The Combat Jack Show – The Pusha T Episode
Friday February 01st 2013,
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There’s some talk about Big Daddy Kane vs. Rakim talk in this week’s episode for those of you who don’t care about former Clipse rappers.

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I never thought Big Daddy was that great of a rapper

He seems like the rest of the juice crew at rapping to me

Not really “battle rap” tight,
but better at themes and writing a whole song

Check out my melody on the other hand is probably one of the tightest battle style raps I’ve ever heard
But Rakim was never that good again

People are always saying what great of a lyricist he was,
but melody was the only best rap he ever wrote IMO

Comment by RobThom 02.03.13 @

lmao it’s like we living a bad ep. of the ‘twilight zone’ or some shit with these comments

Comment by lou 02.03.13 @

The reason Kane sounds like

Comment by Lair 02.04.13 @

The reason Kane sounds like “the rest of the juice crew at rapping” is because he wrote a lot of their raps you fucking toddler.

Comment by Lair 02.04.13 @

Lair is correct and live, then and now, Kane destroys the rest of the Juice Crew rappers COMBINED.

Also, nobody in their right goddamn mind cared about Clipse or former Clipse rappers, overrated fucking coke rap cornballs (just like this site’s bum rap hero Nathaniel G. Rap, who watches “Scarface” on repeat and pretends that’s “real.”)

Comment by Haitian Couperin 02.05.13 @

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