Inmates Do Soulja Boy and Hammer

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Those wacky Filipino prisoners are at it again, this time doing a mass dance routine to Soulja Boy and Hammer.
There are 122 comments:
Male 1,204
in the end, everyone loves the MC hammer slide.
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Male 1,023
normally anything to do with solja boy is old and tired, i actually enjoyed tis. they also have to much time on they`re hands, you know, being thieves rapists and murderers.
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Male 76
^^^^^^^^^^^^^

That made sense...thanks.

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Female 5
In regards to the video...people who are willing to do corny choreographed dances probably shouldn`t even be in prison.

In regards to the cute little comments on rap... its a cop out. If you don`t like certain people for whatever reason then man up (or woman up) and say so. Its such a bitch move to do otherwise. Don`t hide behind trying to invalidate an enitre genre of music. And since the majority of the population only listens to rap that is played on the radio, I`m sure all this talk of lyrics and `real music` is based on something that represents only the commercial side of the genre. Its like listening to Avril Lavigne and then saying rock sucks. These are simples deductions that even the stupidest peon could make... but you choose not because its easier to viel your disdain than just come right out and say what you want. have fun wallowing in your ignorance.

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Male 76
Oh yes, one more thing. Sad to know that you don`t like reading. Oh well. Maybe you can bag my groceries in the future.
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Male 76
The lyrics to rap is horrible as well. Some pieces of rap are actually inspiring, and I respect those artists. But, you know, calling yourself a "nig&er" won`t help you as an artist, right? Nope, as long as that you`re black and can just say words to a booming, annoying bass beat in the background. Then sprinkle in some profanity that involves women, and you`re half done! All you have to do is find some white out, put it on your sunglasses, get some "bling", and you`re done. Congrats on being one of the worst artists in the world.

My favorite "modern" music? "What I`ve Done" by Linkin Park. Fantastic. Just fantastic. I love the music video too. Breathtaking.

Okay, I`m done.

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Toodles.

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Male 76
Yay, time to join the big debate on whether or not rap is good or not. I have lots to say, so read up! ^^

First of all, primetimekin, I didn`t know rappers deserved to be called their own race. I would`ve just called of them "Stupid-arrogant-no-talent-idiots-that-make-undeserving-amounts-of-money-and-apparently-can`t-spell."
Whew, what a mouthful to say.

Look, everywhere you see, there are always youth influenced negatively by rap artists. I`m surrounded by them. I ask them what is good about rap, they just say "get a life." Oh, real mature.

I have never seen a rap artist donate money to a charity, a good cause. Fact is, their all just money-sniffing idiots. Rappers like 50 cent, or even hip-hop artists like Akon rely heavily on the use of women in their music videos. Shouldn`t music just be music, not about women? Hell, go watch some porn, or get laid. Then again, I can`t get laid yet.

*sigh*

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Male 85
imagine trying to organize this in a u.s. prison
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Male 1,556
ya doing whatever you need to survive like and no snitching you are allowing this world to collapse on itself. Letting people commit crimes and such murders? Rapes? Theft? it ruins peoples lives and you let it happen by keeping youre mouth shut. If someone does something that has a negative effect on another. Turn them in it offers soem closure to the victim and keeps them from commiting another crime, or atleast for a long time/
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Female 57
soulja boy is racist. our school won this contest to get him to play at our school but he didnt want to come to our school cause he said he hates mexicans.

anyways these people looked like they had fun

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Male 7,933
phantom, where im from cake means something else....
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Male 14
well said Phantom17
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Male 7,933
1) I do hate Disney, it should be abolished
2) Anyone can say something deep and just make it rhyme at the end.
Abortion is wrong, you are murdering babies
Young minors have sex, whats with society lately?
homeless are nostalgic about the last meal that they ate
Young kids are now raised to be enamored with hate
Took me 2.5 seconds

coming up with something creative is much harder.
If you look at the artist whose main songs are just creative with no meaning, they are able to create more meaningful songs than other artist. Look at lil Wayne`s Hustlers Musik or T.I.`s live in the sky.

they are just not at the level of other rap artist.

