No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Internet Rapper Graveyard
Thursday February 06th 2014,
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Throwing shots at these guys is like shooting fish in a barrel, but why should that spoil the fun?

No Country For Old (Rap) Men: Internet Rapper Graveyard

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Papoose’s “stunts” took some balls you gotta respect that.

How can you love Sir Ibu but hate on Papoose? Something is funny with some of you hip hoppers….

Comment by Truth Powell 02.07.14 @

Hah… you forgot Saigon… Slaughterhouse… Action Bronson is 1000% internet rapper though it he’s successful enough live, it appears, that that’s a workable paradigm.

Ya’ll just aren’t ready for Jay Electronica, man, he’s revolutionary!

Comment by Wallabee Chubb 02.07.14 @

Ibu never wore over-sized fitted caps, for starters.

Comment by Robbie 02.07.14 @

We need to get that chick to punch Charles in the face again just for having a hello kitty guitar in his possession

Comment by Timeo Billups 02.08.14 @

That doesn’t look gangsta.
But I think I see what my be up with that.

There’s more money for old-school and old-school style rap artists over in Japan and Europe.

Thats where the money’s at if your making golden age style music.
Or as the hipster’s call it these days “alternative rap”.

Fuck it.
I’ll wear da hello kitty izod and guitar ensemble as long as you pay me first.

Comment by RobThom 02.08.14 @

Or…
maybe he’s fishing around for a Grammy.

I’m sure that anyone who follows such things heard that Gay is the new Black.

Comment by RobThom 02.09.14 @



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