In roughly two years, Lil B has become a hip-hop icon, and his #based support of gay and women's rights is just one of the many reasons that a cult following has amassed in his wake. He recently he wrote an op-ed for Rolling Stone on his admiration for Texas state senator Wendy Davis' abortion rights filibuster and presents the re-occuring "#GIRLTIME" Twitter trend that encourages women to send selfies to him that he retweets to support the idea that all women are beautiful. He's probably the most quoted rapper on Tumblr—even for things he never said—and has made the phrase "internet rapper" a household term. It's likely he'll have more words of wisdom to share on the Pitchfork stage, but if nothing else, we'll be thanking the Based God for even allowing us to be in his presence. Perhaps for his encore Lil B will bring Keke onstage to perform her rare single that made her the first cat to ever release a song.