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Posted 4/17/08
I was reading an interview about Scarface (or Bun B... one of the two), and they brought up a good point: what else can a 16-year old rap about? Better this than talking about something negative and not-so-uplifting.
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Posted 4/20/08
Sometimes I need napkins for my bleeding ears after listening to his music.
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Posted 4/20/08

Lazy_Peon wrote:

I was reading an interview about Scarface (or Bun B... one of the two), and they brought up a good point: what else can a 16-year old rap about? Better this than talking about something negative and not-so-uplifting.


but thats a good point... but still i have heard kids around that age rap about more revelant things... not many but still... with no proper... (for lack of words....) education... where will his development as a musicain & person come from???
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Posted 4/20/08

Lazy_Peon wrote:

I was reading an interview about Scarface (or Bun B... one of the two), and they brought up a good point: what else can a 16-year old rap about? Better this than talking about something negative and not-so-uplifting.


Well that point makes fucking sense. Obviously most ppl @ that age doesn't know jack shit to rap about in their music (unless you've gone thru shit like Nas, etc.). The problem is these days, why are dumbasses paying money for this shit? That's the question right there. I understand about 1000 ppl buying this type of bullshit, but 100k+ ppl?! This fucking young generation......
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Posted 4/20/08

Lazy_Peon wrote:

I was reading an interview about Scarface (or Bun B... one of the two), and they brought up a good point: what else can a 16-year old rap about? Better this than talking about something negative and not-so-uplifting.


Well that makes sense. At the same time this lil one is tellin dudes to super soak hoes and superman them that aint to uplifting its rather negative. the point either Bun B or Scarface made makes a whole lot of sense. I guess if we hold our breaths when soulja boy matures then maybe hes gunna come at us with nice verses. I'm crossing my fingers!!!!
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Posted 4/20/08

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Lazy_Peon wrote:

I was reading an interview about Scarface (or Bun B... one of the two), and they brought up a good point: what else can a 16-year old rap about? Better this than talking about something negative and not-so-uplifting.


Well that makes sense. At the same time this lil one is tellin dudes to super soak hoes and superman them that aint to uplifting its rather negative. the point either Bun B or Scarface made makes a whole lot of sense. I guess if we hold our breaths when soulja boy matures then maybe hes gunna come at us with nice verses. I'm crossing my fingers!!!!


you could be doing much better things with those 2 fingers....

*note im not trying to be nasty.... but it just sounds that way....
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Posted 4/20/08
Soulja Boy is a joke. He is an embarrassment to Hip Hop.
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Posted 4/21/08
Not to mention music as a whole.
Posted 4/21/08
I guess when I say "negative," I meant at least he ain't talkin' about killing people and selling drugs. But then again, "negative" is all perspective.

I feel what you guys are saying, though. Here's to hoping that he'll make some good music in the future.
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Posted 4/21/08

Lazy_Peon wrote:

I guess when I say "negative," I meant at least he ain't talkin' about killing people and selling drugs. But then again, "negative" is all perspective.

I feel what you guys are saying, though. Here's to hoping that he'll make some good music in the future.


You mean "Here's to hoping that he'll STOP making music. I think that he won't be able to make good music. The kid doesn't know what real music is.
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Posted 4/26/08

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well, soulja boy is novelty rap, of course he will fade, but being the biggest embarssment . That honor goes to hammer and his fortune disappearing act. lol


HAMMER!!!!! WAS THE SHIT!!!!! back in the day.........lots of artist lost their money......TLC,Toni Braxton.........but Hammer had wayyyyy better music then this idiot!


HE IS THE ULTIMATE DOO-DOO HEAD DUMMY LOL!!!!


I love Hammer, i did not mean his music was an embarssment, shit i still have his music now!!!!. I meant his business affairs, a black man buying horses in Oakland!!! Come on.


Actually in some parts of the Bay Area, people still buy horses. Sometimes you see Richmond police riding on a horse. Berkeley too. Oakland...idk, it probably all depend on the area, because I can see it in the good, rich part. I wouldn't be supprised at all.
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Posted 4/26/08
As for the message in this song, I'm not supprised at the content, I mean remeber J-Kwon with Tipsy?

He was 16 at the time and look what he was talking about. Just because of their age, DOES NOT mean they have nothing to talk about or are limted to certain topics and are censored.
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Posted 4/26/08

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tri-ing30 wrote:


raja613 wrote:


tri-ing30 wrote:

well, soulja boy is novelty rap, of course he will fade, but being the biggest embarssment . That honor goes to hammer and his fortune disappearing act. lol


HAMMER!!!!! WAS THE SHIT!!!!! back in the day.........lots of artist lost their money......TLC,Toni Braxton.........but Hammer had wayyyyy better music then this idiot!


HE IS THE ULTIMATE DOO-DOO HEAD DUMMY LOL!!!!


I love Hammer, i did not mean his music was an embarssment, shit i still have his music now!!!!. I meant his business affairs, a black man buying horses in Oakland!!! Come on.


Actually in some parts of the Bay Area, people still buy horses. Sometimes you see Richmond police riding on a horse. Berkeley too. Oakland...idk, it probably all depend on the area, because I can see it in the good, rich part. I wouldn't be supprised at all.


In the late 80's Oakland's horse breeders, were not as sucessful as the horse breeders on the Upper East Coast. If he would invest his money, i would of thought his business mangers, would of informed him on that, beacuse he was buying race horses, not just for show.
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