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Old 10-02-2010, 10:18 AM
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From a purely technical stand point, as in flow, rhyme scheme and pure lyricalism, i agree.

However i feel the subjects and what 2pac said in his tracks much more that Eminem's tracks. I also like Pac's voice better.


For big, he has one of the sickest voice ever, and he had one of those heavy flow that just destroys a beat. His rhymes were good too considering he did most of his work in 1993-1997. Back then he was already dropping multisyllabic bars. Everybody does it today but back then it was not as common.


Don't get me wrong, i really like eminem, i just wishes he would abord serious subjects more often.

The slim shady LP is one of my favorite albums of all time.

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