Old School Cash Money was dope as fuck. They dropped mad gold.
No Limit and Cash Money were both wack for the most part, but Cash Money was wack in a beautiful, genius kind of way.
Although, old school Young Bleed is some of my favorite shit. Mystikal was pretty dope too, but as a whole, I never really got into that bullshit.
And despite their subject matter and frequent nonsense, all 3 of the hot boyz spit fire at times. They may not have been consistent, but on occasion, they all ripped shit.
Manny Fresh made dope beats. Obviously, not a great rapper, but he was consistent. He always rapped the same verse, essentially, but it was OK. Baby was kind of shitty, but he was also il at times, like when he says "Truly Beautiful" or sings "That's Lovely."
They made ill songs that were catchy as fuck, they made girls at parties girate their asscheeks on your dills because of their dope beats, and they were still grimey.
Hot Boyz were ill. BIg Tymers cds were aweful and yet great at the same time. And the Wayne, Juve, and BG all put out solid solos. Especially Juve.
Old School No Limit was similar in strategy, but diluted with shitty off-shoots. And I was never a Master P fan, as a rapper.
I guess it depends on personal opinion, but as a unit, Im all about early Cash Money.
Last edited by Wu-Tang Forum Internet Poster; 03-29-2009 at 08:57 PM.
Originally Posted by Tectrus Moa
I'm sorry? Negro English? I think you mean Ebonics.
Master P - Ghetto D
Master P - Ghetto D (10th Anniv.)
Master P - Ghetto Postage
Master P - 99 Ways to Die
TRU - tru 2 Da Game
Mac - Shell Shocked
Soulja Slim - Give It To Em Raw
Mr Serv-on - Da Next Level
Snoop Dogg - Top Dogg
Snoop Dogg - Da Game is Meant to be Sold, Not Told
Skull Duggery - These Wicked Streets
Kane & Abel - The 7 Sins
Mystikal - Ghetto Fabulous
Fiend - Theres One in Every Family
I Got The Hookup Soundtrack
504 Boyz - Goodfellas
although i dont fuck wit him at all, mannie fresh deserves waaay more respect in tha hip hop world... even at a young age i was always amazed at how he was making modern beats from scratch.. never taking anything from other artists or directly sampling... he is tha epitome of a "producer"...