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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.
 

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^exactly. Many great albums would go unnoticed if we solely judged off the mainstream singles
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How did the haters take over this thread?Go back to listening to music in the 90s because your obviously stuck in it.If you feel slaughterhouse is disappointing you obviously just don't like good hip hop.Your stuck in the past.If you don't even like any of the members why the fuck would you even listen to the music?

I'm not one of those people that complains about mainstream singles.  I like a lot of mainstream rap singles that got hated on over the years.  Examples are tracks like "My Name Is" or "Real Slim Shady".   Maybe I am too nostalgic and can't help but compare this music to what was done in the 90's; but it's not because I expected them to come hardcore with the first single.  In fact, I thought "Rock City" was a great single back in the day and my favorite song on Royce's first album.  I would put that song up there with his hard core joints from bootlegs that came out around 2000/2001.

I really think these guys have an ego problem, and the four of them get in a room and anything that comes out they tell each other that it is hott.. and then they blame the record labels or pop fans when other people don't like it.  Maybe Royce was better in his earlier days cause he didn't have that ego.



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"I will make records as big or bigger than Death Row".   -Dre, Source 1996

"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

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^But I think your taking it a bit far and it comes off as hating. Especially when you said "no wonder Dre dropped Joell" like Dre ain't dropped people like Raekwon, King Tee & Rakim in the past.
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^But I think your taking it a bit far and it comes off as hating. Especially when you said "no wonder Dre dropped Joell" like Dre ain't dropped people like Raekwon, King Tee & Rakim in the past.

how do we know what those cats were coming up with in the studio?  I mean, look what they've done since Dre dropped them?  Have Rakim, Raekwon, or King Tee done anything groundbreaking since Dre dropped them?  Hell no.
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"I will make records as big or bigger than Death Row".   -Dre, Source 1996

"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Let's be real... Is there anyway to come more cliche, more un-origional, and more played out then the chorus to your first single repeating "Drugs, Sex, Dirty Money"!!!?

The only thing I worse I could think of would be to say.. "Bling bling, I'm a G, Got my bitches, High on X and weed!!"
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"I will make records as big or bigger than Death Row".   -Dre, Source 1996

"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

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"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

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And saying crooked I isn't tight.like wtf?I guess every single person that thinks he is that's including anybody who has ever recorded a verse with him wrong.Any rapper that has worked with him has said he's one of the best
 

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^But I think your taking it a bit far and it comes off as hating. Especially when you said "no wonder Dre dropped Joell" like Dre ain't dropped people like Raekwon, King Tee & Rakim in the past.

how do we know what those cats were coming up with in the studio?  I mean, look what they've done since Dre dropped them?  Have Rakim, Raekwon, or King Tee done anything groundbreaking since Dre dropped them?  Hell no.
Your logic will be wrong come sept 8th when Rae drops OBFCL2.
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Omfg.

RAKIM HASNT PUT OUT BOMB VERSES SINCE AFTERMATH!?  You gotta dig my dude.  They're some gems out there..

JOELL IS BETTER THAN ANYONE ON AFTERMATH RIGHT NOW (aside form Em)


Go listen to the chorus of Rock City, try and tell me that ain't lame?  But it works cuz it's a jam... 

Choruses are supposed to be simple-minded..

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Joell was smart to leave Aftermath. He didn't get overly hyped up by working with Dre - was realistic about the long term prospects of getting an album out over there. He wasn't dropped to my understanding either, they mutually agreed that he could leave and they cut a cheque for his services so far. He'd have been an idiot to stick around and be waiting forever for a release. He obviously understood about the corny label politics over there.

As it stands he's now part of one of the most exciting projects for years and getting way more buzz and exposure for his solo music.

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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.

While I understand why they would go with the beat and hook to appeal to the mainstream (I thought it was catchy), they could've done a lot better with the lyrics. Shit its not like kids listening to MTV care about lyrics anyways so they could've at least blessed the real fans with some heat instead of trying to emulate Eminem.
 

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The name eminem didn't ever cross my mind when hearing these lyrics and I'm an eminem fan
 

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Joell was smart to leave Aftermath. He didn't get overly hyped up by working with Dre - was realistic about the long term prospects of getting an album out over there. He wasn't dropped to my understanding either, they mutually agreed that he could leave and they cut a cheque for his services so far. He'd have been an idiot to stick around and be waiting forever for a release. He obviously understood about the corny label politics over there.

