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Lil Wayne Says He Slept With Chris Bosh's Wife, Disses Miami Heat LOL


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#41 James Worthy

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Posted February 28, 2013 - 06:23 PM

Pitbull releases a diss to Lil Wayne caller Miami Welcome to Dade County... Haven't heard it yet

http://www.hiphopdx....lil-wayne-diss-

 

Mods, this is not a torrent.  Simply a site where you can listen to the streamed song legally.



#42 FranklinPeanuts

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Posted February 28, 2013 - 07:35 PM

Not impressed. I give him points for trying though.
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Posted February 28, 2013 - 09:32 PM

you just said all you know is Illmatic...
He has other great albums and since you haven't herd how consistant he's been through the years then you can't compare the two till you have

illmatic, it was written, the lost tapes, stillmatic, god's son, life is good + a few other ok ones

I also have every single tupac album on my iPod so like I said before I have zero bias... Im just a huge fan of hip hop and nas is much better

Rakim, nas, jay-z, pac, B.I.G.

I'm done comparing tupac and nas till there's a thread about top rappers

nas is more skilled on the mic and Pac has better personality/charisma

it depends on what you mean by "better"

i agree, nas has better wordplay and rhyme schemes in most of his songs, but when it comes to pac, his presence, intellect and his ability to "talk" to people of all races and walks of life? not everyone has that skill, and its something pac had..to many people pac wasnt just a rapper, his music spoke to them, and thats why many people regard him so high

when people think of pac, theyr most likely not talking about his ability to play with words, their talking about the subject matter of his songs, and thats why hes still remembered today..most of his songs are timeless

Edited by pkflyers, February 28, 2013 - 09:33 PM.


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