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Old 09-24-2012, 02:47 PM   #151 (permalink)
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If I can't listen to an album start from finish without skipping tracks it isn't a classic to me regardless of popularity.
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If by impact you mean made mainstream hip-hop even worse than it was, then sure. Very impactful.

Not close to a classic to anyone with a strong base of hip-hop knowledge though.
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LOL at blaming 50 Cent for the decline in mainstream hip hop.

I'm far from a 50 Cent fan, but come on.
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Old 09-24-2012, 03:21 PM   #154 (permalink)
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Hip hop died along time ago...lil Wayne is the best...then Rick Ross....then wiz khalifa...future and 2chainz are tied....it's all about beats and hooks today who cares about lyrics fuck lyrics...like eminem is beast with lyrics but I rather bump a Gucci mane track any day just for the beat...maybe I died with the old hiphop 2 lol
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I personally think they suffered with the losses of Eazy E, Tupac and Biggie.

I think if they would have done more work with those three, they would have been way more set. It's like when Jericho put Ziggler over..they just need a little bit more and they would've been off to the races and they were already on a roll anyway. They're great, very talented.

Nah, they didn't need Pac or BIG. That's not what made them, and Bone Thugs was already an established superstar group by the time Pac and BIG even worked with them.
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GRODT may have been the last real inescapable hip hop album. Leaks, spotify, pandora, etc. have all kinda killed that and everyone is kind've in their own little world when it comes to listening to music. You don't get those universal albums anymore that everyone is playing.

But that album was everywhere, and 50 was already a superstar by the time it even came out, just off of Wanksta and In Da Club and the insane pre-album hype. Comparable to Doggystyle when it came out as far as the hype, how everybody knew basically every song on the album, and how you'd hear it everywhere.

I don't love the album, but I don't think it's "terrible" as some are saying either.
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GRODT : Many Men, In Da Club, P.I.M.P.. rest is crap imo

but I can see why people consider it a great album because of the fact that it made 50 big

still I wouldn't call it a classic , there are many albums that are light years ahead of it
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GRODT : Many Men, In Da Club, P.I.M.P.. rest is crap imo

but I can see why people consider it a great album because of the fact that it made 50 big

still I wouldn't call it a classic , there are many albums that are light years ahead of it
Patiently Waiting, If I Can't, and Many Men are my favorite songs off that album.
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Hip hop died along time ago...lil Wayne is the best...then Rick Ross....then wiz khalifa...future and 2chainz are tied....it's all about beats and hooks today who cares about lyrics fuck lyrics...like eminem is beast with lyrics but I rather bump a Gucci mane track any day just for the beat...maybe I died with the old hiphop 2 lol
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