Any Hip-Hop fans?

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  1. two-fister

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    So...I just got finished with an online battle with Kandy Kash.
    She's a porn chick, who is know making some rap records.
    Now...I'm a big hip-hop/rap music fan...so after I saw an online interview with her...I went to her site and then to youtube, where I found a "song" of her's. I left a comment saying that she should stick to porn. Because that song was/is garbage. Now this was a public post of the song so anyone is/was free to comment. Now I'll admit calling the song "garbage" may have been a bit harsh...but I didn't call her garbage, and I complimented her adult film work...which I found pretty hot.

    She responded quite harshly and we went at it back and forth for a while...she was the aggressor...she called me a few nameas...but I took the high road, and tried to explain to her that I wassn't being critical of her...but I was speaking of the song...She was having none of it.
    I even pointed out to her that as an artist there are going to be people who don't like what you do...it comes with the territory, and you can't go around attacking folks because they don't like your work....and in my defense the song really does suck.

    here are some pics of her and then I'll post a link to the song in question.
    ...oh and the argument ended when she disabled me from making anymore comments.
     

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    You were right. Shit is garbage...

    A few porn actresses are trying to do music. Pinky has a video on wshh, I've seen India rap on a few different videos and I remember Heather Hunter had a video on BET uncut. I remember there was a local rapper in New Orleans that started doing porno flicks to promote her music. I guess they don't realize that the rap game is WAY overcrowded as it is.
     
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    Yeah...garbage indeed.
    She would be alright if she could just not speak.
    Talk about a ghetto-ass white girl, I wonder how much of it is real, and how much is just wannabe bullshit.

    kandy kash
     
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    the fuck?

    Real talk: This shit is straight garbage. She is pretty trash-tastic too. Fuckin' bunk-ass ghetto Katy Perry lookin' ol' ass.


    Seriously. She nasty and her music worse.
     
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    Fuck hip-hop.
     
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    Hip-Hop died for me after I left college radio in '96. Music is so much better when people do it for the art first and not just as a means to get paid and get laid. That's why so much of the Hip-Hop in the late 80s & early 90s was so good. I've been compiling a list of tracks and artists I used to play on my radio show back then, and despite me being a devoted techno freak now I can't help but smile when I hear these classic gems again.

    Souls Of Mischief, Casual, Extra Prolific, Del Tha Funkee Homosapien, A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Boogie Down Productions, Gang Starr, Diamond D, Showbiz & AG, Aceyalone, Black Sheep, Black Moon, Das EFX, Jeru Tha Damaja, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Gravediggaz, Method Man, Redman, Mad Kap, Tha Alkaholiks, The Beatnuts, 3rd Bass, Nas, Melquan, Joe Sinister, Erick Sermon...

    I can go on for days with this, obviously. :biggrin:
     
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    While I agree with some of what you say...the truth is hip hop/rap didn't die, alot of the folks you mentioned are still putting out dope shit.
    De La, Krs-One, Rakim, Tash(of the Liks), Guru passed away...but DJ Premier is still producing, not to mention Mos Def, Talib, Dialated Peoples, MF Doom, Kool Keith, People Under the Stairs, Dead Prez, and a lot of others. The thing is, the era you mention (the golden age) was when these artists were among the most popular out there...now most of 'em have gone underground...and most of the popular stuff is wack. And it's not just hip-hop, it's the same in rock as well.
     
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    I know that. Just displaying a preference for a particular style and era in Hip-Hop music. :wink:
     
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    No worries...I here 'ya.
     
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    god damn that is the worst rap I have ever heard. EVERYONE is rapping nowadays, and I hope you are not black, otherwise the fact that you listen to this would be very embarrassing. and nothing is a bigger turn off than a white girl who thinks she is black. (I would fuck her though)
     
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    last time Krs-one was good was back in the early 90's. Rakim was always the GREATEST OF ALL TIME, but never got better and actually regressed. Guru fell off before he died, but Primo has always been the shit. People under the stairs are kinda corney. Mos Def fell off and so did Talib because his production got worse, although Hi Tech is still nasty. Dialated are sick, Mr Doom is interesting (at the most), and kool keith (dr.octopus) is an idiot. Dead Prez is nice but I cannot listen to an entire album of theirs, they talk about the same shit over and over (black power yada yada).

    Souls of Mischief were good in the early 90s (first album in 93 was good, the rest after sucked) Del had one good album as Deltron, but space rap got tiring. Casual was always garbage...basically your just mentioning classics from the early to mid 90s. But none of these guys ever topped their original stuff or got better.

    As a hip hop fan you have to grow with the music, you cant just shut down and stay nostalgic, its stupid because RAP GOT BETTER, especially the production/beat portion of it. Some people revert back to old school because its a way they can protest the new stuff and feel "alternative by listening to shit no one listens to anymore, just for that fact. Only thing they are protesting is the radio bullshit, the new clothing styles, and the music videos. This makes me grateful to live in a city with an underground hip hop station. Don't watch MTV for Rap

    The best unsung MC right now is Trife (through Ghost and Wu-tang). There are also amazing rappers from Massachusetts like Terminology. and of course the best popular MC's are Jay-z and T.I. (I would say Nas but he seriously got lazy and fell off)
     
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    Mobb deep fell off so bad, i do like one song off their new album though
    but fuck
    survival of the fittest?
    and fucking shook ones
    can't be denied
    that whole 92 album was untouchable.
     
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    I think you can add quiet storm too. That song is bangin too.
     
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    Wu-Tang Clan...Welcome To The 36 Chambers...

    and Public Enemy..It takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back.

    if i could quote Florida Evans from the tv show Good TImes

    DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! DAAAAMN!
     
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    I liked that era when rappers used a lot of jazz and old R&B riffs.
     
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    I'm a huge hip hop head and she is wack as fuck lol
     
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