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 12-05-2004, 01:21 PM         #51
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 mprnc2000 said
He's helping commercial artist sell records. 50 Cent was going to sell over 3 million regardless of Eminem. D-12 only sell records cause of Eminem. Obie Trice only went gold. So that's about the same amount of black people who buy records. But do you wanna know who he's helping? Nelly, Chingy, Jkwon & Bow Wow. That's who he's helping sell records. That's how he fu*king it up for us. Also all these wack a.ss commercials

50 Cent wouldn't even have a deal if Em didn't sign him....

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 D-M-X said
50 Cent wouldn't even have a deal if Em didn't sign him....
See 50 Cent been poppin in the hood way before eminem knew of him. I was selling 50 cent tapes way before eminem came into the picture. So i knew he was going to blow soon. 50 Cent had several deals on the table at the time eminem signed him


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 14 years ago '04        #53
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 mprnc2000 said
See 50 Cent been poppin in the hood way before eminem knew of him. I was selling 50 cent tapes way before eminem came into the picture. So i knew he was going to blow soon. Eminem have several deals on the table at the time eminem signed him
Yeah so what you're saying is he was an underground cat and Eminem brought him up to his commercial success... interesting...


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 14 years ago '04        #54
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 Jigga0o7 said
Yeah so what you're saying is he was an underground cat and Eminem brought him up to his commercial success... interesting...
Eminem only got him over the 3 or 4 million hump to sell 7 to 8 million. Maybe he sold more then that. But 3 to 4 million records is still good cause DMX sold 3 to 4 million with no connection to Eminem. Yes he was underground, but mtv already started covering 50 Cent on the website before Eminem signed him. So he was already blowing up without Eminem.

 12-05-2004, 03:44 PM         #55
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didn't know that^

Just like you said, Eminem brought up his fame and sales though

 14 years ago '04        #56
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It brought up his sales. But what Eminem do for the hip hop in a whole? Since he claims he did so much for it

 14 years ago '04        #57
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 mprnc2000 said
Nas top selling album have to be It Was Written or I'am not sure. But that was way before Eminem came into the game. Jay-Z best selling album was Hard Knock Life and that came out before Eminem came into the game. So he's not helping any one but the commercial a.ss rappers i stated already
Has absolutely nothing to do with what I said. lol I was just saying that, when it comes to commercial/non commercial rap, Nas and Jay Z are no better than Chingy and Nelly. They've done that sh*t too to sell records. Yes, Chingy and Nelly sell records because they're commercial and Nas and Jay Z sell records because they're talented. But nevertheless, they've ALSO sold records cuz of commercial singles. Once again, I'm not arguing with your point or saying that anything is right or wrong. I'm just pointing out that all these guys, from Jay Z to Nelly, do what they gotta do in order to sell records...even if that includes releasing commercial sh*t, which makes them no better or worse than Eminem.

 14 years ago '04        #58
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 mprnc2000 said
It brought up his sales. But what Eminem do for the hip hop in a whole? Since he claims he did so much for it
1. He brought some serious talent into it and showed that you don't have to be black to be a good or successful rapper.
2. He brought new listeners. Rap just isn't for black people anymore, and whether you choose to agree or not, I feel that's a good thing. I like the fact that he helped rap music hit the ears of a lot of races and not just black people. I'm not saying he's solely responsible for it or that nobody else has contributed, just pointing out that that's something he's done.
3. He's help other people get on. Most people, when they get successful, they appreciate and celebrate their own success and forget where they came and don't help anyone else. Eminem got successful, then all his boys successful. Whether or not 50 Cent would have a deal at this point is unknown and a moot point, but he wouldn't be where he is now without Em. He's a white guy who saw success in a primarily black industry, but through (and after) him, SEVERAL black men (50, Buck, Banks, Obie, D-12 and eventually Game and Stat Quo) have become successful. I think that's pretty noteworthy.

 14 years ago '04        #59
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It's also a lot more than all these other guys (who get so much credit for helping hiphop, solely for being preachy on records) have done too.


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 14 years ago '04        #60
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<------------------And since I loved seeing her face 3 times in a row, let's make it 4. lol

 12-05-2004, 04:55 PM         #61
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 mprnc2000 said
He's helping commercial artist sell records. 50 Cent was going to sell over 3 million regardless of Eminem. D-12 only sell records cause of Eminem. Obie Trice only went gold. So that's about the same amount of black people who buy records. But do you wanna know who he's helping? Nelly, Chingy, Jkwon & Bow Wow. That's who he's helping sell records. That's how he fu*king it up for us. Also all these wack a.ss commercials

listen up, your sayin that eminem is partly responsible for commercializing hip-hop and its true that he has brought it to the attention of the masses which includes me, but what he has also done is open up alot of music that i probably wouldn't be aware of without him, that includes nas and jay-z

i understand that your pissed because some people that hear his music don't fully realize the origin of rap but why are you angry at him? if you prefer music from the 80's/early 90's then you can still find it in any hood that you claim to live in. if your looking for classic hip-hop then the charts is not the best place to do it

 14 years ago '04        #62
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Props to the two above posters.

 12-05-2004, 05:10 PM         #63
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 mprnc2000 said
It brought up his sales. But what Eminem do for the hip hop in a whole? Since he claims he did so much for it

simple:

Piss off the industry and all "don't-give-a-fu*k" attitude

 14 years ago '04        #64
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 mprnc2000 said
If you dont want anyone saying anything to you then dont say anything about anyone. If you going to say something towards me. I have a right to respond back even if it's positive or negative. I never call anyone stupid, retard or d!ck rider when i post something. I dont come into the board to name call anyone. I'm in here to hear what people have to say and conversate even if we disagree. It's nothing wrong with being disagreeable. I dont have any problems with kkk beliefs cause i have my own. But i do have a problem when people take they're beliefs to k!ll people.
Hmm if you ain't here to call names but you call out a whole race saying "Crackers"? I ain't white, but when you say racial slurs ever that sh*t ain't cool.

