1. SkiriTheGerm avatar

    On Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 5:28 PM, SkiriTheGerm said:

    This is what it is. Everything that hip-hop represents is much more than an evolution. The Game has changed with all this bullshit that be out there, but that's just one side. The other side of change comes from the real, comes from truth, which is what hip-hop is; a TRUTH. It's crazzy how it's getting to this point where niqqas is actually waking up from the 'Hard Knock Life and actually standing up to live it. Living real and recognizing whats real in this fake ass world. 'Life is Good, and it'll only get better, thanks to real niqqas like Nas, that does more then spittin on records. He throws his soul to his music, so we can feel what's going on. This is an evolution, but more of a revolutionary action and i'm moving to it. Who esle movin?

  2. Favyana Nurayea avatar

    On Fri, Jun 8, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Favyana Nurayea said:

    Word Bravebird973 WOW!!!!! Well said!, I wholeheartedly agree.I mean a lot of this crap that's on the shelves is not now, nor should IT EVER BE considered Hip hop. Furthermore,I want nothing to do with anything that the Government has their """hooves""" in....... like FOX NEWS for starters, and FAR too many other things to even name. it is truly a shame however, to witness the direction of which Hip hop is being forced,/ pushed. To answer SLYBEGONE, I mean yes i think that the Daddy Kane, Rakim, MC Shan ,Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud, Kool G raps (to name only a few), fan base probably did look upon some of those newer artist in that time, as we are looking now lol. Lord Knows im wondering what's going on lol. I refuse though to accept it as musically evolving. I mean commercially? perhaps....but for someone who was born and raised on R&B, and hip hop, Accepting blandness as musical evolution is going to be very hard to swallow.

  3. bravebird973 avatar

    On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 11:16 PM, bravebird973 said:

    Its Propaganda like our government. Its about control and money, commerce. "I will bring you Nicki M she sells out. Commercial rap is easy and gets a quick buck! Change your image up and sing this song this way, its easy. Our Eric B & Rakim's Big Daddy Kane's will never be another alike. It was extremely hard for them they had to come correct come from the soul or go home. That's Hip HOp!! When Nas came out with Hip Hop is Dead" I nearly passed out literally. Let the truth be told. Wow! sacrificing yourself for an image is a sellout. Oh well! Nas stands to prove that's bullshyt and wasted energy!! Watch what else he does... Smart man.

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