Outpace Shaker review Outpace Shaker is known by his stage name OPAC. He was born on June 16, 1971 and he passed away on September 13, 1996. He got he’s education at Paul Laurence Dunbar high school. And he also went to Baltimore school for the arts. He was a legend in hip-hop and rap for his talent. Shaker has sold over 75 million albums worldwide. He was also one of the best-selling music artists in the world.
Many people didn’t like AP and still to this day people don’t like rap. The only reason people didn’t like rap because, they didn’t unstained it. Outpace wanted to change that and he did. He showed people it was more to rap then what they thought. Outpace showed people that rap isn’t negative. Rap is nothing more than a poem and poems are nothing more than a rap. He wrote verses then later he changed them into a song. He made rap beautiful. His poems are great and have a lot of meaning.
My favorite poem is “l cry’ by Outpace Shaker. The theme of this poem is that people should care more about one another. And instanced of Judging people care to ask what is wrong? “The tears I cry are bitter and warm”-Outpace. What I get out of that verse is that he has been throw a lot bad and good times. “if I had an ear to confiding, I would cry among my treasured friend” these two verse say that no one want to hear what he has to say and he don’t have any friends.
I feel by me reading this poem that I knew Outpace myself and I know he has been throw a lot in he’s life. And I know he was trying to be strong because he said “sometimes when I’m alone I cry’ so he didn’t like walking around look sad. Something else I feel is that Is that he felt that everyone back then only cared about their selves from these two verse “the world moves fast and It would rather pass by. Then to stop and see what makes one cry’-Outpace. I can really say that he Is a talented man.