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30 October, 2013@11:42 pm

Wow. MMLP2 in stores next Tuesday.

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16 Responses to "Eminem – “Love Game” (feat. Kendrick Lamar)"
  • yungplex says:

    @ Atom While the two cases are the same they are definitely interrelated in with regard to the racial injustice component. It’s less of a matter of education and more so a matter of perspective. Many of our country’s issues are complex,emotionaly charged and down right difficult to address. That does not mean we shouldn’t have an open dialogue about them. From a hip hop pov we should applaud young Kendrick for provoking thought on these matters. As far as education goes, let me add that I’m a college grad, world traveled & gainfully employed in the field of Occupational Therapy.(AZ license #3222)

  • the man the myth says:

    I have heard the album and like Dayz said, this will definitley please Eminem fans. I am not a huge Eminem fan, but have always loved his flow, he has just lacked in the production department. This album follows my perspective to a t. The beats are underwhelming at best, but Em more than handles his own with the flows. I would probably give it a 3 and 1/2 @, The production isn’t great and the wack ass R&B collabs do hurt the vibe of the album, but Em is dope and definitley makes up for the weaknesses of the album.

  • Atom says:

    @yungplex, the first sentence shows how much you followed the case and facts regarding George Zimmerman. Race wasn’t even a factor in this situation. Now if somebody is against pulling out a gun and shooting somebody who is attacking them (and slamming their head into the ground) and the person won’t stop, then that would not make you a hypocrite if you feel a person should just take the beating. However, I think most people in the rap community endorse regulating on somebody’s ass in even less severe situations (e.g. YOU STEPPED ON MY SHOE, HOMIE!) lol. Also, education =/= schooling. You will be surprised how much bullshit they feed you. You are allowed your opinions though. S’all good.

  • Model Citizen says:

    @Atom, I made the comparison because Cube was commenting on the social issues of the time just like Kendrick is. If you disagree with his views on the case that’s obviously your right, but can we at least agree that it’s more compelling than the standard hoes, drugs, and money subject matter that dominates the majority of popular hip hop?

  • Atom says:

    I dunno if I’d go that far. lol. Bashing George Zimmerman and sucking Trayvon’s cock and worshipping him like the second coming of Jesus has been a subject matter that I’ve grown tired of in hip hop. I’ve paid a lot of attention to all the updates on this lovely site and I wish I had a quarter for every time I ran across a rapper who decided to throw in his 2 cents about the Trayvon/Zimmerman situation, and unsurprisingly none of them had the balls to go outside the cliché narrative. Luckily, everybody is silent on it now since the trial is over. Thank God too, cuz I hate people voicing their ignorant opinions. It’s like rappers yapping about how the world is flat, and we are just supposed to accept it because that is what we are told. It just spreads disinfo to the youth and causes people to be misinformed and uneeeded racial tension. Sorry to not to agree, Model. I know you are a cool cat. ;)

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