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  1. yeah im on the track thats crazy as hell i made the cd
  2. ok now on the album of the year hip hop is dead the original name was hip hop is dead ... the N on the back of the cd there to rows of tracks the first 6 are him explainin why hip hop is dead then blackrepublicans starts the albulm part called the N nd its 10 tracks like illmatic and he puts those 10 fire tracks out that are all placed properlly mabe with the exeption of play on playa nd blunt ashes but there still hott ok back on topic the song who killed it is complicated so tell me what you thing of this explanation. First The LYRICS: look here see, pretty mike shanked two face al over some gal find the body dead in the aisles death by strangulation, microphone cord a dirty broad guess theyll never play it again Sam damn that was my jam now she's on the lamb she made it out wit 200 grand what a scam while these two compete on who's the star of the show golden legs there makes off wit the doe I read the paper there wit joe da butcher he said "one glance is all it took ya, she's a real looker they say her old mans a bootlegger transporting in any weather and at this rate we'll never get her" fellas think its time to call it a night all this talk of this mystery dames gettin me tight thought I saw her in my eyesight, right hate to spoil the party what are you guys havin? the same? waiter another round for the gang its strange how I always felt outta place joe da butchers my ace, but in comes freckle face so I said see you later fore hurt him and his two ugly thumb breakers met them in louisiana wrestling gators and any idiot can tell there involved wit the caper so I pulled the revolver on my waist up between the patrol car and the grey truck behind the streetlamp was a silouhette white gloves and a real long cigarette whattya ya know all this time she's got me in her scope she spoke says " the devils got you guys be the throat your conspiracy theories won't work without evidence that's the reason why eric b is not president" ya see? look here see, I know you got soul your trying to hide it how did you kill a man out in cypress? one eyed charlie he only hangs with the criminal minded says you guys did it doggystyle is he lyin? she says " walk this way ill tell you a childrens story we hit the bodega got her a few 40s we jumped in my ride we drove and she cried twist off the cap there and opened her mouth wide swallowed it whole bottles half empty drinks like a fish, now she's past tipsy truth came out as we got to her suave house chopped and screwed her mouth and sat me on the couch I said its gettin late cmon give it to me straight who's ya sponsor lady? she says bill gates whattya born 77? 78? she says "nah it goes way to an earlier date, slave times claims the slaves said rhymes but she fell in love wit some fella named clive who? clive campbell from sedgwick ave, the bronx now she shows me the cash I said who's clive? don't play wit me skirt! she said clive campbell.....he's kool herc Ahaaa Ahaaaaa listen up sweetheart, now we gettin somewhere as she's talkin she starts vanishing in thin air but before she drops the money bag on the floor and died she said if you really love me, ill come back alive ---------------------------------------------------- SYNOPSIS Now lets get some things straight since its a story there's characters, setting and plot the plot is who killed hip-hop? the setting is 1930s the golden era; the manifestation of jazz, mobsters, bootlegging and organized crime the characters are nas the detective and his partner joe da butcher freckle face who is joe da butchers connection to the underworld and hip-hop who is the girl in the story a.k.a. the gal now what happens is pretty mike and two face al kill each other and the gal runs off with the money pretty mike and two face al are B.I.G. & Tupac and its a psuedonym for Hip-Hop maximizing its commercialism which is why the gal runs off with the money the murder of two face al is directly referencing tupac dying first now this all occured at some club where the classic jams go on sung by the gal that is why nas says damn that was my jam because she will never be singing there again the setting is further portrayed through the uses of a microphone cord as the murder weapon and the fact the body was found in the aisle Now, Joe Da Butchers represent the average hip-hop listener His name simply breaks down to joe a.k.a. the average joe schmo and da butcher part is a reference to "chewing the fat" which means just kicking simple convo chillin Now after joe mentions to nas that he realizes he's falling for her nas hits the bar a lil aggitated. He realizes its the same scene at the bar but says **** it and drinks are on