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Old 02-21-2011, 06:39 PM
Location: So California
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Originally Posted by nycjowww View Post
yea you can tell he wants it to die to smh. Anyway hip hop needs to start putting their attention to artist with talent, and less attention to clowns(wacka flocka/soulja boy have no hip hop skills)

Well, maybe I do want it to die. Actually I have no problem with r&b and dance hip/hop has its place, but I hate that there are so many good voices out there that are just singing crappy songs. There needs to be more straight up singer/songwriters. Any fool can make a good beat.....

And as far as pop/top40 sales, you know as well as I, most of the best music never makes it on to pop radio.
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Old 02-22-2011, 03:52 AM
Location: Southeastern Tennessee
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Underground Hip-Hop will live forever.

The so called mainstream hip hop today needs to be put to rest. The songs have no meaning, and nothing positive is being said. I'm tired of hearing about the bling bling, cars, girls, money, guns, and grillz. It so much sampling going on. Nothing is original. So yes! hip-hop is dead and buried.
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