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If Nelly Fathered This NEW Era OF Hip Hop in 00'..who Fathered the 90's?

liteurlzup150liteurlzup150 Posts: 28
edited January 2010 in The Reason
N.W.A?

Wutang?

Public Enemy?

Nas?

Tupac?

Rakim?

who the fuck...
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  • MacOneMacOne Posts: 2,422 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    diddy fathered the 90s.

    No label has rivalled Bad Boy since they dominated

    Eventually the west coast flamed out towards the end while Diddy-style rap continued to grow as a genre

    Diddy paved the way for Jay and Juvie and Cash Money
    FyHunnitCashmoneyDuxmc317Soloman_The_Wise
  • Mr. AJMr. AJ Posts: 1,706 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    NWA hands down because if it wasn't for them niggaz wouldn't have taken the street shit to the level its been. NWA made major hip hop labels embrace more of that uncut raw street shit because they seen the $$$$$$$$$ it generated Where as b4 they had us on some Kid N Play, Salt N Pepa shit.
    internationalSoloman_The_Wise
  • liteurlzup150liteurlzup150 Posts: 28
    edited January 2010
    "Diddy paved the way for Jay and Juvie and Cash Money "

    u really think so bro? i dno man i feel maybe master p lead the way for them u mentioned right there but i could be wrong
    MuhannadSoloman_The_Wise
  • MacOneMacOne Posts: 2,422 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    "Diddy paved the way for Jay and Juvie and Cash Money "

    u really think so bro? i dno man i feel maybe master p lead the way for them u mentioned right there but i could be wrong

    Nah man Diddy and Bad Boy paved the way even Biggie was all about bling/style/women etc and people dont realize it

    Diddy and his followers made it okay to rap about living the high life, No Limit didnt come till later
  • rusty shacklefordrusty shackleford Houston TxPosts: 1,736 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2010
    KRS One with Criminal Minded

    everyone was on some gun talk after that..
    blackblocWild Self
  • MacOneMacOne Posts: 2,422 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    KRS One with Criminal Minded

    everyone was on some gun talk after that..


    KRS one is ugly and irrelevant and has been since the1980s
    blackbloc
  • rusty shacklefordrusty shackleford Houston TxPosts: 1,736 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2010
    MacOne wrote: »
    KRS one is ugly and irrelevant and has been since the1980s
    he's so irrelevant that NWA took to gangsterism after Criminal Minded dropped? doesn't sound irrelevant to me but hey..

    & judging another man's looks is a bit... how do the young people say these days?


















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  • pensivepensive Posts: 23
    edited January 2010
    this new board is giving me headaches.

    I'm not sure if its the post or the white and red.

    how could diddy father the 90's when bad boy started mid 90's?

    rakim krs-one big daddy kane kool g rap slick rick NWA LL cool J

    prolly in that order

    Thats what I would say
  • liteurlzup150liteurlzup150 Posts: 28
    edited January 2010
    pensive wrote: »
    this new board is giving me headaches.

    I'm not sure if its the post or the white and red.

    how could diddy father the 90's when bad boy started mid 90's?

    rakim krs-one big daddy kane kool g rap slick rick NWA LL cool J

    prolly in that order

    Thats what I would say

    Sounds about right i guess
  • ambiguous1ambiguous1 Posts: 1,166 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    who said Nelly fathered the style of hip hop in the 2000's?
    Rubato Garciasoul rattlerGSonII
  • liteurlzup150liteurlzup150 Posts: 28
    edited January 2010
    ambiguous1 wrote: »
    who said Nelly fathered the style of hip hop in the 2000's?

    your mom. but yea following his music everybody in the south went thru and ran with his midwest sound they just added annoying ass sounds.
    soul rattler
  • vageneral08vageneral08 Fuck how ya feel Posts: 19,434 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2010
    ambiguous1 wrote: »
    who said Nelly fathered the style of hip hop in the 2000's?

    exactly I was bout to ask the same question....nelly is a pop artist
  • ambiguous1ambiguous1 Posts: 1,166 ✭✭
    edited January 2010
    your mom. but yea following his music everybody in the south went thru and ran with his midwest sound they just added annoying ass sounds.

    clever... i'm sorry but ur thread is pretty weak. WHen u claim someone fathered the sound of 2000 at least give one example... B/c i dont think he fathered any sound in 2000's...

