December 17th 2008
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Imagine this, you get an email asking if you would like to interview Big Daddy Kane.
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rakim would have destroyed bdk if you get a chance you can read what they wrote and then tell the diff its like driving a benz or a bmw both are nice but the benz name is a lil better because of the things that come standard. rakim is the standard bdk is a bad copy. he was good, not great. not better than Rakim G rap KRS Chuck D and LL during that era. just because you make a hit doesnt mean you are the best. hiphop is about lyrics from an emcee side of things. KRS said "i dont rhyme like kane boy i'll freestyle 3 styles meanwhile your looking ignorant."