StephNYKurry wrote:Figured I'd throw this in here as well. All the feedback is welcome.
For those who havnt heard this yet, its actually really good. You should give it a listen and support a fellow realgm/knicks fan and give the man some feed back.
IMO you start out too quick in the beginning. The first 1:09 of the song is aite... but after that you rip it. (Although you dont actually start rapping til about 30 seconds in.) I like the song enough to have played it close to 8 times. Id listen/critique a second one if you posted it.
Much respect...may have a second one up in the coming days.
god shammgod wrote:he does have more talent. jr is an enigma. he has all-star talent and world-star intelligence.
#1392 Re: Official Rap/Hip Hop Thread III Sat Jan 5, 2013 5:44 pm by Knicksfan20
StephNYKurry wrote:People always say that people from New York are from New York
They say people from Jersey are from the "tri-state area"
See the difference?
I'm from jersey and I hardly hear people say we're from the tri state. I mean sometime but not often. I lived in pa for a year and went to NC/va a decent amount. I've always been referred to as being from jersey.
#1394 Re: Official Rap/Hip Hop Thread III Mon Jan 7, 2013 9:30 am by j4remi
Watch Thesaurus' first round then just turn it off...That first is NASTY though. Thesaurus chokes the rest of the way and STILL wins off the strength and momentum of that first.
I'll edit in some more battles worth discussing in a bit.
Per request, Jesse James v Con...JJ paid OD for one round from Con...After Con bodied him, Con even offered to go a second (might as well get your money's worth) but JJ had been murked so bad he turned it down. The ending alone is worth watching lol. Con's reaction game is on point throughout JJ's round too. "Who's the best Drake, Jesse or Wayne?" LMFAO
Wanna see pen game on some next ish...these two went in!
BAT - Hawks Rajon Rondo/Brian Roberts/Shane Larkin Kyle Korver/Evan Fournier Terrence Ross/Vince Carter Al Horford/Mike Scott/Jonas Jerebko Brandan Wright/Jermaine O'neal