What year did hip hop die? Lets hear your opinion!

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  1. Big Buck$ baby

    Big Buck$ baby I should get a new name

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    Where were you the day hip hop died?
    Is it too early to mourn, is it too late to cry

    What was the year?

    i gotta say around 97-98
    with FEW exceptions in the following 4 years
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  2. Parental_Advisory

    Parental_Advisory Click Click Pow

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    hip-hop isn't dead...
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  3. NinoBrowN15

    NinoBrowN15 the 100 million man

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    hip hop isnt dead......its jus asleep
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  4. OrtizDupri

    OrtizDupri then you gotta BREATHE

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    Hip-hop is more varied and diverse and alive than ever.
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  5. SuB zer0

    SuB zer0 A.D.R.I.A.N.N.A

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    my god

    stop bitchin about hip hop bein dead

    wtf makes it dead???

    it changed with the times

    if u dont like it listen to somethin else
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  6. Young C NJ

    Young C NJ myspace.com/thecausenj

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    how in the motherfuck is hip hop dead? stop talkin that bullshit its startin 2 piss me off already
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  7. fcuk

    fcuk New Member

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    hip hop died when eminem came out
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  8. identity-X

    identity-X No Talent Assclown

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    co-signs yo
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  9. Jazzy-J

    Jazzy-J New Member

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    Hip hop aint dead, its just the creativity of it.
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  10. orlarap

    orlarap New Member

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    ^ yeah. the creativity died. hiphop is still going. and it been diverse for years.
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  11. Ancient Africa

    Ancient Africa Member

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    hip hop isnt dead its all underground... mainstream is ran by corporate white men and white kids who love hearing negros talkin about money, clothes, killing, drugs, hoes, and sex.. rappers are killing the game.. theres only a handfull of emcees who are considered mainstream like common, nas, talib
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  12. The_K3

    The_K3 ^Secksi^

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    ^^wow the top artists seemed to talk about that,
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  13. KnightMere

    KnightMere KnightMere

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    yo chill with that...fuck is the hate comin from?
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  14. Parental_Advisory

    Parental_Advisory Click Click Pow

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    Hip-Hop ain't dead...true Hip-Hop Heads are though...
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  15. hiphop didnt die, the TALENTED and CREATIVE cats in hiphop did.

    it should be "what year did hiphop lose talented emcees"?
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  16. Noncentz

    Noncentz Sieg Heil, M'fer!

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    Since I have no idea what the future holds, I would say that hiphop started getting sleepy in 98, and was fast asleep in 2001.

    2001, was a bad year for a lot of things.
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