Discussion in 'Hip-Hop Central' started by Twamp, Dec 23, 2013.
So the topic ain't had nothing to do with Nas or Drake anymore?
Lol@ anyone discrediting Pac as a rapper..
@Vulgar n @Esoteriq been herbs
This retard eso prefers drake to pac, dont pay him any attention. He thinks biggie is wack.
We should of banned him ages ago.
Why isn't there a vote option of "neither, they're both insignificant", eh?
You have never refuted one thing that I've ever said. You are a dumb piece of shit that doesn't understand music or life and you need to die in a fire.
I like how you use "we" as if you belong and are just one of the guys. Who the FUCK has been clowned on here more than you? No one, that's who. You're not respected, you're not liked and you're trying to project that onto me.
I have the brain to actually think for myself and form my own opinions, you're just a backpacking faggot who goes along with what he thinks other hipster faggots expect from him.
Ey @Mel Man get off my dick shorty
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god willin earth and humans still on on earth in 100-1000-million years
pac will still will be the #1 rapper/icon/etc more than any rapper period
nigga was annointed.
Pun got outshined so fucking hard by Black Thought:
too many words in his bars, no rhythm or meter to it, no cadence... like a 2001 netcee reading a verse he wrote with no beat, instead of having it memorized so he can play with the delivery. Pun's got some killer verses, deserves his status, and "dead in the middle of little Italy" is arguably the greatest bar in hip-hop history... and his style is one of the ones that made Eminem rich... but he's overrated as a rapper, to me. His stuff intended to be singles and hits were pretty horrendous sometimes imo - powered entirely by the production, hooks, and general song structure. Nowhere near as adept a songmaker as Biggie and Pac.
...and I don't care what anybody says, Canibus had the best verse on Fantastic Four, too:
Every rapper is overrated. Psht, is just putting words together that rhyme.
Rap, at it's structural and vocal peak, is the most advanced form of speech on the planet. We're like human dolphins and shit. Nawmeanz, son?
LOL in actuality YOU'VE been clowned the most on here fakkit
We all got brains,,,your not special so don't front like you stand out on here...You just have horrible taste and are a fraud posing as a Hip Hop Head
Someone ban this uncle tom house nikka already
Pac>>>ya bitch ass life
Let go the grudge dogg
Pac refuse a show in Philly n left ya ass in the cold or somethin??
smh @ not recognizing Greatness!
You just bullet pointed the resume of a great, who deserves his spot, and then still called him overrated. That's interesting to me. Great emcees have a specialty, well rounded but always a special trait that makes them stand out. Pun is one of the great "pure" rappers of his era. There's something to be said for mind blowing "bars". Just strait lines with with intricate structure.
Pac, while I'm not a fan of is more of a debate. Someone point me to ANY Big that I may not have heard that makes him ANY better than average. There is nothing more than average about Chris Wallace
I respect you and all Esoteriq. But you just called Biggie average?
That you're the dumbest motherfucker on RM (which is saying a lot)? No.
But certainly, that has to be your goal, because it's certainly not having integrity, or being honest, or making sense or using your brain. So if angering me is your goal, you're a lot closer to that than any of those things I mentioned.
It HAS to suck being you, how do you even remember you're supposed to eat every day?
Eso is a house nikka
Don't expect him to like or understand any rugged street raps...
Even his idol Marshall knows Pac n Big are the best...
He in denial on some "stand out shit"....but by attempting to "stand out" he burying his grave deeper
Anything I say about Big will sound like blasphemy but yea he was painfully average.
Conceptually, he had gems like Suicidal Thoughts but they were few and far between. Most of his music was straitforward talking about lifestyle. Size unrelated there's a lot of similarities between Biggie and Rick Ross. They tell similar stories, only Biggie was more self effacing than Ross. As far as actual rhyme scheme and style....Big was just so vanilla.
I had like 3 songs from Ready to Die pop up on my Pandora at the gym (first time listening in about 2 years to anything Biggie related) and I just had to stop and go "Niggas think this dude is some kind of rap god, he's so average".
He doesn't strike me as anything Ross couldn't do with the exception of being authentic (which admittedly counts for something).
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