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  1. #46

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGambino View Post
    why would u care if raekwon is on dr dre's label
    yeah i know it's not like your personally invested in him or something

    dont understand how all these people can muster up all this hatred for people they don't even really know...did 50 cent cut you off in traffic or something? lol
    Reign supreme in your U-N-I,
    V-E-R-S-E with the sharpness,
    narrow row building no space for partners,
    no space for drivers, no space for walkers,
    no space regardless,
    your on my path then get off it,
    hardheaded and unresponsive,
    get they lives put on target with harshness,
    come with the canons sparkin' they darken,
    who am i? one man squadron.




  2. #47

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    Quote Originally Posted by White_Mouse View Post
    wow i mean i USED to like 50. One of my favorite albums of ALL TIME is definitle "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" Pretty much an essential if someone was to put together a collection of "definitive hip-hop" 50 was also pretty good in his underground stuff. his secod album was PURE TRASH. Scott Storch's beats are maybe TOO accesible and DO NOT sound good with 50. Candy Shop REALLY SUCKED. also compare the rap battles of "8 Mile" with the one's in "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" (the movie) and you'll see that em could MURK 50 in a battle in his sleep!
    what do you think of the hi-tek, buckwild, and J.R. beats on it?
    Reign supreme in your U-N-I,
    V-E-R-S-E with the sharpness,
    narrow row building no space for partners,
    no space for drivers, no space for walkers,
    no space regardless,
    your on my path then get off it,
    hardheaded and unresponsive,
    get they lives put on target with harshness,
    come with the canons sparkin' they darken,
    who am i? one man squadron.




  3. #48

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    Whats he surprise here?

    WU TANG CLAN was like the biggest rap group in the world in 1990's and legends in New York....its not surprising at all to me

    What the fuck do think G UNIT listened to in the 1990's growing up in New York???? WU TANG, MOBB DEEP, BIGGIE, etc
    "Rap has gradually degenerated from an art form into a ring tone"

    "We got the tape Nigga"- Raekwon live in Toronto

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