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    yeah, new gen sucks dick, dumb fucks with shitty music. cant lsiten to fuckers who younger then me, epsecialy then they tryn to "drop the knowledge". fuck them all pussyes.

    only dopelgangz is aight, but they need to add something into theyr music, shit is getting very boring later.

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    Damn, everyone gave out when mainstream hiphop was full of the most dumbed down splistic lyrics over those trap beats, and now that actual LYRICS are back in the mainstream, people are still complaining.

    Do people really think mainstream r popular hiphop is better now than it was in the mid-late 2000's? Saying yes coz u older and like to listen to younger rappers isn't an answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhettoGnom View Post
    That was all about the beat and none about the verse. If anything, Cory Gunz outshined him on flow alone before Wayne removed him from the track..

    And Ab, Q & Kendrick are in another league to Jeezy, Wayne & Gucci. I don't even see that as a discussion, landslide victory to TDE.
    Everyone did the Wayne style rap over that beat. Even Mos Def. His flow in that became the Slick Rick Children's Story craze for his gen. Everyone was doing the Wayne verse with different words. It was crazy. I never heard a verse like that.

    If you can't hear that I don't get it. Like I said, someone like Kendrick Lamar, his entire rap style, flow, intonation, etc is HEAVILY influenced by Lil Wayne on A MIllie, whether you recognize or accept it or not.

    Wayne went shit and lost his mind but no one of these current gen rappers has even done a hollywood divorce verse.


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    There is some good shit out there but the majority are wack, sometimes i see a interview with one of those wack mainstream artists and they say they grew up listening to Wayne & Gucci or some shit and I go ''ahhh it makes sense now"





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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost In The 'Lac View Post
    SchoolboyQ
    ASAP Rocky
    Currensy
    Wiz Khalifa
    Big Sean
    Earl Sweatshirt
    the rest
    jesus.....could you sound more white & LAME?????



    rocky & Q are dope.

    and sweatshirt is just turning 20 and is ten times smarter than ghostlaced & his whole family of stale euro crackers.
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    some of my favorite rappers:

    lil b
    100s
    main attrakionz
    future
    shabazz palaces
    smoke dza
    danny brown
    spaceghostpurrp
    chief keef
    riff raff
    fat trel
    key nyata
    children of the night
    king louie
    lil ugly mane
    denzel curry
    yg
    western tink
    young thug
    migos

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    Ab Soul is dope
    Posts by The Hound are signed TH.

    Quoting ≠ Agreement.

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    ok I guess people did like that milli song cuz I saw its won lots of awards and people did freestyles over it on mixtapes (although they might've just been using the beat to get attention).

    I saw the mos def freestyle and that was possibly just the first beat that came on and I think u can only flow over that beat like lil wayne (the beats very choppy).

    plus mos def makes fun of wayne

    but I don't think any of this means anything. it still doesn't make him good. im sure lots of people were copying vanilla ice and i don't think he was good.

    I don't like lil wayne cuz his voice and beats annoy me. I guess hes funny sometimes and he occasionally has a witty line but I think his lyrics are usually corny.


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    bobby shmurda is the savior of new york and the east coast


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    Quote Originally Posted by CEITEDMOFO View Post
    SCHOOL BOY IS THE ONLY GOOD ONE OUT OF YOUR LIST

    HERES A REAL LIST


    HUS THE KINGPIN

    KENDRICK

    AG THE CORONER


    ROZEWOOD

    SMOKE DZA

    SLAINE

    SMOOVTH


    AB SOUL

    TROY AVE

    AND OF COURSE
    ACTION BRONSON & WILLIE THE KID


    PEOPLE FROM THE EASTCOASTS TASTE IN HOP HOP>>>> PEOPLE WHO GREW UP TO BONE THUGS

    Heat might get alot of shit on here some times, but dudes taste in music is impeccable. rep added

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    Quote Originally Posted by Origin™ View Post
    Heat might get alot of shit on here some times, but dudes taste in music is impeccable. rep added
    if you like kendrick lamar, schoolboy q, and ab-soul then try listening to isaiah rashad

    he's from their record label tde and better than all of them


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    Quote Originally Posted by daffy duck View Post
    if you like kendrick lamar, schoolboy q, and ab-soul then try listening to isaiah rashad

    he's from their record label tde and better than all of them

    Aight man, will check him out, thanks!

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    also you probably like madlib and i think you'll enjoy freddie gibbs


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