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KevinGates
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This is getting stupid Kendrick Lamar is becoming an attnention whore so freaking overrated





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dawg4lyfe
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This is getting stupid Kendrick Lamar is becoming an attnention whore so freaking overrated

So mad






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trillhog
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re: We might have a rap beef on our hands


drank. po up!





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KevinGates
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I think drake would destroy kendrick in a fight little 5"5 midget





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Mugen
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Dude, what the hell is wrong with you? Why are you getting so defensive over a grown man whom you have never met before?





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Kayhill Brown
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I like Kendrick and Drake. But Kendrick is definitely the better rapper and artist of the two. But I guess it wasn't even directed at Drake so who cares?


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KevinGates
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Dude, what the hell is wrong with you? Why are you getting so defensive over a grown man whom you have never met before?



same reason you dedicate hours and hours to random football teams for players who don't know you exist and have never met you






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Rickety Cricket
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I think drake would destroy kendrick in a fight little 5"5 midget

If by destroy you mean such Kendrick's dick, then I agree.






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CaptainPanic
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same reason you dedicate hours and hours to random football teams for players who don't know you exist and have never met you

Are you referring to LSU? Most of the devotion to LSU is through Alumni or students. So there's that.

Or are you referring to the Saints? Most of their devotion comes from the residents of New Orleans or areas surrounding. So there's that.

What's your connection to Drake? You're not from Canada. You came across his little mixtape when you were maybe 16 and haven't got off your knees since






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GreatLakesTiger24
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KevinGates

you should post on the OT. you would love it.






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337Guy
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Kendrick doesn't need a feature from Drake
Not anymore, but Drake did put Kendrick on.
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He's already well respected by better artists

Who right now at this exact moment would be a better feature than Drake? I'll wait.






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HeadyBrosevelt
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Who right now at this exact moment would be a better feature than Drake? I'll wait.


In all seriousness, Phish.






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337Guy
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Shutup. You sound stupid. The gratification people receive from music can be the same as that of what people get from football.
Ties have nothing to do with it.






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337Guy
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In all seriousness







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HeadyBrosevelt
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Phish just played three sold out shows with 100,000 people in Denver.

Drake can't sell out the New Orleans Arena with its staggering capacity of 16,000

You know nothing about music, frickhead.






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CaptainPanic
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The gratification people receive from music can be the same as that of what people get from football.
Absolutely
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Ties have nothing to do with it.
with Football? Almost always unless you're a bandwagoner.






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337Guy
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When's the last time Phish had a #1 Billboard Hip-Hop/Rap song?
You probably think you're funny but you're really not.
Stay within the genre, thanks.






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337Guy
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with Football? Almost always unless you're a bandwagoner.
Yes.
With Hip-Hop and Rap? A lot of times not.






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HeadyBrosevelt
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When's the last time Phish had a #1 Billboard Hip-Hop/Rap song?


Concert sales are more important than record sales. This is 2013. Radio "hits" don't matter. The internet killed it. The only people who listen to FM radio are poor people who can't afford internet and idiots with no taste like you.



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337Guy
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So you're telling me that in hip-hop today concert sales are more important to notoriety and popularity than record sales/radio plays?






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