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The Antagonist
06-28-2006, 02:15 PM
Is the kind of people that make "Hip-Hop is dying" threads, every fucking day. Its the people that live in their mom's basement and say "G-Unit and all mainstream hip-hop sucks! Lyricism rules!" Who knows what i'm getting at?

There are just so many dumbass wannabe kids nowaday that have no clue but keep trying to talk about "real hip-hop" and they get on these fucking forums because they think they are cool. And they hate all day on anything thats mainstream like its some kind of enemy. Stupid ass kids need to learn respect. And people need to get a clue. You wanna know what hip-hop is, bitch? Really? 50 Cent is real hip-hop. G-Unit is real hip-hop. Those mothafuckas have been on the grind making millions for like 4 or 5 years now. Thats real.

Look I love tight ass underground lyricists as much as the next hip-hop head, but people, you dont have to have tight lyrics to be real. Look, no one on G-Unit is really a tight lyricist, but they do just fine, right? And really, if your one of those people thats saying, "No, fuck all of that shit, rapping about money and hoes and violence." all I gotta say is shut the fuck up and turn your comp monitor off so you can be in complete darkness and just rot away off the face of the earth. These are the people that are killing hip-hop, if anybody.When nerdy motherfuckers that live with their moms start acting like they are real hip-hop and call mothafuckas from the hood getting their grind on and making millions fake, that is when hip-hop is dying. But luckily these dickshits are a minority in the big scheme so its all good.

I could go further and rant about this shit all day, but i'll stop and ask: Who feels what i'm saying here?

Orion Nebulus
06-28-2006, 02:27 PM
Yeah I agree with all this stupid "hiphop is dying" threads. I listen to my shit and thats all I care about.

About your comment on whats hiphop and whats not...youre stupid. 50 is real hiphop??? lmaoooo I suggest you shut off your comp and rethink about one of the dumbest comments I ever seen.

Bedlam
06-28-2006, 02:28 PM
I don't like close-minded people like that, I think they're wrong, but i fail to see how they're killin hip-hop by having their retarded opinion.

Longbongcilvaringz
06-28-2006, 02:44 PM
co-signage

Unforgiven
06-28-2006, 03:17 PM
Is the kind of people that make "Hip-Hop is dying" threads, every fucking day. Its the people that live in their mom's basement and say "G-Unit and all mainstream hip-hop sucks! Lyricism rules!" Who knows what i'm getting at?

There are just so many dumbass wannabe kids nowaday that have no clue but keep trying to talk about "real hip-hop" and they get on these fucking forums because they think they are cool. And they hate all day on anything thats mainstream like its some kind of enemy. Stupid ass kids need to learn respect. And people need to get a clue. You wanna know what hip-hop is, bitch? Really? 50 Cent is real hip-hop. G-Unit is real hip-hop. Those mothafuckas have been on the grind making millions for like 4 or 5 years now. Thats real.

Look I love tight ass underground lyricists as much as the next hip-hop head, but people, you dont have to have tight lyrics to be real. Look, no one on G-Unit is really a tight lyricist, but they do just fine, right? And really, if your one of those people thats saying, "No, fuck all of that shit, rapping about money and hoes and violence." all I gotta say is shut the fuck up and turn your comp monitor off so you can be in complete darkness and just rot away off the face of the earth. These are the people that are killing hip-hop, if anybody.When nerdy motherfuckers that live with their moms start acting like they are real hip-hop and call mothafuckas from the hood getting their grind on and making millions fake, that is when hip-hop is dying. But luckily these dickshits are a minority in the big scheme so its all good.

I could go further and rant about this shit all day, but i'll stop and ask: Who feels what i'm saying here?

I agree but I disagree....those kids piss me off though!

Meta4
06-28-2006, 03:22 PM
You wanna know what hip-hop is, bitch? Really? 50 Cent is real hip-hop. G-Unit is real hip-hop. Those mothafuckas have been on the grind making millions for like 4 or 5 years now. Thats real.

