February 23rd, 2012 at 12:14 pm
Today has a Friday feel.Nice weather for a good lunch with a window seat.Might as well get a drink as well.There’s a nice Chinese spot on the west side with a bar inside. The food is crack but why are Asians so racist?
^fuck you. co sig this tho. I was at the peking duck the same day I paid for that bad brasilian hoe, Im waiting outside for my food, bitch brings it to me on some , nigga dont be chilling in front of my establishment shit. Im not judging solely cuz she brought my food outside to me, bitch had a attitude.
I’m not too familiar w q music but I see he bubblin u might wanna check that plus rocky prolly show up X is washed up tix should be 10 bucks
Man fuck all that fuckboi hipster shit.
Do you realize what kind of show X will put on after he beams up?!?!
X has countless BANGERS on deck.
What Q and Asap gonna do after they run through all of their collective hit (yes, singular)?
February 23rd, 2012 at 12:37 pm
DMX will prolly be the better show, but the hoes at Q’s show will be like 8000 gazillion percent badder than at Earl’s show tho.
X has classics and great performer, but yeah Its probably gonna be a sausage fest (n) I doubt any women will be there.
tHe KiD fRaNKiE Says:
February 23rd, 2012 at 12:36 pm
More squandered career???
Dmx or B Sieg?
X’s shelf life was gonna be limited just because of the type of artist he is. His art is fueled by his demons in a sense.
I’m surprised he’s not dead, frankly.
Sigel had all the potential to be one of the great ones. He had all the intangibles, even though he was never properly marketed IMO. Dude lost focus way too early and he never even attained the heights X has seen.
X is a bigger falloff but Sig had more potential/talent
February 23rd, 2012 at 12:45 pm
You know, for a city that championed the chorus “Don’t Believe the Hype”, yall NYC’s really be going head over heals for any and every new hyped up piece of mediocracy that hits the airwaves.
^ Its a frustrating time for ny rappers. When it comes back up top a lot of dudes gon be killing themselves tho. Ny artists can imitate the south , west etc. Can they do the same?
This is a tough one bcuz we never know what max might have been. I can’t think he coulda got like crossover big plus jimmy slaved him he signed his life away. He obv was deep in the streets. Had he did some hooks or ghostwrite for large artist he coulda been major well never kno
Boosie (not a fan) has a huge following below the mason Dixon he was killin the chitlin circuit for years be mighta ate forever they love dude anywhere below NYC
When it comes back up top a lot of dudes gon be killing themselves tho. Ny artists can imitate the south , west etc. Can they do the same?
As long as you’ve got native New Yorkers deciding between NY rap legends or cheap Bone Thug rip offs, I don’t see NY rap establishing its long lost domination ANY time soon. I mean French is theeee NY representative right now, and I’m almost certain that nobody outside of NY even realizes that he’s from NY.
Russell Westbrook recently became only the third player in NBA history to rack up 5,000 points, 1,900 assists and 1,300 rebounds in their first 274 games…. The other two? Oscar Robertson and Magic Johnson….
Nah, I think you got us confused with Atlanta.
Not even. NYC is so desperate for attention and relevance in the game right now that it’s clinging on to anything. Gotham used to stand for something and set the standard. Now its own populace won’t even acknowledge a NY MC if he doesn’t have a Rick Ross feature or YMCAMJB cosign. Shit’s disgusting, b.
But we’re slowly showing we can do all kinda styles….
That’s the problem.
STOP dickriding everyone else’s culture, and be NYC again!!!
That “southpaw” shit had gone to far and, honestly has done more to hurt NYC’s image…. or whatever’s left of it.
Maybe to the masses these two are part of the handful of NY rappers people have some interest in today but lemme just say that NY underground rap is arguably the best non mainstream collective at the moment.
I think some of the underground/blog rap from New York could use a lil more mainstream light & I’m still waiting for “The Next One”, the new cat who’s gonna follow in the tradition of legends like Big, Hov & Nas and drop gems as well as hits and classic albums.
But again, times change and the reduced focus on lyricism & emphasis on melody in Hip-Hop means that we might never get the next Nas & a kid like ASAP Rocky could very well be the next Jay-Z, for this generation.
I’m still waiting to see if 50 can ever get his swagger back, will The Dips ever reclaim their spot, will the Lox ever put out Live, Suffer, Celebrate?
Can the next Jay-Z album possibly suck (or be more successful) then BP3?
NY Hip-Hop is more interesting to me now then it’s been in years.