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Jay-Z is a much better rapper than Tupac. This thread is ridiculous.
When did Jay-Z start putting out garbage?
Jay Z isn't a better rapper than Tupac, Biggie, Nas, or Eminem and I don't even like Eminem
As far as pure lyricism goes Jay-Z is much better than Tupac. If your preference is Tupac's music then that's fine but he's not a better pure rapper, and I'm a Tupac fan. He tends to get overrated though.
Won't debate the other 3. Jay is the GOAT IMO though. Biggie's catalog isn't big enough, and Em doesn't have the consistency that Jay's had, though those two have vastly different styles and it's tough to compare anyway.
Just about everything after the Black Album, and even that album was 99% commercial. Jay-Z just went on a tour with freaking Justin Timberlake. Can you imagine Pac or Biggie doing songs and going on tours with Michael Jackson or Prince? Give me a break.
Tupac is a great lyricist and is better than Big and Jay. I like young Kanye and Kendrick Lamar too.
BIG all the way.
Will Smith you saw my blinker bitch.
"As far as the downvotes. It's a gnat biting an lion"
-- A member of tRCMB Justice League, taking the internet WAY WAY too seriously.
Nas > Tupac
PAC was the greatest at making generic rap music for suburban white kids.
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