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  • smith3198
    688 posts
    edited November 2013
    Depeche Mode---never let me down again

  • smith3198
    688 posts
    edited November 2013
    I have a very Eclectic Love of music!
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    "Nothin' but a Cavi Hit" Mack10 feat. Kurupt and Daz Dillinger.

  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    "Made N1664z" Tupac Feat. Outlawz

  • smith3198
    688 posts
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    "Made N1664z" Tupac Feat. Outlawz

    [/q

    :thumbup: :thumbup:
  • pignagain
    32 posts
    edited November 2013
    I personally think hip hop hit the peak with ****.(snoop doggy dog) And has been in a pre-generated beat decline ever since. Having said that you can't go wrong with Funkadelic even a little Parliament does your ear hole good.
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    pignagain wrote:
    I personally think hip hop hit the peak with ****.(snoop doggy dog) And has been in a pre-generated beat decline ever since. Having said that you can't go wrong with Funkadelic even a little Parliament does your ear hole good.

    Yep I couldn't agree more. Hip hop died with tupac. Today's stuff mostly is just garbage.
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    "Gangstaz"kurupt and daz.

  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    Here is one of the best hiphop songs ever imo

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  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    Another favo hiphop track

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  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    Not working mate
  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    pignagain wrote:
    I personally think hip hop hit the peak with ****.(snoop doggy dog) And has been in a pre-generated beat decline ever since. Having said that you can't go wrong with Funkadelic even a little Parliament does your ear hole good.

    Yep I couldn't agree more. Hip hop died with tupac. Today's stuff mostly is just garbage.

    Man, with all do respect, this is so not true. I think that you stopt listening to hiphop if you mean that!
    Here are a few to name: Apollo Brown, Cunninlynguist, Cyne, Blu & Exile, Atmosphere, Grieves, Brother Ali, Kendrick Lamar, Substantial, Natti, The Roots, kanye West, Blame One, Action Bronson etc etc etc

    All off them dropped some big * nice albums the last few years. Hiphop is still there, you just should be open for it :wink:

    Again with all do respect. And your definitly right that Tupac was a great artist, but the greates and hiphop stopt after he died :? Couldn't agree less mate :!:

    PS: Sorry for my weak english typing :P
  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    [/quote] Emmcee1 said: Yep I couldn't agree more. Hip hop died with tupac. Today's stuff mostly is just garbage.[/quote]

    Just too prove my point, name this garbage if you dare :wink:







    En speciaal deze voor emmcee1 for the intro :wink:



    Sorry i get a little fanatic if it comes to hiphop
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    pignagain wrote:
    I personally think hip hop hit the peak with ****.(snoop doggy dog) And has been in a pre-generated beat decline ever since. Having said that you can't go wrong with Funkadelic even a little Parliament does your ear hole good.

    Yep I couldn't agree more. Hip hop died with tupac. Today's stuff mostly is just garbage.

    Man, with all do respect, this is so not true. I think that you stopt listening to hiphop if you mean that!
    Here are a few to name: Apollo Brown, Cunninlynguist, Cyne, Blu & Exile, Atmosphere, Grieves, Brother Ali, Kendrick Lamar, Substantial, Natti, The Roots, kanye West, Blame One, Action Bronson etc etc etc

    All off them dropped some big * nice albums the last few years. Hiphop is still there, you just should be open for it :wink:

    Again with all do respect. And your definitly right that Tupac was a great artist, but the greates and hiphop stopt after he died :? Couldn't agree less mate :!:

    PS: Sorry for my weak english typing :P
    I better stop while iam ahead, obviously where not on the same level, no offense, nothing personal. That's just your preference, I just don't follow the masses if you can get what iam saying.
  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    Emmcee1 said:[/quote] I better stop while iam ahead, obviously where not on the same level, no offense, nothing personal. That's just your preference, I just don't follow the masses if you can get what iam saying.
    [/quote]

    Don't follow the masses :shock: You follow 2pac and just got the MMLP2 :cry:

    I just name a few (underground) great hiphop artist, wich is the top of the ice berg. PPB half of them you don't know.

    aahhhh you are right let's drop it, can't expect others to dive as deep as i did.

    Keep it plain, keep it simple, stick to your 2pac :wink:

    All of this sounds ppb offenive and attacking, but less is true. For me it's unbelievable what you just said... god.
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    Emmcee1 said:
    I better stop while iam ahead, obviously where not on the same level, no offense, nothing personal. That's just your preference, I just don't follow the masses if you can get what iam saying.
    [/quote]
    Don't follow the masses :shock: You follow 2pac and just got the MMLP2 :cry:

    I just name a few (underground) great hiphop artist, wich is the top of the ice berg. PPB half of them you don't know.

    aahhhh you are right let's drop it, can't expect others to dive as deep as i did.

    Keep it plain, keep it simple, stick to your 2pac :wink:

    All of this sounds ppb offenive and attacking, but less is true. For me it's unbelievable what you just said... god.

    Well since you want to be like that, I don't follow illuminati brainwashing the public artists, that's what I mean, I don't follow sheeple. Tupac was very anti-illuminati, I just don't like tupac for his music, he was a brilliant human being, trying to expose these people to the public. Classic example, jay z is massive illuminati, now MTV places him as the greatest mc ever, how? PAC has sold more albums, so it's not about sales, PAC is better lyrically hands down, so it's not about skill. So whats it about? It's picking a person who will do as there told and will be worshipped by the public. Eminem is illuminati but he doesn't push it like jay z and others do, guess cuz he is white I like to listen to his different style,so that's one example of forced marketing right there, so in that sense you could call me a hypocrite but other than that, I think my reason is good enough. This is why I said what I said, now you either know what iam talking about or you think iam a nut job, either way, it's hard knowing what majority dont.
  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    Emmcee1 said:
    I better stop while iam ahead, obviously where not on the same level, no offense, nothing personal. That's just your preference, I just don't follow the masses if you can get what iam saying.
    Don't follow the masses :shock: You follow 2pac and just got the MMLP2 :cry:

    I just name a few (underground) great hiphop artist, wich is the top of the ice berg. PPB half of them you don't know.

    aahhhh you are right let's drop it, can't expect others to dive as deep as i did.

