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What is the best album and the worst album from your fave rapper just 1 album for best and worst

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  • GunTownGunTown Posts: 3,489
    Lol how people getting flagged in here and they just dropped they opinion?


    Thread says fave rapper not rappers so the thread clearly says 1 rapper

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    1. Eminem
    2. Z-Ro
    3. B.o.B
    4. DMX
    5. 50 Cent
    6. Kid Cudi
    7. Max B
    8. Devin The Dude
    9. Rich Homie Quan
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  • mryounggunmryounggun Loading up my Grey Matter Glock Posts: 13,451 ✭✭✭✭✭
    GunTown wrote: »
    Lol how people getting flagged in here and they just dropped they opinion?


    Thread says fave rapper not rappers so the thread clearly says 1 rapper

    Since when is niggas sticking to the thread topic on here though? Let's not do the shit when it's convenient. I bring that point up all the time and niggas be ready to catch a body. Don't bring that shit up NOW. Lol.
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  • mryounggunmryounggun Loading up my Grey Matter Glock Posts: 13,451 ✭✭✭✭✭
    mryounggun wrote: »
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    Jay:
    Best: RD
    Worst: Dynasty (probably)

    You wildin' with this one bruh. Dynasty is a good-great album IMO. How you pick that before BP3, Kingdome Come, BP2 (not that bad but clearly too much filler & the overall sound was too off & glossy for Jay, minus a couple songs) etc?

    I said 'probably' because I think Vol 3 is on the same level as Dynasty. It's not a BAD album, but I could take it or leave it.

    I actually like BP3 a lot. What exactly was wrong with that album? Let's talk about it. I hear a lot of cats shitting on it but I don't ever hear anyone say why specifically. What songs were sack on there?

    As far as Kingdom Come, there are a lot of strong songs on there, very few shitty songs and a few mediocre joints. It's definitely listenable. What records on there you think are terrible?

    I ain't letting this shit go. Somebody get in here and tell me what's so shitty about BP3.
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  • GunTownGunTown Posts: 3,489
    mryounggun wrote: »
    GunTown wrote: »
    Lol how people getting flagged in here and they just dropped they opinion?


    Thread says fave rapper not rappers so the thread clearly says 1 rapper

    Since when is niggas sticking to the thread topic on here though? Let's not do the shit when it's convenient. I bring that point up all the time and niggas be ready to catch a body. Don't bring that shit up NOW. Lol.

    yeah it's true a lotta threads get off topic i don't see why he had to put Nas tho dude just had to pick wat he feels was Jays best and worst album
    Top 10 Greatest Of All Time Hip-Hop Artists/Musicians

    1. Eminem
    2. Z-Ro
    3. B.o.B
    4. DMX
    5. 50 Cent
    6. Kid Cudi
    7. Max B
    8. Devin The Dude
    9. Rich Homie Quan
    10. Wiz Khalifa





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  • SnuffDaddySnuffDaddy Posts: 1,449 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited December 2013
    mryounggun wrote: »
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    Jay:
    Best: RD
    Worst: Dynasty (probably)

    You wildin' with this one bruh. Dynasty is a good-great album IMO. How you pick that before BP3, Kingdome Come, BP2 (not that bad but clearly too much filler & the overall sound was too off & glossy for Jay, minus a couple songs) etc?

    I said 'probably' because I think Vol 3 is on the same level as Dynasty. It's not a BAD album, but I could take it or leave it.

    I actually like BP3 a lot. What exactly was wrong with that album? Let's talk about it. I hear a lot of cats shitting on it but I don't ever hear anyone say why specifically. What songs were sack on there?

    As far as Kingdom Come, there are a lot of strong songs on there, very few shitty songs and a few mediocre joints. It's definitely listenable. What records on there you think are terrible?

    I kinda feel the same way about "Kingdome Come" that you do about "Dynasty". It's not a horrible album but it's not a highlight either IMO. Plus there are some wack joints on there IMO.

    As far a "BP3", c'mon son. You know you wouldnt feel the same way if it wasnt a Jigga album. I fucked with "D.O.A.". & "Empire State Of Mind". "Real As It Gets", "Already Home", "Thank You" were cool & i guess "Run This Town" was aight for what it was, which generally aint for me.

