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Sixty_9 03-14-2018 03:25 AM

Joyner Lucas - Look Alive Remix
 
Great Guy!

Mindfulness 03-14-2018 04:20 PM


Sixty_9 03-15-2018 02:19 PM

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Originally Posted by Mindfulness (Post 1933178)

I don't understand

Outss 04-24-2018 12:36 AM

Joyner Lucas is underrated in terms of lyrical ability but hes a bit of a dick with his disses lol

Mindfulness 10-22-2018 11:53 AM


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rs52auqcmE

new album coming soon, called ADHD. :cool:

Mindfulness 10-25-2018 10:05 AM

https://ssli.ulximg.com/image/740x49...087ab769cc.jpg
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Joyner Lucas is confident in naming his "favorite rapper."
Recently, Eminem's Kamikaze was certified platinum, proving that not even the digital age can stifle his momentum. And while Em has no shortage of platinum plaques decorating his walls, for Joyner Lucas, the milestone is a new experience. The "I Love" rapper recently tweeted out his gratitude for Marshall Mathers, after landing his first ever platinum plaque for their work on "Lucky You."

"Who would of knew My first platinum plaque would ironically come from my favorite rappers album?" writes Joyner, via Twitter. "@Eminem thank u." With "Lucky You" in the bag, let's see if their upcoming collaboration can follow suit; Joyner has already teased an Em feature on ADHD, which is said to follow in the footsteps of "Stan."

When it comes to GOAT discourse, Eminem's name is not always respected accordingly; some feel compelled to give him his props reluctantly neglecting to note his various contributions to the game. We've seen Em vent his frustrations on songs like "Fall," so its good to see new generation voices like Joyner Lucas put some respect on the legend's name.
https://www.hotnewhiphop.com/joyner-...ews.62975.html


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvSItvjFE1c

[MERIT] 11-02-2018 08:04 PM

Got into an argument with a friend over the word "n*gger."

I saw a video on Facebook of a white dude and a black dude arguing. The white guy was in his car, in the drivers seat. The black guy was outside shouting at him. The white guy rolled up his window to end the argument and the black dude kicked the window in, sending shattered glass into the face of the white guy, then proceeded to assault him. Then the white guy called him a n*gger.

I said that if a dude kicks in your window and assults you, you're well within your right to call him any damn thing you want to. My friend called me a racist.

He told me I need to listen to Joyner Lucas' song "I'm Not Racist." I told him that he needs to watch the music video for his song "Ross Capicchioni," where a black guy lures a white guy into an abandoned lot and shoots him with a shotgun as a gang innitiation.

He told me that black people don't do that; that only white supremacists do things like that. He watched the first half of the video, then refused to watch the rest, saying that it was bias against blacks and only represented a skewed view of the story, which was a true story.

Frownland 11-02-2018 09:12 PM

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Originally Posted by [MERIT] (Post 2011511)
I said that if a dude kicks in your window and assults you, you're well within your right to call him any damn thing you want to. My friend called me a racist.

Gee I wonder why he would say that.

[MERIT] 11-02-2018 09:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Frownland (Post 2011522)
Gee I wonder why he would say that.

So if someone assaults you, they don't have a verbal barrage coming their way, which may include racial slurs? I guess it would be better to just shoot them? I'd rather be called a n*gger than get shot.

If someone assaults me, I'm well within my right to call them whatever the f*ck I want.

Frownland 11-02-2018 09:36 PM

If that's your go to then that's a 95% chance of you being racist.


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