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I remember seeing a couple of threads on here asking what would the conversation be if Boxden was around during the 1990's. Well this thread is as close of an answer that your going to get. Here is a hip hop discussion forum from the 90's, the earliest posting date was early 1992. What i find amazing is...well pretty much nothing has changed, there were shock posters, harsh criticism with nothing to back up claims, top 5 list, random insults, compaints that albums are to short and hip hop is dying ect. Im going to post some of the post that I found interesting.

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p.s. this thread is a continuation from another forum

Excerpts from netnews.alt.rap: 5-Oct-93 Re: KRS! Still #1 by Rechade
Seeca...@cs.curt
Just for the record, my top 5 after KRS1 would go
something like this:
1. Public Enemy
2. Ice Cube
3. Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth
4. 2 Pac
5. ATCQ
Peace, for '93 you sucka's!


Oct 4, 1993

Ken Rose <kr...@andrew.cmu.edu> writes:
>Return of the Boom Bap rivals Criminal Minded and knocks the Chronic
>"outta here". Premiere's production, as well as Kid Capri's is nothing
>short of slammin'. Welcome KRS1 to the world of platinum albums.

> Ken "Mr." Rose



Who is this person? The name is an anagram of KRS One.
The posts are always about KRS1. The address is false.

This junk-post hype makes me wonder how many posts are really from
record companies trying to increase their sales or record stores
who want to move dead stock etc.


On the subject of KRS1 and blunts, isn't that his voice on the
Cypress Hill interlude quoting something like "god has given us all the
plants and herbs for us to use" from the bible?


I can't dig up the exact reference since I sold that weak Cypress Hill
CD.


Sep 23, 1993

Caught up on a few posts, got more clips (click-click)
time to spray...

To Ian Rodgers, Any old Slick Rick cuts fresh? The older the fresher...
Check out "The Great Adventures of..." and then (of course) ya gotta get
The Show and La Di Da Di...Who remembers how to do the Whop and the
prep?...I was listening to a local hip-hop show (thank god for late-
night radio) and caught a track where they keep saying something about
San Francisco...kinda ffff...ffff...(ahem) fat but I was in the Taco Bell
drivethrough and missed the name of the group. Who can help?...
PS if ya slept on Common Sense, don't...he has some of the most creative
bugged out lyrics available...

Sep 23, 1993

Yeah so I don't know anything about Slick Rick accept that he went to
jail and has a patch and gets sampled.


I heard him about five years ago in Chicago in some record store and
thought "Hey this is alright" so I bought some record that was pop and
sucked and I gave it away to some unsuspecting fool.


So what's the story, are there old Slick Rick albums that are fresh?

ian

ps- Chino is the grits.
--

Ian Rogers
Technical Support, Indiana University Music Library
irog...@indiana.edu

Sep 26, 1993

P.S. How long should I allow for my alt.rap tape to arrive? I mailed out a tape
along with self addressed envelope about a week and a half ago...T-Dub? Anyone?

Sep 9, 1996

So I've heard about the dissin' going on between 2Pac and Mobb Deep and all
that s**t. What I want to know is can anyone put this all together and
tell everyone here what the f**k is going on??? You know what I mean, from
the sickle cell to the shootings after the Tyson/Seldon bout.

Response

I heard that the sickle cell ish was a diss to Prodigy by Tupac, because Mobb Deep
was in on LA, LA which was supposed to be a diss to the Dogg Pound, who is now down
with Tupac. I don't think Mobb Deep has come back with anything yet..

The shootings, I still haven't heard any reasons why.. best believe it'll come up
with some more east/west ish though.. I doubt it was about that though.. I think
it was just some fools actin crazy, and figured they'd go try to hem Tupac up..


I know, too, that Tupac was trippin after the eMpTV Video Awards, because he didn't
win.. That may have something to do with it, but I kind of doubt that, too...



