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  • xX-Bronco-Xx
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    I actually like How to Love as a pop song. I haven't listened to his entire album yet so I really can't make judgement.

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  • BluenOrnge4Life
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    Originally posted by The Experience View Post
    The only thing that this proves is that 964,000 people are retarted..
    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." — Albert Einstein

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  • The Experience
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    Originally posted by BroncoSexyDaddy View Post
    The Carter IV sold 964,000 copies the first week,not counting all the illegal downloads.Also, Wayne had a record breaking 18 nominations at the bet awards,i guess the people are feeling Lil Wayne.
    The only thing that this proves is that 964,000 people are retarted..

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  • Peerless
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    900,000+ and I can still barely understand a damn thing he raps.

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  • BroncoSexyDaddy
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    The Carter IV sold 964,000 copies the first week,not counting all the illegal downloads.Also, Wayne had a record breaking 18 nominations at the bet awards,i guess the people are feeling Lil Wayne.
    Last edited by BroncoSexyDaddy; 09-08-2011, 09:06 AM.

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  • BluenOrnge4Life
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    Originally posted by The Experience View Post
    That is what real hip hop is, it's about life. From some of the simplest things, to some of the more complex aspects about it.

    Real hip hop is relatable to your fanbase. If all you rap about is how much money you have, how many women you sleep with, and how nice your cars are. Only a small portion of your fanbase will relate to that. If you rap about real life such as a bad breakup or losing someone close to you, etc. Something that can happen to anyone then your fans will form that special connection with the artist and that is what real hip hop is all about....
    No doubt, agreed.

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  • The Experience
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    Originally posted by BluenOrnge4Life View Post
    This is why I like Eminem so much too because he raps about real life. Certain rappers rap about the same thing over and over and over and over again. It's so repetitive and it's why a lot of people can't stand rap in general.

    Rapping with a purpose is something I can respect.
    That is what real hip hop is, it's about life. From some of the simplest things, to some of the more complex aspects about it.

    Real hip hop is relatable to your fanbase. If all you rap about is how much money you have, how many women you sleep with, and how nice your cars are. Only a small portion of your fanbase will relate to that. If you rap about real life such as a bad breakup or losing someone close to you, etc. Something that can happen to anyone then your fans will form that special connection with the artist and that is what real hip hop is all about....

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  • BluenOrnge4Life
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    Originally posted by The Experience View Post
    I think people who don't like hip hop would appreciate it a lot more if they didn't hear guys like Wayne.

    Hip Hop is stereotyped so badly among a lot of people. All people think hip hop is money, women, cars, drugs, etc. because that is what has been played on the radio for over 10 years. If they heard more REAL Hip Hop I think that they won't necessarily learn to love it, but they will appreciate it as an art form and form of music.

    This is why I say that Wayne has done more to hurt hip hop than he has to help it.
    This is why I like Eminem so much too because he raps about real life. Certain rappers rap about the same thing over and over and over and over again. It's so repetitive and it's why a lot of people can't stand rap in general.

    Rapping with a purpose is something I can respect.

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  • BroncoSexyDaddy
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    Originally posted by The Experience View Post
    I think people who don't like hip hop would appreciate it a lot more if they didn't hear guys like Wayne.

    Hip Hop is stereotyped so badly among a lot of people. All people think hip hop is money, women, cars, drugs, etc. because that is what has been played on the radio for over 10 years. If they heard more REAL Hip Hop I think that they won't necessarily learn to love it, but they will appreciate it as an art form and form of music.

    This is why I say that Wayne has done more to hurt hip hop than he has to help it.
    Even before Wayne came into the picture society never liked hip hop.I listened to a lot of clean artist a long time ago,and my parents and family never liked it.They felt it was all a bunch of crap,it wasn't real music.

    Now if it was country western or jazz,they could dig that.I really don't think most people in society know what the difference is.I could tell you now,the vast majority of people i know wouldn't like either or,even if it was a guy like KRS1,or the Roots, it would still be the same result.

