Author Topic: EXCLUSIVE: Bishop Lamont feat. DR. DRE - I DOMINATE [Produced by DR. DRE]!!!!!!!  (Read 4787 times)

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me

I didn't care for Team America, but any of Bishop's street albums >>>>> Slim's mixtape. That shit was weak. You can't be serious. Those 3 songs you listed can't even touch Bishop's best songs.
 

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me

I didn't care for Team America, but any of Bishop's street albums >>>>> Slim's mixtape. That shit was weak. You can't be serious. Those 3 songs you listed can't even touch Bishop's best songs.

it wasn't even a mixtape, shit was a demo just hosted by Clue
 

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Bishop Lamont > Slim the mobster

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me

I laugh my ass off, but hey opinions are like assholes.

After The Confessional: (some songs might have been released around that time / closely before)
U Ain't Fresh (ok, snippet leaked in 2007)
Your Lover
Gone
Blow Your Mind
Change Is Gonna Come
Hollow Eyes
Home
Rain
U Scared
Pass That
Niggas
My Mama
Hallelujah
Exclusive (I Got It)
Friends
Bitches On My Dick
Nothing Could Be Better

I'll stop now .. If this does not indicate that Bishop always brings quality I do not know what planet you come from. While the best songs of Slim might be slightly better than a few of my list, the list shits on Slim's whole career so far.

With that said, I think Slim is not bad, It's Cold Out Here is a dope song, like a few others. But he's a simple street rapper with no content, if you ask me. I have yet to see if he really has talent.
 

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me
hey you're the one that said the few slim songs shit on most of bishop's songs, so off course you're gonna get criticised for it.
nothing wrong with liking slim, but you're not going to convince anyone.


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Oh shit... y'all have no idea what's commin!

When?
 

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me
hey you're the one that said the few slim songs shit on most of bishop's songs, so off course you're gonna get criticised for it.
nothing wrong with liking slim, but you're not going to convince anyone.



I wasn't trying to convince anybody to change their opinions, was just clarifying what I meant by the original post... like dude in here said, opinions are like assholes  ;)
 

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Disregarding my personal opinion that the tracks you brought up are weak....

What's funny is that you were trying to say that Slim has more potential and Bishop is weak now by referencing a track he made years ago and doesn't even like himself

Also funny that the Slim songs you mentioned were made before The Confessional

I fail to see the logic in concluding that 3 songs (2 of them over 4 years old) from Slim is more impressive than Bishop's entire catalog.
 

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Look, Slim is probably dope but we don't have much material to base a solid opinion on.  He's been working with Dre or his associates so I'm sure he's improved and I doubt Dre works with horrible people - Game wasn't great on the pen game but was always a strong vocalist.
Cool breeze; I'm hopping out of new Beams
My outfit ran me a few G's but none of that will matter if you leave
I used to be an Adam with two Eves and shawtys automatically do me
Excuse me, all that happened before you doesn't matter
I'm a vision of the future climbing the success ladder
Recline, in the mean time, twenty three shine, diamond bling blind as I rewind
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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me
hey you're the one that said the few slim songs shit on most of bishop's songs, so off course you're gonna get criticised for it.
nothing wrong with liking slim, but you're not going to convince anyone.



I wasn't trying to convince anybody to change their opinions, was just clarifying what I meant by the original post... like dude in here said, opinions are like assholes  ;)
ok.

but if you think I dominate is terrible, what about Get paid by slim?

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I Dominate is a cool track, there are better Bishop songs out there though.
 

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Disregarding my personal opinion that the tracks you brought up are weak....

What's funny is that you were trying to say that Slim has more potential and Bishop is weak now by referencing a track he made years ago and doesn't even like himself

Also funny that the Slim songs you mentioned were made before The Confessional

I fail to see the logic in concluding that 3 songs (2 of them over 4 years old) from Slim is more impressive than Bishop's entire catalog.

those tracks i named aren't weak... say what you want about Slim's delivery/flow, but then look at Bishop as well

Slim does have more potential WITH Dr. Dre's sound just based on his vocals/subject matter, Bishop honestly didn't sound that great over Dre beats but that's just my opinion

but if you think I dominate is terrible, what about Get paid by slim?

nothing special, I don't even have it downloaded


 

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A fairly decent track from Bishop and Dre, but not what I expected the song to sound like.  I thought the title implied something harder and raw, and didn't consider that it would be a club-like track.

I'm not sure if this would have blown up had it been released as Bishop's main single, it's good but it's missing that one thing that could make it a smash, and I can't put my finger on it.  I can see why Bishop disliked this track as well, because it's quite unlike his normal style.  Good for the collection though.
 

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Disregarding my personal opinion that the tracks you brought up are weak....

What's funny is that you were trying to say that Slim has more potential and Bishop is weak now by referencing a track he made years ago and doesn't even like himself

Also funny that the Slim songs you mentioned were made before The Confessional

I fail to see the logic in concluding that 3 songs (2 of them over 4 years old) from Slim is more impressive than Bishop's entire catalog.

those tracks i named aren't weak... say what you want about Slim's delivery/flow, but then look at Bishop as well

Slim does have more potential WITH Dr. Dre's sound just based on his vocals/subject matter, Bishop honestly didn't sound that great over Dre beats but that's just my opinion

Imo they are weak...but I said disregarding personal opinion. How do a couple 4 year old songs show more potential than Bishop's entire catalog? Are you saying those are better than Bishop's best songs?

