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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Emergency responders found Rick Ross unresponsive and breathing heavily in his Florida home. At this time, very few details have emerged on the circumstances of his condition.
    50 had something to say about this.

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    50 is on the sociopath spectrum

    Mind you I'm sure Ross has said some things about 50 over the years at the very least

    Wonder what caused this for Ross he's lost a lot of weight but then again 50s deleted post was implying this was drug related

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    cant say ive ever liked Ross hes like Chris Brown for me in that i made up my mind about their music first and for most long before theyre big career changing events made them the people they are today.

    that said there is a joylessness in the "Stay Schemin" beat that i keep coming back to

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    Otto Von Biz Markie
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    Rick Ross first came out rhyming Atlantic with Atlantic. If he never raps another word, he'll go down as one of the greatest of all-time. I can't think of another artistic quantum leap as significant.
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    This is probably apocryphal, but someone once told me that Rick Ross used to constantly call the Slip N Slide offices, begging Trick Daddy to put him on, and Trick would duck his phone calls until he finally relented. No clue if that's true, but that's the persistence dude had.
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    Otto Von Biz Markie
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    It's wild to think that Ross debuted on the Erick Sermon "Erick Onasis" album in 1999. It took seven full years to get from there to "Hustlin." And there was a Suave House deal in between. What a legend.
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    Otto Von Biz Markie
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    When "Mafia Music" dropped it forced even the most skeptical of us to admit that he'd finally put it all together. It was so undeniable that 50's repeated humiliations didn't matter. He started out in the late 90s calling himself Teflon Da Don and somehow really became that.

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    Edit God I'm boring when I'm sober
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    is crowley going to give us a bi-weekly/monthly rap roundup? top 10-30 tracks that you like that came out in that time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    LoL!

    Closest I ever got was creatine

    I can see the appeal of all that stuff for young (mainly) men, aside from the macho boost its a good way to discipline your life.


    (jump to 2:20)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CORP$EY View Post
    Kodak Black is v problematic but still one of the best new generation rappers wot i've heard



    Classic!
    Absolutely. When "When Vultures Cry" leaked, everyone was thinking it was a jail-phone recording, but it seems to not be the case? One of the weirdest and most original beats / styles I've heard in a minute.

    So funny watching him interact with his neighbours too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    is crowley going to give us a bi-weekly/monthly rap roundup? top 10-30 tracks that you like that came out in that time.
    Hell no

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    This is my fav. Kodak, solid summer tune.


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    This video made me want to own a polo shirt like Kodak's wearing

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    Some interesting stuff in this re conditions and culture in South Bronx that laid the ground hip hop

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?425793...op-began-bronx

    Runs through the usual "actually, there are four elements" bit at the beginning but goes onto lesser well wrung out oral histories and insight on the communities involved. Also available as podcast in the usual places

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