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I think hip hop is still ruling the world

no. Dance is back on top right now

True. F*ck Dance though and all that BS.
HIPHOP sucks bcuz its cool to be beyond fake....music is nothing....you got n***** talking about other n***** wearing jean shorts and they got on animal print silk shirts and s*** with stupid a** chains...SMH
Ur right..we should go back to jeri curls and rope chains and stan smith Adidas..or maybe baggy a** clothes that don't fit and pants 3 sizes too big...or maybe we should go back to shiny suits..smfh^^^^this guy here boy I tell ya
Blame the South?
i thin everyone is responsble for this one ..Its all started in new york

How the f*** you gon put blame on the south when you don't even live in the United States?
It's not The South,East Coast,Midwest or Westcoast fault
it's the Men that own the record labels who dictate the direction of music and it's sound
that's why you see Rappers hopping on Pop tracks now

Pop is ruling the world once again.....Actually I think its dubstep/house music
Rap is a still a key aspect of pop music though. I mean, look how this new (s*****) era of pop music is: Techno beat, pop singer hook, and some poster-boy f***** rapping. And I'm not just talking guys like Flo-rida & Pitbull etc. You can hear the likes of Ke$ha use rap too.
Bottom line, rap's never been so marketable. I want to strangle every single person who says "real rap".
On a side note: one thing that really surprised me is that Luda stopped creating those crazy, wild out hit rap songs... That would've slowed down the process of the homo Justin Bieberism of music recently. Instead creating hip-hop records he's doing commercial sh*t now, like that record feat. Usher and David Gayuetta. SMFH
IDK what happen to Luda.

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