Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by NewsBot, Nov 3, 2016.
There's so many oxymorons and contradictory terms in two those sentences, I can't count them.
Rap is like Nascar. More activity than music or sport.
He's trolling, why are you feeding the troll?
Man gone somewhere with that crap
I dont listen to anything unless Casey Kasem tells me its good.
LMAO your a sad individual, not because you did not know of those ground breaking groups, but because you were so childish as to call them names. What you said was very disrespectful, you not a nice person. I am gonna keep it civil because I am above letting people like you make me stoop to another level...
Kinda looks like Lil Kaepernick to me.....
Jeez flush this thread, most ridiculous conversation I've read
I would be afraid of all interviews if I was famous. They are just trying to get someone to say something controversial and I'd pop off and offend someone in a heartbeat. I'm al out afraid to post on here too much for the same reasons.
Rappers and talent is an oxymoron. The two words don't go together.
What's the over/under RXP has some interesting takes on race relations?
BTW, the last and final A Tribe Called Quest album comes out on the 11th. I'm so glad they settled their differences enough to record an album together before Phife Dawn passed away.
The "Lil" part of Lil Dickey makes it even more of an eye grabber. I'm guessing it's something like comical value that moved him to use it.
What is questionable about salmon?
Actually they do.
I'll take the over for 1,000 Cal
Race relations are a non-issue up here. We dont't give it a second thought. Everybody gets along great here. Race relations is your issue, not ours.
Has nothing to do with music. You either like it or you don't. The skin color of the artist is irrelevant.
Rappers have "no talent" like football players have "no talent."
As my ex-girlfriend used to say, "Anyone can run with a ball and hit people!"
You guys sound about as smart as she did.