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Male 136
primetimekin, i`m not talking about the rhyming scheme or the poetic devices he`s using. i`m talking about the meaning behind the lyrics. not that someone raised on the disney channel like the rest of today`s youth would understand anything like that.
i say anyone between 3 and 18 should be gotten rid of and we should just start over. that generation is a lost cause. who`s with me?
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Male 7,933
Red5TheFinn, thug life is the biggest misconception america has. your talking about a criminal, that not thug life. You need to start listening to tupac and get a better understanding of what thug life is. Its basically
1) Doing what it takes to survive, no matter what your situation is.
2) Loyal to friends no matter what. That includes ride or die and no snitching
3) Never pu$$y out. Thats basically thug life.

Quit being rapper racist

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Female 27
soulja boy, eh? they must hav run out of dances i guess.... :(
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Female 53
Eh. Not so much of modern rock. Or modern rap, for that matter. If you want to go into how interpretive a musical piece is, check up on classical.
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Male 101
i can dig all that, I guess im just saying the point of "art" is interpretation. Those who like it can like it, and no one should be told what they like isnt the correct thing to enjoy, and in terms of lyrics, i think that they are made to be related to, thus one man loves modest mouse, and finds great meaning, because he relates, it is the same with rap. In terms of simplicity, the song "nobody but you" is becoming popular, and its utterly simple, but i think its nice. Soulja boy may be very simple, but others find it nice.
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Female 427
I don`t care if they`re being tortured, it`s entertaining and I`m a sadomasochistic. Can`t help mahself >>
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Male 98
What a cruel and unusual punishment. I LOVE IT.
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Male 220
Rap != music, rap = poetry reading with a beat behind it, and a poetry reading populated by juvenile and immoral idiots at that. There, debate over.
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Male 1,556
wow thuggin you have to be the most pathetic commenter ever. Well if you is such a thug why the hell are you on a computer typing. I bet the worst you have ever done is taken a hair from a rabbit.

GGGGGGGGGGG G backpack!

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Male 7,933
thuggin.
And Teddy, until rockers leave the rap section alone on Yahoo Answers Rap section, I will not stop.
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Male 7,933
meaning of deep is different. To me this is really deep
"I said, I`m +Corporate Thuggin+
C-T-E!!
Until the day I die, dat`s the way it`s gon` be
Thug Motivation, I`m bumpin` in my 3
Blowin` on some killa poo dat I got from Zone 3
Blowin` Orange Mile, yeah we call it Tennessee
I`m good in err` hood, err` body know me
So don`t wake me up, I swear to God I`m dreamin`
Pray fo` Uncle Ray, yeah dat nigga still beamin`
Lookin` fly in the rooster pit, a nigga still leanin`
Money out here, so a nigga still schemin`
And I don`t make music, but the muthadratin` critics
They don`t understand `cause they ain`t muthadratin` livin` it
And I ain`t trippin` on +The Source+, I got a muthadratin` +plug+
Keepin` 5 mics, I`m still a mothadratin` thug
Now, the question is - CAN A NIGGA REALLY RAP?
And they ask you - IS YOU EVA BEEN TO THE TRAP?
Bitch I make hits, you niggas waste time
And I be Goddamn if I let chu waste mine"
Corporate Th
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Male 7,933
Red5TheFinn. 50 Cent is overated, he doesn`t have a good song since `Get rich or die trying`

and D_Fishbait.
The lyrics are too simple. Every line ends in one syllable. No creativity. Clever is what matters. Deep would be the same as emo music. and those same that you claim aren`t deep have the ability to be deeper than your artist.

