View Full Version : lyrical kurupt shit

05-14-2006, 05:43 PM
people are always praisin' kurupt on being a top notch lyricist.
i even heard somebody refer to him as the westcoast rakim!!
i never really got where all that came from,
so can anybody name a couple of his tracks where he straight kills it on the lyrical shit??

05-14-2006, 07:14 PM
lyrcially this, lrycially that, i think yall dont know the meaning of lyrical and are wack


05-14-2006, 07:37 PM
ha, west coast rakim noo way but he is considered as a 'lyrical gangster' which i think suits him well. check out the tracks 'fresh' and 'change the game' and if u like those kuruption! dont have that anymore but i think he was pretty lyrical on that album. also i suggest u download the four horsemen lp, he gets lyrical on that album but is usually outshined by rass kass or bis.

05-14-2006, 08:12 PM
lyrcially this, lrycially that, i think yall dont know the meaning of lyrical and are wack


is that part of jakki da motamouth's verse on F.H.H. off RJ's Deadringer album

05-15-2006, 07:17 AM
*applause* well done.

05-15-2006, 10:32 AM
Verse 1

Psychosomatic, automatic static
Catatonic, supersonic, bubonic chronic addict
Astrononimcal in the Thunderdome center
In the depths of the dungeon, dangerous, dastardly
Catastrophes, metamorphosize into a pit
Tyranno-Don, crackin the bricks on the walls
Camouflage, on the side of livest
Bout to put somethin up in that could ride
It's time for, world war three motherfucker
You know me, Young Got-ti motherfucker
I holds the microphone like a grudge
In the 'llac laid back, so back the fuck up
This might give you a heart attack
It's real simple, can't get mo' simple than that
Than that..

Verse 2

The tactical acrobatical automatic
Automatically psychosomatics that got it verbally guided
Visually you ride it Super like the Sonics
Potent like gin and tonic being injected through the veins
with double dosage of liquid chronic (WHAT?)
Columbian flake, the top rate
Irate lost mental state
Stallion I'm want about a million or more
of y'all fools to come back and get some more
You can tell the gangs as soon as he come in the door
He don't wear Calvin Klein, he won't wear valour
He got some Gortex or some Converse on
All-Stars, G'd from the hat to the floor
You can miss me, I'm probably chillin up in Mississippi
or Poughkeepsie or Baton Rouge guzzlin whiskey
I'm a walkin franchise and I wanna get paid
Get dropped, mopped and stomped like a parade
Persuasion, phase three of the invasion
I gots to break loose cause I'm feelin caged in
Loose in the jungle, blaze a botanical garden up
Nowadays, niggaz ain't hard enough
to bombard and bogart, spots like these
Renegade revolutionary infantries
I'll bet a thousand to one, you're never gonna make it
You're never gonna get it, y'all can't fuck wit us
Put it together, our squad 1999 Mod Squad
Universal Soldiers, I thought I told ya

I Call Shots

05-15-2006, 10:50 AM
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The whole Dogg Food album

Kurupt basically has got skills, but in recent years he has been knockin out a few songs a day so the lyrical quality went down. I think in the 90s he found the right balance between eastcoast lyricsm and westcoast gangsta rap. Songs like What Wud U Do or Dogg Pound Gangstaz, he shows skills without being overly technical. But his freestyles are tight, check the original Death Row freestyle session "Puffin On Blunts & Drankin Tanqueray". I think Kurupt got one of the best flows in the game.