Tupac's the godfather of music

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  1. doggfather

    doggfather New Member

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    Tupac is the godfather of music no doubt.

    If not for tupac, music would not exist.

    He spoke his mind and because he did, people opened their minds and accepted crappier music from mediocre artists and band such as cold play, blink185, pelvis presley, korn, christian shit, metal and shit, pop and hsit, and etc and shit.


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  2. joshv5.0

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    i think tupac was great but i think your a little off with your views

    theres plenty of music better than tupac that was around before, during, and after his death
     
  3. fatlip

    fatlip Transcendence Into The Peripheral

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    My god this is a stupid thread, you'd have to be a rabbies infected monkey with no brain to agree with the thread poster. Music existed for many centuries before Tupac, and whilst his music probably made an impact on the commercial hip-hop scene, I doubt it had any effect on any other forms of music.
     
  4. xfactor

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    what can I say about you that hasn't been implied by your retarded post? Nothing..
     
  5. DarthKoRn

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    Double :werd:

    His music might be good for 'hip hop' or whatever the fuck kids are calling it these days, but music would still be music without his 'influence'. In fact, it would probabyl be better. God damn does rap ever suck.
     
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    Yes Pac was a good artist, but you must have not heard of "Big L" was around the same time and died the same death. Big L was honestly better on the mic than Pac, his views were more in one place than jumpin around like Pac. Don't get me wrong Pac had many good things to say about the good and the ugly. But there are plenty of others that rip is as good or just as good as him.
     
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    LOL bloody hilarious! Great thread A+++ Will read again.
     
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    You are a complete idiot. Tupac is nothing without his predecessors. You bash Elvis Presley, yet he fueled Rock & Roll in a way NO OTHER artist did or ever could. He outsells your beloved tupac many times over, as well as EVERY other artist/band out there to date. Without Elvis, I guarantee you that tupac would not be what he was. He is no where near the best at what he did, there were better.

    As for him being the godfather of music, you're off your rocker. How can someone who rapped- RAP nonetheless,- MANY years after music was created, be dubbed the godfather of music. And how could something that already existed before this jerkoff came along, not have existed without him? You're a complete and total idiot, bar none. /yourself for your sake.

    As for Elvis, he will hold many, many more titles than your tucock ever will, face it.

    Elvis >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> tupac
     
  9. Carzy

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    Not to mention Elvis came before Tupac so this logic of his that Tupac "created" music is just hilarious.
     
  10. boris yeltsin

    boris yeltsin New Member

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    I read this thread title, and could not resist poting in this. What a mess of a post, I was going to go through it and explain every mistake. But I realized how many mistakes there are, so I decided not to.

    Please tell me this thread is a joke.
     
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    You are a fucking idiot and should just kill yourself if you truly believe the shit you posted.
     
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    All the Elvis stuff is true.
     
  14. kimjongil

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    I heard that Tupac was actually behind that 30,000 year old bone flute they found in a cave in Germany. Apparently he travelled back in time to show Cro-magnon man a thing or two. Thug passion y'all.
     
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    :rofl::rofl:
     
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    he was a gun toting crimminal who lived a thug life and died a thug life. was in jail 2 or 3 times. No redeeming qualities whatsoever. I do not listen to rap so Ican't comment on his ability as a rapper
     
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    I wasn't talking about that, I was replying to the first post in this thread.
     
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    he was the best till his death and probably the best ever; as you cannot distinguish between pop/hip hop now.
     
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  20. Ospray

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    Sorry chief but I wouldn't say he created music. Profound influence on modern hip hop music and culture...I guess that can be said. But to say he is the greatest, I don't think so. I'll say he is the greatest when, influence wise, he out does the Beetles.
     
  21. blazen899

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    i love tupac but you're a fucking idiot.
     

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