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TOPIC: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared???

is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 4 months ago #5914

...i think that real lyricists are afraid to show their true talent in a market that doesn't really shine a light on articulate verbiage, opting for the new club hit or mundane quotes repeated over and over with an almost brainwashing effect...the other day, i felt myself slipping into panda, while my panda was pandering pandas and panda's panda said panda...

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 4 months ago #5916

nope hip hop is alive...

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 4 months ago #5918

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Why not put dope lyrics over a dope beat?

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 4 months ago #5924

ITS STILL KICKING MAN HIP HOP IS NOT GOING ANYWHERE

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 2 months ago #5970

It isn't about "is hip hop dead?" fam.. For me, I'd say the real question is "Why are the audience sleeping on real talent real lyricism and not focusing on them at all"
There are many talented young freaks out there, lyrical beasts and true beats murderers.. Likes of A-F-R-O, Chris Rivers (Big Pun's son).. And there's still many hip hop figures who still make songs to this day: Immortal Technique (though his next album is about to drop soon but nobody knows exactly when LOL), Vinnie Paz, Common, R.A the Rugged Man, Kool G Rap (He made a heavyweight album with Necro calles "Once Upon A Crime"), Redman, Method Man...
Many DJs are still keeping it live, Dj Premier is still doing his thang, Tony Touch...
Hip hop is still hip hop! But the media isn't attracting people the way it did back then, that's why it became unpopular.
And people are no longer motivated to be a top lyricist like Rakim, MF Doom, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Nas...
All they want is the mony and the fame, and with the slightest effort, that's what's wrong in the industry
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Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 1 year, 2 months ago #5976

lyricists were killing the game so producers discovered it and now we making trap beats, pop EDMs where are those HipHop jams

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 4 months, 4 weeks ago #6038

nah hip hop lives

Re: is hip-hop dead, or are real lyricists scared??? 3 months, 2 weeks ago #6046

I believe we just need a new trend in hip hop something that totally flips the way of rap how it is now. DEADMuseik
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