Trying not to be pedantic, but the song is called Fast Lane
Originally Posted by MinivanManBACKUP
Both are fucking annoying
Underground rap > mainstream shit
Australia Rap > Mainstream shit
Originally Posted by Jabuuty671
Eminems better than Lil Wayne obviously, but outside of the matchup, i prefer a lot other rappers over Eminem .
Fuck the mainstream, that's full of hip-pop. Fancy beats, stupid lyrics.
other than that, eff you for your annoying threads. /kthxbai
Agreed 100%. I love Australian Rap, and some American underground rappers.
As for my opinion, Eminem. Lil Wayne is a terrible singer that uses way too much auto-tune, can't hold a verse and is coincidentally an egotistical douche'. I dislike Eminem as a person, I know he's been through a lot blah blah but I know people that have been through much worse so quit your bitching. He is an amazing singer though.
Eminem Or Lil Wayne
Who Do u Think Better
I'm Vote For Eminem
They both are not that good. Eminem always just raps using the same sort of style, never really changing subjects very much, and his songs are not really "deep" or anything. Lil wayne isn't too bad, has some really good free style songs, and a lot of good mixtapes, but his songs get old pretty quick.
"I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me."
- Hunter S Thompson
Lil Wayne obviously. He's good on any beat you throw at him. Ex: "Single" by him. Slow song. Then you go to "Fix my hat" by him and see his swag/mixtape style. Then you go to "Last of a Dying Breed" by Ludacris and Wayne and see his going in style. He's also just an amazing lyricist. His metaphors and just all around figurative language usage is phenomenal. His speeds vary, his styles vary, he's a great lyricist, what more can you ask?
Eminem seems to just cry and bitch on the mic. Old eminem was MUCH better. Where when he did bitch, it was bareable and didn't have rihanna on the chorus. I guess if it's his forte', continue, but don't expect to get the diverse fanbase back. He used to be loved by everyone, he was all around relevant.