posted Monday March 25, 2013 at 06:00AM PST | 24 comments
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here is a great video
fuck these chumps. get out of rap
Not bad..not bad at all build that audience up again Tyga
Be paid weekly and earn like a boss. I just bought a great Chrysler, from earning $9844 this last 4 weeks and $10k last month. Its by far the easiest and without any doubt the most financially rewarding job I've ever had. I actually started ten months ago, and practically, straight away got at least $81p/h! This is what I do Rich45.cm
ZION I - THE BAY
PERFECT VERSES, WORST HOOK
I WANT DOPE RECORDS
BUY RECORDS AND THE QUALITY WILL GO UP
EMINEM COULD BRING BACK RAP
THOW BLACK THOUGHT ON HIS ALBUM TO
TIME TO MAKE REAL HIPHOP
i thnk kendrick lamar was the last hope of the real mainstream
to bad he did the same as every one else
EVERY ONE SELLS OUT/ CHANGES
Kendrick didn't actually sell out (although he has been pretty commercial as of late with shit like "Fuckin' Problems"). He just found a nice marketing tactic with the backing of Interscope and Dre, along with the support of his fans. However, I will say that one good, successful new rapper is just not enough to turn things around for the better.
When Illmatic and Enter the 36 Chambers dropped nearly 2 decades ago, they resurrected the East Coast and more classics just kept on coming. At the same time, West Coast dropped nice classics such as Doggystyle as well. Honestly, I haven't seen anything change when Good Kid, Mad City dropped. Just the same bullshit that's been going on for years.
Kendrick Lamar is the Adele of Hip Hop (meaning he's one of the very few mainstream artists worth listening to since everyone else is seahorse semen).
Are you retarded? I bet you're not a real fan, you havent heard K.Dot five years ago. He never changed (so far). SMH.
what do you mean by sell out? He never gave up what he believed in for money or popularity..he raps about the same shit as 5 years ago.
how exactly did he sell out? he did great numbers and had only 2 real mainstream sounding songs which were still good and he had excellent critical reviews, pretty much unheard of for a freshman hip hop artist.
this is comparable to Vanilla Ice's "I Love You"
I would take Vanilla Ice over Tyga.