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for example i've always thought paid in full and it takes a nation of millions were overrated. :kanyeshrug:
 

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abstraktraps said:
for example i've always thought paid in full and it takes a nation of millions were overrated. :kanyeshrug:
i think 80s hip-hop in general is overrated :kanyeshrug: i get that they innovated and i have respect for that, but i just don't understand that if we're judging them on the same platform, how Rakim can compete with a lyricist like DOOM, for example
 

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i think 80s hip-hop in general is overrated :kanyeshrug: i get that they innovated and i have respect for that, but i just don't understand that if we're judging them on the same platform, how Rakim can compete with a lyricist like DOOM, for example
you listened to Rakim? Probably not a good example of what your trying to say
 

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crimsonclear said:
i think 80s hip-hop in general is overrated :kanyeshrug: i get that they innovated and i have respect for that, but i just don't understand that if we're judging them on the same platform, how Rakim can compete with a lyricist like DOOM, for example
rakim really is one of the greatest lyricists of all time though

much better than doom
 

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Moseley said:
rakim really is one of the greatest lyricists of all time though

much better than doom
LastCallCD said:
you listened to Rakim? Probably not a good example of what your trying to say
I mean, I just feel that no matter how innovative Rakim was, I haven't heard a Paid in Full cut that approaches the level of lyricism you hear on, for example, Outkast's Return of the G.  I could be wrong, and i'm open to being proved wrong, but right now i'm having trouble puttign them on the same tier.
 

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I mean, I just feel that no matter how innovative Rakim was, I haven't heard a Paid in Full cut that approaches the level of lyricism you hear on, for example, Outkast's Return of the G.  I could be wrong, and i'm open to being proved wrong, but right now i'm having trouble puttign them on the same tier.
 
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