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Re: Hip Hop Discussion Thread

Originally Posted by Smif-N-Wessun View Post
Kanye ain't really a strong lyricist by any means, but musically, he's on-point most of the time, n well, hip-hop is music, so isn't that pretty important?

& Choke, hip-hop in general is laced with profanity, b. Kanye is hardly the worst offender.
Kanye can be a strong lyricist, It's just he's one of those artists that chooses not to.

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Oh & Good Kid, Mad City. Great album. Loved all the songs, and it really told a story of Compton, that didn't sound so thug oriented. I could relate to it and I'm not even raised in the ghetto. The skits were cool also, especially in Real where his mom is telling him on how to succeed in rap.


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