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ash trey

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  1. Oh yeah, and Ludacris' last album had about 4 quite songs on there...
  2. you like hipster rap right? lol want a link to the cool kids ep? lol, like I don't already have it... I think these "hipster rap" are talented individuals with a terrible fashion sense and they can at times be corny...but I can very easily give them a pass for that being a JJFP fan and everything....
  3. Going by the clues, I can tell it's Bun B....can't say I know the song tho'.
  4. What? I recognized that verse from like the very first line!!!And so should every other hip hop fan. And Mike gave us Outkast - Elevators? 2000, something...1'st verse...rappers first album....legendary producer I'm the verbal-spit Smith Wesson I unload with sick spit the quick wick could split a split-second Bomb with a lit wick expression You here a tick tick then you testin.. My saliva and spit can split thread into fiber and bits So trust me, I'm as live as it gets Everybody claimin they the best and head the throne Since B.I.G is gone, if you ask me, they +Dead Wrong+ My flow is hotter than the flash from the click When the hammer slaps the bullet on the ass from the clip You wind up in a room full of my dawgs I'll have you feeling like a fire hydrant in a room full of dogs So come, come now, get pissed on, ****ted on Tough talk turns to, "Can't we all just get along" You get blazed when the mic's off, shot when it's on You probably ducked when they laid the gun shot in your song My gun strrr-utters when it speaks to you Utter **** to repeat to you Nothing the clip, then give a speech to you Me and Premier, we kind of the same in ways We both speak with our hands in dangerous ways Rap now is a circus of clowns A whole lot of lip from cliques I'd probably rap circles around I'm the next best to reach a peak formerly known as the best keep secret, I guess that I just leaked it
  5. pssh...88-Keys, Black Milk, Q-Tip and Statik Skeltah didn't make it into your album list, but "Exit 13" did? Rap albums - 9th Wonder and Jean Grae - Jeanius (Fresh Sounds) 88-Keys - Death of Adam (Fresh Sounds) Wale- Mixtape About NothingTermanology - Politics as usual Statik Skeltah - Stick to the script The Roots - Rising Down Rhymefest - Man in the mirror Q-Tip - The Renaissance N.E.R.D - Seeing Sounds Murs - Murs fo President The Knux - Remind me in 3 days (most ppl won't have heard of this, it's like Outkast meets Run DMC in the bet possible way) Common - Universal Mind Control (Real fun throwback ish) Buff 1 - There's Only one (Raw Detroit Ish) Black Milk - Tronic Nas - Untitled Mixtapes - Wale - The Mixtape About Nothing Kis Cudi - A kid names kudi Rhymefest - Man in the mirror Other Genres- Jose James - The Dreamer Beck - Mordern Guilt Black Keys - Attack and release Gnarls Barkley - Odd Couple Raphael Saadiq - The way I see it Robin Thicke - something else TV o the Radio - Dear Science Stephen Colbert and Others - A Colbert Christmas Foreign Exchange - Leave it all behind And some half good albums were .... Kidz in the Hall -The In Crowd, John Legend - Evolver and Kanye's album(I know...but it's really grown on me)
  6. The far right got on McCains side as soon as it was decided he was the republican nominee...so a lot of media figure who esentially hate McCain's guts side with him when issues come up...its a whole party over person dynamic, you can rarely get a republican to say that they used to hate John McCain about a year ago.
  7. Sounds Amazing! Will check for reruns!
  8. Exactly! Couldn't possibly put it better...Me and Schnazz aren't bad people for not being able to accept something that doesn't make sense to us. Doesn't mean that we don't want to stand up for society's rights and freedoms. I personally think of it this way...if there really is a superior being watching over us and rewarding all that is righteous, he would definitely want us to question so many of of the things done in the name of religion.
  9. All this movie is a statement of uncertainty when it comes to a higher power and all the thought a belief in one creates (such as the afterlife). And although I'm the minority in this board, and country when it comes to saying this nobody could possibly know about these things, yet contradictory opinions are so openly voiced with irrational certitude. But I do realize having no faith is a luxury of not having too bad a life, and when stuck in hard times faith enables people to find comfort and optimism and I understand that. With that being said, religion plays too much of a role in politics and society today for it to go unquestioned and accepted as having factual accuracy and incontrovertible morality...
  10. Love Maher on religion...almost 100% echos my thoughts on the matter....will definitely see this movie!
  11. "The Sciene" = Best rap song this year!
  12. Notice how this was in the "rumors" section...
  13. I think he's hilarious, it's just that he had to do a pop star pandering act which was mtv friendly...making like the one redeeming component of the vmas unwatchable!
  14. AMAZING! FUNNY! CLEVER! Now that's what I want modern day hip hop to sound like....
  15. Not to be pedantic, well maybe a little, but Ready To Die sold well from the get go. But I agree with your general point :) Oh my bad...I remember hearing a Talib Kweli interview where he said that early Biggie didn't sell well at all...But I can imagine that stuff like "Big Poppa" and "One more Chance" were big hits...
  16. That was unbelievably awesome, the first time I saw it I wanted to give the TV a standing ovation...
  17. Another possibility is that there's a stinky kid in the class who everybody rips on...and he is trying as hard as possible to distance himself from that fate. But yeah, he's probably doing it for the ladies!
  18. If your a rap fan who is gutted over the game not outselling slipknot, you are not really a hip hop head.First of all nobody is supposed to care so much about an artist who is pretty much dabbling in formulaic mediocrity. A true hip hop head knows that well into the mid nineties, hip hop which was truly exceptional or exciting wouldn't ever sell as much as a mainstream artist...illmatic, ressonable doubt, ready to die...all criminally undersold but gathered nerdy cult followings and eventually generated great sales...
  19. Simply love it...I like pharrell and Common is one of my all time faves! Must listen!
  20. I remember hearing this about a month ago...thought it was the dumbest things I ever heard, but i did find it quite funny...
  21. I see both sides of the abortion issue...I'm not religious at all but I'm against murder at any cost. But not enough scientific evidence has convinced me on the pro life side of things...in Texas all I've had are right wing religious groups trying to manipulate data to push their agenda on you. But I'm definitely not decisive enough to say that a fetus is not a living thing. I usually tend to support pro choice candidates though, due to them having similar opinions with me on other issues...
  22. :yeahthat: Even though he is one of the greatest entertainers of all time...
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