regarding rick ross' verse on accidental murderers, it honestly had nothing to do with anything relating to the song. i know to not expect much from ricky rozay but i hoped he could at least stay on subject.
I mean, you're right about that. But, I do think that he's capable of being a good rapper. That's not to say anything about the authenticity surrounding who he makes himself out to be. He will never achieve artistic success in the way that Nas is capable of, partly because of that same reason. However, he can write decently, certainly well enough to keep his persona and his position afloat long enough to keep making money. He's nowhere near the caliber that Nas is, but, I do think that he has unique, appealing voice. Plus there are so many fantastic producers that line up to work with him, so even if just for the production, his music is worth checking out. That being said, I think that particular verse was one of Ross' best in recent memory. And it's definitely going to be one of the most important verses in his career; because when no one is listening to Ross' albums anymore, they will hear him on that Nas track.
New Lloyd Banks mixtape is dope too.
Before they get a chance, I'm on the next exit
pockets still swoll like a ***** 9 months pregnant
That's right lady, that's what you get for letting him out here with killas!
Last edited by XcharlieMANSON : 07-24-2012 at 05:48 PM.
^i completely agree. ross' style def has its appeal and there's alot of people who like his style. i respect that. my complaint was that nas put ross on a song where his rapping doesnt fit in. ross can drop ignorant i got money **** like champ, but when you put him on a song that has a serious subject matter like that if sounds really out of place. ross could have at least tried to stay on subject though. dude straight up didnt give a ****
asap rocky and kenrdick are gonna have concerts close to my school. def gonna try to go to both of those
also fabolous is nice. soul tape is def downloading
dont know if yall would be interested but Beats, Rhymes, Life, the ATCQ documentary is free on demand, ****s a really interesting watch and funny as hell. madlib does the soundtrack, so theres dope beats throughout