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Is Hip Hop Dead?

 
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hip hop and rap have gone the way of the Tap.

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All the music you ever made you stole from us dip shyt!!!
 Quoting: offthahook08


What? Every bit of jigaboo music ever made uses parts of white folks muic throughout the entire song! You afrocentrist fuckers are too stupid to know who stole what.

STFU before I throw your ass off the forum!
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i hope you were joking
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Quite inappropriate for a mod!
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wrong direction....to be pointing.
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Unfortunately its not going anywhere. Hopefuly we get real doom and there is no trace of it left.
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 Quoting: offthahook08


YES

........yoda And, plenty long enough it was.
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It is not dead but it is definitely going through a transition like it did in the 90's. Its crossing all borders and genres and evolving into something more. Its breaking down barriers while maintaining its roots. Not toi be a thread killer, but it is alive and well. I see videos of diferent artist everywhere, most recently Italy, Spain, Turkey not counting the huge Asian swath of artists. Its a good time to be in hp/hp.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1266032


Hip hop is the culture.

Rap is the music.

The purpose is to use it as a platform to share ideas. While the plan has gone awry in regards to most radio songs being about the same trivial garbage, that's not to say it isn't still used for it's initial purpose. The only people who "killed" hip hop are the ones who continue to insist that it's dead.

Most will agree that Pac was\is one of the most respected artists of all time. The reason for it is that he didn't just preach to the choir, but instead, gained fame and exposed a lot of issues in America at the time. He's brought more attention to the existence of the Illuminati (or whatever you wish to call the proverbial PTB) than the combined efforts of everyone on GLP.
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CHURCH YALL!

Low frequency noise for low frequency beings.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1404507


Hate to break it to ya fam, but you played yourself.


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CUT THE LIGHT BEFORE I BLIND KIDS..-ATMA
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Hip-Hop was the music that inspired all sorts of people to better themselves and remember themselves Kool Moe Dee "knowledge is king' and "funke wisdom".
Eric B and Rakim "Follow the Leader" was great times for hip hop in the late eighties and early ninety's.
But the dream faded as did the "South" and as the rise gangsta crap emerged and no listened to Charles Heston as he warned the share holders of the repercussions of just seeing dollars in the music and the destruction of all things good in many communities.
Now just listening to the gangsta crap there is a lot of garbage in it designed to bring the types (idiots) to it in to variable states of hypnotism, aggression seems to rise.
A friend said to me "That you never let others rent space in your head", just think it has been known for years disney is the worst at subliminals visual and layered crap in the music ( worst sort of fairy-tail existence no kid would really want) and the gangsta crap is the perfect example of mind-fucking a generation or 2 of their inheritance and what their elders fought for.
But hey everyone has a musical taste and preference of music for me is the stuff where real creativity exists.
Listen carefully to the music and most of the words spoken by illiterates has no meaning because of the lack of learning involved in the individuals.
"Life without thought is no life at all"
Graceless and Skeptical as hell!!!
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Like I said:

God I hope so, never heard such shit in my life, that some people dared call music...All computer generated crap, no body plays an instrument.

Can they compare to the endless list of musicians in the 60's who spent countless hours practicing as kids.

And notice all the super groups from the 70's are still known and loved...Even the way they dressed...What will rap dudes look like in 50 yrs...Baggy ass pants and all...No one will even remember rap!!!


For example:


The song "Since I've been loving you, by LZ.

Also

The base player for the trammps, just watch him play bass on disco inferno.



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Midwestmiddlemang

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Like I said:

God I hope so, never heard such shit in my life, that some people dared call music...All computer generated crap, no body plays an instrument.

Can they compare to the endless list of musicians in the 60's who spent countless hours practicing as kids.

And notice all the super groups from the 70's are still known and loved...Even the way they dressed...What will rap dudes look like in 50 yrs...Baggy ass pants and all...No one will even remember rap!!!


For example:


The song "Since I've been loving you, by LZ.

Also

The base player for the trammps, just watch him play bass on disco inferno.



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446

I don't beg to differ. I demand it!
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I live life like a walk in the park. I take it as it come change starts in the heart. -MC_Surreal

it will be remembered yo!

Broaden you horizon please don't by into stereotypes. Your better then that that is why your on here!

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Like I said:

God I hope so, never heard such shit in my life, that some people dared call music...All computer generated crap, no body plays an instrument.

