Better Diss on 1.30.16 Meek vs Drake (WWE 2k16 Match inside)

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  • gee757gee757 Posts: 25,247
    xxCivicxx wrote: »
    You clearly care, you're trying to derail too. This has nothing to do with Ross, he writes his own bars to my knowledge

    I dont believe most of the shit I hear from most rappers

    I DO believe that rappers are supposed to write their own raps, regardless of subject matter

    Rap is gonna go the way of rock/blues/jazz/country but I guess niggas don't care at all smh

    This shit is scary especially when a rapper like meek mill is getting crucified 4 exposing a milli vanilli poser rapper like drizzy smh.......hip hop is hip pop now
    SionxxCivicxx
  • The_JackalThe_Jackal Posts: 3,564 ✭✭✭✭✭
    xxCivicxx wrote: »
    The_Jackal wrote: »
    blackrain wrote: »
    The_Jackal wrote: »
    The funny thing is majority of niggas say Ludacris cheated by having that promoter let him hear TI verse on Stomp but now shit is all good

    never heard this on the ic

    or at all in general

    Nah that's been discussed before. Some do think Luda won that battle because he got to hear TI verse then respond on the same song. Though Luda does go hard at him on a couple of his intro tracks

    luda would of destroyed him regardless tho

    Nah I agree with that just saying niggas been saying Luda "cheated" but all of a sudden for meek it's all good. Niggas are like sandals flip flop everyday

    Why are you trying to derail?

    What are you even talking about??

    How am I derailing it and it's on topic read my pervious post. Niggas said Luda cheated by hearing TI verse first on Stomp but Meek hears drake verse and directly replys to it and now niggas saying it's all good? Shit crazy
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 42,287 Regulator
    Drake - 'Summer Sixteen'
    xxCivicxx wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    LOOLOLOOLOLOLOLOL shit like this is why I wish we could up the old threads that were lost during the meltdown. When Rick Ross got exposed niggas were up in arms about how he was a CO and a fake. People were really shocked to find out he didn't sell all those kilos or meet the real Noreaga LOLOLOL. Today, it's "Rick Ross beat 50 Cent because he out lasted him and is hot in the streets".

    I'm not excusing that Drake had a writer write a rap record but people obviously don't give a fuck. McGwire, Bonds, A-Rod I'm sure sleep comfortably in their multi-million dollar mansions, with 30 cars and a 100 yamps to satisfy their every desire. Rap is entertainment and Drake won't be the last person we come to find out uses writers. The younger generation I assure you is not going to give a fuck as long as it sounds good.

    You clearly care, you're trying to derail too. This has nothing to do with Ross, he writes his own bars to my knowledge

    I dont believe most of the shit I hear from most rappers

    I DO believe that rappers are supposed to write their own raps, regardless of subject matter

    Rap is gonna go the way of rock/blues/jazz/country but I guess niggas don't care at all smh

    If Drake should be accountable and take responsibility for faking the funk and passing off that record as if it were his own when it was co-written by Quentin Miller, then Rick Ross should be too for stealing Freeway Ricky Ross' entire persona and passing it off as his own.


    It prolly will because it's no longer exclusive to us anymore. They made a thread in the GNS about white chicks dancing to black music perpetuating black culture. In 10 years, the concept of rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop, fuckin Taylor Swift is doing it in songs, Rita Ora & Kim K could pass for Puerto Rican, white kids are rocking jays and sagging their pants. It is what it is....

    bck145xxCivicxx
  • gee757gee757 Posts: 25,247
    Sion wrote: »
    xxCivicxx wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    LOOLOLOOLOLOLOLOL shit like this is why I wish we could up the old threads that were lost during the meltdown. When Rick Ross got exposed niggas were up in arms about how he was a CO and a fake. People were really shocked to find out he didn't sell all those kilos or meet the real Noreaga LOLOLOL. Today, it's "Rick Ross beat 50 Cent because he out lasted him and is hot in the streets".