In article <01bb9e0e$638f7f60$38c2c...@HermanChan.intergate.b c.ca>



"Havoc" <hhc...@intergate.bc.ca> writes:


It's simple my friend, the beef between 2Pac, B.I.G., Mobb Deep, and a host
of other artists can be traced to this cycle of events.
1. 2Pac gets shot numerous times while in NY and blames it on B.I.G.
2. Suge Knights friend gets shot and k!lled in Atlanta and Suge blames Puffy.
3. Suge Knight publically disses Puffy at the Source Hip Hop Awards.
4. The Dogg Pound and Snoop release "New York, New York"
5. Mobb Deep release "LA,LA" with Capone N' Noriega. Chino XL and Royal Flush
also make songs in response to "NY,NY".
6. The Dogg Pound were shot at while trying to film the video for "NY,NY" in
Brooklyn.
7. 2Pac and 2 other losers release "Hit Em UP"
8. 2Pac gets his stupid a.ss shot up again outside the Tyson f!ght.
The order of these events might not be perfect but that's where the whole
beef began. Other people such as Nas, Ice cube, and others entered into the
fray because of their friendships with some of the participants. Hopefully
all of this beef s**t is dead. Even though I don't like 2Pac I hope he lives
to see the follies of his ways.


sep 26, 1993

And why is the world are Dre and Snoop acting like they above the law
- stealing cars, beating up people, and s**t like that.


Yet according to my friend at Def Jam - they confirmed the tour being
cancelled! Sniff sniff - but say Dre and Snoop and something about a
car but will let me know more once they find out themselves.


Oh well following these two G is sure better than watching One Life to
Live! A mutaf**kin' Ghetto soap opera in effect!


Well I will know next week about Snoop Dog's s**t - but I do know that
the s**t "Who am I" and "What my mutaf**kin' name" are going to be the
fall/winter anthem - this s**t is da bomb!!!!

Sep 25, 1993

Well, the subject basically sums it up for ya. For those
interested E-40's new tape "$$$ The Mailman $$$" drops
toady, at least that's what he was sayin last week.
Seein as how his record label is an indie and he owns
it (?) the s**t should be out. I've heard a couple cuts and
they were allright..I'll probably pick it up.

Late-
Don
--
************************************************** **********************
* "Give me a 1 son, Yep I hope ya hate me" --Masta Ace *
* *
************************************************** d...@octel.com *


Sep 10, 1996

Wow. 2pac, artist signed to the "New and Untouchable" death Row, got
shot here in Vegas. I guess everyone knows that by now, but I think his
b**ch a.ss had it coming to him after trying to dis everyone that is
better that him. Now the question is who is responsible? Let's run down
the list of his enemies:
1)Bad Boy
2)Mobb Deep
3)Chino XL
4)The r*pe victims
5)Dr Dre
6)The LAPD
7)The East Coast
Hmm, the list goes on and on, I really don't think it was anyone on that
list, but then again, everyone knew he was going to be in Vegas this
weekend because of the Tyson f!ght, so who knows? One thing is for sure
though. 2pac's last words before getting shot were probably "The East is
in the house-OH MY GOD!" I guess death row isn't that untouchable after
all....


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Mista Pizzo <Kermi...@ix.netcom.com> wrote:
>Wow. 2pac, artist signed to the "New and Untouchable" death Row, got
>shot here in Vegas. I guess everyone knows that by now, but I think his
>b**ch a.ss had it coming to him after trying to dis everyone that is
>better that him. Now the question is who is responsible? Let's run down
>the list of his enemies:
>1)Bad Boy
>2)Mobb Deep
>3)Chino XL
>4)The r*pe victims
>5)Dr Dre
>6)The LAPD
>7)The East Coast
>Hmm, the list goes on and on, I really don't think it was anyone on that
>list, but then again, everyone knew he was going to be in Vegas this
>weekend because of the Tyson f!ght, so who knows? One thing is for sure
>though. 2pac's last words before getting shot were probably "The East is
>in the house-OH MY GOD!" I guess death row isn't that untouchable after
>all....


You think you're funny, uhhh? You're trivializing some very serious s**t here, man. The guy's life is f**ked.

> > 5)Dr Dre


> Isnt Dr Dre on death Row also?!!


> -Justin



yeah he is and eazy's on ruthless still.

mista rogers

In article <--1209961657200...@slip50.pdx.oneworld.com>,
dre left death row & is no longer doing
gangster rap, according to him ("it's [gangster rap] definitely a thing
of the past...been there done that...")
note that he also mentions that he never really had beef with anyone
(apparently this includes tupac shakur).


IMO, dre has either steered clear from conflict, or quickly
squashed beef.


he started his own label, aftermath records.


i'm amazed that this big change in Dre hasn't been
discussed in the newsgroups as a big topic.


j.

