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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.

 I think "Thy Kingdom Come" was a very solid album.  And while it may not have been as innovative as "The Slim Shady LP" was at the time, I don't think it's reasonable to say that it was dropped from being released because it was a lackluster album.  I'm a huge Dr. Dre fan, but I'm not willing to defend him to the point of saying that everyone who was dropped from Aftermath Records, was dropped because they couldn't turn out good material.  I don't think Dre would have even wasted his time producing for those artists, if he thought the material they recorded was going to be sub-par.
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin

LOL! :laugh:
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin

LOL! :laugh:
nutriding at its finest
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin

LOL! :laugh:
nutriding at its finest

lmao, you're just tight you're all alone in your little rage against Slaughterhouse.

people laugh at others people's shit all the time, but when it happens to you, now it's nutriding. ::)

in other words; YOU MAAAAAAAAAAAAD! ;)
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin

LOL! :laugh:
nutriding at its finest

lmao, you're just tight you're all alone in your little rage against Slaughterhouse.

people laugh at others people's shit all the time, but when it happens to you, now it's nutriding. ::)

in other words; YOU MAAAAAAAAAAAAD! ;)
im alone & i will stand alone i dont need internet friends. im done with this i will wait 4 the album 2 come out & then give my 2 cents 8)
 

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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. ;)
im going to delete my account because i dont agree with u slaughterhouse fans ???
if you had any heart youd go out like chris benoit..the world needs to be cleansed of your gene pool...just sayin

LOL! :laugh:
nutriding at its finest

lmao, you're just tight you're all alone in your little rage against Slaughterhouse.

people laugh at others people's shit all the time, but when it happens to you, now it's nutriding. ::)

in other words; YOU MAAAAAAAAAAAAD! ;)
im alone & i will stand alone i dont need internet friends. im done with this i will wait 4 the album 2 come out & then give my 2 cents 8)

i don't need internet friends either, i just thought what he said was funny lmao.

you just take offense & are looking to shit on me because jokes on you. ;)

you're waisting your time though because nobody will give a fuck on your two cents lmao.
 

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If nothing else, I hope this at least sparks something different in hip-hop because it needs it. Rap music is missing the diversity. If you look at the 90's and I know it's a cliche to point to the era as some kind of defining time but I'm using it here as more of a comparison. You had artists who might not have been multi-platinum crossover artists but they sold enough records to be relevant. It wasn't like they were playing DJ Quik videos on MTV every hour but the stations and publications still gave him coverage. Today, it's like you either have a song that gets played in the club or you're not even mentioned. I'm not against club hip-hop but it needs to be more than the same nine or ten artists dominatig the airwaves on every radio station every year. Especially when it all appeals to the same demographic. I miss the days when you could have Busta Rhymes, Ice Cube, Nas, Bone Thugs, Wu-Tang, Biggie, Tupac, Snoop, Outkast, and all these different artists from different regions coming out. There might be Cool J doing some R&B-type shit but you always had something like Mobb Deep to fall back on if you weren't feeling the other shit. I'm not saying we can't have Lil Wayne, T.I., Rick Ross, 50 Cent, whoever but the game would be more interesting if they mixed in a little Crooked I, Tech N9ne, Saigon, Termanology, Jayo Felony, and the rest of these rappers who have their own styles and shit. And the buck don't stop with the radio stations, it's the rappers picking guest spots too. They all gotta have the same name features on their albums so now, everyone's shit sounds the fucking same. Do none of these artists have a favorite rapper that they wanna put on their album just because he's fucking dope and not because he sells 90,000 records?

The thing I like with the "Slaughterhouse" idea is it takes fans who might only buy one of these artists' albums and exposes them to these other artists who they might not necessarily check for.
 

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 I think "Thy Kingdom Come" was a very solid album.  And while it may not have been as innovative as "The Slim Shady LP" was at the time, I don't think it's reasonable to say that it was dropped from being released because it was a lackluster album.  I'm a huge Dr. Dre fan, but I'm not willing to defend him to the point of saying that everyone who was dropped from Aftermath Records, was dropped because they couldn't turn out good material.  I don't think Dre would have even wasted his time producing for those artists, if he thought the material they recorded was going to be sub-par.


"Thy Kingdom Come" was actually pretty dope.  I don't think Dre could have hoped for much more than that when he signed King Tee.  So I'd have to agree with you that I don't think it would of tarnished Dre's standards to go ahead and release that album back in Summer of 98' when it was supposed to drop.

