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  • Re: Photos of Kim Kardashian's Fat Ass Dumper

    usmarin3 wrote: »
    I might catch hell for this but what's so bad about Kim Kardashian.

    1. She made a sextape with her BOYFRIEND at the time
    2. She comes from money so you can't say she was chasing money.
    3. She seems to come from an opened minded family who is tolerant
    4. She turned a bad situation (porno) into something positive (a business and brand).


    I just don't see why she get flack like that. I understand she has no talent but neither did Marylin Monroe and others in history.

    She catches flack because she has no talent and is blocking the light from those who do have talent...
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  • Re: Whats tha weakest song on illmatic?

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  • Re: The Official 2014-2015 College Football Thread

    OU vs Tenneessee

    Texas Tech vs Arkansas

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  • Re: The Hell? WorldStarHipHop...The Movie (Get Ready Niggas Will Be Yelling World Star In The Theatre)

    It's Entertainment...
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  • Re: You know what 50's main problem is musically?

    MoneyLuver wrote: »
    MoneyLuver wrote: »
    Time to face facts...50 only blew because of Em, Dre, and the machine pushing his music...50 sounds like ass crack as an emcee and his personality is non existent....50 was just in the right place at the right time...kinda like a lucky nigga who bought the winning powerball ticket..

    Yeah u could argue that but when 50 came on the scene it was really only him and Lil' Jon who were giving the people that trill hardcore (on a Mainstream level) when everybody was doin their best Ja Rule & LL Cool J impression.


    50 bridged the gap between grimy Hip Hop and bubble gum Hip Hop. Nobody else besides Lil' Jon was doin that at that time. Not on that type of level with that kind of influence, and it was natural. Even the original Death Row clan was starting to really venture out and polish their sound and imagine to make them more Commercially Acceptable

    People keep saying 50 brought grimy back to Hip Hop but his biggest hits are "In Da Club" "P.I.M.P" "21 Questions" and "Just A Lil Bit"... Nothing grimy bout those songs...and for the record...Kool G Rap, Scarface, etc were still making grimy gangsta music..you just didn't hear it on the radio...

    And all those records were "harder" than most of the other shit being put out at that time (on the "big stage").


    Face & G Rap were underground so they don't count, same with Three 6 and a couple other niggaz who had the Street Fame but no Mainstream Support.


    The Industry was different back then. They were still playing "catch up" with Napster even tho by then Napster was played out

    Let me school you a lil youngin...Scarface and G. Rap got radio play back in the 90's...they were considered mainstream at the time...not underground...regardless what everyone else was puttin out...those 50 hit songs were nit grimy...
    MoneyLuver wrote: »
    Time to face facts...50 only blew because of Em, Dre, and the machine pushing his music...50 sounds like ass crack as an emcee and his personality is non existent....50 was just in the right place at the right time...kinda like a lucky nigga who bought the winning powerball ticket..

    Yeah u could argue that but when 50 came on the scene it was really only him and Lil' Jon who were giving the people that trill hardcore (on a Mainstream level) when everybody was doin their best Ja Rule & LL Cool J impression.


    50 bridged the gap between grimy Hip Hop and bubble gum Hip Hop. Nobody else besides Lil' Jon was doin that at that time. Not on that type of level with that kind of influence, and it was natural. Even the original Death Row clan was starting to really venture out and polish their sound and imagine to make them more Commercially Acceptable

    People keep saying 50 brought grimy back to Hip Hop but his biggest hits are "In Da Club" "P.I.M.P" "21 Questions" and "Just A Lil Bit"... Nothing grimy bout those songs...and for the record...Kool G Rap, Scarface, etc were still making grimy gangsta music..you just didn't hear it on the radio...

    Yeah but his grimy tracks didnt get played on radio either.your argument falls short there

    Also him bullying top tier artists when he was debuting was grimy as fuck.and he got shot

    Who did 50 bully? Didn't Ghostface throw that nigga down a flight of stairs?...my point was there were cats still making grimy records when 50 came out..
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