Author Topic: After hearing this album I am strongly convinced of who is the best on the WEST  (Read 1976 times)

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the album was aiight but there is most definatly better albums out there right now... and it ain't Daz' best one

but Soopafly DPGC it looks like you may have some competetion  ;D
 

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R.A.W. & Retaliation, Revenge, and Get Back= Daz's best solo efforts


 

DazDilly

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Sorry but Young Maylay is not a legit contender in this, he does not have any solo album, only a mixtape, so it's almost like he is nothing kind of.

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I'd post my thoughts about this but it's hard to take you seriously.
 

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It's hard to take me seriously because it's my opinion, which also happens to be the truth, or it's hard to take it serious that no rapper can drop a better album?
 

Soopafly DPGC

Post reviews of every track Daz has made.  Prove to us you've listened to every song Daz has ever made and that is what convinced you that he is the best.
 

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I don't have that much time *lol* but I can do a track by track review of maybe Only On The Leftside.

To be honest I can't say that I have heard EVERY song that Daz has ever recorded, there is un-released material and features. I also do not listen to EVERY album that frequently as I do with Only On The Leftside, Gangsta Party, and So So Gangsta.
 

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Sorry but Young Maylay is not a legit contender in this, he does not have any solo album, only a mixtape, so it's almost like he is nothing kind of.

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But his mixtape is better than Daz's album doesn't that tell you something
 

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I also do not listen to EVERY album that frequently as I do with Only On The Leftside, Gangsta Party, and So So Gangsta.
And you still think why people don't take you seriously?

Old Daz features on Kurupts solo albums are better than these new albums.
 

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There is no mixtape that is better than any album. Mixtapes don't count for anything on an artist's resume. Next...

And yes Daz did murder those guest spots on Kurupt's albums, he outshined him most of the time. Especially 2000 and on.
 

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Yes. And not to forget DPGC: U Know What I'm Throwin' Up. That was his last good record.

"Only On The Left Side" is a good album, "So So Gangsta" is great too
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Thank you, somebody has some sense in here.
 

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And yes Daz did murder those guest spots on Kurupt's albums, he outshined him most of the time. Especially 2000 and on.
What?  ::)
 

Soopafly DPGC

To be honest I can't say that I have heard EVERY song that Daz has ever recorded, there is un-released material and features. I also do not listen to EVERY album that frequently as I do with Only On The Leftside, Gangsta Party, and So So Gangsta.

So when you say you think Daz is the best, you are only referring to these last couple albums, because, as you admitted, you have not heard much of Daz's early stuff, other than an occasional listen of one of his older albums?  As you know, Daz's style has changed greatly since 95, so you are a fan of Daz's newer style from the last couple years, rather then his style from the mid/late 90's?
 

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If mixtapes don't count for anything why do artist bother to put them out

 

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I have heard ALL of Daz's solo efforts, more than once for the record, but as of late I have been listening to more of his newer stuff, and my point is that these other artists on the West, their new shit all sucks. But not Daz though. That's why I praise his new material more so than old, people are stuck in the past and then find themselves over-rating older albums, and not appreciating what great music they sleep on in the new era. Mixtapes are put out by artists who have nothing better to do with their time and they need to rely on them because they can't stay relevant with a quality album. Why do you think Daz only drops great albums every year or so, and no mixtapes?

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i liked the album its not his best, but it aint his worse some very nice tracks on it, it was just a pitty half of them had leaked ages ago
 

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And for those who are misunderstanding me, Daz is not the best rapper ever or of all time. Of course, just in the last few years. Especially on the West Coast.
 

Soopafly DPGC

So did you feel Daz's album Gangsta Crunk was a good westcoast classic album?
 

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Classic, no not in a million years. Dope and innovative? Very.
 

Soopafly DPGC

I see, so it was innovative because he was bringing the south sound to the west?  So you still bump that album on a fairly regular basis?  What are some dope tracks from that album?

Also, so you feel Daz is the best because he doesn't drop mixtapes, only albums?  Or is it the quality of his songs that you like?  I haven't heard you talk about any songs in particular that make you feel he is the best.  Can you give us, say, your top 10 or 20 Daz songs from these last few years?
 

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I don't listen to Gangsta Crunk on a fairly regular basis but I might throw it in once and awhile. You hit the nail on the head because these other rappers were scared to do something different, but Daz was the first one to really experiment with it and have a Cali-Crunk sound, and now you see these other rappers trying to copy that swag.

When I get an opprotunity I'll have to post some of my favorite tracks ever by Daz.
 

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. Why do you think Daz only drops great albums every year or so, and no mixtapes?

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Daz has dropped mixtapes with DJ Whoo Kid in the past and is about to drop 1 with DJ Drama, so why does he drop mixtapes?
 

Soopafly DPGC

So what Daz albums do you bump on a regular basis?  I'm trying to figure out why you think Daz is the best on the west.  He was great, he's now average at best.  I've bought a lot of his newer albums, mainly due to the Soopafly guest spots, and I enjoy only a couple of the songs on his newer albums.  I find myself liking about 3 or 4 songs on each of his albums.  But the majority of his songs these days don't have that westcoast feel anymore.  Some do, most don't.  

Me being a Soopafly fan, when called out, I can call out about 20 or 30 great Soopafly songs at any time.  You can't even give me 20 great Daz songs without having to get back to me later.  I'm not hating or anything, I would just like to know what songs you are using as your reference points.  Maybe I have overlooked them.  Many of Daz's tracks feel rushed and uninspired to me.  I think he released 4 or 5 albums last year.  And he releases multiple albums on a yearly basis.  Flooding the market with songs does not equal success.  True, it makes it easy to find 20 good songs when there are 300 songs out there, but percentage-wise, that's not very good.  Daz has released a lot of garbage tracks the last few years too.  He's not as consistant as other west coast rappers in my humble view.
 

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My thang is this, when Daz drops a new album every time and it's really that good, you best believe I will listen to it on a daily basis for just about the remainder of the year or even longer. I have listened to Only On The Leftside everyday since it dropped, and every single track on it is pure perfection. It all sounds just as fresh and new everytime that I hear it. My personal favorites on that album are... well, literally the entire CD. Lyrics, flow, delivery, punchlines, tone, mood, energy, are all up... and on top of that, the production, mixing, and mastering are just utterly impeccable, and it is truly the work of a pure genius.

The same goes with Gangsta Party, when that hit stores, I bumped it all winter and pretty much most of the songs on it until Only On The Leftside. The reason I love that album is because there is unity from all over, and in particular the Bay Area. The production was very consistant and had a very thorogh sound. I loved "Gettin' Money" the most out of all the beautifully constructed tracks on that disc.

I don't have time to sit here and list out every single track from every album Daz has dropped, because as everybody knows he has quite a grocery list of a catalog, so on a rainy day I will have to do something similar to that you did with Soopafly, because I skimmed through your posts and saw what you were referring to, except I will not go as far to do 100+ songs *lolol*
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