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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 08:02 AM
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 08:31 AM
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 09:18 AM
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British people.

stop rapping.



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 09:23 AM
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Thanks for this thread...the juicenews media has out -done themselves once again. I can't believe they actually had Assange on there...wow. I love those guys. I laughed so hard at Bill O'Really I missed most of what they were saying during that part...will have to go back and watch it again.

Don't have time to watch the other clip you posted , but I will later today.

S&F



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 09:32 AM
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Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
British people.

stop rapping.



This isn't rap, Its grime. This ones a LOT better in my opinion. That first one was just messing about really. wrote the whole thing and filmed it within 2 hours.

This second one is what I'm really about. If you have any problems understanding the lyrics or slang let me know


Also check the link in my signature if you want more stuff to judge me on
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 10:21 AM
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its not bad, infact its lyrically impressive and on time. the beats a little weak.

my thing when hearing British rap is not the skill. the skill is there. its the accent im not use to.

(in a nutshell) in America the general urbanized culture and language is viewed as having "tough" vibe connected to it. due to the origins of the culture.

but also in America, british accents are commonly used to mockingly portray something as weak, sissy, homo, upscale, anything but "tough" and "urban". i realize this is due to my own environments conditioning, but its something i cant seem to shake when i listen.

and rest assured if i were to take this track down to the homies on the blocc, i and the track, would almost undoubtedly be laughed at and surely not taken seriously.

this is something that needs to be overcome, and i commend artists like beast1333 and krs one for including more UK artists in their own material. but i still dont see it being embraced anytime soon.


good job anyway, i really did like it.
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 10:29 AM
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Thanks for the feedback, Its always interesting to hear what you lot over the water think of my stuff


Its a shame that the accent is used like that, I assure you I am far from weak
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posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 11:19 AM
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Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
reply to post by TechUnique
 




its not bad, infact its lyrically impressive and on time. the beats a little weak.

my thing when hearing British rap is not the skill. the skill is there. its the accent im not use to.

(in a nutshell) in America the general urbanized culture and language is viewed as having "tough" vibe connected to it. due to the origins of the culture.

but also in America, british accents are commonly used to mockingly portray something as weak, sissy, homo, upscale, anything but "tough" and "urban". i realize this is due to my own environments conditioning, but its something i cant seem to shake when i listen.

and rest assured if i were to take this track down to the homies on the blocc, i and the track, would almost undoubtedly be laughed at and surely not taken seriously.

this is something that needs to be overcome, and i commend artists like beast1333 and krs one for including more UK artists in their own material. but i still dont see it being embraced anytime soon.


good job anyway, i really did like it.
edit on 27-10-2010 by RelentlessLurker because: (no reason given)


MIA has done particularly well in the US I've noticed, although The Streets and other garage never really caught on outside of college campuses from what I've seen.

In the US, I believe I was there for the worst period of hip hop in general, when I was at the universities there 50-Cent and Eminem were about the biggest things. The Black Eyed Peas were just getting into the mainstream but most people were just idiots on rap and always thought that it was about women, cars and guns.

I have always thought the American view of Europeans as effeminate or somehow weak is hilarious. Call a chav a sissy boy and see how far you get without a black eye.



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 05:27 PM
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i love these series. it is weird though that they have eminem's track this time and assange onnere? these dudes must make alot of money off this...



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 06:49 PM
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Sorry, OP, if my first post was confusing...I didn't pay close enough attention and I thought the first post on the thread was part of the OP and that you had posted more than one link. Peace.



posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 10:21 PM
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Australian, not British.

semantics I know, but as an Aussie, I don't want to be mistaken for a Brit.




posted on Oct, 27 2010 @ 10:36 PM
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Originally posted by ProjectJimmy

Originally posted by RelentlessLurker
reply to post by TechUnique
 




its not bad, infact its lyrically impressive and on time. the beats a little weak.

my thing when hearing British rap is not the skill. the skill is there. its the accent im not use to.

(in a nutshell) in America the general urbanized culture and language is viewed as having "tough" vibe connected to it. due to the origins of the culture.

but also in America, british accents are commonly used to mockingly portray something as weak, sissy, homo, upscale, anything but "tough" and "urban". i realize this is due to my own environments conditioning, but its something i cant seem to shake when i listen.

and rest assured if i were to take this track down to the homies on the blocc, i and the track, would almost undoubtedly be laughed at and surely not taken seriously.

this is something that needs to be overcome, and i commend artists like beast1333 and krs one for including more UK artists in their own material. but i still dont see it being embraced anytime soon.


good job anyway, i really did like it.
edit on 27-10-2010 by RelentlessLurker because: (no reason given)


MIA has done particularly well in the US I've noticed, although The Streets and other garage never really caught on outside of college campuses from what I've seen.

In the US, I believe I was there for the worst period of hip hop in general, when I was at the universities there 50-Cent and Eminem were about the biggest things. The Black Eyed Peas were just getting into the mainstream but most people were just idiots on rap and always thought that it was about women, cars and guns.

I have always thought the American view of Europeans as effeminate or somehow weak is hilarious. Call a chav a sissy boy and see how far you get without a black eye.


Any claims I make when I MC are true but there are a lot of people who just chat bollocks down the mic.
Oh and if you call me a sissy boy in person I will also knock you out lol and I wouldn't regard myself as a chav. I see chavs as basically bullies causing anti social behaviour for fun and robbing people and stuff. I used to be like that was I was quite a bit younger but I've grown up unlike a lot people in my generation



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 06:38 AM
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op, great video, not sure how this thread got off track with the second poster( he should start his own thread next time)



posted on Oct, 28 2010 @ 06:51 AM
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The more posts this thread receives, the more people get a chance to view it.

So subliminally I'm doing him a favour.


Also, one of the videos in my first post is me rapping about issues like this video does so Its not completely off topic =]
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