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BroKing

is stones throw racist??

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Racist against stupidity.

Considering the roster tho, if you look at the genetic make up of all the artists, people involved with Stones Throw and its fans and supporters, I would say, Peanut Butter Wolf is one step away from the a Third Reich for sure.

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Oh, I misread your first statement. "To" should have been "too". It didnt make sense to me. So I called it stupid. Who is "Stones Throw" ? Who said it? Where is your source? Did you take it out of context? I hardly think Stones Throw is a racist outfit.

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absolutely

they didnt hire me as their manager because i was too black (see my avatar). dem stuck up honkey are racist tho. especially their owner peanis batter whore

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Someone link to the thread where Dudley calls ST racist...

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dem stuck up honkey are racist tho. especially their owner peanis batter whore

*peanus batter

that thread was gold

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Oh, I misread your first statement. "To" should have been "too". It didnt make sense to me. So I called it stupid. Who is "Stones Throw" ? Who said it? Where is your source? Did you take it out of context? I hardly think Stones Throw is a racist outfit.

in this song he said it

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:27 "Fuck Stone Records" wow, that guy should've done some proofreading (or i guess it would be called proof-listening...?) before releasing that track. and plus, it's his word against theirs...where's the proof of ST saying his music's "too black"? maybe he misheard 'black' for 'whack' :lol:

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dude that track is ON stones throw

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^^^ this may be the only good to ever come out of that thread. found it on page 3, now it's my go-to gif lol.

Lmao! I can't believe I read all that. What a boring ass saturday.

Yeah, don't believe everything you hear in rap music. Some dudes lie in the booth. lol ;)

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Regarding the quote, I don't think he says "Stones Throw Records", I think he says "Stones Records". If he did, maybe PBW didn't want him on the label and thought saying his music was "too black" would be like a "cool let down", like, "noo man, your music is too black. It's too real. People just won't get it".

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i stand by my comments: that dude does not sound like a very good rapper imo...kinda like a poor man's Guru lol.

& fyi, just listen to the track...even if he is talking about ST (which he probably is), he totally flubbed the "Throw" part in trying to keep his flow on-beat. which from a lyricist's perspective, is kinda lazy writing. if you can't fit the full name of the label you're dissing then why even say it? or at least re-word the line for it to make sense, this isn't the '90s anymore haha...that Will Smith style of rhyming doesn't fly anymore, it just makes it sound even more dated than it already does. also my last point: this EP was released in 2003, the same year of King Geedorah/Viktor Vaughn/M.I.C./Special Herbs #4-6...so DOOM on the one hand was revolutionizing the underground trying new things, while this dude was stagnating the genre and throwing a hissy-fit over his lack of sales.

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i stand by my comments: that dude does not sound like a very good rapper imo...kinda like a poor man's Guru lol.

The production's pretty good though

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i stand by my comments: that dude does not sound like a very good rapper imo...kinda like a poor man's Guru lol.

& fyi, just listen to the track...even if he is talking about ST (which he probably is), he totally flubbed the "Throw" part in trying to keep his flow on-beat. which from a lyricist's perspective, is kinda lazy writing. if you can't fit the full name of the label you're dissing then why even say it? or at least re-word the line for it to make sense, this isn't the '90s anymore haha...that Will Smith style of rhyming doesn't fly anymore, it just makes it sound even more dated than it already does. also my last point: this EP was released in 2003, the same year of King Geedorah/Viktor Vaughn/M.I.C./Special Herbs #4-6...so DOOM on the one hand was revolutionizing the underground trying new things, while this dude was stagnating the genre and throwing a hissy-fit over his lack of sales.

the track is from the 90,s idiot and its a great track you just dont get it

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the track is from the 90,s idiot and its a great track you just dont get it

Bro King!!! LoL

James Frank is the mizzan. Ask anyone. His level of awesomeness is far above yours. Show respect!

Just cause an emcee gets lazy for one line in a track, doesn't mean the track sucks. Smh.

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what is there to get? it's a straightforward that was *recorded in 1994 and *released almost a full decade later for some reason :huh: about how he's telling everyone to fuck off...oh, and btw-- this had to have been only months after Charizma passed away, and TWO FUCKING YEARS before Stones Throw was even an official label lol, so how could he even have hate towards a non-existent, very small independent record company? that would be like me going to a studio and making a song where i say "Fuck Wax Trax"...nobody outside of Denver would even get that reference. the fact that it was made in 1994 makes the track even more puzzling as to what it's trying to do.

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the track is from the 90,s idiot and its a great track you just dont get it

this basically sums it up for me.

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Rarely do I EVER agree with BroKing but to say 50 Grand is a terrible rapper is just showing how ignorant you are to the history of ST and quality hip hop. HD is the shit! No fronting. Y'all need to watch your steps with those fucking comments.

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eh, it's all about opinions right? i can't like every single rapper out there, and this dude just sounds way too much like other rappers of his day...it's no wonder he never stood out among the crowd, ST-affiliation or not.

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Yah. This track is very dated. Sometime after Jamatazz and pre Nas. It's not bad, but its not great by any means. Not sure if anyone even said it was tho.

"So fuck George Bush for startin wars and shit", given that, I say its prophetic.

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"So fuck George Bush for startin wars and shit", given that, I say its prophetic.

i think he was referring to Papa Bush

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but point taken. haha

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