I wouldn't exactly call them real hip-hop but damn they have been grindin' for a while now and I've always respected that about them. Music wise/they're effect on hip-hop is another story

ShaDynasty
06-28-2006, 04:56 PM
in the grand scheme of things i can classify 50 as hip hop
real hip hop? then youre talkin about gangstarr, black moon, epmd, wu etc
50 i believe has a love for classic hip hop though
why else would he sign mobb deep and mop?
it certainly wasnt to make money lol

White_Mouse
06-28-2006, 06:44 PM
i USED to listen to G-Unit, then i realized 50 didn't even have a decent flow or words to back up his nonexistent one. But his beats are ill (dr. dre is one of the best mainstream producers EVER)
Chamillionare is good too, but his name sounds like a certain Pokemon i remeber, Charmeleon. lol
but mostly manistream rap has nice beats and GAY lyrics, that don't even rhyme!
it's hip-hop though, it's just not my PREFERED FLAVOR.

The Antagonist
06-28-2006, 07:27 PM
G-Unit is the essence of hip-hop though. Grinding, getting that money, thats some real shit. Their music? Maybe not so much. I'm not even saying I like 50. I despise shit like "Candy Shop" and hes been weak since Get Rich Or Die, but seriosuly i've got serious respect for G-Unit as a whole. Guys like Banks and Buck have got tight flows and sick deliveries, even if they dont have uber lyrics, and you pair that with that fact they get probably the best beats in hip-hop, they got some serious shit going on. But thats their life. They are getting that fuckin money. They are getting those bitches. Thats real. Thats the essence of hip hop. Get what i'm saying now?

but i fail to see how they're killin hip-hop by having their retarded opinion.
I was just trying to make a point to those fucktards by saying if anything is killing it, its them. I dont think hip-hop is dying at all, I think its doing just fine.

Another thing is that I can't stand people who can't just appreciate good ol' bump in your car, bump in the club shit. Not all hip-hop has to be talking about some scientific moral metaphor shit. If i'm driving somewhere or up in a club, I wanna hear fucking Three 6 Mafia!! Not some fucking lyricist. But these people dont get that shit because they dont even leave their house, so they wouldn't know. And they especially dont appreciate these guys making music about a lifestyle they hate because they can't have, because they are fucking losers.

Bone Collecta
06-28-2006, 10:30 PM
there is no such thing as real hip hop u stupid mother fuckers how many times must i say this?

snapple
06-28-2006, 11:51 PM
the antagonist is the drip of knowledge in this section

Full Metal Kid
06-29-2006, 01:47 AM
this is all just opinion, all of antagonist's points can be agreed on and they can be argued against, i havent really seen that many "hip hop is dying" threads, but if ppl wanna say such things let them say it, who cares, i mean common dropped an album in 94 called ressurection cuz he thought hip hop needed a ressurection, and now nas is planning to drop an album called "hip hop is dead" so go figure, but it only matters if you think it is dead or not, not what others say

Robert
06-29-2006, 01:58 AM
Money the essence of Hip Hop? That is bullshit.
It never used to be. When NaS dropped illmatic is wasnt about the money, When Mobb Deep did The Imfamous it was for the love of the music, is it just me or when money becomes the main goal of an artist (think Nas, Mobb Deep, Jigga) thier material also becomes far weaker?

I think thats what peeps are saying when they say the term real hip hop, they mean mcs and DJ's that do it for the love of the music and not just to sell a record (though obviously money is necessary) and i think this shows in the final product. So then why would i go cop50 Cents latest commercial record when i could go get Bronze Nazareth or someone else that's got something to say?

I'm not saying commercial rap doesnt hav its place but when that is the dominate type of music in hip hop there's a problem imo.
peace

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 02:06 AM
if any artist says they dont do it for money its cause of 1 of 2 things

1) they are lying

2) they have quit trying and decided to do it for the music.

what makes you all think they doin it for the money these days?

they wanna party and they want you to party to their music so how is that making it for the money? and dont say its cause the shit they say.

the old school cats rapped about getting hoes, jewels, and parties too. sooooooo dont be hypocrits.

Punch
06-29-2006, 02:11 AM
Money the essence of Hip Hop? That is bullshit.
It never used to be. When NaS dropped illmatic is wasnt about the money, When Mobb Deep did The Imfamous it was for the love of the music, is it just me or when money becomes the main goal of an artist (think Nas, Mobb Deep, Jigga) thier material also becomes far weaker?

I think thats what peeps are saying when they say the term real hip hop, they mean mcs and DJ's that do it for the love of the music and not just to sell a record (though obviously money is necessary) and i think this shows in the final product. So then why would i go cop50 Cents latest commercial record when i could go get Bronze Nazareth or someone else that's got something to say?

