Rap About Nothing: Hip Hop Chat Thread

Discussion in 'Music' started by brivera716, Apr 20, 2017.

  1. Magic33

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    I forgot all about this.

    I always wondered how uncomfortable Aftermath was after this. And 50 and Busta's relationship.

    It's also why I always thought Irv might not have been far off from 50.
     
  2. numbah1grimey

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    Bay Area and Detroit. The only two regional rap cities remaining


     
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  3. 6 Rings G.O.A.T.

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    Guess he dont wanna (not) pay Youngboy for a verse anymore
     
  5. marmourjr

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    :lol:
     
  6. Magic33

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    It's still funny how Cube took offense to this and nobody else from the west did. :lol:

    The non-gangsta one from the west. I wonder who put the battery in his back.

    It produced The ***** In Yoo though :nthat:
     
  7. harlemtothebronx

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    Was this just posted? I hope not.

    For good measure:

     
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  9. Magic33

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    You dudes always make this some region ****.

    Let someone from New York, Atlanta or Cali do that crap with artist and J Prince in Houston and social media would have the same reaction.

    Why the hell did your 60 year old *** do this over social media?

    Acting like supa gangsta and you run everything is the same thing that got Suge hemmed up.

    If J Prince knew people in New York why the hell would he go to an artist? Artist run what region? Kendrick runs LA? Future runs Atlanta? Why would you go to social media at all?

    Dude is clout chasing at 60, selling himself and his image.

    There's real gangstas out in these streets a lot bigger than J Prince.

    Edit: Deleting your post :smh:
     
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  10. Peep Game

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    Flame suit activated but I think Meg is over sexualizing herself and it’s distracting us from the fact that she can rap. The whole attractive woman that can shake her booty isn’t new. All of theee girls can twerk

    By all means, keep shaking it though babygirl.
     
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  12. mrwavez

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    All these new female artists are bad....what a time :pimp:
     
  13. Magic33

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    is it possible for a female rapper to get hot otherwise?

    Young MA has a following to a degree, but she seems like she's in a lane like Dej Loaf.

    The crazy thing is that women are the ones who seem to flock to these hyper sexualized women.
     
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  14. Peep Game

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    No need for flame suit activation, it’s true. She’s more Dreezy/Saweetie(sp?) than Cardi and City Girls, but everyone not that familiar with Megan lump her right in with the latter two because of it. Oh well, she’s like 24 and built like crazy, I’m here for it
     
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  15. addict4sneakers

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    See man I don’t know the answers to this. Like she can rap for real. I understand I’m not in her demographic though. To me, it’s about the music. Only female rappers feel like they gotta be super bird to succeed. R&B singers aren’t having twerk offs.

    I 100% agree about women being hyper sexualized by themselves.
     
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  16. addict4sneakers

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    Saweetie fine self can’t rap to save her life. She just needs to be fine. And even then, she ain’t twerking nearly as much as Meg
     
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    Where is EL CAPO!?!?!?
     
  18. harlemtothebronx

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    Saweetie.

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  19. Magic33

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    It seems like ever since Kim and Foxy there are no more Lyte's and Latifah's. You're going to have limited success being Rapsody or Dreezy.

    It's one of the questions I have for women if I could have a honest and not an emotional non defensive discussion. They try to act like guys are so bad and the material male rappers put out is so demeaning. But why do you flock to female artist who are their counterpart?
     
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  20. addict4sneakers

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    Chill
     
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    Not sure what she used to get the information but Rapsody said almost 80 percent of her core audience/fans are men. I think a woman MC or rapper can thrive without having to sexulize themselves (If they dont want to that is). That figure she presented was fascinating though since it seems like women were the ones who were the most vocal about the overly sexual nature in which they're portrayed (models, strippers, etc.) whether they rapped or not.
     
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  22. definition of dopeness

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    She so aggressive with it too. Be talking freaky as hell in her songs.
     
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  24. Magic33

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    I noticed it.

    I don't hear women mention her at all.

    She should be the female J Cole. They love him.

    I'd like to see a Rapsody show and see what the crowd is like.
     
  25. harlemtothebronx

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    You good, fam.