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    A party of people didn't appreciate this song as much as I did.

    Then after 20 mins they asked for me to play it again lol.

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    this ***** the worst

    Keef > Trinidad James

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    But he doesn't have a gold tank so Master P >>>>>>

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    Quote Originally Posted by metsfan4ever View Post
    this ***** the worst

    Keef > Trinidad James
    hahahahahahaha

    no.

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    Woooo
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    Certified Gold Thread Bump! Whoo

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    These ignorant down south rappers ruined hip hop.


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    If this song came out in 1995....he would have been shot on the spot for producing such garbage.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromedome View Post
    If this song came out in 1995....he would have been shot on the spot for producing such garbage.
    And that's a good thing, right?

    Killing people because you don't like their music? Now that's gangsta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckwheat View Post
    And that's a good thing, right?

    Killing people because you don't like their music? Now that's gangsta.
    Killing people is always the answer.

    Besides it's not like radio people know this song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckwheat View Post
    And that's a good thing, right?

    Killing people because you don't like their music? Now that's gangsta.
    I'm sorry.

    This song wouldn't have been produced in 1995 due to his lack of talent.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromedome View Post
    I'm sorry.

    This song wouldn't have been produced in 1995 due to his lack of talent.
    I'm sorry.

    But "Make 'Em Say Uhhh" was made in 1997.

    The idea that the 1990's was some holy time for Hip-Hop is just laughable. Terrible music doesn't stand the test of time. Good music does. That's why nostalgic fools can look back and stroke off while criticizing typical radio trash of today.

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    Good music can stand the test of time......which is why 10 years from now when people are still listening to Biggie, Jay-z, Tupac, Nas etc...they'll look back at this Trinadad James/Chicken noodle soup "rap" nonsense and laugh.




    Popped a molly and I'm sweating? R.i.p hip hop.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cromedome View Post
    Good music can stand the test of time......which is why 10 years from now when people are still listening to Biggie, Jay-z, Tupac, Nas etc...they'll look back at this Trinadad James/Chicken noodle soup "rap" nonsense and laugh.




    Popped a molly and I'm sweating? R.i.p hip hop.
    People are laughing now. It's not meant to be taken seriously as great Hip-Hop. Not many consider this "good music". Just like many didn't consider Ice Ice Baby as good music. But it's fun. It's quotable. It's easy to listen to because it's senseless.

    We also have Kendrick Lamar, Nas, Kanye, Cunninlynguists, Jon Connor, Action Bronson, KRIT, etc. to stand the test of time.

    RIP Hip-Hop? It was ridiculous when people said it in 2006 and it's ridiculous now.. especially seeing that Kanye and Kendrick Lamar have released two of Hip-Hop's best albums... all in the past three years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckwheat View Post

    RIP Hip-Hop? It was ridiculous when people said it in 2006 and it's ridiculous now.. especially seeing that Kanye and Kendrick Lamar have released two of Hip-Hop's best albums... all in the past three years.
    Thanks for proving my point. Kendrick Lamar? Ridiculous ignorant b.s.


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