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Posted 08 October 2012 - 11:48 AM

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 12:41 PM

Jay-Z, Kanye, etc. They all rap about the same shit, they just word it differently.

The hell? Before you try to criticize rap, try to know what the hell you're talking about. Kanye West comes up with some of the deepest raps I've ever heard. Jay-Z only raps about money, cars, clothes, and hoes? Do you even know who Jay-Z is?

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 10:21 AM

Kanye is as deep as a puddle. I can guarantee I have been listening to rap longer than you have. Don't let your idol worship blind you, they all suck now.

EDIT: 808's and Heartbreaks being the exception. Do more music like that Mr. West. I can see this argument going no where fast, so let's agree to disagree and leave it at that.

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 08:20 PM

What the hell? 808 and Heartbreak was his shallowest album. Have you listened to the College Dropout? Jesus walks? All Falls Down? Homecoming? Or do you, like I said earlier, just bash artists without actually listening to their work?

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 11:10 PM

Look at the songs you listed. How old is Jesus Walks?

I'm talking about the rap game now, not 7 years ago.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 12:36 PM

Look at My Dark Twisted Fantasy, that came out in late 2010. Hell of a Life, Blame Game, Runaway, Lost in the World, Who Will Survive in America? Again, actually listen to the music an artist puts out before giving a grossly misinformed opinion. Saying that Kanye West is as shallow as a puddle when his album carries themes like insecurity, uncertainty, the American Dream, excess, celebrity, and the weight of fame shows that you really don't know what you're talking about.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 01:36 PM

Lol I own that CD. The whole time listening to it I thought it was nothing special.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 03:15 PM

Lol I own that CD. The whole time listening to it I thought it was nothing special.

Which probably means the whole CD flew over your head. Not that surprising, but as you see, pretty much every critic who has listened to the album agrees that it's deep, insightful, and didactic.

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Posted 13 October 2012 - 08:49 AM

Again you are citing music that is two years old. I'm talking more recently. What is HAM, Gotta Have It, Niggas in Paris about?

Lol, it is my opinion why are you so hell bent on changing it? Critics have also said a lot of things suck, that turned out to be good, it is just an opinion, not a fact. For every good review you posted, I can post a bad review.

Just because I don't like, doesn't mean you have to force me to like it. Being condescending doesn't make you right, it just makes you sound like you have your head up your ass.

I'll say it again, agree to disagree. You'd argue with a wall wouldn't ya?

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Posted 13 October 2012 - 10:28 PM

Again you are citing music that is two years old. I'm talking more recently. What is HAM, Gotta Have It, Niggas in Paris about?

Lol, it is my opinion why are you so hell bent on changing it? Critics have also said a lot of things suck, that turned out to be good, it is just an opinion, not a fact. For every good review you posted, I can post a bad review.

Just because I don't like, doesn't mean you have to force me to like it. Being condescending doesn't make you right, it just makes you sound like you have your head up your ass.

I'll say it again, agree to disagree. You'd argue with a wall wouldn't ya?

Lol, well then you're still wrong. Either you're only listening to half the album, or just citing songs that only prove your point. Also, Gotta Have It is about black empowerment: “Maybachs on bachs on bachs on bachs on bachs / Who in that? / Oh, shit, it’s just blacks on blacks on blacks"

What is No Church in the Wild (imo, one of the deepest rap songs in recent memory)? Murder to Excellence? Made in America? I'm Pretty sure you get my point.

I'm not arguing whether the album is good or bad, that's a matter of opinion. But to say the album is shallow is factually and that's it's just about clothes, hoes, money, etc. is just plain factually wrong and ignorant. And, as I've said multiple times now, just proves you don't know what you're talking about.

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 04:23 PM

When did I say Dark Twisted Fantasy was all about dumb shit? I just don't think it is as deep as you make it out to be.

I'm talking about mainstream rap currently. Even if Kanye were to be an exception, he would be such a small percentage of rappers that actually talk about something other than drugs, money, and hoes.

If you are really going to argue against the fact that is what most rappers rap about, then it is you that doesn't listen to enough rap.

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 06:50 PM

When did I say Dark Twisted Fantasy was all about dumb shit? I just don't think it is as deep as you make it out to be.

I'm talking about mainstream rap currently. Even if Kanye were to be an exception, he would be such a small percentage of rappers that actually talk about something other than drugs, money, and hoes.

If you are really going to argue against the fact that is what most rappers rap about, then it is you that doesn't listen to enough rap.