"See i`ll be ridin just,
Ridin alone
Wit my daddy on my mind like u gotta be kiddin
How da hell u ain`t here 2 see ya prince do his thing
Sometimes i wanna drop a tear but no emotions from a king "

Thats from the same artist that says
"I see beef as dead meat"

"I came as a call
I came as flat
I came too soon so I came back"

I am on IAB
I am typing
I do the right thing, Like Spike Lee

No creativity. Boring. It sounds like he did that in a sec.

And Soulja Boy isn`t really rap, its crank dat. Its not about the lyrics its the dance, he is a decent choreographer.

And I guess my meani

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Male 7,933
ajikan, with the exception of rock, no other current music has lasted more than rap. And rock is on the decline, its turning emo and that will die quickly. Unless rock goes back to the classics, its going to die. Rap is the most popular music in the world (true fact. check the numbers)

Ebonics is a dialect, like Spanish, french, italian, romanian, english, german, actually, all modern languages. Its just one of the newer ones. Like in spanish they now have the P language which is used so that parents can speak and their children wont understand. The point of a language is to communicate, speaking both english and ebonics it is much easier to communicate in ebonics.

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Female 107
I was really waiting for them to do the typewriter. MC Hammer brings back so many memories.
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Male 136
teddyboy11, i`m not denouncing ALL other forms of music. i appreciate rap that is well made, and i appreciate many of the hip hop community`s talents, although i do not necessarily enjoy it myself. i am talking about people like soulja boy who just put together some pre made loops with degrading lyrics and call it art, and i am addressing the claim that lyrics like "one egg short of an omlette" have any deep meaning. yes, they are clever, but they have no depth. that is what i`m talking about.
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Male 136
Ajikan, thank you. you are one of the few people who actually see what`s going on in the industry today. michael buble is another annoyance. you should not get famous just redoing classic songs... badly...
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Male 248
Well little Stotie what would you like to be when you grow up.


A prisoner....

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Male 101
Wow... The fact that the argument over validity of rap vs. rock etc. is continuing. The argument is a battle of opinions, and opinions are not absolute truths. I think both of you like to hear/see (see,due to your typing)yourselves talk. A battle of tastes always ends up tasting like what it resolves, poo.

Im all for conversations, but both of you are still denouncing other forms of music which is lame. Music has many different currencies of worth. Lyrics, beat, melody, personal association, interpretation.. the list runs on.
give eachother a hug.

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Female 2,026
what would happen if you refused to dance?
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Male 1,556
Oh and prime time im not a critic, i dont go by studys and crap like that its just that music like alternative rock, NOT COUNTRY actually are fun to listen to.


Hey guys i got shot nine times can i go bowling wiht you know?

GGGGGGGG G backpack!

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Male 1,556
Well for logics sake dont bend youre hats upward.
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Male 1,526
my spelling isnt top notch, so before you flame me, Im not a native english speaker. and i wrote this in a hurry. i see most of my spelling errors now, but sadly there is no edit post button.
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Male 1,526
D_Fishbait.
Modest mouse is a rare and good band.But to be fair comparing them with hip hop is like comparing rubys to the poo that many kids listen to today.
It`s not just hip hop that gets on my nerves, its the whole idea of the youth wantiong to listen to poo that big companys puke out.
The prepackaged rebel label that is green day.
The plastic nonconformist merlin manson. aso
Maybe im just getting old, but i see this kind of behaivior outside of music to movies, games, clothes and to some extent ideologies.
This is the darkage of the new millenium, but there wont be a new renessance or reform.
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Male 944
Whats with all the big words and long essay posts?...is this not suppose to be funny and just something to whatch?...eat some cake
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Male 136
It takes a long time but God dies too
But not before he`ll stick it to you
Well I don`t know but I been told
You never die and you never grow old
I came as a call
I came as flat
I came too soon so I came back
I came as flowers
I came as nice
I came as dirt and I came as it`s price
It takes a long time but God dies too
But not before he`ll stick it to you
I don`t know but I been told you never die and you never grow old

now THAT is a song with depth. i wouldn`t expect many people to understand or appreciate it, but if you look it it for it`s true value, it is an amazing song. now tell me how combining "gloc" and "coma" to come up with "glaucoma" and repeating f*ck over and over and over compares to the pure philosophical genius of modest mouse`s lyrics.

