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
Black Haze ??? whats he all about ?
edit on 23/2/11 by chupa-chups because: link added
First off, I would like to state my utter appreciation for Tupac Amaru Shakur / Lesane Perish Crooks.
Whether I think he's alive or not..
If he were alive I cannot see him sitting idle with all of the information out there mostly on the internet about the current state of our planet,
general consensus is that "some group" of people are "conspiring" against the rest of the people on the planet, most simple answer would be the rich
against the poor... aside from that I just cannot see him NOT having a dramatic effect on our current world situation, being a voice.
With that being said though, I *could* see him planning and plotting and making sure there are absolutely no holes in his plan to thwart their
tactics, and I'm sure there are many many people who don't even know who Tupac is that wish we had someone on our side that we believe in, not
necessarily like him but we just wish we had someone.
and if he's dead physically, his memory and spirit shall remain and is out there as many other fallen soldiers, saints, patriots... and MANY
occultists, bankers, politicians, CEO's, Presidents, ... etc... call upon these spirits as allies and guides, it isn't so much that this is bad, it
all depends on who you're contacting.... right? (This is AboveTopSecret after-all)
As for the comments about Eminem
I find that Eminems earlier material was a mix of figuring out/trying different flows and writing techniques along with working out a lot of emotional
perceptions of his past and what he was going through at the time.
Today, I find that Eminem has matured a lot, his lyrics are hard hitting and convey a lot more meaning. His metaphors and the way he uses his flow to
accentuate particular words to make them rhyme even if they don't. Unlike other "rappers" out there today he has creatively meaningful things to say
and is very honest with himself in his music.
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
But fighting the bankers is a tough game to play, Tupac found that out when he announced his plans to enter the political field.
2/25/2011 by PuRe EnErGy because: (no reason given)