I'm not saying commercial rap doesnt hav its place but when that is the dominate type of music in hip hop there's a problem imo.
peace
Illmatic and Infamous were about money, I mean saying they made that shit for the music is being a little naive.

This Us vs. Them, Real Hip-Hop vs. Pop Rap is really lame. It's all the same shit. G-Unit is saying the same shit as Ghost and Rae and Nas and Biggie and Mobb... The quality maybe different, but tehn again, there are plenty of "underground" rappers, and Wu Fam, that just plain suck.

Hip-Hop isn't dying, it never was.Good Hip-Hop is, and always has been out there. Now there are even more outlets for it, so why can't we all let everyone do what they want, make and listen to the type of music they want. It won't effect you if you don't let it.

Robert
06-29-2006, 02:18 AM
^^Im not being a hypocritic, you can rap about wtf you want as long as thats done with skilled raps and dope beats. Why should someone who can hardly speak be credited for selling a million records? I know that money is important to the artist but you cant tell me that Gangstarr dropped Moment Of Truth to go platinum, they did that shit coz they believed in it.

Course they doin it for money, you got cats that cant even rhyme (DFB) spitting the worst verses i've ever heard over some shit crunk beat for the clubs. Thats a blatant grab for cash, its like they aint got skills so lets put our shit over a commercial beat and hope for the best.

Of course this sort of stuff has its place but this part of hip hop is too prominant right now imo.

The Antagonist
06-29-2006, 02:22 AM
Money the essence of Hip Hop? That is bullshit.
It never used to be. When NaS dropped illmatic is wasnt about the money, When Mobb Deep did The Imfamous it was for the love of the music, is it just me or when money becomes the main goal of an artist (think Nas, Mobb Deep, Jigga) thier material also becomes far weaker?

No, money isn't the essence of hip-hop. But times have also changed since "Nas dropped illmatic" and the way things are expressed are different. Groups like G-Unit represent a very real aspect of hip-hop. So dont take the term "real hip-hop" out of context, its really a worthless term. In fact, its all hip-hop. The only thing I can think of that deserves the title of "fake hip-hop" are the idiots that this topic is about. And dont get me wrong: I'm not saying people should like every artist there is, because theres a lot of really, really wack shit out there, but when people shut themselves off, thats rediculous. If you just indecriminantly say G-Unit sucks....Three 6 sucks...Rick Ross sucks...shit, why dont you just spray mase directly in your eyes and blind yourself to make it official.



I think thats what peeps are saying when they say the term real hip hop, they mean mcs and DJ's that do it for the love of the music and not just to sell a record (though obviously money is necessary) and i think this shows in the final product. So then why would i go cop50 Cents latest commercial record when i could go get Bronze Nazareth or someone else that's got something to say?
Yeah thats true. Really who I was targeting is the people who say, "Mainstream MCs SUCK! They have no content! I only listen to real hip-hop that has uber lyrics and is concious." Its just ironic, because these kids think they are so smart when they are the ones that are ignorant as fuck.



I'm not saying commercial rap doesnt hav its place but when that is the dominate type of music in hip hop there's a problem imo.
peace
Maybe. I really dont see it as a problem. I think the reality is that people are going to like the stuff where they can just listen to a tight beat and a tight chorus...theres always going to be the hip-hop heads who love those MCs and the ones Underground, In-Tha Ground...whatever. Its when people try to seperate the two and act like its some Star Wars shit, Rebels against the Empire...please. Thats the shit that pisses me off. And that shit has been going on a lot over the last couple years. Everybodys a critic now, and that includes dumbass kids that dont have a clue.

Punch
06-29-2006, 02:25 AM
^^But evidently enough people like it to make it go plat, so who are you to say what is "good".

Robert
06-29-2006, 02:26 AM
Illmatic and Infamous were about money, I mean saying they made that shit for the music is being a little naive.

This Us vs. Them, Real Hip-Hop vs. Pop Rap is really lame. It's all the same shit. G-Unit is saying the same shit as Ghost and Rae and Nas and Biggie and Mobb... The quality maybe different, but tehn again, there are plenty of "underground" rappers, and Wu Fam, that just plain suck.