This is conversation about pac from sep 3 - sep 7 1996 2:00 a.m. (he was shot at 11:00pm)
This convo also proves that mobb deep realeses drop a gem on em while pac was alive.

Yo y'all, I'm gonna be straigh up wit y'all, 2pac aint s**t. Now hold
up y'all 2pac luvers listen, a couple years back my man 2pac waz
rappin' bout how he luv hiz mom and how tah treat woman wit respect.
WHAT DAH f**k. Now dat n*gga wanta play dah thug roll. Damn 2pac,
make your f**kin mind up.


Now on dah deal bout all dah beef. I think 2pac can't hang, he
already got shot by Biggy, now he wanta be hard and f**k wit Mobb.
Yo I dont know bout y'all but I think he doin' dis s**t tah boost hiz
career back up, he needed somein' after he got out of jail.


Bottom line, 2pac gettin' shot up again


word dah f**k


write me, and let me see y'all views!!

response

chino xl got his because he said something about pac getting r*ped in
jail. I don't personally like 2pac or chino xl so i don't give a f**k. But
pac had no real business dissing mobb deep, but they let his a.ss have it
on drop a gem on em. I f you listen they say "saying my name that only
gives me props plus the fans that you got wondering what got you hot" so
no one knows why he did it. Probably cause they one of the hottest groups
out here in the east and he ain't about to dis the Wu cause he cool with
meth plus the wu is too deep.


f**k 2pac


Big T-Money
represent the ville-town connection

response

2Pac did start the _personal_ beef with Mobb Deep because of their "L.A.,
L.A." cut. Pac is just basically f!ghting back at that, which is stupid
since his camp started the whole thing to begin with. Why doesn't Pac
address Capone, Noriega, & Tragedy? I guess because they're practically
no-name artists in his mind. s**t, he probably doesn't even know who those
other cats are on that record.

As for Chino, he took a couple shots at Pac on his LP (not like he didn't
take shots at just about everyone). You know, s**t like: "I'm trying not
to get f**ked like 2Pac in jail."


Peace


Loklass
El Papichulo Cubano

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 7 years ago '07        #2
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I noticed that Biggie was getting the Jay Z treatment on the forum. Seldom did they say anything good about the man.

This is from 1995

Well, BIG has a new single out and if you didn't know, you must be
chillin in the Artic or something. I hear "Big Poppa" everywhere which
is trippy since "Funkdafied" wasn't out that long ago. Amazing how the
pop listening audience works isn't it? This isn't to dis BIG, but c'mon,
Puffy (who produced the track) what were you thinking? And if you'll
notice, apart from the Dre-esque whine during the chorus, Puffy STRAIGHT
lifted the sample without doing anything to it. It probably took him all
of five minutes to process this one through.
Frankly, I'm going to flip the needle onto "Warning" for some of
BIG's better (and more original stuff).
Rating: Big Poppa-2 out of 6 (been there, did it a couple of times, don't
want it again)



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From: perfe...@callnet.com (Perry Fect)
Date: 1996/02/11
Subject: Re: Anyone Miss 80's Rap?

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Brendan Horgan (hor...@umich.edu) wrote:


: "Can You Feel It?" is the jam of all jams. Notice I say -is- instead of
: -was- because it still rocks: the beat, the rhymes, that pioneering rap-r&B
: flavor, but what do you expect? In addition to the Disco 3, aka the Phat
: Boys, we had Mr. Kurtis Blow doin' the production on that song...

: But yeah, now its like unacceptable to have least bit of fun in rap-
80s rap k!lls anything out today. the only exception that stands out to
me is tribe called quest. everything else the same played out gangsta,
funked, looped beat bulls**t.


Another dissing 90's hip-hop...the stuff most today consider 'classic'

Oliver S Wang More options Jan 7 1995, 11:21 pm
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From: ol...@uclink.berkeley.edu (Oliver S Wang)
Date: 8 Jan 1995 06:21:54 GMT
Local: Sat, Jan 7 1995 11:21 pm
Subject: Notes on the Run...

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Crushing wack rhymers like a door mat, check the format...


I agree that hip hop has its problems and maybe it's what's in a
"state of emergency". Too many wack rhymers over too many wack beats is
bad for hip hop as a whole. And while 94 was a better year than 93, it
still pales in comparison to the 89-92 era of everyone from Public Enemy
to De La Soul to Diamond D.


