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Old 11-08-2012, 07:30 PM   #1471 (permalink)
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I swear to the mainstreamers Nas is hated. Can't stress how many times I've brought him up in the best rapper conversation and people say he's wack.
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Old 11-08-2012, 08:28 PM   #1472 (permalink)
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I swear to the mainstreamers Nas is hated. Can't stress how many times I've brought him up in the best rapper conversation and people say he's wack.
To the mainstream listener, what has he done in the last how many years?
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Old 11-08-2012, 08:32 PM   #1473 (permalink)
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Drop 3 straight albums that debut in the #1 spot?
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Drop 3 straight albums that debut in the #1 spot?
Yeah, but Combat is like 14 so it doesn't surprise me that Nas' doesn't appeal to a lot of kids that age.

I mean, beyond the few kids who just appreciate good rapping, what can kids that age really relate to on Nas' album? Hell, Nas' Daughter that he made a song about, is older than these kids.
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Mainstreamers and elitists are the two worst types of hip-hop fans.

And speaking of Daughters, that is such a great song. Nothing like a great beat with a great rapper flowing on it and the song actually having a meaning.
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I swear to the mainstreamers Nas is hated. Can't stress how many times I've brought him up in the best rapper conversation and people say he's wack.
because there was a period of time where Nas was constantly feuding with rappers who were big in the mainstream, Pac, Jay, Fifty..

that's partly a reason
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Mainstreamers and elitists are the two worst types of hip-hop fans.
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the worst imo are the people who in every rap video on youtube they're blabbing about how 2pac is the greatest ever and if 2pac was alive rapper A would've been swinging burgers in Mcdonalds, I bet those people were either babies or never lived during Pac's prime


just search any diss song on youtube I assure you you'll find a comment saying "1- Hit 'Em Up 2- This"

it's really annoying
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YouTube comments are the worst, no matter what subject is, whether it's rap music, basketball or video games.

But yeah I get what you mean. I don't hear that many people still saying it but a couple years ago it drove me crazy when people would say "If Pac & BIG were alive, (blank rapper) would be working at McDonald's" stupid shit like that. As if there weren't shitty mainstream when the two were alive or them being alive would prevent shitty rappers from becoming popular. Hell, I bet any money that if Pac & BIG were still alive they would have made multiple songs with Wayne and the rest of YMCMB/MMG.
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the worst imo are the people who in every rap video on youtube they're blabbing about how 2pac is the greatest ever and if 2pac was alive rapper A would've been swinging burgers in Mcdonalds, I bet those people were either babies or never lived during Pac's prime


just search any diss song on youtube I assure you you'll find a comment saying "1- Hit 'Em Up 2- This"

it's really annoying
The worst stan comment I saw was from an Eminem stan. Somebody asked "who would win in a rap battle, Cassidy or Eminem" and this idiot said "Em and Cass will tell you that". I couldn't believe it, has Cassidy even mentioned Eminem once? Does Eminem even know who Cassidy is?
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YouTube comments are the worst, no matter what subject is, whether it's rap music, basketball or video games.

But yeah I get what you mean. I don't hear that many people still saying it but a couple years ago it drove me crazy when people would say "If Pac & BIG were alive, (blank rapper) would be working at McDonald's" stupid shit like that. As if there weren't shitty mainstream when the two were alive or them being alive would prevent shitty rappers from becoming popular. Hell, I bet any money that if Pac & BIG were still alive they would have made multiple songs with Wayne and the rest of YMCMB/MMG.
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That's all who they would've made songs with

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because there was a period of time where Nas was constantly feuding with rappers who were big in the mainstream, Pac, Jay, Fifty..

that's partly a reason
That's still has nothing to do with his skill level.

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Yeah, but Combat is like 14 so it doesn't surprise me that Nas' doesn't appeal to a lot of kids that age.

I mean, beyond the few kids who just appreciate good rapping, what can kids that age really relate to on Nas' album? Hell, Nas' Daughter that he made a song about, is older than these kids.
Yeah, my generation is behind

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To the mainstream listener, what has he done in the last how many years?
That's still not an excuse to say he's wack
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