Old School V. New School

Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 11:30 AM By: C-MuR

Yes I am 18 but I live on music, I have to listen to the new albums but I would have to say my opinion is that the old stuff was a lot better, it had more meaning, and more entertaining. The new stuff today is not much to me, I like some of it just not a lot of it, some of it just has people bragging what they got and they are so hot, has some 16 or 17 year old that sounds like his huevos hasn't dropped, and some crazy chick singing about some shit and wearing some crazy shit, this is all my opinion so I'm going to quit bitchin and let you guys talk..

  1. C-MuR avatar

    On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 1:42 PM, C-MuR said:

    I 100 persent agree this dude in my vo-tech class (automotive collision) said to play weeze when me n my bud was listening to some non main streem rap n some xzibit n i was like fuck that id rather listen to good shit then hyped up stuff that takes space from people that should be played, im turning 19 soon i asked for a mp3 player or ipod with more space on it because my itunes has more than 8 gigs on it top on my list is Pac, but now i just want some money or somthing to drink with my friends, last year this one kid commented on my post on facebook that i broke the 300 mark of 2pac songs and he start sayin weezy is better and pac is old and i showed him that weezy has nothing on Pac, and dude you can spell what ever way you want man no discriminatin on here man..

  2. Zeljkec avatar

    On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 4:12 AM, Zeljkec said:

    I agree with you too, Old school had way more meaning then you hear now days. I listen to some of the new shit but I prefer old school anyday.

  3. jbeezo avatar

    On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 2:17 AM, jbeezo said:

    its all a setup, people like lil wayne, solja boy and t pain are not wat rap is about. rap is about poor geto people faceing life chalanges, not some spoiled rich kids talkin bout im so raw im so rich.
    because u no wat im broke as fuck, and dont want to hear ur prepy ass rap.
    i think there are people who dont like rap music trying to kill it, giving these kids rap careers they dont deserve in hopes of ruining rap.
    i just want u guys to know i just turned 18 and im not one of these mainsteram fans that fucked up rap, i will never bump lil wayne t pain ti or any bitch made rapper. srry for the speling

  4. C-MuR avatar

    On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 6:25 PM, C-MuR said:

    i agree 120% but i got a lot of the old school rap but i been starting to listen to some Tom Petty and some of the old rock mostly because i was brought up with the old music, but nothin beats some nwa, eazy-e, and definatly some Pac..

  5. mav72 avatar

    On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 11:03 PM, mav72 said:

    Yea, it's good to listen to the old greats, know the evolution or rap, and then try and improve your skills to surpass them... Eric B & Rakim, Boogy Down Productions, Public Enemy, Ice T, King T, Too $hort, NWA, etc.... Shoot even 2 Live crew's non booty music... lol

    I still bump The Fat Boys "Human Beat Box" (RIP) in my car and people look at me funny... LOL

    Shoot you know what I want to hear? I want to hear WC do a song over a beat box song where he'd just go off like only he can do...


  6. Ca$hOnly avatar

    On Mon, Sep 13, 2010 at 1:33 PM, Ca$hOnly said:

    i'm 18 too and believe me that wacka flocka, soulja, weezy & gucci ain't the type of shit i wanna hear
    i like to listen to the rappers that been true to da game, that did somethin for hip-hop and believe me i ain't ashamed to pump up the volume with some '88 N.W.A. or '91 Public Enemy or shit like that

  7. C-MuR avatar

    On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 8:54 PM, C-MuR said:

    hell yea man im trying to make a career in rapping but i aint takin tha route others takin one guy i know said my stuff sounds old schoolish n i need to make it like new school but new school is fake and i have no recording booth im just using garageband app on the mac my school give me, some people say i suck and they dont give some one a chance when they just started look at pac, dre, cube, snoop they all didnt just start to be a hit they took time now look they are shining bright in the buisness..

  8. mav72 avatar

    On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 6:05 PM, mav72 said:

    I too think the old stuff is better... I think there's an over saturation of rappers in the game today but there's no quality control and record companies dictate what's hot instead of people deciding for themselves... Some of the younger generation rap fans wont even listen to the older stuff just because it's old so they don't have any basis on what talent is. They're only interested in a hook and a beat and if it can make "b*tches" dance...

    There are a few newer rappers that I think are dope and could be put up there with the greats but they are few and a couple of them that I listen to are even throwbacks.


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