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 8 years ago '06        #281
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 JFamis said:
Drake isn't on the list either, so I guess he's not relevant either? You f**kin idiot.

What about Rick Ross? Fab? They didn't make this list either.

No one cares about MTV.
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 8 years ago '09        #282
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you actually took mtvs s**tty list seriously???
 12-09-2009, 10:32 PM         #283
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lol.. em loses again....


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lol.. mtv leavin em out again??

-MTV's Top 25 Songs of the year-


25. Black Eyed Peas: "I Gotta Feeling" Twenty million Peas fans can't be wrong — and certainly not in this case. The song that dominated the Billboard Hot 100 (#1 for 14 straight weeks) also happens to be an effervescent, electro-tinged blast, managing to capture the promise of a million Saturday nights. Also, it's the only song on this list to feature the phrase "Mazel tov," which counts for something.

24. Mastodon: "The Last Baron" Thirteen minutes of doomy, interlocking guitars, pummeling drums and whiplash-inducing time changes that climaxes with the best guitar solo of the year — a fiery, fret-wrecking two minutes that will make your skull explode. It's about inter-dimensional time travel, just in case you were wondering.

23. Ke$ha: "TiK ToK" On the basis of this song alone, Ms. Sebert seems like she'd be a fun girl to party with.

22. Wale: "Chillin' " A lean, mean slab of swagger-hop from our nation's capital. Spindly, urgent beats floating above a chopped-up sample of Steam's "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye," Lady Gaga on the hook (channeling M.I.A.) and some deft wordplay from Wale himself ("I remain a Giant, and you're Jeremy Shockey") make this one great. And the Ben's Chili Bowl cameos in the video are a nice touch, too. (R.I.P., Ben Ali.)

21. Franz Ferdinand: "No You Girls" The swaggering soundtrack to your favorite Saturday night activities (knife f!ghts, s3x in bathroom stalls, shame), from a group of Glaswegian guys who are apparently well versed in all three. It's great, strutting guitar rock, and why this song — and its accompanying album, Tonight — weren't bigger deals is beyond me.

20. Miley Cyrus: "The Climb" You want a classic, throwback pop ballad? You got it, courtesy of Ms. Cyrus. Somber piano? Trilling strings? Nondescript-yet-inspirational message about overcoming adversity? This song's got it all, and it bears mentioning that Miley sings the bejeezus out of it, too.

19. The Flaming Lips: "Watching the Planets" A pounding, primal song about all the nebulous, intangible things we rolled into 2009 talking about ("hope," "change," etc.) that's also one of the first to suggest that perhaps none of it holds any water. When Wayne Coyne yelps "Oh oh oh oh oh/ Finding that there ain't no answers to find," he isn't just talking about black holes, you know.

18. Brand New: "At the Bottom" Ominous, snarling rock about death and burial and prescription drugs and other cheery topics of that sort. Full of loud/soft crashes, blurry fretwork and a positively crushing chorus, it's feel-bad music for feel-bad times.

17. Kelly Clarkson: "I Do Not Hook Up" Originally written for Katy Perry, it's probably a good thing she passed on it, since I can't imagine anyone other than Clarkson doing it justice. It's breakneck electro-pop with a big, rushing chorus and vocal fireworks galore. The best Kelly Clarkson song in years, from the best Kelly Clarkson album in years (All I Ever Wanted). We all win, even Katy Perry.

16. Lady Gaga: "Bad Romance" Deliciously over-the-top pop, as only Lady Gaga can do it. From the opening techno haze (which sounds like it could've been lifted off a Ministry of Sound comp) to Gaga's delightfully silly vocal ticks (the whole "Ga-ga, ooh-la-la" thing) to the whirring, wooshing backing beat, this is decidedly arty fare, with a bizarre video to match. Only, there's the chorus, a wondrous thing that can convince a million soccer moms to click the download button (or have their daughters do it for them) ...

15. Kid Cudi: "Pursuit of Happiness" A molasses-thick beat courtesy of the guys in Ratatat, a slurry, slippery delivery by Cudi, a knocking chorus and a cameo by MGMT. It's like a blog decided to make a posse cut, minus all the negative comments!

14. Thom Yorke: "All for the Best" Thom and his brother Andy cover the Miracle Legion, turn the song into a swooning, somber electronic daydream. It's take-a-picture pretty, like that image of your loved one in bed on a Sunday morning, laughing, sun streaming through her (or his) hair — perfect in ways only you can understand. When Yorke sang, "This will be on my video tape," this is probably what he was talking about.

