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 Don't front when u first saw this n*gga on SMACK u thought he would take over
 02-14-2013, 10:33 PMaway - #21
BiZz 67 heat pts67 space
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Originally Posted by Root Of Evil


he went from droppin verses like this to spittin sh*t like that donk jumpin trash
Yeah two years ago
 02-14-2013, 10:36 PMaway - #22
Dat_BK_Nicca 47 heat pts47 space
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2005-2006 n*ggas thought he was gonna blow up, he's never gonna have a buzz like that again
 02-14-2013, 11:53 PMaway - #23
AC_89 74 heat pts74 space
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i deadass thought saigon and pap were gonna blow jay millz too on a sidenote shea davis was that n*gga
 02-15-2013, 12:33 AMaway - #24
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dudes are weird.... when was the last time a punchline cat ever blew up?. Regardless if they have good conept song material. And Papoose had good concept songs BEFORE........ BIg L was never gonna be on the mainstream stage either.... who cares tbh

papoose was nasty for a while... He gave cats a couple years of some solid mix cd material...... He over saturated himself by putting out a sh*tload of material in a short time frame... funny cause nobody was bi*ching at the time... He fell off and lost his motivation, and started getting out of character trying to fit in.... If he was marketed right, he could of did more probably...
 02-15-2013, 01:07 AMaway - #25
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son was ill, his flow just got outdated and saturated as time went on and he didn't even drop his album smh
 02-15-2013, 04:57 AMaway - #26
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Originally Posted by Chief Dee
fu*king with me will get you ate, like 4 times 2


lmfao WTF? If Wayne said that bullshiit you n*ggas would have been laughing at him
 02-15-2013, 05:09 AMaway - #27
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 02-15-2013, 05:34 AMaway - #28
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Originally Posted by Flying Jesus
I thought papoose , j hood , jr writer , Saigon , Corey guns , Vic damone , jae millz etc were all gonna blow never expected French Montana tho
I'm gonna add Bishop Lamont to that list
 02-15-2013, 07:48 AMaway - #29
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Originally Posted by CIDF


this takes me back
 02-15-2013, 08:17 AMaway - #30
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a lot of them ny mixtape/battle rappers couldn't write a song for sh!t though. all they had were punchlines
 02-15-2013, 08:51 AMaway - #31
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I knew he wasn't gonna blow with that name. He had bars tho. His punches are all stretch armstrong status now.

but that new york mixtape era was nuts.





the millz fall off is crazy

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 02-15-2013, 08:58 AMaway - #32
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when he k!lled the Busta Rhymes Touch it Remix i was like



then he just went
 02-15-2013, 08:59 AMaway - #33
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At the end of the day dude ain't broke and got his name all across America. What more can you ask for? I bet that n*gga name ring a bell in every hood.

A lot of dudes didn't get really really famous, but that doesn't mean you should disrespect them and act like you wasn't fans at one point in time. Ain't nobody talking about us at the end of the day.
 02-15-2013, 09:02 AMaway - #34
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But obviously the game ain't the same no more though.
 02-15-2013, 09:03 AMaway - #35
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Pap had bars, but he never could make a good crossover song, so his career died down. He also started to fall off with his punchlines, after awhile, some of them got pretty lame. I was messing with his freestyles, moreso than his original tracks. The "What The F*** Is A Papoose?" freestyle is a personal classic of mine.
 02-15-2013, 09:05 AMaway - #36
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and Saigon should have blown.....he could straight up rap, plus he had quality crossover songs, with thoughtful subject matter, NY k!lls me, because they'll bump Goldie and Shot Caller, but didn't give C'mon Baby or Pain In My Life a chance.....even when the remix to C'mon Baby dropped with Jay-Z on it, it was regarded with a collective yawn
 02-15-2013, 09:39 AMaway - #37
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Originally Posted by J-Dogg
Pap had bars, but he never could make a good crossover song, so his career died down. He also started to fall off with his punchlines, after awhile, some of them got EXTREMELY lame. I was messing with his freestyles, moreso than his original tracks. The "What The F*** Is A Papoose?" freestyle is a personal classic of mine.
^THIS!


ooooh and *fixed
 02-15-2013, 09:44 AMonline - #38
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In any other time period he would of blew, he had mixtape tracks that were album worthy smashes...the thing I dont think people understand right now....is the industry has literally only letting sucka sellout clowns blow for quite some time....we in that wack phase an that sh*t peaked and is burning out slowly....
 02-15-2013, 09:47 AMonline - #39
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Originally Posted by J-Dogg
and Saigon should have blown.....he could straight up rap, plus he had quality crossover songs, with thoughtful subject matter, NY k!lls me, because they'll bump Goldie and Shot Caller, but didn't give C'mon Baby or Pain In My Life a chance.....even when the remix to C'mon Baby dropped with Jay-Z on it, it was regarded with a collective yawn
Sai doing decent but thats cuz he grinds HARD and works hard and was willing to dabble everywhere outside NY but he didnt blow to his level for the same reason I stated above.
 02-15-2013, 09:56 AMaway - #40
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LOL @ extremely lame.....it actually got to a point where Pap was trending on Twitter, and it was impossible to know if the lines were real or if people were making them up
 

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