WHO YALL THINK IS THE BIGGEST GANGSTA RAPPER OF ALL TIME?

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Unread post by Past » August 8th, 2006, 4:22 pm

BG MLOCO wrote:what :shock: :shock: :shock: massacre a pop album where, he only had 5 songs that was hard, what about in my hood, gunz come out, i don't need em, toy soldier, ski mask way, ryder music. in my eyes the massacre was just as good as the first album 1. he sold less records he still went 5.4 million records to date, and 2. he made more money of the 2nd album.
You need to be slapped for saying its as good as Get rich or power of the dollar , I said most of it was pop, he changed his flow sounded garbage as fuck only thing good was some of the beats, not to mention all of his singles off the album were strait pop 50 needs to get his ass kicked for selling out and going gay.

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Unread post by UmanH-ay » August 8th, 2006, 4:28 pm

It was still a good album IMO,
That was in NWA after NWA he took up writing himself, but Dre is the king of having ghostwriters , and 50's first album Power of the dollar is really good .
Theres no doubt that Dre had some ghost writers and by god he needed them lol, eazy still had ghost writers even post NWA times, he didnt write his stuff for Real muthaf**kin G's

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » August 8th, 2006, 9:26 pm

OK 5 POP SONGS OUT OF 21
DISCO INFERNO
JUS A LIL BIT
BUILD U UP
SO AMAZING
CANDY SHOP

THE REST OF THE TRACCS WERE STRAIGHT BANGERS, AND HOW DID HE SELL OUT? IF THATS THE CASE EVERY RAPPER THATS MAINSTREAM SOLD OUT.

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Unread post by Past » August 8th, 2006, 10:44 pm

BG MLOCO wrote:OK 5 POP SONGS OUT OF 21
DISCO INFERNO
JUS A LIL BIT
BUILD U UP
SO AMAZING
CANDY SHOP

THE REST OF THE TRACCS WERE STRAIGHT BANGERS, AND HOW DID HE SELL OUT? IF THATS THE CASE EVERY RAPPER THATS MAINSTREAM SOLD OUT.
Nah they wernt strait bangers 50 went weak lyrically his flow went to hell as well, and he went from a gangsta rapper making tight songs to some chump sellin out his homies and his hood to putting out a garbage ass album like the massacre just to be on pop status, see homey it would be worth argueing with you if your music taste was right but you think the massacre was hot aint shit but jesus can only save you from understanding whats actually hot and whats hot garbage.

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Unread post by perongregory » August 8th, 2006, 10:57 pm

the massacre was on some BS. in fact I want my money back for that garbage.

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Unread post by UmanH-ay » August 9th, 2006, 5:06 am

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BG MLOCO wrote:OK 5 POP SONGS OUT OF 21
DISCO INFERNO
JUS A LIL BIT
BUILD U UP
SO AMAZING
CANDY SHOP

THE REST OF THE TRACCS WERE STRAIGHT BANGERS, AND HOW DID HE SELL OUT? IF THATS THE CASE EVERY RAPPER THATS MAINSTREAM SOLD OUT.
Nah they wernt strait bangers 50 went weak lyrically his flow went to hell as well, and he went from a gangsta rapper making tight songs to some chump sellin out his homies and his hood to putting out a garbage ass album like the massacre just to be on pop status, see homey it would be worth argueing with you if your music taste was right but you think the massacre was hot aint shit but jesus can only save you from understanding whats actually hot and whats hot garbage.
I admit, it was disapointing but i still had a "few" good tracks on there that i enjoy, of course it aint better than GRODT and probably his next one wont top it ever as well, im still keen to check out his new shit

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » August 9th, 2006, 5:30 am

what lyrically he flow is just a lil slower, so i dont think he fell off too much, and sell out his hood, there are rappers thats hood hoppin, don't go to the hood and not even from the hood and they are considered real.

