it aint hard 2 tell wrote: »
if you think about it, its not like hip hop is gonna be any worse than it is now!...basically jay-z is like the hip hop pope but the guy is just in the game for show. as a hip hop fan if i were to ask myself the question "what do i get out of hearing jay-z rap?"...the answer is NOTHING AT ALL.
genstasia wrote: »
Well i really dont understand how ppl expect Rappers to Retire. See once your a Rapper your forever Rapper. You could be doing some random shit and bars pop in your head (And if they are hot how can u let them go to waste?). The day when a Rapper truly can stop making music that's how u know his craft was forced. And when u love Hip Hop u can't stop making music and Listenin to Music... even if that means u have to search for the good shit.
West Brooklyn II wrote: »
I think it would be good for hip hop. He should focus on bringing out new young artists from New York so we can have some balance in this new generation
usmarin3 wrote: »
there are no new NY rappers, just a bunch of mixtape rappers who are never gonna blow up. see Papoose, Jae Millz,etc and this is coming from a NY rap fan.
eyes low wrote: »
i wish he would of retired after the black album bc everything after that has been sub par
n.mcfly wrote: »
smh AG was a very dope album i dont understand why people hate on this album
t. webb wrote: »
Can't agree with you on that...Kingdom Come was ass but American Gangsta & BP3 were solid...
kingblaze84 wrote: »
Without Jay, NY would be as relevant in the rap world as Kentucky.