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Mike Jones and Ron Artest are classic. The first two thirds of every song is
32 wrote:Exactly. Southern rap, for the most part, is all mainstream crap.
Rims, women, booze, da club!, shake yo ass!, money, trucks, throwbacks, grillz, diamonds, dancing in place while lip-synching in a music video... repeat.
Money wrote:I think Master P. ruined it for southern rappers. His West Coast Bad Boys 2 was classic, but then he started coming out with a new lame artist every week.
xbaywarrior wrote:Most southern rap seems worth listening depending who it is. Lil Wayne, T.I., Chamillionaire are a couple names I like.
xbaywarrior wrote:I liked Power of the Dollar, the flow was sick. His rhymes at the rise of his career had a real good flow to it. But then he lost that rapping "flow" and started beef with almost every rap artist he knows which is why I hate the current 50 cent, and like the old one.
xbaywarrior wrote:Yeah, I had a problem with most of Ja Rule's songs. I don't have a problem with Ashanti, but geez, how many times to you have to have her in your music along with a sh*t load of other R&B artists?
I don't know about the beef with Irv, but the one with Fat Joe was started because of the "Lean Back" joint. Fat Joe thought it was a way better club joint than 50's "In Da Club". And you know how 50 is these days when he hears the competition trying to be high egotist with their rhymes. Personally, I too believe "In Da Club" was a way better club joint than "Lean Back".
In 50's "Piggy Bank" song off the Bonus Version of his "Massacre" album, he pretty much points out main reasons why he has beef with those certain guys.