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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #25 on: July 08, 2008, 11:46:55 PM »
The two are so different they can't be compared.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #26 on: July 09, 2008, 12:02:18 AM »
The main simularity is that right now Weezy's peak has him at the top of the rap game. Very few rappers reach their peak and are on top. Jay-Z in 2001, Ice Cube in 1992, 2Pac in 1996, Eminem in 2000, Rakim in 1988 and 50 Cent in 2003 are few examples of people being at their best and being at the top. Weezy is running 2008, and it's not close. That's were it all stops, though Weezy is the first big number one to truly run the game and that hasn't happened since 50 Cent messed up with Piggy Bank. Since 2005, no one except TI has truly had a hold on the game, and TI wasn't at that level that you need to be to run the game like Weezy is. I am not a Weezy fan, but his at a level right now with connecting with the fans of his generation that it's at that level. Now I have yet to ever see 2Pac level, Hov fans seemed to be more casual give me club banger fans, Em fans were angry teens and his the closest I've seen to 2Pac level, but 'Pac had fans ready to go to war on his orders. Weezy connects with this generation like no one else. IMO, TI is the best emcee today, Kanye is the best pure artist today, but Weezy just connects with people and to not see it is to be out of touch with Hip-Hop today.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #27 on: July 09, 2008, 06:05:04 AM »
TI is the best MC 2day ^^?? :laugh:

was that a joke??

i can find 15 better rappers in the mainstream alone better than him

people only like TI's swag and how he talks..you know it

Nigga is below average and i cant believe how overrated dude is
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #28 on: July 09, 2008, 06:13:02 AM »
TI is the best MC 2day ^^?? :laugh:

was that a joke??

i can find 15 better rappers in the mainstream alone better than him

people only like TI's swag and how he talks..you know it

Nigga is below average and i cant believe how overrated dude is

name them. I don't consider Common, Jay or Nas when saying that, and in the mainstream we get Young Geezy and Soulha Boy. Name your 15, they ain't even 15 out.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #29 on: July 09, 2008, 10:12:05 AM »
^well if you count just right now, then chamillionaire is better. game is definatly better.

how cant we count jay, nas, cube, etc.?
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #30 on: July 09, 2008, 10:31:57 AM »
^well if you count just right now, then chamillionaire is better. game is definatly better.

how cant we count jay, nas, cube, etc.?

with Chamillionaire and Game, they are up there, but I still put TI on top.

Nas, Cube, Jay, Common, and other old school artist are not of this generation. They are of the Gangsta Rap and Bling Era's, and even though we are in the Hip-Hop is Dead Era, Nas is more of an elder than a defining member today. Like Jay, Jay defined the Bling Era, he was not the best rapper of that generation, Nas was, he wasn't the best artist, Eminem was, but Jay-Z was the definition of what it was to be a Bling Era emcee. In the Gangsta Rap Era, Cube was heavy then, 4 albums, an EP and the only westcoast artist to get 5 mics. He is more a member of the Gangsta Rap Era than today's era.

Today is 50 Cent, Game, Kanye West, TI, Soulja Boy, T-Pain and Akon. This is what people are listening to now. I'm 27, there's no way I'm old, as many of these artist are older than me, BUT being a Hip-Hop fan for a long time I can see the change, and realize my favorite times are past, and it's what the kids like today. I was home in Cali a couple weeks ago, and my little cousin got my phone and was going through the songs I had on there. He was like what is this, and I looked and saw a Jay-Z song, so I was like that's Jay-Z, without a delay dude came and said "you have something that's NOT 10 years old." He wanted T-Pain, Akon, he liked the Certified song I got with G. Malone but didn't like the Mix tape 'cause Glasses had too many old school beats. This is a new era, the same as Snoop was in the early 90's, 50 Cent is today, times have changed.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #31 on: July 09, 2008, 10:36:24 AM »
^well if you count just right now, then chamillionaire is better. game is definatly better.

how cant we count jay, nas, cube, etc.?

with Chamillionaire and Game, they are up there, but I still put TI on top.