Hip-Hop isn't dying, it never was.Good Hip-Hop is, and always has been out there. Now there are even more outlets for it, so why can't we all let everyone do what they want, make and listen to the type of music they want. It won't effect you if you don't let it.


Yeah but the beat choice and raps werent commercial in anyone's mind so i dont know how you how you can say they did it for the sole intention of money, and the money they talk of getting on those albums is drug money anyway.

The Antagonist
06-29-2006, 02:28 AM
^^But evidently enough people like it to make it go plat, so who are you to say what is "good".
I didn't say that did I? I thought I made it clear I think people should love hip-hop with an open mind.

The Antagonist
06-29-2006, 02:30 AM
Yeah but the beat choice and raps werent commercial in anyone's mind so i dont know how you how you can say they did it for the sole intention of money, and the money they talk of getting on those albums is drug money anyway.
I will say that the situation was somewhat different because being an MC wasn't the lucrative proffesion it is today. People getting into the mainstream hip-hop scene know exactly what kind of music to make and exactly how much money they can make.

Punch
06-29-2006, 02:33 AM
Yeah but the beat choice and raps werent commercial in anyone's mind so i dont know how you how you can say they did it for the sole intention of money, and the money they talk of getting on those albums is drug money anyway.

I didn't say that it was soley money, but the theme of getting paid runs throughout both albums metioned.
Why does it matter if it was drug money or not? The main goal, no matter how, is getting paid. Isn't that what all of our favorite rappers have told us?

Punch
06-29-2006, 02:34 AM
I will say that the situation was somewhat different because being an MC wasn't the lucrative proffesion it is today. People getting into the mainstream hip-hop scene know exactly what kind of music to make and exactly how much money they can make.
exactly. Commercial rap back then meant MC Hammer, Vanilla Ice. Now Hip-Hop is huge, with proven formulas for selling millions of records

Robert
06-29-2006, 02:35 AM
Is it getting paid from albums? Coz as far as i see it if you dont use commercial raps or beatsthen your main purpose aint money, thats just my opinion though
peace

Punch
06-29-2006, 02:44 AM
I see what you're saying, and I sort of agree. But when these artists talk so much about getting money, no matter how, you have to believe that it's important to them.
It's like these rappers who want to be actors. That shit bothers me more than anything. It's like they're using the music as a means to an end(once again that almighty dollar)

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 02:45 AM
^^Im not being a hypocritic, you can rap about wtf you want as long as thats done with skilled raps and dope beats. Why should someone who can hardly speak be credited for selling a million records? I know that money is important to the artist but you cant tell me that Gangstarr dropped Moment Of Truth to go platinum, they did that shit coz they believed in it.

Course they doin it for money, you got cats that cant even rhyme (DFB) spitting the worst verses i've ever heard over some shit crunk beat for the clubs. Thats a blatant grab for cash, its like they aint got skills so lets put our shit over a commercial beat and hope for the best.

Of course this sort of stuff has its place but this part of hip hop is too prominant right now imo.

how is it a grab for cash? sooo worst lyrics means you sell more? uhhhhh no. its just wats popular now. when ppl were lyrical in the 90s thats what was popular then. soo none of them were trying to grab for cash? just because lyrics arent good today they are trying to get cash hmmmmm sounds alittle stupid to me.

plus artists dont make sales off their albums fools. the label does.

back in the 90s wu tang and nas were commercial, in the 80s big daddy kane, rakim, etc were commercial but these days all the sudden being commercial is bad.

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 02:47 AM
I see what you're saying, and I sort of agree. But when these artists talk so much about getting money, no matter how, you have to believe that it's important to them.
It's like these rappers who want to be actors. That shit bothers me more than anything. It's like they're using the music as a means to an end(once again that almighty dollar)

BDK and Slick Rick had chains and shit. BDK bragged about the women and jewels he had.

same as rakim at one point.

sugar hill gang are less lyrical than the franchize boys so why are they hip hop but dem franchise boys arent?

thats hypocritical

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 02:54 AM
i said a hip hop the hippie the hippie
to the hip hip hop, a you dont stop
the rock it to the bang bang boogie say up jumped the boogie
to the rhythm of the boogie, the beat
now what you hear is not a test--i'm rappin to the beat
and me, the groove, and my friends are gonna try to move your feet
see i am wonder mike and i like to say hello
to the black, to the white, the red, and the brown, the purple and yellow
but first i gotta bang bang the boogie to the boogie
say up jump the boogie to the bang bang boogie
let's rock, you dont stop
rock the riddle that will make your body rock
well so far youve heard my voice but i brought two friends along
and next on the mike is my man hank
come on, hank, sing that song


Why is this hip hop?

