curtis75black, added March 13, 2012 at 12:01 pmReply :
This performance was massive !! Black Thought, EMINEM with Jazzy Jeff was crazy as Hell !! Jazzy Jeff went the fuck off !! Black Thought and Em ripped this track to shreds !! I definitely enjoyed this one. Much homage given.
GrizzWonder, added March 13, 2012 at 12:41 pmReply :
I’ve tried uploading an HD version of this 5 times, 5 different ways and it keeps getting blocked. Sorry guys
toblerusseta, added March 13, 2012 at 1:04 pmReply :
@ZaviahIV son how can you say i know nothing, i know more about hip hop than you will ever fucking now. like i said before, i have such a passion for it that i actually made an effort to learn as much as i can about it. i know all there is to know without having a deep conversation with krs1.
you however keep going on about the principles of writing, as if you have any clue about it.
hip hop history and classic albums > your so called “principles of writing”
@PS3xMedia Mate, I call it Rap, I call it Emceeing, and I call it Hip-Hop, it doesn’t say anything about me. You just completely misquoted me, see my second reply to you listing a lot of emcees who are more than lyrically inclined. Please list some literary principles for me if you think you know what you’re talking about when it comes to great writing. I find it hard to believe that your depth of understanding lyrical ability surpasses the stringing together of multi’s. Fag, you know nothing.
@ZaviahIV you called it rap, not hip hop… that says so much about you. and you more than likely looked up the elements which i knew you would. “i know way more about the technicalities of writing rap because i listen to eminem and bum the fuck out of his albums”
no you dont, u have no clue. like i said you probably dont own many classic hip hop albums and therefore have never listened and studied the best lyricists of all time like rakim, BDK and Big L.
@PS3xMedia MCing, DJing, B-boying and Graffiti all fall under “Hip-Hop,” so please shut the fuck up, kid. I know way more about the technicalities of writing in rap than you will ever know. You discharged my whole argument because you, like many self-proclaimed “Hip-Hop heads,” coin the term term “rap” as mainstream. You think that owning more albums proves something? Ha.
@ZaviahIV erm 1 its called hip hop, hahaha discharged your whole argument on the first line.
2, i know waaaaaaay more about it than you will ever know, i have a true passion for hip hop and do whatever i can to learn as much as i can about it. pure hip hop is mesmerising. i can bet that you own less than 50% of classic hip hop albums and i will also bet that you had no clue that hip hop had 5 elements. your knowledge of hip hop history is probably shameful
@ZaviahIV recovery was so shit, it really was. it had a few very good songs on it. the rest were either pop as fuck or i was sitting thinking “why the fuck did he think about putting this song on here”. and its not even just recovery, i need a fucking doctor. i was so shocked at dre for that song. its like they feel theyll lose if they fight against this new hip-pop style.
MBDTF was a bit poppy, but u could tell it was music made for musics sake. it was sick, get it now
@PS3xMedia You assume I’m a Stan because I’m giving due-credit to a great emcee? I love Pac, Big, Nas, Rhyme Asylum, Eminem, Mos Def, Black Thought, Vinnie Paz and Celph Titled to name a few. I agree with you that it’s kinda lame that he went from talking shit about pop and pop-stars and then went and became a pop-star himself. But anyway, you said that Recovery was terrible, what’s terrible about it rap-wise? Also, MBDTF? I haven’t heard it, but from a lyrical standpoint Kanye is nothing to Em.