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Big Willie Style

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  1. Ok, this is how I look at it. Let's take Akon's CD "Trouble" for an example. It came up, led by the single "Locked Up", and it sold pretty mildly. Then a long long time has passed, he comes out with "Lonely", which is a HUGE hit, and he's getting 40,000 sales a week nowadays. The album has been out for 45 weeks, and it's still in the Top 20. Even if Will lets "Tell Me Why" come out later, and it happens to be the big hit we all dream of it to be, there is still a solid chance that Will's sales will do like "Trouble" is doing. Let's not lose faith yet, guys. :afro:

  2. 8. Salt-N-Pepa - In the Top 10!?!

    15. Missy Elliott - Good, but ahead of WAY too many good ones.

    16. Queen Latifah - No. No.

    17. Jay Z - Why so low on the list?

    19. Mary J. Blige - is NOT rap

    25. Doug E. Fresh - I love the guy, but hasn't put out enough to be put past a number of these artists

    29. Erykah Badu - Isn't really rap...

    32. KRS - One - Why so low?

    34. TLC - Isn't rap. Goddamnit.

    35. Kool DJ Herc - Too low

    36. MC Lyte - Not good enough to be at such a high position; maybe around the 60s

    39. Common - I think he should be higher.

    40. Slick Rick - Same as above.

    49. Digital Underground - I wouldn't put them in my Top 100

    50. Mase - Love the guy, but waaaay too high

    51. Big Daddy Kane - should be higher

    52. Lil Kim - Not in my Top 100

    57. Biz Markie - The class clown of Rap should be lower

    59. Kanye West - People need to hop off the Kanye bandwagon and realize he's only put out one CD.

    60. Busta Rhymes - Too low

    62. Arrested Development - Not in my Top 100

    65. Scarface - Too low

    68. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - Too low

    70. The Fat Boys - No.

    73. Method Man - Should be a little higher

    74. Mobb Deep - In my Top 30

    75. Ludacris Underrated on this list

    76. Will Smith - My Top 1

    78. Roxanne Shanté - Not in my Top 200

    81. Whodini - Not in my Top 100

    87. Foxy Brown - Not in my Top 100

    88. 3rd Bass - Same as above

    89. Big Punisher - Should be higher

    95. Grandmaster Melle Mel - Waaaaaaaaay too low

    99. Fat Joe - Needs to be alot higher

    I haven't heard of a good percent of the people on that list. I need to get in touch with more hiphop.

    BTW, this list is the devil.

  3. To bigted:

    I agree that LL isn't one dimensional ("Father" is one of my favorite tracks of his), I think that someone along the lines of Rakim, Mos Def, or Nas would be suited better. What I meant to say before is that I like LL better when he's rappin a love song ("Hey Lover"), and that I would love to see him on a song like "Could U Love Me". There is just too many other people who could be better on "Lost and Found" than LL.

    BTW, LL Cool J IS a legend.

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