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    !!!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by zach619 View Post
    In case no one alerted the rest of the world. Hip Hop is dead. It has been for quite some time and it's just not coming back... There are a few southern artists still making money of their "gangsta" rap, but seriously, hip hop "dun been dead".

    Guys in Compton haven't listened to hip hop in like a decade. I think that some white guys that skateboard and wear backpacks and headphones in Philly and NYC never received the memo, but the hiphop ship sailed a long time ago...

    And yes, I LOVED hip hop at a certain point. But what people consider hiphop is not even the same category...

    Hiphop turned into "Rap Pop" back in like 2005. So, you are either a d-bag reciting lyrics that 350 other guys already recorded... About syzerb... crack, guns and rims... Ohh, and ladies of course... Yawn.....

    Come ON!
    Couldn't have said it better....And BTW rims is spelled w/ a Z....Rimzzz and platinum teefs...
    Don't need Eminems in the lineup...

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    best west coast tape ever. speed that sh!t up left coast style. zach got me feelin all west coast with his volcom stories. got homies in OB really thinkin aboot the move right now ferrsherr

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    The BOOTLEG a kookbox movie made by George Trimm and Joel features a great soundtrack, one of my all time favorites, and it happens to include some beats. Not rap songs but a couple DJ Premier beats... Also didn't JohnJohn put some gangsta ass song in a video he released last year? I'd like to talk some hip hop but I'm almost certain this is NOT the forum for it haha.

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    I don't remember this thread,looks like it should be revamped.

    its weird a lot of good surfers listen to gangsta rap.i remember a while ago mason ho posted the fabulous song (we get high) which is a great song lol.Hawaiians listening to Brooklyn gangbangers rap about smoking maryjewana,despicable!!!

    rap used to be better like 10 yrs ago,but I don't really like any new music that was put out recently.rap nowadays is beyond metarded,it doesn't even make sense.u know groups like wu tang,cypress hill were good.even 50 cent before he got shot 9 times was good.mobb deep,they were ok.

    I don't really see the problem with surfers listening to rap.if a surfer eats spaghetti,is that wrong?i listen to all types of music,and eat lots of food,and surf no waves.i am the epicenter of eastcoast surfing.i drive a jeep wrangler,go to the beach with 12 boards,rock my aviator shades,do some fistpumps,hang my laundry on the volleyball net and talk about how much better the waves were yesterday.i used to have a coffin speakerbox id bring on the beach,bumping that gangster shyt.n1ggas kno dawg

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    No way the entire genre can be written off. Exhibit A

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBr_rAfAZQw

    Only gets better the deeper in to it you go.

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    its flat and this ish is dope my ziggin

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    its flat and this ish is dope my ziggin

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    its flat and this might be the illest ish in hip hop history my g

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    IMO "rap" combined with the word "music" is an oxymoron.
    Taking the melody out of music.