Why does hip hop hate tyga, but love j.cole?

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 6 years ago '12        #41
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 Barack Obonga said:
No one said he is better than cole at rapping, yall just look stupid saying "he cant rap, and says the same sh*t over and over" dumb smart f*ggot, there is no way you heard all the tyga songs in this thread and can still think "he cant rap" without being a mark.
this is another example of a dumb a.ssperson on boxden i dont think he's black tho
 6 years ago '12        #42
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 Sam Rothstein said:
I bet Cole can't rip the Rack City beat.
 03-09-2012, 04:25 PM         #43
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Rack City beat?

Nah, J Cole could NEVER rip the Muthafkkka Up beat.

and ALL J Cole fans know that shyt
 6 years ago '04        #44
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 Sam Rothstein said:
I bet Cole can't rip the Rack City beat.
your hip hop card has been revoked.

do not pass go. do not collect $200
 03-09-2012, 04:29 PM         #45
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Don't get me wrong, I've listened to J. Cole and his mixtapes numerous times. He was one of my favorite at one point. But let's look at it this way, if you never heard of J.Cole or Tyga, and they were rapping on the Rack City instrumental, who would you listen to?

Cole draw you n*ggas in because of his stories about growing up in North Carolina and going to college in NYC, that's what you guys want to hear? Cole has to get personal with his music because he knows he can't just make good music with out talking about some emotion subject.
 6 years ago '12        #46
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 Barack Obonga said:
You depressed brah?Im sure this isnt your only account on here.

just letting you know i know

u and that other guy hip hop card has been revoked nothing u say matters anymore
 6 years ago '11        #47
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 Sam Rothstein said:
And n*ggas think that just because you make a song called "Rack City" you can't switch it up. That's what's wrong with this hip-hop fans, they want to go to one artist for one type of music. That's why they have J. Cole backed in a corner, he can't make no party music because n*ggas will crank up and leave. Let a n*gga live. Tyga on the other hand he can do that.





Let me see you work out for me
 6 years ago '12        #48
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 Sam Rothstein said:
Don't get me wrong, I've listened to J. Cole and his mixtapes numerous times. He was one of my favorite at one point. But let's look at it this way, if you never heard of J.Cole or Tyga, and they were rapping on the Rack City instrumental, who would listen to?

Cole draw you n*ggas in because of his stories about growing up in North Carolina and going to college in NYC, that's what you guys want to hear? Cole has to get personal with his music because he knows he can't just make good music with out talking about some emotion subject.

u just took another loss
 6 years ago '04        #49
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 Sam Rothstein said:
Don't get me wrong, I've listened to J. Cole and his mixtapes numerous times. He was one of my favorite at one point. But let's look at it this way, if you never heard of J.Cole or Tyga, and they were rapping on the Rack City instrumental, who would you listen to?

Cole draw you n*ggas in because of his stories about growing up in North Carolina and going to college in NYC, that's what you guys want to hear? Cole has to get personal with his music because he knows he can't just make good music with out talking about some emotion subject.
So wait, let me get this straight. You are dissing Cole because he gets personal and makes music that his fans can actually relate to? Things like struggle, perseverance, triumph. And thats wack? And rack city bi*ch is cool?

Wow man your life must be horribly sad. Werent you the kid talking about image? LMAO seriously I feel sorry for you... you are the type of person that will never have their own identity and will stick to whats the fotm
 6 years ago '12        #50
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 Barack Obonga said:
Like I said if you listened to all the tyga songs in here and still think he cant rap than change your status from hip hop fan to emo f*ggot.

"hip hop card"
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like i said nothing u say matters not point in arguing with a f*ggot tyga fan
 03-09-2012, 04:36 PM         #51
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 notoriousthugzz said:
So wait, let me get this straight. You are dissing Cole because he gets personal and makes music that his fans can actually relate to? Things like struggle, perseverance, triumph. And thats wack? And rack city bi*ch is cool?

Wow man your life must be horribly sad. Werent you the kid talking about image? LMAO seriously I feel sorry for you... you are the type of person that will never have their own identity and will stick to whats the fotm
I can't tell you J. Cole stans nothing, y'all too emotionally attached.

