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    Asap rocky



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    Last edited by dodgersuck; 11-19-2012 at 12:07 PM.

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    It looks clean! Nothing looks better than a clean signature with nice colors.

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    Thanks man!

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    Really diggin this. Like the second one a little bit more.

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    Dig the sig.
    Can't stand him as an artist tho
    Straight up jacked his name from Aesop Rock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    Dig the sig.
    Can't stand him as an artist tho
    Straight up jacked his name from Aesop Rock.
    No he didn't. They just sound familiar. Their music is too ridiculously different to think that he got inspirations from Aesop Rock.

    ASAP means "always strive and prosper". His real name is Rakim. Hence "ASAP Rocky".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckwheat View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    Dig the sig.
    Can't stand him as an artist tho
    Straight up jacked his name from Aesop Rock.
    No he didn't. They just sound familiar. Their music is too ridiculously different to think that he got inspirations from Aesop Rock.

    ASAP means "always strive and prosper". His real name is Rakim. Hence "ASAP Rocky".
    I hear ya, but still, I'm unmoved by his music. Guess I've just been exposed to too much good hiphop to give a **** about ASAP Rocky

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    I hear ya, but still, I'm unmoved by his music. Guess I've just been exposed to too much good hiphop to give a **** about ASAP Rocky
    ASAP is good hiphop, some of the best out there nowadays lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    I hear ya, but still, I'm unmoved by his music. Guess I've just been exposed to too much good hiphop to give a **** about ASAP Rocky
    ASAP is good hiphop, some of the best out there nowadays lol.
    Real talk, no bullshittin. How old r u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    Real talk, no bullshittin. How old r u?
    That's irrelevant to a discussion on music.

    I'm 22 and listen to ASAP Rocky. Fly is like 14 and listens to ASAP Rocky. Whether you find him to suck or not, it shows how your question is just silly.
    Last edited by Buckwheat; 11-25-2012 at 07:15 PM.

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    It's not irrelevant. Being 22 means that me and you have completely different tastes in hiphop because we're from completely different eras of hip hop.

    I'm from the days of peterock and c.l smooth, krs one, nas, digable planets, tupac, and underground cats like el-p, mr lif and cannibal ox....

    I'm not tryin to knock your tastes in music. I'm just stating my opinion.
    But age is completely relevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    It's not irrelevant. Being 22 means that me and you have completely different tastes in hiphop because we're from completely different eras of hip hop.

    I'm from the days of peterock and c.l smooth, krs one, nas, digable planets, tupac, and underground cats like el-p, mr lif and cannibal ox....

    I'm not tryin to knock your tastes in music. I'm just stating my opinion.
    But age is completely relevant.
    No. It is not. The Main Ingredient, Illmatic, Return of the Boom Bap, and Mecca and the Soul Brother are some of my favorite albums.

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    Man, you were like 2 or 3 years old when some of them albums are coming out.
    Anyway. Those are hiphop classics.

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    Rocky's cool, but Ferg is >>

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    Man, you were like 2 or 3 years old when some of them albums are coming out.
    Anyway. Those are hiphop classics.
    Does being 2 or 3 at the time of the release of the album prevent you from listening to it 10 years later?

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