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Unread post by Sentenza » August 9th, 2006, 5:44 am

Well, when i think of Gangsta Rappers, i think of B.G. Knoccout and Dresta, Tray-Dee, Eazy E, Kool G Rap, Boo Yaa Tribe and some others, but most probably not 50 Cent.
Whatever kind of Rapper he is, hes no Gangster Rapper in m eyes.

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Unread post by Past » August 9th, 2006, 12:23 pm

If you wanna hear the real 50 and non of his pop massacre BS get his first album power of the dollar along with the mixtapes guess whos back, 50 cent is the future, which made him mixtape rapper of the year.

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Unread post by UmanH-ay » August 9th, 2006, 7:40 pm

i kinda liked that track he did called "to stay on top" or was it called that? you can tell how his flow is different to nowadays from back then when the track came out in 2002 or 2001

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Unread post by BlaKK » August 9th, 2006, 8:10 pm

That nigga Game is Gangsta.

GAHAHAHA please cuzz, I'd kill that nigga.

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Unread post by Past » August 9th, 2006, 8:40 pm

afakasi wrote:i kinda liked that track he did called "to stay on top" or was it called that? you can tell how his flow is different to nowadays from back then when the track came out in 2002 or 2001
You wanna see how 50s flow changed?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEPY1y1WbUw

check that out when 50 comes on and compare that to his massacre BS aint no comparison , and that last track on get rich or die tryin nobody likes me is from power of the dollar you can also see how 50s flow changed with that track.

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Unread post by BG MLOCO » August 10th, 2006, 4:43 pm

i said his flow changed he slowed up a lil bit, but listen to his lyrics on songs like, ryder music, gunz come out, i'll whup ya boy, when it rains it pours, same hard delivery but a lil slower, nah mean he is still a good mc point blank he aint wack, a wack nigga aint gonna sell like 19 million albums( get rich and die trying, the massacre, g-unit album, and get rich and die trying soundtracc) he fell off yes but who else is really coming hard out of nyc, unlce murder, papoose, saigon, serioulsy, nyc lyricists need to step up, dont hate on the next man cuz he doing him, the only cat i know that i just mentioned out of those 3 that can really ryhme is papoose, uncle murder got flow yes, but he writes about the same thing all of the time, i got his first mix tape when it dropped like in late 2000 early 2001, he is saying the same thing for the past 5 years. saigon he can spit but i dont think he fuccing with papoose.

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Unread post by Manso » August 10th, 2006, 5:46 pm

Rapper or rap group? I'd have to say Dipset! Now they real OG bloods from the NYC bangin since... umm last year... I think. haha I'm obviously just playin'
I think any group comin out nowdays(2000's) talkin about bangin and they hood... is just following that gimmick Crip/blood bandwagin. Even worse like in the case of the whole Diplomat crew when they were obviously around a few years ago I think since the late 90's right? Anyways, they weren't sayin nuttin about bloods crips, etc... and dressing in all colors of the rainbow from what I remember. Now they supposedly all bloods... I guess in the 2000's u can buy street credibility in NYC. Kinda like Game too. Everybody in the Cpt know he wasn't bangin until he got a record deal. I don't know about you but I'm already bored with this studio gangster b.s.

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Unread post by YungLoCC » August 10th, 2006, 7:14 pm

off top i would say... the homie frum the sac town city. X MUTHAFUCCIN RAIDED!!!.... yadidaaa?

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Unread post by BlaKK » August 10th, 2006, 7:34 pm

Young Locc nigga Type like you have some got damn sense, little youngin ass nigga.

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Unread post by perongregory » August 10th, 2006, 7:42 pm

thats that bay shit homie.

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Unread post by BlaKK » August 10th, 2006, 7:52 pm

I heard that nigga X raided on a couple Lynch Hung Albums I got over here at the Tilt. Brotha Lynch hung is dope cuzz.