Ain't too clean to wanna pop lock from left to right and make a lean,
Bobbin to da beat, check my feet, he ain't got these!
I rock them, bend my knees everytime the beat drop lean wit it, rock wit it, freeze before yo fingers pop
Purple lean, purple, green, grams in my socks
What the fuck you mean u ain't seen Buddie on tha block?!
They call me Doctor Doc, I prescribe what a nigga need
Make 'em lean and rock, old school people pat ya feet


and this isnt?

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:03 AM
Lol, DFB are more on the same lyrical level as a group from the eighties! Thats the problem imo, ppl care more about a club beat, something they can dance to then lyrics so as a result commercial rap generally has weak lyrics as you just proved. How is it good for hip hop that most of the rap out there is like that?
answer me that

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:04 AM
How do artists make money sir if they dont off there albums?

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 03:06 AM
what wrong with it? the south is more party oriented whats wrong with that? why is it wrong to dance to music? why does every song have to be super lyrical?

you really gonna dance to some damn immortal technique? that fool is boring. A balance of both is good, which is what i have. to say the south is not hip hop or to say u have to be super lyrical to be hip hop is stupid.

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 03:09 AM
How do artists make money sir if they dont off there albums?

its good that u ask me this because i am in college to learn about the music industry.

artists make money threw guest appearances, performances, etc... this is why when ur fav artist coems to your town u should go support cause this is where they get most of their money.

The label gets most of the money from sales, a new artist gets chump change for each record sold. if you are more established like a 50 cent you can negotiate more money caue you have already proven that you can bring in money.

owning your publishing rights is VERY rare. this is why artists venture into other things like clothing lines, alcohols, etc.....

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:10 AM
Nah it dont have to be super lyrical i agree wit that but for me it at least has to be above a third level of english which isnt asking much, i agree that there's a place for commercial stuff but it shouldnt dominate

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:11 AM
Yeah but if you go plat you make a lot of cash? or not?

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 03:12 AM
if you dont want it to dominate then start buying ur favorite lyrical rappers. if you do the labels will sign more lyrical rappers.

labels cater to the audience buying the albums if wu tang is selling they gonna get more ppl like wu tang.

and with all the members on this site i dont see why wu members dont go gold every time

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:13 AM
Yeah too many ppl download albums thats the problem

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 03:14 AM
Yeah but if you go plat you make a lot of cash? or not?

not the first album. like i said as a new artist you only make a few cents each album sold. so say ur getting $.9 per album sold (real numbers for a new artist depending on popularity) and you sell a million records lol. do 9 cents x 1 million

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:17 AM
hmmmm, thats terrible

Robert
06-29-2006, 03:17 AM
believe me i do still buy albums but not many ppl do

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 03:21 AM
true story support the concerts. buying their album just makes sure they dont lose their record deal lol and puts them in a better position to negotiate money so yeah.

support ur fav artists and stop bitching about whats selling.

maestro wooz
06-29-2006, 03:27 AM
its not dying now
its always dying
there were rappers who were proud to be underground in 96
they dissed the mainstream
its always gonna be like that
you just dont remember the trash cause it gets thrown out
how many cd's did coolio sell?
who remembers him now?
hes not important to hip hop
"mainstream" is just whatever the fad is at the time
all the "hip hop is dying talk" is just hogwash
and so are the people who try to defend commercial rap
sure, some of it is good. There are talented artists that can actually sell recods
BUT
are you gonna tell me, that lil wayne is better then doom?
ti is better then bronze nazareth?
majority of commercial rap sucks
it always has and always will
hip hops not dying
and
mainstream sucks

ShaDynasty
06-29-2006, 04:02 AM
not the first album. like i said as a new artist you only make a few cents each album sold. so say ur getting $.9 per album sold (real numbers for a new artist depending on popularity) and you sell a million records lol. do 9 cents x 1 million
you be lucky to get $0.9 on a major label, independent maybe, but a major people usually get $0.3 or $0.4, cats need to get control of their publishing, get their own labels and shit
only place you makin money is the tours

JackTrippa718JR
06-29-2006, 06:10 AM
Will everyone please stop with these threads. Hip Hop being dead is all matter of opinion. It depends who you ask. And if you ask me it's alive and kicking. There's so much hip hop out there and so many choices from underground to mainstream. It will never die as long as there is a demand for it. Which there always will be.

