#6
Quote by FireandFlames
Rites of Spring meets A Tribe Called Quest?


Or are we talking about wangsta scenesters?


Psh, I wish it were the former.
Veteran UGer. Suck it.
#7
i love emo rap! isnt it a cool new form of hybrid music?


quit implying that all us UGers love the same music. i like hip hop and rap, jazz, pop punk, and classic rock. should i listen to what you tell me to instead?
#8
Quote by bendystraw
i love emo rap! isnt it a cool new form of hybrid music?


quit implying that all us UGers love the same music. i like hip hop and rap, jazz, pop punk, and classic rock. should i listen to what you tell me to instead?


Well it would make things easier.
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#9
Quote by blackflag49
You wanna hear emo rap?

Listen to Atmosphere.


I was hoping someone would say that.
Tiger style.
#10
emo=hardcore punk

so no, there can't be emo rap
"There's Jimmy Page, the greatest thief of American black music who ever walked the earth."
-Homer Simpson
#13
Quote by Kensai
Well it would make things easier.

i guess i never thought of it that way. *ebays modest mouse records to fund EVH tickets*
#14
Quote by blues-guitarist
emo=hardcore punk

so no, there can't be emo rap



so when did this happen?
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#16
Right.Must of missed the memo for that one.
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#17
Quote by blues-guitarist
emo=hardcore punk

so no, there can't be emo rap


lol ntrly.

emo, as a genre, originally came out of the DC Hardcore scene in the 1980s. It was known as Emotive Hardcore, mainly because of the emotions expressed by the singer during a show.

emo today, is simply pop-punk with...well...more emotion based lyrics.

So yes, Emo Rap can exist, and does exist. Besides, it could be worse, we could have gangsta rap.

oh wait..
MY MUSIC!

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#18
lol ntrly.

emo, as a genre, originally came out of the DC Hardcore scene in the 1980s. It was known as Emotive Hardcore, mainly because of the emotions expressed by the singer during a show.

emo today, is simply pop-punk with...well...more emotion based lyrics.

So yes, Emo Rap can exist, and does exist. Besides, it could be worse, we could have gangsta rap.

oh wait..


Until someone produces a link to an emo rap group/band/project/whatever there is no such thing.
#19
MY MUSIC!

Quote by severed-metal

Strawberries are cool in real life, but in ice cream, they're like neighbour kids who live across the street from you who like to steal your virginity.


Gear:
Schecter Hellraiser C-6 FR, C-7 FR, C-8
ESP LTD MH-250 w/ EMG 81/85
Last edited by djn419 at Feb 8, 2008,