Peace

Good Post, I ain't know some of this stuff about em.

 D-M-X said
simple:

Piss off the industry and all "don't-give-a-fu*k" attitude
Didn't Tupac already do this?


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 14 years ago '04        #65
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I don't have nothing against Em but it's kind of gay to be into a another man to the point that your interested in his personal business. Reminds me of middle school girls reading B2K mags.

 14 years ago '04        #66
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ppl complain about how fans of hip hop now, arent real or dont kno anything because they werent there when hip hop "paved the way"... well wut do u think it was paving the way for? mainstream success and acceptance... and along with that, comes 12 year old white suburban fans... we might as well get over it, cuz its not goin away.

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 mprnc2000 said
See 50 Cent been poppin in the hood way before eminem knew of him. I was selling 50 cent tapes way before eminem came into the picture. So i knew he was going to blow soon. 50 Cent had several deals on the table at the time eminem signed him
Yeah but without Dre's production on "In The Club" the album would not have jumped off like it did.

And now, can the rest of the post relate to the 70 unknown facts? Let's stay on topic people!

 14 years ago '04        #68
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And another thing, don't y'all realize that hip-hop was supposed to be just another phase? It wasn't expected to last as long as it did. But why did it? Because it's becoming more and more popular each day. If people wanted it to stay underground, it would 've prolly died out long ago.

 14 years ago '04        #69
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1. He brought some serious talent into it and showed that you don't have to be black to be a good or successful rapper.
2. He brought new listeners. Rap just isn't for black people anymore, and whether you choose to agree or not, I feel that's a good thing. I like the fact that he helped rap music hit the ears of a lot of races and not just black people. I'm not saying he's solely responsible for it or that nobody else has contributed, just pointing out that that's something he's done.
3. He's help other people get on. Most people, when they get successful, they appreciate and celebrate their own success and forget where they came and don't help anyone else. Eminem got successful, then all his boys successful. Whether or not 50 Cent would have a deal at this point is unknown and a moot point, but he wouldn't be where he is now without Em. He's a white guy who saw success in a primarily black industry, but through (and after) him, SEVERAL black men (50, Buck, Banks, Obie, D-12 and eventually Game and Stat Quo) have become successful. I think that's pretty noteworthy.

^^^^WORD!!!!!!!!!!!! this is the stupidest topic. im sry but why r we argueing about if eminem has done anything for hiphop and sh*t. i mean every artist hasnt came into the game and CHANGE IT DRAMATICLY. no. so why put that sh*t on his shoulders?


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 12-05-2004, 08:42 PM         #70
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Eminem is just a dude makin good music, people need to know that and just that. And being black myself and being a big fan of rap/hiphop; I know that making good music and living in the hood are not related. I live in the suburbs, hate me for living in a safe neighborhood if you wanna.

You're turning it into too much of a racial issue. Kind of like how white people didn't/don't want black people in Nascar. There was a public outrage over that, never heard about it? And that's just for something that's basically people driving in circles really fast. Or how about golf? How down south they to this day don't like n*ggas play at some of the private clubs just because they're black. Unless they're a caddie that is. sh*t like this happens when there exists a "brotherhood of racism". It's a horrible idea, because generally what happens is a group of people shuts out another group of people just because they're different .Whether is be their background financially, ethnically, culturally... what have you. It's not right by any means, so why do it?

If white people wanna listen to black music and/or make it, then sh*t all the more power too them. Especially if they're making/listening to good sh*t. Don't tell me "black folks are upset" I'm happy as sh*t about whats going on. All people coming together and liking the same thing.

Rap/hiphop/r&b is running this sh*t and everyone knows it.

You're acting like eminem isn't giving respect to black culture. He's like the best in the game right now and his music sells like crack every time one of his albums drops. But not once has he claimed to be the king of rap or anything like how Elvis claimed to be the king of rock or whatever, while making what was essentially black music. Not only that, but he's bringing n*ggas up to be millionaires too.

I'm hella blunted so I don't know if this makes sense.




^^^^^^i like that main^^^^^^

 12-05-2004, 08:57 PM         #71
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good read

 14 years ago '04        #72
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obie went platinum, not gold...

 14 years ago '04        #73
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 mprnc2000 said
White people dont face oppression the same way we do


^ this guy is a fu*king bum. everybody has to go thru the same sh*t, people are just randomly born into better/worse situations.

case in point:

-paris hilton, born into a great situation/family, destined to be rich.

-me, born in a middle white class family, worked my a.ss off and i'm doin real well for myself...

-u, an angry and ignorant black baphoon who has nothin better to do than bi*ch on the internet about how hard life is. get off ur a.ss and do something with urself, u fu*king bum.

*spitting on you*

 14 years ago '04        #74
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hahah SLAYAR. LMAO

 14 years ago '04        #75
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 Skilllz said
Hmm if you ain't here to call names but you call out a whole race saying "Crackers"? I ain't white, but when you say racial slurs ever that sh*t ain't cool.

Peace

Good Post, I ain't know some of this stuff about em.



Didn't Tupac already do this?
when i used the word cracker. i didnt mean all white people, i meant the racist whites. but i done debating cause people starting to give me hate for disagree with them about eminem

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