The Antagonist
06-29-2006, 02:57 PM
its not dying now
BUT
are you gonna tell me, that lil wayne is better then doom?
ti is better then bronze nazareth?
majority of commercial rap sucks
it always has and always will
hip hops not dying
and
mainstream sucks
You totally missed the point. Everybody fucking knows that "underground" MCs are better than mainstream ones....lyrically. Right...mainstream sucks...thats why millions of people buy their records and that shit gets bumped in clubs all night.

tacle
06-29-2006, 04:00 PM
Oh and er.... antagonist sorry to get you out of your pram.

Cryin' like that, relax and calm down, a fat paragraph cryin', now that is a fag.

Hold that shit.

needs to be, needs to be...

Prolifical ENG
06-29-2006, 04:06 PM
the internet cant kill hip-hop.

what percentage of people that are fans of hiphop post on message boards on the internet? lol

Da Dishonourable Don
06-29-2006, 05:10 PM
the only thing that killed hiphop was Puffy{P.DIDDY}! fareal!

that and mixing r&b with rap, fuck blingbling and whips, where's the black hoody champs and rugged tims and tucs?

Da Problem Child
06-29-2006, 05:12 PM
G-Unit is not killing hip hop,All these garbage songs is killing hip hop and the faggot ass bootleggers

Eddie
06-29-2006, 07:22 PM
Know Hus Really Killing hip hop. Dem Franchise Boyz and D4L. G-unti is pretty straight they got some ill people. Yayo and Loc are trash MOP and Ma$e fell off. But Rest are straight.

Bone Collecta
06-29-2006, 08:43 PM
the only thing that killed hiphop was Puffy{P.DIDDY}! fareal!

that and mixing r&b with rap, fuck blingbling and whips, where's the black hoody champs and rugged tims and tucs?

yo stupid NY started that jewelry stunting shit in hip hop. sooo its wrong when the south does it? fuuuck that and fuuuuuck yooooouu

Dr Zayus
06-29-2006, 10:34 PM
Let em know what time it is maaayne

Antibody
06-30-2006, 02:12 PM
Know Hus Really Killing hip hop. Dem Franchise Boyz and D4L. G-unti is pretty straight they got some ill people. Yayo and Loc are trash MOP and Ma$e fell off. But Rest are straight.

I agree, people just hate G-Unit because theyre famous but they're way better than most of the mainstream artists right now.
Actually Yayo can actually be a decent rapper sometimes, when he tries, but his album sucked.

Eddie
06-30-2006, 02:14 PM
I agree, people just hate G-Unit because theyre famous but they're way better than most of the mainstream artists right now.
Actually Yayo can actually be a decent rapper sometimes, when he tries, but his album sucked.


mehh i jus dun like yayp but banks buck mobb aare dope

maestro wooz
06-30-2006, 10:06 PM
You totally missed the point. Everybody fucking knows that "underground" MCs are better than mainstream ones....lyrically. Right...mainstream sucks...thats why millions of people buy their records and that shit gets bumped in clubs all night.
millions of germans thought the holocaust was a good idea. The majority can be wrong, and often is especially when one thing gets almost no coverage and the other thing gets all the coverage.

Unforgiven
06-30-2006, 10:52 PM
and this is why kids today don't listen to older hip hop, because its boring, they don't wanna hear knowledge, they want something they can dance to, something that can pump them up and wu-tang doesn't cut it anymore. I personally don't let shit limit what I listen to, if I like it, I like it. I like to listen go G-Unit, I like to listen to Three 6 Mafia, I like to listen to Wu-Tang Clan and Boot Camp Clik.

The Antagonist
07-01-2006, 04:34 AM
millions of germans thought the holocaust was a good idea. The majority can be wrong, and often is especially when one thing gets almost no coverage and the other thing gets all the coverage.
Right. Were talking about music, not idealogies. I'm pretty sure millions of people wont die because people like mainsteam hip-hop...