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Old 08-06-2012, 03:45 PM   #51
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LMAO you did a complete 180 on that song.
After I typed that I decided to listen to the song again,and I realized how ridiculous it sounded.I don't think I ever changed my opinion on a song so quick.lol

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Old 08-06-2012, 03:46 PM   #52
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You're talking about La La La right?

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Old 08-06-2012, 03:48 PM   #53
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You're talking about La La La right?
Yeah,Once Snoop kicked in I did a

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Yeah,Once Snoop kicked in I did a


"And I suppose that you never know ohhhh, you reap what you sow! can block a con't when the peas donfie grow. Nooooo"

Um what?

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Old 08-06-2012, 04:04 PM   #55
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You're talking about La La La right?
Just listened to it for the first time... La La La? More like "Nah... nah. Nah." That's all I could say after hearing it.

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After I typed that I decided to listen to the song again,and I realized how ridiculous it sounded.I don't think I ever changed my opinion on a song so quick.lol
After hearing it, I wholeheartedly agree... and the Eric Andre show is hilarious btw lol.

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"And I suppose that you never know ohhhh, you reap what you sow! can block a con't when the peas donfie grow. Nooooo"

Um what?
That GIF makes it even funnier. Yeah, Snoop... You do reap what you sow, and what you're sowing right now is just wrong.

No one could have foreseen this **** coming from Snoop in the 90's.

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Old 08-06-2012, 04:19 PM   #56
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After hearing it, I wholeheartedly agree... and the Eric Andre show is hilarious btw lol.
Yeah the song is a mess ,and I love the Eric Andre Show That's my current obsession.

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I like Eric Andre's sidekick that looks exactly like Elzhi. He's the funniest part of the show for me.

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Old 08-06-2012, 04:41 PM   #58
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Yeah Hannibal is pretty funny.The Tatyana Ali interview was the funniest imo.She looked legit scared.lol The Sinbad interview was great too.

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Old 08-07-2012, 02:55 AM   #59
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Hm... Supposedly, Wayne's putting his rapping on hold in order to focus his attention on skateboarding.

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Old 08-10-2012, 03:23 AM   #61
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This new Kristoff Krane cd fanfaronade is dope

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Old 08-10-2012, 04:08 PM   #62
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You know who I miss making big mainstream albums? Twista. Slow Jamz just came on my iTunes and it had me thinking when was the was the last time I heard his song being played a lot was Girl Tonight. I mean his recent verse on World Wide Choppers>>>>>>>>>>>everyone else on that track
I wish he'd sign with GOOD Music. I'm actually kinda surprised he hasnt. He'd kill on that label. Or even MMG and I dont even like Rick Ross, but that label is attracting successful talent and good beats


Honestly the same thing with Lloyd Banks. Really talented guy, although I hate his voice change, but because he's on G-Unit he's not getting any decent beats or really that much push. I think he'd do really well on GOOD music or MMG

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I'm still surprised Stalley joined up with MMG. Dude is too good for the label if you ask me.

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Old 08-10-2012, 04:24 PM   #64
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Ive never heard Staley. MMG theyre not bad rappers, personally I like Wale a lot, but Meek Mill, Ross, and Omarion (as a singer) arent that good. Meek is okay, but I dont see what the hype is about

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Listen to Stalley. He's the best of the bunch by far if you ask me.

Try "Sound of Silence", "Address", "Hammers & Vogues", "Petrin Hill Peonies"

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I think MMG is a pretty solid label. I'm glad Stalley got signed. Dude is dope. That Savage Journey to the American Dream stays in constant rotation. I also got Rockie Fresh's tape since he joined MMG to see what the buzz was about. Dude is alright. Some of his songs is cool. Wale is cool. I like his earlier stuff though.

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I think MMG is a pretty solid label. I'm glad Stalley got signed. Dude is dope. That Savage Journey to the American Dream stays in constant rotation. I also got Rockie Fresh's tape since he joined MMG to see what the buzz was about. Dude is alright. Some of his songs is cool. Wale is cool. I like his earlier stuff though.
Wale's earlier stuff is cool, not his new ****. Meek Mill is solid because he can actually spit verses.

But the biggest problem with MMG is that Rick Ross is a completely fake persona and a person who consistently puts out some of the worst verses in rap. Don't get me wrong, the beats he spits on are SO HOT. He works with great producers. However, every one of his verses uses the same formula. He talks about numbers (usually referring to money or how much he spends), colors (referring to either shoes or cars), a letter/number combo designation (that refers to a car or another vehicle like a G5 plane), and his "women". It's gotten old real fast.

Not to mention that he is unable to produce a hit without at least one or two other artists featured on his track, and that he constantly repeats himself multiple times in every song. At this point, I wish he would go away or that Slaughterhouse had the recognition he does.

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I dunno about that Worldwide Choppers comment. I think Busta showed up everybody on that track for real

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anyone getting excited for Slaughterhouse's Shady debut? it comes out Aug.28th their newest single from the album is killer its called "Goodbye"

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anyone getting excited for Slaughterhouse's Shady debut? it comes out Aug.28th their newest single from the album is killer its called "Goodbye"
Besides that Goodbye song, everything else I've heard so far sounds like trash.

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i wish they'd quit playing rick ross on the radio

musically he has some of the best beats under him, but his cadence, delivery, flow are mediocre and subpar. his lyrics are horrible most of the time too. he'll rhyme like three straight lines with the same end word

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Besides that Goodbye song, everything else I've heard so far sounds like trash.
Yup. Still have some hope for the album, but it appears signing to Shady was a disaster musically.

When I heard about Shady 2.0 I was excited as ****. I thought bringing some underground talent would be a good influence on Em, but he's just been a bad influence to them instead. They all just rap awful punchlines now.

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Yup. Still have some hope for the album, but it appears signing to Shady was a disaster musically.

When I heard about Shady 2.0 I was excited as ****. I thought bringing some underground talent would be a good influence on Em, but he's just been a bad influence to them instead. They all just rap awful punchlines now.
Agreed. When I first saw the cover of Shady 2.0 on XXL, I was excited as hell! But now, that excitement has died for me. Yelawolf and Slaughterhouse need to stay in their lanes and try not to go to Em's. Cause they are not good at it. Slaughterhouse has been out shined by Cee-Lo and Swizz Beatz, in my opinion. I can't recite one rhyme from them in the songs they've dropped because the production just flows over them. They need those 'Microphone' type of beats, where you can hear them. That 'Goodbye' song is the only good song I've heard, so far.

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I dont think they've gotten awful or really bad. Then again I've only heard 3 of their new songs. My Life is eh, Goodbye is okay, but I like Hammer Dance

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musically he has some of the best beats under him, but his cadence, delivery, flow are mediocre and subpar. his lyrics are horrible most of the time too. he'll rhyme like three straight lines with the same end word
I like some of this songs, but it's for the beats or the other artists he has on the song. I can't remember ever really liking a verse by him. I dont ever see myself buying a whole album by him.

But MTV calling him the #1 hottest MC in the game? Bull.
And Im not even talking skill but over Jay, Kanye, Lil Wayne and Drake (who I dont even like)? Hell no


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