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    ( ē_ē)>⌐■-■ (⌐■_■) AaronY's Avatar
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    Because he recently tried being some sort of moral compass on Trump.

    410 posts in like a week lmao. god stfu already

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    Cause of Enimem's pathetic Trump bashing
    He's a sellout going for the lowest hanging fruit.

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    Isn't she still underage?
    Tranny pedophile

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    lol

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    I cannot grok its fullnes leemajors's Avatar
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    too busy listening to that new Bun B to care. You checked it Trill Clinton?

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    Yup i listened to some of the Bun yesterday. I really like it. The song with run the jewels and lil Wayne are my favorites.

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    Bring chad butler back... Pimp c was the realist.. They sacrificed him..... He was about to expose the music industry.. Its exactly what he said would happen with these fake ass booty hole plexin rappers nowadays

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    album is not bad!

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    410 posts in like a week lmao. god stfu already

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    The Ringer and Lucky you are fire

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    song "Fall" seems pretty good.
    Can some of you rappereses tell me what's behind his beef with many people on this song?

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    lol
    OMG i'm in tears

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    too busy listening to that new Bun B to care. You checked it Trill Clinton?
    Outta Season had me feeling nostalgic. Good by Bun and KRIT.

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    too busy listening to that new Bun B to care.
    Bring chad butler back... Pimp c was the realist.. They sacrificed him..... He was about to expose the music industry.. Its exactly what he said would happen with these fake ass booty hole plexin rappers nowadays
    Outta Season had me feeling nostalgic. Good by Bun and KRIT.
    Will listen to that new Bun next time I'm on the road, thanks for the heads up

    Z-Ro is set to drop Sadism any day now, sure that's gonna be fire too

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    Rap is experiencing what happened to rock back in the 2000's- all the best artists in the genre are old vets. Not a bad thing, just an indictment on how the current gen of artists are.

    Bun has always been cold, tho.

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    Rap is experiencing what happened to rock back in the 2000's- all the best artists in the genre are old vets. Not a bad thing, just an indictment on how the current gen of artists are.
    I don't know that most listeners would agree with you. Most younger hip hop listeners probably aren't listening to Bun B and Snoop. And to be honest, I'd have a hard time putting their new work up against Kendrick, Young Thug, Gucci, etc.

    Rap is probably more popular now than it's ever been, so certainly there are going to be some new artists scraping the bottom. But the top artists are putting out some of the most inventive material the genre has ever seen.

    Older rock fans pined for the good ole days during the grunge movement, but 25 years later there aren't many people suggesting the early 90's output of the hair metal and classic rock dinosaurs stands the test of time better than Nirvana, Soundgarden, etc.

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    Rock and Rap both hit their absolute cultural rock bottom in the 1998-2004ish era. Thereís some good rap out there today, but if the Lilí Xans and 6ix9ines of the world are the future, rap might reach itís lowest point yet, even lower than the Master P/Juvenile/50 Cent/Nelly/Ruff Ryders era.

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    I don't know that most listeners would agree with you. Most younger hip hop listeners probably aren't listening to Bun B and Snoop. And to be honest, I'd have a hard time putting their new work up against Kendrick, Young Thug, Gucci, etc.

    Rap is probably more popular now than it's ever been, so certainly there are going to be some new artists scraping the bottom. But the top artists are putting out some of the most inventive material the genre has ever seen.

    Older rock fans pined for the good ole days during the grunge movement, but 25 years later there aren't many people suggesting the early 90's output of the hair metal and classic rock dinosaurs stands the test of time better than Nirvana, Soundgarden, etc.

    Yeah, this is definitely going to be something we agree to disagree on, as tends to be with subjective entertainment.

    Lamar is cool, but YT and Gucci are garbage to me and a lot of people I chat music with feel the same. It's the generational thing, but to me the output of guys like RiffRaff, Drake and the slew of pop musicians have watered down the genre. It is pop music.

    It's what happened with rock in the early 2000's. The awesomeness of the 90s gave way to your Limp Bizkits and PowerMan 5000's etc. like we see watered down rappers like your Guccis and Young Thugs and your just garbage like 69 and whatnot.

    Being popular doesn't make it better, but again, entertainment is all subjective.

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    Rock and Rap both hit their absolute cultural rock bottom in the 1998-2004ish era. Thereís some good rap out there today, but if the Lilí Xans and 6ix9ines of the world are the future, rap might reach itís lowest point yet, even lower than the Master P/Juvenile/50 Cent/Nelly/Ruff Ryders era.

    Fiddy was legit. Replace him with Ja Rule and that statement is 100.

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    Fiddy was legit. Replace him with Ja Rule and that statement is 100.
    LOL Ja Rule, I forgot all about him and Murder Inc. My god that era of rap was such trash

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    Thereís some good rap out there today, but if the Lilí Xans and 6ix9ines of the world are the future, rap might reach itís lowest point yet
    I think those guys are blips. They're viral stunts. The rap equivalent of Gangham Style.

    But we'll see.

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    LOL Ja Rule, I forgot all about him and Murder Inc. My god that era of rap was such trash

    LOL, I think someone here posted an article about that dude tryna run a music festival and it was complete and utter s and false advertising since they advertised "cabannas" for people to stay in and they were just ty survival tents.

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    Rock and Rap both hit their absolute cultural rock bottom in the 1998-2004ish era. Thereís some good rap out there today, but if the Lilí Xans and 6ix9ines of the world are the future, rap might reach itís lowest point yet, even lower than the Master P/Juvenile/50 Cent/Nelly/Ruff Ryders era.
    Hardcore hip-hop fans talk about the 90's to the early 2000's as the golden era of hip-hop, tbh.

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    The late 90's to early 00's were a low point in a lot of areas of pop culture. Remember how every other summer blockbuster was a war movie for a while because of Saving Private Ryan?

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    Even worse, the absolute barrage of post-American Pie teen comedies.

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