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 04-25-2012, 11:02 AM         #61
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 Damagegadget said:
thats the whole point



and as in the matrix.. I see people will f!ght to protect and justify the very system that enslaves them
If people actually overthrew the government it would be the same sh*t. Let's say the bloods took control of Washington, n*ggas gonna have the goons to take care of anyone who is a threat to the team being on top, gonna tax n*ggas, and come and pay them a visit when they don't get their cut. So, even if you f!ght for something new you are still going back to the same sh*t. The government just the best at what they do, that's why they hire criminal n*ggas who are really good at what they do.


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 04-25-2012, 11:20 AM         #62
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 NO RELIGION said:
'Because 'trends change'? You're missing the whole point of the thread. This new feminine/homos3xual era of rap came about because some exec at the top is pushing it on the listeners who are easily influenced.
You hit it on the head NR, that's why so many artists' start from scratch on their own or don't run to a label from the get go. It's called for the love of the art, if you really believe in what you do you're not gonna let anybody try to alter your belief.


I started noticing at that time in Hip Hop that the labels were actually signing the artists and promoting the artists who would bring in just the negative messages: let’s have s3x, drop ya b00ty. We getting off into Crunk now, the bling bling is out there … it’s going down. It was a new swag and everybody wanted to brag about – Rap has always been about bragging, but everybody wanted to brag about the millions. And I noticed that at a certain point in Hip Hop the major labels stopped signing and promoting the positive artists, the ones that was just really positive. Positive images were hard to get out there. So I’m just saying that at some point it wasn’t that Hip Hop changed on its own, it had a little push. I’m a real conspiracy theorist, and I just feel like there had to be a gathering of the major labels and somebody had to say like, “Look, we gotta keep this positive sh*t off the airwaves and let this b00ty-shaking sh*t take over. It’s time.” And after that it’s like the floodgates just opened with s3x and violence.-Too $hort


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 6 years ago '07        #63
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 Sam Rothstein said:
If people actually overthrew the government it would be the same sh*t. Let's say the bloods took control of Washington, n*ggas gonna have the goons to take care of anyone who is a threat to the team being on top, gonna tax n*ggas, and come and pay them a visit when they don't get their cut. So, even if you f!ght for something new you are still going back to the same sh*t. The government just the best at what they do, that's why they hire criminal n*ggas who are really good at what they do.
again this is the status quo... you need to alter your thought process... as does the rest of society.. Im not saying Im the dali lama.but admitting there is a problem is a step towards a solution
 6 years ago '07        #64
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 s7venwords said:
You hit it on the head NR, that's why so many artists' start from scratch on their own or don't run to a label from the get go. It's called for the love of the art, if you really believe in what you do you're not gonna let anybody try to alter your belief.
yea and those signed..have to submit..as defined(to give over or yield to the power or authority of another).. submit there material to the label.. who will ultimately tell you what to put out...
 04-25-2012, 11:26 AM         #65
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 23codez said:
I wonder what group of people were the masterminds behind this, if it's true.
Sounds like some Illuminati/Master Mason sh*t. Read 13 Blood Lines of the Illuminati by Fritz Springmeier...bought the book back in 95 for 50 bucs. Its like $100 to $200 now..lol. But gives you deep insight into the genesis of the illuminati, back to the 1700's...

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Damn near all the presidents, bank owners, religious leaders, etc...talks about how world wars were staged to control the population, the war on drugs...pretty deep.


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 6 years ago '05        #66
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 Damagegadget said:
skinny jeans don't make you gay... lol

the skinny jeans era..has influenced people to wear skinny jeans..your proving the whole arguement to be true.. the phrase skinny jeans era..says enuff
..Where I Come From,If You Skinny Jeans...You Gay. Skinny Jeans Meant For Females,Playboy. So Did The Skinny Jean Music Turn n*ggas Gay? Nope....BUT It Did Open Up A Door For Acouple "Other" Muthafu*kas.

I Still Dont Believe The Story Cause Hip Hop Has Kind of Broken Away From That "im rob you & k!ll you". Its All About "Swag, Money, bi*ches, The Life" For Some....
 04-25-2012, 11:33 AM         #67
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 Damagegadget said:
yea and those signed..have to submit..as defined(to give over or yield to the power or authority of another).. submit there material to the label.. who will ultimately tell you what to put out...
Look at some of the material Bone has put out on a major label the last 10 yrs..... Ghetto Cowboy.......the joint with Phl Collins (nice but not the Bone I was expecting).
 04-25-2012, 11:36 AM         #68
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Skinny jeans = womens leggings

Skinny jeans were designed by Levi for women during the 80's.

Urban culture adopted "fitted jeans" around the early 00's and in the last few years "Fitted jeans" like there predecessors "Baggy Jeans" have been replaced by "Skinny Jeans"

whichever way you spin it those skinny jeans were designed for women, they take in account the shape of the v*gina, you are one step away from wearing a skirt
 6 years ago '06        #69
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That's deep, and very believable. Looking back, that year was definitely the turning point in hip-hop from socially conscious music to westcoast gangsta rap. Fast forward to today, it seems like the gameplan has shifted from getting the black male into prison to effeminizing the black male. Notice how an artist like Freddie Gibbs ain't really getting that industry push versus artists like Wale, Wiz, and Drake. Also, someone like Wayne can wear some the gayest outfits known to man, and everything is cool in the game.
 6 years ago '08        #70
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If Jay z can have a bunch of fools in button ups with jeans, what else you think they can do?...

they know hip hop is influential and they use that to their advantage.


