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Old 04-28-2013, 04:45 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I used to like this song. Still do.


The lyrics are week which is why for Rap & Hip-Hop I prefer Wayne, Drake, and The Weeknd. But still a good song.
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Old 04-28-2013, 05:02 PM   #12 (permalink)
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TBH, I've only listened to Wayne's albums all the way through.

For Wayne, It would have to be Tha Carter 2 and Dedication 2

I was also hooked on Juvenile's Cocky and Confident but only the single. I think I listened to the album once and forgot about it.
Aw man, you GOT to check out Juvenile's "400 Degreez" album. Did you like Wayne's "Lights Out" or "The Block is Hot" album?
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Old 04-29-2013, 06:51 AM   #13 (permalink)
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I used to like this song. Still do.
ha! I haven't heard that song in years goes along so well with this one.




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Aw man, you GOT to check out Juvenile's "400 Degreez" album. Did you like Wayne's "Lights Out" or "The Block is Hot" album?
yeah, I just never took Juvenile seriously enough to go looking through his albums for the good stuff but I'll check out 400 Degreez.

I don't remember listening to Lights Out but Tha Block is Hot was pretty damn good especially production-wise.
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ha! I haven't heard that song in years goes along so well with this one.






yeah, I just never took Juvenile seriously enough to go looking through his albums for the good stuff but I'll check out 400 Degreez.

I don't remember listening to Lights Out but Tha Block is Hot was pretty damn good especially production-wise.
If you liked Tha Block's production, you'll probably dig 400 Degreez. Again, the rapping isn't the best part of Cash Money, it's the damn good Mannie Fresh productions!
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If you liked Tha Block's production, you'll probably dig 400 Degreez. Again, the rapping isn't the best part of Cash Money, it's the damn good Mannie Fresh productions!
oh god damn, it was so tough to get through his rapping but once I tuned it out and just vibe out to the beats then it wasn't so bad! I don't know that I'll listen to 400 Degreez any time soon but I'll keep it in my collection instead of deleting it. I have loads of shit in there anyways.
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oh god damn, it was so tough to get through his rapping but once I tuned it out and just vibe out to the beats then it wasn't so bad! I don't know that I'll listen to 400 Degreez any time soon but I'll keep it in my collection instead of deleting it. I have loads of shit in there anyways.
Haha, yeah, his rapping isn't for everybody but I do enjoy the fact that his voice is so unique. (and/or ridiculous, lol) So would you say that Wayne was a better rapper than Juvie in the late 90s?
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Haha, yeah, his rapping isn't for everybody but I do enjoy the fact that his voice is so unique. (and/or ridiculous, lol) So would you say that Wayne was a better rapper than Juvie in the late 90s?
Yes, even back then Wayne was better than Juvie. Look at the evidence in the Bling Bling video or any song where Juvie is featured on a Wayne track for that matter.
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Yes, even back then Wayne was better than Juvie. Look at the evidence in the Bling Bling video or any song where Juvie is featured on a Wayne track for that matter.
Interesting that you think that, I always thought Juvie was much more lyrical than Wayne, never really cared for early Wayne's flow either.
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