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Male 136
Well I ain`t sure but I been told
He`s baking cakes inside our souls
Stayed awake took a nap got myself my bottles back
I`m breaking them out in the street
Walkin` `round in my bare feet
I do not need you to tell me that I am not a cat
I caught a ride we caught some air
He`s never gonna cut his hair
It takes more time to make a fake
We night swam down in the lake washed the
dirt off our intentions
Prattle on `bout bad inventions
I came as ice
I came as a whore
I came as advice that came too sure
I came as gold
I came as crap
I came clean and I came as a rat
(cont`d)
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Male 136
primetimekin, you are everything that is wrong with the youth these days. modest mouse, panic at the disco, radiohead, brand new, bright eyes. THESE are the artists who have the purest blend of music and lyrics. they put more emotion and metaphor into one line than the entire hip hop culture can ever come up with. the philisophical potential of modest mouse`s lyrics is endless.
"the stars are pjojectors, projecting our lives down to this planet."
"the universe is shaped exactly like the earth. if you go straight long enough, you`ll end up where you were."
i think one of the songs with the most possible different meanings is "i came as a rat" (see next post)
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Female 58
its a shame that so much time goes into teaching prisoners to do this. So many children who DIDN`T kill anyone would have better benefits in life from this than them.
fair enough it keeps them entertained and entertains us, but dont be too amused, these guys are in prison for a reason..
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Female 53
Pure Filipino <-- must beat a number of you :)

Anyway, this isn`t for humiliation, or torture, or any other thing. This is all meant to be exercise and entertainment for the prison inmates. Filipinos really like to dance; they love it. Dance and sing.

For anyone curious about more "Filipino culture," look up Wowowee. A horrid game show, when watched daily (my mom insists on blasting it every chance she gets).

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Male 1,526
(ebonics=lower education)=fact
Rap or hipphopp whatever you call it, will likely die within a decade. and most who listend to it will be ashamed, like the fluffy guys in the 80s.
But then again, something even more retarded will make its entrance.
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Female 1,244
that was ok..thriller was def better though
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Male 1,556
oh and i have too to this

gggggggggggg- g backpack!

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Male 1,556
wow iwas raised to hit the person back on the second hit and i only swear when its called for. I ate my f*cking potato with F*ucking sour cream. I say please and thank you because it can get you a long way i htink that i would rather have soemone like me thne to put a gun to their head.
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Female 731
I am SO proud of being Filipino right now...=D
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Male 60
I hope I never go to prison.
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Male 161
i love that 1 guy who otally looks like hes about to kill the next guy he sees just cus hes being forced to dance.

oh wait, thats all of them

better stay away from that prison....

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Male 7,933
f*ck you. whats wrong with that. You were raised to say please and thank you? Look this is straight street, its raw. "I dont give a damn about the motherf*cking critics, they dont understand cause they aint motherf*cking with it" - Young Jeezy
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Female 4
this is aweseome....death row does the hammer dance!
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Male 1,556
ya exactly notice how many times you said F*ck?
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Male 7,933
Until then I remain Corporate Thuggin CTE.

Lil wayne, T.I., and Young Jeezy (Best rapper`s alive)

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Male 7,933
rap aint dead, and soulja boy isnt rap its crank dat.
And I think your thinking of
"Money hoes, car and clothes
thats how all my niggas role
blowing dro, 24s
that how all my niggas role"
Rap is sick they dont spit they vomit, got it, one egg short of an omelette

I still don`t get how people don`t like
"dem boys Pu$$y, born without a back bone
and if they strapped we can trade like the dow jones
wet em up, I hope he got his towel on
I aim at your moon and get my howl on"

"Unf*cking believable, lil wayne`s the president
f*ck em f*ck em f*ck em, even if they celibate
I know the game is crazy, its more crazy than its ever been
im married to that crazy b*tch call me Kevin Federline"

Rap= Raw

Ok, im done for the day. Rap vs. World goes will have to hold on until tomorrow. So I just sit in my big house surrounded by my weaponries, I keep them away like I got leprosy.