Can they compare to the endless list of musicians in the 60's who spent countless hours practicing as kids.

And notice all the super groups from the 70's are still known and loved...Even the way they dressed...What will rap dudes look like in 50 yrs...Baggy ass pants and all...No one will even remember rap!!!


For example:


The song "Since I've been loving you, by LZ.

Also

The base player for the trammps, just watch him play bass on disco inferno.



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446


I wont beg to differ. I demand it! YO, don't buy into stereotypes. please your better then that. i know it.



CHANGE STARTS IN THE HEART!
"The circumstances of ones birth are irrelevant. It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are."

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God I hope so, never heard such shit in my life, that some people dared call music...All computer generated crap, no body plays an instrument.

Can they compare to the endless list of musicians in the 60's who spent countless hours practicing as kids.

And notice all the super groups from the 70's are still known and loved...Even the way they dressed...What will rap dudes look like in 50 yrs...Baggy ass pants and all...No one will even remember rap!!!


For example:


The song "Since I've been loving you, by LZ.

Also

The base player for the trammps, just watch him play bass on disco inferno.



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446


It's funny you can hate all you want but this man below is the fastest Artist EVER to reach platinum status. Sold 1million in 4HOURS!!! Now what do you have to say??

People also hold this man up there with the likes of John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix, and Bob Marley.

Live performance feature live instrumentals. How often do you see that with hip hop?


Who he was as a human being. (For the racists out there)


Btw I'm white...
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If you can't relate to this your a 1%er shape shifting prick.

PEACE
"The circumstances of ones birth are irrelevant. It is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are."

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not hate...Just can't call it music...Now you could call it dialog with a heavy bass, but not music.


God I hope so, never heard such shit in my life, that some people dared call music...All computer generated crap, no body plays an instrument.

Can they compare to the endless list of musicians in the 60's who spent countless hours practicing as kids.

And notice all the super groups from the 70's are still known and loved...Even the way they dressed...What will rap dudes look like in 50 yrs...Baggy ass pants and all...No one will even remember rap!!!


For example:


The song "Since I've been loving you, by LZ.

Also

The base player for the trammps, just watch him play bass on disco inferno.



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8407446


It's funny you can hate all you want but this man below is the fastest Artist EVER to reach platinum status. Sold 1million in 4HOURS!!! Now what do you have to say??

People also hold this man up there with the likes of John Lennon, Johnny Cash, Jim Morrison, Jimmy Hendrix, and Bob Marley.

Live performance feature live instrumentals. How often do you see that with hip hop?


Who he was as a human being. (For the racists out there)


Btw I'm white...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17679012
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Let us pray that it is so.
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Too funny! You got me
“Expectations are the root of all heartache”
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I sure as help hope so! That faggy ass shit needs to be purged from existence.
 Quoting: Chip


All the music you ever made you stole from us dip shyt!!!
 Quoting: offthahook08


What? Every bit of jigaboo music ever made uses parts of white folks muic throughout the entire song! You afrocentrist fuckers are too stupid to know who stole what.

STFU before I throw your ass off the forum!
 Quoting: Chip


chuckle Love it.
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As far as i'm concerned hiphop never lived.
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Beast 1333 and a select few are true hip-hop, his lyrical talent is above anyone, and his songs are all trying to show us the truth, in a GLP type way.



"IF PUN WAS ALIVE AND BREATHING, NO DRINKING TO WEEZY, EVEN IF BIGGIE WAS HERE AND BOPPIN, NO NICKI MINAJ'S ROCKIN, IF PAC WAS ALIVE AND WALKIN, THERE WOULD BE NO WACKA FLOCKA, WHAT HAPPENED TO FAT JOE, HIS RHYMES USED TO BE PROPER."

Some real hip-hop right here, listen to this song and tell me it isnt good for our kids to listen to. These are the words they need to here.

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Haha rock on Sweden I posted Beast1333 also before I saw your reply. Much respect to him and KRS One.
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The future of hip hop and rap is outside the ghetto. The first examples where Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Now you have talented artists that are Asian, White, Jewish and Latin. There are artists such as Vanilla Ice, Eminem, Pitbull and the ever loveable PSY.

Hell, Debbie Harry was singing hip hop back in 1981. Her video for Rapture was the first hip hop/rap video on MTV.