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  • The Experience
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    Originally posted by BroncoSexyDaddy View Post
    Its kind of like the nfl its a business first,they don't care about our opinion as long as they are making money.You are right garbage rules the airwaves,its getting worse every year.

    Just to let you know,its a lot of people that don't even like Hip Hop let along Rap,they think its not music at all.They think its whack,a bunch of crap.
    I think people who don't like hip hop would appreciate it a lot more if they didn't hear guys like Wayne.

    Hip Hop is stereotyped so badly among a lot of people. All people think hip hop is money, women, cars, drugs, etc. because that is what has been played on the radio for over 10 years. If they heard more REAL Hip Hop I think that they won't necessarily learn to love it, but they will appreciate it as an art form and form of music.

    This is why I say that Wayne has done more to hurt hip hop than he has to help it.

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  • BroncoSexyDaddy
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    Originally posted by BluenOrnge4Life View Post
    Those little girls don't know what good is because they haven't heard it, Mainly because garbage dominates the airwaves.. I thought my first girlfriend was the best too until we broke up and I played the field a little.

    Lil Wayne can think he's the best because he sells x many records, but everyone in the hip hop world knows that he's not anywhere close.
    Its kind of like the nfl its a business first,they don't care about our opinion as long as they are making money.You are right garbage rules the airwaves,its getting worse every year.

    Just to let you know,its a lot of people that don't even like Hip Hop let along Rap,they think its not music at all.They think its whack,a bunch of crap.

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  • BluenOrnge4Life
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    Originally posted by BroncoSexyDaddy View Post
    I get what your saying.

    You have to understand its a business,its not all about pleasing the very view that wants to hear true hip hop its about money.Its about giving the majority of people what they want to spend their money for.

    I'm sure he knows that lazy style he has is making him millions of dollars so why stop just to please a few people and lose money.I'm sure if he wanted to he could blend in with the true hip hop artist,but he wouldn't sell as many albums as he sells now.Those little girls you spoke of,majority of them don't care about the past,they care about what vibrations move them and that's these new style rappers such as Wayne.
    Those little girls don't know what good is because they haven't heard it, Mainly because garbage dominates the airwaves.. I thought my first girlfriend was the best too until we broke up and I played the field a little.

    Lil Wayne can think he's the best because he sells x many records, but everyone in the hip hop world knows that he's not anywhere close.
    Last edited by BluenOrnge4Life; 09-02-2011, 07:51 PM.

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  • BroncoSexyDaddy
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    Originally posted by The Experience View Post
    KRS-One is still the man, he still puts out fire....
    I agree with that,i like the song he has with Talib Kweli,now thats fire

    Perfect beat

    Last edited by BroncoSexyDaddy; 09-02-2011, 07:32 PM.

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  • The Experience
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    Originally posted by BroncoSexyDaddy View Post
    I agree,KRS-One was the man back in the days of early hip hop.I think true hip hop is gone,its a thing of the past.Gangsta bad boy rap is what the new generation wants to hear,they want to be entertained.If you ask the youngsters today to listen to some real hip hop they will say its not that good,it probably would not get any play.

    Fact is,their is a bigger variety of people in the outside world that wants to hear Wayne and the Game,and their record albums are blowing up the charts in sales as proof.
    KRS-One is still the man, he still puts out fire....

    As far as good hip hop mainstream, I agree, it's pretty much dead. But great hip hop overall? There is still a ton of great artists...
    Last edited by The Experience; 09-02-2011, 06:51 PM.

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  • shawinkerpoppin
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    My biggest problem with Wayne is that most of his music that he puts on his CD is mixtape quality. He doesnt have any quality songs. I love mixtapes and freestyles but I feel if your making an actual album there has to be quality on it. Most of his stuff is a bunch of random punch lines put together and you cant tell in general what the song is about. There is no purpose.

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