RESPECT THE GREATS: Shintaro Kago the Guro God

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Romulus Numa : So far the best video you've made this year.

Iker Bravo : Ok. It was fine and original af, now you have my interest in this guy. Now I would like a "normal" analysis in depth plss

Sayrrin : Main channel content. In all seriousness I like that you found a way to incorporate your raps, your main content, and cool editing. His art may not be my thing, but I agree with the message here.

Drawin Stuff : I ... really liked this Video. it was diffrent and it gave me a fuzzy warm feeling inside my belly. Also I now wanna check this mangaka out and/or vomit

Pocket Mac : you really outdid yourself this time, digi.

The Goat : Nice to see your rap on the main channel.

Zeemod155 : This was a lot of digibro all at once. That sure is what that was.

jminkey : I love the beat, but rapping an informational video is just about one of the corniest things possible.

Michael Weed : Personally I prefer just talking but this was interesting

David Hayes : Whew. We're going down the rabbit hole with this one.

99legion : Hmmmm, I want some of these blown up to poster size. I'll frame them and send them to people I hate

OhmicFoamy : That was pretty cool in terms of how well actually displaying this guys work was mixed in with the rap, and I think it probably served pretty well to accentuate the sheer scale & pace that one bit with the manga that turns 3d gets weird. The bit about being aggressive with being yourself until it permeates culture seemed relevant in general too. (Rhyming idea with ideas and here with here though..)

William Rosenberg : That's gonna be a yikes from me

Toasty Waffles : What

Mr. Kobayashi : guro means grotesque not gore.

Luc Taylor : I'm respectin'

TheOnlyRoggol : appreciate you trying something new, buuut it's not my thing.

modalisk : Digi has reached maximum pretentiousness

5T4N1 : yikes

Pelops : I made a presentation in school abour Shintarou Kago. Imagine the faces of the other students

Mulliboom : Digi finally snapped and took the final step towards the bottomless pit of insanity. His best content is coming.

CHICKENMCBIGBOI : Digi please save the more abrasive obnoxious delivery when ur trying to say something funny and not just delivering analysis. Also refrain from using larger words if you're trying to rap faster because it sounds pretty awkward when it doesn't rhyme properly with the following line. I enjoyed the production tho and I think this is an interesting and unique idea.

T nug : Ooh boy these coments are shit, but really, more of this and keep trying new things, your channel has been 10 times more interesting since new year

Doujin ASMR : Bad raps about some terrifying fetish that not even I can get behind. I’m out

Zelario960 : I didn't care for it but I respect you for putting yourself out there like that, that takes balls.

Nicholise Smithbobjunior : Digi pls. Im subbed to your turntable channel. Im glad your trying to rap, but i dont want it. I do want your anime content.

Type-moon Fag : As long as it ain't guro hentai and we keep it at the guro that's fine

Heoder : Finally putting this kinda shit on the main channel, great!

Brian Linden : I've definitely heard worse rap, but just straight-up rapping an analysis video is about as cringey as it gets. It reminds me of one of those educational videos that tries to be "hip with the kids" by making some cartoon dog with sunglasses rap the message, and completely misses the point. I'm not opposed to making a rap INSPIRED by great artists that you appreciate, but that needs to be more about the theme of the piece, not just writing an analysis piece to a beat.

Guido Gucci : Digi is back guys, I knew we were saying the same about a month ago but..... damn, my boi is really back. This is one of the best videos you've made, period. It's great to see you improve in channeling your influences in a fresh original way while being undoubtedly in the style of digibro (jessy, frankjav and your other experimental favourites). Let weed digi have his weed, he's doing just fine as he is right now. His name is ConRAD not Conrad.

Scarfum Munchum : When an ani-tuber has bars

Jans6ever : The concept of all this ''fashionable paranoia'' and body horror is cool and im glad it exist... but i think i can survive not checking out this guy's work.

yamerofuzoku : Would have preffered you put this on Digibro's Turntable. Since I dint really care about your musical content which is why im subbed to this channel and not that one

Uli Troyo : Digi at his best. 10/10.

Whitexican1301 : cool but cringe

Nero : This shit was great.

M.C Zandogg : I.....I like it.

Lunaras : Background music is too much in the foreground. Can't even hear the lyrics of most of it.

Ryan Jones : Good to see experimentation- getting completely sick of Youtube analysis videos, even if you have the easiest best of the Anime community. I used to look so hard for that sort of content, it was such a surprise to see it, but now it's everywhere.

McChunky : You are the Aesop Rock of weebs

Mechanical Violator Yazan of Green Gables : NO THANK YOU

SilentRemedies : that was weird

ruolbu : Gotta be honest. That Question at the end, "like the way I rap?", right, in this video I do not, no. That's why I wanna ask. What makes you decide on that monotonic style? During the end card another song of you plays which features a style of rapping I like a lot. As best as I can describe it, during the video your singing emphasizes every word nearly the same which sounds robotic. During the end card instead your voice as up and downs, which I prefer as it sounds more natural to me. So as a rapper, what makes you go for the former style, you used in this video? (I loved the video though, brilliant way of expressing these thoughts.)

weirdy8 : Can't say i've been a fan of your recent output after the Shinkai vid, but this was a great way to come back. I've never been a fan of Guro, but Kago injects this element of cartoonish delight into his work that it makes the gore both humorous and educational. It's like watching a live dissection through a kaleidoscope after sniffing pixie stix.

fange 64 : I love this K-dot song

Taber Minich : Honestly, the lyricism in your rap isn’t up to par for composing a quality analysis. Maybe it would be if you didn’t churn it out in a day and took a little more time to word it better.

Eliomi : *"When all is said and done"* was the first Shintaro Kago story I read. To this day, I still burst out laughing every time I remember the title because it's so fitting. The idea of Kago trying to think of something original and bizarre, something that has never been done before, and coming up with THAT is fucking hilarious.

Slug Kingsly : Someone's been spending too much time with Jess.

Hermes Rodrigues : Yeah I think you found the path to evolve analysis on YouTube Digi. Some people seem to think that deeper and deeper analysis is the way to go but if you don't know about the academic discourse around a show there is only a certain depth that can be reached when covering it. Pause and Select exists for that and nobody is even near him when it comes to sheer depth. Instead analysis has to become more creative and artsy. But still it would be cool to have you explain his story and stuff after the music, I mean I want to know more about him now!

MAN_CHiLD : I had no clue that you were in to rap. Love it