"HYFR" by Drake Featuring Lil Wayne Music Video
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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:18 pm to wildtigercat93
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No seriously that was absolutely terrible. Wayne had to have his face in a panda mask to hide his embarrassment. The fact you posted this video with it's own thread is ban worthy.




Trying...too....hard...

+1
Get a life dude!



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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 1:24 pm to JBeam
Why is Drake always so damn monotone? He always sounds awful. And Lil Wayne has never been able to sing. 2 most overrated rappers ever.


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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:30 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
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2 most overrated rappers ever.

Negative! Their lyrics are more creative than any other rappers. You may not like them, but they are actually great rappers. There is some real garbage played on the radio that some call music, but I think that they put out fairly good songs.



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Posted by AlxTgr on 4/10 at 1:31 pm to tkr1407
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lyrics
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creative
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rappers
lulz



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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 1:33 pm to tkr1407
Maybe today, but that is why rap is considered pretty bad today. And all they rap about is fricking and doing drugs. Drake can't rap about being gangster because he grew up in a middle class family in Canada and was on a popular tv show. And Lil Wayne sounds like an asthmatic patient. Modern day rap has killed the genre for me. Still like Eminem though. His lyrics destroy both of theirs.


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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:38 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
You want to talk about overrated.. Eminem's Recovery was probably the most overrated album I've heard in a while! I was highly disappointed, and I'm a Eminem fan!


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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 1:40 pm to tkr1407
I agree. I was fairly disappointed. But I still think he is the best MC out there and I would rather listen to Recovery then Lil Wayne and Drake. And I skip Eminems songs that have them in it.


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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:43 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
I'm not saying that you have to like them. I'm just saying that there are much worse alternatives! Real rap died with Biggie and Tupac! I wasn't even that much into rap when they were really popular because I was still young at the time, but after growing up and listening to their songs their lyrical content was just crazy!


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Posted by trillhog on 4/10 at 1:44 pm to tkr1407
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Negative! Their lyrics are more creative than any other rappers. You may not like them, but they are actually great rappers. There is some real garbage played on the radio that some call music, but I think that they put out fairly good songs.


they have no flow, "i'm the shit, toilet paper" is not creative. you know nothing about rap if you think drake is even remotely talented.

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I'm not saying that you have to like them. I'm just saying that there are much worse alternatives! Real rap died with Biggie and Tupac! I wasn't even that much into rap when they were really popular because I was still young at the time, but after growing up and listening to their songs their lyrical content was just crazy!


see this is the problem, these young whipper snappers weren't around when rap was coming on to the scene in an organic way.


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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 1:48 pm to tkr1407
Better lyrics then anything Wayne can do. And you can still find good rap today, you just have to search hard. And I was always under the impression that true gangsta rap died with Tupac and Biggie. Plus, I've always like bands like Bone Thugs and A Tribe Called Quest (one of the best rap groups of all time).

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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:49 pm to trillhog
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see this is the problem, these young whipper snappers weren't around when rap was coming on to the scene in an organic way.

What does this even mean??
I was saying how rap was better then! Why are you still trying to argue??



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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 1:53 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
A bunch of rappers do that! Even Wayne
This is Papoose LINK
Saigon LINK



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Posted by trillhog on 4/10 at 1:59 pm to tkr1407
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What does this even mean?? I was saying how rap was better then! Why are you still trying to argue??


i'm not arguing, i'm telling you, it means you didn't grow up when rap came out and what it was all about, your just listening to it second hand, so i could see where you don't get it.



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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 2:04 pm to trillhog
Just because I didn't grow up then doesn't mean that I don't know any old artists. I love old school rap, and listen to it all the time! I can definetly appreciate the foundation that they laid in the 80's and 90's, but that doesn't mean that ALL old school rappers were better than the ones today! A lot of them were whack arse artists too!


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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 2:08 pm to tkr1407
Papoose and Blackalicious both came out with their song in 99, but Wayne was almost a decade late. Just really not a fan of Wayne. Just found this gem.


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Posted by trillhog on 4/10 at 2:12 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
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Just found this gem.





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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 2:27 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
Some of his shite is retarded, and truthfully I'm not trying to make a case for him as being the best rapper alive. All I'm saying is that there are worse choices.. try this one on for size and get back to me..
LINK

This guy ACTUALLY has a big fan base..



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Posted by DrVinnyBoombatz on 4/10 at 2:31 pm to tkr1407
Haha one of the comments were, 'Damn son, where'd you find this?'. The trash.

Again, mainstream/modern rap is worthless and full of guys just looking for a paycheck. It's sad that rap is only 30 years old or so and already people are saying the best era of rap is behind them. It just seems in rap, there are a lot more crappy artists who are popular.



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Posted by tkr1407 on 4/10 at 2:35 pm to DrVinnyBoombatz
I agree, but that's how some things are. I really do hope that hip-hop will somehow get back to the ways of old, but it's not looking very good


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Posted by trillhog on 4/10 at 2:38 pm to tkr1407
rap started in a place where people were living a lifestyle and documenting it with their music, that doesn't exist often anymore.


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