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Tupac for me, but I will admit that Juicy is the best single between the two. Maybe the best rap song of all time.
Biggy, because Pac forgot he was from the east coast.
Tupac, and its not close for me. Although, Runnin' with Tupac and Biggie is one of my all time favorites.
Bring back Rich Rod!
Biggy. Better rapper.
Tupac was the better entertainer. He also seemed to have the great ability to piss off everyone that ever talked to him. Thus, his own people selling him out.
Biggie, flows and rhymes. Tupac bores me, if you will.
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Biggie for sure.
Pac and it's not close at all
Hypnotize is the best rap song of all time, IMO but I enjoy more Tupac songs
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Two Pack for sure.
Nas FTW, but for between the two I go Pac
Pac for the showmanship. Biggie for the lyrics.
Tupac but you can't go wrong with either.
Tupac. Lyrics had more substance. He also did a better job of making you feel the emotion behind the song (whether it was celebratory, angry, introspective, etc.).
2Pac...look at his body of work, and then compare it to Biggies. It is much, much bigger. 2Pac was a complete entertainer. 2Pac has at least 25 songs I can think of off the top of my head that are all great. Biggie has considerably less. Though he does have several classics. 2Pac gave an incredible acting performance in Juice, and was improving as an actor. I may be biased though because I have a strong personal preference for 2Pac.
When I was a kid during both of their careers I was more of a Biggy fan. As I've grown up I appreciate what Tupac brought.
Considering Biggie's best hit had part of Lodi Dodi from Snoop, this is easily Pac all the way. Not even close and was never close.
Tupac was also had a lot more variation in his style. Compare "California Love" with "I ain't Mad Atcha" with "Ballad of a Dead Soulja" ... the delivery, the mood, everything... it's all different. I feel that Biggie had the same flow in just about every song.
Biggie is Da Shit
Listen to Da Lyrical Nigga.....nuff said
sorry to busy listening to hail mary....wake me when Biggie can get to that level.
I agree completely. He can do Keep Ya Head Up or Brenda's Got a Baby, and then do a track like Hit em Up and diss half the east coast, and then do a party
song like How Do U Want It. You could play his albums start to finish and the songs were either good or great.
Easy now, we don't need another East Coast West Coast beef. Though I agree completely.
Pac, not even close. The most influential person in the genre with the possible exception of Rakim.
Calmer than you are
On a related note, I recently started listening to some old Mobb Deep. It was weird, I felt like I was being disloyal...
Biggie is a great rapper but 2pac makes him look shallow.
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