13. Lily Allen: "Not Fair" Over the course of one week, I heard this song on the radio in New York, Paris and Rome, and each time, all the women in the immediate vicinity nodded in agreement to Lily's razor-sharp dissection of a less-than-giving lover. Then they all laughed at the oral-s3x line — it seems dissatisfaction is universal!

12. Paramore: "All I Wanted" The 2:40 mark: That's when it happens. All the din falls away, and Hayley Williams — all five feet of her — is left by her lonesome. The tape is rolling, the clock ticking, and the engineer is peering at her from the other side of the glass. So she draws a breath and positively empties herself into the chorus, going bigger and getting higher than she's ever been before. You can practically hear the heads exploding in the room. It's the best vocal moment of 2009, signifying not only Hayley Williams' transformation from a kid with Kool-Aid-colored hair to a full-grown woman, but her arrival in the pantheon of truly great rock vocalists. Welcome to the club.

11. Rihanna: "Russian Roulette" We spent the second half of 2009 waiting to see how Rihanna would respond artistically after Chris Brown's a.ssault on her, and with "Russian Roulette," we finally got our answer: She's hurt but strong — and changed. This is a sonorously sad song, full of self-doubt and self-eviscerating lyrics, proof that Rihanna has depths we never thought possible. And that she's human, just like the rest of us.

10. Das Racist: "Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell (Wallpaper. Remix)" Gloriously garish joke-rap, or slyly brilliant commentary on the twin evils of capitalism and globalization? Yes! As someone smarter than me commented, " 'Pizza Hut' is either the track we, as a culture, need right now, or the track we, as a culture, deserve — or both" My favorite version is the (somewhat derided) "Wallpaper. Remix," which sets the dumb banter ("I got that pizza butt/ I got that pizza butt") to blaring sorta-sax and a cheesy Casio/ Eurotrash backbeat, which seems strangely perfect to me ...

9. Miley Cyrus: "Party in the U.S.A." OK, so I took Miley to task earlier this year for this song not meeting all the requirements of a party anthem — but it's still a great single! All that matters here is the sentiment: that a good song can make all the difference, that a DJ can save your life, and that the butterflies really can fly away. Really, what more could you ask for from a pop song? A deliriously catchy robo-beat? Vague notions of patriotism? A Daisy Duke-fueled video? Well "Party's" has all that, too. More proof that this is the greatest nation on earth.

8. Jay-Z (featuring Alicia Keys): "Empire State of Mind" This was a pretty good song before the Yankees ruined it (more reason for us Red Sox fans to hate A-Rod) ...

7. Phoenix: "1901" Ridiculously catchy indie-pop, "1901" bobs and weaves and pumps its fists, but not before it checks its hair in the mirror first. Fashionable, smart stuff that re-imagines bookish subjects like "post-modernism" and "neo-classicism" as danceable, radio-ready rock (and sounds like it was lifted from every John Hughes movie ever made) — nobody did it better than Phoenix in 2009. From the library to the club, without a moment to spare, although of course, they're French ...

6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs: "Zero" I'll be the first to admit that I'm not a big fan of It's Blitz, but there's no denying the catchiness of its first single, a strutting, joyous thing that builds to a positively giddy crescendo. This is basically a smart and s3xy disco song, complete with Karen O's vocal coos and a pounding backbeat.

5. Matt & Kim: "Daylight" I think this actually came out late last year, but it definitely made its mark in 2009. Homemade spaz pop from a pair of Brooklyn dumpster divers, "Daylight" is fuzzy and hissy, yet outshines songs that cost four times as much when it comes to sheer bliss. You'd be hard pressed to match the wide optimism of Mr. Johnson and Ms. Schifino, and with their shout-sung vocals and ham-fisted drumming, they've created a tune that proves you can get high on life.

4. Grizzly Bear: "Two Weeks" A sunny, shiny creature with a deceptively dark heart beating beneath its skin, "Two Weeks" is perhaps the best example of Grizzly Bear's brand of hazy dream pop, all pitch-perfect vocal harmonies and casually plinked piano. But like I said, there's something more here. Maybe it's the ultra-creepy video, or the ghostly, otherworldy quality of the song, but this also sounds like the kind of thing that plays on repeat in Charles Manson's brain. Then again, maybe that's just me — the best songs make you think, after all.