May 1, 1995

Hey all,


I'm making tha first (ta my knowledge) 2Pac Home Page it's only got
a picture of "Me against tha world" in it now and some text but i'll be
updating it very soon and often, so peep it out. I got all kinds a s**t in my
homepage so look it up anyways.


Peace,


CL Hoe/K...@oak.grove.iup.edu


BTW ..as soon as I get Pac's prison address it'll be in my page (and i'll post
it on here)....
__________________________________________________ _________________________

lost too many n*ggas to this gang bang'en
Homie died in my arms with his brains hang'en
f**ked up
I had ta tell him it's alwright
and that's a lie
and he knew it when he shook and died, my God


"Lord Knows"---Tupac Amaru Shakur (2Pac)

response

Ya, that n*gga 2pac has got some str8 lyrics. So hook me up wit dat jail
time address or something!!!


Funk Da World


>I don't give Funk if you blood or CUZ as long as you got love for thugs...


-That's my n*gga!!!!


From: eno...@aol.com (Enoob7)
Date: 1998/08/12
Subject: Re: cam'ron
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CAMRON IS SOFT WHAT KIND OF DO HE BE RHMYMINABOUT . ON HORSE AND CARRIGE
HE SAYS ME 2 LIKE 20 TIMES AND THEN WIN U THINK ITS OVER HE SAYS AND U DONT
KNOW LIKE 30 TIMES.
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on the state of hip hop in 1996


1. Why is it that every wack R&B single has to be remixed
with a rapper dropping one verse?
2. Why does everyone wanna be on some mafia type s**t? 95%
of these rappers have never past or present been "gettin'
keys from overseas..." Hearing all these bulls**t lyrics
make me feel like maybe I'm the only one who isn't rockin'
my newest Versacci gear in my Lex 300GS. Come on now, that
s**t's far from tangible for any typical head out there.
Junior MAFIA, wack. Lil' Kim got skillz on the mic and
looks fly as hell, but come on now. Do you really think she
totes a gat and does stick ups?
3. Oh and if you're not with a crime family, you gotta be a
player. 40's, b**ches, blunts...
4. Too many people on Wu-Tang's d!ck. Get off it. There's
more to hip-hop than Wu-Tang. And they have definitely not
"kept it real" since the first joint. Rae and Ghost ain't
no crime bosses.
5. I hate to even get into that east/west s**t, but did you
see Cube on the new Source cover? Tell me he did not have a
gold west coast charm swingin' from his neck w/ both of his
hands doin' that west coast symbol thing. Damn, he
should've quitted while he was ahead in the game.


1. Tribe's dropping. Perfect example of not going
commercial album after album. s**t's gonna be the bomb and
I can guarantee Q-Tip won't be a wannabe Don chillin' with
John Gotti...
2. Goodie Mob still to drop another single. The album was
on some reality and positivity s**t. We need more of that.
3. Can someone say Fab-5?
4. Rappers are coming from everywhere, nevermind east/west
coasts. If they got skillz, they're gettin' a contract.
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Well, now the shoe is
on the other foot. Gangsta rap is dead and now the East Cost has now
adapted what is called "Mafioso". *****s wanna be Italian of Colombian
now. It is all about the almighty dollar. Nas Escobar. Being black
isn't good enough. Brothers are rapping about rollin with cocaine dealers
and sportin' Versace and sipping Alize instead of kicking knowledge and
biggin' up Karl Kani(a brother who can his brothers support). The saddest
thing of all is Mafioso has sucked in top notch talent such as Nas, Jay-Z,
AZ, Foxxy Brown, and the notorious B.I.G. I don't know who to point the
blame at but who he or they are, they have helped to infect hip-hop with
the notion the it is better to be Italian than African-American and it
started in the East. Isn't it ironic? Post or E-mail me your comments

RZA's losin' it....

Donnie H. Kwak
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From: dk...@moose.uvm.edu (Donnie H. Kwak)
Date: Wed, 8 Feb 1995 22:53:50 GMT
Local: Wed, Feb 8 1995 6:53 pm
Subject: RZA's losin' it....

