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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Thu May 21, 2009 2:41 am

I think Relapse is Eminem's best album yet, but Encore is a very close second. Why do you like The Eminem Show more than Encore, gh05tf0x?
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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Sun May 24, 2009 3:48 am

The Eminem Show has more meaning where Encore is more of a joke album, not as in bad, just not serious. It get's destroyed lyrically by Eminem Show.

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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Mon Jun 01, 2009 6:05 am

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For relating life problems, events, or just need a good album to listen too. Eminem can do that.

As for smoking all day every day and postin it on your stoop/porch drink a 40oz, listening to Snoop Dogg sets the mood just right.

I missed your post somehow, Smokey. I agree on both points.

Interesting thing though. I am fairly heavily affected, mood wise, by music. Listening to depressing music can make me feel like shit pretty fast. The idea of listening to that kind of music while already feeling like shit, to 'relate' to it, would just make me feel even shittier. Do you guys feel better when you do this, or do you do it to just kind of wallow in sadness?
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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Mon Jun 01, 2009 6:23 am

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'relate' to it

It actually does make me feel better because it makes me feel like I'm not the only one and I'm not insane. Like some people actually know what the fuck they are talking about. That's why Underground and True Hip-Hop are great, because they are insane lyrically compared to all the mainstream/club bangers where they just have a good hook, couple lines, and repeat. Not that those are bad, they just can't be compared music-wise, it takes way more talent to make a song that can make someone think.

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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Mon Jun 01, 2009 7:26 am

Hmm. I suppose. I've never felt, while feeling like shit over something, like it was insane or unique for me to be upset by that thing.

Also, any song that uses the word "shorty" to mean anything but "child" is almost definitely fucking garbage.
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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Mon Aug 03, 2009 6:52 pm

I believe that Nas is the best rapper (still alive) of all time, if you look at the historical aspects the majority of other rappers copied his style and lyrics into their raps, except with one exception, they made it easier to understand to the masses. But if you look at what he is sayin, and all the metaphors (which most people whom have not been through the hood could not understand) then I would say he is the greatest, a good example of this is Nas-The Message (It Was Written)... If you need more examples then just ask. If it were not for the style which highly paralleled the streets, wanna be hood niggaz like Jay-Z would still be rappin the same bullshit at a 100 bars a minute, or rather I should say, he wouldn't be because no body knew the nigga. He def still reps the streets after 15 years in the game, he has never sold out, but he gets lil recognition. The nice thing, is that the only thing that changes, is his goals and how he hopes to touch the hood (or the world) with his lyrics. I know there are other good rappers out there for other reasons, but if you take things from the street point of view, this is how the equation works
all others-Nas=Pwned
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PostSubject: Re: Best Hip-Hop Albums of all time.   Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:22 pm

It's been a while since I've actually listened to Nas, but what I remember of him, I'm honestly not that big of a fan. He's is fantastic lyrically, and I actually have a good amount of his songs still on my iPod, but I just don't care for most of the subject matter. I remember him rapping a lot about being a Black Man, Racism, and the word Nigger a lot. He came off too much as one of those guys that supports reparations or something.

I could be wrong, again, it's been a loOong time, my memories of him just aren't good ones.

Regardless: Nas>Jay-Z

I like some Jay-Z stuff, but for the most part, I don't get that guy either, way over hyped.

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