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By the next election, I PROMISE, I’m going to be sitting across from all the candidates. I bet you, you know how I be making a- I promise you, I’m not even going to be- I’m going to be so far from where I am now in four years, God willing I'm alive, pfft, it’s on, I guarantee you, we will- we WILL have our own political party.
Originally posted by chupa-chups
reply to post by TupacShakur
I too loved the older Eminem stuff, but can't believe he's gone all pop on us, modern rap music comes over as so fake, To be honest there's alot of rappers that I never got into cos I always had 2pac blasting, I used to get so much sh!t off of my folks when I was younger.....as my mum was a church goer, its funny thinking back.
His music will live on forever unlike 99.9% of other rappers, I don't really follow new music anymore but a couple of new artists who I like here in the UK are some of Devlins stuff (community outcast gets played alot) and Tinie Tempah, now admittedly he is pop but some of his tunes are quite catchy.....
Black Haze ??? whats he all about ?
Devlin-Community outcastedit on 23/2/11 by chupa-chups because: link added
Originally posted by PuRe EnErGy
All in all I think that Eminem could very well be a voice for the people if he so chooses, it seems he's leaning in that direction and he would sell a lot of records because that's what drove Tupacs record sales was his connection to his listeners and the emotional impact that carried over to the listeners.
But fighting the bankers is a tough game to play, Tupac found that out when he announced his plans to enter the political field.