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    Default why Jay-Z will never be the GOAT :

    because he looked stupid on this classic with Big L the GOD!



    theres some parts on the freestyle where Hova even chokes...
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    they both RIPPED it and of course L shined over a young Jigga. duh ,B. rest in power BIG L

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    Default Old Jay-Z -H.O.V.A. !!!!!!!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tp8MEqaJOc0

    does someone got mp3 of this !!!!!

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    Damn that's a classic right there, I used to have this instrumental on an old cd back in 02-03

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    Lets be real....RD, BP, and even the Black Album are better than ANY Big L album.

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    "And even Black album"??

    You make it sound like if the Black Album was mediocre or something. Shit was hot!
    -----> Check newly released "Genesis, vol 2" beat mixtape available on all streaming services.
    -----> Check Rev. William Burks aka Chuuuch "Nigowkno", "Runnit" and "Ganja"
    -----> Check also on Spotify, Tidal or Apple Music: KAMi "Genesis, vol 1"

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    I'll take L's album over BP & BA





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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanha View Post
    "And even Black album"??

    You make it sound like if the Black Album was mediocre or something. Shit was hot!
    Nah bro, I didn't mean it like that, I just meant that it wasn't as good as the aforementioned BP and RD. It's probably Jigga's third best but it's still better than any Big L album.

    Quote Originally Posted by MaskedAvenger View Post
    I'll take L's album over BP & BA
    Would you take it over RD?

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    I agree big L ripped that over jay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    Nah bro, I didn't mean it like that, I just meant that it wasn't as good as the aforementioned BP and RD. It's probably Jigga's third best but it's still better than any Big L album.



    Would you take it over RD?
    No, RD i would say is better although they are different and difficult to compare. I would listen to these two albums when I'm in two totally different moods.





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    Quote Originally Posted by MaskedAvenger View Post
    No, RD i would say is better although they are different and difficult to compare. I would listen to these two albums when I'm in two totally different moods.
    True. I also feel that Big L is a case of unfulfilled potential. If he got a production team with a vision, he could've made one of the top 10 hip hop albums imo.

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    The reason I prefer it to The Blueprint is because even thought The Blueprint is a good album, it has a lot of corny shit on there as well that will make me hit the skip button, while Lifestylez I can pretty much play from start to finish, I'm not saying that every track is great but there is no corny shit on it that makes me hit skip if I'm in the mood for Big L.





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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    True. I also feel that Big L is a case of unfulfilled potential. If he got a production team with a vision, he could've made one of the top 10 hip hop albums imo.
    Wtf

    d.i.t.c. was arguably the greatest prod team of all time

    lifestylez is a classic in my book
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    Quote Originally Posted by JASPER BEARDLY View Post
    Wtf

    d.i.t.c. was arguably the greatest prod team of all time

    lifestylez is a classic in my book
    Those beats haven't aged that well to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJR View Post
    Those beats haven't aged that well to me.


    I agree d.i.t.c beats seem dated from what I have heard.

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