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So Melle Mel and Scorpio Have A New Song

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  • DarthRozay
    DarthRozay Members Posts: 20,570 ✭✭✭✭✭
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...
  • Breezy_Kilroy
    Breezy_Kilroy Members Posts: 10,500 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Standardized Slaughter: The Remixes
  • DarthRozay
    DarthRozay Members Posts: 20,570 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    you trolling? in the reason? smh you a donkey poster bruh, what happened to you complaining about the reason being the "nu donkey"? damn gee you were supposed to destroy the donkey posters, not become one!
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97
  • its....JOHN B
    its....JOHN B Members Posts: 19,830 ✭✭✭✭✭
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    I’m going to make a mix one song from everyone in that order
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2017
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????
  • $ineedmoney$
    $ineedmoney$ The bushes is watchin'... Members Posts: 3,627 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2017
    *listens to track*

    ...White boys gone geek off this...
  • Built 4 cuban linx
    Built 4 cuban linx Only Christopher I acknowledge is Wallace At the 36th chamberMembers Posts: 12,285 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
  • Built 4 cuban linx
    Built 4 cuban linx Only Christopher I acknowledge is Wallace At the 36th chamberMembers Posts: 12,285 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2017
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum
  • buttuh_b
    buttuh_b Members Posts: 13,544 ✭✭✭✭✭
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    buttah_b thinks 2nd place >>>being a champion
  • Serious Juice Mayne
    Serious Juice Mayne Sion Guests, Members, Writer, Content Producer Posts: 5,926 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Who mixed this? It's not that bad, the mix sounds off to me for some reason.

    But this 🤬 here. Prof. Griff need to kick him in the chest again for this 🤬


    This 🤬 type hard
  • MECCA1000
    MECCA1000 Members Posts: 2,756 ✭✭✭✭✭
    All the potential Mel had and couldn't parlay it into anything ....... no classic album as part of the group ...... no solid solo career ...... no record label ...... no tv or movie career ..... no endorsements ........ nothing major. Just small things here and there over the years ....... dude still trying to make it in the rap game at dayum near 60 years old smh
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    MECCA1000 wrote: »
    All the potential Mel had and couldn't parlay it into anything ....... no classic album as part of the group ...... no solid solo career ...... no record label ...... no tv or movie career ..... no endorsements ........ nothing major. Just small things here and there over the years ....... dude still trying to make it in the rap game at dayum near 60 years old smh

    Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 is widely regarded as among the most influential hip hop acts. Their biggest single and acknowledged masterpiece "The Message" (1982) is often cited as one of the greatest hip hop songs of all time.

    In 1983, Grandmaster Flash, who never appeared on any of the group's studio recordings, sued Sugar Hill Records for $5 million in unpaid royalties. The royalties dispute split the group, and Melle Mel left, soon followed by Mr. Ness/Scorpio and Cowboy after "White Lines (Don't Don't Do It)" was a hit.

    Grandmaster Flash and his new "Furious Five" had hits with their three albums, which made it to the top fifty of Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, whereas Melle Mel and his group fared better, most notably with the recording of "Beat Street Breakdown", which peaked at #8 in the R&B chart.



    During this period, Melle Mel gained higher success, appearing in Chaka Khan's "I Feel for You", which won the Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance in 1985.




    In 1985, Melle Mel met Quincy Jones at the Grammys, and they began to collaborate for Back on the Block. This led to Mel being featured in the song "Back on the Block", which won him the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 1991. He would pick up an additional Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album in 2002 for his contributions in Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones.

    In 2002 The Message was one of 50 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry, the first hip hop recording ever to receive this honor.

    In 2007 they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, making them the first hip hop group ever to be inducted.
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    edited October 2017
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave

    Ya krazy alot of ny rappers like melle mel & Scorpio was fuking with deathrizzo & was willing to sign after they seen the success a ny 🤬 like Tupac had on the row....... deathrow east was so real puffy was on the phone with some deathrow east ny Kat named unk asking him y r y'all embarrassing bad boy making deathrow east wit suge....& according to puffy bodyguard gene deal unk hung the phone up on puffy cuz him nor bad boy ran NYC & deathrow east was going down til 2pac got murked..

    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please

    Post receipt s or ya a delusional biggie Stan........cuz it's a fact makaveli was the biggest solo rapper n 96..
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum

    [email protected] moving the goal post so I guess we're suppose to compare solo rappers wit groups??? Ya a delusional biggie Stan..
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    Exactly.... deathrow was a nationwide label wit artists from different places across the map like CA, VA, ny, Philly, Chicago & etc......bad boy was just a local ny east coast label n 96 bad boy was not fuking with no deathrow
  • infamous114
    infamous114 Down in Miami where it's warm in the winter. Members, Moderators Posts: 52,202 Regulator
    One autistic, delusional stan calling another a delusional stan lol
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    One autistic, delusional stan calling another a delusional stan lol

    Says the 🤬 ass safaree Stan.....gtfoh!
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave

    Ya krazy alot of ny rappers like melle mel & Scorpio was fuking with deathrizzo & was willing to sign after they seen the success a ny 🤬 like Tupac had on the row....... deathrow east was so real puffy was on the phone with some deathrow east ny Kat named unk asking him y r y'all embarrassing bad boy making deathrow east wit suge....& according to puffy bodyguard gene deal unk hung the phone up on puffy cuz him nor bad boy ran NYC & deathrow east was going down til 2pac got murked..