    I'm not excusing that Drake had a writer write a rap record but people obviously don't give a fuck. McGwire, Bonds, A-Rod I'm sure sleep comfortably in their multi-million dollar mansions, with 30 cars and a 100 yamps to satisfy their every desire. Rap is entertainment and Drake won't be the last person we come to find out uses writers. The younger generation I assure you is not going to give a fuck as long as it sounds good.

    You clearly care, you're trying to derail too. This has nothing to do with Ross, he writes his own bars to my knowledge

    I dont believe most of the shit I hear from most rappers

    I DO believe that rappers are supposed to write their own raps, regardless of subject matter

    Rap is gonna go the way of rock/blues/jazz/country but I guess niggas don't care at all smh

    If Drake should be accountable and take responsibility for faking the funk and passing off that record as if it were his own when it was co-written by Quentin Miller, then Rick Ross should be too for stealing Freeway Ricky Ross' entire persona and passing it off as his own.


    It prolly will because it's no longer exclusive to us anymore. They made a thread in the GNS about white chicks dancing to black music perpetuating black culture. In 10 years, the concept of rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop, fuckin Taylor Swift is doing it in songs, Rita Ora & Kim K could pass for Puerto Rican, white kids are rocking jays and sagging their pants. It is what it is....

    Smh@ the bold throw woodface up there 2 then cuz he ain't the real 50......& we r talking bout writing ya own raps not who is real & who is fake
    xxCivicxx
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 42,287 Regulator
    edited February 2016
    Drake - 'Summer Sixteen'
    gee757 wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    xxCivicxx wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    LOOLOLOOLOLOLOLOL shit like this is why I wish we could up the old threads that were lost during the meltdown. When Rick Ross got exposed niggas were up in arms about how he was a CO and a fake. People were really shocked to find out he didn't sell all those kilos or meet the real Noreaga LOLOLOL. Today, it's "Rick Ross beat 50 Cent because he out lasted him and is hot in the streets".

    I'm not excusing that Drake had a writer write a rap record but people obviously don't give a fuck. McGwire, Bonds, A-Rod I'm sure sleep comfortably in their multi-million dollar mansions, with 30 cars and a 100 yamps to satisfy their every desire. Rap is entertainment and Drake won't be the last person we come to find out uses writers. The younger generation I assure you is not going to give a fuck as long as it sounds good.

    You clearly care, you're trying to derail too. This has nothing to do with Ross, he writes his own bars to my knowledge

    I dont believe most of the shit I hear from most rappers

    I DO believe that rappers are supposed to write their own raps, regardless of subject matter

    Rap is gonna go the way of rock/blues/jazz/country but I guess niggas don't care at all smh

    If Drake should be accountable and take responsibility for faking the funk and passing off that record as if it were his own when it was co-written by Quentin Miller, then Rick Ross should be too for stealing Freeway Ricky Ross' entire persona and passing it off as his own.


    It prolly will because it's no longer exclusive to us anymore. They made a thread in the GNS about white chicks dancing to black music perpetuating black culture. In 10 years, the concept of rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop, fuckin Taylor Swift is doing it in songs, Rita Ora & Kim K could pass for Puerto Rican, white kids are rocking jays and sagging their pants. It is what it is....

    Smh@ the bold throw woodface up there 2 then cuz he ain't the real 50......& we r talking bout writing ya own raps not who is real & who is fake

    Exactly, that's the point I'm getting to. Where do we draw then line between entertainment and reality ? At what point do we stop caring and why should it matter if it's for the sake of entertainment ? It prolly shouldn't but yet it does. It's like the guy who refuses to believe wrestling is fake.

    People do it with actors too, most ppl fall in love with the characters they portray and mistake the identity of the character for the actors'. That's partly why typecasting exists or why we respect certain actors more than we should (see Bill Cosby/Cliff Huxtable).

    People live vicariously through the image that's portrayed because they relate to it. Shit like that can be disastrous to say... the kid with no positive influences or good parents to teach them better. It's interesting.

