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    Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    Wich quotes do you think are the best quotes that made hip hop history and why? I have a few of my own, but I'll get back to ya on them.

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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    hahaha!! Most hip-hop quotes don't even make sense!!

    1) "WHAT?!", "YEAH!!",and "OOKK!!" -Dave Chappelle, The Chappelle Show
    What can I say? We are not laughing with you, my son, but at you.

    2) "I'll make you speek Chinese!!" (sorry, don't remember who said this one...)
    wow....what a line. It was a one hit wonder. when thatone came out that year I saw so many chinks when trying to make a cool comeback saying that one. Ahhh the memories!

    I have a cupple more. Will add later (hopefully).
    ~~ The heart has its reasons which reason does not know ~~

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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    I'm not a hip hop fan but my brothers are, here are some of the most famouse quotes of hip hop history that my brothers have told me "YO YO YO" WHAT'S UP HOMMY" "TO THE WINDOW TO THE WALL" "WHAT'S UP MY N***Z" etc ( i apologize if this last qoute is inappropiate).
    Last edited by ketaro; Aug 19, 2005 at 10:33 PM.

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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    To be honest hip hop can be very racese and I just don't like it and I agree with Yz_gurly,most of 'em don't even make since
    "MOVE B****!GET OUT THE WAY! GET OUT THE WAY!"

    In fact most of them are either about getting naked or sayiing"Yea","oookay!' 'yo'alot....

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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    lol this is funny but wrong lol

    http://www.snopes.com/politics/humor/raplyrics.asp


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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    Quote Originally Posted by Zackraa
    lol. Hilarious!

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    Re: Quotes of the Hip Hop History

    What most of you's are quoting isn't even hip hop. Its crunk music/gangsta rap. I'm talking about HIP HOP- and yes there is a difference. Here is some that I like:
    Tupac- Here are the lyrics to a song of his that i believe should definately be quoted:
    Who do you believe in:

    I see mothers in black cryin, brothers in packs dyin
    Plus everybody's high, too doped up to ask why
    Watchin our own downfall, witness the end
    It's like we don't believe in God cause we livin in sin
    I asked my homie on the block why he strapped, he laughed
    Pointed his pistol as the cop car passed and blast
    It's just another murder, nobody mourns no more
    My tear drops gettin bigger but can't figure what I'm cryin for
    Is it the miniature caskets, little babies
    Victims of a stray, from drug dealers gone crazy
    Maybe it's just the drugs, visions of how the block was
    Crack came and it was strange how it rocked us
    Perhaps the underlyin fact they hide explain genocide
    It's when we ride on our own kind
    What is it we all fear, reflections in the mirror
    We can't escape fate, the end is gettin nearer

    [Chorus 2X: 2Pac]
    Who do you believe in?
    I put my faith in God, blessed and still breathin
    And even though it's hard, that's who I believe in
    Before I'm leavin, I'm askin the grievin - who do you believe in?

    [Verse Two: 2Pac]
    Can't close my eyes cause all I see is terror
    I hate the man in the mirror
    Cause his reflection makes the pain turn realer
    Times of Armageddeon, murder in mass amounts
    In this society where only gettin the cash counts
    I started out as a beginner
    Entered the criminal lifestyle became a sinner
    I make my money and vacate, evade prison
    Went from the chosen one to outcast, unforgiven
    And all the Hennessy and weed can't hide, the pain I feel inside
    You know, it's like I'm livin just to die
    I fall on my knees and beg for mercy, not knowin if I'm worthy
    Livin life thinkin no man can hurt me
    So I'm askin -- before I lay me down to sleep
    Before you judge me, look at all the shit you did to me, my misery
    I rose up from the slums, made it out the flames
    In my search for fame will I change? I'm askin
    Who do you believe in?

    Simply excellent.

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