I have mixed feelings about relapse the accent s*** was alil weak
but the lp is not wack infact he has some classics up there beautiful de ja vu
underground 3am ...those songs bang
Here's His Best Lps in Order
Slim Shady Lp
Marshall Mathers Lp
Man Relapse is the best album in years, its the first album i actually went out and paid 4 in years. You say your a "real hip hop head"? then your jus talking s***, hip hop been going down hill these last couple of years, with all this autotune and lack of real lyrics & overhyped s***** rappers (cough,cough lil wayne) hip hop may as well be dead & gone if artists like them keep topping the charts, and your probley buying all dat s***...
Relapse is a stright classic, em brought back the lyrics that make you think bout what he saying, every track on dat album em switched it up with the flow, and the beats are hypnotic, you say thay average and outdated, i say get yourself a new sound system...
All I got to say is: I agree, Relapse wasn't the comeback album it could (or should) have been. No doubt. But compared to what's going on in the game, it was refreshing. Not classic, but dude's been out for a while so it's understandable.
But besides that, the music on your (Todd Smith's) 'ThisIs50' homepage is hella wack!! I hope that's not you rapping, cuz that s*** is garbage. Laughable.... If it is you, you're the one who needs to study hip-hop a little more... I mean really, the same word was used three time in a row as a rhyme... you can't get away with that wack s*** unless it is a double entendre, homie!!!
Final say: Relapse - Not so great; Your Homepage Music - Fucktarded.
Relapse is tight as hell cant no rapper flow like em his s*** is entertaing he another whole other level u just use to hearing the same s*** over and over ima truck driver i use relapse as my last strech c.d i flow wirh him and i be WIDE AWAKE and hype a** hell
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