    and in regards to this brillant post by you... it was the south that ran with his style and added sounds? So if it was just the south that ran with his style, how did he father all of 2000?

    it's 2010 step ur game up
    soul rattler
  • freshb651freshb651 Posts: 8,194 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited January 2010
    um the 90's

    90'-Grand Puba,LL,Cube,Ice-t
    91'-PE,Dr.Dre
    92'-CL Smooth
    93'-Wu,Snoop
    94'-Nas,Big,Pac,
    95-'Big,Pac,Dogg Pound
    96'-Pac,Nas,Big,Fugees
    97'-Puff,Master P,Jay-Z
    98'-Jay,Ma$e,Cash Money Records,Puff
    99'-Jay-Z,Jay-Z,Jay-Z,Jay-Z,Jay-Z
    blackbloc
  • TupacfanTupacfan Posts: 2,426 Regulator
    edited January 2010
    The 90's was poppin, hip hop was very well alive.

    Its so many artists that have contributed to the 90's era though it's just not one..But one that has had a big global world wide impact was the man himself Tupac

    KRS-1 gave birth to the 90's hip hop artists..you got Rakim, Public Enemy, Big daddy kane, NAS, Wu-tang, N.W.A and the list goes on.
  • real_hh_repreal_hh_rep Posts: 1,868 ✭✭✭
    edited January 2010
    NWA followed by Dre ruled the game till mid 90's, when renaissance era of NYC brought creativity back (Nas, AZ, Biggie, Wu Tang, Mobb Deep, Jeru). Then bling-bling era followed.
  • liteurlzup150liteurlzup150 Posts: 28
    edited January 2010
    ambiguous1 wrote: »
    clever... i'm sorry but ur thread is pretty weak. WHen u claim someone fathered the sound of 2000 at least give one example... B/c i dont think he fathered any sound in 2000's...

    and in regards to this brillant post by you... it was the south that ran with his style and added sounds? So if it was just the south that ran with his style, how did he father all of 2000?

    it's 2010 step ur game up

    look jerkyboy u gon tell me that all yaydada souljaboy dj unk etc etc shit doesnt sound like nelly's shit...be serious beavis im not talking about nelly fathered EVERYBODYS STYLE IN THE 00'S BUT HE DID AS FAR AS THE MIDWEST AND THE SOUTH GOES with the exception of t.i, ludacris, outkast, scarface and a few others.. whos shit isnt a bite off nelly's shit? and obviously nellys music is pretty good they just couldnt make it as good so they settled for adding dumbass effects,etc to make it bump meanwhile nelly aint use all that extra shit. keep it funky. "hurr" "dirrty" few other sayings wasnt never heard of b4 nelly came thru also.
    soul rattler
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Bump threads on the first page weak
    Bitch shut your mouth before I fuck it

    I'm still a rap fan, microphone fiend
    An insider like Russell Crowe, behind the scenes
    You can be the hottest MC, literally leave the mic smoking
    No marketing and promotion
    No 106 & Park, no TRL
    Don't kill the messenger homey but don't expect to sell
    Viacom own MTV, VH1
    BET, five labels until BMG
    Merged with Sony, EMI, Universal and WEA
    Only four labels in the music industry bruh
    All radio controlled by two companies
    Just two rap magazines, read between the lines
    Hip-hop used to be the expression of struggle with rhymes
    Corporate monopolized, only certain shit shines
    Only way to get radio and video and blow
    They control what you say, and the images you show
    CNN owned by AOL, own Time Warner
    Trickle down effect of the New World Order
    And you wonder why "Van Gogh" was killed
    Same reason Dead Prez lost they deal, get real
    I spit for the cabbage, grind with a mission
    And put Capitol Records in missionary positions
    Used to love H.E.R. like Common, but then you get signed
    (Behind the Music) now I just fuck the music from behind

