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Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« on: July 31, 2020, 04:49:26 AM »

Wtf Snoop?
This my town, I run it, you walk it
You just now learniní the game, I taught it
 

HighEyeCue

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2020, 06:07:29 AM »
as much as I've lost respect for Snoop over the years he is entitled to his own opinion

nothing wrong with the rappers he mentioned
 
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mtbsm

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2020, 07:55:05 AM »
Em a different genre on his own, for real. Kind of like Drake in a way. Long ass albums often filled with a lot of stuff people could do without. If he condensed the albums a bit (kind of like he did on Kamikaze) he might connect better with a Snoop, but fact of the matter is Snoop's list is Snoop's list and more relatable to him. Plus, Snoops musical influences outside of rap are much different than Em's. Soul and R&B won't lead you to Eminem.

All that aside, there seems to be a shade of envy on Snoop's part. Maybe cause Em and Dre been super solid from day 1? Not sure, but he seems to go out of his way to take little shots here and there.
 

Mak_Corleone

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2020, 09:40:24 AM »
I remember back @ Ď02 they interviewed Snoop and asked him about Eminem.
And he said he didnít listened to his music becuz he (Snoop) was a gangsta.

 

kuruptlon

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #4 on: July 31, 2020, 12:29:40 PM »
I remember back @ Ď02 they interviewed Snoop and asked him about Eminem.
And he said he didnít listened to his music becuz he (Snoop) was a gangsta.

Are you talking about this interview Nima did here and asked him about how Round Here used the same sample as Stan? I always felt like there was some animosity there. First he says he didn't think of Stan when he heard the beat because he doesn't listen to Eminem, then he goes on to imitate the sound and subject matter of the song.

It just seemed like he went out of his way to slight Eminem on this when he could have just said "yeah they share the same sample, but they're completely different songs". As an earlier post pointed out, could have something to do with his relationship with Dre.

http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/snoopdogg07/part3/

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Dubcnn: Then we get to the next Dre record, which is ďRound HereĒ. When I heard the beat I was like ďDamn, I know this sample from somewhere!Ē It sounded real similar to Eminemís beat for ďStanĒ.

Not to me! When I first heard it, I didnít think about ďStanĒ. I donít listen to Eminem records, no disrespect to him, but I donít listen to Eminemís records. Iím a gangsta.


Dubcnn: It had the same sample that's used for Eminemís beat.

I canít tell! ďStanĒ was talking about a fan, somebody that is a groupie on Eminemís dick, thatís writing him letters and all kind of shit, dreaming of being him. My shit is ďRound HereĒ, gangsta shit!


Dubcnn: I was just saying that the beat used the same sample..

Well, thatís Dr. Dre! Heís a producer, why wouldnít he use his shit? Thatís his shit! Roger Troutman used the same sound on every beat he ever made! Barry White used the same sound on every beat he ever made!


Dubcnn: You got me wrong, I wasnít criticizing the song homieÖ

No Iím just giving you, so youíll know, so the viewers can know! A producer has a sound thatís identified with him. So thatís an identification thatís saying that Dr. Dre really put his hands on that track! I didnít hear ďStanĒ on that song when I first heard it. That song didnít remind of ďStanĒ, it made me wanna start talk shit about round here! It ainít safe to leave the house, donít fuck around round here! Niggas will put you in the ground, donít fuck around round here! Thatís what I was on! I wasnít on no ďStan, write me a letter, I wanna come see you! Youíre my favorite fan!Ē I wasnít on that bullshit! Iím on gangsta shit homie!
 

Mak_Corleone

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2020, 06:10:53 PM »
I remember back @ Ď02 they interviewed Snoop and asked him about Eminem.
And he said he didnít listened to his music becuz he (Snoop) was a gangsta.

Are you talking about this interview Nima did here and asked him about how Round Here used the same sample as Stan? I always felt like there was some animosity there. First he says he didn't think of Stan when he heard the beat because he doesn't listen to Eminem, then he goes on to imitate the sound and subject matter of the song.

It just seemed like he went out of his way to slight Eminem on this when he could have just said "yeah they share the same sample, but they're completely different songs". As an earlier post pointed out, could have something to do with his relationship with Dre.

http://www.dubcnn.com/interviews/snoopdogg07/part3/

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Dubcnn: Then we get to the next Dre record, which is ďRound HereĒ. When I heard the beat I was like ďDamn, I know this sample from somewhere!Ē It sounded real similar to Eminemís beat for ďStanĒ.

