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Hip-Hop enemy number 1: Lil John


cristigolo

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Yo i just downloaded a track from lil john called "Ohh Na Na Naa Naa" ( I was looking a song with him saying YEAH or OKAY to use as ringtone for my cellphone). This track destroys every single value bout hip hop. The stuff he sings about are degrading and all around hideous. Like Chris Rock said "It's Hard to defend this rap sh!t, it's hard to defend I got hos in different area codes( altough it's not a line in the song). Songs like that ruin hip hop.

P.S If any1 wants i can upload it .

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Yeah, Lil' Jon is one of the most confusing things 2 ever hit pop culture. He has no lyrics, no flow, no emcee skillz...no NOTHING. I can't believe him and people from his camp actually have fans.

I will give him props for his production in the 90's. He actually produced alot of good stuff back then...Hip-Hop, R-N-B, Bass music. Since then, he's like a totally different person. Lil' Jon makes maybe 3 good beats a year now...the other 200 are just embarassing. He would have made a great hype man tho'...ha ha.

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@ jonny

I did have jjfp as a ringtone for a long time but I changed it about a month ago or so. I am gonna use sum new stuff as a ring tone as soon as i "cut" them out.

@turntable

I liked ice cubes album but it wasn't as porn as this song. Lil john's beats are great, i admit but why does he have to rap?

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Yeah, Lil' Jon is one of the most confusing things 2 ever hit pop culture. He has no lyrics, no flow, no emcee skillz...no NOTHING. I can't believe him and people from his camp actually have fans.

Chappelle's skit did help bring lil john a lot more fame as well.

I think the world needed Lil Jon so we could laugh our asses off at the Chapelle skits! :kekeke:

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Lil' Jon is not the first dude to do "club music". If you go back and listen to old tapes of block parties back in the day in NYC, dudes would get on the mic and come up with simplistic rhymes to get the crowd hyped over phat beats. Luke made millions off of this concept as did a lot of artists from the south. Lil' Jon makes party music plain and simple. No one is mistaking him for a real MC.

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