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Re: Depressing Facts about Hip-Hop
« Reply #50 on: October 03, 2013, 08:29:12 PM »
Eazy is considered a top five West legend all-time; of course his work will be held in MUCH higher regard.

I'm not even really trying to say that today's mainstream is so much better than him...or better than him at all for that matter. I'm just saying, for someone who just pretty much said just coasting over INCREDIBLE production is better than absolute pure lyricism with less "catch" in the flow, you'd think you'd feel a few mainstream acts.

I guess today just isn't gangsta enough for your triple-OG ass.


he doesnt just coast through incredible production, tho...thats what u dont get. ud be amazed at how much harder it is to flow with that sorta energy and passion on cue than to sit down and write some lyrical shit and just read it off the paper in rhythm, real spit.

and i do feel some mainstream shit, as long as it's that real shit.. but nowhere close 2 as much as eazy
 

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Re: Depressing Facts about Hip-Hop
« Reply #51 on: October 03, 2013, 08:31:47 PM »


VERY TRUE...LOTS OF RAW TALENT OUT THERE, NO DOUBT. BUT LIKE U SAID, THEY AINT BEEN DEVELOPED WIT THE RIGHT PEOPLE SURROUNDIN EM. SO WE CAN ONLY JUDGE THEM FOR WHAT THEY ARE, NOT WHAT THEY CAN BE


BEING ABLE TO LEARN IS A SKILL ON ITS OWN

We could get into a whole debate on my feelings of "learning" vs "talent." Instead, I'll agree to disagree.
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Re: Depressing Facts about Hip-Hop
« Reply #52 on: October 03, 2013, 08:46:30 PM »


VERY TRUE...LOTS OF RAW TALENT OUT THERE, NO DOUBT. BUT LIKE U SAID, THEY AINT BEEN DEVELOPED WIT THE RIGHT PEOPLE SURROUNDIN EM. SO WE CAN ONLY JUDGE THEM FOR WHAT THEY ARE, NOT WHAT THEY CAN BE


BEING ABLE TO LEARN IS A SKILL ON ITS OWN

We could get into a whole debate on my feelings of "learning" vs "talent." Instead, I'll agree to disagree.

u dont think bein able to learn is a talent? some people can never be taught, no matter how hard u try. trust me.