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Female 6
what I love about this video, aside from the productive use of time to exercise as a group, is that they dance a heck of a lot better than people outside of jail.
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Female 1,158
Psh, there was hardly any soulja boy. That made it repetitive and boring.
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Female 963
That was epic. :-D
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Male 1,556
oh and primetime its not the dance i dont like. Its the lyrics like "crank that soulja" "oooooo" "ahhhhhhh yeahhhhhhhhh" like honestly its so juvenile and they think they are all bad. Some rappers are like "got my gun got my homies got my hos gonna go pop some bitches" like really, rap is dead used to be good but now its done for.


RAP IS DEAD (//_-)


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Female 48
I don`t know if I should be proud that they`re getting so much publicity, or ashamed that they danced to such a horrible song. I mean, "SOULA BOY" died when it came out. MC Hammer wasn`t that bad, but I still think the Thriller one pwns :]
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Male 9,305
I have mixed feelings about watching it...it`s...a conflicting interest.
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Female 2,064
Yeah, on YouTube I`ve subsribed to the guy that sets this stuff up. Preety sweet videos he has! :-D


FILIPINOS FTW

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Male 12
thriller was better but this is nice too i guess
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Male 251
1 jsut cause of soulja boy
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Female 1,407
Is that why crime rate is high? ^_^!
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Male 822
i think they were a little bored
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Female 31
OMG theres one were they do thriller and a guys dresed up as a girl.
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Male 2,576
How to dance like a Whitey!

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=...

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Male 7,933
that explains.
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Male 1,556
true true primetime i hate soulja, cant dance for poo(yes im white) and love electronica and techno
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Male 1,556
Soulja boy sucks
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Male 7,933
and the music that moves people the most is well techno. You have to take advantage of the new abilities you have with technology. Thats a part of music now.
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Male 7,933
soulja boy is a great choreographer.
I believe that rap artist ability to arrange words is far more advance than any other form of music. The most pleasing beats are the ones that are simple. I have heard many of Beethoven`s songs. I do have a history with the piano and guitar. But the ways rapper use words are unbelievable and that is better than moonlight sonata. There is a certain hood element in rap that beats other music.

And I find that most people that dont like Soulja Boy have no dancing abilities as a whole.

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Male 192
all of this is, indeed, a matter of opinion.


I believe the lyrics that my favorite bands play are very meaningful, symbolic, and metaphorical at times. That, combined with their supreme understanding and composition of music, makes them destroy rap in the music world.


you believe that repetitive beats give strict structure to a purely lyrical based sound. You do not understand that music has the ability to move someone far more than words alone.

when it comes down to it,
soulja boy sucks.

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Male 7,933
But the lyrics of all those artist doesn`t match the creativity of a rap artist. And rock bands have the same repetition as rap. Music is supposed to be ordered. Its supposed to have symmetry. And using pre-recorded sounds in a way that it creates a beat. A beat just keeps the song together, lyrics are what wins it,
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Male 7,933
t have no more then I feel like dying"

Every line can be used as a before and after on Jeopardy. Even while high he still creates amazing lyrics

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Male 192
nooo son, its much more complex than that.

For instance, he used Fruity loops to make his "music"

I have had to design real music with finale- where you actually use notes, instead of pre-recorded sounds. You have to arrange them on a staff, several different lines, so that they will compliment each other. That means runs in the same key, as well as adding notes to make the chord a 7th, or a minor, or the like.

then you must use different time signatures to achieve the proper rhythm you need, including triplets, dotted eighth notes, and any other notated music.

that is real music.

