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post #3091 of 6402 (permalink) Old 02-25-2013, 05:19 PM
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Its just a term, I'm not saying my music tastes are better than anyones. Its just the general perception of hiphop supposing to be about "real talk" life etc which is why I used that. Its just a term I used so people can get a better grasp as to what the song is about. Maybe I should have put it in quotations which would be my mistake and for that I do apologize
That "perception" changes depending on who you talk to though. Hip hop has never been about one theme or style. There's a reason why Waka Flocka, Kendrick Lamar, and 2 Chainz can all coexist and prosper at the same time.

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I like Drake's music but that Started from the Bottom shit is just lame.
Agreed. The YOLO of 2013. I don't understand why people want to pretend like they had it rough. Guess most people just want sympathy...or attention in general really. Funniest part is, everyone that says it is either a spoiled teenager or those who are STILL at the bottom.

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Saw someone say "TRUE HIP HOP WHAT IS THAT"?

Well I am here to provide answers:


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Saw someone say "TRUE HIP HOP WHAT IS THAT"?

Well I am here to provide answers:

What makes that any truer than anything else?


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That "perception" changes depending on who you talk to though. Hip hop has never been about one theme or style. There's a reason why Waka Flocka, Kendrick Lamar, and 2 Chainz can all coexist and prosper at the same time.



Agreed. The YOLO of 2013. I don't understand why people want to pretend like they had it rough. Guess most people just want sympathy...or attention in general really. Funniest part is, everyone that says it is either a spoiled teenager or those who are STILL at the bottom.



Which is the funniest part.
Hell even Kendrick Lamar himself, who is a fan of guys like Pac, Nas & Em, was also a fan of guys like Snoop & Wayne who popularized the radio rap we see today. A true Hip-Hop fan likes all of its dimensions. Hip-Hop started out at block parties, and became a mainstream juggernaut through the 2Chainz & Trinidad James of the world.

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Here's a great album that I just had the chance to listen to:


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Em is in the same category as Snoop and Wayne, he was/is just as much "commercialized" or "mainstream" as they were (are in Wayne's case)

just because he was controversial doesn't make him a non-mainstream rapper like Nas

(not pissing on mainstream hip-hop as clearly there are both good and bad tracks but just clarifying about Eminem)

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The controversy that Eminem dealt with pales in comparison to the kind of backlash that guys like Ice Cube and Ice-T had to deal with.

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Em is in the same category as Snoop and Wayne, he was/is just as much "commercialized" or "mainstream" as they were (are in Wayne's case)

just because he was controversial doesn't make him a non-mainstream rapper like Nas

(not pissing on mainstream hip-hop as clearly there are both good and bad tracks but just clarifying about Eminem)
Nas is a mainstream rapper.

No, Eminem isn't in the same category as Snoop & Wayne. I hardly hear his songs on the radio. He's really not like the Waynes & Snoops of the world, people who make their songs catered directly for the radio.

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