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    I have no respect for someone who is from London, 19 years old and listens to Lil B. U just a young faggot ! Need i say more.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolin Bloody Sword View Post
    I have no respect for someone who is from London, 19 years old who listens to Lil B. U just a young faggot ! Need i say more.....
    u nailed it!

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    Age doesn't really matter. I know this 14 year old kid and he has better taste than 99% of the people out there who listen to garbage. When you're actually thinking while listening to music, the age doesn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolin Bloody Sword View Post
    I have no respect for someone who is from London, 19 years old who listens to Lil B. U just a young faggot ! Need i say more.....
    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    u nailed it!
    Lulz, y'all butthurt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    Age doesn't really matter. I know this 14 year old kid and he has better taste than 99% of the people out there who listen to garbage. When you're actually thinking while listening to music, the age doesn't matter.
    I know man ! When i was that age i was into Onyx, Wu-Tang and them. I just dont have respect for that batti boy from London. He needs to have a broom inserted in his culo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolin Bloody Sword View Post
    I know man ! When i was that age i was into Onyx, Wu-Tang and them. I just dont have respect for that batti boy from London. He needs to have a broom inserted in his culo.
    cīmon man, we were 14 listening to wu-tang, mobb deep and onyx because we must admit, that was what was hot then, if I was born 10 years later maybe i was listening to lil wayne or to lil b thinkin he was the greatest, or even not listening to hip-hop at all, although what i really liked about 90īs hip-hop was the boom-bap, and nowdays hip-hop dont have that shit.

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    Well Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, kriss kross, So so def, and many other mainstream artists were hot too. I would say my older brother had a huge influence in my taste in Hip-hop. He used to play 6 feet deep (Gravediggaz) in the house when i was like 11 or 12 years old. We grew up in the golden era of Hip-hop.... Back then commercial and real hip-hop had exposure; unlike now.

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    Y'all are overreacting, lulz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaolin Bloody Sword View Post
    Well Vanilla Ice, MC Hammer, kriss kross, So so def, and many other mainstream artists were hot too. I would say my older brother had a huge influence in my taste in Hip-hop. He used to play 6 feet deep (Gravediggaz) in the house when i was like 11 or 12 years old. We grew up in the golden era of Hip-hop.... Back then commercial and real hip-hop had exposure; unlike now.
    I remember when Kris Kross was hot, and I was a lil kid, I remember vibin to their music a lot when I was really young, their music was funny, lol, but i didnt took their music seriously, I started listening to hip-hop because of skateboarding, first I was into beastie boys, house of pain and cypress hill, but then i discovered resturn to 36 chambers by odb, then wu-tang, then mobb deep, then it was written by nas, then cnn...i really liked nyc sound back then, i miss that boom-bap hip-hop, specially QB mobb deep dark boom-bap, that was my shit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    Journalist album is definitely a good album, but I still prefer Gas Mask.
    BOTH THOSE ALBUMS ARE ASS
    EURO RAPPERs? ROFL

    ROC MARCIANOS TRACK ON P BROS GAS ALBUM SHITS ON BOTH THOSE WACK ALBUMS

    ^ TOO GANGSTA FOR THE BURBS


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    I think Reloaded is dope as fuck. To me, the only albums in 2012 near it are Trophies and Dice Game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laolu View Post
    dude, nobody that listents to real classic rap listens to lil b, so quit trying please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laolu View Post
    you just mad that hoes lay bread on roc marciano like deli meat.
    lol

    i like how all the roc marcy fans are real and the haters are all secondaries


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    Quote Originally Posted by WACKCLOUD AKA FLOOR TILE TANK View Post
    BOTH THOSE ALBUMS ARE ASS
    EURO RAPPERs? ROFL

    ROC MARCIANOS TRACK ON P BROS GAS ALBUM SHITS ON BOTH THOSE WACK ALBUMS

    ^ TOO GANGSTA FOR THE BURBS
    dude, this track is dope as fuck, this shit is funky, but his new album is nothing like this, like I said, his new album is very dark, it gives me a sad feeling, i got depressed when i tried to listen to it for the first time today.
    Last edited by Apocalypse; 11-15-2012 at 04:17 PM.

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