it seems 50 has gotten worse since the massacre his new single is gar-bo im not even hating ..this aint a hate thread but homie music lost something...i say it was sha money to be exact ..but sha money doesnt write music nor put together A-B-C type rhymes i listen to the track 2 times..s*** sounds repetitive if you ask me..his once most powerful flow is gone...also gone is his ability to put together words and make catchy and witty lines..im not asking curtis to be nas or jay..but think of something creative..this n**** seems to have gotten worse..with time..most rappers get better..he'll i ve seen improvement in tony yayo..and lloyd banks...i am sorry to say ..but this is not 50 cent..in 2003 if you would have played 50 cent ..curtis jackson's music he would have made you "Backdown"...s*** to say the least curtis should have gave 2000-2005 50 cent a proper burial if he was planning on going this route..the same can be said for Game as well..he music is getting worse and worse...what ever it was that made 50 drop songs like in da club just a lil bit hate it or love hustlers ambition..what if.. is gone long gone like MJ's Knees after the wizards..
..compared to 2009-2011
like i said earlier the same could said for game 2005-2011
what has caused these 2 musically giants to fall so far off the map..i guess jay was right ..the least 50 could have done was bury his old self with a headstone..this is like gary payton in 2006 bandwagon with the heat for a ring ..or shaq with the celtics..or hank aaron later in his career
yeah man..i ve been holding on as long as possible but 50 just dont have what ever it was..these a-b-c rhymes are below par...im no ross fan but atleast dude can put together words to make a nice to decent song..same whit wayne !
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