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Re: grodt
« Reply #25 on: March 26, 2007, 03:03:26 PM »
damn remember the buzz 50 made with the whole i got shot 9 times thign?!?!?!

in da club, eminem groupies, being signed to aftermath, 9 shots and living and wanksta....certified made.....damn nigga had a golden run of things at that stage

certified made? whazzat?

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« Reply #26 on: March 26, 2007, 03:06:28 PM »
damn remember the buzz 50 made with the whole i got shot 9 times thign?!?!?!

in da club, eminem groupies, being signed to aftermath, 9 shots and living and wanksta....certified made.....damn nigga had a golden run of things at that stage

certified made? whazzat?

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Certified made=career fixed...nigga shaped up for the rest of his life....guarenteed superstar and rich etc haha

all too true

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« Reply #27 on: March 27, 2007, 06:52:27 PM »
I loved GRODT when it came out, but I became smarter :)
Sorry but that's one of the dumbest posts I've ever read on this forum.So if I listen to Talib Kweli or whoever I'm automatically smarter???Okaaaaaaaaaaaaaay ::)

the guy's like 17 now (right?) and was like 14 when GRODT came out.. he was just a kid, and i know because im the same age... i loved GRODT then... although i still love it now, its for a different reason... i used to like it just cuz it was 50 cent, but now i like it cuz it shows talent (imo)... and in oklin's opinion, 50 has no talent... so what?
 

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« Reply #28 on: March 28, 2007, 02:39:22 AM »
^So he started lsitening to "smart" mc's & GRODT automatically becomes a wack album.Hey, that makes so much sense!!! ::)
« Last Edit: March 28, 2007, 02:40:56 AM by UKnowWhatItIs »
 

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« Reply #29 on: March 28, 2007, 09:11:12 AM »
^So he started lsitening to "smart" mc's & GRODT automatically becomes a wack album.Hey, that makes so much sense!!! ::)

cuz talib kweli makes "real" hip-hop, thats undisputed... but what hes saying is 50 cent ISNT real hip-hop, hes a rapper, and thats what he likes: real hip-hip... so, he doesnt like 50

i feel the same way with nelly... used to bump everything of his, then i realized "hey, this guy is just a pop artist... fuck him"
 

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« Reply #30 on: March 29, 2007, 02:14:24 AM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....
 

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« Reply #31 on: March 29, 2007, 01:18:12 PM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".
 

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Re: grodt
« Reply #32 on: March 30, 2007, 10:13:46 AM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


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« Reply #33 on: March 30, 2007, 10:18:46 AM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


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Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.
 

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« Reply #34 on: March 30, 2007, 10:20:04 AM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


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Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.

what do you mean fancy?

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« Reply #35 on: March 30, 2007, 11:29:22 AM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


-T

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.

what do you mean fancy?

-T

well BIG did Hypnotize, he was one of the 1st rappers to guest on a lot of r & b records, and you also have "I Love The Dough" & "Mo Money mo Problems". I think Biggie's sugarcoating was mainly due to Puffy's ifluence, but Biggie did sound better than most over those tracks.

Tanj, I think it's the other way around, B.I.G. would be doing the songs with T.I. & Timberlake, while Pac would probably be another washed up west-coast rapper.
 

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« Reply #36 on: March 30, 2007, 12:44:05 PM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


-T

Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.

what do you mean fancy?

-T

well BIG did Hypnotize, he was one of the 1st rappers to guest on a lot of r & b records, and you also have "I Love The Dough" & "Mo Money mo Problems". I think Biggie's sugarcoating was mainly due to Puffy's ifluence, but Biggie did sound better than most over those tracks.

Tanj, I think it's the other way around, B.I.G. would be doing the songs with T.I. & Timberlake, while Pac would probably be another washed up west-coast rapper.

if Pac looked like Big and Big looked like Pac, that would be the case. but it's all image based, shows make people look how they do based on how attractive they are/marketable etc.

though that's a crazy anterniverse to contemplate.

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« Reply #37 on: March 30, 2007, 12:56:57 PM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....

True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


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Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.

what do you mean fancy?

-T

well BIG did Hypnotize, he was one of the 1st rappers to guest on a lot of r & b records, and you also have "I Love The Dough" & "Mo Money mo Problems". I think Biggie's sugarcoating was mainly due to Puffy's ifluence, but Biggie did sound better than most over those tracks.

Tanj, I think it's the other way around, B.I.G. would be doing the songs with T.I. & Timberlake, while Pac would probably be another washed up west-coast rapper.

if Pac looked like Big and Big looked like Pac, that would be the case. but it's all image based, shows make people look how they do based on how attractive they are/marketable etc.

though that's a crazy anterniverse to contemplate.

-T

I dunno, Pun was very popular, Fat Joe, E-40 still is mainstream, and there's plenty other ugly mofo's rappin in the mainstream right now. Big was just that special that I feel like he would still be mainstream, still selling records.
 

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« Reply #38 on: March 30, 2007, 12:57:50 PM »
thats hipocrit, cause you know, its about the music, not the rapper, this personal stuff is trash, its about the product you buy, and you dont buy the rapper, but his cd, if thats good, fuckthe whole rapper, i rather buy a dope record of a wack personality then a trash album of a cool dude....
did pun, e 40, ANY of those dudes blow up in 05/06/07? nah. I'm saying if they were coming up in the game now

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True, everybody takes it personal and picks sides in beefs as if they were actually involved. But every body listens to G-Unit one way or another, most on this board just don't want to admit because they thinks it makes them less "hip-hop".

it's cause of MTV and reality TV. BET, VH1

people think they know the artist and they pass a judgment. all that shit boils down to who's hot, you know? it's stupid shit. but Biggie never would have blown up in today's environment. he'd be portrayed as a fat unlikable criminal while Tupac would be encouraged to do songs with T.I. and Timberlake. it's good that they weren't around for this, but perhaps it wouldn't be like this with them around....


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Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the slaying of two rappers has really changed anything about the music industry on a whole. It just made the rap fans more sceptical than they already were by the time Biggie started making fancy songs. He was good at it, but it sure was fancy.

what do you mean fancy?

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well BIG did Hypnotize, he was one of the 1st rappers to guest on a lot of r & b records, and you also have "I Love The Dough" & "Mo Money mo Problems". I think Biggie's sugarcoating was mainly due to Puffy's ifluence, but Biggie did sound better than most over those tracks.

Tanj, I think it's the other way around, B.I.G. would be doing the songs with T.I. & Timberlake, while Pac would probably be another washed up west-coast rapper.

if Pac looked like Big and Big looked like Pac, that would be the case. but it's all image based, shows make people look how they do based on how attractive they are/marketable etc.

though that's a crazy anterniverse to contemplate.

-T

I dunno, Pun was very popular, Fat Joe, E-40 still is mainstream, and there's plenty other ugly mofo's rappin in the mainstream right now. Big was just that special that I feel like he would still be mainstream, still selling records.

 
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