him. That represents nas going commercial and he admits it, but tries to counteract that by saying "but I always felt outta place" which means he sold out but still puts out real Hip-Hop. The symbolism in the bar scene is that joe the da butcher is nas partner but his southern connects (freckle face and company) are involved wit this crime joe is none the wiser a.k.a. the average listener supports southern music regardless of all this south trash talk (jeezy,ludacris,lil jon,rick ross) nas gets a lil ticked off and heads outside and realizes the gal has been trailin him the whole time that's basically saying that even though he didn't know it, Hip-Hop HAS been followin him for a while next thing she steps out the shadow and he says "all this time she had me in her scope" in her scope = interscope nas starts the story saying "death by strangulation" but "death" = Def(Jam) Basically he was saying that Def Jam started the "killing" (when it commercialized hip-hop) and now interscope runs it at this point he is saying the Crackers took control of the art hence the reference to "Conspiracy Theories" behind this "whodunit" "that's why Eric B is not president" pretty much sums it up so Def Jam chokeholded the game and then other labels like universal picked it up. at this point nas has some evidence so he starts interrogating the broad "I know you have soul quit tryin to hide it" is obviously saying that hip-hop has soul but its obscured by the commercialism NaS uses the interrogation wisely by bringing up cypress hill and snoop dogg referencing the classics just flippin the phrases If you can't figure this out then your pretty ****in stupid: She (Hip-Hop) supposedly killed a man in cypress - Cypress Hill "How I could just kill a man". (Alternate Meaning/Possible Reference: When "she" {Hip-Hop} supposedly killed a man in cypress it could also be a reference to the beginning of the The Bridge Wars and the Death of DJ Scott LaRock. The Bridge Wars was a Hip-Hop rivalry during the mid-to-late 1980s and early 1990s, that arose from a dispute over the true birthplace of hip hop music and retaliation over the rejecting of a record for airplay. The Bridge Wars originally involved The South Bronx's Boogie Down Productions, led by KRS-One, and Marley Marl's Juice Crew, hailing from Queensbridge. The rivalry resulted in DJ Scott LaRock being killed in the South Bronx, Cypress Projects....but I think there's a Cypress Projects in B.K so i'm not sure.....Nevertheless the The Bridge Wars was the beginning of the BEEF Era when Hip-Hop started gettin' Violent over lyrics) And one eyed charlie (krs-one) who only hangs with the criminal minded (BDP) said they did it doggystyle (snoop dogg) but obviously referencing sex at this point she puts everything in perspective for nas IN ORDER because nas was out of chronological order by mentioning 92 then 91 then 88: so she begins by asking him to "walk this way" (run dmc) and she will tell him a childrens story (slick rick) this is starting out raw hip-hop in the 80s "got her a few 40s" is now referencing the west coast era domination as well hoppin in the "ride" at this point hip-hop started losing "it" because it was being bombarded by commercial gangsterism and losing its origins The getting "tipsy" part refers to hip-hop totally losing control and becoming almost completely pop (the bad boy era). It can also be a refference to J-Kwon and the beat he sampled which NaS is rappin' over. "as we got to her suave house chopped and screwed her mouth" is now moving on to the south moving on in at the close of the shiny suit era and is cleverly flipped to nas getting oral sex by hip-hop he finally gave in after he ****s her, she spills the beans and tells him that Bill Gates sponsored her to destroy hip-hop through means of downloading and extreme piracy Remember, hip-hop's father was a bootlegger and now her sponsor is one of the largest helpers in the creation of bootlegging at this point she just breaks down and admits she is IMMORTAL because no regular human could be alive in BOTH slave times AND the Present. she says she came from that era and had many lovers since but her one true love was kool herc (pioneer of hip-hop, some say sole creator) But then she obviously ****ed him over and fell to the pressure of the root of all evil, money (the 200 grand) (by the way 200 grand in 1930 is worth MILLIONS) At this point the gig is up and she begins to fade away magically but lets NaS know it's his inner spirit that really keeps hip-hop alive. She really didn't need the money in the End This song is pure genius. All you stupid young mutha****as listening to Young Jeezy, Dipset and the rest of all that New BULL**** would've never have understood it until I decrypted it. HIP HOP IS DEAD.
