Author Topic: No Hater But SOOPAFLY = WACKj  (Read 1112 times)


Re: No Hater But SOOPAFLY = WACKj
« Reply #25 on: December 22, 2016, 12:47:32 PM »
what makes least eurofriendly dpg rapper?yall are funny as hell.

did i just commit a crime or what?

yall been shttng on death row for years to tease and piss me off and now i say something and yall lose your mind?

grow up.

its psycho hustla.bla bla bla

so fuckin what?

its a msg board where everybody expresses their opinion and interests so why is it NO PROBLEM when some of yall philosophy about your fav. artists and when is it a problem when i do it?

plus i have done mad research on the subject of my posts and that im not the only death row fan (or fanatic as yall would say) so they can read too.

ignoring is the best solution in this kind of situation.

been on literally for years and i got nothing but hate

i was very young 1. and i was letting my mind free when i was there. as everyone does. this is internet. 2.

Merry Christmas and Happy Coming New Year 2017!

but you still haven't grown up though

did you ever try that experiment mixing bleach with weed? if not it's never too late


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Re: No Hater But SOOPAFLY = WACKj
« Reply #26 on: December 24, 2016, 10:03:31 AM »
I think the original post was a lil harsh and exaggerated but Soopafly to me is just a lil above average from the beats and songs i've heard.  Soopafly is definitely consistent but he never to me had that song that really was on a high level (that could be a single) per say.  Good music but never great.  That is really not a knock because he has his importance place as an artist/producer on an album but I never really thought he meshed well with DPGs gangsta style.  I thought he was like the neo-soul type rapper guy with the wrong crew.  Like would produce a great Common or Black Thought album.

But honestly I haven't heard all of his songs just a good portion though from the 90s, early 2000s at least.