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ABROCK33
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"who came first w/ the sing song delivery-Snoop or Domino?"


  

          

their albums both dropped in 93 but of course their rhyming orgins pre-date that

Snoop w/ his 213 stuff. His nationwide debut were people first heard him outside of locally was Deep Cover in 92. He was doing the melodic style but not really sing/songy

Domino appeared on Bangin on Wax in 93 but Im not quite sure what he did before that

since they both were from Long Beach did there paths cross at any point?

did they work togther or influence each other?

did they beef?

any insight?

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LL and Slick Rick were doing it before them, imo
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I know but in the west coast scene
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domino was damn near a singer.
Apr 16th 2012
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Snoop dissed him on "Let Em Understand"
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care to enlighten me on the source of the beef?
Apr 16th 2012
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Apparently Domino was recruited for a group called Perfection
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      Perfection was what, Foesum/The Twinz right?
Apr 16th 2012
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           They were part of it but I've heard they had a lot of members
Apr 17th 2012
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Damn that song is sick!!
Apr 16th 2012
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damn that explains a lot
Apr 17th 2012
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      Wasnt that Paperboy?
Apr 17th 2012
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Was Snoop dissing him with the opening lines of Doggy Dogg World?
Apr 16th 2012
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Yep
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      Cool. Never knew this.
Apr 16th 2012
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RE: who came first w/ the sing song delivery-Snoop or Domino?
Apr 16th 2012
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thanks
Apr 16th 2012
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      I remember reading an article...
Apr 16th 2012
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           this whole post is schoolin me thanks
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That was Domino's whole style tho. I never heard Domino RAP rap til
Apr 16th 2012
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Domino was from St louis
Apr 16th 2012
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wow
Apr 16th 2012
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      i got family in the Lou and DOmino rode the wagon of the LBC
Apr 16th 2012
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i think it might have just been a SoCal thing
Apr 16th 2012
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Mix master spade
Apr 17th 2012
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Im mixmasster spade and im ready to rooooock
Apr 17th 2012
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Yup the originator!
Apr 17th 2012
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1. "LL and Slick Rick were doing it before them, imo"
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2. "I know but in the west coast scene"
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in curious as to its orgins

before some brings up Freestyle Fellowship I put that in a diffrent catagory

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1619 the 1st slaves are brought to American shores
thus begins the phrase “mine is better than yours?” (huh?)
forced to serve-too broke to by freedom
the systematic rape of African culture has begun
little time

  

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3. "domino was damn near a singer."
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4. "Snoop dissed him on "Let Em Understand""
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6bO5e502ZA

  

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5. "care to enlighten me on the source of the beef?"
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"Good hair"-Uzi

1619 the 1st slaves are brought to American shores
thus begins the phrase “mine is better than yours?” (huh?)
forced to serve-too broke to by freedom
the systematic rape of African culture has begun
little time

  

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11. "Apparently Domino was recruited for a group called Perfection"
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After he felt they weren't going where he needed them to be or not fast enough he left. So Snoop did this song with them and he dissed him. Also the line "Perfection is perfected, so I let em understand" from "Nuthin But A G Thang" references this. I heard "Doggy Dog World" was a diss as well but don't know if that's true

  

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12. "Perfection was what, Foesum/The Twinz right?"
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23. "They were part of it but I've heard they had a lot of members"
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come and go. Probably the reason why Domino left. Who wants to be part of a group that's constantly gaining and losing members.

  

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15. "Damn that song is sick!!"
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Perfection is perfected so I let em understand!

  

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21. "damn that explains a lot"
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I know Domino was ghost writing for Eazy-E too.
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25. "Wasnt that Paperboy?"
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Or did Domino ghostwrite too?

  

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6. "Was Snoop dissing him with the opening lines of Doggy Dogg World?"
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7. "RE: who came first w/ the sing song delivery-Snoop or Domino?"
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Domino took what Snoop and Nate were doing and basically stole the style. He was spitting gangsta shit on the Bloods and Crips album...

  

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8. "thanks"
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so they were beefin cuz of that?

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1619 the 1st slaves are brought to American shores
thus begins the phrase “mine is better than yours?” (huh?)
forced to serve-too broke to by freedom
the systematic rape of African culture has begun
little time

  

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14. "I remember reading an article..."
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and Snoop was saying Domino was always hanging around with them and bit their style, and Nate was the originator of that singing style. I wouldnt say they had beef, but they were definitely annoyed with Domino...

  

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17. "this whole post is schoolin me thanks"
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"Good hair"-Uzi

1619 the 1st slaves are brought to American shores
thus begins the phrase “mine is better than yours?” (huh?)
forced to serve-too broke to by freedom
the systematic rape of African culture has begun
little time

  

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10. "That was Domino's whole style tho. I never heard Domino RAP rap til"
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16. " Domino was from St louis"
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that hardly gets stated, but because the g funk era and the styling took over he adapted to what the flavor was.

IMO the sing song rap thing you could say Heavy D in there also Kid and Play.

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18. "wow"
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i had *no* idea that Domino was from St. Louis. that didn't get any attention in St. Louis when he was big.

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20. "i got family in the Lou and DOmino rode the wagon of the LBC"
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dude didn't want to rep the Lou and DOmino is basically a one hit wonder type of cat in the bigger picture. i mean

cats like J Kwon who is from the Lou got more love than Domino and of course Nelly and Chingy.

but Domino wanted to get with what was happening and stack that Paper can't hate.

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19. "i think it might have just been a SoCal thing"
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Cold 187 and Kokane were both doing the sing-songy flow early 90s and late 80s.

DJ Quik and 2nd II None adopted it a little later...

edit: not to say it was the ONLY west coast flow that was popularly used.

  

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22. "Mix master spade "
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24. "Im mixmasster spade and im ready to rooooock"
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"Good hair"-Uzi

1619 the 1st slaves are brought to American shores
thus begins the phrase “mine is better than yours?” (huh?)
forced to serve-too broke to by freedom
the systematic rape of African culture has begun
little time

  

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26. "Yup the originator!"
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