I was just trying to make a point that I was tired of hearing Slaughterhouse complain about how labels had fucked them because they didn't understand "real hip-hop" and then they put out some trash like "The One" that basically justifies the underachievement they've experienced throughout their careers.
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 I think "Thy Kingdom Come" was a very solid album.  And while it may not have been as innovative as "The Slim Shady LP" was at the time, I don't think it's reasonable to say that it was dropped from being released because it was a lackluster album.  I'm a huge Dr. Dre fan, but I'm not willing to defend him to the point of saying that everyone who was dropped from Aftermath Records, was dropped because they couldn't turn out good material.  I don't think Dre would have even wasted his time producing for those artists, if he thought the material they recorded was going to be sub-par.


"Thy Kingdom Come" was actually pretty dope.  I don't think Dre could have hoped for much more than that when he signed King Tee.  So I'd have to agree with you that I don't think it would of tarnished Dre's standards to go ahead and release that album back in Summer of 98' when it was supposed to drop.

I was just trying to make a point that I was tired of hearing Slaughterhouse complain about how labels had fucked them because they didn't understand "real hip-hop" and then they put out some trash like "The One" that basically justifies the underachievement they've experienced throughout their careers.

 Well, I'll agree that "The One" isn't that great of a track.  At least not by the standards of what I expect from Slaughterhouse.  But like it or not, it does have that pop song kind of feel like a lot of songs that end up being hits on the radio.
  You made the argument that the standards of what merits a good single seem to have dropped, over the years.  You may have a point.  It seems like rap music in general has embraced a mentality where they have to release at least one semi-inoffensive track that can be cleaned up for radio and "make the girls wanna dance."  But this mentality hasn't at all, seemed to yield better music.  This is why I gave up on the radio a long time ago (And MTV, for that matter).
  The main point I was trying to make though, with regards to Slaughterhouse, is that I don't believe the track "The One" will be typical of what's on the rest of the album.  Of course, no one knows for sure, since that's the only confirmed album cut that's been released.  But if you look at the tracks they released early on (Onslaught, Move On Remix, Slaughterhouse Remix) and the track they just released on Royce's e.p. (Warriors), I think this is more like what will be on the album.
  As far as the whining, I can see how that could get tired.  But I haven't really noticed Slaughterhouse whining any more than what I hear most other rappers doing.  If there's anything that's wearing thin with me and this group, it's the wait to hear the material.  I'm still holding out hope that the August release date will stick.  But being that things have already shifted with the release dates of the other solo projects (which were originally all supposed to drop prior to the Slaughterhouse album) I'm a little worried the group album will follow suit.
  I guess the best attitude to take with all of this is "wait-and-see."  If the album drops, and then you still think it's sub-par, I guess we can debate it more then.
 

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I'm def copping this album. We NEED this to sell WELL just as u said. Labels WILL hop the lyrical dick if this album moves units.

And btw, has Slaughterhouse even done an internet interview yet? Or is mine the first?
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I believe your the first Justin!Can't wait to see the video today!
 

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I believe your the first Justin!Can't wait to see the video today!
DAMN it's an honor to get that FIRST internet interview then :o  When the tracklisting leaks, I'm gonna hit them up and see if we can do a "inside the studio" feature as well.

Can't wait to see the video myself!
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the video better blow up, along with the song. :baseballbat:

I believe your the first Justin!Can't wait to see the video today!

do you watch Aqua Teen Hunger Force? 8)
 

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^lol huh?

does anyone know what time the video is supposed to debut?
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^lol huh?

does anyone know what time the video is supposed to debut?

lol, na i was asking Jay a question. :P

but i think 9. ;)
 

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Yes I do.I own all the seasons on DVD as a matter of fact.And the movie.
 

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Yes I do.I own all the seasons on DVD as a matter of fact.And the movie.

i love that fuckin' show, but i only see time & time again.
 

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lol if this doesn't blow up then it will be sad. they made a commercial track for nothing.
 

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I'm def copping this album. We NEED this to sell WELL just as u said. Labels WILL hop the lyrical dick if this album moves units.

And btw, has Slaughterhouse even done an internet interview yet? Or is mine the first?
http://www.urb.com/features/1491/INTERVIEWSlaughterhouse.php?PageId=1
 

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Is it gonna be just MTVJams and MTV2 or regular MTV too? I barely heard the song yesterday, it ain't that bad, but they coulda did better.