To conclude, Biggie is noticeably better than Pac, as a rapper, storyteller and prophet of the streets. Wale said he wanted to be the 2pac of this generation musically. I think Nas is up there too. While the notorious movie depicted biggie as a good father and an Italian crime boss, when in reality he was a dead beat father, a woman abuser, and had mr cee fantasies I got negged for making the same points the other day. With that said, I love Pac, and they are both among my personal top 10 rappers of all time Biggie lands 8, Pac 10. I think Nas is up there too.
This doesn't have have a video, and to be honest, you don't need one. You wouldnt understand or recognize a real G versus a studio gangsta if you seen one. And no, Tupac was better at dissing. Humor and affirmations of agreement can be contained within more substantial comments. Tupac even says that he would stop his shows and let Biggie do his thing, in order to help him out. He was no better than Mase,Biggie could've left to become a preacher and nobody would've missed em 2. Pac got more classic songs and albums undisputed 3.
He never had a song that he just straight up sounded bad in. Pac was stupid staight up, he was a paranoid faker who lost his mind after he got shot at quad studios, and got himself killed by faking like a gangsta and fighting crips. Every few years, I come back to Tupac's music and appreciate in another way, from another perspective; Tupac's music can be seen in so many ways because it's a depiction of something real, complete with all of those complexities and imperfection shown in real things And Biggie? Of course he does it again further on but that's extra and I don't want to point out everytime he gets confused. It's because lyrically, they're two of the best rappers of all-time. Pac was a talented poet, nothing more. Of course this all my opinion but in terms of rapping ability, Biggie was far superior. Pac had more content than Biggie,and plenty of flows 8.
Where did you get that idea? Biggie made 1 great album and 1 Decent album. So it's not necessarily who's better, they never cared about that. Biggie was the beat himself in the music he made. Diddy turning Biggie into a mainstream artist, but in reality it was a business move and ended up making Biggie a better artist than he was before. The same way Birdman does. I aint gon say no more Click to expand.
He talked about the ghetto and things about the government he was a very wise man. But is there really a revolutionary message there, for either song? So much of a good rap song depends on the beat, and Dre is behind the music part. I like him more than Pac. He had a voice that was meant for dancing and sounding good overall. It has more to do with other influences. Ballad of Dead Soulja, Ghetto Gospel, Changes, Starin Through my Rearview, They Don't Give a Fuck About Us, Thugz Mansion, Wonda Why They Call U Bitch, Shorty Wanna Be a Thug, etc.
I aint gon say no more 1. Look, if Rick Ross and Tupac have taught us anything it's that your background counts for little. More of todays biggest rap stars are on record saying Pac is they favorite rapper and goat. I like what you've done with your four factors, though; I see where you're going by attempting to break down a single comparison into multiple smaller ones. It wasn't quality over quantity, it was quality and quantity.
This fool needs to be skooled on so many levels. Biggie pretty much just talked about himself all the time, So I never really connected with his music. Biggie having two great albums and nothing else means he didn't really get a chance to be as thorough as Pac. That's not to say he's not talented. Now we move onto the fat motherfucker known as Biggie. Thug life is about succeeding in an oppressive society. He grew up an only child with his single-mother, and by the age of 12 he had started pushing drugs.
Pac had a lot more material out, which if your a fan of his I could see that argument. Biggie was a great lyricist, but I think Tupac had a much wider range. For anyone interested in how we moderate this subreddit, we have our approach laid out over at our. Christopher Wallace, Biggie Smalls, was Brooklyn born and raised. One day, something's gonna give. However, when we are looking at the more complete rapper, I dont see why 2Pac isn't the best to ever do it.
No one really flows like Pac if you ask me. In my personal opinion, I'd easily pick Pac's voice over Biggie's. Being the two biggest rap artists of the time, they had the best studios, labels, and crews behind them. If he known better no way could he disrespect legendary 2pac shakur like that. Who cares,Outlawz were on more classic tracks 7. Biggie nines the rap game and knew how to work it, he was far superior to pac.