Discussion in 'Hip-Hop Central' started by GaLaTeA, Jun 18, 2010.
BAAAAAALLLINNNNN.... not jim himself, but thats a hint
i heard the way you tell if Em or someone else wrote for Dre is whether or not Dre says 'nigga'. apparently if Em writes it Dre wont say it. not sure how much truth there is to it. just what i've heard.
^^There's probably a small particle of truth to it. Where's smoke, there's fire.
There was a dude in the Old School forms like 5 years ago, who claimed to have the tape of this. He said Jay Z won. Never seen the tape though.
Also Shock G ghostwrote for Tupac's first album.
Lol 2pac neva had no ghost writer man
'pac ghostwrote for the illiterate outlawz, bar fatal and kadafi.
dre has been getting ghostwritten material for himself since the beginning, check out how his flows change when he's rapping with snoop, eminem, rakim, jay.
it's obvious snoop ghostwrote for him once, so did em in a few tracks. rakim was too obvious in the watcher. dre's a gangsta, he gets people to ghostwrite for him and if the track leaks where that rapper is showing dre how to rap it, he ditches them and ends their career, a la crooked i, royce.
poor cunts, but nice facts.
lol @ esham standing for eastside hoes and money ...
busta rhymes dissed jay z in a song around the time blackout came out
Nah man Shock G said it him self in an issue of Elemental like three of four years ago. If you really want me to dig it up I will.
he released a short EP last year. had no idea...just saw it while diggin in the bins at the record store a few weeks ago.
I would not be surprised at this... Pac was mad lyrical earlier in his career and he started rappin' with simpler schemes later on... and that's how the Bay is... they've always been lyrical with Del, Heiro and Digital Underground...
Lol I take it u katz dont listen to PAC MUSIK?? WOW
Don't know how true this is, but I heard Eve was a stripper before she got into rap.
I do know this for sure... Lil Kim was a prostitute and homeless when she met Big... she left her pop's house because he was abusing her and Big took her in... so the story in "Notorious" is waaay off.
Pac and Jada Pinkett were best friends in junior high where they attended the Baltimore School of Arts... and even though he was always pro-black and militant, Pac was also close friends with a white girl back at that same school.
Beyonce had an abortion when she was 15.
B-Real got his trademark nasal voice from the character Damon Wayans played in the movie, "Colors."
U-God was in jail for every one of the Wu releases during the '90s.
Will Smith scored over 1400 on his SAT and had a scholarship offer from Penn State, but chose rap instead.
Dr. Dre produced JJ Fad's mega-hit "Super-sonic."
Nobody out of NWA except for DJ Yella attended Eazy E's funeral.
DJ Yella is currently a porn producer.
I've been fuckin' wit Pac since 1990's "Same Song"... before Juice, before the arrests, before the superstardom.
Well then there u go! u should know pacz music and lyricz neva changed
But they did, though... the way he was rappin' on "Brenda's Got a Baby," "Same Song" and "Definition of a Thug Nigga" is different from the way he rapped on "Hail Mary," "Ambitionz of a Rida," and "Pour Out a Lil Liquor."
Might I add, they were still dope, though... but Pac really simplified his lyrics after he got large... same as Jay Z, same as Nas and same as most other rappers who blow and want to maintain mainstream exposure.
I don't know for sure if Shock G. ghostwrote his first album, but it's possible... DU was his mentors in the rap game when he first emerged... he was always a poet, but he was a dancer with them in the beginning.
I don't remember him saying he had a tape, but he did say that Jay destroyed BDK.
I remember him saying he had a tape, which is where I got that info from... I think that was the same guy who had tapes of Yo MTV Raps since from the beginning.
^Shit, you're right...
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