Welcome to this episode of Rap Pokemon.
A 50 Cent Appears...
50 Cent uses off the cuff remark on radio show...
GZA gets angry...
GZA' uses paper plates attack...
It wasnt very effective...
It wasnt effective, Ether was.
No one gave a fuck about Paper Plates, but they did Ether.
Gza sounded like he was half asleep like Sly Stalones mouth, Nas didnt.
But lyrically Paper Plates is a much better.
Ether is madly overrated.
GZA dont want to see his own wife in a porno, or 50 taking Young Justice shopping in Toys r Us.
Mannnnnn Gza dont sound like he's half asleep on Paper Plate....it sound like hes just holdin the mic, face to face with 50, just givin it to him. for years i hoped a wu member would just kill a rapper on a track. gza made it happen, on a fuckin slow gritty ass rza track....shit was amazing. prob one of the best diss tracks...lyrically. Ether had that hype though.....but if Paper Plate dropped back around when Ether did............
crack smoke impaired judgement??
Last edited by NIKLZ; 03-22-2012 at 06:19 AM.
I agree with threadstarter.
Originally Posted by CharlesJones
It's by far the best hip hop diss track I've heard, lyrically. I mean nothing even comes close to it. But yeah, it's completely uneffective. Basically there's just no point in somebody as little known as Gza doing a diss track about a popstar.
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i agree with Senator. ether had a bigger impact (Plates didn't even had an impact), and will be put amongst the greatest disses of hip hop, but GZA did his thing intellectually.
I rock hoes, y'all rock fellas was funny though.
Technically it may have been better, but as far as dope lines and shit that really got to the recipiant, Ether was far batter.
Paper Plates really dont go that hard at fifty, so in terms of a hip-hop track, lyrically its dope, but it completly failed to do what a diss track is for, so in that instance i think Ether is far better lyrically.
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