It seems like rock kids are open minded than hip hop fans.

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  1. deadweather

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    anyone else agrees? this isnt an attack on hip hop purists, its just an observation

    for example, rock magazines such as rolling stone and spin magazine will feature rap artists often, spin even named kanye west artist of the year. Every person i know who listens to rock can appreciate a good rap album as well, it seems like vice versa is not true for hip hop fans. The new york radio station krock plays hip hop ocassionally, i remember when outkast had the number one song, and they'd play classic dr dre songs from the early 90s. I havent heard the local rap station in new york play that jay-z linkin park shit at all. oh well
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  2. deadweather

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    yah its a classic. dont tell nokas though
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  3. Wonk Saggin

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    hahah at green day.
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  4. Wonk Saggin

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    man, i didnt even mention anything about hip-hop..
    last hip-hop album i bought was the new cee-lo and before that i dont even remember...

    green day has been lame for a while. i think i have their dookie cd somewhere though..
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  5. Wonk Saggin

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    yeah, i figured.


    i used to be big on Bad Brains back in middle school, dunno if yall know about that shit though....haha
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  6. Nick Name™

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    yeah good point, i didnt really think about it like that..

    i have a few rock cds, and sometimes i'll mix them in on a burnt cd..but
    rock doesnt give me the same feeling as hip hop ,,yu knoww
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  7. ILLRoyalty

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    r...rock? what is this rock?
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  8. deadweather

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    its mind expanding music
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    boulevard of broken dreams is a good song
    they've returned to form and crafted a legacy for themselves
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  10. I SUCK AT POKER < DONKEY

    I SUCK AT POKER < DONKEY who fuen CARES

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    new rock is trash anyways
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  11. supacilious

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    nah

    most rock heads i talk to is not open minded at all to hip hop...some were feeling my underground hip hop collection but most werent
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    haha
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  13. Kil'Jaed

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    Yeah, thats no lie...something about GD's last album just caught my attention and kept it... most every song on the album is perfect..

    loved it
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  14. Synopsis

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    yeah hiphop heads are fickle. I think hiphop producers appreciate more forms of music then artists and fans.
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  15. S. Gatsby

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    True in some words..

    Alot of hip hop heads don't really get down on the rock tip, but then again .. True, There are a good bit of rock heads that enjoy HipHop but it is definetly a bigger number of heads that dont like it than do ..

    I've experienced that when I go to schools selling CD's .. I went to a 85% white school in my area after school, and there were lots of white cats that were real into rock that were buying the CD or telling me to come back tomorrow and they'd buy it plus if I seen them later on, they gave great reviews etc .. I think they're really MUSIC heads than rock heads, I sometimes wonder what it would be like if everyone was like that.
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  16. Micology

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    I get alot of love from rock fans....I'm doin a show with a rockband in a few months....
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  17. Odd Man Outt

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    lmao why the hell are u surprised that a RAP/RNB radio station doesnt play rock music?
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    dear favian,
    the new mars volta album has leaked.
    "frances the mute", a concept album, with 5 songs that lapse into each other perfectly.

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  19. one der

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    Green day isn't really Rock. They are like...soft punk with substance.
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  20. TaLi RodrigueZ

    TaLi RodrigueZ Washed Up Rapper...

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    I think a lot of uninformed Hip Hop folks are afraid to listen to anything else for fear of losing their 'street cred' with their boys...What...WTF you got a Metallica CD for...DOOD YOU'RE FUCKING slipping...Lots of peer pressure...Just my opinion...
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