A poet moves people with words.

a musician moves people with music.

a rap "artist" is a poet, if anything.

bands like underoath, emery, chiodos, red hot chili peppers, are musicians.

they combine poetry with music. more talent than any rap "artist."

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Male 7,933
"I am sittin on the clouds
I got smoke coming from my seat
I can play basketball with the moon
I got the whole world at my feet
Playin’ touch football on Marijuana Street
Or in a marijuana field
You are so beneath my cleats
Get high, so high that I feel like lying
Down in a cigar
Roll me up & smoke me cause
I feel like dying
Swimming laps around a bottle of Louis The 13th
Jumping off of a mountain into a sea of Codine
I’m at the top of the top but still I climb
And if I should ever fall, the ground will then turn to wine
Pop, Pop, I feel like flying, then I feel like frying, then I feel like dying
I can mingle with the stars & throw a party on Mars
I am a prisoner locked up behind Xanax bars
I have just boarded a plane without a pilot
And violets are blue,
Roses are red
Daisies are yellow,
The flowers are dead
Wish I can give you this feeling that I feel like buying
And if my dealer don
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Male 7,933
Respect is viewed differently by areas. I find it pointless to speak as if in a business meeting since it is often not as effective in communication. Save that for actual business meetings.

If you listen to any other music, they all have basic rhymes. Rap has the most creativity.
As in the example used, notice all the allusions made to mortal kombat and his use of simile`s and metaphors. Anyone can get a beat and then keep adding things to make it more complex. Pure lyricism is harder to find

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Male 192
like i said.

If you plan to be a rap "artist", then you should at least but that much effort into the lyrics. I respect free style rap, as well as some, really meaningful, rap- but only for the lyrics, not for the musical creativity.

There is much more to music than beeps, and bass hits, a whole lot more. It takes years and years to understand fully how music works. I could ask a rap "artist" to describe the circle of fifths, and he would have no idea what im talking about.

but why choose to degrade your intellect when your with your friends? Why not act every day as if you were in a business meeting? you will gain so much more respect, as you will be viewed as a professional, rather than a "ho bangin" sleeze bag.

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Male 7,933
Lyrics are much more important than a beat.
"Only down south rapper could`ve been in a firm
Or, the commissioner or Wu Tang nigga
Tryna to tell you I can kick it like Lu Kang nigga
Got the sub zero flow how u on me ma
Make her get over here like Scorpion
And when it come down to this recoding
I must be Lebron James if he`s Jordan
No, I won rings with my performance
I`m more Kobe Bryant of an artist
Same coach, same game, been starting
Same triangle offense "

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Male 7,933
But it is just that, a dialect, slang, Obviously you wouldn`t use it in company meetings but in songs it is fine.

And most music lacks complex sentence lines. A common misconception is that Soulja boy is rap. Soulja boy is really Crank Dat which is based more on beats than lyrics. What he was able to do was create a name for himself using only FruityLoops studio. Rap uses more rhetoric devices than any other music form. Lil wayne uses a large amounts of similies metaphors etc. He uses words in ways that weren`t imagined before.
Hit them with a glock, put them in a coma, now what dat boy got.... glaucoma.

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Male 192
complex time signatures, as well as music theory. Rap is repetitive, untalented beats based off a midi keyboard, with no vocal talent except excessive, fast poetry reading.

In other words, to succeed in this country, you have to bypass the "simple" language, and learn those, apparently incredibly hard, silent letters in order to appear respectable and be successful.

that is, unless you find satisfaction in boating greedy intentions, and disrespect for women- then you can succeed as a modern rap "artist".

Beethoven had a great understanding of music.

There is no possible way you can fit that much knowledge in a person like "soulja boy`s" little tiny, ignorant, selfish brain.

