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post #31 of 1241
Like I said dude is Lame as hell. He on levels with dude that got knocked out in that video buy Truckers in Arizona.


I bet this dumbass thinks about himself in his head in 3rd person POV.

I never understood the whole bringing New York back thing. That Era is GONE that's like trying to bring back the DISCO **** ain't happening. I could see if the evolved their style but these fools just tryna reenact days of the past. Cmon son the hell out ta here with that nonsense.

These fools giving NewYork straight L's
post #32 of 1241
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EXACTLY Dude is corny FOH!



Should we really start to break down rappers?  If we did we could have a 2000 page article on lame rappers from the south from the last 10 years.

Nothing wrong with reppin at all.  At least he is stayin true to his roots.

you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?
post #33 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

Khaled & ross act just like him, hes just not as accomplished so people take it a certain way, but early ross was just like him
post #34 of 1241
Only NY Rappers that came out in the last 10 years that I respect are ASAP Rocky, The Underachievers and Flatbush Zombies...
post #35 of 1241
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No Not at all, we're mad because this is suppose to be "Journalism" and instead it sounds like a guy who's mad Troy ave has been calling the brand of rap he likes "weirdo" music so instead of focusing on Troy ave's music he focusing on what Troy ave is trying to represent.

I'm from NYC and i only like a few Troy ave records i'm on the fence about homie, i'm not quite a fan but he's also far from trash. This guy clearly has a vendetta against The kind of music Troy ave makes and his constant criticism of other artist style. This lame called him a bozo (Lord knows this dude would NEVER say that to his face), and seems to have a problem with the idea of a new NYC street rapper striking big mainstream.

The real issue at hand is that this article has all kinds of personal bias and the irony is that this is a website that will push Chief Keef or a young thug & praise them for being "original" & that isn't the case for them either. If this was a personal blog so be it, that's how you feel but you can't write for a "respected" publication and then throw darts from a stray. Not to mention that he also is downplaying all of Troy Ave's grind and hard work to get to a spot as if NYC DJ's and radio is just begging to throw up a new superstar. As if everyone had a roundtable discussion and said we want Troy Ave to be next, when that CLEARLY isn't the case and like his music or not he has grinded for years to reach the minor pedestal he's on.

So in an article some fragile blogger called this man out of his name & demeaned the hard work of him, his management, & all involved in his movement.... so in essence when one of those goons run up and mush him he deserves every piece of it. **** rap, **** the internet, as a man you are held accountable for what comes out of your mouth and he just personally insulted someone because he could hide behind a computer screen.
post #36 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

roll.gifroll.gif This is the same website that praises Webby for acting like he's illiterate during all his interviews & also bumps Gucci Everyday are u ******* kidding me? Why do ya'll have such a animosity towards NYC man... let the hurt go
post #37 of 1241
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Khaled & ross act just like him, hes just not as accomplished so people take it a certain way, but early ross was just like him

BS they were both about unity, this fool Troy is About What troy ave can do to make every newyork rapper look like their riding his coat tail to the top.

DJ Kaled said "We the best" not he the best. Show love and respect. Troy don't know what that means. How you gonna call someone weird because he don't look or act like you?
post #38 of 1241
I have to agree with the author, Troy Ave's whole movement feels forced & inorganic. The problem is no one wants the truth coming from that dude. Right message, wrong messanger.
post #39 of 1241
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roll.gifroll.gif This is the same website that praises Webby for acting like he's illiterate during all his interviews & also bumps Gucci Everyday are u ******* kidding me? Why do ya'll have such a animosity towards NYC man... let the hurt go

nah NYC is the hurt ones, look how you guys are defending this trash lol
post #40 of 1241
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What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

Was that a serious question?

