Ya’ll feel like that concept on renegading someone on a track gets taken to far? Like I can imagine a rapper taking a dope guest verse off a song, or not collab’n with certain artists just to save face.
^Shit happens sometimes… LL and Canibus is the biggest example of this that i can think of
i agree wit artists gettin taken offsongs for this reason but LL and Canibus shit was a little different…more miscommunication wit the whole issue of gettin a mic tatted
I now I’m a bit late with this but fuck the nigga that said fuck pac…
biggie was a great lyricist but pac was a wayyy better rapper…someone who doesn’t like rap would rather listen to a pac song then a biggie song…biggie’s bars were dope but pac invited you in his world and really showed emotions on the track….
I been having this discussion with my friends these past days so I had to comment on it…..
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