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January 21st, 2017
How the hip-hop Swagger will improve your game!!!
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#11

JohnG

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Most rappers are angry  frustrated chodes. (a few ones are real artists)
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#12

PacoTaco

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Join Date: 12/09/2009 | Posts: 14

Rap with meaning would be like Tupac, Lil Wayne's older stuff, Nelly's older stuff, 50 Cent (perseverence to get what you want, but he fucked up the rest of it) when he first started out, Eminem, Tech N9ne, and Scarface.

Rap now isn't BAD. It's just aimed to be more....geared towards high energy beats and rhymes.
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Egget

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they rap their style and hit success because they believe in what they do. Many stories might sound fucked up but hey they are atleast expressing it and not keeping it inside like a chode. Rewarded, big time.

Lousy lyrics or beats? It's just their style which they are congruent with. Doesn't make them not deserve it, ofcourse they do, and haters are jealous in just that.

For example I personally  hate country music, but that is because I am jealous country-people are congruent with their style i find so different from mine. So I still respect them and don't diss em' at the end of the day.
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 and Jay-Z's best album is called.......The Blueprint

I want this shit forever man, ever man

My Jay-Z top 5
1. American Gangster (go download www.Hundustanigangster.com: a mash-up of India Cinema and American Gangster)
2. Reasonable Doubt
3. The Black Album (Go down load the Grey Album: DJ Danger Mouse's mash up of The Black Album and the Beatles White Album)
4. The Blueprint
5. Vol. 1 The Life and Times of S. Carter 
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#15

NorCalHustler

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Join Date: 06/06/2009 | Posts: 1

Im a huge hiphop fan. underground or mainstream. and I love lil wayne, you cant deny his careless swagger, his wordplay and delivery. dude is just all around entertaining, i cant knock his hustle. plus the girls love to dance to lil wayne.




keep en eye out for J.Cole and XV too they can spit



anyone follow grindtime? shits hilarious
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#16
ambiguity

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I like some rap but, there is a lot of shit out these days that blows. All this audio tune & shitty music. I do like some of it. I find, "ANTE UP" - MOP is an awesome GET HYPE song.
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LOL its all i have to say
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Just for fun, I'll talk about the songs I like to get me into the right mentality. 


I'm a diehard classic rock fan and 80s metal, but whenever I'm driving out to the club or kicking it with friends in my pad getting ready to go out, I do find rap to put me into the right state.

And by rap, I mean 90s more than 00s. 

Jay-Z on reasonable doubt, "I'd rather die enormous than live dormant..."  

Obviously Biggie's techniques dripping out his buttcheeks and charisma. Big Poppa. 

And in terms of the I don't give a fuck mentality....

"I got no game and every face looks the same
They got no name so i don't need game to play
I just say whatever I want, to whoever I want
Whenever i want, wherever I want, however I want" - Eminem

Honestly, hip hop is kinda corny. But more than once I've been choding it up and I hear these lines swirling around in my brain, reminding me that I have permission to spit my game and talk my shit, and have a fun time doing so. 
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ambiguity

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Nephilim wrote:
Just for fun, I'll talk about the songs I like to get me into the right mentality. 


I'm a diehard classic rock fan and 80s metal, but whenever I'm driving out to the club or kicking it with friends in my pad getting ready to go out, I do find rap to put me into the right state.

And by rap, I mean 90s more than 00s. 

Jay-Z on reasonable doubt, "I'd rather die enormous than live dormant..."  

Obviously Biggie's techniques dripping out his buttcheeks and charisma. Big Poppa. 

And in terms of the I don't give a fuck mentality....

"I got no game and every face looks the same
They got no name so i don't need game to play
I just say whatever I want, to whoever I want
Whenever i want, wherever I want, however I want" - Eminem

Honestly, hip hop is kinda corny. But more than once I've been choding it up and I hear these lines swirling around in my brain, reminding me that I have permission to spit my game and talk my shit, and have a fun time doing so. 
For sure. Good music can get you going. I love anything that gets me pumped but, seeing their limits to gives you a fully conscious understanding of the overall picture. For instance, you listen to "Jump" by Busta Rhymes or say, "Ante up" by MOP or "Rocka Wilder" by Method Man & Red Man, the sec the song ends, you go back to a state to a state of being chode unless, you can elevate that same emotion. Also, a lot of rappers are chodes. They talk about ghetto this & gangsta that, but in real life, in the actual "hood," they would be someone's bitch. It is a life style. The arrogance, the badass life style, the swagger, it all sells. Know its limits.
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Tyler:This is ultimately one of the keys to the game -- viewing EVERYTHING AS A JOKE. It's ALL funny.
Tim:`How can I make this fun?
brad:This thread got Ambiguity banned, you can thank me later. Zack G: Ambiguity is becoming the Howard Roark of RSD!
Alex: "The famous ambiguity!" + "This is what happens when your naturally attractive; cheekyinnit#! Ambiguity: I don't chase, I replace.


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#20
DonovanVC

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Don't think about the status of the music right now. That's a sign of the wrong analysis and taking the wrong approach to the OP's thread. Rock wasn't that hot either from the later nineties until recently.

You have to look at the broad spectrum of work. Start from the 1980s with Kurtis Blow saying "these are the brakes" to signify the fact that life has bumps in the road but you get around it. This is a key fact to life and to girls.

Look at the numerous hits and lines in the 90s, with Nas saying "the buck that bought the bottle could have struck the lotto" to him just plain saying "hate me now". That shit is a sign of swagger and thought process that gets you to do good in life and with girls.

Look at the 2000s. Though this has a been shitty decade overall for the  music, look at Scarface saying "waiting on the message from the reverend and he ain't but another man trying to get to Heaven". Pretty important of not takin shit too serious - when shit happens in life or a girl is a and you gotta move on.

Rap's got plenty for swagger and for pick up. That's why its played it every club for at least a little bit. Because its got that vibe and leads to fuckin. And that's just the surface.
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