Discussion in 'Music' started by fractalated, May 11, 2004.

  1. fractalated

    fractalated Member

    hmm, not very hippy i know but i've just re-got 2pac's Hit 'Em Up - disagree with what he's saying all you like but can you hear the passion and the venom in his voice?? the power and the drive is awesome (and a bit scary) to hear!
  2. jackerouac

    jackerouac Member

    HIT um up....is spit wonderfully.....

    its one of my favorite 2pac songsss....even though im on the eastside biznitch
    (that was in no way meant to be derogatory)

    "Thug Livin out a prison, pistols in the air, hahaha "
  3. RainbowCat

    RainbowCat Senior Member

    tupac is great! he's such a good rapper! and he seemed to be somewhat nice.
  4. BraveSirRubin

    BraveSirRubin Members

    Tupac did have some interesting poetic lyrics, but I completely disagree with all he said. He spread a message of violence... the idiot.
  5. how do 2pac fans find this site? just wondering?
  6. digitalldj

    digitalldj Canucks ftw!

    yea that tends to happen when u grow up fueding with rival gangs, which are also some of the biggest
  7. miami musician

    miami musician Senior Member

    hmm... i thought tupac was good, not as good as my other favorites. but the message i think he was trying to send, although as violent as it was, was a message of peace. he had to come across to a certain group who weren't really fortunate enough to grow up in a middle class well-to-do family. he had a hard life, and that's what his music reflected.

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