As it stands he's now part of one of the most exciting projects for years and getting way more buzz and exposure for his solo music.

no doubt.

Joell honestly, wouldn't sound that much better over a Dre beat.

a guy like 50 Cent needs Dre beats to sound dope on bangers & such.

Joell makes deeper music, where the beats i hear him spit over are more than enough; he is a lyricist, straight up. he doesn't need a "Dre banger" to carry him along; he can carry himself with his lyrics over any beat.

smart move & now he is going to go places farther than he ever would have been givin' the opprotunity to go, if he was still on Aftermath.
 

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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.
the only play its going to get is in your car & about 20 more :'(
 

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K macc why do you feel the need to post in every slaughterhouse thread?
 

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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.
the only play its going to get is in your car & about 20 more :'(

you wait until that video for "The One" drops & the song blows up, bigger than "Lollipop". ;)

K macc why do you feel the need to post in every slaughterhouse thread?

yeah, i noticed that; & he's always shitting on them. :grumpy:
 

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The name eminem didn't ever cross my mind when hearing these lyrics and I'm an eminem fan

lesee....doing drugs and having sex with celebrities? This is like We Made You pt 2.
 

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This song is nothing like we made you.Doing drugs and having sex with celebrities?Really eminem is the only rapper to rap about that?Really?
 

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This song is nothing like we made you.Doing drugs and having sex with celebrities?Really eminem is the only rapper to rap about that?Really?

I wish we could go back to the days of "Nuttin But A G Thang" where the video hoe ends up get sprayed with beer.  It was clear that Dre and Snoop were the stars of the video and that no video hoe was going to show them up.  But I promise the biggest star of the Slaughterhouse video will be the video hoe.   Royce, Crooked, Budden and Ortiz are just the supporting cast; the main characters are the video hoes.  

Why can't the music speak for itself?  To me it means you are wack, when you got to get a video hoe to try and make your song hott.
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You suffer from old man syndrome
 

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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.
the only play its going to get is in your car & about 20 more :'(

you wait until that video for "The One" drops & the song blows up, bigger than "Lollipop". ;)

K macc why do you feel the need to post in every slaughterhouse thread?

yeah, i noticed that; & he's always shitting on them. :grumpy:
slaughterhouse is trash u fags keep riding the dick. that single is not going to blow nothing but dick :'( p.s. lollipop is horrible just as cham fuckin ninja turtle lookin motherfucka
 

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Its like comparing tis album solely based on whatever you like.Its a fucking single get over it you nit pickers.What did you expect some hardcore song that would stand no chance what so ever of getting a single spin?This song actually has a chance of getting some play.
the only play its going to get is in your car & about 20 more :'(

you wait until that video for "The One" drops & the song blows up, bigger than "Lollipop". ;)

K macc why do you feel the need to post in every slaughterhouse thread?

yeah, i noticed that; & he's always shitting on them. :grumpy:
slaughterhouse is trash u fags keep riding the dick. that single is not going to blow nothing but dick :'( p.s. lollipop is horrible just as cham fuckin ninja turtle lookin motherfucka

LMAO!

1. Lollipop was an example of the great success this song is going to have. ;)
2. did you really just judge a guy? wow. :-X
3. Slaughterhouse is the definition of real rap, how can you shit on them? :loco:

i can understand if you don't think they'll live up to the hype or the classic-ness we're putting on them; but trash? c'mon, just delete your account. ;)
 

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This song is nothing like we made you.Doing drugs and having sex with celebrities?Really eminem is the only rapper to rap about that?Really?

I wish we could go back to the days of "Nuttin But A G Thang" where the video hoe ends up get sprayed with beer.  It was clear that Dre and Snoop were the stars of the video and that no video hoe was going to show them up.  But I promise the biggest star of the Slaughterhouse video will be the video hoe.   Royce, Crooked, Budden and Ortiz are just the supporting cast; the main characters are the video hoes.  

Why can't the music speak for itself?  To me it means you are wack, when you got to get a video hoe to try and make your song hott.


Even in 92 the video hoe thing was stupid and juvenile. The difference is that back in 92 we were stupid and juvenile too.
 

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The single is wack.  Still like most of the material.   I know I'm not going to feel everything an artist does.  That's life.
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This song is nothing like we made you.Doing drugs and having sex with celebrities?Really eminem is the only rapper to rap about that?Really?

I can't think of any other examples. At least not by any good rappers. This song is SOO we made you.