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Just picked up the 12" for "Brooklyn Zoo" by the Ol'Dirty Bastard, and I
gotta say I'm disappointed with the production. In fact, the remix of
"Brooklyn Zoo", by Lord Digga, is infinitely better than the original.
I don't even know what RZA was thinking with the B-side, "Give it to ya
raw"...it has no semblance to a beat whatsoever. Again, the SD50's remix
is far, far better. On the whole, I also think Ol'Dirty Bastard is best
in guest appearances, as with the Wu, and in songs like "Show and Prove"
and "nuttin but flavor". His voice gets kinda tiring real quick.......


Jan 17 1994

the rebith of ****


what the **** is happening to the state of rap music today?! whatever
happenend to the days when rap music was a slamm'n beat that you could
kick yer head to. i'm sick of hearing these weak a.ss "jazz" beats with say
nothing lyrics. bring back the funky drummer beat. and lose those silly
french jazz beats.

lol a tupac r*pe joke in 1993! dam some people were on point

"Have you heard the latest about 2Pac?

Reporters asked the young lady about her opinion concerning the infamous rapper
who allegedly sodomized her....she said he's a real pain in the a.ss. Ha ha! "

In article <4gdgfg$...@catapult.gatech.edu>, gt30...@acmex.gatech.edu


(Miotch!) writes:
>I wonder if we'll ever see the other 2Pac again?


Not as long as he's signed to death Row and has the "I'm unfadable"
mentality locked down in his cranium.

Peace


Loklass
El Papichulo Cubano

I'm afraid we won't, unless he's on the verge of going back to jail.

freddie


I'm sorrry to say this but I don't think the old 2Pac will ever be
back again (giving love to the everyone, chilling over here (the East),
and s**t like that). I mean, in all honesty, CAN YOU BLAME HIM? I know I
can't. If I took 5 or six shots in my a.ss, went to jail for something I
know I didn't do, got picked "on" (or should i say "in") in jail, and
now I'm f**king with a woman who has a fat,black,nasty,greasy, ugly a.ss
n*gga who don't care about nothing because he can't look no worse no
matter how much damage you do to him I'd leave the East also and keep my
ass on the West Coast. NOW WOULDN'T YOU DO THE SAME?---SHAKE

is tupac immortal? "What the hell is he getting shot with, paperclips?!"


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Date: 1999/01/10
Subject: Re: Who is eminem

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Eminem is totally WACK! He only gets so much props because of his race.
Since he's Caucasian he is held to a LOWER standard of MCing. His voice
is annoying (sounds just like the beasties) and he has average garden
variety lyrical ability -- nothing special, nothing deep, nothing
complex, nothing more than any common wannabe off the street.

He has a cartoonish quality because he's a joke! If he was African
American or Hispanic he'd get as much respect as the puffmeister. . .no
label would sign his no talent a.ss. . .and he'd be ridiculed for dissing
"hip-hop" with his extreme stereotypical image (size 50 pants on his 24
inch waist, constantly grabbin a d!ck that ain't there, jackin and
pulling a gat on that old lady in his video, cussin every 3rd word, on
and on).

Also, what kind of name is M&M? Sure it looks dope when it's spelled
Eminem. But it pronounced like the f**kin CANDY -- M&M -- pure
wackness.
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This is poll from March, 1996

BEST PRODUCER: RZA runners up: dr.dre, dj premiere
BEST RECORD LABEL: DEF JAM runners up: death row, ruthless, bad boy
BEST ALBUM: IT TAKES A NATION OF MILLIONS TO HOLD US BACK--PUBLIC ENEMY
BEST SONG--TODAY WAS A GOOD DAY--ICE CUBE
BEST VIDEO: CALIFORNIA LOVE--DR. DRE AND 2PAC
BEST COMPILATION: RAP'S GREATEST DISSES
BEST SOUNDTRACK: THE JUICE
MOST UNIQUE STYLE: OL' DIRTY BASTARD runners up: bone, mystical,
redman
MOST OVERRATED RAPPER: COOLIO runners up: snop, biggie smalls, 2pac
MOST UNDERAPPRECIATED RAPPER: ACEYALONE runners up: o.c., big daddy
kane
MOST IMPORTANT FIGURE IN HISTORY OF RAP: RUN DMC
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good thread... throwback like a mafugga
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they went in on biggie :laughing9:
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March 1995

Yush,
How come Tupac alway's has about 4 million tonnes of echo and reverb on
his voice on all his tunes.......

