Music doesn't have to be complicated or have deep lyrics. The human brain enjoys rhythm. Basic rhythms are the most accessible for large audiences. It's not a book, it's a song. A song doesn't need to be meaningful. Instrumental music is proof of that.
I don't really like Lil Pump, but let's not pretend that every song has to be extremely intellectual.
Only liking "smart" music just comes off as boring and pretentious. I'd rather listen to fun and silly music. Not everything has to be super serious all the time. >>1788
Immortal Technique rubs me the wrong way. It sounds like he's trying way too hard to sound smart and well-versed in political issues when really it's just mediocrity dressed up with a thesaurus. Reminds me of Rage Against The Machine or Banksy. Political issues summed up in overly-simplified sound bites that sound good to dilettantes.