Originally Posted by Apocalypse
dude, at least Get Rich Or Die Trying brought street hip-hop back, before him hip-hop was all R & B R.Kelly influenced.
and as much as I love Ready To Die the guy that wrote this article got a point on his view on why that LP helped to ruin hiphop.
yup bak wen gangster rap was mainstream hip hop instead of hip pop. at least 50 did that, the most poppiest club song on the radio was in da club bak in the days, and even that was pretty bangin. in todays time, that song would be gangster as fuck, and wouldnt be played on the radio cuz they only play soft music now