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post #41 of 1241
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nah NYC is the hurt ones, look how you guys are defending this trash lol

The NY HATE IS DEEP!

post #42 of 1241
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I have to agree with the author, Troy Ave's whole movement feels forced & inorganic. The problem is no one wants the truth coming from that dude. Right message, wrong messanger.
Basically

He not all the way trash though


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post #43 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?


paging Ying Yang Twins

post #44 of 1241
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Like I said dude is Lame as hell. He on levels with dude that got knocked out in that video buy Truckers in Arizona.


I bet this dumbass thinks about himself in his head in 3rd person POV.

I never understood the whole bringing New York back thing. That Era is GONE that's like trying to bring back the DISCO **** ain't happening. I could see if the evolved their style but these fools just tryna reenact days of the past. Cmon son the hell out ta here with that nonsense.

These fools giving NewYork straight L's


NY AIN'T AN ERA SINCE THEY EVENTED HIP HOP

 

FALL ALL THE WAY THE **** BACK!!!

post #45 of 1241
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Lobcity , you the one sounding hurt bruh
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post #46 of 1241
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Was that a serious question?

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A Very serious one.

This dude LobCity gotta be at home watching WildStyle or something with tears rolling down his cheek looking like Bernie Mack in Above the Rim on some "Remember when we was kings mane" steeze
post #47 of 1241
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Lobcity , you the one sounding hurt bruh

Not really, My OG post said that if you want to start to really breakdown bars/skill/talent etc.. The south would look BAD.  And that nothing wrong with what Troy is doing. He just reppin NY, I never knew people had a problem with that.

post #48 of 1241
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I have to agree with the author, Troy Ave's whole movement feels forced & inorganic. The problem is no one wants the truth coming from that dude. Right message, wrong messanger.

How is it Forced and inorganic.. Troy ave has literally been grinding for atleast 5 years, slowly making connects, doing features, crafting his sound & is just now getting recognized for it. The city as of right now does very little to support it's new artist straight out the gate, so for him to be making it into rotation and to be getting more and more solid features and placements he's worked for it all.

Regardless if i like him or not he does have a solid fan base and he deserves his spot on everything he's gained so far. I don't think anything about him or his music is inorganic as you say he's simply a NYC cat who isn't willing to change his sound to what's hot in order to eat & by doing that he's created a buzz for himself.
post #49 of 1241
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Was that a serious question?

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A Very serious one.

This dude LobCity gotta be at home watching WildStyle or something with tears rolling down his cheek looking like Bernie Mack in Above the Rim on some "Remember when we was kings mane" steeze

Naw I'm bumpin Dat K-Dot, Dat Slaughterhouse, Dat Soul tape Series, Dat Chiraq to La, Dat Fat Joe Darkside Mixtape Series, Dat First Kane and Abel cd, Dat Dirty Weaponry

 

dat **** you don't know nothing about.

post #50 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

Khaled & ross act just like him, hes just not as accomplished so people take it a certain way, but early ross was just like him

Ross was already established in the industry and ghost writing for ya favorite rapper...and Khalid? He don't even rap
post #51 of 1241
What is killing me is that just a few months ago it was ASAP/French sound to southern to really put NYC on (Completely False but that's a whole other flow) ... Now someone from NYC actually sticks to his roots 100% and wants to keep an NYC sound and now he's corny for repping where he's from... where's the logic?

As if ATL hasn't been pushing the "New Atlanta" movement for about a year now because the game done left them too. EVERY region has their big players and Vets and every region has someone shining right now but instead of joining that ya'll are constantly trying to downplay NYC in everything and it's laugh.gif to us because no matter what your angry little post say, NYC is always going to be relevant in hiphop that will NEVER change so just let it go and enjoy your region while we enjoy ours
post #52 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

Khaled & ross act just like him, hes just not as accomplished so people take it a certain way, but early ross was just like him

Ross was already established in the industry and ghost writing for ya favorite rapper.

What does that have to do with how ridiculous he sounds in his interviews?

Troy seems to be self made. And doing well for himself.

