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    Default sometimes Gza's rap style is like...

    Keyser Soze in the police interogation room...

    the way he sometimes takes words and concepts and makes a story of them

    like "labels"

    or like "breaker breaker"

    or like on the grandmasters album where he takes chess terminology and

    weaves it together to make stories

    keyser soze style

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    i know what you mean. i really like when he goes into that mood, that's why i think liquid swords was so ill, partically, his tone. Its just , sometimes, harsh and unforgiving.


    I also like when he goes into his 'evil scheme' flow like with UZI

    he just sounds exactly how that video depicted, plotting in the dark.





    his new old guy flow is really ill for songs that are supposed to sound like he's reading, and that one epic beat song on grandmasters i can't remember where due to the hellish events a guys days were numbered.

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    Yeah it sounds all good on some of his tracks,but he needs to realise that his style was laid back when he was younger,if hes any more laid back he mite aswell sleep

    Look at KRSONE he still expresses on the mic with energy ,Some of theses wu dudes need to go back to what made them like yeah of corse the lyrics will change and the sound of voice will but stick to something at least tht made you,because right now they trying to hard to sound like the young dudes whove got those new flows,stick to what made you original man!
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    ^^exactly

    gza changed after liquid swords which i believe was his greatest album

    beneath the surfaced used different production than what i was used to, but still liked it

    also his lyrical style changed too

    he should go back to the liquid sword style

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    tsa ur thinkin of unprotected pieces, thats where the lines from, and yea remember though, the gza dont get mad, he got mad styles of his own. I love that flow on killah hills it sounds so masterful, like hes got hostages tied up in the studio while hes rappin about his man muhammed from afghanistan who grew up in iran.

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    the nigga runs a neighborhood news stand!...

    for some reason i love the "he set bombs in bottles of champaign, and when niggas pop the cork, niggas lost half they brains"

    some genius devilish charles bronson shit

    gza was on the top of his game on that album



    i love the freaky intro to that album with the kid talking and freaky music

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    Gza's verse on 'back in the game' is what keeps me listening to that over and over

    a spade in the club with the heart to wear diamonds
    tha high roller who got credit upon signing
    they look puzzled when i shuffle, most of them stunned by the hustle


    i love those gambling metaphors

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    Quote Originally Posted by diggy View Post
    the nigga runs a neighborhood news stand!...

    for some reason i love the "he set bombs in bottles of champaign, and when niggas pop the cork, niggas lost half they brains"

    some genius devilish charles bronson shit

    gza was on the top of his game on that album



    i love the freaky intro to that album with the kid talking and freaky music
    word up i love that shit too

    the story and lyrical content of that song is impeccable

    "4 hundered pounds of reefa and 50 immigrants with fake visas"

    thats my nigga.
    We do it for the people.





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    Quote Originally Posted by diggy View Post
    Gza's verse on 'back in the game' is what keeps me listening to that over and over

    a spade in the club with the heart to wear diamonds
    tha high roller who got credit upon signing
    they look puzzled when i shuffle, most of them stunned by the hustle


    i love those gambling metaphors
    YEAH! thats wut im fuckin talkin about, this is why hes my fav mc tied with g rap.

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    I use less men, more powerful shit for my team
    Like my man Muhammad from Afghanistan
    Grew up in Iran, the nigga runs a neighborhood newsstand
    A wild Middle Eastern, bomb specialist
    Intiated, at eleven to be a terrorist
    He set bombs in bottles of champagne
    And when niggaz popped the cork, niggaz lost half they brains
    Like this ex-worker, tried to smuggle a half a key
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    They say his pirate limp gave him away
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    he's the bestest

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