GamleOle

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  • In this recently released song, the game says that 2pac's killer "died at the car wash". Orlando was killed in a shootout at a car wash. In this interview, the game confirms that Biggie and Puffy knew Orlando: The story basically goes that Pa…
  • JonnyPaycheck said:1. I don't think dude is trying to say Dre was a wholesome cat, just that the movie is inflating his gangsterism 2. I do think he's suggesting that Dre is somehow less real or less thorough because he didn't bang, which is …
  • batmon said:JonnyPaycheck said:1. I don't think dude is trying to say Dre was a wholesome cat, just that the movie is inflating his gangsterism 2. I do think he's suggesting that Dre is somehow less real or less thorough because he didn't ban…
  • batmon said:GamleOle said:I haven't watched it yet, but from what I have heard so far, it is not entirely truthful. It seems that they wanted Dre to look like a gangster who stood up to Suge and beat up blood gang members. That almost certainly didn…
  • batmon said:GamleOle said:I haven't watched it yet, but from what I have heard so far, it is not entirely truthful. It seems that they wanted Dre to look like a gangster who stood up to Suge and beat up blood gang members. That almost certainly didn…
  • batmon said:GamleOle said:I haven't watched it yet, but from what I have heard so far, it is not entirely truthful. It seems that they wanted Dre to look like a gangster who stood up to Suge and beat up blood gang members. That almost certainly didn…
  • I haven't watched it yet, but from what I have heard so far, it is not entirely truthful. It seems that they wanted Dre to look like a gangster who stood up to Suge and beat up blood gang members. That almost certainly didn't happen. Dre was not int…
  • kenny said:I want some Brotha Lynch Hung. Besides his own releases, he also produced some stuff that's worth checking out.
  • ketan said:G-Writah said:I don't see how anyone could solidly come to those conclusions based just on listening to his music and interview snippets. That's just postulating. I mean, I've seen so many videos of him doing interviews with bein…
  • G-Writah said:I don't see how anyone could solidly come to those conclusions based just on listening to his music and interview snippets. That's just postulating. The few interview snippets I have included in my post are only brief illustra…
  • JonnyPaycheck said: He's ridden Pac's style throughout his career including cover versions of actual Pac songs ("Bonnie & Clyde"). There's other examples but I always think of "Feelin' It" because it could easily be a Pac song. I think Ja…
  • JATX said:Since he is such a big icon, it just strikes me that the masses don’t have a better understanding of him, Could you elaborate on that? I agree Pac is held in high regard by a lot of people. Took a political science class as an …
  • Using the Bernard Wright sample and featuring Richie Rich, this track seems to be some kind of rework or updated version of 415's "Snitches & Bitches".
  • staxwax said:GamleOle said:KidProcrass said:Shit i wrote a long ass reply and it deleted by accident. Basically most of them would of had no career (eazy) Get stuck in the jiggy era or force to split with babdboy (biggie) or ride it out for a few ye…
  • KidProcrass said:Shit i wrote a long ass reply and it deleted by accident. Basically most of them would of had no career (eazy) Get stuck in the jiggy era or force to split with babdboy (biggie) or ride it out for a few years and become "old school"…
  • I think a lot of people make the mistake of accepting Mopreme as one of the best sources of information on 2pac because he was 2pac’s stepbrother and was part of Thug Life. Mopreme has probably also contributed with a lot of valuable, accurate infor…
  • Cosmo said:we should dig up the pac/big thread from last year and just quote that thread. We should take all of the people who can't stand to have a conversation about Pac without bringing up BIG, or for that matter can't stand to have a conversati…
  • 33thirdcom said:pac was a decent rapper and has a mess of tracks that are dope as hell, however if he didn't have a dope beat he suffered and really couldn't stand on his own as a rapper. Besides Dre and Snoop he definately benefitted the most from…
  • Another one by Hutson
  • G-Writah said:GamleOle said:pjl2000xl said:yeah but some of pacs big songs were created during the rivalry. When there is more then one song dedicated to another artist i.e. "hit em up" or "god bless the dead" A while back, a lot of us believ…
  • pjl2000xl said:yeah but some of pacs big songs were created during the rivalry. When there is more then one song dedicated to another artist i.e. "hit em up" or "god bless the dead" A while back, a lot of us believed that "God Bless the Dead"…
  • Rockadelic said:Horseleech said:GamleOle said:And when people hate on Suge for having Biggie killed, that’s because they are both ignorant and biased. Bigge and Puffy brought it on themselves. I think people would have hated even more on Suge if he …
  • Horseleech said:GamleOle said:And when people hate on Suge for having Biggie killed, that’s because they are both ignorant and biased. Bigge and Puffy brought it on themselves. I think people would have hated even more on Suge if he had not tried to…
  • DJ_Enki said:GamleOle said:There has been too much hating on Suge Knight in the last decade or two. The fact that Death Row fell apart and Dre and Snoop went on to achieve a lot of financial success definitely influenced how Dre and Snoop are portra…
  • There has been too much hating on Suge Knight in the last decade or two. The fact that Death Row fell apart and Dre and Snoop went on to achieve a lot of financial success definitely influenced how Dre and Snoop are portrayed as the good guys today …
  • batmon said:GamleOle said:leon said:batmon said:ost said: To me it boils down to Soul music from roughly '75 to '81 that's more polished than the '60's & '70's classic sound from Motown, Stax, Hi, etc... Essentially, I would describe it …
  • leon said:batmon said:ost said: To me it boils down to Soul music from roughly '75 to '81 that's more polished than the '60's & '70's classic sound from Motown, Stax, Hi, etc... Essentially, I would describe it as Disco era Soul music. A…
  • This one shouldn't be more than $50.