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    Default Your favorite deceased artists. (That passed away young or unexpected)

    Who is your favorite dead rapper that passed away young and why would you want them around and active today? Also if you like; the same question for non rap artists.

    Big L : I think he may have reached Jay Z level skills, fortune, and fame. I would have loved to hear L grow through albums. I think he would have grown to reach massive record sales. I wonder how his raps and flow would have changed as he gained more success and wealth?

    Non Rap:
    Dimebag aka Dimebag Darrell aka Darrell Abbott : Most known as the Pantera guitar player. His style was so unique, I haven't heard a guitar groove like his. His guitar sound played like lead and rhythm at the same time. He definitely had the talent of at least two guitar masters. I think his talent would have grown into something I can't imagine.

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    Big L and Dime you were two of the best musical artists ever.

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    Big Pun.


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    Tupac

    Non Rap: Kurt Cobain of Nirvana



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    Marvin Gaye. Shuggie Otis.
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    too poetic

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    J Dilla

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    Big Pun, Poetic, Eazy E, JDilla, ODB

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    Nujabes, J Dilla, Too Poetic, Biggie

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    Big L, ODB, Jay Dee
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    Kurt Cobain, Pun, Self Scientifik, Whitney Houston



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    wow no mention of GURU??

    1. GURU
    1. J DILLA
    3. "Ol' Dirty Bastard"
    4. Big L
    5. Big Punisher

    loads of others too, and it's pretty hard to rank but i would like to put up both Paul C. and of course Tupac Shakur.



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    Big L and Cobain
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    not to give a long drawn out response

    Big L
    Big Pun
    Too Poetic

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    Quote Originally Posted by claaa7 View Post
    wow no mention of GURU??

    1. GURU
    1. J DILLA
    3. "Ol' Dirty Bastard"
    4. Big L
    5. Big Punisher

    loads of others too, and it's pretty hard to rank but i would like to put up both Paul C. and of course Tupac Shakur.
    Gifted Universal Ryhmes Unlimited he definitely up there

    as far as soul singers gotta say

    Donny Hathaway
    Gil Scott-Heron

    Jazz
    Coltrane
    Stanley Turrentine
    Miles

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