Hunter gains 15 pounds in the offseason

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  1. JR1980

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    I am talking the whole deal. His lyrics are so-so, his beats are pop, and he doesn't influence me. He has an arrogant attitude like he is constantly making bangers or something, gtfoh. What has he done to change the game?! As for battling, I am talking about pure creatvitiy and lyrics....I just don't see Kanye being very good in that department. He makes a few hits, acts like an A hole..then disappears.
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  2. Two Kings

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    Common, Jay-z, Lupe Fiasco, Childesh Gambino, Kid Cudi, Kendrick Lamar, MOS DEF, Talib Kweli, Drake, John Legend, ect
  3. Two Kings

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    Take a read on this for instance. It begins to scratch the surface of what I'm talking about:

    http://www.hiphopdx.com/index/edito...lege-dropout-kanye-west-have-changed-the-game
  4. Two Kings

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    Pop? What is pop to you exactly? What is bad with popular music? If everyone starting listening to Atmosphere and he got play on the radio, would his beats and music instantly be decredited because he is considered popular?
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    Lol maybe gay ass drake. Kanye influenced mos def and talib? How old are you lol
  6. Two Kings

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    Except I think Kanye actually did auto tune the right way. It was a tool that harmonized the simplistic sounds of the 808s machine. It was used to strengthen the melancholy theme of the album and emphasize this sad love letter to various yet specific sets of relationships. It wasn't a gimmick that people like T-Pain and Kesha use it as. It was a really great compliment to the various forms of imperfect lost loves (career, goals, mother, girlfriends, friends, wives) in ones life.

    I thought it was a master piece.
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    Eminem is the greatest rapper ever. Lyrically that is.
  8. Two Kings

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    He certainly did. Not sure why my age has anything to do with it.
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  9. TitansWillWin2

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    His graduation album was very good. Beyond that. Not so much.
  10. JCBRAVE

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    Possibly. I know a few people who will say Biggy or 2-pac but yea Em is the real deal.
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