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"SEAN P" or "PRODIGY"

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  • power_wisdompower_wisdom Posts: 2,490 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2017
    PRODIGY
    za'kiss wrote: »
    za'kiss wrote: »
    The Infamous & Hell Of Earth >>> Anything Sean P Ever Put Out As A Soloist Or Part Of Heltah Skeltah

    Yeah, but dropped a few more gems and then he stank it up for a decade. Sean P has been a beacon of consistency. Da Shinin' is a classic album, and Sean P's solo career >>> Prodigy's

    Da Shinin was Smiff$Wesson album not Heltah Skeltah. Prodigy had HNIC 1and 2, Return of the Mac and Albert Einstein. All solid or classic. Heard his latest album was dope, but I didn't hear it yet. And to be truthful after the first Mobb Deep album, none of them was wack. They range from good to classic.

    I meant Nocturnal. That's a classic. So is Da Shinin though.

    I prefer Sean P's solo albums. I think Monkey Barz is classic and Jesus Price Superstar and Mike Tyson are great.

    Prodigy fell off IMO toward the later part of his career with his flow, often not even rhyming his words and not rhyming to the beat, and his lyrics weren't as good.

    P fell off but made a comeback starting after Blood Money. You really see it on Free Agents. He was fully back on Return of the Mac. But Monkey Bars was a classic. The other 2 albums are great too.
    THE_R_
  • THE_R_THE_R_ Posts: 3,444 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited June 2017
    FREE AGENTS WAS IN '03 THO...
    BETWEEN INFAMY & AMERICAZ NIGHTMARE...

    I DO AGREE THAT ROTM WAS A RETURN TO FORM (NO PUN).
    SUCK MY DICK OUT OF ANIMOSITY
    power_wisdom
  • power_wisdompower_wisdom Posts: 2,490 ✭✭✭✭✭
    PRODIGY
    THE_R_ wrote: »
    FREE AGENTS WAS IN '03 THO...
    BETWEEN INFAMY & AMERICAZ NIGHTMARE...

    I DO AGREE THAT ROTM WAS A RETURN TO FORM (NO PUN).

    You're right.
  • WeazelWeazel Posts: 3,955 ✭✭✭✭✭
    SEAN P
    Which poster had worked with Sean P again?
    I forgot his name, but I would like to see his footage again.
  • dwade206dwade206 Posts: 11,559 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Meester wrote: »
    Both.

    Bustin a new nut on @R.D's moms collarbone everyday.
  • mosincrediblemosincredible Posts: 2,051 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited July 2017
    Weazel wrote: »
    Which poster had worked with Sean P again?
    I forgot his name, but I would like to see his footage again.

    @loch121





    Edit: Here's the actual song

    "This for my niggas that log on to AllHipHop / And listen to niggas they never heard cause they love hip hop" - Ab-Soul, "Passion", from Longterm Mentality 2

    YouTube | SoundCloud

    A beat I made in the spoiler if you happen to give a damn
    Weazelgenocidecutterpower_wisdom
  • WeazelWeazel Posts: 3,955 ✭✭✭✭✭
    SEAN P
    Weazel wrote: »
    Which poster had worked with Sean P again?
    I forgot his name, but I would like to see his footage again.

    @loch121





    Edit: Here's the actual song


    Appreciated my dude, thanks
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