DMX is a pathetic choice. Anyone who would choose him is either ignorant of all the best rappers or is judging it by something other than skill. As for Eminem I thought he was the best for a long time and when I first found the real GOAT it took me a long time to consider him the best. At first I liked K-Rino but he really grew on me in about a years time, and I realized Eminem could never write like K-Rino or Canibus because despite him being very good at rapping he is not actually an intelligent person at the end of the day.
Eminem is the best at rhyming but in every category all together K-Rino is ultimately the best rapper I've ever heard. There are rappers who are better than him in each area but none who are as good as him in all areas simultaneously.
Because I used to have wolfers in my old truck and played DMX all of the time. The music got the girls hot and ready and was the best music for the booty bang.
I ponder...how many guys getting laid while the lil cracker rapper sqwaks like a chicken......
My god man...
And Tupac was so good he was shot dead in the street in Vegas.
In case you're not trolling
If I'd been trolling, I obviously would have said MC Hammer.
The reply was of course meant to be in a lighthearted vein and one which I use in the gym when someone suggests that some motivating music is played.
What I know about rap is that the C on the keyboard must have been broken when this type of music was first named and the typing error has been unwittingly replicated ever since.
Another lighthearted comment.
I have the greatest respect for most nations of Asian and European origins.
If however, by expressing the conclusions of my experiences, study and observations of the average black person you consider me to be a racist then that's fine by me.
Would I listen to good rap music ( that's an oxymoron if ever I heard one;--(only a wee joke) with an open mind you ask.
Well yes, I most certainly would.
My Liked Videos on You Tube range from Rachmaninoff to the Beatles and from African Heavy Metal to Ruby Murray.
After Vaughan Williams, The five variants of Dives & Lazarus and Wagner's Tannhauser Overture comes Classical Gas by Mason Williams followed by The Days of Pearly Spencer by David McWilliams.
What I'm saying here is that I appreciate any good music of its type and will listen to your suggested Rap numbers impartially and objectively.
Maybe you could pass judgment on one or more on my music preferences.
I would value your opinion.
Welcome to CreateDebate
CreateDebate is a social debate community built around ideas, discussion and democracy. If this is your first time checking out a debate, here are some quick tips to help get you started:
- Arguments with the highest score are displayed first. Argument replies (both in favor and in opposition) are displayed below the original argument. To follow along, you may find it helpful to show and hide the replies displayed below each argument.
- To vote for an argument, use these icons: You have the power to cast exactly one vote (either up or down) for each argument. Once you vote, the icon will become grayed out and the argument's score will change. Yes, you can change your vote.
- Debate scores, side scores and tag scores are automatically calculated by an algorithm that primarily takes argument scores into account. All scores are updated in real-time. To learn more about the CreateDebate scoring system, check out the FAQ.
- When you are ready to voice your opinion, use the Add Argument button to create an argument. If you would like to address an existing argument, use the Support and Dispute link within that argument to create a new reply.