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First off, I wanna point out that J Cole and Kendrick are like Naruto and Sasuke, the groundbreaking protagonists who defeated the most overpowered, chaining up the ladder (being said has potential to defeat these annoying artists.
Orochimaru x Nikki Minaj: I can say for one, Nikki Minaj popped out the dirt ass of Coney Island, Brooklyn (Im also from Brooklyn but, screw it.) Coming out with weird and pointless videos that destroyed the hip hop genre, always trying to experiment retarded styles and lame acts with messages of no meaning. Just like how Orochimaru always conducted experiments with jutsu trying to take over the shinobi world, but failed. Makes sense?
Pain x Lil Wayne: Its always a pain to hear him around in media. (Get it??) Lame pun. Constantly repetitive and giving blood clots to your brain, Lil Wayne's music is plain garbage. He single handedly DESTROYED the rap game with one single, just like Pain destroyed the Hidden Leaf, with Chibaku Tensei. Pain always talked about how he was butthurt in pain OVER, AND OVER AGAIN. Just as Lil wayne raps about his money, slutty girls, and Trukfit OVER AND OVER AGAIN.
Madara Uchiha x Drake: Now getting a little nitty gritty in the dirt. Madara Uchiha, one of the most powerful shinobi, and one of the most crucial antagonists to the story of Shippuden. Drake. At the top of the rap game (because people praise rich rappers who praise materialistic meaning and stupid dancing) going left and right as if he can destroy anyone. Think of Madara and Guy Sensei (Drake vs Meek Mill) -----------> Meek Mill gave his all to end Drake, but somehow Drake came on top. As if he has the power of the Ten-Tails in him. Thats just crap. Now its just him at the top. But now, think of this. Madara was underpowered by one person... meaning there will be another annoying rapper to come up top above Drake.
If Kaguya overpowered Madara, imagine what stupid f*** will be above Drake? I can only wait to find out. (Hint the Sarcasm.)
@LadyExperiment That is just your view of of rap. Not all rap is about sex, violence, and drugs. One of the best rappers to use as an example of having heartfelt songs is Eminem. He has a lot of songs that talk about his life growing up, his little girls, and his married life. And even some of the songs that seem like they are only about drugs and violence are the rappers subtle way of saying how they became involved in the "hood life" while they were still not famous. Particular songs to use as examples for not being related to sex, drugs, and violence directly are "Rollout (My Business)" by Ludacris and "If I Can't" by 50 Cent. Now to make a closing debate topic in the defense of rap: Rap stands for Rhythm and Poetry. Poetry is art in the form of literature and speaks volumes of what is on the writer's mind without ever actually saying it. This is what makes rap unique in it's genre. While most genres, such as country and rock (which is a genre that is also filled with sex, drugs, and violence so I don't see how you can put rap down so harshly), will tell the listener, or one person, more directly about what is going on rap doesn't have to do that because it is more of a form of open mic poetry. The subject may be clear but to whom the subject is directly to is unclear. It could be about the rapper, their friend or family member, or it could be to the listener in general. My favorite rap trio shows this side the best. Bliss n Eso has three full albums about nothing except why you should be yourself, why they will never listen to the haters and you shouldn't either, how the government can be oppressive to the creative individual, why not to conform or give up what you believe to be right, and how, no matter what, you should always believe in yourself and never let anyone else bring you down. While BnE's first two albums were incredibly raunchy (and most are written in a way to make you smile or laugh), they started to show these qualities until they introduced what I view as their mascot and what I like to call The Dreamer, but I digress. I used to only listen to classic rock and Oldies, with a good mix of new rock, 90s, punk, alternative, and indie rocks. Bliss n Eso was the only artist group, however, that got me through high school without saying, "Fuck it. This is the day I don't give two shits and a piss and kill everyone." Ever since then I have added all genres to my music collection. I don't have has much country to my music because listening to that for too long can make me depressed. Before I go, let me clarify: I'm not dogging on your opinion but I all trying to suggest that perhaps you should listen to more than just the Anaconda remix song or "ass, ass, ass, ass" before saying that is all a genre is. Or use to look at the subtle meanings of lyrics instead of only listening to what you hear, because that's not truly listening.
@tslash0 I listen to a lot of old school hip-hop. That includes Wu-Tang Clan, Cypress Hill, Beastie Boys, The Fugees. I can go on for days. And some pretty recent artists such as Kid Cudi, Hopsin, Earl Sweatshirt, Nas, Cassidy, and surpisingly Drake, but more his underground music from before he became ridiculously successful. However, it was a joke to have a crack-up. It wasnt meant to be taken seriously. @LadyExperiment, I understand where you're coming from to an extent. You see, I listen to a lot of rock too. And just like old school rap, I listen to 70's and 80's Rock. Bands we know well such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Styx, Lynard Skynard, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Billy Joel, The Steve Matthews Band. Im deep in with music, but I search for relative meaning and interpret it. Believe it or not, I write lyrics myself. I can't say Im good because Im not another person. I write, and discuss topics that go on in the world and how we can change it, life experiences both light and dark, random topics with decent comparisons and groundbreaking life changes Ive made. In a way, I plan to put my productions out with a goal to change the perspective of Hip-Hop. I seen an interview with R.A. the Rugged Man, and he stated that Hip-Hop changed. Nobody listens to it for life interpretation or because they love and respect Hip-Hop itself, but rather the fact that they listen to artists who are up top and have money. Mainstreamers enjoy hearing the same messages I guess, but with me, I like to go deep, thinking there's a vast world. @RodneyYoung @Josuawhaley @BossDominata Thanks guys, I appreciate it.
I'm sorry this is plain out stupid and has nothing to do with true anime loving. trying to mix two completely different forms of entertainment is just ridiculous unless your taking WuTang who actually DOES THAT and makes more sense. this whole post is just annoying and I mean this in the most loving way because I love all my fellow anime lovers and otaku but this is out of line and a waste of time. can't even believe you took all that time to write and post this on an anime site. Smh
@tslash0 I apologize as well. I tend to focus on the negative side of rap and tend to forget about the good rap music. I personally just have never liked it because of personal reasons in my past which I do not wish to share on the internet.
this is horrible
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