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Unread post by SAINTJAYMES » August 10th, 2006, 11:04 pm

C-BO

JAYO FELONY

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Unread post by YungLoCC » August 11th, 2006, 4:49 am

BlaKK wrote:Young Locc nigga Type like you have some got damn sense, little youngin ass nigga.
real talk doe i aint gon be offended by wut u say cuz if u was from that NOR CAL you would understand the slang. yadidamean? but anyways hell yeah brotha lynch, x-raided and "SOME" of the foos that was frum black market records is tight too no doubt.

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Unread post by Past » August 11th, 2006, 1:03 pm

YungLoCC wrote:
BlaKK wrote:Young Locc nigga Type like you have some got damn sense, little youngin ass nigga.
real talk doe i aint gon be offended by wut u say because if u was from that NOR CAL you would understand the slang. yadidamean? but anyways hell yeah brotha lynch, x-raided and "SOME" of the foos that was frum black market records is tight too no doubt.
The only type of slang like that is from the bay i know aint no one speaking liek that in sac town cause sac town aint the bay.

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Unread post by Mcminister » August 11th, 2006, 6:49 pm

C - bo

Jeyo FELony

bang'em smurf,

easy E,

i don like 50 but that nigga was gangsta in his days
n he really show no respect,like a real thug wud

( them niggas in the bangin on WAx)

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Unread post by YungLoCC » August 11th, 2006, 6:57 pm

Past wrote:
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BlaKK wrote:Young Locc nigga Type like you have some got damn sense, little youngin ass nigga.
real talk doe i aint gon be offended by wut u say because if u was from that NOR CAL you would understand the slang. yadidamean? but anyways hell yeah brotha lynch, x-raided and "SOME" of the foos that was frum black market records is tight too no doubt.
The only type of slang like that is from the bay i know aint no one speaking liek that in sac town cause sac town aint the bay.
ur right sac town aint the bay and it aint their slang. but i be seeing foos up in sac going dumb and with that hyphy movement. me being frum the bay myself i aint mad at that if dey with it then hey do the damn thang feel me? well i aint tryin to make dis thing big of a deal so imma just leave it at that... payCe.

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Unread post by worldwide » August 29th, 2006, 12:02 pm

TRAY-DEEE
JAYO FELONY
MAUSBERG
W.C.

RESPECTIVELY

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Unread post by Seven » August 30th, 2006, 4:27 am

Yo I like the topic, I would say 2Pac because he single handedly made popular the Westside aria and the gangsta themed rap music, yet Ice-T, Too Short, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Mack 10 and Eazy-E are all genuine G's

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Unread post by Past » August 30th, 2006, 4:29 pm

Seven wrote:Yo I like the topic, I would say 2Pac because he single handedly made popular the Westside aria and the gangsta themed rap music, yet Ice-T, Too Short, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Mack 10 and Eazy-E are all genuine G's
:lol: did you just say pac put gangsta rap on the map? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Unread post by SAINTJAYMES » August 30th, 2006, 4:41 pm

2pac wasnt even a gangsta he came out with digital underground first then went on some thug life shit but didnt put gangsta rap on no map

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Unread post by BlaKK » August 30th, 2006, 6:20 pm

You always size a nigga up by the shit they they produced before they were hot. Pac for example, was into some techno shit, not to undermine the niggas lyrical talent, But its fact, that nigga switched the style up as soon as his first album went Gold. What does this tell you? Nigga you tell me?

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Unread post by SAINTJAYMES » August 30th, 2006, 6:29 pm

xzactly blakk

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Unread post by HGV-Z » September 2nd, 2006, 5:08 pm

easy e :twisted:

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Unread post by BlaKK » September 2nd, 2006, 5:15 pm

I got my niggas from Grape Street Waaaaaaaaatts, I got my Niggas from the C-P-T..... I got my niggas all across, the muthafuchan Land, thats down with the E.A.Z.Y.E."

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Unread post by Shox112 » October 2nd, 2006, 5:31 pm

Im a loc in all but I aint gone lie dem Damus know how to rap Big Wy and Lil Hawk

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