You said that Kanye and Jay-Z only rap about cars, money, and hoes, when in fact, only a tiny percentage of their songs are that shallow. You're wrong. You cited songs from Watch the Throne to be shallow, you're wrong about that too, that album came out just 1 year ago and it's deep. That's not really a point you can argue, it's a solid fact that that entire album (except for maybe 2-3 songs included in there for fun) is about a lot more than cars and hoes. Same thing for My Dark Twisted Fantasy.

I never argued anything about the state of the entire mainstream rap game. I said that including Jay and Kanye on a list of shallow rappers shows that you don't listen to their music and basically, that you're just mouthing off an uninformed bullshit opinion. Again, not surprising, but still wrong.

Also, you cited 808s and Heartbreaks as an exception when it came out 4 years ago, how is that current?

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 07:34 PM

Lets take a look at how "deep" these songs on Watch the Throne are.

"No church in the wild"
Jay -z:Rollin’ in the Rolls-Royce Corniche
Only the doctors got this, I’m hidin’ from police
Cocaine seats
All white like I got the whole thing bleached
Drug dealer chic
I’m out here ballin’, I know ya’ll hear my sneaks

Hmm so far more then have of Jay-Z's verse is about how ballin' he is.

Kanye:Coke on her black skin made a stripe like a zebra
I call that jungle fever
You will not control the threesome
Just roll the weed up until I get me some
So never f-ck nobody wit’out tellin’ me
Sunglasses and Advil
Last night was mad real
Sun comin’ up, 5 a.m.
I wonder if they got cabs still
Thinkin’ ’bout the girl in all-leopard
Who was rubbin’ the wood like Kiki Shepard

Half of Kanye's verse is reaaaal deep. Doing coke on a girls back is deep!
So Kanye and Jay-Z's verse is not deep, at all. The other half isn't deep either.

"Lift off"
Kanye: Lift off, takin’ my coat off
Showin’ my tattooes, I’m such a showoff (Huh?)
I feel the pain and then rolled off
I got the whole city, they about to go off
How many niggas wit’ me up in the neon?
How many people wanna roll a Neon?
Not givin’ you no ’99, you know me by now
Know me, know me by now

So in that verse he is showing his tattoos, he runs the city(ballin'), he's rolling deep, and that he drives new cars. That's deep bro.

Jay-Z:Lift off
Represent, Watch The Throne, nigga’ll be pissed off
Earth is boring to ‘im, shit is makin’ my dick soft
When your every heart is bein’ rich and then you hit a big wall
If I fall, 3, 2, we need fuel, lift off

Lol, do I even need to point it out?

"Otis"

Jay-z:Sounds so soulful don’t you agree
I invented swag
Poppin bottles putting supermodels in the cab
Proof
I guess I got my swagger back
Truth: new watch alert, Hublot’s
Or the big face Rollie I got two of those
Arm out the window through the city I maneuver slow
Cock back, snap back
See my cut through the holes

Having swagger, banging models, popping bottles, toting guns is deep.

Kanye: Damn Yeezy and Hov,
Where the hell ya been?
Niggas talkin real reckless: stuntmen
I adopted these niggas, Phillip Drummond ‘em
Now I’m bout to make them tuck they whole summer in
They say I’m crazy, well, I’m ’bout to go dumb again
They aint see me cause I pulled up in my other Benz
Last week I was in my other other Benz
Throw your diamonds up cause we in this bitch and up again

He is saying he better then all the haters, talking about his new car, and people to throw up their diamonds to praise him. That's deep?

Jay-Z:Photo shoot fresh, looking like wealth
I’m ’bout to call the paparazzi on myself
Uh, live form the Mercer
Run up on Yeezy the wrong way, I might murk ya
Flee in the G450 I might surface
Political refugee, asylum can be purchased
Uh, everythings for sale, I got 5 passports
I’m never going to jail

Talking about new clothes, talking about how famous he is, talking about cars, and he is so ballin he won't go to jail. As deep as a puddle yet again.

Kanye:I made “Jesus Walks” I’m never going to hell
Couture level flow, it’s never going on sale
Luxury rap, the Hermes of verses
Sophisticated ignorance, write my curses in cursive
I get it custom, you a customer
You ain’t ‘customed to going through Customs, you ain’t been nowhere, huh?
And all the ladies in the house, got ‘em showing off
I’m done, I hit ya up mana-naaaa!

