All Things Hippity and Hoppity

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by gladhands, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. Nil

    Nil Senior member

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    I always view a loose cannon as being dangerous somehow. Hamilton is more harmless bum at the bus stop crazy.
     


  2. B Hamilton

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    Big Sean - Finally Famous just became album of the summer.
     


  3. Gingahbman

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    Big Sean - Finally Famous just became album of the summer.
    Checkin' it out as we speak. I've been fiending for a strong hip hop summer album. Reallllly hoping I like it!
     


  4. SeanathonHuff

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    Isn't Charles Hamilton a crack addled homeless vagrant these days?

    I thought he was going to jail.
     


  5. jpeirpont

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    my top 3 new rappers are Charles Hamilton, Max B and Lil B.

    Vado<<<<<<<<<<<Charles Hamilton, Max B and Lil B
     


  6. jpeirpont

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    Attn young rappists: Get better names. I'm sorry, but Big Sean sounds like the most mediocre dude ever. Like, you couldn't come up with anything more creative than that? Earl Sweatshirt? Not THAT shit is intriguing. I'm past the point in my life where I'm listening to any and everything. I don't have the time or energy anymore, so anyone with a shitty name gets passed over.

    Right. Ghostface Killa,, Raekwon the Chef, Cormega, Havoc and Prodigy, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap.. they knew how to come up with fresh names in the 80's and 90's.
     


  7. Patrick James

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    Is that Bumpy Knuckles and Statik tape any good?
     


  8. TRINI

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    Big Sean is fucking terrible.
     


  9. Gingahbman

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    Big Sean - Finally Famous just became album of the summer.

    Went on a long cruise tonight... so I popped this in the player. I was cised at first, but then shit just fell off real hard. Felt like I was listening to the same song again and again and again...

    This album left the same bad taste in my mouth that "Relapse" from Eminem did. I hate when CDs start off so strong and then taper off.
     


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    I stick to music that takes me somewhere when I hear it. Albums from the 80's &amp; 90's. Most of this new stuff may get spin on the radio when I'm driving, but only in small doses.
     


  11. Cool The Kid

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    Vado<<<<<<<<<<<Charles Hamilton, Max B and Lil B
    The direction of your arrows is correct, Vado is indeed less than any of those 3 artists [​IMG] Vado is about as cookie cutter 'dude from the block' NYC mixtape rapper as they come. Very boring. Huge downgrade from even the C-string of Dipset's rappers (i.e., Un Kasa >>>>>>> Vado; Juelz nephew >>>>>> Vado, etc). His prominence in NYC is why NYC has and continues to fade further into irrelevance; esp in the context of artists like Max B and CH being pushed to the side.
     


  12. Cool The Kid

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    Lil B's album is one of the most heartfelt &amp; well produced albums I've heard in some time. This is my 2011 &quot;Attempts At Swagger&quot;. Such a great album.
     


  13. jpeirpont

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    The direction of your arrows is correct, Vado is indeed less than any of those 3 artists [​IMG]

    Vado is about as cookie cutter 'dude from the block' NYC mixtape rapper as they come. Very boring. Huge downgrade from even the C-string of Dipset's rappers (i.e., Un Kasa >>>>>>> Vado; Juelz nephew >>>>>> Vado, etc). His prominence in NYC is why NYC has and continues to fade further into irrelevance; esp in the context of artists like Max B and CH being pushed to the side.


    Oops.lol
    But no, Max B is better than Vado at nothing except garbled singing and Lil B just sucks. Matter of fact liking Lil B relieves you of all credibility.
     


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    New Kanye and Jay-Z album coming out, this July, sometime? I think?

    Never really liked Jay-Z. His has a good flow and can rhyme, but he's highly overrated and a bit of a douche/sexist! :/
     


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    Never really liked Jay-Z. His has a good flow and can rhyme, but he's highly overrated and a bit of a douche/sexist! :/

    Stop trolling.
     


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