Street Military music discussion (Pharoah)

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Roah is a math major his flow is more calculated

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Sat Dec 23, 2017 11:16 pm
OK i see how u can see similarities in Migos flow with 3-6

but 3-6 flow is more bland melodic almost put u to sleep

the vocal tone stays constant it doesn't change

runnin up gunnin up is not 3-6 type lyrics

Migoes is not as fast or bland as 3-6

Not only that I think Roah birthed that flow before infamous unless u show me something pre 92 o 91

u may be talking triplet

but im talking the kick type flow has it's not a smooth transition like 3-6

it punches harder it clicks stronger and if he was on doper beats he would shit on infamous

Roah's flow and lingo are way doper

3-6 just say anything to make it rhyme

like i don't even know what they are saying i just bump some of that shit cuz of the beat

Roah is more calculated with his flow way better .....

yes Infamous may be using the fast flow and rap quick but it has no kick

it has no up or down just melodic robotic blandness

Im not saying it's trash but it's different from Migos

and Roah's flow is the originator not Infamous

show me something pre 92 or 91
It's clearly in the video that the flow is alike lol. I guess you haven't listened to their old stuff lol. We're not talking about running up and gunning up subjects but since you mentioned it.. They have the same subject, they're more extreme & evil than Street Military. Matter of fact, the whole Memphis has the running up & gunning subject in their flow lol. But it doesn't make them better than Street Military. I don't see how their stuff can put a nigga to sleep unless it's that 2009 "Lolli Lolli" shit LMAO.
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mfeswhtx wrote:
Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:22 am
Roah is a math major his flow is more calculated

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That, I can definitely agree with. 👌
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:18 pm

Dat_Meskin wrote:Im glad street music found a friend
My thoughts exactly
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TrippinTx wrote:
Sun Dec 24, 2017 12:18 pm
Dat_Meskin wrote:Im glad street music found a friend
My thoughts exactly
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:18 pm

Ehh I'm done with this thread lol. I don't ride on no one's tip, I'm too much of an asshole for that type of shit.. I just tell what I hear.
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 4:19 pm

Alot of Culture Vultures speak on Hip Hop

They really have no ideah but what they say

Don't u think Migos would of said they influenced them?

What about a pre 91 track of that infamous flow?

I heard they had underground way back but never thought the flow was Roah like see back then infamous was a rookie
and it takes time to to develop a flow

He may have very well heard Roah on track and changed his flow more like Roah in a way that would be hard to trace cuz it's different

I believe Bone Thugz came out before 3-6 Mafia back in 94

3-6 Mafai aint come out till 95

that's why i ask for an early example of infamous flow

I believed it was real soft at first but then started getting a lil harder

Roah's flow has a stronger click then 3-6 & Bone ... that leads me to believe it originated that type of flow

Bone originated the softer version with a more smooth transition

Migos has the harder click type flow originated by Roah

it is not as hard as Roah's click but it taking that form of being fathered by his style

3-6 may have came with some type of version of Roah flow but it was softer
and if they did they was influenced off a Roah

They also sampled Street Military

but Street Military never sampled them
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THIS NIGGA STAYS WRITING ESSAYS ON PHAROAH, COLLEGE COURSE SMIL 2412

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Sun Dec 24, 2017 7:04 pm

25 and I'll stomp on it with a migos song in the background
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 7:35 pm

it's christmas eve gah damn it stop debating about obscure rap music
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:14 pm

A don't get mad at Street cuz Jay'Ton aint blow up like u wanted
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Sun Dec 24, 2017 8:33 pm

Yo how old is Jay'Ton now?
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Mon Dec 25, 2017 1:57 am

dude idgaf about Jay'ton like that why you keep bringing him up

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