  • TayGettem TayGettem Posts: 6,744 ✭✭✭✭✭
    U niggas don't get it smh.... Tbh Ghostwriting is a necessary evil...can u imagine how many good songs wouldn't be around today if it wasn't for Ghostwriting? What if Eazy never spoke the words Cube wrote? It might not even be a N.W.A or Gangsta rap period.....u niggas bitch and cry for nothing this is MUSIC. It's suppose to make u feel good and enjoy listening....also I've heard QM's other songs he doesn't sound as good as Drake does or have the star personality to make it that's why ghostwriters are around...some niggas write great music but either can't or don't want to perform for shit so others do it for them
  • gee757gee757 Posts: 25,247
    Sion wrote: »
    Exactly, that's the point I'm getting to. Where do we draw then line between entertainment and reality ? At what point do we stop caring and why should it matter if it's for the sake of entertainment ? It prolly shouldn't but yet it does. It's like the guy who refuses to believe wrestling is fake.

    People do it with actors too, most ppl fall in love with the characters they portray and mistake the identity of the character for the actors'. That's partly why typecasting exists or why we respect certain actors more than we should (see Bill Cosby/Cliff Huxtable).

    People live vicariously through the image that's portrayed because they relate to it. Shit like that can be disastrous to say... the kid with no positive influences or good parents to teach them better. It's interesting.

    If u need a ghostwriter n rap u r not a rapper u r a poser point blank period....if Drake would've never claimed 2 b a hip hop great lyrical rapper then it would b all good......but u can't have kats campin n the studio n tents tryna write ya shit & still expect people 2 look @ u as a legit rapper...come on now smh
    sr_the_freshmanSionxxCivicxxLcnsdbyROYALTY
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 42,287 Regulator
    edited February 2016
    Drake - 'Summer Sixteen'
    gee757 wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    Exactly, that's the point I'm getting to. Where do we draw then line between entertainment and reality ? At what point do we stop caring and why should it matter if it's for the sake of entertainment ? It prolly shouldn't but yet it does. It's like the guy who refuses to believe wrestling is fake.

    People do it with actors too, most ppl fall in love with the characters they portray and mistake the identity of the character for the actors'. That's partly why typecasting exists or why we respect certain actors more than we should (see Bill Cosby/Cliff Huxtable).

    People live vicariously through the image that's portrayed because they relate to it. Shit like that can be disastrous to say... the kid with no positive influences or good parents to teach them better. It's interesting.

    If u need a ghostwriter n rap u r not a rapper u r a poser point blank period....if Drake would've never claimed 2 b a hip hop great lyrical rapper then it would b all good......but u can't have kats campin n the studio n tents tryna write ya shit & still expect people 2 look @ u as a legit rapper...come on now smh

    Well that's where the confusion is.... Rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop in 10 years, because like you said it's Hip-Pop now. The elements of pop are going to seep into rap because our music is the dominant art form right now. In pop music it's very common for artists to have songs written (look at the Backstreet Boys or Michael Jackson). Drake started out in rap so by default, the youth are going to say he's a rapper. The purists will never give him that label but history will remember it very differently complete with bias and comparisons especially when he featured and rapped with other rappers. In 10 years will we even be talking about ghostwriters or will it be common place ? By then I suspect we'll say "Hip-Hop is dead" like we did in 08 and the cycle continues. But I'm certain this were the 90s Drake would be extradited with the quickness.


    But like I said, where do we draw the line entertainment and reality ? That's the confusion. To Drake, Rick Ross, 50 Cent, whoever, it's a business - it's the business of music. They don't care as long as they make money off it because having a hit record and feeling good about it is the high they're frequently chasing and they'll get it by any means necessary.
    jee504
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 42,287 Regulator
    Drake - 'Summer Sixteen'
    Iuno yall it's interesting to me fam, every genre EXCEPT rap music, songwriting is extremely common. But in genres outside of rap it's more hated for someone to be found to not be what they talk about than it is for them to find out they didn't write the song. How was Celine Dion in all those relationships when she was married to the same man for nearly 30 years ? Women will gossip about that shit in the tabloids. How could she write songs she never experienced with such detail unlessss.... Yeah the contrast is so interesting.....

    That's a perceptive issue the general public has.
  • gee757gee757 Posts: 25,247
    Sion wrote: »
    Well that's where the confusion is.... Rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop in 10 years, because like you said it's Hip-Pop now. The elements of pop are going to seep into rap because our music is the dominant art form right now. In pop music it's very common for artists to have songs written (look at the Backstreet Boys or Michael Jackson). Drake started out in rap so by default, the youth are going to say he's a rapper. The purists will never give him that label but history will remember it very differently complete with bias and comparisons especially when he featured and rapped with other rappers. In 10 years will we even be talking about ghostwriters or will it be common place ? By then I suspect we'll say "Hip-Hop is dead" like we did in 08 and the cycle continues. But I'm certain this were the 90s Drake would be extradited with the quickness.


    But like I said, where do we draw the line entertainment and reality ? That's the confusion. To Drake, Rick Ross, 50 Cent, whoever, it's a business - it's the business of music. They don't care as long as they make money off it because having a hit record and feeling good about it is the high they're frequently chasing and they'll get it by any means necessary.

    There is no confusion rap is entertainment if u believe everything outta a rappers mouf u r a fool cuz all rappers lie.......now if u call ya self a rapper but u need kats camped out n the studio n tents 2 write ya raps u better not fix ya mouf & say u r n the same league as 1 of the greats.....its real simple this is not science
    The_Jackal
  • internationalinternational Posts: 4,093 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    Sion wrote: »
    Well that's where the confusion is.... Rap isn't going to be exclusive to Hip-Hop in 10 years, because like you said it's Hip-Pop now. The elements of pop are going to seep into rap because our music is the dominant art form right now. In pop music it's very common for artists to have songs written (look at the Backstreet Boys or Michael Jackson). Drake started out in rap so by default, the youth are going to say he's a rapper. The purists will never give him that label but history will remember it very differently complete with bias and comparisons especially when he featured and rapped with other rappers. In 10 years will we even be talking about ghostwriters or will it be common place ? By then I suspect we'll say "Hip-Hop is dead" like we did in 08 and the cycle continues. But I'm certain this were the 90s Drake would be extradited with the quickness.


    But like I said, where do we draw the line entertainment and reality ? That's the confusion. To Drake, Rick Ross, 50 Cent, whoever, it's a business - it's the business of music. They don't care as long as they make money off it because having a hit record and feeling good about it is the high they're frequently chasing and they'll get it by any means necessary.

    There is no confusion rap is entertainment if u believe everything outta a rappers mouf u r a fool cuz all rappers lie.......now if u call ya self a rapper but u need kats camped out n the studio n tents 2 write ya raps u better not fix ya mouf & say u r n the same league as 1 of the greats.....its real simple this is not science
    lmaooooo, but ´´you can fix ya mouth to say that you were one of the biggest drug dealers ever, yet quite to the contrary you were law enforcement, or claim you a tough guy and a gangster and cry in court´´?!!smh, gotta love the length some of yall go to discredit others and in the same breath try and manipulate the rulers for others, smh
    SionLcnsdbyROYALTYjee504
  • SionSion Moderator, Legion of Trill, AHH Content Producer, AHH Editor Posts: 42,287 Regulator
    Drake - 'Summer Sixteen'
    AggyAF wrote: »

    Yeah his son handles his social media, but there might be others.

    Jazz Cartier dope af btw
    iKingGodGivBizRickyRich
  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz What title? Posts: 28,835 Regulator
    Meek Mill - 'War'
    WWE 2K16: Drake vs Meek Mill (No i did not make this you faggot ass sucka)
    genocidecutter
  • iKingGodGivBiziKingGodGivBiz What title? Posts: 28,835 Regulator
    Meek Mill - 'War'
    WWE 2K16: Drake vs Meek Mill

    Full vid
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