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I gotta give you props for being consistent with your irrationality.

We all know you really don't believe any of the **** you're saying but the front you put up is admirable.
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I think the main problem with meek diss was the delivery. Son legitimately sounded the WORST he could have on a diss track. Like you know it's bad when dudes are saying "Yall didn't go look up the lyrics, Yall don't understand what he was tryna say"
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back to back is fire. I don't see the "aim at women" vibe to it, there wasn't really a catchy hook women sing along to. I felt like drake executed his bars better, lowered the beat/instrumentals and said his punch lines. Meanwhile, meek mumbled through everything with the beat still going loud like he wasn't even trying to throw the shots. Like someone here said a long time ago, "Meek needs to enunciate his words". Dude talks like he's got braces on. 

 

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I gotta give you props for being consistent with your irrationality.

We all know you really don't believe any of the **** you're saying but the front you put up is admirable.

Repped. I laughed.
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back to back is fire. I don't see the "aim at women" vibe to it, there wasn't really a catchy hook women sing along to. I felt like drake executed his bars better, lowered the beat/instrumentals and said his punch lines. Meanwhile, meek mumbled through everything like he wasn't even trying to throw the shots. 

I see more women hash tagging those punchlines on FB, IG and Twitter than men. I think his disses were wittier than Meek's for sure but women eating that **** up like crazy. Song is a club hit, sounds like a single from Nothing Was the Same.
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post #8765 of 14064

its drake the females love him, what you expect :rollin

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Word, like there wasn't beefs in between jay z vs nas and now lol like when it was 50 vs game I don't remember anyone being like "well jay z vs nas...." Etc

50 vs Game is way more "entertaining" than this trash. Game came hard with his 300 bars, etc

This Cornball Drake AND Weak Mill BOTH came with NOTHING "memorable" as far as the music go. The crazy thing is when people talk about this "Hiphop music/Rap" diss, it's about the internet memes and not how dope the actual records are.
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Honestly does it make Yall feel better when Yall don't like a song to say "hood dudes" don't rock w/ it, or women/"white America" rock with it? Lol

I've never not liked a song and been like. This is for white America and women laugh.gif like if I don't like it I don't like it...why do Yall say stuff like that
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Anyone arguing Meeks diss is better than Drake just needs to be ignored forever. I remember a interview with Drake saying he wants his diss records to be club smashes back when he was beefing with Common.

He managed to do that with back to back and destroy Meek. Nothing about Meeks diss was listenable, and the over hype probably due to the song not being ready destroyed him before he even dropped.

That fact that he's trying to let this all fade away like people aren't going to continue to clown him is laughable. The fact is your a below average rapper from the street of Philly that made a few great songs. End
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its cool to hate on this generation, that nostalgia 

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I feel like people forgot Drake responded to Kendrick.

Definitely had better bars than that "tuck a sensitive rapper in his pajama clothes" dudes cling to lol. Double/Triple entendres.

Juicy J washed Drake on this tho. Don't debate me laugh.gif


Hell yeah Juicy washed him... damn Juicy came proper on this sick.gifpimp.gif

Never really messed with Juicy like that, but his last album was the best (to me) that dropped that year.

Still gets heavy play from me.

Will support Juicy J.

For me it was

My Name Is My Name
The Brown Tape
Stay Trippy

Nothing else was better that year

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Juicy J been spitting struggle bars since the early 90's....

the fact that people like him now is a prime example of how pop culture loves dumbed down raps

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Juicy J?

Yall serious?

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Juicy J tho? Don't get me wrong, i used to listen to Three 6 Mafia.. but...

Juicy J >>> Drake >>> hangnail >>> locking your keys in the car >>> Meek Mill
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I feel like 2013 was a real bad year for Hip Hop. A$AP Ferg, Juicy J and Pusha T are the only albums I can think of off the top of my head that I liked that year.


Some real good R&B albums that year though smokin.gifsmokin.gifsmokin.gif
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post #8772 of 14064

the last good year in hop hop was 2011

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the reason why Meek's diss track wasn't quotable or "hashtag-able" is because his punchlines weren't that great IMO and not executed properly for it to be memorable. You can easily say "world tour or your girl's tour", but whose going to remember "when **** went down with chris, you wrote a check". 

 

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Commercially maybe...

Good music is still being made if you know where to get it from and aren't relying on the machine to tell you who to listen to.
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Back to back sounds like a Drake song the same way Takeover sounds like a Hov song. Ya'll are wilding with this "traditional diss song" vs "club record" nonsense. "Wanna Know" isn't even that bad a diss song lyrically, but in the context of the situation it just doesn't do much for him.
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laugh.gif at traditional diss song
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****** calling the beef wack because it is. The disses are trash. All of them. All three songs are soft.

We don't have to reach back to takeover. Compared to Curtis, problem child (50 diss from kiss and styles), nail in the coffin etc these songs are wack. Cams jay diss and juelz nashwawn diss was harder than all three of these songs combined. Memes and Meek taking too long to respond killed meek. The end.
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If I really read the lyrics to both disses Meeks was more disrespectful but drakes diss seconds as a party song. Meek opens up his mouth and stops playing skits he wins IMO. Son mumbled the whole verse smh. He lost points for that but back to back isn't great like people try to make it seem. If this is the average line ___ its slightly above that and wanna know is slightly below it. Not like they are in 2 different ball parks of disses 1 is just slightly better than the other as a diss.
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He lost the minute he mentioned a Rollie.

If back to back was a "typical drake song"...I just wanna know was damn sure a typical Meek song.
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Commercially maybe...

Good music is still being made if you know where to get it from and aren't relying on the machine to tell you who to listen to.

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laugh.gif @ This thread becoming the Music TAN.
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He lost the minute he mentioned a Rollie.

If back to back was a "typical drake song"...I just wanna know was damn sure a typical Meek song.

roll.gif what a clown.
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Meek had more disrespectful content to work with. He just didnt know to execute it in a witty and impactful manner

 

He could have actually wrote Drake getting pissed on in a bar, by the time he mentioned it...he lost most his audience already

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Ok, so you guys are teaching me the criteria of a good song pimp.gif

What I've learned so far:
- If a song isnt violent, its trash.
- If females like a song also, its trash
- If anyone other than black people like a song, its trash
- If its playable in the club, its trash
- If its catchy, its trash

Did I miss anything? [/sarcasm]
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Is that yo ***** was a club song tho
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He lost the minute he mentioned a Rollie.

If back to back was a "typical drake song"...I just wanna know was damn sure a typical Meek song.

Yeah, Wanna Know is a typical Meek song but that works in his favor. Having a hard beat and aggression is much more fitting for a diss record than hitting high notes and catchy hooks that sound perfect for a club.
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Truth is, neither Drake nor Meek Mill know how to make music that does not sound like their usual music. 

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Yeah, Wanna Know is a typical Meek song but that works in his favor. Having a hard beat and aggression is much more fitting for a diss record than hitting high notes and catchy hooks that sound perfect for a club.

I'm confused as to why you believe a diss song has to sound "aggressive". What does that even mean really? You want him to get out of character and be someone he isn't?

If anything, it's even more disrespectful to get clowned and handed an L by a dude on a "club" song and you're doing you're usual screaming routine that completely misses.
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theirs criterias for a diss song now

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Thread Starter 
Meek's diss didn't sound like a real diss track, it basically sounds like a filler track off his album. there wasn't even any hard jabs aimed at him. at least when Drake put his track out he was clowning him & Nicki with no worries given.
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