    Sonically - weak, IMO. He clearly was trying to experiment & found a sound that were familiar to the mainstream, which necessarely aint bad, but in this case it was. Even the album cover kinda hints at it. Lyrically - very mediocre, minus maybe songs like "D.O.A." & another one here & there & things like that

    That's the thing. "Kingdome Come" definitely had better lyricism & topics compared to "BP3". "BP3" was just weak.
    Tape Deck

    "Get Down (Q-Tip Remix) " [Craig Mack, '94]
    "It Ain't Pt. 2" [Scarface, '00]

    cnn
    beanie the truth
    group home
    freddie foxx
    gang starr
    what a shame royal flush
    sticky fingaz/onyx
    scarface
    mop
    goodie mob angelic war
    fat joe the hidden hand
    freddie foxxx so tough
    dead prez turn off the radio
    az betcha dont know
    az beanie sigel thats real
    next friday soundtrack (pharaoe monch, isley brothers, wyclef, ja rule, eminem, krayzie bone, big tymers etc)
    craig mack jockin my style
    cormega love is love
    cypress hill 16 men
    luniz so much drama
    wc daz blam blam
    50 cent glow of a thug
    az just because
    bone thugs pod
    bone thugs sweet jane
    fat joe success
    lox life shit
    de la soul trying people
    the lox living off eXperience OX “Living Off eXperience
    ll cool j ill bomb
    method man redman da rockwilder
    poor righteous teachers my three wives
    bg i know
    terror squad rudeboy salute
    lox
    shyne
    lox thumbs up

    Trick Daddy
    Dr Dre ft Eminem
    Nas Reach Out
    JayZ Hey Papi


    Outkast
    Big Boi
    Eastsidaz Pussy Sells/Life Goes On
    trick daddy
    nore thugs r us
    mop my nigga hill figga
    the murderers we gettin high/murderers
    memphis bleek
    jayz change the game
    gang starr
    mop
    heavy d
    prodigy
  • mryounggunmryounggun Loading up my Grey Matter Glock Posts: 13,451 ✭✭✭✭✭
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    Jay:
    Best: RD
    Worst: Dynasty (probably)

    You wildin' with this one bruh. Dynasty is a good-great album IMO. How you pick that before BP3, Kingdome Come, BP2 (not that bad but clearly too much filler & the overall sound was too off & glossy for Jay, minus a couple songs) etc?

    I said 'probably' because I think Vol 3 is on the same level as Dynasty. It's not a BAD album, but I could take it or leave it.

    I actually like BP3 a lot. What exactly was wrong with that album? Let's talk about it. I hear a lot of cats shitting on it but I don't ever hear anyone say why specifically. What songs were sack on there?

    As far as Kingdom Come, there are a lot of strong songs on there, very few shitty songs and a few mediocre joints. It's definitely listenable. What records on there you think are terrible?

    I kinda feel the same way about "Kingdome Come" that you do about "Dynasty". It's not a horrible album but it's not a highlight either IMO. Plus there are some wack joints on there IMO.

    As far a "BP3", c'mon son. You know you wouldnt feel the same way if it wasnt a Jigga album. I fucked with "D.O.A.". & "Empire State Of Mind". "Real As It Gets", "Already Home", "Thank You" were cool & i guess "Run This Town" was aight for what it was, which generally aint for me.

    Sonically - weak, IMO. He clearly was trying to experiment & found a sound that were familiar to the mainstream, which necessarely aint bad, but in this case it was. Even the album cover kinda hints at it. Lyrically - very mediocre, minus maybe songs like "D.O.A." & another one here & there & things like that

    That's the thing. "Kingdome Come" definitely had better lyricism & topics compared to "BP3". "BP3" was just weak.

    Good shit. This is what I'm talking about.

    But be more specific though. What songs you think were sack? Everything besides the ones you named?

    Because 'Star Is Born' was dope, in concept and execution. Both Jay and Cole were spitting.

    He was SPITTING real shit on 'On to the next one'. Especially that last verse.

    I could take leave 'Off That' sonically. But he was spitting a bit on it.

    Venus vs Mars I could take or leave but it wasn't a BAD record.

    Once you get past the wack Hook on 'Hater's, be was spitting. Especially his first verse.

    Reminder was dope in concept and execution, as well.

    I think the issue here is that a lot of niggas feel like different = bad. To me, he got busy on BP3 front to back.
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  • GetoBoyGetoBoy M.O.B. Posts: 3,879 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Jay Z

    Best: Blueprint
    Worst: Blueprint 3
    (I personally don't think it's a bad album at all but if you made me choose my LEST favorite it'd be this one)
  • GunTownGunTown Posts: 3,489
    Damn this low key turned into a Jay Z thread and as is obvious by now i'm not a fan of Jay Z's music at all lol
    Top 10 Greatest Of All Time Hip-Hop Artists/Musicians

    1. Eminem
    2. Z-Ro
    3. B.o.B
    4. DMX
    5. 50 Cent
    6. Kid Cudi
    7. Max B
    8. Devin The Dude
    9. Rich Homie Quan
    10. Wiz Khalifa





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  • SnuffDaddySnuffDaddy Posts: 1,449 ✭✭✭✭✭
    mryounggun wrote: »
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    SnuffDaddy wrote: »
    mryounggun wrote: »
    Jay:
    Best: RD
    Worst: Dynasty (probably)

    You wildin' with this one bruh. Dynasty is a good-great album IMO. How you pick that before BP3, Kingdome Come, BP2 (not that bad but clearly too much filler & the overall sound was too off & glossy for Jay, minus a couple songs) etc?