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Male 192
LOL primetimekin

allow me to point you to a recent study on ebonics:
http://www.aawc.com/ebonicsarticle.html

You are correct in saying that there is no "right" or "wrong" language. But a person`s dialect reflects their upbringing. If you look to the origins of ebonics, as well as where it is commonly used, you will find that the people who use it are most commonly not introduced to technology, and proper education.

For example, you do not see our president, major corporations such as Apple, or Microsoft, or any other company basing their language off of ebonics. This is because Ebonics is a sign of lack of proper education, and the inability to convey a point properly to another person.

And, as far as music. Some rap, can be very meaningful in poetry. However, musically, it is a disaster. most music puts forth effort in the lyrics, as well as incredible musical structure with complex t

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Male 646
They almost made Soulja Boy cool again.
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Male 188
This is just the first step towards turning prisons into gameshow executions like that movie The Running Man

and I can`t wait

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Male 133
wow, I`m suprised the prison was able to put on that big of a show. Instead of going to the movies on Friday nights, citizens must go to the local prison.
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Female 243
A couple of weeks ago I saw a French documentary on the experiments in the Iwahig prison complex in Manilla, Philippines. It was awesome. The low security section of the prison is nearly self-sufficient. The inmates build their own shacks to live in - with their entire families - and have jobs which serve this mini-economy.

That having been said, one of the inmates interviewed talked about the main prison in Manilla. He said that gangs controlled everything and that inmates were routinely murdered and chopped into pieces to be dumped into the septic tank. He said he witnessed 30 such murders while there.

The name of the film is Hors les Murs (Out of Bounds) (could not find imdb.com entry), and I recommend it if you can find it.

Trivia fact: Manilla has the biggest prison in the world.

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Male 7,933
beat (they are dead meat, and of course Beef itself is nothing more than dead meat)

Rap also has paradoxes.

"I`m cold, like a midnight in Aspen
I am the President and the assassin"
Here he explains that he is cold or rather heartless with no emotion. And he is both a ruler (President) and he is heartless like an assassin.

To everyone, quit being rapper racist, if rap is too simple, you don`t understand the basics

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Male 7,933
and there is no other music genre that has as much creativity as rap. All other forms of music repeat the same one syllable rhymes and dont add any rhetorical devices such as double entendres.
"Let me take you to a place where the sun don`t shine
Killers don`t talk, little kids don`t mind
Men don`t work, don`t take care of babies
You bought my album but bootleggers don`t pay me
City runnin wild, cats don`t give a drat
Junior High students don`t say no to drugs
Liquor stores don`t ask shorties for their ID
This is a place where don`t nothin surprise me
The ghetto"

And for double entendres
" I cover my track like butter, so where the bread be
I see beef as dead meat"

For those who do not understand ebonics he is saying that he has great rhymes spread throughout his album (cover my track like butter) and for this he deserves money (bread. Notice how he combines butter and bread) He sees competitions (beef) as something which he can

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Male 7,933
basstud09, you realize that american english is a dialect of british english and ebonics is a dialect of american english. Why is one a respectable language and the other retarded? Spanish, Italian, Romanian, French, and Portuguese where all dialects of Latin and people made the same outrageous claims about those languages as you do with ebonics. And if you would educate yourself, you would realize that the success of a language is measured by how effective it is at communicating. If you know ebonics you would know that it is a much easier form of communication rather than regular english.

If you want to get technical, english one of the dumbest languages there is. Quicksand is slow, there are way too many silent letters and you dont pronounce words how they are spelled. But it is effective at communication.

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Male 249
Most likely it was just for fun. I doubt they`d recreate the Zimbardo experiment just to torture a thousand people by telling them to dance. I don`t think the milgram would even work with so many people together. Eventually they`d do something to stop it.
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Male 2,576
I`d like to point to the Milgram Experiment:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_exp...

And the Zimbardo Experiment:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanford_pr...

It might look cool, but they had to teach them the dances and get them in sync.

It`s not "Those Silly Filipinos" thats ignorance.
The guards and administration.
I`ts a form of humiliation.

