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Wednesday, November 17, 2010

(Audio) Jay-Z says at one point in time "Prodigy was the best emcee in the game..."

He also talks about the Takeover/Ether debate. He says as a "record" Takeover is "100 times better....". What do you think?

3 comments:

  1. well...he was...still is as far as I'm concerned. last album he dropped was a banger.

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  2. concerning just the lyrical skill i think there has definitely been a downfall but on the other hand mobb deep still are much closer to their original sound as many other artists incl. Jay-Z... they been in the game for 17-18 years now and still manage to make good music and to stay relevant and "mainstream" enough to get good deals but they also still kicking real shit aside from that glamour party maybach kind of sh*t. At the end of a day music is their profession and they got to deal with those A&R's and dump it down if told to in order to make a living and save some cash for the future when they not rapping nomore

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