He is talking about how awesome he is.

Jay-Z:Welcome to Havana
Smoking cubanos with Castro in cabanas
Viva Mexico, Cubano
Dominicano, all the plugs that I know
Driving Benzes, wit’ no benefits
Not bad huh? For some immigrants
Build your fences, we diggin’ tunnels
Can’t you see? We gettin’ money up under you

Talking about cars, money, and going on vacations.

Kanye: Can’t you see the private jets flyin’ over you?
Maybach bumper sticker read “What would Hova do?”
Jay is chillin’, ‘Ye is chillin’
What more can I say? We killin’ ‘em
Hold up, before we end this campaign
As you can see, we done bodied the damn lames
Lord, please let them accept the things they can’t change
And pray that all of their pain be champagne

Talking about private jets, cars, they are "chillin", and asking pain to be champagne lol.

I won't go in to Gotta Have It, it is them saying how ballin they are same with Niggas in Paris.

"New Day" - Wow, first song where they haven't rapped about how ballin' they are.

"That's My Bitch"- Do I need to say?

"Welcome to the Jungle" I'll give this one a pass.

"Who gonna stop me"- All about cars, money, and how untouchable they are. That's deep -.-

"Murder to Excellence" That one is okay, although they can't go a song without mentioning their riches.

"HAM"- Doesn't even need to be analyzed. It is how ballin and untouchable they are.

"Made in America"- Gets a pass.

"Why I love you"- Gets a pass.

"Illest mother fucker alive"- Lol again the title gives it away, talking about money, cars, clothes and hoes.

"Prime Time"- Another title that gives it away. Talks about how ballin' they are.

"The Joy" Now that song has deep undertones, love that song.

So out of the 16 songs(including the bonus tracks), 11 of them are about how ballin they are. For the ones I didn't list the lyrics, feel free to look them up. I am really looking forward to what you have to say, you can try and argue against it, but you can't argue with their lyrics.

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 07:31 PM

Oh and even without the bonus tracks, that'd give the CD 7 songs that focus on how ballin they are out of 12 tracks. So more then half the CD is about money, cars, clothes, and hoes. Your argument is invalid. You said I was giving uninformed opinions, well clearly that was you in this case.

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:32 PM

Nice, you took a couple lines from the song, obviously proves how the whole song is shallow.

No Church in the wild- that verse that you gave from Jay-Z wasn't about him you retard, it was about the corruption in the church, again, try to understand the song. I like how you purposely cut off parts from the song to make it seem shallower.
What happened to the chorus?

Human beings in a mob
What’s a mob to a king?
What’s a king to a god?
What’s a god to a non-believer?
Who don’t believe in anything?

We make it out alive
All right, all right
No church in the wild

What about

Tears on the mausoleum floor
Blood stains the coliseum doors
Lies on the lips of a priest
Thanksgiving disguised as a feast

What about

I’m wonderin’ if a thug’s prayers reach
Is Pious pious cause God loves pious?
Socrates asks, “Whose bias do y’all seek?”
All for Plato, screech
I’m out here ballin’, I know y’all hear my sneaks
Jesus was a carpenter, Yeezy, laid beats
Hova flow the Holy Ghost, get the hell up out your seats
Preach

What about

wo tattoos, one read “No Apologies”
The other said “Love is cursed by monogamy”
That’s somethin’ that the pastor don’t preach
That’s somethin’ that a teacher can’t teach
When we die, the money we can’t keep
But we probably spend it all ’cause the pain ain’t cheap
Preach

I'll give you Lift Off, because that song sucks, and it's by far the worst on the album.

Otis- I don't have this song on my version on the album. I don't know it.

Again, Gotta Have It is about Black Empowerment, I don't know if you don't know the damn song, or if you're not listening to it.

Wassup, ma’*vulgarity*a, where my money at?
You gon’ make me come down to your house where yo’ mummy at
Mummy wrap the kids, have ‘em cryin’ for they mummy back
Dummy that your daddy is, tell ‘em I just want my racks
(Racks on racks on racks) Racks
(Maybachs on bachs on bachs on bachs on bachs) Who in that?
(Oh shit, it’s just blacks on blacks on blacks)
(Hundred stack) How you get it? (*racism*, layin’ raps on tracks)

That's My Bitch- Kanye's verse is shallow, Hov's isn't:

Uh, Picasso was alive he woulda made her
Thats right *racism* Mona Lisa can't fade her
I mean Marilyn Monroe, she's quite nice
But why all the pretty icons always all white
Back to my Beyonces

Who Gonna Stop Me is about black empowerment also, the title kind of gives it away. It's completely obvious, listen to the goddamn chorus ffs:

is is something like the Holocaust
Millions of our people lost
Bow our heads and pray to the Lord
Til I die I’ma *vulgarity*in’ ball
Now who gon’ stop me?
Who gon’ stop me huh?
Who gon’ stop me?
Who gon’ stop me huh?

