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Just not on the level of the great one Nas

Nas pays homage to such a classic and bridges the gap and his lyrical content explores it on such track while Jay and Ye talk about $ on a Otis track and don't pay respect
 

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Nah Nas has made some major mistakes in his career his Untitled album was s
Trash but I'm just saying bridging the gap was soul and Nas does right on track
 

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Just want to know if there is any meaning behind Otis like these lines

Keep integrity at every cost, and his home was Natchez Mississippi
Did it like Miles and Dizzy, now we gettin' busy
Bridging The Gap from the blues, to jazz, to rap
The history of music on this track
Born in the game, discovered my father's music
Like Prince searchin' through boxes of Purple Rain
But my Minneapolis was The Bridge, home of the Superkids
 

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haterlikestar said:
Just not on the level of the great one Nas

Nas pays homage to such a classic and bridges the gap and his lyrical content explores it on such track while Jay and Ye talk about $ on a Otis track and don't pay respect
I agree that Nas did a better job. I wouldn't praise him all that much though.
 

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Oh ok I was unaware you had to have deep introspective lyrics throughout the song just because you use a soul sample. I guess I'm an idiot :facepalm2:
 

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Oh ok I was unaware you had to have deep introspective lyrics throughout the song just because you use a soul sample. I guess I'm an idiot :facepalm2:
So you shouldn't pay respect ? To a classic artist such as Otis
 
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