    Magazine writers misprint you, take words out of context
    And got the nerve to wonder why I'm vexed
    When I read the publication
    I was like "Damn, was we in the same conversation?"
    This for the rap conniseurs, magazine critics
    Backpackers, rap stars with bullshit gimmicks
    Fans, even the "Stans," the groupies and label executives
    With corporate cards trickin my budget on coochie
    Video chicks sucking dick between takes
    Hoping to get saved, and thanks for the ass shake
    Like Dave Chappelle in "Half Baked," need a backyotomy
    And some of these thugs is into sodomy
    Large print giveth, fine print taketh away
    Your favorite rapper ain't recoup label take it away
    Have a nigga tempted to take an AK, goin postal
    Rap made me loco, hustle bicoastal
    (Why?) Because the West monopolize
    Same ol' niggas tellin the same ol' lies
    L.A. radio, quick to suck out of town dick
    South support they own create international hits
    Out of regional records, East coast create the buzz
    Music capitol of the world, thought it wasn't when it was
    And somehow manage to screw us
    Call West coast gangster rap whack, then sold it back to us...
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  • soul rattlersoul rattler Chief Petty Officer of the Ill Community Naval Command HOOYAHPosts: 18,596 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How are you going to bury weak threads with even more weak threads?
    do you understand what im getting at?? WHAT WHITE PPL THINK, AND WHAT THEY DEFINE THINGS AS IS NOT THE STANDARD YOU SHOULD BE GOING BY. That is of course, if you are not mentally defeated by the complex of white supremacy, where everything whites do is the "right" way, where having straight hair and lightskin is "beautiful" but dark skin and nappy hair is "ugly"
    You're doing it wrong. You take one and really fuck them up; make an example to the other kids. Like grab the small bitch and gouge her eyes out with your thumbs. Then curb stomp her.
    Wiggars

    I'm too militant
    For you shithead crakkka hoes
    I hope you all die
    DMTxTHC32DaysOfInfiniti
  • 32DaysOfInfiniti32DaysOfInfiniti Posts: 4,131 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The 90s where too dynamic to say one person fathered it...
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    antoseeggoldenjaWild Self
  • internationalinternational Posts: 4,159 ✭✭✭✭✭
    yep Nwa def had a hand in ushering the gangsta rap era that was the 90s...
  • antoseegantoseeg Posts: 306 ✭✭✭
    Perhaps nobody fathered the 90's. Some people are capable of independent thought.
    blackbloc
  • DJ Pauls ArmDJ Pauls Arm Posts: 1,973 ✭✭✭✭✭
  • Reggie80Reggie80 Posts: 2,402 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How are you going to bury weak threads with even more weak threads?

    Thought this thread was funny if I bump one everybody commented on no one would say shit
    Bitch shut your mouth before I fuck it

    I'm still a rap fan, microphone fiend
    An insider like Russell Crowe, behind the scenes
    You can be the hottest MC, literally leave the mic smoking
    No marketing and promotion
    No 106 & Park, no TRL
    Don't kill the messenger homey but don't expect to sell
    Viacom own MTV, VH1
    BET, five labels until BMG
    Merged with Sony, EMI, Universal and WEA
    Only four labels in the music industry bruh
    All radio controlled by two companies
    Just two rap magazines, read between the lines
    Hip-hop used to be the expression of struggle with rhymes
    Corporate monopolized, only certain shit shines
    Only way to get radio and video and blow
    They control what you say, and the images you show
    CNN owned by AOL, own Time Warner
    Trickle down effect of the New World Order
    And you wonder why "Van Gogh" was killed
    Same reason Dead Prez lost they deal, get real
    I spit for the cabbage, grind with a mission
    And put Capitol Records in missionary positions
    Used to love H.E.R. like Common, but then you get signed
    (Behind the Music) now I just fuck the music from behind

    Magazine writers misprint you, take words out of context
    And got the nerve to wonder why I'm vexed
    When I read the publication
    I was like "Damn, was we in the same conversation?"
    This for the rap conniseurs, magazine critics
    Backpackers, rap stars with bullshit gimmicks
    Fans, even the "Stans," the groupies and label executives
    With corporate cards trickin my budget on coochie
    Video chicks sucking dick between takes
    Hoping to get saved, and thanks for the ass shake
    Like Dave Chappelle in "Half Baked," need a backyotomy
    And some of these thugs is into sodomy
    Large print giveth, fine print taketh away
    Your favorite rapper ain't recoup label take it away
    Have a nigga tempted to take an AK, goin postal
    Rap made me loco, hustle bicoastal
    (Why?) Because the West monopolize
    Same ol' niggas tellin the same ol' lies
    L.A. radio, quick to suck out of town dick
    South support they own create international hits
    Out of regional records, East coast create the buzz
    Music capitol of the world, thought it wasn't when it was
    And somehow manage to screw us
    Call West coast gangster rap whack, then sold it back to us...
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