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This is some real gay shit.
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Seeing Dre go from this: http://29.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lqgjymgYJw1qbw88xo1_500.jpg to his current image had to do a lot for Officer Ricky's hopes.
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Big misunderstand. She got arrested? Yeah, you got fucked up, Flav.
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Fuck this clown for real. Drake got some good songs, but y'all writers need to cut out the bullshit like Common just went after him. Drake caught feelings and demanded the beef. He got it and backed down like a bitch. That's bullshit. Why are y'all trying to excuse this behavior? Young Money payin' you guys or what?
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And what does that have to do with anything I said?
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You're talking about the original terms of the deal back in '98. That was then. Right now, they're just a subsidiary of a bigger record label like Shady Records or Bad Boy, but with more hands in their pot.
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I love how Bow Wow co-signs the Kim Kardashian fuckery after we've seen what she put Kris though (that naked Yoga instructor mess was something else) only to have Snoop just drop the sledgehammer on this bitch.
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Their biggest money maker is an imprint (Young Money) of an imprint (Cash Money) which are owned by Universal Motown. Everything their artists make are getting cut SIX ways: The artist, Young Money, Cash Money, Universal Music Group, Vivendi SA, (distributors:) Universal Republic Records & Universal Island Records. Roc Nation is partnered with Live Nation and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment. It owns Takeover Roc Nation out in London and StarRoc. Both Roc Nation and Takeover Roc Nation are also management companies as well as record labels.
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This, all fucking day.
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Okay, and? Jay was running Def Jam too at the time. He was the one who made the signing.
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I can't even take you seriously to respond to this stuff so I'ma just say this: Pac didn't make himself. Suge Knight made him a star and death made him legendary. You know how much 2-Pac sold while he was living? 9 million, over five albums. You know how much he sold after he died by 2004-2005? 36 million. And that information came from a special MTV was doing at the time. Don't even bother messing with Wikipedia because tons of people started copping his other albums after he died.
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You can say that with any GOOD rapper though. Some people just ain't got it like that.
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My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy was a better album than anything all four of them have ever even thought about making.
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Ran out of time to edit, but don't forget B.I.G. was trying to ensure everyone in his crew got on. Between his own albums, he was making sure Junior M.A.F.I.A. (1995) and Lil' Kim (1996) got their albums out, serving as Executive Producer on both albums.
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Quality over quantity. Pac couldn't go bar for bar with B.I.G. in any kind of way. Besides, Pac's walking nigga moment ass KNEW he was gonna wind up getting killed young because how he was acting. The output he had was because he KNEW he was gonna die. He also came into the game way earlier.
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That's a matter of opinion.
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Yeah, but he's still a West Coast artist and that East/West garbage was going heavy. I'd have been extremely careful about that as well.
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This is exactly what my thought process was on this shit.
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He signed with Hov. Can't rule shit out.
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Never thought I'd say this, but good call, 50.
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Damn, no one even mentioned Mos Def in any of these articles mentioned here?
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Except he wouldn't so I don't even have to answer that.
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It became okay to instigate when Drake started calling people out, demanding they make their disses more clear, dropping sublimals on those same people he was demanding direct disses from, gets a direct diss, and then just goes silent. Fuck that shit. And to be fair, he dared Pusha T to come at him, and dude fell back, denying the whole thing was directed at Drake. Common Sense was just the first person to ever call him out by name (the interview AFTER Drake's remarks at his concert).
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Pretty simple really. Drake talking reckless on that tattoo artist who put DRAKE on that girl's forehead for making fun of him and talked about wanting to find him, beat him up one on one and all that. I was reported about a week ago that Drake rolled up to his tattoo parlor with his security, STAYED INSIDE THE VEHICLE and had them make some threats. That's the definition of pussy. It supports exactly what people were saying about Drake, he hides behind other people.
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http://distilleryimage11.s3.amazonaws.com/b7da737c43a711e19e4a12313813ffc0_7.jpg You can tell she's a stripper, but if she got a clean bill of health, you wouldn't hit?
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