Laters
Ed.
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Like one reviewer said it gives Pac a god like quality to him.....I agree IMHO

Peace,


K...@oak.grove.iup.edu


Chris



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Dude said IMHO way back in 95 lol
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imagine if they had smileys and GIF's from back then...
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I bet you would read it if it was a Young Money/Gucci Mane thread...
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yo great thread! s**t take you back like a maf**ka
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i read most of that s**t...same s**t, different toilet made in a different year

the eminem hate was funny...

and that s**t about hip-hop turning mafiaoso was on point... n*ggas was all about that italian mobb s**t, still are... ask wayne F's daddy..
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actually some meaningful banter about Hip-Hop artists...
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nobodys readin all this dumb s**t its just yo opinion so go f**kyoself ho literally
 7 years ago '04        #17
justinjones 307 heat pts307
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almost 20 years and aint a damn thing change
 7 years ago '07        #18
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January 96

Let's get one thing straight dre ain't s**t. but fair enough his tune's
aren't the best going, there are some much better west coast rappers. but
he's been spending too much time porducing, instead of concentrating on
putting down his own tracks, which he should be doin' When(if ever) his
album with cube comes out, then I'll pass judgement!!!


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No dis, but how can you even put in the same post that wack a.ss
California Love is going to be a classic and that Nas, Keith, and
Biggie are the best people on the east? All three of them could pick
anything they've released and have it be better than California Love.

I'm not down w/ this East Coast/West Coast war (just Phatness vs
Wackness) but I'm hella sick of people hailing everything Dre does as
the instant bomb.


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"The I.G." <m...@coventry.ac.uk> wrote:
>Let's get one thing straight dre ain't s**t. but fair enough his tune's
>aren't the best going, there are some much better west coast rappers. but
>he's been spending too much time porducing, instead of concentrating on
>putting down his own tracks, which he should be doin' When(if ever) his
>album with cube comes out, then I'll pass judgement!!!

>On Tue, 30 Jan 1996, Brian W Seanor wrote:


>> Excerpts from netnews.alt.rap: 29-Jan-96 Re: Dre is still the s**t. ..
>> by kari o...@weiss.che.utexa
>> >what you don't remember brenda's having a baby? or keep ya head up.
>> >tupac will drop a lot of dope messages, with some super wack over voices
>> >echo effect that pops up on everything he rhymes on. don't forget his
>> >mother was a panther. since he got big, heads concentrate on the commercial
>> >hits, and the media concentrates on the ugly reality. I'm not saying
>> >the man is dope, but he has in the past come with a lot of positive
>> >cuts aimed at the nation of black, not just the nation of consumers.


>> True, the only cuts I ever really liked by Tupac were Trapped and Holler
>> if Ya Hear Me, which could both be called political.



How can you say Dre iz tha s**t when hiz whole album was written by Snoop
and D.O.C. Until he write hiz own s**t, he gets no props.

Ed

Im sorry but that song is wack. First its a west coast liquid swords. That
constant beat. Second. Listen to the words? You cant represent with a 45
second verse.

Hotstepper (no...@mail.utexas.edu) wrote:


: It seems that "California love" is shapping up to be another classic
: courtesy of the D-r-e. Dre is the best lyricist from the west, he also has
: the smoothest flow. From the east, Keith Murray and Nas are the best
: lyricists for me, with Biggie having the smoothest flow.

That f**kin video and the f**kin song were f**kin whack.


Tupac was i'ight in it.
 7 years ago '07        #19
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All of that seems pretty accurate to my memories of the 90s. The Mafia Don s**t was being pushed into the ground. What's sad is that the popular music that was tired then is still being made now, and current artists aren't pushing the music forward out of that era.

And of course, most of it is opinion. Saying the Brooklyn Zoo beat was mediocre is a shock post when most people still rock that instrumental to this day. And yeah, the world was on Wu's d!ck heavy.
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nobodys readin all this dumb s**t its just yo opinion so go f**kyoself ho literally
i posted the link to where im getting these post from

TS I applaud your efforts but this section is ran by 18 year old that have no sense of the culture. Hence the stupid didn't read gif's and so forth.
yeah i figured the GIF's were coming because these are some long post. I dont take offense to the 'Did Not Read" Gifs because I actually find them funny lol
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