Best Multi Syllable Rapper of ALL TIME???!!!
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|Big Daddy Kane||3||1.05%|
|Ra The Rugged Man||3||1.05%|
|Kool G Rap||14||4.91%|
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|7 years ago||'10 #142|
$3,021 | 121
Plenty of dudes do their thing, there's also the Treach's, Pharoah's and Method Man's of the world as well. Pun was a monster, Biggie was incredible and Em is like a 9th degree black-belt at this ish. Since I can only vote for one though, I'm gonna go with the dude who really popularized the style....Kool G Rap. I saw dude who said the legends sound old and corny...I get it and agree to an extent but Kool G can still murder tracks today and people like Pun, Ghost, Rae, Saigon, Jay and Nas have openly said that he was a major influence, and I am not sure if Biggie said it or not but you could hear a lot of Kool G in his rhymes too.
Kinda off topic;
There's a great interview with a dude called Silver Fox who Rakim and Kool G Rap mention as one of their influences...talks about going back and forth with G Rap when G Rap was like 13/14 and hanging out in a club.....
Unkut -Did you help G Rap develop that into his ‘Preacher, feature, creature, teacher…’ style?
Silver Fox - Yeah. Kool G loved that, and I was nasty in that. He took it to another level also – he took it to a street level. Even with ‘It’s A Demo’ – those were rhymes that I remember him doing up in Joe Grants. That’s my man, so with him listening to me all the time, he couldn’t help but to emulate some of the stuff that I do. And that was the same with LL, too.
Unkut - How old was G Rap when you first met him?
Silver Fox - G Rap was on some old gangster stuff when he was a kid. That stuff he talk about, ‘his life ain’t no fairytale’? It’s not! He was from a dysfunctional situation. He was a kid hangin’ in after-hours spots at three in the morning. When I met him, he was like 13 or something like that. But he was a 13 year-old hustler – with money – hanging with grown men. He had girls on corners, he had spots…everywhere he would go, he would go to pick-up money. He was everyday hustling, and it was two or three in the morning when he would stroll up into Joe Grants and we would be in there doing our rhymes. Him and L, man, I love them guys. Each one of them was different, man.
Kool G Rap – I call him the ‘anti-LL’. LL’s on this side, going, ‘Nah man, keep the cigarette smoke away from me. I’m no thug, I don’t wanna do that!’ And on the other side you’ve got Kool G Rap, and Kool G’s like, ‘Yo, man. You got Newports?’ And he’s talking, ‘I don’t give a f*ck, n*gga! F*ck that s**t! F*ck these nigg*s!
|7 years ago||'04 #143|
$581 | 0
Too many dudes polluting this thread with names that either don't belong in the conversation or, as was already stated, aren't even multi rhymers. I want to add that there are plenty of rappers who can do multis but they end up trying so hard that everything they say sounds so forced ( Dipset, Lloyd Banks, etc.). That's what makes guys like G Rap, Pun, AZ and Em so ill, they could stay within the framework of the message they're trying to convey.
Aside from Elzhi the most slept on multi rhymer IMO is Vakill, and his punchlines are arguably the most witty of any rapper out.
I rest my crown where stray dogs eat remains and lick up brains
of high school hoop stars slain in pick up games
when triggers with the hiccups aim, a world where insanity rules
and we drop gems by c*ckin back hammers and aiming at the family jewels
So our love would hate your looks and cook county reinstate the crooks
And bodies catchier than f**kin Naughty By Nature hooks
And n*ggas souls are sold at any price,
f**k if the penny nice plenty nights I shot many dice with the antichrist
that Vakill, ain't he nice? I spit virus none of you cats fathom
like spreading AIDS through turntable needles and scratch patterns
Flows that seperate and detach atoms
Crackin jokes at motherf**kers while they on they death bed like Patch Adams
it's a thin line between those that waiving false flags
Play in the middle like a thug n*gga dressin in cross drag
I'm breakin' d*cks up like divorced f*gs
The only place y'all gettin five mics is in your a.ss
f**k the Source mag
|7 years ago||'10 #147|
$5,469 | 63
Eminem easily wins this s**t, this is the main reason why I listen to his music.
"Since I'm in a position to talk to these kids and they listen
I ain't no politician but I'll kick it with 'em a minute
Cause see they call me a menace; and if the shoe fits I'll wear it
But if it don't, then y'all'll swallow the truth grin and bear it
Now who's these king of these rude ludicrous lucrative lyrics
Who could inherit the title, put the youth in hysterics
Usin his music to steer it, sharin his views and his merits
But there's a huge interference - they're sayin you shouldn't hear it
Maybe it's hatred I spew, maybe it's food for the spirit
Maybe it's beautiful music I made for you to just cherish
But I'm debated disputed hated and viewed in America
as a motherf**kin drug addict - like you didn't experiment?
Now now, that's when you start to stare at who's in the mirror
and see yourself as a kid again, and you get embarrased
And I got nothin to do but make you look stupid as parents
You f**kin do-gooders - too bad you couldn't do good at marriage!
(Ha ha!) And do you have any clue what I had to do to get here I don't
think you do so stay tuned and keep your ears glued to the stereo"- Renegade
"Now I would never diss my own mama just to get recognition, take a second to listen before you
think this record is dissin', but put yourself in my position, just try to envision witnessin'
your Mama poppin' prescription pills in the kitchen, b**chin' that someone's always goin'
through her purse and s**ts missin', going through public housing systems, victim of
Munchausen's syndrome"- Cleaning out My Closet
"Sitting nud3 in my living room, it's almost noon
I wonder what's on the tube, maybe they'll show some b00bs
Surfin' every channel until I find Hannah Montana
Then I reach for the Aloe and lanolin
Bust all over the wall panel and dismantlin' every candle
On top of the fireplace mantle and
Grab my flannel and my bandana then
Kiss the nekkid mannequin man again
You can see him standin' in my front window if you look in
I'm just a hooligan who's used to usin' hallucinogens
Causin' illusions again
Brain contusions again
Cutting and bruisin' the skin
Razors scissors and pins
Jesus, when does it end?
Phases, that I go through
Dazed, and I'm so confused
Cheesed, that I don't know who
Gave, these molecules to
me, what am I gon' do?
Heed, the prodigal son
The diabolical one
Very methodical when I slaughter them"- 3 AM
|7 years ago||'09 #155|
$4,713 | 454
Out of the names given...
Narrowed the list down to these gentlemen.
And that's in order imho.
sosa gets the honorable mention, strictly circa "Doe or Die"