Coconut Juice > Workout
 6 years ago '04        #52
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 Sam Rothstein said:
I can't tell you J. Cole stans nothing, y'all too emotionally attached.

Coconut Juice > Workout
continue to listen to whatevers on top 40 radio, f*ggot.

While I continue to listen to an artist who writes, performs, and produces his own great material.

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 6 years ago '04        #53
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 Sam Rothstein said:
Don't get me wrong, I've listened to J. Cole and his mixtapes numerous times. He was one of my favorite at one point. But let's look at it this way, if you never heard of J.Cole or Tyga, and they were rapping on the Rack City instrumental, who would you listen to?

Cole draw you n*ggas in because of his stories about growing up in North Carolina and going to college in NYC, that's what you guys want to hear? Cole has to get personal with his music because he knows he can't just make good music with out talking about some emotion subject.


COLE can do what tyga does easily

the question is... can TYGA do what Cole does?


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rips IMMA BOSS BEAT


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rack city beat would get demolished
 6 years ago '12        #54
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i remember that Coconut Juice song its was garbage a.ss fu*k the only good tyga song is cali love
 6 years ago '04        #55
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Uhh, heavenly father, appoint me to the coronation
I deserve it, brought music for clarification
Envision my past, Egypt reincarnated
Negativity hill, over the hump camels waiting
Never gave up, most of my peers forsaken
One make it, we all make it but I delivered that patient
King chronicles, never write it too logical
Fake n*ggas saying 'What up, fam?' but we ain’t biological
Hands down to my mother, she the greatest ever
Since I was the only child, wasn’t too much to stress her
Waking up before work, leaving allowance on the dresser
Raising the prince under pressure, no king, no refuge
It’s all good, got homies like Boyz n the Hood
We all good, I mean no matter what circumstances was
Champagne, weed, pills, it do the same
These n*ggas gassed up, too much butane
Working hard like one day I’ll afford the 4-door Porsche
Approaching every corner cautious
Too much shopping, n*ggas calling you a target
Too much flossing, n*ggas gossiping in your blog sh*t
I rather put one in the air, congratulate careers
death defying moments, people that I ain’t seen in years
What you running from when you you’re your only fear?
Guess my time is here…
Now..
who wrote this?
 03-09-2012, 04:41 PM         #56
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I can't talk rationally with you guys because you believe that Tyga can not compete with J.Cole. You guys use past knowledge to judge what is at the table right now. Song for song you're telling me Tyga doesn't have one that sh*ts on Cole?
 6 years ago '12        #57
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 notoriousthugzz said:
continue to listen to whatevers on top 40 radio, f*ggot.

While I continue to listen to an artist who writes, performs, and produces his own great material.

Followers

there is no point in arguing with these gay tyga fans there just trolling now
 6 years ago '04        #58
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why do artists rap their album lyrics on a freestyle
 03-09-2012, 04:43 PM         #59
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 DSOM said:
COLE can do what tyga does easily

the question is... can TYGA do what Cole does?




rips IMMA BOSS BEAT




rack city beat would get demolished
Cole's delivery isn't built for that instrumental, Tyga would easily out shine him if he jumped on I'm A Boss. Tyga has a better delivery than Cole.
 03-09-2012, 04:48 PM         #60
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 Sam Rothstein said:
Don't get me wrong, I've listened to J. Cole and his mixtapes numerous times. He was one of my favorite at one point. But let's look at it this way, if you never heard of J.Cole or Tyga, and they were rapping on the Rack City instrumental, who would you listen to?

Cole draw you n*ggas in because of his stories about growing up in North Carolina and going to college in NYC, that's what you guys want to hear? Cole has to get personal with his music because he knows he can't just make good music with out talking about some emotion subject.
What's your point? He should rap unrelatable lyrics and less about his experiences and those of people in society today because it's too powerful an idea? lol. That is music.

And, as far as why hip hop loves cole and not tyga, it's because Cole has a more comprehensive discography of conscious tracks that cater to classic hip hop heads. Tyga has had a handful of nice verses at the most, but in terms of lyrical content Cole smashes him.

I really can't believe you would even try to make a point that Cole is worse because he makes music that connects with people though lol.. cmon man.

And, i like rack city just consider it more hip-POP than real rap.
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