Big L Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous
» Back to review

Comments:Add a Comment 
LambsBread
October 28th 2013


3592 Comments


Neither sold out but relatively Wu tang sold out way more than 2pac... Remember that method and red show?? How about
all those shitty method man movies.

2pac never sold out, be was a unique case of a rapper being genuine and insanley popular, kinda like Michael Jackson
hmm

FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

all of pac's movies were average at best, and im talking musically dick weed. since we're on the subject of pac, big l>>>>>>> pac is insanely overrated. oh and i forgot method man was the only member in wu HMMMMMM

Gwyn.
October 28th 2013


15160 Comments


He was a pretty decent actor, but yea Pac's movies were bleh, as is pretty much any movie starting or
featuring a musician that isn't in a cameo

FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i loved juice though

LambsBread
October 28th 2013


3592 Comments


Dick weed?

LambsBread
October 28th 2013


3592 Comments


Big l made one album + 2pac was most influential rapper ever = 2pac > big l

Gwynn already mentioned Rae and ghost selling out. Rza sold out too. Not really but more than 2pac anyway



FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

you should be a lawyer

Keyblade
October 28th 2013


15044 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Phlegm
October 28th 2013



599 Comments

Report this Post

the whole DITC crew are dope

+ 2012: TNB avatar. Let's be bffs

Digging: Submotion Orchestra - Alium

FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

he's officially a bro yea

Keyblade
October 28th 2013


15044 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Pac woulda prolly have been making hits with 50 Cent and co in the early 2000's

FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

i don't want to speculate too much but yea he would have probably gone down the nas path i suppose. though with as much shit as he talked, there was just no way pac could have survived

Keyblade
October 28th 2013


15044 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Haha true. I've always found it interesting he repped the WEST SIDE pretty hard despite growing up in
NY

Gwyn.
October 28th 2013


15160 Comments


Life is Good is a pretty good album man

LambsBread
October 28th 2013


3592 Comments


Where is there any reason to think he would sell out? There was never a cd he made that was poppy overall at all

Keyblade
October 28th 2013


15044 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Like Gwyn said, second disc of All Eyez

Gwyn.
October 28th 2013


15160 Comments


Exactly, shit just listen to California Love, its main single


Tupac suffered from a problem I have with a lot very popular hip hop artists: His beats were always
fairly bland and always gave the impression of being manufactured for the masses, they were always
extremely easy to approach. His themes were also approachable, though sometimes, in his more emotional
songs, that didn't really matter, but yeah.

LambsBread
October 28th 2013


3592 Comments


Singles are poppier songs by definition, that album still isn't poppy, he just created a style that a lot of poppy rappers happened to reuse.

FourthReich
October 28th 2013


17915 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

they're poppier by definition? is this pop?

Keyblade
October 28th 2013


15044 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

That's true. He is pretty much the template that most poppy faux gangsta rappers tried to emulate since. Doesn't necessarily mean he would have ended up that way, but it sorta clouds your judgement I guess. We'll never get to find out sadly.

Phlegm
October 28th 2013


5172 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

shout out to my new bff Key and 4th for brozoning me

agreed with Gwyn, his accessibility is mainly what holds me back from ~loving~ him. He has some great tracks and song topics but I feel that musically its just a little shallow and struggles to grab my attention

Digging: Dirty Beaches - Stateless



You have to be logged in to post a comment. Login | Create a Profile





FAQ // STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2014 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Privacy Policy