    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please

    Post receipt s or ya a delusional biggie Stan........cuz it's a fact makaveli was the biggest solo rapper n 96..
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum

    [email protected] moving the goal post so I guess we're suppose to compare solo rappers wit groups??? Ya a delusional biggie Stan..
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    Exactly.... deathrow was a nationwide label wit artists from different places across the map like CA, VA, ny, Philly, Chicago & etc......bad boy was just a local ny east coast label n 96 bad boy was not fuking with no deathrow

    I don't understand what 2Pac and Death Row have to do with this thread.

    Another thing I don't understand is why you're stating that Death Row was the biggest label in 1996. Why are you fixated on 1996?
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    edited October 2017
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave

    Ya krazy alot of ny rappers like melle mel & Scorpio was fuking with deathrizzo & was willing to sign after they seen the success a ny 🤬 like Tupac had on the row....... deathrow east was so real puffy was on the phone with some deathrow east ny Kat named unk asking him y r y'all embarrassing bad boy making deathrow east wit suge....& according to puffy bodyguard gene deal unk hung the phone up on puffy cuz him nor bad boy ran NYC & deathrow east was going down til 2pac got murked..

    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please

    Post receipt s or ya a delusional biggie Stan........cuz it's a fact makaveli was the biggest solo rapper n 96..
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum

    [email protected] moving the goal post so I guess we're suppose to compare solo rappers wit groups??? Ya a delusional biggie Stan..
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    Exactly.... deathrow was a nationwide label wit artists from different places across the map like CA, VA, ny, Philly, Chicago & etc......bad boy was just a local ny east coast label n 96 bad boy was not fuking with no deathrow

    I don't understand what 2Pac and Death Row have to do with this thread.

    Another thing I don't understand is why you're stating that Death Row was the biggest label in 1996. Why are you fixated on 1996?

    Trolling again......
    gee757 wrote: »
    rickmogul wrote: »
    I heard these 2 we're coming here ( VEGAS) a few days ago with some other heads.

    That makes sense especially when melle mell & Scorpio was n the deathrow studio n 96 dissing big on the 1nation album on 'how many shots will it take'



    I think they was going to sign to deathrow east n 96

    If deathrow was so bad y was NY hip hop legends like melle mel & Scorpio; Eric b, big daddy Kane, run dmc & etc fuking wit deathrow n 96??? Deathrow east was real...
  • 5 Grand
    5 Grand Members Posts: 12,869 ✭✭✭✭✭
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave

    Ya krazy alot of ny rappers like melle mel & Scorpio was fuking with deathrizzo & was willing to sign after they seen the success a ny 🤬 like Tupac had on the row....... deathrow east was so real puffy was on the phone with some deathrow east ny Kat named unk asking him y r y'all embarrassing bad boy making deathrow east wit suge....& according to puffy bodyguard gene deal unk hung the phone up on puffy cuz him nor bad boy ran NYC & deathrow east was going down til 2pac got murked..

    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please

    Post receipt s or ya a delusional biggie Stan........cuz it's a fact makaveli was the biggest solo rapper n 96..
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum

    [email protected] moving the goal post so I guess we're suppose to compare solo rappers wit groups??? Ya a delusional biggie Stan..
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    Exactly.... deathrow was a nationwide label wit artists from different places across the map like CA, VA, ny, Philly, Chicago & etc......bad boy was just a local ny east coast label n 96 bad boy was not fuking with no deathrow

    I don't understand what 2Pac and Death Row have to do with this thread.

    Another thing I don't understand is why you're stating that Death Row was the biggest label in 1996. Why are you fixated on 1996?

    Trolling again......
    gee757 wrote: »
    rickmogul wrote: »
    I heard these 2 we're coming here ( VEGAS) a few days ago with some other heads.

    That makes sense especially when melle mell & Scorpio was n the deathrow studio n 96 dissing big on the 1nation album on 'how many shots will it take'



    I think they was going to sign to deathrow east n 96

    If deathrow was so bad y was NY hip hop legends like melle mel & Scorpio; Eric b, big daddy Kane, run dmc & etc fuking wit deathrow n 96??? Deathrow east was real...

    1. Death Row East never existed.

    2. If Death Row East did exist, it would have nothing to do with this thread. The purpose of the thread is to showcase some new music from the earliest rappers.
  • gee757
    gee757 Members Posts: 26,374
    edited October 2017
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave

    Ya krazy alot of ny rappers like melle mel & Scorpio was fuking with deathrizzo & was willing to sign after they seen the success a ny 🤬 like Tupac had on the row....... deathrow east was so real puffy was on the phone with some deathrow east ny Kat named unk asking him y r y'all embarrassing bad boy making deathrow east wit suge....& according to puffy bodyguard gene deal unk hung the phone up on puffy cuz him nor bad boy ran NYC & deathrow east was going down til 2pac got murked..

