Lord Jamar is an ignorant, intolerant douche. His opinion should be disregarded entirely.
If you know Lord Jamar from his recent comments and not Brand Nubian albums(likely for many here).....I don't think you're in a position to label him as anything. Dude got classics, and early Kanye was clearly influenced by Jamar's groupmate Grand Puba's fashion steez. Funny, a lot of times these be the same cats speaking about tolerance, but be the first to label cats like Lord Jamar who are just checking the wack shit and policing shit.
Cats riding for rappers rocking skirts now in the name of "tolerance??? Really? LMAO. Like these dickheads are really rocking that shit because they're really, actually gay or like they really think it looks good, or they really give a fuck about any of the cultures where they actually rock kilts.....nah. They're just corny, attention starved dickheads trying to create a "stir" and a lot of people's MO now is to defend EVERYTHING in the name of being "creative" or "different" or "tolerant" or just trying to be PC.
Nah, son. Shit's wack. Kanye need to sit his ass all the way down with that.
You're fucken damn right, you've rustled my jimmies & I assume everyone else's!!! I tell you what, I'll pay your airfare over to Melbourne, it will only be a one way ticket though, because I will KILL you, you child molesting fuckwit!!!
so what are some hip hop songs from your pre-teen/teen days that you will never get tired of bumping?
hate it or love it takes it for me, easily. that song you can blast at a party and everyone still knows the words
Have loved some classics like "It Was a Good Day", "Nuthin But a G Thang" and "Hit em Up" since I was 12-13, now at almost 20, I can still bump these non-stop because they are timeless.
On the other hand, a few songs suddenly stopped holding up for me, recent example being "Piggy Bank" by 50. Used to know every word and loved it years ago but after listening recently, found it pretty corny.
New thread... and speaking of Lord Jamar, been addicted to this recently: (Brand Nu are one of the most underrated groups ever)
Yeah, The Foundation was a DOPE album. It got overshadowed even with some of the heads who would normally be all over it because Tribe Called Quest's last album, Black Star, Outkast - Aquemini, and Jay-Z - Hard Knock Life ALL came out on the same day. Best hip hop album release day ever.
But it was great to see Puba back with the group. The two albums without him were good too, but One for All and The Foundation are my two favorites.
LOL, c'mon. Last time I heard this, it was at a wedding and some fat overly excited bitch grabbed my arm and tried to pull me into "the train" dance line going around. I jerked away out of her grasp like Jerome Bettis breaking a tackle. HELL no.