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Old 10-28-2003, 01:46 PM   #46
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Most of the songs mentioned thus far have been awesome songs, so I'm a bit surprised. Informer, Ice Ice Baby, Rapper's Delight and all the rest are catchy cool tunes, that may have been overplayed, but are still great songs.


My pick: Anything by Puff Daddy.
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Old 10-28-2003, 01:46 PM   #47
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That's the kizza song khanada

Dare I ask what kizza is

Musi ques
I sews on bews
I pues a twos on que zat
Pue zoo
My kizzer
Pous zigga ay zee
Its all kizza
Its always like
Its all kizza
Its always like
Na zound
Wa zee
Wa zoom zoom zee


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Old 10-28-2003, 02:03 PM   #48
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That's the kizza song khanada

Dare I ask what kizza is

Musi ques
I sews on bews
I pues a twos on que zat
Pue zoo
My kizzer
Pous zigga ay zee
Its all kizza
Its always like
Its all kizza
Its always like
Na zound
Wa zee
Wa zoom zoom zee


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Old 10-28-2003, 02:32 PM   #49
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-poppa diddy puff f/ jimmy pizaige (still shocked no one mentioned that one yet)

as for non rapers who rap... for those of you who list the super bowl shuffle as the worst rap of all time, you obviously have yet to hear "Be A Man" by Macho Man Randy Savage.... ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh yeahhhhhh
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Old 10-28-2003, 02:39 PM   #50
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And people who think it doesn't take talent to make good rap music, I suggest you try it. I hate it every time rap comes up in B&C because some of you can be so ignorant about it. If you don't like it, fine. But please respect that some of us here love the genre and think that rap is legitimate music made by talented artists. There are a lot of rappers out there making great music with heart, soul, and emotion, so to dismiss them with all the Chingys out there doesn't make sense to me.
I know what you mean. I've met people on other boards that say all rap sucks. And that's just not true.

Well said.

MrsSpringsteen...yes, some of the lyrics of rap songs may seem sexist at first...but I always look at it like this: rappers are singing about their lifestyles that they lived growing up. And sadly, some women around them were treated like dirt. So I feel that by putting those remarks in their songs, they're trying to show how stupid it is to treat women that way.

. That's just me, though.

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Ice Ice Baby is awful. Catchy, though, but that credit goes to Queen/David Bowie.
C'mon...we all know they are 2 totally different beats....Vanilla explained it himself, remember:
"Their's goes 'Din din din din da da din" and mine goes 'Din din din din da da din', 2 totally different beats."
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C'mon...we all know they are 2 totally different beats....Vanilla explained it himself, remember:
"Their's goes 'Din din din din da da din" and mine goes 'Din din din din da da din', 2 totally different beats."
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Old 10-28-2003, 05:58 PM   #53
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any commerical created rap

this is a new fad that needs to die

i really like rap, but there isnt much worse then a really bad rap song, and any rap song that is created for a commercial will be really bad

the "im lovin' it" commericals for mcdonalds right now are at the top of the list
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C'mon...we all know they are 2 totally different beats....Vanilla explained it himself, remember:
"Their's goes 'Din din din din da da din" and mine goes 'Din din din din da da din', 2 totally different beats."
*slaps forehead* Duh. Silly me.

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the "im lovin' it" commericals for mcdonalds right now are at the top of the list


because only black people eat at mcdonald's. of course, as we know, not only black people listen to rap, but a look at their commercial begs to differ.
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the macho man had a rap song? I can only imagine how bad that must have been.
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oh it's much worse than him having a rap song... he has a rap ALBUM
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Old 10-28-2003, 11:41 PM   #58
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at Macho Man Randy Savage. His album was probably worse than Deion Sanders'.

When it comes to sexist lyrics in rap, there's no better example to me than Snoop Dogg. He may be rapping about pimps up and hos down, but at the end of the day, he goes home to his wife and three kids. I see his music as entertainment, nothing more. Even as a youngster, I knew well enough that listening to the music was one thing, and sexism in real life was another.

One time in freshman English, I had to write two papers on censorship. One for, one against. In the one for censorship, I quoted a Snoop Dogg album I owned as an example of why albums need to be censored. That was a fun paper to write--acting all appalled by lyrics that I actually really thought were pretty clever.
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C'mon...we all know they are 2 totally different beats....Vanilla explained it himself, remember:
"Their's goes 'Din din din din da da din" and mine goes 'Din din din din da da din', 2 totally different beats."
!

Oh, yeah, that's right, they're completely different!

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When it comes to sexist lyrics in rap, there's no better example to me than Snoop Dogg. He may be rapping about pimps up and hos down, but at the end of the day, he goes home to his wife and three kids. I see his music as entertainment, nothing more. Even as a youngster, I knew well enough that listening to the music was one thing, and sexism in real life was another.
Exactly.

I think most male rappers show respect for the women they hang out with, and would never dream of putting them in situations that they weren't comfortable with. Yeah, there's a few rappers who would be jerks to women, but most of them...they'd beat the snot out of someone who tried to hurt their wives or girlfriends or whatever.

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One time in freshman English, I had to write two papers on censorship. One for, one against. In the one for censorship, I quoted a Snoop Dogg album I owned as an example of why albums need to be censored. That was a fun paper to write--acting all appalled by lyrics that I actually really thought were pretty clever.
LOL. Cool. . .

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