Black cards, black cars,
Black on black, black broads
Whole lotta money in a black bag
Black strap, you know what that’s for?

H.A.M- for the most part you're right, but even this song has a bit of depth to it.

When my nephew died, daddy dead
niggas took the price on my uncles head
Nobody called the cops as my uncle bled
So I feel like I would like to know my uncles bread
Bow down, brother pay homage
don't spill hate all on my garments

Illest Mother*vulgarity*er Alive- Let you have this one

Prime Time- Again, deeper than you make it out to be:

Primetime, basking in the lime
Cassius in his prime, coloring out of the line
Cause they don’t want nobody that’s colored out of the lines
So I’m late as a mother*vulgarity*er, colored people time
Damn Yeezy, they all gotta be dimes?

So, as you can see, only a few songs are about purely money and ballin'. And you do realize even those songs have a point to them in the context of the whole album right? Of course you don't. Well, I could spend time explaining it to you, or you can read this:


"Music critic Greg Kot views that the album is about "mutual admiration" and writes of the rappers' respective personas, "Jay-Z is about imperious flow, bridging his gritty past life on the streets with his current status as a cultural tastemaker and business mogul. [...] West is more desperate, transparent, awkward, vulnerable."[41] Music critic Nathan Rabin states that Jay-Z and West "are a study in contrasts: the businessman and the bohemian, the faithful husband and the drugged-up playboy, the walking press release and the loose cannon. Jay-Z is tidy. Kanye is nothing but rough edges."[42] Jon Caramanica writes similarly, "breaking [...] old barriers is a means to acceptance and stability" for Jay-Z, while "West sounds lonely" with his fame, adding that "For Mr. West every flash of Dionysian extreme is tempered by the realization of its hollowness."[16] In his article "Brag Like That" for Barnes & Noble, Robert Christgau comments that "Jay-Z is a grown man and Kanye West is not" on the album and elaborates on their lyrics, stating:

Both co-kings flaunt their arrogance even by the standards of a genre where braggadocio is the main event, and neither is shy about pretending that the line of succession from Otis Redding and Martin Luther King is paved with their gold. [...] One could venture that maybe Watch the Throne divvies up the way it does for rhetorical purposes—that one king plays the hero and the other the hedonist, two equally royal hip-hop archetypes.[27]."

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:57 PM

Can't we keep this civil? There is no need to throw around insults.

I said Church in the Wild can get a pass. How isn't Jay-Z's first verse, when he is saying "I have cocaine seats, I have..."

I even made it a point to say that half of their lyrics are shallow. So half the song is about shallow material possessions.

We must be listening to a different song. Gotta Have It is there own empowerment. You will have to really explain that to me. In that song they are talking about riding Maybachs, planking on millions, and partying. I think you cited "blacks on blacks on blacks'' to support black empowerment when in all reality they are saying they have black people in their Maybachs, which case the black people are merely their goons.

I'm not seeing the black empowerment in Prime Time either.

Lyrics:
We in the time of our lives baby
Turn the music up, Primetime

Yeah, Primetime, Beat by Dion, Our third eon
That’s what the f**k we on
Mo’ money, 40 year old phenom
Our 15 minutes of fame has stretched beyond
At 42 be better than 24, I carried the 4-5, mastered 48 laws
Still wearing my 23’s they can’t f**k with the boy
As far as them 16’s, I’m 23 of it all
Primetime, riding that 6 deuce
That 9-11 I only subtract the roof
Started in 88’, Got warm in 92’, I landed in 96’
That’s the year I came through
I hit the club, ordered some Grey Goose
Switched it for Ciroc to give Puff’s stock a boost
New money, I found the fountain of youth
I’m headed to Miami to f**k up the Fontaine Bleu
A case of Ace, make it 2, Ni**a we rolling, beat the deuce
The night is young, what the f**k we gon’ do (ooh)
Talking about how he is better now that he is older, his shoes, drinking at a club, going to party in Miami, drinking again, where is the black empowerment?
(Kanye West)
The night is young, what the f**k you wanna do, huh
The night is young, what the f**k we gon’ do, huh
The night is young, what you really wanna do, huh