Nas, Cube, Jay, Common, and other old school artist are not of this generation. They are of the Gangsta Rap and Bling Era's, and even though we are in the Hip-Hop is Dead Era, Nas is more of an elder than a defining member today. Like Jay, Jay defined the Bling Era, he was not the best rapper of that generation, Nas was, he wasn't the best artist, Eminem was, but Jay-Z was the definition of what it was to be a Bling Era emcee. In the Gangsta Rap Era, Cube was heavy then, 4 albums, an EP and the only westcoast artist to get 5 mics. He is more a member of the Gangsta Rap Era than today's era.

Today is 50 Cent, Game, Kanye West, TI, Soulja Boy, T-Pain and Akon. This is what people are listening to now. I'm 27, there's no way I'm old, as many of these artist are older than me, BUT being a Hip-Hop fan for a long time I can see the change, and realize my favorite times are past, and it's what the kids like today. I was home in Cali a couple weeks ago, and my little cousin got my phone and was going through the songs I had on there. He was like what is this, and I looked and saw a Jay-Z song, so I was like that's Jay-Z, without a delay dude came and said "you have something that's NOT 10 years old." He wanted T-Pain, Akon, he liked the Certified song I got with G. Malone but didn't like the Mix tape 'cause Glasses had too many old school beats. This is a new era, the same as Snoop was in the early 90's, 50 Cent is today, times have changed.

your spot on with the rest...but how is T.I. better than Game and Chamillionaire? they're both just flat out better MC's.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #32 on: July 09, 2008, 11:30:35 AM »
wayne got that nigga addicted 2 coke like he is and now he's talking out of his fucking mind
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #33 on: July 09, 2008, 01:29:13 PM »
Wayne should never be compared to 2Pac.  2Pac had substance in his rhymes.  Like the dude said above, Pac had fans ready to ride for the cause and they didn't even know him.  Perfect example was the "West/East coast" beef.  The majority of Pac's songs had a story in it or was saying something worth listening to.  Wayne is pretty much all punchlines.  W/O the beats his songs are very average.  This QD3 fellow is just trying to hype his product but he went over the deep edge with the Lil Wayne/ Pac comparison.
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #34 on: July 09, 2008, 05:38:54 PM »
weezy isnt in his prime right now... that was 05
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #35 on: July 09, 2008, 06:46:01 PM »
thats sad
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #36 on: July 09, 2008, 06:51:39 PM »
wayne got that nigga addicted 2 coke like he is and now he's talking out of his fucking mind

hahaha
 

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Re: Producer Qd3 Calls Weezy “The Tupac Of This Generation” (LMAO)
« Reply #37 on: July 10, 2008, 01:00:34 PM »
^well if you count just right now, then chamillionaire is better. game is definatly better.

how cant we count jay, nas, cube, etc.?

with Chamillionaire and Game, they are up there, but I still put TI on top.

Nas, Cube, Jay, Common, and other old school artist are not of this generation. They are of the Gangsta Rap and Bling Era's, and even though we are in the Hip-Hop is Dead Era, Nas is more of an elder than a defining member today. Like Jay, Jay defined the Bling Era, he was not the best rapper of that generation, Nas was, he wasn't the best artist, Eminem was, but Jay-Z was the definition of what it was to be a Bling Era emcee. In the Gangsta Rap Era, Cube was heavy then, 4 albums, an EP and the only westcoast artist to get 5 mics. He is more a member of the Gangsta Rap Era than today's era.

Today is 50 Cent, Game, Kanye West, TI, Soulja Boy, T-Pain and Akon. This is what people are listening to now. I'm 27, there's no way I'm old, as many of these artist are older than me, BUT being a Hip-Hop fan for a long time I can see the change, and realize my favorite times are past, and it's what the kids like today. I was home in Cali a couple weeks ago, and my little cousin got my phone and was going through the songs I had on there. He was like what is this, and I looked and saw a Jay-Z song, so I was like that's Jay-Z, without a delay dude came and said "you have something that's NOT 10 years old." He wanted T-Pain, Akon, he liked the Certified song I got with G. Malone but didn't like the Mix tape 'cause Glasses had too many old school beats. This is a new era, the same as Snoop was in the early 90's, 50 Cent is today, times have changed.

your spot on with the rest...but how is T.I. better than Game and Chamillionaire? they're both just flat out better MC's.

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