OR I could be comleatly wrong and it`s a form of fun recreation / physical activity which takes away from the cells and man rape.

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Male 1,583
well i think its kind of a good thing. It teaches the prisoners team work, give them motivation. Possibly it will prevent some of them from returning to being criminals when they are released.
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Female 1,492
is this some sort of punishment?
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Male 276
that was fun to watch knowing im part filipino


PINOY 4 eva!!!

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Male 192
LOL^^^^

right on

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Male 83
Prison in the Philippines really does seem like torture, I mean killing someone is one thing, but then being forced to dance to soulja boy and MC Hammer for the rest of your sentence is just straight-up inhumane. Poor people in their jolly orange outfits. :(
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Male 944
bassstud09

Take a lesson from me, lighten up...eat some cake...be happy...and enjoy music. okie dokie? =]

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Male 411
I prefered the other version. They seemed more co-ordinated on that one too. I can`t believe I just made that comment about prisoners :-/.
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Female 427
Wow! I wonder if I can book them for my little nephews birthday party?

...Ooh that`s right, murderers and rapists. Gotcha.

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Male 192
the lack of possessions is the path to enlightenment.

every crime is based off of selfish deeds, and every source of trouble on this earth, including death, is result of greed.

take a lesson from ghandi - a man deserving of respect, unlike the prick "soulja boy" who achieved fame by boasting his low IQ, ignorant speech, disrespect for people (especially women), and obsession with material goods.


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Male 747
Stupid >.>
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Female 60
haha.. i love how they have a crowd cheering for them :P
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Male 944
bassstud09 u just mad cause you a poor person compared to Soulja boy and that so many people love him...dont hate =D
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Female 1,395
this is great! =D
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Male 192
"souljah boy", like all other rap/pop "artists", is a greedy gluttonous douche bag, who is entirely vein and arrogant. Because this sold out poo impacts weak and ignorant minds, and since the majority of America, especially a*s holes like "souljah boy", is ebonic speaking retards that don`t understand how to use a condom and will eventually end up on the television show, Maury, this video deserves a 0 and should be deleted for promoting such half a*sed, ridiculous behavior.
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Male 98
aww those silly lil phillipinos, theyre sooooooo cute!!!! its hard to think about the fact that theyre all like rapists and murderers...>-(
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Male 791
Why riot when you can spontaneously break into song and dance?
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Male 2,159
But... where are the enormous trousers? :-(

Kaleotora, there are far worse songs out there. At least these two are catchy, even if they suck. I prefer the Travis Barker version of Crank That anyway.

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Female 691
lol that rocked.
thriller was funny too.
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Male 1,455
^Fail
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Female 472
Its a shame they had to dance to 2 of the worst songs to ever come out of the US.
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Male 24
they look happy lol notsoevil

and well, they are murderers and stuff... guess it`s ok :/

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Female 101
Really horrible conditions in this prison. The `warden` basically makes the prisoners perform for the guests he recieves at the prison and life is no where near good even by prison standards if you aren`t practicing insane hours each day in cheap ass sandals that make your feet bleed.

You`re essentially watching the product of torture.

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Male 13
Ah - this is where those background dancers come from.
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Male 15
if I ever commit a crime, I`m gonna do it in the Phillippines, so i can go to that prison.
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Male 1,092
ha i can imagine seeing that seeing as i used to live in the Philippines
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Male 6
one word: "NICE"
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Female 2,258
Some of the guys in that main group could totally get themselves careers as backup dancers, you know, after they`re finished with their jail sentence.
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Female 663
That was cool. They may be in jail, but at least they`re doing something productive.
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Female 5
Thriller was totally better ^_^

(On another note- FIRST POOOST)

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Male 20,909
Link: Inmates Do Soulja Boy and Hammer [Rate Link] - Those wacky Filipino prisoners are at it again, this time doing a mass dance routine to Soulja Boy and Hammer.
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