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Old 01-19-2013, 08:44 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Uhh dude I try to but everything I hear has not appealed to me at all. Its either "yeahhhh boiiiiii" or "whhhaaaattt" and just recycled garbage lyrics and beats. The storys aren't told in a way thats articulate at all and most the beats sound like a tayor swift song chopped and screwed up. Eminem had some stuff I liked but I really cant think of anyone else who I could acknowledge as tolerable. Dont say lil wayne cause every song sounds the same.

But no, I dont listen to much hip hop anymore cause I havent heard anything appealing really for a long time. The occasional old schoolers putting some stuff out and some one hit wonders here and there.
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Old 01-19-2013, 10:50 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Dude I'll agree that some of the crap inbetween songs can get a lil annoying. Thats not what made Biggie and Pac great though. I think overall it was their ability to tell different storys in ways that wasn't so cliche and mundane like a lot, if not all of todays rap. Biggie was very stylistic in his delivery and overall sound. Most of the dialogue in his raps weren't overly predictable like todays are. To me Pac was the best of ALL time and you can say what you will but Biggie was def top 5 as well. The dispute between the two artists definately contributed to some of the notoriety they recieved, but overall it was their music that payed the most dividends to their fame. To me rap during that era was the best and has never been the same since. Dre, Cube, Pac, Snoop, Biggie my all time top 5.
Gotta disagree with this. Musically he wasn't that great.
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Old 01-19-2013, 11:47 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Gotta disagree with this. Musically he wasn't that great.
Yeah, Biggie took some growing for me (and I still hate the skits) but Pac was nothing but agony every time I tried.
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Old 01-20-2013, 01:01 AM   #14 (permalink)
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You don't listen to much hip-hop do you?
Ah geez.

Anyway, Biggie has lines that dedtroy just about anyone's little puns or wordplay to this day, had one of the most distinctive rhyme scheme patterns recognized to this day, and told some of the most vivid stories heard to this day. "Warning" itself, a barely three minute song (including the closing skit thing) is massive, so loaded with imagery and juicy little details - along with incredibly intricate rhyme schemes - he puts a lot of cats (I'm gonna say Em because I hate him) to shame.
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Old 01-20-2013, 01:23 AM   #15 (permalink)
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You can't really argue against his comment to be fair.
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My favs off Ready to Die gotta be Respect, Juice, and Ready to Die.

Gotta love Manky and his controversial opinions!

Personally though, I'd take Jay or Nas over Biggie/2pac.

Reasonable Doubt flow/rhyme scheme is pretty damn hard to touch.
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Old 01-20-2013, 08:17 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Ah geez.

Anyway, Biggie has lines that dedtroy just about anyone's little puns or wordplay to this day, had one of the most distinctive rhyme scheme patterns recognized to this day, and told some of the most vivid stories heard to this day. "Warning" itself, a barely three minute song (including the closing skit thing) is massive, so loaded with imagery and juicy little details - along with incredibly intricate rhyme schemes - he puts a lot of cats (I'm gonna say Em because I hate him) to shame.
I could name about 20-30 rappers off the top of my head that are better lyricists than Biggie.
Here's one for you. How can so many people consider Biggie to be one of the greatest of all time based off of two albums?
Nobody talks about Big Pun or Big L who had the same number of albums, one studio album and one posthumous release being the greatest of all time despite the fact they were both superior MC's to Notorious BIG.
As for his imagery, it's all clichéd as I'd already pointed out, just talk about guns, bitches and pretending to be Al Capone.
It doesn't interest me in the slightest.
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I could name about 20-30 rappers off the top of my head that are better lyricists than Biggie.
Here's one for you. How can so many people consider Biggie to be one of the greatest of all time based off of two albums?
Nobody talks about Big Pun or Big L who had the same number of albums, one studio album and one posthumous release being the greatest of all time despite the fact they were both superior MC's to Notorious BIG.
As for his imagery, it's all clichéd as I'd already pointed out, just talk about guns, bitches and pretending to be Al Capone.
It doesn't interest me in the slightest.
You need to realize that all of what you are saying about Biggie is merely your personal opinion and not permanent facts. I didnt create this thread so I can watch drama floating around about Biggie or something like that. If you dont like Biggie's albums then just say so. No need to be dramatic about it.

Personally I like many more rap artists other than Biggie but I was just curious to know if anyone else likes him. He's not a great lyricist but I like some of his songs, particularly Juicy and Everyday Struggle. They actually have good lyrics too.

A lot of people seem not to care much about his second album,which is a pity since its a great 2 disc album with lots of variety in the songs. And its definitely worth checking out since Biggie's discography is quite small anyway.
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Gimme the Loot and the title track definitely. What about yours mate?

I also find that interlude where he's having sex rather annoying. Have to skip that one.
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