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Thread: Is it lame to be over 30 and still listen to hiphop/rap ?

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    Is it lame to be over 30 and still listen to hiphop/rap ?

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    Older Jamaicans don't follow dancehall toomuch...

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    Are you serious?

    Weepo and Rori still play dance.

    Ricky Trooper start kill sound in his mid 30s.


    Most big sound men are in their 30s.


    To your question, yes, I think it's lame.

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    Dancehall is mostly for young people, once Jamaicans start getting in age they move on and no longer follow the music. They don't know the new artist, new dancees, hit songs etc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RudiGagaFierce View Post
    Dancehall is mostly for young people, once Jamaicans start getting in age they move on and no longer follow the music. They don't know the new artist, new dancees, hit songs etc...
    You're wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by optimizm View Post
    You're wrong.
    and you are always right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RudiGagaFierce View Post
    and you are always right.
    Obviously, you know very little about Reggae.

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    Yes

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    I wouldn't think so.
    "Giving up is hard to do
    When you really love someone
    Giving up .... so hard to do
    When you still depend upon
    Her warm and tender touch
    Her kiss and her hug..........her caress
    Oooooh that used to mean so much
    And bring you happiness"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayt2009 View Post
    I wouldn't think so.
    ur not 30...lol...it still feels weird when i say "i don't do hip hop no more"... it was such a big part of my life...oh well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triniminx View Post
    ur not 30...lol...it still feels weird when i say "i don't do hip hop no more"... it was such a big part of my life...oh well
    I got 6 more years lol. Besides, I was thinking past todays bullshyt rap music. I mean if you a old school hip-hop fan than I wouldn't think it would be lame to still listen to hip-hop.
    "Giving up is hard to do
    When you really love someone
    Giving up .... so hard to do
    When you still depend upon
    Her warm and tender touch
    Her kiss and her hug..........her caress
    Oooooh that used to mean so much
    And bring you happiness"

    - Donny Hathaway

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayt2009 View Post
    I got 6 more years lol. Besides, I was thinking past todays bullshyt rap music. I mean if you a old school hip-hop fan than I wouldn't think it would be lame to still listen to hip-hop.
    yea...but been there, done that u know..u can think of the good ole days, but it doesnt "do it" for me anymore...strictly r&b and reggae for me

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    ^fa shizzle.
    "Giving up is hard to do
    When you really love someone
    Giving up .... so hard to do
    When you still depend upon
    Her warm and tender touch
    Her kiss and her hug..........her caress
    Oooooh that used to mean so much
    And bring you happiness"

    - Donny Hathaway

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    mah nizzle^^ lol

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    it's inappropriate to listen to music that glorifies violence, drugs and intolerance at any age

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    Quote Originally Posted by RudiGagaFierce View Post
    Dancehall is mostly for young people, once Jamaicans start getting in age they move on and no longer follow the music. They don't know the new artist, new dancees, hit songs etc...
    you are wrong, artiste for example Buju

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