Who's The Hottest Rapper In Atlanta?

AggyAFAggyAF in the PPM ThreadPosts: 26,257 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited February 2013 in The Reason
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  • Davis eyebrowDavis eyebrow Posts: 518 ✭✭✭✭
    Trinidad James the GOAT
    Jeremyiahest83
  • lamontbdclamontbdc Posts: 16,444 ✭✭✭✭✭
    what's up with the grub at mr everything niggas coming out that junt with big bags
  • Cutler 26 INT's LOL!Cutler 26 INT's LOL! Posts: 6,238 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • loch121loch121 Posts: 10,547 ✭✭✭✭✭
    lamontbdc wrote: »
    what's up with the grub at mr everything niggas coming out that junt with big bags

    Shit is good

  • loch121loch121 Posts: 10,547 ✭✭✭✭✭
    TI is always the winner of this unless they give me a deal

    if by hot they mean popular I'm going w/ 2 Chainz.he's more popular than Future
  • The RecipeThe Recipe Posts: 3,957 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Moral of the story ATL is #WINNING.
  • TurfaholicTurfaholic This dick aint freeeee #scumbag The Bay 2 Sin CityPosts: 11,083 ✭✭✭✭✭
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.
    Wild Self
  • P. TownP. Town Posts: 26,117 ✭✭✭✭✭
    I don't know about in Atlanta, but I know the folks from Atlanta making the most noise here are Future, Scooter, and Rich Homie Quan.
  • P. TownP. Town Posts: 26,117 ✭✭✭✭✭
    If Rich Homie Quan is even considered a rapper
  • MR.CJMR.CJ Posts: 52,063 ✭✭✭✭✭
    ptowndonte wrote: »
    If Rich Homie Quan is even considered a rapper

    That differences song go hard

  • Ear2DaStEar2DaSt Posts: 7,463 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • 32DaysOfInfiniti32DaysOfInfiniti Posts: 3,525 ✭✭✭✭✭
    A.Tone Da Priest
  • luke1733luke1733 Posts: 861 ✭✭✭
    Dre3000 is the best rapper, but he ain't never done a solo rap cd so he can never be or beat TI.
  • Monizzle14Monizzle14 Posts: 11,372 ✭✭✭✭✭
    2000's school ATL >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    last decade ATL was at its peak the end of so so def outkast dropped speakerbox, killer mike. TIP, lil scrappy jeezy in his prime, lil john and the easide. Modern day atlanta wack, suspect and too popish. Also big boy and 3 stacks being lame and not reuniting.

    I still fucks with Trinidad James mixtape doe
  • DJ Pauls ArmDJ Pauls Arm Posts: 1,878 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yung Teddy
    p-tavern
  • Wild SelfWild Self Posts: 4,226 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.
  • AggyAFAggyAF in the PPM ThreadPosts: 26,257 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    so who will replace ATL in the 2010s?
  • Monizzle14Monizzle14 Posts: 11,372 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2013
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    ATL already fell off its like NYC in 2006 07 era ATL is at its jim jones ballin 50 cent on his Curtis type shit.
  • StiffStiff Posts: 3,628 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    Hell no...in 2004 the only relevant new artists out of New York were G-Unit..New York had already fallen off. Atlanta still killing radio like it has been since early 2000s and hate 'em or love 'em Atlanta keeps coming with new artists.
    OGClarenceBoddicker
  • Billy_PonchoBilly_Poncho Gucci Goggles, That's How The God Do Posts: 17,933 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited February 2013
    Difference between NY and ATL is that ATL can still put songs in the clubs. Besides, all these other regions doing is copying ATL's old shit, ie "drill music." Funny how most of the niggas actually "from" Atlanta picked Future for the most part...
    OGClarenceBoddicker
  • Peezy_JenkinsPeezy_Jenkins Artist/Producer #Hustlin #VegasLights Posts: 16,739 ✭✭✭✭✭
    people always sayin future over 2 chains, i get likin him moreso(although i dont) but how future hotter than a cat wit grammy nods, a gold number one album, appearances on sitcoms/basketball games?
  • Wild SelfWild Self Posts: 4,226 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    so who will replace ATL in the 2010s?

    The Nu-West and the random suburbs of America.
    Monizzle14CottonCitySlimBilly_Poncho
  • Monizzle14Monizzle14 Posts: 11,372 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Stiff wrote: »
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    Hell no...in 2004 the only relevant new artists out of New York were G-Unit..New York had already fallen off. Atlanta still killing radio like it has been since early 2000s and hate 'em or love 'em Atlanta keeps coming with new artists.

    no in 04 jay was feasting off the black album and was selling out arenas, diddy was still relevant as well as mogul, fab had real talk and was buzzing off breathe (even though he threw his career away in later years).
  • AggyAFAggyAF in the PPM ThreadPosts: 26,257 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    so who will replace ATL in the 2010s?

    The Nu-West and the random suburbs of America.

    the West coast has never and prolly will never dominate a decade like NY and ATL has. They'll be hot for a couple of years then fall off
  • OGClarenceBoddickerOGClarenceBoddicker 5 Star Stunna/The Most Offensive Poster In Hell/Inhale NiggaPosts: 4,358 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Monizzle14 wrote: »
    Wild Self wrote: »
    Turfaholic wrote: »
    ATL fell off. Too many clones coming out. Different voice, almost always the same flow, and same subject matter. This coming from a nigga who love ATL music. But if I had to pick somebody I'm going wit Waka. Not based on lyrical ability, but on enjoyment.

    ATL is like what NY was in back in 2004: on the verge of a major fall-off.

    ATL already fell off its like NYC in 2006 07 era ATL is at its jim jones ballin 50 cent on his Curtis type shit.

    Nah bruh they music aint that terrible yet, niggas still makin good music, ny collapsed completely
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