3. Shakira: "She Wolf" The battiest song released by a major artist this year, "She Wolf" is wondrous for innumerable reasons: the Italo-disco boogie, the "Awooos," the fact that Shakira compares herself to a coffee machine in an office. It's a delightfully strange pop song, no bones about it, and proof that perhaps Shaki is wackier than you might have thought. And while all of that is well and good, what I like best about it is that Shakira was brave enough to release it — sometimes you've just gotta applaud that kind of determination, and dance to it, and watch the video over and over again.

2. Animal Collective: "My Girls" The indie song of 2009, and the soundtrack to a million acid flashbacks, "My Girls" represents one of the most important rock acts of the decade finally realizing their potential. Having explored the depths of avant garde, AC turned their attention to pop music and discover, "Hey, we're pretty great at this, too." Icy synthesizers, pounding drums, vocal "Wooos!" and other sundry, "My Girls" recalls all seasons and all eras — but mostly, it just sounds like tomorrow. You'll be hearing this blasting out of the trunks of hovercars for decades to come.

1. Jay-Z: "D.O.A. (death of Auto-Tune)" Jigga might not have eradicated Auto-Tune in 2009, but you've got to commend the guy for trying. And that's why "D.O.A." is the best song of 2009: Jay's thinking globally but acting locally, and he's getting angry in the process. The No-I.D. beat — the angular guitars, the Klezmer breakdown — sounded like nothing else on the radio, even if Jay didn't intend for the song to get played on the radio in the first place. Which is more proof of his reach as an artist, of his stature as the biggest name in hip-hop: He's so huge he can put his fellow artists (not to mention the whole industry) on blast, and they still line up to pay their respects. To anyone else, a song like this would be career suicide, but it only made Jay stronger. From here, anything is possible. And if he's claiming he'll only wear black for a year straight, it's probably because he murdered everyone else in the game ...

The Best Songs Of 2009, In Bigger Than The Sound - News Story | Music, Celebrity, Artist News | MTV News


where's em?

didnt he drop an album this year? shouldnt he be on this list if he was a relevant artist?

lol.. see i told yall em wasnt relevant anymore....

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 8 years ago '04        #284
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 SkateboardT said:
...if em aint relevant how come you're still swinging from his nuts?
That's an excellent question.
 8 years ago '04        #285
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 hiphop4ever said:
lol.. em loses again....






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Where's Drake on the list, f**got?
 8 years ago '06        #286
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Damn yall n*ggaz stay hatin on Em because he's the hardest white rapper out. Who gives a s**t about MTV hottest MC list. That list is not relevant.
 12-10-2009, 02:29 AM         #287
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I don't get how the list isn't relevant.

If you watched the show where they made the list, it aint John Norris, Kurt Loader & Suchin Pac that made the list..

It was Sway and columnist from urban music publications.. This is what they do.

Sway was the only person that worked for MTV on the pannel.. Only reason MTV's name is on it is because they aired it on their network
 12-10-2009, 02:33 AM         #288
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 SkateboardT said:
...if em aint relevant how come you're still swinging from his nuts?
because they can't handle the fact that Eminem is one of the greatest to ever rap...

even their favourite rapper thinks Eminem is extremely dope, ask Lupe, Weezy, Hov, Slaughterhouse...

so basically boxden haters...your opinion means s**t!

stay mad!
 8 years ago '08        #289
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So the thickle a.ss public doesn't care about Em? So what? I'm no Em fan by no means, but Ill take a constant fan base over an ever changing public consensus.
 8 years ago '09        #290
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 WEREWOLF said:
n*gga u gay? u sayin u wouldnt hit that?
lol she doesn't look that horrible in that pic but you better google her before you say that b**ch looks like she done every f**kin drug that exist and the b**ch is trailer trash i wouldn't smash with 4 condoms on


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 12-10-2009, 03:00 AM         #291
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 n i k e said:
i don't get how the list isn't relevant.

If you watched the show where they made the list, it aint john norris, kurt loader & suchin pac that made the list..

It was sway and columnist from urban music publications.. This is what they do.

Sway was the only person that worked for mtv on the pannel.. Only reason mtv's name is on it is because they aired it on their network

this....
 12-10-2009, 03:13 AM         #292
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 N I K E said:
I don't get how the list isn't relevant.