If you're giving dudes a "pass" for their arrogance based on some level of success, can you really say Troy doesn't have a right to be?
post #53 of 1241
Which artist that can bring back NY to the Top??

Summer jam a few weeks away

We'll see

 

 

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post #54 of 1241
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What does that have to do with how ridiculous he sounds in his interviews?

Troy seems to be self made. And doing well for himself.

If you're giving dues a "pass" for their arrogance based on some level of success, can you really say Troy doesn't have a right to be?

Exactly Ross acts as if he's had the success of Jay-Z he's the King of boosting up EVERYTHING affiliated with him, his street past, his artist, his success, his impact etc etc EVERYTHING he does in an act to draw more interest for himself.

so when Troy ave does it suddenly their's a problem, due to that interview some nerd got upset, through on his chance the rapper T-shirt and wrote a wall of hate on Troy ave all while getting his name trending on twitter for the day and having hiphop focused on him.
post #55 of 1241
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What does that have to do with how ridiculous he sounds in his interviews?

Troy seems to be self made. And doing well for himself.

If you're giving dues a "pass" for their arrogance based on some level of success, can you really say Troy doesn't have a right to be?

Exactly Ross acts as if he's had the success of Jay-Z he's the King of boosting up EVERYTHING affiliated with him, his street past, his artist, his success, his impact etc etc EVERYTHING he does in an act to draw more interest for himself.

so when Troy ave does it suddenly their's a problem, due to that interview some nerd got upset, through on his chance the rapper T-shirt and wrote a wall of hate on Troy ave all while getting his name trending on twitter for the day and having hiphop focused on him.
tbh Ross has gotten his fair share of the criticism....
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post #56 of 1241
I respect Troy's grind. He's not d riding and looking for co-signs like a lot of new dudes out right now. I slept on him for a while cuz all his features he sounded like a poor mans mix of Max and 50.but after I listened to his New York project a few times I couldn't front, **** is real good. I don't think he's NY's savior or anything but he makes some dope stuff. I rather bump his music than any of those ASAP Mob/Bone Thugs/3-6 Mafia sounding *** _'s.

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Praising Chinx and French who have been doing basically the same thing subject wise, but with a southern sound..

I agree with that. I wanna hear Troy and Chinx do some stuff together.
post #57 of 1241
if i were Troy I'd find and slap a sweat out of the author
post #58 of 1241
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you sound like a lame NYC cat rocking Timbs and And 1 shorts in the summer. What Southern Rapper acts like this clown in interviews?

Khaled & ross act just like him, hes just not as accomplished so people take it a certain way, but early ross was just like him

Ross was already established in the industry and ghost writing for ya favorite rapper.

What does that have to do with how ridiculous he sounds in his interviews?

Troy seems to be self made. And doing well for himself.

If you're giving dudes a "pass" for their arrogance based on some level of success, can you really say Troy doesn't have a right to be?

This seems to be the norm now it seems.
post #59 of 1241
The way I can tell you NYC cats hurt right now is you keep bringing up the south. Envious clowns, we talking about NYC and Troy being trash and y'all gotta bring up the south which has nothing to do with Troy Ave or NYC Rap sucking since Da Roc broke up
post #60 of 1241
Troy Ave been grinding since at least like 05 when he was with Def Jam/Voicez he had videos for that "Rep it with my heart" track and another one so I gotta give him at least a lil credit for even sticking with this rap **** damn near 10 years later laugh.gif

I agree with Ty tho, Troy stay throwing shots at the "weirdos" like Chance the Rapper, etc and I know that rub the hipsters the wrong way so I could see the article stemming a lil bit from that. Hovain tweeted a picture from that dude Instagram from about 2 years ago when he was face to face with Troy I'm sure he had nothing but good stuff to say to him

Like I said tho Joey Badass stuff seems just as forced and corny with that bringing back the 90s **** only difference is the hipsters eat that up.

At the end of the day it's Vice seeing some of the **** they big up I wouldn't even be that mad laugh.gif
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