  3. best albums NAS hip hop is dead hands down its complex and a classic im bout toi post a forum bout it Lupe fiasco - food nd liquer i loved this **** instentlly it was new and fresh sound to rap Jay Z - kingdom come i expected something else, i really didnt like it at first but after a sencound listen it was solid nd it was a tite albumm
  4. Dam this album was a disapointment if it was less then great. It is the best of the year.. a collab with jigga endin one of the biggest beefs and in my opinian the best diss tracks ever, alot of bangin producers, a time in need of a greatr album, and of cource the man too drop it NASTY FU*KIN NAS the best ever... ****tt Illmatic, it was written, stillmatic, gods son, lost tapes, and now for his 5 masterpeice hip hop is dead \ oh nd yeah I am is good nd streets diciples it ight nastrodomus was iffy it had a fewgood tracks but for nas a flop.... the one flop well the outcome hes the 1 MC he did it bigger then jigga on black republican too....RIP Jigga its Esco all day
  5. dude concept got it his lyrics were sick as hell the other verce was week it coulda been better its not hard killin concept i do it all day...sike nah
  6. Nas hands down is mine he is asty nas come on now
  7. ok ok top 10 MCs 1. NaS 2. 2Pac 3.Rakim 4.Big Pun 5. Biggie 6. Jay Z 7. KRS-one 8. Papoose 9. talib kweli 10. Immortal technique this list is dope that op 6 os untouchable as well
  8. ok the topic canibal remindin me of hanibal they should call me one cuz i eat rappers alive puting they note book pad and pen and cuttin it wit my nives rappers cant get at me, well mabe if they bite but it would be my line and thats expected when your lines r tight my lines soo good they call them Delishious but for real, all m y lines do turn out nutrishus next topic- Black Power
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  10. WUT renigade tim telll me you jokin when u said da brakes and da ace are your favorites, have you juss benn beatin so bad that now you have to say that so they dun diss you... where the 400 bars song at
  11. top ten umm.... in no order NaS Jay Z Biggie Papoose G Unit-(well most of them -not as much 50 and tony yayo well there old stuff befor the fame) eminem immortal technique LOX big pun big L i have so many more but ill list them cuz there my most recent listened too
  12. so im paiciently waiting for this new song, wen is it gunna get posted. juss make sure u practice it and ur not tired cuz its would be a shame to ruin your song
  13. well ive told u in person but i love this new title cuz it shows that it is an intro but it is more original, i think the lyrics are hot too accually wen i was thinkin today i accually wanted to tell u to simple them up a bit cuz all ur lines are complex but in that sence if u spit fast it would be hard to grasp it all so im juss sayin wut i thought earllyer but ill talk to u later bout it cuz mabee im rong but im putin it out there to see wut everyone else says
  14. WELL : a rapper- IS A PRODUCT OF CORRPRET INTERESTS an emcee- IS A REPRESENTATION OF HIP HOP CULTURE AND A MASTER OF THE CERIMONY THAT MOVES THE CRAWD
  15. he is tryn to win a VMA with this one, it looks good but were dus Evil Kenievel have to do with this song , i guess well juss wait and see!!11
  16. dun even post the lyrics juss put out the song recorded ok? im not crackin jokes im sayin cuz it will show the emotion better
  17. wow i liked it alot you chose a very good beat for your voice so it sounded good i liked it alot
  18. this is very tru word for wor i like the this line most tho "Hes 14 and from virginia, hes been quoted If theres no rhymescheme or flow, you know Renegay wrote it" i feal it really sums him up good, he falls back on excuses too much like hes only 14 so wut if ur ass ur ass
  19. dam that is straight off my mans albulm u shoulda herd it befor you started ryhmin
  20. yeah over 100 what...empty chairs was this at like an open mic night and did u stutter on stage or lose ur place or run out of breath? if not then y would u record this sh!t
  21. DAM this guy tim SUCKS tim sorry you cant flow good at all QUIT rapping omg MIKE put ur **** on show him how to flow and not stutter IM not gunna make fun of u tho tim i feal bad for retarted kidds, ur the biggest wanksta ever tho like dam ur a POSER stop repin g unit go to the city and see the streets ive been to harlem u need to go and see wut its like ur way off wow we need to always post these videos for raps so we can really see who can rap cuz this guy CAN NOT thanks for makin the funiest thing ever but its really sad too soo yeah
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