    Keep it plain, keep it simple, stick to your 2pac :wink:

    All of this sounds ppb offenive and attacking, but less is true. For me it's unbelievable what you just said... god.

    Emmcee1 said: Well since you want to be like that, I don't follow illuminati brainwashing the public artists, that's what I mean, I don't follow sheeple. Tupac was very anti-illuminati, I just don't like tupac for his music, he was a brilliant human being, trying to expose these people to the public. Classic example, jay z is massive illuminati, now MTV places him as the greatest mc ever, how? PAC has sold more albums, so it's not about sales, PAC is better lyrically hands down, so it's not about skill. So whats it about? It's picking a person who will do as there told and will be worshipped by the public. Eminem is illuminati but he doesn't push it like jay z and others do, guess cuz he is white I like to listen to his different style,so that's one example of forced marketing right there, so in that sense you could call me a hypocrite but other than that, I think my reason is good enough. This is why I said what I said, now you either know what iam talking about or you think iam a nut job, either way, it's hard knowing what majority dont.[/quote]


    Ok :shock:

    Man, one thing you achieved is make me laugh. This is food for discussion and you have been wrong as you can ever be. I have to force myself to keep this short.
    Always when i meet somebody that "adors" Pac, he/she is blinded for others. It is like loves makes blind...

    You said: I just don't like tupac for his music, he was a brilliant human being, trying to expose these people to the public. Classic example, jay z is massive illuminati, now MTV places him as the greatest mc ever, how?
    - I quess you knew Pac personaly?! And the MTV award 2013 of global icon go's to your other idol Eminem and not Jay-z.
    I am not even a fan of Jay-z but i dare to say that he is a great mc and achieved a lot outside hiphop en meant a lot to the community.

    You said: he is white I like to listen to his different style,so that's one example of forced marketing right there, so in that sense you could call me a hypocrite
    -Yes you are a hypocrite

    And you said: now you either know what iam talking about or you think iam a nut job, either way, it's hard knowing what majority dont
    - Definitly choose you are a nut job

    It's a shame your brain is infected by Pac, because he was a great artist, but he didn't achieve what he was here for, because he blinded you instead of giving you understanding what hiphop and the community is about.
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    Yeah ok man, i have to stop here because its like bashing my head against the wall, your totally missing my point, it's like it blew right over your head, it worked on you didnt it? Just like billion of other people, now I know exatcly, there is no point going on about this because you will never understand, and if I keep this discussion going, there is no way I can explain my point of view without it offending you, so it's best we stop here. You can say what you like about me and thinking I don't know this and that, but it's you that is making ME laugh and making others like myslef laugh aswell, and there are a few on here, trust me, I've been here a while and got to know quite a few people.

    And before you jump to another conclusion, there not tupac fans either, just people who see the world for how it "really" is.

    Ohh and another thing your wrong about, I don't "idolise" Eminem, he doesn't even make it into my top 10 of greatest ever mc's
  • Unlikelyend
    55 posts
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    Yeah ok man, i have to stop here because its like bashing my head against the wall, your totally missing my point, it's like it blew right over your head, it worked on you didnt it? Just like billion of other people, now I know exatcly, there is no point going on about this because you will never understand, and if I keep this discussion going, there is no way I can explain my point of view without it offending you, so it's best we stop here. You can say what you like about me and thinking I don't know this and that, but it's you that is making ME laugh and making others like myslef laugh aswell, and there are a few on here, trust me, I've been here a while and got to know quite a few people.

    And before you jump to another conclusion, there not tupac fans either, just people who see the world for how it "really" is.

    Ohh and another thing your wrong about, I don't "idolise" Eminem, he doesn't even make it into my top 10 of greatest ever mc's

    I agree we put it too closer.
    Not that i want the last word, but we can shake hands if it's comming to not understanding eachother, bashing heads and laughters.

    Peace!

    Keep enjoying your music you love, i will do mine :wink:
  • emmcee1
    8388 posts Member
    edited November 2013
    emmcee1 wrote:
    Yeah ok man, i have to stop here because its like bashing my head against the wall, your totally missing my point, it's like it blew right over your head, it worked on you didnt it? Just like billion of other people, now I know exatcly, there is no point going on about this because you will never understand, and if I keep this discussion going, there is no way I can explain my point of view without it offending you, so it's best we stop here. You can say what you like about me and thinking I don't know this and that, but it's you that is making ME laugh and making others like myslef laugh aswell, and there are a few on here, trust me, I've been here a while and got to know quite a few people.

    And before you jump to another conclusion, there not tupac fans either, just people who see the world for how it "really" is.

    Ohh and another thing your wrong about, I don't "idolise" Eminem, he doesn't even make it into my top 10 of greatest ever mc's

    I agree we put it too closer.
    Not that i want the last word, but we can shake hands if it's comming to not understanding eachother, bashing heads and laughters.

    Peace!

    Keep enjoying your music you love, i will do mine :wink:
    yeah exactly, Iam not going hate on anybody who listen to what they want, this is just my opinion and iam glad we could come to a resolution, weather it be what we want or not. It's cool you just like hip hop, where I come from,not many at all, mainly heavy mental heads.
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