Primetime, basking in the lime
Cassius in his prime, Coloring out of the line
Cause they don’t want nobody that’s colored out of the lines
So I’m late as a mother***er, colored people time

Damn Yeezy, they all gotta be dimes?
Well, Adam gave up a rib so mine better be prime
Ni**as gon kill me, I swear they better be lying
I never live in fear, I’m too out of my mind
Primetime, never hit these heights
I mean it’s like, it’s like our first 1st class flight
I’m trippin’ on it, socks on marble floors
I’m slippin’ on it, Champagne, I’m sippin’ on it
Sh*t taste different, don’t it?
You know what, you right
It’s like the best damn champagne I had in my life
“When you coming home” That’s a text from my wife
I told her, run a bubble bath
And float in that mother***er like a hovercraft
And soak in that mother***er til I call you back
I mean who says sh*t like that, and doesn’t laugh (un-huh)

The night is young, what the f**k you wanna do, huh
The night is young, what the f**k we gon’ do, huh
The night is young, what you really wanna do, huh

The italicized part is the only part that would support black empowerment, in all reality the song is about themselves. Those few lines do not make the song. The rest of the song is about having dimes(hot women), flying first class, drinking champagne, and having his women get his bat ready.

"Who gonna stop me" The chorus is the only part of the song that isn't about how ballin they are
(Jay-Z)
Black cards, black cars, Black on black, black broads
Whole lotta money in a black bag
Black strap, you know what that’s for?
All he has to say is having money, black women, black cars, and a black gun. How is that black empowerment?

(Kanye West)
Who gon stop me huh?

(Jay-Z & Kanye West)
Who gon stop me huh?

(Jay-Z)
Who gon stop me?
No brakes, I need, State Farm
So many watches I need 8 arms
One neck but got 8 charms
Talking about owning a bunch of watches means black empowerment?

I don't care what someone on wiki has to say, I care as to what you have to say. And yet again the lyrics contradict your statements of black empowerment.
(Jay-Z & Kanye West)
Who gon stop me huh?

(Kanye West)
Niggaas talkin, they b**ch made, Ix-nay off my dicks-nay
That’s pig latin, itch-bay
Who gon stop me huh?
Last night ain’t go so well
Got kicked up out the hotel
Got a little freaky like Marvin Albert
Yes! Tell Howard Cosell
You just a commentator, If you getting paper
Everybody I know from the hood got common haters
In some relations, You just supposed to say none
Heard she f***ed the doorman
Well that’s cool I f***ed the waitress
Heard Yeezy was racist, Well, I guess that’s on one basis
I only like green faces

So he got kicked out of a hotel, talks about money, and banging a waitress, how is that black empowerment? Yes I left out the chorus' for most of them, I am focusing on their verses, not a sequence of words that are repeated. (the chorus).

Then again "art" is open to interpretation, so maybe we are interpreting it differently. There is no right or wrong in that, only perspectives.

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:00 PM

My turn to answer the rap
your hash rap is mad fake #tofu
suck my dragon balls call me #Goku
throw you over my back #judo
i'll help you up and throw you down again #Psuedo
thems jokes and im killin em #joker
running circles while you're weezing #smoker
im hanging over the building #clingtight
no it's your go #green light

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:12 PM

I'm a white boy, but my neck is red #haters
I put Miracle Whip on my Wonder Bread #stereotypes
My face is pale #vampire
Nah, I've never been in jail #lawabiding
Me and Buffy spend every winter at Vail #reunions
How many bitches have I slapped? Zero. #playa
And Martha Stewart happens to be my hero #classy
I grew up on a farm and I was born with no rhythm #redneck
Dr. Phil's my uncle and I like to hang with him #primetimeTV
I can't dance #LetsTango
I wear khaki pants #styling
My middle name's Lance #armstrong
My Grandma's from France #croissant
So maybe I'm wack #hatersgonnahate
'Cause my skin ain't black #profiling
But you can't talk smack #shaddup
'Cause whitey just struck back #gameover


In no way should this be taken seriously. Heh.

#39 Nova Force Nova

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:35 PM

Bonus points for reference.

#40 ThePhenomenalOne

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Posted 16 October 2012 - 01:36 PM

Scary Movie...3?




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