And as far as I know we haven't even heard Slim over a Dre beat yet.

Looking at just his subject matter I'd say Slim has no potential in today's mainstream game. How is rapping about gats and drugs for the millionth time gonna sell? At the very least Bishop has shown us he's capable of rapping about a variety of topics. Slim may have that same potential, but he hasn't shown any of it yet. Based solely on the few songs we have of his, he has very little potential.
 

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Off topic, here's a far superior song with the same name: Cold Out Here

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/vzapuk2OBFs" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/vzapuk2OBFs</a>
 

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Tht slim da mobster quote from bloodmoney is ridiculous. There's no way u could justify that.

actually yes I can... I said that Nigger Noize was a classic street album, which it is because it's dope from front to back, and The Confessional was good for the most part, but pretty much everything following after from Bishop is WEAK especially that Team America w/e it was called bullshit

Slim on the other hand may not even have a full mixtape out but he showcases why he's a better match for Dre's sound with only a few songs, dudes need to listen to "10 Gat Commandments", "1000 Gram Man" , "Cold Out Here" (very dope song), and his freestyle over "New York, New York"... I don't see how anybody can say "I Dominate" is better than ANY of those except that it's a Dre track  ::), this is fucking wack and everyone knows it

while it may not be fair to say Slim is a better overall artist right now, he has the potential to be so and he will def sound better on Detox than Bishop would have

EDIT: CalTroit was also solid in Bishop's defense, maybe a personal classic for me
hey you're the one that said the few slim songs shit on most of bishop's songs, so off course you're gonna get criticised for it.
nothing wrong with liking slim, but you're not going to convince anyone.



I wasn't trying to convince anybody to change their opinions, was just clarifying what I meant by the original post... like dude in here said, opinions are like assholes  ;)
ok.

but if you think I dominate is terrible, what about Get paid by slim?

get paid is awesome! :laugh:

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Disregarding my personal opinion that the tracks you brought up are weak....

What's funny is that you were trying to say that Slim has more potential and Bishop is weak now by referencing a track he made years ago and doesn't even like himself

Also funny that the Slim songs you mentioned were made before The Confessional

I fail to see the logic in concluding that 3 songs (2 of them over 4 years old) from Slim is more impressive than Bishop's entire catalog.

those tracks i named aren't weak... say what you want about Slim's delivery/flow, but then look at Bishop as well

Slim does have more potential WITH Dr. Dre's sound just based on his vocals/subject matter, Bishop honestly didn't sound that great over Dre beats but that's just my opinion
subject matter? seriously? slim's subject matter is played out. bishop lamont is more versatile, like Rapture stated.

but if you think I dominate is terrible, what about Get paid by slim?

nothing special, I don't even have it downloaded
fair enough

get paid is awesome! :laugh:
lil Matty is still tucked away, in that mansion, bumping get paid :D

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Slim has your typical gangster subject matter (Game, 50) but Bishop is just as limited. All he raps about is how rap sucks or bitches.
 

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Slim has your typical gangster subject matter (Game, 50) but Bishop is just as limited. All he raps about is how rap sucks or bitches.
that's not really true.
some songs are about that, but not all.

just some examples:
grow up, hollow eyes, can't figure it out, your lover, change is gonna come

these aren't about the subject matter you brought up & this is just a few examples

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Grow Up and Hollow Eyes are again basically about fuck rap and the industry. Can't Figure It Out is dope no doubt.
 

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Slim has your typical gangster subject matter (Game, 50) but Bishop is just as limited. All he raps about is how rap sucks or bitches.

That's incorrect and you know it unless you've skipped over most of his music. Can't Figure It Out, Everyday, Sometimez, American Dreams, Home, Friends, Anything, Land of the Free, Change is Gonna Come, etc. That's in addition to the standard topics that every other New West rapper does.
 

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Slim has your typical gangster subject matter (Game, 50) but Bishop is just as limited. All he raps about is how rap sucks or bitches.

That's incorrect and you know it unless you've skipped over most of his music. Can't Figure It Out, Everyday, Sometimez, American Dreams, Home, Friends, Anything, Land of the Free, Change is Gonna Come, etc. That's in addition to the standard topics that every other New West rapper does.


This.
 

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saying that bishops subject matter is limited is just wrong
 

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saying that bishops subject matter is limited is just wrong
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Slim has your typical gangster subject matter (Game, 50) but Bishop is just as limited. All he raps about is how rap sucks or bitches.

That's incorrect and you know it unless you've skipped over most of his music. Can't Figure It Out, Everyday, Sometimez, American Dreams, Home, Friends, Anything, Land of the Free, Change is Gonna Come, etc. That's in addition to the standard topics that every other New West rapper does.


That was all early mixtape shit. I'm talking about his official attempts at singles or what we've heard from the alleged album so far (Bitches On My Dick, Feel On It, Grow Up, If You Don't Know The Code...). Even his Dre ghost written songs were typical Dre subject matter, really expected something different from him. Just my 2 cents.