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by: LuRock Jones (ahh.com)
After being diagnosed with a terminal disease after the 2006 outbreak of Laffy Taffy hip hop had been getting weaker rapidly. She was later pronounced dead December 19 2006 by recording artist Nas. Many of her followers had lost hope after the years without any sign of her but others stood stedfast in the belief she would one day return. Even after reports began to surface that she had been murdered, police could not press charges because of the abundance of suspects….
Almost 3 years later rumors have gained traction that her return was eminent. Some believe that she has reincarnated through several characters.
Most known of her Characters was Kanye West who has since drawn scruntiny for excesive creativity, unpredictability and abuse of the dying fad auto-tune. He has also been charged with several counts of faggotry (aaahahahahaaaa) overall just being suspect.
Also from the city of Chicago reigns another one of her known characters Lupe Fiasco. Lupe has also drawn scrutiny for his disappearing acts and is charged with weirdness.
original post here
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hmmm…paat…people against auto tune. use of the
‘vocoder was the signature sound of roger troutman & zapp.
t-pain brought it back big time… even made around $20mil
doing so. t-pain started out as a rapper…yeah, i
know. everyone from lil wayne to ron browz i auto tunin it up
a bit 2 much it seems & hove adressed the shituation….
even named a site doa. is auto tune the death of hip hop?
drey dosen’t know, but he gives a fuck.
Only rapper to rewrite history without a pen
No I.D. on the track let the story begin…
This is anti-autotune, death of the ringtone
This ain’t for itunes, this ain’t for sing-along
This is Sinatra at the opera, bring a blonde
Preferably with a fat ass who can sing a song
Wrong, this ain’t politically correct
This might offend my political connects
My raps don’t have melodies
This shit make jackers wanna go n commit felonies
Ah, get your chain tooken
I may do it myself, I’m so Brooklyn
I know we facin a recession
But the music yall makin gonna make it the great depression
Ah, or your lack of aggression
Pull your skirt back down, grow a set men
Ah, ah.. nigga this just violent
This is death of autotune, ah moment of silence
So, there is the question.
What will you be listening to in 10 or 20 years?
When I started to write this, it started out as a rant, but then I really started to think about it. I soon became distressed.
I still love music and all that it has to offer so I was forced to consider the question for myself. For me, the answer to the question is two-fold, negative and positive.
Lets start with the negative.
I have no love for a lot of the music that is churned out of the music industry factory these days. Well, I take that back. I do like a lot of it, but there is also a lot more popular garbage out there. In about 10 or 20 years, I feel we’re going to be left with nothing, but this cool trash fronting as the new classics.
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Hold up, let’s take it from the top, I Fox
Gets my swerve on, floss pure rocks
In the six drop boo and it don’t stop
See money lookin alright, yeah what up Pop
‘Cross the room throwin signals I’m throwin em back
Flirtin cause I, digs you like that
Peep baby boy style, hopin we match
You sent me Crown Royale with a note attached
It said, “You look like the type that, know what you like”
I could tell by the jewels you go for the ice
Plus you wear the shoes well, the suits flows nice
I don’t like the notes too well, let’s be more precise
Meet me by the VIP let’s pow-pow
Whisper in my ear like, “Boo let’s bounce now”
I’m ’bout to say peace to my mans for you
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