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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooterpoot View Post
    I bet you folks complaining think Sam Hunt is a dude.
    Hahahaha nice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    This is rap:

    Is this a joke? I like Dre as much as the next guy, but this was the most embarrassing point in Dre's career. Ring ding dong ringa ding ding ding dong.

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    Last edited by PSYCHO(thesis)DEFENSE; 01-09-2018 at 11:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeardoMSU View Post
    Lamar is also from Compton, and is actually extremely knowledgeable and respectful of his musical influences. He samples jazz and blues a ton. Also, as a lyricist, he's pretty much the only guy outside of Emimen that is a "classicist", in terms of being a true M.C.

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    Rap music starting going down hill after The Fat Boys broke up.*

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcain31 View Post
    Defending rap doesn't make a person liberal or a douche
    I agree it just shows they have a bad taste in music.

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    There is more music value in what just Stevie Wonder, Al Green and Smokey Robinson have given us than in all of rap combined. This is true many times over for reggae and gospel. If you have convinced yourself, for whatever reason, that rap is a fine thing, that is your business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Lambert View Post
    I agree it just shows they have a bad taste in music.
    based on what? Your standard? Are you the music police here. Nice to meet a fellow officer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg-gone-dawgs View Post
    based on what? Your standard? Are you the music police here. Nice to meet a fellow officer.
    I'm the Commissioner of Police. I even got my badge tattoo on my ass so when I tell singers whose music suck to kiss it they can see it.
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    I was down with "rap" before it was "cool" to dig rap... but that halftime show almost triggered me, made me flee to my safe space, and miss Bammer win their 857th National Championship...

    Fortunately, someone introduced me to the "mute" button on the remote control...
    "It is not courage to resist TUSK; It is courage to accept TUSK."

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    Quote Originally Posted by DawgNamedScuba View Post
    My black card may get revoked but I hate Kendrick and I hate Drake even more!
    Drake has about 0.001% of the artistic ability and creativity of Kendrick. To pimp a butterfly is an avant garde jazz album with rapping over it. Easily one of the most artistic mainstream albums of the last 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fader21 View Post
    Dr. Dre, Warren G, Tupac, Snoop. Those are rappers. Not Lamar. But honestly I quit listening to music like 4 years ago. I can?t tell you a hit song in any genre on today?s charts.
    I mean, only 13 year olds care about chart topping songs. I listen to new music daily, probably average seeing more than a live performance per week, and 99.99% of it never even sniffs the charts.

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    If you wondered what is wrong/happened to our young people.... If you don't know NOW, after that crap during half-time last night, then you truly need a wake-up call. Teachers put up with this crap and the attitude DAILY..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawgs View Post
    Drake has about 0.001% of the artistic ability and creativity of Kendrick. To pimp a butterfly is an avant garde jazz album with rapping over it. Easily one of the most artistic mainstream albums of the last 5 years.
    This. Great post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mimi's Babies View Post
    If you wondered what is wrong/happened to our young people....
    I'm sure the FBI will start an investigation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TUSK View Post
    I was down with "rap" before it was "cool" to dig rap... but that halftime show almost triggered me, made me flee to my safe space, and miss Bammer win their 857th National Championship...

    Fortunately, someone introduced me to the "mute" button on the remote control...

    Here's a video that will resonate with you, homie. The music which accompanies it, however?...probably not so much....***

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coach34 View Post
    This is rap:

    Ive always wanted to hear this during a game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawgs View Post
    Drake has about 0.001% of the artistic ability and creativity of Kendrick. To pimp a butterfly is an avant garde jazz album with rapping over it. Easily one of the most artistic mainstream albums of the last 5 years.
    I give you that but I am just tried of kendric. When he came to Denver everyone at work talked about it for weeks, I'm burned out!

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