If you watched the show where they made the list, it aint John Norris, Kurt Loader & Suchin Pac that made the list..

It was Sway and columnist from urban music publications.. This is what they do.

Sway was the only person that worked for MTV on the pannel.. Only reason MTV's name is on it is because they aired it on their network
Yes so Sway's opinion matters more than the 1 million plus who bought Relapse and Jay Z who said Eminem should have been on that list???
 12-10-2009, 06:02 AM         #293
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Some of the Em haters in here are on his nuts harder than his "stans" are

If he isn't relevant then why do you keep making threads about him
 8 years ago '05        #294
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Who cares about what MTV says? They dont even play music anymore. They play old episodes of South Park instead.
 12-10-2009, 06:49 AM         #295
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You're right. technically, he isn't relevant anymore because his was probably the only mainstream rap album that was completely against everything that mainstream rap goes for. You can't say DOA wasn't still a relevant topic. Plus, Gucci Mane is riding the mainstream wave while he still can, so more power to him. Why do people forget how big Eminem got in his prime? He kidnapped the rap game for like 3 years + and put a big Eminem sticker over it. You stans need to k!ll yourself. I liked Eminem's album a lot, but that's probably because I'm a fan of that grimey, underground s**t. I can rock to a Gucci Mane track too. It's called diversifying your music.
 8 years ago '08        #296
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When Relapse 2 comes out, say it's a mix up between The Marshal Mathers LP and Eminem Show; what complaints are people gonna come up with next? It seems like no matter what Eminem does people expect 2000% more.
And to discuss his relevance, or apparent lack of, over an MTV list of singles - of which DOA is #1 - is pure bottom of the barrel hate scrapin'.

:agreement6: @ every thread blowing up when Eminem information arrives.

@ expecting a side of Eminem, getting it and complaining like a b**ch through threads on the Internet --> make a record and see how far you get.

@ the obvious 'stop d*ck ridin/stan' comments I'll hopefully receive - Atleast then I'd be relevant on Boxden...
 12-10-2009, 10:06 AM         #297
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 TDH Music said:
Why do people always bring up record sales when it benefits them...In any other thread record sales would not matter but since we're speaking on "Eminem" the white jesus of rap...then its ok smh...I couldve swore the point of the thread was relevancy...not who sold the most records lol
What has Eminem being white got to do with anything?
 8 years ago '05        #298
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Mtv isn't relevant anymore!
 12-10-2009, 12:46 PM         #299
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 TDH Music said:
thats what I'm trying to figure out cuz if he was black he wouldnt even be considered to be the greatest or whatever his stans call him...funny how that skin thing can work out in ya favor at times huh who wouldve ever thought...


Oh and I see you had a problem with me pointing out that Eminem is white but not a problem with him being Jesus to the rap game lmao...Boy I tell ya lol
It doesn't matter what skin colour Eminem is! If he was black I would still say he is up there with the best, get over it will you!
 8 years ago '09        #300
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Top 10 Selling Artist Of This Decade In The US:

1. Eminem 32.2
2. The Beatles 30
3. Tim McGraw 24.6
4. Toby Keith 24.4
5. Britney Spears 22.9
6. Kenny Chesney 22
7. Linkin Park 21.4
8. Nelly 21.2
9. Creed 20.5
10. Jay-Z 20.3

Top 10 selling albums in Millions:

1.The Beatles, 1 11.5
2.’N Sync, No Strings Attached 11.1
3.Norah Jones, Come Away With Me 10.5
4.Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 10.2
5.Eminem, The Eminem Show 9.8
6.Usher, Confessions 9.7
7.Linkin Park, Hybrid Theory 9.7
8.Creed, Human Clay 9.5
9.Britney Spears, Oops…I Did It Again 9.2

Hating on Eminem dont work to well cause 2 months after the MTV list appeared Eminem appears on 2 lists that anyone would give there left nut to be on.

Who on there list sold more worldwide this year?and what is there definition of being hot?MTV should stick to doing shows like Hogan knows best.



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="HOT" STEAMY s**t


Where was that clown on the best sellers list hiphop4ever?.
TMMLPor TES ON THERE OWN HAVE SOLD MORE THAN WAYNES DISCOGRAPHY SO THATS PRETTY MUCH GAME SHOT AND MATCH.


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