Last Edited by Mister_Worlwide on 12/05/2012 11:40 AM
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Hip Hop is definitely dead. The calibre of acts today is absolutely shit. I wouldnt be caught dead listening to it. I prefer the oldies as opposed to the new crap that is out there today..
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The future of hip hop and rap is outside the ghetto. The first examples where Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Now you have talented artists that are Asian, White, Jewish and Latin. There are artists such as Vanilla Ice, Eminem, Pitbull and the ever loveable PSY.

Hell, Debbie Harry was singing hip hop back in 1981. Her video for Rapture was the first hip hop/rap video on MTV.
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


I wonder how that happened??? She had nothing at all to do with rap, but she is the first to get a rap video on TV... Blacks are always being used and abused and stepped on.
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The future of hip hop and rap is outside the ghetto. The first examples where Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Now you have talented artists that are Asian, White, Jewish and Latin. There are artists such as Vanilla Ice, Eminem, Pitbull and the ever loveable PSY.

Hell, Debbie Harry was singing hip hop back in 1981. Her video for Rapture was the first hip hop/rap video on MTV.
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


I wonder how that happened??? She had nothing at all to do with rap, but she is the first to get a rap video on TV... Blacks are always being used and abused and stepped on.
 Quoting: offthahook08
It happened because she had talent. So are you going to spew your hate on Eminem, Pitbull or PSY too?
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The future of hip hop and rap is outside the ghetto. The first examples where Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Now you have talented artists that are Asian, White, Jewish and Latin. There are artists such as Vanilla Ice, Eminem, Pitbull and the ever loveable PSY.

Hell, Debbie Harry was singing hip hop back in 1981. Her video for Rapture was the first hip hop/rap video on MTV.
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


I wonder how that happened??? She had nothing at all to do with rap, but she is the first to get a rap video on TV... Blacks are always being used and abused and stepped on.
 Quoting: offthahook08
It happened because she had talent. So are you going to spew your hate on Eminem, Pitbull or PSY too?
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


BS, and fuc Emniem and Pitbull...
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Eminen is ok pretty average his anger is detrimental to being really creative and he was way better with the funnier than sh@# stuff.
Anger never solves an issue it just directs one into a perpendicular curve.
And most of the artists you posted definitely use a lot sexuality to sell (I enjoy a well made up woman) but the videos promote the ----- (just do not have in me to call it music) and sex (something that animals do... remember only humans believe they are animals )sells but being hit all the time with visual crap takes away from real talent. (those f@#ck#rs know where they want you directed).
Graceless and Skeptical as hell!!!
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Beast 1333 and a select few are true hip-hop, his lyrical talent is above anyone, and his songs are all trying to show us the truth, in a GLP type way.



"IF PUN WAS ALIVE AND BREATHING, NO DRINKING TO WEEZY, EVEN IF BIGGIE WAS HERE AND BOPPIN, NO NICKI MINAJ'S ROCKIN, IF PAC WAS ALIVE AND WALKIN, THERE WOULD BE NO WACKA FLOCKA, WHAT HAPPENED TO FAT JOE, HIS RHYMES USED TO BE PROPER."

Some real hip-hop right here, listen to this song and tell me it isnt good for our kids to listen to. These are the words they need to here.


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word is bond.alien
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Those who refuse to listen to it, yet still bash hiphop, are the closed minded morons in this world. Must be a brain disorder.
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The future of hip hop and rap is outside the ghetto. The first examples where Vanilla Ice and Eminem. Now you have talented artists that are Asian, White, Jewish and Latin. There are artists such as Vanilla Ice, Eminem, Pitbull and the ever loveable PSY.

Hell, Debbie Harry was singing hip hop back in 1981. Her video for Rapture was the first hip hop/rap video on MTV.
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


I wonder how that happened??? She had nothing at all to do with rap, but she is the first to get a rap video on TV... Blacks are always being used and abused and stepped on.
 Quoting: offthahook08
It happened because she had talent. So are you going to spew your hate on Eminem, Pitbull or PSY too?
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


BS, and fuc Emniem and Pitbull...
 Quoting: offthahook08
You jealous brah? Just because a blond girl had the first rap/hip hop video on MTV? Eminem, Pitbull and PSY have more talent than some of the ghetto chumps you probably like. Or are you a fan of the old school chumps/sell outs like Ice T, Ice Cube Or Dr. Dre?
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