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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #50 on: November 13, 2008, 06:55:21 PM »
this could eventually be classified as a down south classic but not an overall in my opinion..

this whole cd has nothin that even comes close to down south music..i have no idea where that comment came from..did u listen to the same cd as me?
 

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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #51 on: November 13, 2008, 06:56:55 PM »
this could eventually be classified as a down south classic but not an overall in my opinion..

this whole cd has nothin that even comes close to down south music..i have no idea where that comment came from..did u listen to the same cd as me?
"down south classic" doesn't mean the music itself has to have a "south" sound to it dude..T.I. is from the south and that specific region may eventually consider this album to be a classic..not good enough to have all 4-5 coasts consider it a classic, but one coast where the artist is from (south) may consider it to be..
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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #52 on: November 13, 2008, 06:58:28 PM »
this could eventually be classified as a down south classic but not an overall in my opinion..

this whole cd has nothin that even comes close to down south music..i have no idea where that comment came from..did u listen to the same cd as me?
"down south classic" doesn't mean the music itself has to have a "south" sound to it dude..T.I. is from the south and that specific region may eventually consider this album to be a classic..not good enough to have all 4-5 coasts consider it a classic, but one coast where the artist is from (south) may consider it to be..

Shouldn't a "Down South Classic" be strictly Dirty dirty?

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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #53 on: November 13, 2008, 06:59:55 PM »
this could eventually be classified as a down south classic but not an overall in my opinion..

this whole cd has nothin that even comes close to down south music..i have no idea where that comment came from..did u listen to the same cd as me?
"down south classic" doesn't mean the music itself has to have a "south" sound to it dude..T.I. is from the south and that specific region may eventually consider this album to be a classic..not good enough to have all 4-5 coasts consider it a classic, but one coast where the artist is from (south) may consider it to be..

Shouldn't a "Down South Classic" be strictly Dirty dirty?
no, the music itself doesn't have to have any specific sound for the artists' own town to consider it a personal classic to them..T.I. is from the south and no matter what "sound" the album has, the music is generally going to be more appreciated in his home region because naturally, that's where most of his fans reside.
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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #54 on: November 13, 2008, 08:30:02 PM »
Man Paper Trail is a great album on any coast imo. It is a great all around album.
 

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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #55 on: November 13, 2008, 10:35:41 PM »
With tracks like Live Your Life; Whatever You Like; Porn Star; and Swing Ya Rag?
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« Reply #56 on: November 15, 2008, 06:30:41 AM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

since when did rolling stones opinion on hip hop mean jack shit.
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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #57 on: November 15, 2008, 08:48:37 AM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

since when did rolling stones opinion on hip hop mean jack shit.
either way, trap muzik is a classic.
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« Reply #58 on: November 15, 2008, 09:59:22 AM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

Trap Muzik def isn't a classic, and def not the #95 greatest Hip Hop album of all time.  It's not the same universe as Paid In Full, The Chronic, Illmatic, 3 Feet High and Rising, Low End Theory, 36 chambers, Doggystyle, etc etc.  He simply got mention because Hip Hop has mostly been pure ass in the last several years and they try to include something recent so younger and newer fans will pick up their mag.  Pretty sure RS also said Weezy is the goat or some shit.
 

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« Reply #59 on: November 15, 2008, 10:24:03 AM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

Trap Muzik def isn't a classic, and def not the #95 greatest Hip Hop album of all time.  It's not the same universe as Paid In Full, The Chronic, Illmatic, 3 Feet High and Rising, Low End Theory, 36 chambers, Doggystyle, etc etc.  He simply got mention because Hip Hop has mostly been pure ass in the last several years and they try to include something recent so younger and newer fans will pick up their mag.  Pretty sure RS also said Weezy is the goat or some shit.

I gotta agree with you there. Its a very good album, but I can't play it all the way through, that is a definition of a classic.

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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #60 on: November 15, 2008, 11:40:22 AM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

Trap Muzik def isn't a classic, and def not the #95 greatest Hip Hop album of all time.  It's not the same universe as Paid In Full, The Chronic, Illmatic, 3 Feet High and Rising, Low End Theory, 36 chambers, Doggystyle, etc etc.  He simply got mention because Hip Hop has mostly been pure ass in the last several years and they try to include something recent so younger and newer fans will pick up their mag.  Pretty sure RS also said Weezy is the goat or some shit.

I gotta agree with you there. Its a very good album, but I can't play it all the way through, that is a definition of a classic.

it can be a down south classic. ;)
 

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Re: T.I. - Paper Trail classic???
« Reply #61 on: November 15, 2008, 04:21:22 PM »
I don't agree. The first album is great and I was just listening to Red Light District, which has 2 or 3 filler tracks. Same can be said for Release Therapy and I have to peep Chicken N Beer again. T.I. has preety much the same discography, King is considered his 2nd best album and that has 2,3 filler and I've never really listened to Trap Muzik (will do that soon).
I hated Chicken N Beer, lol..Release Therapy started off sick and finished well but i didn't like the middle part of that album..woah at the bold..considered his best album..rolling stone just dubbed it a classic and #95 greatest (rap?) album of all time..

Trap Muzik def isn't a classic, and def not the #95 greatest Hip Hop album of all time.  It's not the same universe as Paid In Full, The Chronic, Illmatic, 3 Feet High and Rising, Low End Theory, 36 chambers, Doggystyle, etc etc.  He simply got mention because Hip Hop has mostly been pure ass in the last several years and they try to include something recent so younger and newer fans will pick up their mag.  Pretty sure RS also said Weezy is the goat or some shit.

I gotta agree with you there. Its a very good album, but I can't play it all the way through, that is a definition of a classic.
that's not true. i can listen from top to bottom. but that's your opinion homie.
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