Not to me! When I first heard it, I didnít think about ďStanĒ. I donít listen to Eminem records, no disrespect to him, but I donít listen to Eminemís records. Iím a gangsta.


Dubcnn: It had the same sample that's used for Eminemís beat.

I canít tell! ďStanĒ was talking about a fan, somebody that is a groupie on Eminemís dick, thatís writing him letters and all kind of shit, dreaming of being him. My shit is ďRound HereĒ, gangsta shit!


Dubcnn: I was just saying that the beat used the same sample..

Well, thatís Dr. Dre! Heís a producer, why wouldnít he use his shit? Thatís his shit! Roger Troutman used the same sound on every beat he ever made! Barry White used the same sound on every beat he ever made!


Dubcnn: You got me wrong, I wasnít criticizing the song homieÖ

No Iím just giving you, so youíll know, so the viewers can know! A producer has a sound thatís identified with him. So thatís an identification thatís saying that Dr. Dre really put his hands on that track! I didnít hear ďStanĒ on that song when I first heard it. That song didnít remind of ďStanĒ, it made me wanna start talk shit about round here! It ainít safe to leave the house, donít fuck around round here! Niggas will put you in the ground, donít fuck around round here! Thatís what I was on! I wasnít on no ďStan, write me a letter, I wanna come see you! Youíre my favorite fan!Ē I wasnít on that bullshit! Iím on gangsta shit homie!
Yup, this was it.
It was along time ago, i remember i bought Paid Da Cost to Be tha Boss after i bought 8 Mile soundtrack and the read this interview
 

soopa-man

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #6 on: July 31, 2020, 07:00:08 PM »
I donít think theyíre styles match up, I donít think EMís style is easily as dissected even if he has been worldly been revered.
Some arguments are Em donít bang in a club or a car.  And that shit is kinda true, but he donít make that kind of music and when he does it donít sound that well, as his style of music, personal tastes differ.
I loved My Name Is.. wasnít crazy about Real Slim Shady but it blew the fuck up.  Loved Without Me, and that album but I couldnít stand the Superman song/single. Loved 8 Mile soundtrack and his production after that.   But album and song wise Encore was terrible, Relapse was dope as fuck, but those accents really fucked it up a bit. Recovery was a mixed bag that was a Atomic bomb of a album and really cemented a return. But to me, he went backwards a bit more after that, very mixed feelings Iíve had I couldnít sit through MMLP2 or Revival, and Kamikaze and MtBMB was pretty cool to me too, but the replay value has gone down with albums these days... I donít see the push of him being the big artist he is... he could have put out more to support it...


I donít know if it was a bad thing he said, but he was honest he said he is in a lot of peoples top 10 just not his.  And itís true, so I donít think itís a big deal. If he would have said KRS One, no news... Em gets news only angle I see ..
 

thegooddoc

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #7 on: July 31, 2020, 08:12:18 PM »
That is a bad look for Snoop.  There was no need to even take the bait or talk about Eminem.  Just give Eminem his props and drop it.  There are so many rappers that could be in people's top 10's, he could have just named his and left it at that.

Snoop has had one hell of a career and his longevity has been phenomenal, but you have to think it bothers him that he is not even in the Top 10 discussion.  Damn Snoop might not even be in the discussion of the top-10 rappers that have worked with Dre.

In no particular order, these artists would all be ranked higher than Snoop.

1. Nas
2. Eminem
3. 2-Pac
4. Cube
5. D.O.C.
6. Kurupt
7. Raekwon
8. LL
9. Kendrick Lamar
10. KRS-One
11. Jay-Z



 

Gatz N Rozes

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #8 on: July 31, 2020, 10:04:28 PM »
so i guess em aint his favorite white boy anymore (he said it on white boyz sndtrk), they did up in smoke tour & worked together (b pls 2) & now that?
 

Okka

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #9 on: July 31, 2020, 10:53:29 PM »
This is just Snoop's opinion. He has admitted to being a hater in the past though.
 

Profile.

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #10 on: August 05, 2020, 09:58:18 PM »
I was surprised to hear Snoop's opinion on Eminem and even more so after reading the comments on this thread.

While I don't think it's personal, it's understandable. Good for him for sharing his hot take.
 

mtbsm

Re: Snoop Dogg on breakfast club, about Eminem( video)
« Reply #11 on: August 07, 2020, 02:44:16 PM »
His list is nice. All old school. Rakim, KRS, Run, DMC, Cube, Too Short, etc