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    Tupac Vs Biggie?


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    Who do you guys like better? If you had to choose I know they both are legends, but if you had to choose between the two who would it be and why?[/B]

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    Did Suge Knight kill Tupac or Illuminati?


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    Today, I was watching a footage about Tupac's death and there has been many questions that he was set up by Suge. So was Tupac set up by Suge Knight during that night when they got shot or was it just a conspiracy? Was it the Illuminati that set him up? What are your thoughts?

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    I definately would choose Tupac, he kept it real at all times, I just feel that Biggie was an imitator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Determined2014 View Post
    I definately would choose Tupac, he kept it real at all times, I just feel that Biggie was an imitator.
    Are you serious right now? Who did biggie imitate?He was original. There has been artist after him that have tried to imitate him. I personally choose biggie. Tupac was great no doubt but i like biggies flow.

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    You really can't compare the two in my opinion. They each have different styles and different paths they went to become who they are. It's totally subjective. You can say 2pac was the best because he did movies and put out way more musical content. Then you can say Biggie was the best because he still has a huge influence on the culture with one 2 studio albums.

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    Both are really, really good.. It's actually hard for me to decide, I still listen regularly to both artists songs, but for some reason I find that Biggies songs are much more catchy and has a good flow, but the same can be said for Tupac too.

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    To be quite honest I cant really have a 100% opinion or either one, but if I had to DEFINETLY choose then I'd go for Tupac because I'm sure that more people would refer to him as their idol, so Tupac for me..

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    I like Biggie because I like that kinda voice type. Same way as I am a Rick Ross fan now.
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    I think trying to compare Tupac to Biggie is like apples to oranges, they're just too different. If I had to pick one I'd go for Biggie, I just like his style more--better flow and lyrics in my opinion. I also still listen to Biggie on a regular basis, but I never get the urge to listen to Tupac with the exception of a song or two.

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    Same to me. I only listen to two Tupac songs: Dear Mama and Changes.

    As for Biggie well, I'd listen any of his songs because the dude had the sickest flow ever. The only problem with Big is that most of his songs didn't address any issues

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    I'd go with Biggie, because of his incredible flow, but Tupac was great too. They are really different and it comes down to personal preference, in my opinion. Tupac for lyrics and Biggie for technique and flow.

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    The beef ended long ago, but I think biggie, his flow is smooth, but you know Tupac is sitting on an island smoking a cigar

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    Tupac hands down for me. I love this man so much and lyrically I can't even see someone in the same realm as him. Tupac was so intellectual and complex. He was a masterful poet and almost an expert of the human condition. Tupac's art of communication could reach those in poor areas all the up to government officials who took notice of his work and therefore made it a point to harass him relentlessly. He scared a lot of people because of the truth he spoke in music. I never saw Biggie in Tupac's league. Ever. To this day I really don't know the fascination with Biggie's work.

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    Tupac was a poet that really brought words to life. He is who found his voice on the page and animated his lyrics with vivid visuals. The range of his topics also lend to his value as well. He could go from rapping about how to get a female to talking about how a woman should persevere in the face of adversity in raising a child alone. I would say substantially Tupac was my favorite. Now, as far as on the dance floor...that's definitely something I have cred biggie with. He was able to throw down a catchy tune that to this day gets most people riled up.

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    I like a lot of Biggies songs. I could get into them and they were easy to memorize. haha. But, like another poster said, TuPac was a poet. He was very intense with his wording. He had a real knack for making the music come to life. He was a huge success and he even told us of the evils of the world. He even had a song about this death, foreshadowing what was coming. To me, that's huge and to this day, his mark is still there in the music industry.

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