>Bet you know the track though...bet >you listened over & over.
No. Saw the video. Heard the song. A couple times. After I heard it, that assured that I would NOT buy Makavelli. At that point I lost respect for Pac because I viewed him as a hypocrite and a follower.
>>the most passionate dis song ever. >> >>And that's a good thing? > >Ummm...yeah.
To each his own folks, but that was on some straight ignorance. This is supposed to be music, art. If he felt that way, go speak to them fools in person. Or was he affraid he would get rode on again. My problem with stuff like that is rappers promote beefs and hatred that too often spills off the CD into real life. It is embarrasing and childish.
>>He sounded like he was shermed out or something. > >nah..actually he sounded like how real >people can sound when they >get pissed.
Real people, huh. I send kites monthly to brothers who react to situations in that way. Some I even ask Allah to show favor upon because they are no longer with us in human form.
>All of these formulated beefs. > >where are you getting your info >from, they weren't formulated fool, >he actually felt that way >at the time. How you >know different. Besides what that >got to do with the >song. Like the Bridge is >Over wasn't a formulated beef?!!?!?!
I got it from Tupac's own words. The VIBE magazine article he gave from jail was a sober minded Tupac speaking the real. That will be the Pac I remember. Humble, remorseful, with a desire to live a better life. And most importantly real. He knows Big and Puff had nothing to do with him getting stuck. He later said that Big could have spoke up on it and made it not happen. That has been proven to be BS. In the VIBE interview he took responsibilty for his own actions. THAT is what a real man does. Not blame and complain like a little b****. The worst thing that ever happened to Pac Suge bailing him out of jail. He gets out of jail and gets around that environment (actually gets jumped into M.O.B.) and travels down the road to his demise. Follower. How can you give so much props to someone who's so switchy switchy. Character is measured by the consistancy of a person's conviction.
>>If you really listen to the lyrics of Drop a gem, you won't >>find the venom of Hit em up, you'll find straight >>talk. > >My point was that hit em >up was straight fire. See >you're contradicting yourself, was the >beef formulated or not? Make >up your mind. You admit >the shit was venon then >turn around & say the >beef was formulated - apparently >then one way or the >other, Pac killed it on >the mic got you saying >"damn he sound ..... (crazy, >pissed, high, etc.)" You >got him taking drugs & >shit behind the passion on >the track. You're a believer...you >know he caught you up >in that..speculating on what was >in his head. First you >say the beef is fake, >then you say he should've >heeded warning & shit (about >fake beef..huh?). You believe the >rivalry more than I do.
Not really. Again my only thoughts about that song and all the other Nas and Jay Z are fake songs was, this is going too far. How sad. What is this brothers problem. This is what this has come too. Pretty much, this is stupid.
>Like I said, SKILL.
Like I said, Stupid.
> >> Instead of dissing, Pac should have taken heed. >> Now there living, and Pac is not. > >And that conclusion has to do >with Pac being one of >the greatest (according to some >the greatest, though not me) >how?
About as much as "the most passionate diss song of all-time" does.
If you want to hear the Greatest rapper of all-time. Buy this CD and study it: