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    CRY BABY

    Okay so this tread is for just the song cry baby, where does this track place with you....To me this is one of his best tracks hes done....material was raw, beat was off the chain, and the flow was one of his finest most crisp track yet. so many speed changes and amazing lyrics just suck me in.....what you guys think...

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    this is one of my favorite songs off 'killer'. it gives me a good giggle.

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    Straight the fuck up homie!!! This track has got to be one of tech's illest and realest tracks.I think a lot of motherfuckers that listen to hiphop ,even a lot of ppl on this site and damn near every other hiphop site should really sit the fuck down and listen to this track and learn from it.I hear ppl always crying about soulja boy and lil wayne and even tech ,bitching about lyrics and dances and content like they worked harder than these artists!!!But where the fuck are thier monsterous amounts of albums,stage shows and marketing schemes that show they do???I think ppl point the finger at the wrong ppl when it comes to the material being exploited over the radio waves.Its not the artists fault for trying to get a piece of "that american dream".I blame the owners of the monster companies for setting certain stipulations when it comes to the "mainstream".I always hear ppl talking about the "golden era" or "the good ole days" of hiphop but man move the fuck on.Its 2009 and the game has evolved.There has always been conformative music like mc hammer who was considered a sell out for doing a pepsi commercial.Mc hammer bridged the gap and paved the way for hiphop to keep growing and gaining by these certain endorsements in my opinion.Shit now you got ice cube(amerikkas most wanted) doing movies for disney.On the soulja boy tip every1 is bitching about his lyrical ability and hating on his "super man"dance but really ask yourselves if hiphop only encompasses lyrics.When i think of hiphop i think of lyrics,dancing,clothing,dj's,and graphitt (just to name a few). Now does soulja boy fit into any of those categories???I think so.The point is that these artists are making a way for thier families and friends to eat better while opening new doors of opportunity for the youngsters trying to do the same(THERE AINT NOTHING REALER THAN THAT PERIOD). At the same time they condone unity whenever a group of ppl are together listening to thier music in one place with all thier hands in the air while having a smile on thier faces.Now why and the fuck would we as human beings be opposed to those type of situations and outcomes???That shit is FUCKIN BEAUTIFUL and only could i wish and imagine that i had that kind of influence over a big group of ppl.

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    wow i feel ya homie real talk...I assume you would say that Cry Baby was influencal too ya too haha
    I just felt like his message was clear and so well covered, wrapped ever so elegantly as only tech can....flow

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    Straight the fuck up homie!!! This track has got to be one of tech's illest and realest tracks.I think a lot of motherfuckers that listen to hiphop ,even a lot of ppl on this site and damn near every other hiphop site should really sit the fuck down and listen to this track and learn from it.I hear ppl always crying about soulja boy and lil wayne and even tech ,bitching about lyrics and dances and content like they worked harder than these artists!!!But where the fuck are thier monsterous amounts of albums,stage shows and marketing schemes that show they do???I think ppl point the finger at the wrong ppl when it comes to the material being exploited over the radio waves.Its not the artists fault for trying to get a piece of "that american dream".I blame the owners of the monster companies for setting certain stipulations when it comes to the "mainstream".I always hear ppl talking about the "golden era" or "the good ole days" of hiphop but man move the fuck on.Its 2009 and the game has evolved.There has always been conformative music like mc hammer who was considered a sell out for doing a pepsi commercial.Mc hammer bridged the gap and paved the way for hiphop to keep growing and gaining by these certain endorsements in my opinion.Shit now you got ice cube(amerikkas most wanted) doing movies for disney.On the soulja boy tip every1 is bitching about his lyrical ability and hating on his "super man"dance but really ask yourselves if hiphop only encompasses lyrics.When i think of hiphop i think of lyrics,dancing,clothing,dj's,and graphitt (just to name a few). Now does soulja boy fit into any of those categories???I think so.The point is that these artists are making a way for thier families and friends to eat better while opening new doors of opportunity for the youngsters trying to do the same(THERE AINT NOTHING REALER THAN THAT PERIOD). At the same time they condone unity whenever a group of ppl are together listening to thier music in one place with all thier hands in the air while having a smile on thier faces.Now why and the fuck would we as human beings be opposed to those type of situations and outcomes???That shit is FUCKIN BEAUTIFUL and only could i wish and imagine that i had that kind of influence over a big group of ppl.

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    Great song, whenever my friends start bitching about something I play this song for them.

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    Crybaby is one of my fav joints on Killer too I think that fuckin song is crazy I get hyped everytime I hear it.

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    I'll have to cosign to this whole thread so far...

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    that little kid in the song does scare the shit out of me though.

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