    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed. Like the whole planet revolved around dude

    Please

    Post receipt s or ya a delusional biggie Stan........cuz it's a fact makaveli was the biggest solo rapper n 96..
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    5 Grand wrote: »
    gee757 wrote: »
    DarthRozay wrote: »
    yo how do you steer this 🤬 into pac/deathrow/big/etc. 96-🤬 ?

    U stewpid Neanderthal I'm trolling 5th since he's fronting like deathrow ain't have the whole map from coast 2coast n 96 on lock...

    Pete Rock and CL Smooth
    Digable Planets
    A Tribe Called Quest
    Gang Starr
    Leaders of the New School
    Redman
    Erick Sermon
    Keith Murray
    Blahzay Blahzay
    The Fugees
    Wu Tang (Method Man, Old 🤬 Bastard, Raekwon, GZA, Ghostface)
    The Gravediggaz
    Notorious BIG
    Craig Mack
    Lost Boys
    De La Soul
    Black Moon
    Smiff N Wesson
    Originoo Gunn Clappazz
    Heltah Skeltah
    Nas
    Jay Z
    Mobb Deep
    MOP
    Fat Joe
    Diamond D
    Lord Finesse
    Big L
    O.C
    Organized Konfusion
    Ill Al Skratch
    Group Home
    Jeru The Damaja
    Akinyele
    Brand Nubian

    And that's just from 94-97

    Nobody on that list was bigger then 2pac n 96 & Alot of those Kat's was gonna b on deathrow east or on the 1nation album...&u claim to hate pac so much but u 🤬 wit people from ny that 🤬 wit makaveli & was riding on big wit him n 96 like melle mel & Scorpio

    The Fugees outsold 2Pac in 96

    Lol a group....ok what solo rapper outsold pac n 96????

    Stop moving the goalpost
    Ain't no 🤬 rappers signing to no damn deathrow with all the 🤬 that was coming out behind the scenes of that label after dre left. 🤬 it's even unclear if Tupac himself actually still wanted to be there. Suge sold him that deathrow east dream so he wouldn't leave
    Tupac stans love the narrative that hip hop from 91-96 was ran by Tupac and no other rapper existed

    Please

    Cosign.

    2Pac stans are on some woulda, coulda, shoulda. Their whole argument is, 'hypothetically if Death Row East existed...'.

    The fact is that Death Row East doesn't exist. It never came to fruition.

    The reality is that after Pac died and Suge went to prison Death Row released one more album thats noteworthy, namely the Makevelli album. Even Snoop bounced.

    The reality is that after Big died Bad Boy continued to sell records. Bad Boy sold 30 million records in 1997 alone;
    According to the RIAA, in 1997, Bad Boy sold over 30 million records in the U.S. alone;

    • Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down (single) – Puff Daddy & Ma$e 4X Platinum
    • Hypnotize (single) – Notorious B.I.G. – Platinum
    • I’ll Be Missing You (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 3X Platinum
    • Its All About The Benjamins (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family - Platinum
    • Been Around The World (single) – Puff Daddy & The Family– 2X Platinum
    • Life After Death (album) – Notorious B.I.G. 10X Platinum
    • No Way Out (album) – Puff Daddy & The Family – 7X Platinum
    • Harlem World (album) – Ma$e – 4X Platinum

    [email protected] moving the goal post so I guess we're suppose to compare solo rappers wit groups??? Ya a delusional biggie Stan..
    buttuh_b wrote: »
    5 Grand thinks Trent Dilfer is better than Dan Marino

    Exactly.... deathrow was a nationwide label wit artists from different places across the map like CA, VA, ny, Philly, Chicago & etc......bad boy was just a local ny east coast label n 96 bad boy was not fuking with no deathrow

    I don't understand what 2Pac and Death Row have to do with this thread.

    Another thing I don't understand is why you're stating that Death Row was the biggest label in 1996. Why are you fixated on 1996?

    Trolling again......
    gee757 wrote: »
    rickmogul wrote: »
    I heard these 2 we're coming here ( VEGAS) a few days ago with some other heads.

    That makes sense especially when melle mell & Scorpio was n the deathrow studio n 96 dissing big on the 1nation album on 'how many shots will it take'



    I think they was going to sign to deathrow east n 96

    If deathrow was so bad y was NY hip hop legends like melle mel & Scorpio; Eric b, big daddy Kane, run dmc & etc fuking wit deathrow n 96??? Deathrow east was real...

    1. Death Row East never existed.

    2. If Death Row East did exist, it would have nothing to do with this thread. The purpose of the thread is to showcase some new music from the earliest rappers.

    Delusional biggie Stan...

    1. Is a muthafukin lie...

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    2. Is ignorant talk cuz I post Ed a 2pac 1nation/deathrow east trak featuring The outlawz minus makaveli & melle mel & Scorpio smashing on biggie & jm n 96 called 'how many shots will it take'

    2pac, deathrow, melle mel & Scorpio all go together wit the thread....
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