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Started by gio™fugahoo - Last post by Sccit

just wanna let every1 know i caught the corona virus and it sucked.....

im better now tho

Started by romson19 - Last post by D-TalkX

You really wrote a response and bitched about me asking everyone to stay safe??? Someone offers you well wishes and you complain? Eat a dick you pussy. I'm not a millennial, I want the best for everyone. I've been on this forum a long ass time - we're from all over the world and I don't know what everyone on here is dealing with therefore I offered well wishes. Get bent, grow up, read a book and educate yourself. So many people have died from Covid and so many more people are dealing with systemic racism in America....so yeah stay safe.


Thanks for posting this interview, I really enjoyed it.

Fuck Donald Trump!

Everyone stay safe out there! I hope the word finally sees some positive change.

Stay safe?  Safe from what?  A virus that may affect a small percentage of elderly nursing home residents but to most is no different than the flu?  Or stay safe from an isolated incident of police brutality Minneapolis amidst a country of 400,000 million people that is the size of 30 European countries put together?

You are all sheeple.  Instead of reminding people to "be safe" millennials should be reminded not to be pussies--stop locking down and give healthy, hard working folks back their freedoms.

Started by Infinite Trapped in 1996 - Last post by Infinite Trapped in 1996

Magically, COVID-19 (the "deadly" disease that has killed less than 1% of the world's population) isn't an issue anymore since the protests began. Funny how that works.

Starting a race war is now juicier for the politicians and mainstream media.

perhaps, but all the regulations are mostly still there and don't seem to be leaving anytime soon.  You still can't even so much as go see a Little League baseball game in most places around the country and most businesses are either closed or operating with at 50% capacity with two hands tied behind their back--indefinitely.

If people want to protest something they should protest this prison planet, business closures, lockdowns, and stay at home orders.  That's affecting the entire world--rather than an incident in a city in Minnesota amidst a country of 400 million that could fit 30 European nations inside of it.

Started by gio™fugahoo - Last post by Infinite Trapped in 1996

good song but rappers need to be taking a stronger stance against the government tyranny that is going on right now, government tryna tell us when we can and can't leave home and control our health and safety.. that is government tyranny on a scale never

You can leave your home at any time. Certain public places are closed down but that’s not the same as not being able to leave your home.

Listen hear sheeple... you can't even go to a fuckin Little League baseball game these days and Salon owners are being fined 40,000 dollars and threatened jail time for trying to cut hair.  Some cities are on lockdown and I just came back to America from a country that had 24 hour lockdown and arrests for leaving your apartment or not wearing a mask.  If you don't think this is tyranny on a local and global scale then you are a sheeple.  And you weak cause you scared of a virus with less than 1% fatality rate. 

Started by Okka - Last post by Infinite Trapped in 1996

all I can say is thank god Detox never came out if Akon was heavily involved.

the real question is whether it would have been worse than Compton.

Compton was incredible, up to Dre's gold standard, and an instant classic.  Thought you knew...

Started by romson19 - Last post by Infinite Trapped in 1996

Thanks for posting this interview, I really enjoyed it.

Fuck Donald Trump!

Everyone stay safe out there! I hope the word finally sees some positive change.

Stay safe?  Safe from what?  A virus that may affect a small percentage of elderly nursing home residents but to most is no different than the flu?  Or stay safe from an isolated incident of police brutality Minneapolis amidst a country of 400,000 million people that is the size of 30 European countries put together?

You are all sheeple.  Instead of reminding people to "be safe" millennials should be reminded not to be pussies--stop locking down and give healthy, hard working folks back their freedoms.

Started by Tha Crip - Last post by k1000

2 days ago, Shag Diggler posted a file with 4 Aftermath beats, Detox era. Was the post deleted?

file is here: https://wi.to/5fbefb22cff5322c

Started by Sccit - Last post by The Predator

Love cruising to Eihts tunes in the summer, hope this one got some smooth jazzy jams.

Started by Sccit - Last post by Sandeep14

I wish some artists would be more consistent with their tracklistings.  He has "Tha Chill CMW" on some songs, and just "Tha Chill" on another.  Plus, I think it is missing the word 'of'.  Generally prefer it when they just put the artist name instead of 'of [enter group/band]', but I understand why they do this.

Otherwise, excited for this.

Started by romson19 - Last post by The Predator

N.W.A. are back! Well kinda...

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George Floyd: Streams of NWA's 'Fuck Tha Police' up 270% amid police brutality protests

Tracks by Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino and Killer Mike are also experiencing a resurgence in popularity as protesters use them as anti-racism anthems

NWA’s 1988 anti-police brutality anthem “Fuck Tha Police” has seen a huge jump in streams as it becomes one of several songs used by Black Lives Matter protesters.

The track saw a 272 per cent increase in on-demand audio streams between 27 May to 1 June, compared to the previous five days.

The statistics were compiled by Alpha Data, the analytics provider used for Rolling Stone’s song and album charts.

Other tracks, including Childish Gambino’s Grammy-winning “This is America” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright”, are also experiencing a resurgence in popularity in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer.

“Fuck Tha Police” saw its main surge on Sunday 31 May and Monday 1 June. It previously experienced a resurgence in August 2015 during the Ferguson protests over the shooting of Michael Brown.

Childish Gambino, the artistic moniker of musician and actor Donald Glover, went viral on TikTok last month when teenagers began incorporating it into videos about racial inequality.

Other tracks experiencing fresh waves of popularity include Kendrick Lamar’s anthem “Alright”, Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power”, Killer Mike’s “Don’t Die”, and Beyoncé’s “Freedom”.

This week, a protest outside the White House saw thousands of citizens sing the late Bill Withers classic “Lean on Me”.

Protests continue to take place across virtually all major cities in the US and around the world over racism and police brutality.

N.W.A.s reply to the warning letter for that song was equally wicked -



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