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  • #31
    If you 2 dont like him den what ya doin in this thread...it does say eminem before you click on it!

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    • #32
      we comin in here to say eminem is crap, and hopefully he dont bring out no more tunes!
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      • #33
        He's a producer, so many new hip hop tunes e.g 50cent, would have been produced by him, so if you dont like his tunes, then there are many new artists that you aint gona like!

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        • #34
          50 cent is another **** rapper with those poppy commercial hooks.
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          • #35
            You dont like hip hop, what you listen to...Britney...oh Britney?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Kaniff
              You dont like hip hop, what you listen to...Britney...oh Britney?

              i like hip-hop, u like pop, stick with ur eminems and 50 cents man.
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              • #37
                Originally posted by La-Casbah_com
                i like hip-hop, u like pop
                It dont sound like it, all you got to say to rap is..."I hate it" over an over!

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                • #38
                  ok kids stop this right now

                  if you are going to have an argument about hiphop then do it properly !! Eminem and 50CENT are just 1% of it !!..come on get over it,there are so many different rappers out there, the above do NOT define a whole art form!

                  by the way I'm going to see Curtis Blow and Lord of the Undergrounds..now that is classic hiphop ..MALIK come out here and back me up now !!
                  Peace and Love
                  Kendra


                  ** Life is beautiful, life is a struggle.Life is a beautiful struggle **...Mos Def

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                  • #39
                    Tribute: D12's Proof

                    It is no exaggeration to say that without the rapper Proof, who was fatally shot outside a Detroit nightclub early Tuesday at the age of 32, the world would probably never have heard of Eminem, his friend and frequent collaborator.
                    The pair met as teenagers and Proof (real name: Deshaun Holton) encouraged the young Marshall Mathers in his attempts to find a distinctive hip-hop voice. Later, it was Proof who formed the Eminem-featuring rap collective D12. After achieving solo fame, Eminem would return the favor, rejoining the sextet for two albums (2001’s Devil’s Night and 2004’s D12 World), and ensuring that Proof was cast alongside him in the autobiographical 2002 film 8 Mile (although the part based on Proof himself would be played by Mekhi Phifer). The pair remained close, and in January, Proof served as Eminem’s best man when he remarried his former wife Kim.
                    But Proof was far more than just Eminem’s “right-hand man.” He was a talented rapper in his own right whose interests ranged wide as the title of his 2005 solo album Searching For Jerry Garcia amply demonstrated. When I interviewed Proof in 2004 on his home turf of Detroit’s less than salubrious 9 Mile area, he was genuinely delighted when I gave him a Janis Joplin DVD, a present prompted by the fact that he had recorded a track named in honor of the late blues belter.
                    While admitting some familiarity with the local criminal system -- “You don’t know what jails in Michigan are like,” he declared at one point -- the polite, soft-spoken man who the rest of D12 referred to as their "big brother" seemed an unlikely candidate that day to become one of hip-hop’s many prematurely deceased. Indeed, he spoke mostly of the concept of giving back to his community -- although, Proof admitted with a grateful laugh, he accomplished that in part by looking after a mulberry bush at his grandmother’s house with fingers that had become green from counting his money.
                    Proof's shooting (which took place in the hardscrabble 8 Mile neighborhood depicted in the film of the same name) is the latest of several violent incidents involving associates of Eminem. In 1999, D12 member Bugz was murdered. Last New Year's Eve, Obie Trice was shot, although not fatally. This latest tragedy also eerily echoes the video for Eminem's 2005 anti-violence anthem Like Toy Soldiers, in which Proof was pictured being killed in a shooting.

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