Ciaras performance at the source awards

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  1. Ixtlan

    Ixtlan emceeingain'tforyou...

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    Calliz, you're a good dude.

    I like the fact that you aren't easily impressed with what the R&B genre is offering us.
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  2. Odd Man Outt

    Odd Man Outt President of the South

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    ^please

    the man even complains about Usher's sixpack

    lmao the fuck outta here
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  3. Mask2MyFace2

    Mask2MyFace2 Controversial

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    that shit was funny!
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  4. Ixtlan

    Ixtlan emceeingain'tforyou...

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    Really?
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  5. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    It's funny..

    That people in the 60's did simple dances and still remembers and opens doors for people who you "think" can dance.
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  6. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    Ok Ok Ok... happy?
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  7. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    I'm sorry but complaining isn't making it any better.
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  8. Calliz aka Mark Spitz

    Calliz aka Mark Spitz New Member

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    No you're not making a fucking point ma. (apologies for language, but you're not on sturdy ground here)

    Michael Jackson could dance. James Brown was groovin. They were original and had soul. I won't argue for soul but that's just another issue.

    Nowadays pop-coreography moves are unoriginal, cheesy and easy. Like it or not.

    You can settle all you want, or even be easily impressed.

    But if nobody says anything, the industry sterilizes music.

    Holla at me when you know a little about the music biz.
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  9. Calliz aka Mark Spitz

    Calliz aka Mark Spitz New Member

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    That was hardly a serious argument. I really just wanted to see how far you'd go.

    Don't be mad because I think you're easily impressed, even on such trivial issues as Usher's physical fitness.
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  10. Odd Man Outt

    Odd Man Outt President of the South

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    for one, you've complained more than once about the man's abs

    two, I wasnt debatin about usher's stomach....i was pointin out how dumb it was to nitpick at every damn thang u can, especially another dude's stomach

    u always talkin about how his six pack is cheesy or not well defined or some shit

    and as far as me being easily impressed.....i just know what to expect outta certain people.I dont put the bar up 10000 ft for somebody that i know will only reach 500

    so i aint gotta complain all the damn time....i dont get joy outta dissin accomplished artists over and over
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  11. Ixtlan

    Ixtlan emceeingain'tforyou...

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    Who says it has to?

    We're merely having conversation about it.
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  12. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    Okay, I've had enough.. you guys argue all you want.
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  13. Ixtlan

    Ixtlan emceeingain'tforyou...

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    Choreography in today's music business is rather uninventive.

    Dance steps are sloppy and all every R&B vocalist can do is break.
    It's sickening.

    I'm not one for complaining all the time either, but Calliz has a point.
    So you can pop. That doesn't make you a great dancer.

    Paula Abdul is a dancer.
    Janet Jackson is a dancer.
    Michael Jackson is a dancer.
    James Brown is a dancer.
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  14. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    Um Ok............
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  15. Mask2MyFace2

    Mask2MyFace2 Controversial

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    Paula Abdul? just no


    James Brown originated breakdancing (somewhat)...The Good Foot...the precursor to breakdance which spawned poplock...so he's not a great dancer either?
    Michael Jackson is a poplocker...so he's not a great dancer? Kill yourself

    like I said in a previous thread you are a straight out hater...you don't know what you are talking about

    Turbo & Ozone? poppin and lockin...are they not great?
    Mr. Wiggles? Crazy Legs? breakdancers
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  16. Mask2MyFace2

    Mask2MyFace2 Controversial

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    and since inventing new dances is so simple and easy...why don't you release a video and show us some completely new never before seen dance moves that are tight....better yet create a new style. Since it's so uninventive...why don't you invent a new style instead of complaining?

    Be a choreographer to some of this music in todays business

    but no instead you feel the need to down another's hustle for no apparent reason. Why the hate? Just cause you don't like the moves don't mean it's not good dancing. Just cause it's not a completely new style doesn't mean it's not good dancing.
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  17. Odd Man Outt

    Odd Man Outt President of the South

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    they actin like we're sayin missy is the best dancer or some shit

    ciara CAN dance....point blank

    fuck all that "her moves aint complex" shit
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  18. Catch TWENTY 2

    Catch TWENTY 2 Poet Extrodinaire

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    Didn't we have this discussion already? Everyone in here just face it, Ciara is the best thing since sliced bread. She's the best singer ever! She's the best dancer ever!=severe case of sarcasm

    Now can we be done with this?
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  19. Blankk Page

    Blankk Page New Member

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    Thank you, even though the sarcasm wasn't necessary
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  20. Calliz aka Mark Spitz

    Calliz aka Mark Spitz New Member

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    Keep typing.
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