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 6 years ago '08        #71
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 Fresh Whyte said:
..Where I Come From,If You Skinny Jeans...You Gay. Skinny Jeans Meant For Females,Playboy. So Did The Skinny Jean Music Turn n*ggas Gay? Nope....BUT It Did Open Up A Door For Acouple "Other" Muthafu*kas.

I Still Dont Believe The Story Cause Hip Hop Has Kind of Broken Away From That "im rob you & k!ll you". Its All About "Swag, Money, bi*ches, The Life" For Some....
Hip Hop is still about that, now they will rob you and k!ll you while being "swagged out" with new Js and sh*t, fresh robberies.

Also do you forget old a leggins wearing guy saying I am kinap yo bi*ch show me that baby money etc, the goons type rappers are no longer the mainstream rappers true that but that swag money bi*ches life is still full of Goons.
 04-25-2012, 11:47 AM         #72
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 The N said:
If Jay z can have a bunch of fools in button up with jeans

what else you think they can do?, they know hip hop is influential and they use that to their advantage
That's why I prefer lesser publicized acts like Sean Price or Devin The Dude as they never disappoint.
 6 years ago '11        #73
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 Damagegadget said:
there is no comparison.. broadway actors play roles on stage..not in life.. lil wayen says he is a blood on record...and in real life..
No sir. They're playing roles. Gucci Mane is not Gucci Mane when he goes to see his mother. He's Radric Davis. Lil Wayne and CM were "crip" years before. It's an image they're selling. They're playing a role. Anyone with a working brain knows Lil Wayne was never a gangbanger and that Ross is not selling dope right now.
 04-25-2012, 11:53 AM         #74
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To ppl talking about today or "the skinny jean era" although not promoting violence think about it, the only things that are being promoted are drugs money and s3x while this doesn't exactly line up with trying to fill prisons its a distraction. How many young adults and teens today know or care about news on things like the war and other political events? How many of those same ppl do u think know all the words to the motto? Same shyt as reality tv shows its just mindless bs to keep ur mind occupied from things that actually matter. On the article tho- good shyt I don't have a hard time believing this at all.
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 Damagegadget said:
again sir..this is what is being pushed as cool... through mass media .. like MTV ..so yea it is people..who are easily lead by what is pushed as acceptable or cool to society.

Marketing and promotion is consumer manipulation.. this is not what people really want.. its what they have been led to believe they want...
You ever hear the expression, "You can bring a horse to the river, but you can't make him drink"?
 6 years ago '11        #76
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the music industry is a dirty place
 6 years ago '11        #77
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 Damagegadget said:
again this is the status quo... you need to alter your thought process... as does the rest of society.. Im not saying Im the dali lama.but admitting there is a problem is a step towards a solution
Why does he need to alter his thought process? Cause it's different from yours?
 04-25-2012, 12:05 PM         #78
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yeah weak n*ggas will never understand that our gov pushes music designed to fu*k our culture up and increase corporate profit
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 QuietMoney said:
That's deep, and very believable. Looking back, that year was definitely the turning point in hip-hop from socially conscious music to westcoast gangsta rap. Fast forward to today, it seems like the gameplan has shifted from getting the black male into prison to effeminizing the black male. Notice how an artist like Freddie Gibbs ain't really getting that industry push versus artists like Wale, Wiz, and Drake. Also, someone like Wayne can wear some the gayest outfits known to man, and everything is cool in the game.
How is Wale, Wiz, and Drake effeminate?

David Bowie, Kiss, and Freddie Mercury were wearing make-up for years. Let's stop with this effeminizing the black man bullsh*t. That's made up from insecure black men who feel wearing a scarf or pants that fit makes you a homos3xual. Totally ignoring the fact that in the 80s and before that's how n*ggas actually dressed. Why wasn't perming your hair and wearing glitter and eyeliner in the 80s in LA effeminizing black males? Why wasn't Rick James pointed out as the person pushing it? Why wasn't George Clinton crucified for all them damn colors in his hair?

The new fitted style of clothing came because everyone, black, white, hispanics, etc. started dressing alike as hip hop merged into pop culture, now everything is streamlined and a lot of us are dressing the same. And dudes talking about skinny jeans. It was a fad. A fad that passed. I live in NYC and haven't seen a pair of skinny jeans in over a year. Not on anyone, not in the stores, they're gone. So I don't where you guys are, but no one here is wearing skinny jeans anymore. What rap artists is wearing skinny jeans right now? Minus Wayne's jeggings which he himself put on for attention.


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 CIDF said:
yeah weak n*ggas will never understand that our gov pushes music designed to fu*k our culture up and increase corporate profit
...And What Are You Doing To Stop It? Not A Damn Thing But Nodding Your Head To The Beat With The "Weak n*ggas".

If Music Tells You To Rob A n*gga & You Go Rob A n*gga Then You Need To Be Smacked.
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