    I said 'probably' because I think Vol 3 is on the same level as Dynasty. It's not a BAD album, but I could take it or leave it.

    I actually like BP3 a lot. What exactly was wrong with that album? Let's talk about it. I hear a lot of cats shitting on it but I don't ever hear anyone say why specifically. What songs were sack on there?

    As far as Kingdom Come, there are a lot of strong songs on there, very few shitty songs and a few mediocre joints. It's definitely listenable. What records on there you think are terrible?

    I kinda feel the same way about "Kingdome Come" that you do about "Dynasty". It's not a horrible album but it's not a highlight either IMO. Plus there are some wack joints on there IMO.

    As far a "BP3", c'mon son. You know you wouldnt feel the same way if it wasnt a Jigga album. I fucked with "D.O.A.". & "Empire State Of Mind". "Real As It Gets", "Already Home", "Thank You" were cool & i guess "Run This Town" was aight for what it was, which generally aint for me.

    Sonically - weak, IMO. He clearly was trying to experiment & found a sound that were familiar to the mainstream, which necessarely aint bad, but in this case it was. Even the album cover kinda hints at it. Lyrically - very mediocre, minus maybe songs like "D.O.A." & another one here & there & things like that

    That's the thing. "Kingdome Come" definitely had better lyricism & topics compared to "BP3". "BP3" was just weak.

    Good shit. This is what I'm talking about.

    But be more specific though. What songs you think were sack? Everything besides the ones you named?

    Because 'Star Is Born' was dope, in concept and execution. Both Jay and Cole were spitting.

    He was SPITTING real shit on 'On to the next one'. Especially that last verse.

    I could take leave 'Off That' sonically. But he was spitting a bit on it.

    Venus vs Mars I could take or leave but it wasn't a BAD record.

    Once you get past the wack Hook on 'Hater's, be was spitting. Especially his first verse.

    Reminder was dope in concept and execution, as well.

    I think the issue here is that a lot of niggas feel like different = bad. To me, he got busy on BP3 front to back.

    @bolded

    That's true, but in general. I don't feel like i've ever been one of those ppl, even on here.

    To answer your question, "Ghetto Techno", "Hate" were wack. Songs you mentioned were pretty mediocre tho, talmbout "Off That", "Reminder" & all that. The thing is the supposed "good songs" just doesnt stand out that much too me. They might be good relatively, but doesnt make those good songs outside of that.

    Tape Deck

    "Get Down (Q-Tip Remix) " [Craig Mack, '94]
    "It Ain't Pt. 2" [Scarface, '00]

    cnn
    beanie the truth
    group home
    freddie foxx
    gang starr
    what a shame royal flush
    sticky fingaz/onyx
    scarface
    mop
    goodie mob angelic war
    fat joe the hidden hand
    freddie foxxx so tough
    dead prez turn off the radio
    az betcha dont know
    az beanie sigel thats real
    next friday soundtrack (pharaoe monch, isley brothers, wyclef, ja rule, eminem, krayzie bone, big tymers etc)
    craig mack jockin my style
    cormega love is love
    cypress hill 16 men
    luniz so much drama
    wc daz blam blam
    50 cent glow of a thug
    az just because
    bone thugs pod
    bone thugs sweet jane
    fat joe success
    lox life shit
    de la soul trying people
    the lox living off eXperience OX “Living Off eXperience
    ll cool j ill bomb
    method man redman da rockwilder
    poor righteous teachers my three wives
    bg i know
    terror squad rudeboy salute
    lox
    shyne
    lox thumbs up

    Trick Daddy
    Dr Dre ft Eminem
    Nas Reach Out
    JayZ Hey Papi


    Outkast
    Big Boi
    Eastsidaz Pussy Sells/Life Goes On
    trick daddy
    nore thugs r us
    mop my nigga hill figga
    the murderers we gettin high/murderers
    memphis bleek
    jayz change the game
    gang starr
    mop
    heavy d
    prodigy
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