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  Smash or Pass: Laura Ingraham
Posted by: SmashThots357 - 8 hours ago - Forum: Lounge - Replies (7)

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  The State Of Hip Hop: 2010s & Beyond
Posted by: Theo Younf - 05-23-2019, 12:59 AM - Forum: Entertainment - Replies (3)

I think the 2010s has been so refreshing for Hip Hop music, it has been completely revitalized.

The problem perception-wise is that it has completely nosedived, since the 90s because people tend to focus on what makes top #40 radio and what chart to the apex of the Billboard charts regularly. 

Hip Hop Legends like Chuck D gets on my nerves because folks like him are bitter and you can tell they don't do much research, they are very self-centered and egotistical. He never gives props to younger artists who are doing good things, instead, he claims that Hip Hop no longer a viable and legitimate art form, probably because his ass ain't charting no more. 

Mumble rap and it'd related sound Trap has become very popular and many such songs and charted inside the top #10 of the Billboard charts since Dessiinger's hit #1 hit Panda back in 2016.

A flurry of mumbling, rainbow-colored, tattooed, eccentric drug-induced mutants have taken over the airways often with the no overused moniker: Lil', lil Pump, lil Peep, lil Xan, lil Yachty, lil Uzi Vert, lil Skies, but not all: 6ix 9ine, 21 Savage, Kodak Black, Migos, XXX Tentacion, Trippie Redd etc.

The only saving grace for this type of Hip Hop off-shoot I would have to say is Young Thug, his ingenuity when it comes to being an artist is second to none. Using his voice as an instrument.

As a result, Thug has gotten well due praise for many other artists and critics alike.

I think that the real 'decline' of Hip Hop happened in the 2000s, during the ill-fated 'bling era', or as I like to call it, 'oversized era'. 

50 Cent being the best in the worse era of Hip Hop, period.

Since then though, it's made a ridiculous recovery and looks the really strong going forward.

Hip Hop has actually diversified and melded well into different genres that it's too simplistic to dismiss the current generation of artists.

Obvious names like Kendrick Lemar and J. Cole are moving Hip Hop music forward but there are some really creative artists Childish Gambino, Earl Sweatshirt, Joey Badass, Chance The Rapper, Tyler, The Creator, Logic, etc who have done things differently but just as important as the best before them.

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  Cops Break Into Innocent Mans Home, Sic K9 On Him For His Safety
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-22-2019, 08:38 AM - Forum: News - Replies (3)

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  Smash or Pass: Sophie Turner
Posted by: J Mac - 05-21-2019, 06:30 PM - Forum: Lounge - Replies (17)

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  Tennessee church gunman hoped to kill 10 white congregants to avenge Charleston
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-21-2019, 08:57 AM - Forum: News - No Replies


Chuck. Do not deface the board by posting stories in full bold color. Use bold and color to highlight.

Please re-post this story in the proper format.

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  Alabama and several other states curbing abortion
Posted by: Ipay4 - 05-21-2019, 02:44 AM - Forum: News - Replies (13)

Its been all the talk in the news lately, and it appears several states are trying to ban or severely limit abortion hoping to get a challenge that heads to the conservative supreme court before Trump likely loses in 2020 and it flips back to being liberal.


My question is what are your guys thoughts on this whole abortion ban thing?

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  US woman’s false rape claim results in neighbour’s death
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-20-2019, 11:46 AM - Forum: News - Replies (3)


Please re-post this story in proper format.

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  Because...space pirates
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-20-2019, 02:58 AM - Forum: News - Replies (5)



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  Billionaire Pledges to Pay Off Student Debt of Morehouse College's Class of 2019
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-19-2019, 05:35 PM - Forum: News - Replies (4)

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  US schools could be forced to let biological males join girls' sports teams
Posted by: ChuckG1 - 05-19-2019, 02:37 PM - Forum: News - Replies (3)

US schools could be forced to let biological males join girls' sports teams under House-passed bill

The Democrat-controlled House of Representatives has passed a bill that will force schools to allow biological males who identify as females to compete on women’s sports teams. What could go wrong?

This radical bill is going to totally eliminate women’s and girls’ sports,” Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Arizona) warned in a Daily Signal op-ed, pointing out that the Equality Act, which passed the House 236-173 on Friday, would require not just schools but churches, nonprofits, and other institutions to allow biological males into women-only spaces like bathrooms and locker rooms, “even without any type of medical diagnosis or psychological diagnosis.”
The Equality Act enshrines “sexual orientation and gender identity” as a protected characteristic under the federal Civil Rights Act, which prohibits institutional discrimination – a measure that sounds uncontroversial enough, until its implications are fully digested.

This bill hijacks the Civil Rights Act of 1964, erasing decades of progress for women across this country,” Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Missouri) declared in a press conference held Thursday, a last-ditch effort to derail what she termed the “Inequality Act.”
Rep. Greg Steube (R-Florida) attempted to include an amendment to preserve Title IX protections, which require schools to provide separate athletic programs for women, but it was shot down by Democrats, all but one of whom embraced the bill as-is. Even Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-Illinois), the one holdout, was ultimately browbeaten into expressing his support following pressure from activists, and eight Republicans crossed party lines to vote in favor.

The LGBT community has waited nearly 250 years” for a law like this, gushed Rep. Dan Cicilline (D-Rhode Island), urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to take up the measure as soon as possible – though it’s unlikely to pass the Republican-controlled Senate, and President Donald Trump reportedly opposes it. Still, the bill’s defenders insisted female athletes had nothing to fear from the legislation, which would protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, education, employment, and other areas.
Many states have sexual-orientation and gender-identity non-discrimination laws, and all of them still have women’s sports,” Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-New York) insisted, dismissing transgender athletes’ “competitive advantages” during a hearing last month, perhaps unaware that Connecticut, one of those states, awarded both first-place and runner-up in its most recent high school women’s 55-meter dash competition to biological males in the process of transitioning to female.

A trio of female ex-athletes including tennis star Martina Navratilova warned last month in a Washington Post op-ed that the bill would decimate women’s sports, dismissing the claims of those who believe “girls can compete and win against boys” as “simply a denial of science.” Despite her years of LGBT advocacy, Navratilova was eviscerated last year after she said men who “proclaim themselves female” should not be able to compete against women.

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