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NEW MNE ARTIST
February 7, 2020
10:24 pm
Chuckieboy
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Carnivalkilla44 said
I've seen G-Mo live a bunch.  That being said, his set at Attack of the Ninjas was above and beyond. ICP ain't rappin like that...(Ain't I fuckin luv ICP)  

G mo at nye is still one of my favorite sets ever. I've seen him quite a few times but that set was just fucking insane. 

And yes I love Icp too and want them to put out some hot shit more than anything, but they just aren't gonna write any shit or spit any shit like g. Just isn't gonna happen. Hes way beyond any of these other juggalo acts imo

February 7, 2020
10:25 pm
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I've seen G-Mo live a bunch.  That being said, his set at Attack of the Ninjas was above and beyond. ICP ain't rappin like that...(Ain't I fuckin luv ICP)  

Yea, he's good.  The #1 criticism of him is that he doesn't vary his style much.  My opinion is that it's fine, he's great at what he does and I'll listen to someone else if I want to hear something else.

Another thing is that he's really good at carrying tracks by himself.  His albums all have minimal features, and they're still dynamic.  My Filthy Spirit Bomb and Chaly and the Filth Factory are both amazing even though he's by himself on almost all of the songs.  Compare that to someone like Tech or ROC where literally every other track (or more) is "featuring MC blahblahblah" in the tracklist.  I like it.

As far as his beef with ICP...well, they called him out by name.  It wasn't malicious and he was just the name that came to Jumpsteady's mind when he was trying to think of other MNE artists that were known to be down but were included in the blanket statement about MNE not attending the march.  And so he responded.  It wasn't like he just randomly decided to take a shot at them.

Whoop Whoop, Bonesaw Wizardstick :

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February 7, 2020
10:40 pm
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Preach. G-Mo was holding it down for the team. You can't fault him for that. (Esham did the same shit numerous times.)

February 7, 2020
10:47 pm
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Chuckieboy said

Last year in Morgantown dmj and p came up to go to a mne show with us. He knows the axe cats real well, asked if we wanted to go backstage and kick it with them...of fucking course I did. Loved those cats since the first time I heard the trunk. They had no masks on and weren't at all wat I expected. Was cool af to see how happy they were for me toto be happy to meet them. Stand up cats fr, all 3 were cool af. Billy was Prolly the coolest one I'd say, seemed like someone u would wanna kick it with normally. 

Otis walked in and acted like he was something special and none of us even acknowledged him. U could tell it pissed him off lol  

Otis, lol. "The Face You Wish You Could Demolish".

 

And homie asked where AXE fits into there..? I KNEW I was forgetting at least one artist, if not two.

So, then.. I havent heard an enormous amount from them. I believe my last comment about them was that "I would've worshipped them at age 17". Or something similar.

But overall, yes, they are talented. I would probably set them somewhere below The ROC and above GMO. Perfectly dividing the middle.

February 8, 2020
1:51 am
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A.X.E. is probably the best decision Twiztid made because they fill that desire for classic horrorcore that juggalos love. Especially since they have proven to be a level above the other artists doing that style.

Fun fact, Faygoluvers has a mixtape from 2008ish with one of A.X.E.'s earliest songs.

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February 9, 2020
6:20 pm
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Bonesaw Wizardstick said

Yea, he's good.  The #1 criticism of him is that he doesn't vary his style much.  My opinion is that it's fine, he's great at what he does and I'll listen to someone else if I want to hear something else.

Another thing is that he's really good at carrying tracks by himself.  His albums all have minimal features, and they're still dynamic.  My Filthy Spirit Bomb and Chaly and the Filth Factory are both amazing even though he's by himself on almost all of the songs.  Compare that to someone like Tech or ROC where literally every other track (or more) is "featuring MC blahblahblah" in the tracklist.  I like it.

As far as his beef with ICP...well, they called him out by name.  It wasn't malicious and he was just the name that came to Jumpsteady's mind when he was trying to think of other MNE artists that were known to be down but were included in the blanket statement about MNE not attending the march.  And so he responded.  It wasn't like he just randomly decided to take a shot at them.  

Honestly, I feel like 98% of the MNE roster would've been happy to do it. Hell, even twiztid would've likely to be happy to do it. But it seems obvious to me what happened. They(be it twiztid, or the whole label, it's hard to tell) decided that since Otis wouldn't be welcome there, they all wouldn't go as a collective. they were showing solidarity and loyalty to their team. Now, maybe I'm wrong. maybe there's a lot of behind the scenes shit I'm not privvy too or not taking into account. Maybe twiztid did just decide "fuck ICP, we ain't doing their bitch ass march and neither is anyone else on the label". - but consider the fact that Twiztid took a huge ass gamble by not attending the march. they KNEW J would turn on them, they knew J would do exactly the kind of shit he's been doing sense, and they took a risk of losing a lot of their fans by doing that. I doubt they'd take that risk just because they're pissed off at J considering all the other shit they have put up with.

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