Don't group Lil Wayne with everyone. Not mine. Found on google.. Bl MY ‘ M Wren’ yir,., i,: j ARTS an LIGHTER. i dont wanna have to be THAT GUY, but wheres the funny? also, eminem was better in his shady days :p Don't group Lil Wayne with everyone Not mine Found on google Bl MY ‘ M Wren’ yir i : j ARTS an LIGHTER dont wanna have to be THAT GUY but wheres the funny? also eminem was better in his shady days :p
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - thatoneguywithskin
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i dont wanna have to be THAT GUY, but wheres the funny? also, eminem was better in his shady days :p
User avatar #5 to #4 - lloydisawesome [OP]
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haha fair call. Just making a point, in reply to all those metal vs rap posts. I have nothing against metal music, I just want to show that rap can be that deep and can be as talented.
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User avatar #7 to #6 - lloydisawesome [OP]
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YES!
that's all i have to say.
User avatar #1 - samxdaxman
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i miss this eminem. before recovery. infinite is one of my favorite albums.
User avatar #2 to #1 - lloydisawesome [OP]
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Yeah I agree, I won't lie I really like recovery. But his rap was so much more real in this era.
User avatar #3 to #2 - samxdaxman
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yes. recovery didnt really appeal to me. although eminem did introduce me to the underground. such as atmosphere, tech n9ne and others of equal or greater skill than him.