Now that’s the stuff I grew up on, although my weird taste ranged from B,S & T to Chicago, Santana, Buddy Holly, Rickie Valens, The Who, and all those, PLUS The Kingston Trio, The Buckinghams, … oh heck! I liked everything Rock n’ Roll, some Country & Western (although I wasn’t too keen on those singers with a lot of “nasal” to their voice ), and just about every kind of music EXCEPT Rap! I remember the first time my son asked me to listen to a rap song. Now I’ve heard of ballads where the singer speaks the first few lines of the story and then goes into the singing, but with this song I was standing there waiting for the “singer” to actually start singing - which never happened! When it was over my grandson asked me how I liked it. I asked him, “Is there something wrong with this guy’s voice that he can’t sing?” My grandson laughed and to me that this was rap. All they do is talk in a beat. As I turned around I said, “Well, some of his lyrics were okay, some didn’t make any sense at all, and overall… I don’t like it at all!” I have listened to music from all over the world and the only thing I can’t stand is rap… and a few songs from West Virginia where the singers do more yelling than singing.