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T-Wrex
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i'm 31 years old.
since i was like 14, i've told myself, "i love rap! i should record a demo tape!!"


don't fuck this up for me by assuming it's a joke
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 8:19 pm
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Plum Puddin'



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Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:09 pm
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the mean
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I'd buy that.
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:19 pm
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IAmNiki



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exact quote from someone sitting next to me:

"Where the FUCK did he find a picture of a t-rex flying a fighter jet?! WHO the FUCK is this guy????"
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:25 pm
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SoSuhMe



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T-Wrex wrote:
SoSuhMe wrote:
T-Wrex wrote:
Do you write to original beats??

I'll record your songs!!!!

We'll split the rap album sales 60/40.
60 going to be cuz that's how it's going to be.


Sure ill write to whatever tickles your fancy. We will discuss dividends in greater detail over drinks.


ok.. i started drinking... you start writing..
make sure you work in the name T-Wrex or T-Dub or T-Wrizzle into it so people think it's me..

<object> <param></param> <param></param> </object> <span>Asket - Laydown Instrumental 92bpm by asketbeats</span>


"T-Wrex!! You a fool for this one!

Ahem....Yo, me and T-Wrex, make e-sex, he know i got that g-sex, i finish in a kleenex, then make em my T-ex, then im on to the next one, on to the next blunt, on to the next cunt, on to the next mum...ford & sons, he likes my santorum, i want him to have my abortion, cook it, fry it, consume every morsel, can you tickle my fancy, romance me, i aint a one for a fast beat, i like to cut wit my dunny, i need an assistant driver, you can be my cutty buddy, be my hunny bunny, keep it lovely and lively in my bed, no mummies, no dummies, i need good conversation wich ya, mista, lets take romantic pictures, read me the bibles, interpret the scriptures, add a lil twist on it, ya know, the way i like my nips prodded"

Thats what i got so far. Its a love song. Its about losing a true love and just saying fuck it, and just fucking everything in sight. It needs some work but its from the heart.
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 9:32 pm
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IAmNiki wrote:
exact quote from someone sitting next to me:

"Where the FUCK did he find a picture of a t-rex flying a fighter jet?! WHO the FUCK is this guy????"

That's gotta be from Calvin and Hobbes.
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:30 pm
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Plum Puddin'



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I googled T-rex in a fighter jet.

There ain't no magic in the break down bebe :(
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 10:39 pm
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Plum Puddin'



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There is some magic in those lines though.

"on to the next mum...ford & sons, he likes my santorum, i want him to have my abortion"

"i need good conversation wich ya, mista, lets take romantic pictures, read me the bibles, interpret the scriptures, add a lil twist on it, ya know, the way i like my nips prodded"

I can hear anyone from Jayo Felony to King Pin Skinny Pimp rappin' these raps.

What name do you rap under?

A good name is 65% of the battle in today's competitive hip hop market.

Think Wacka Flocka Flame.

Really shitty rapper.....really.....shitty... name.

Ok bad example, but you know what i'm saying.
Post Tue Feb 22, 2011 11:09 pm
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SoSuhMe



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Plum Puddin' wrote:
There is some magic in those lines though.

"on to the next mum...ford & sons, he likes my santorum, i want him to have my abortion"

"i need good conversation wich ya, mista, lets take romantic pictures, read me the bibles, interpret the scriptures, add a lil twist on it, ya know, the way i like my nips prodded"

I can hear anyone from Jayo Felony to King Pin Skinny Pimp rappin' these raps.

What name do you rap under?

A good name is 65% of the battle in today's competitive hip hop market.

Think Wacka Flocka Flame.

Really shitty rapper.....really.....shitty... name.

Ok bad example, but you know what i'm saying.


Ya that was just some "based" stream of conciousness shit. Typin freestyle.
Post Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:45 am
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Prontoid



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Change "add a lil twist on it, ya know, the way i like my nips prodded" to "add a lil twist on it, ya know, the way i like my nips clipped to electrodes" and im down...
Post Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:50 am
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MCGF



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Plum should rap.

or at least ghostwrite.
Post Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:24 pm
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AdamBomb



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http://www.ehow.com/how_4922620_can-become-hiphop-ghostwriter.html


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How Can I Become a Hip-Hop Ghostwriter?
By Emily Lambert, eHow Contributor

Becoming a ghostwriter for hip-hop artists is an amazing opportunity. People all over the world will listen to your lyrics and your name could pop up in the media giving you ultimate fame for your work. A ghostwriter must produce original lyrics. A ghostwriter needs determination and patience to find the right people in the music industry to read the lyrics.
Difficulty: Easy

Instructions.

1
Write about 5 to 10 hip-hop songs with original lyrics.

2
Copyright your work. By copyrighting a few songs, you can show others your work as samples without them stealing your lyrics.

3
Allow local hip-hop artists and hip-hop producers to read your songs. If you become a ghostwriter for a local artist or producer, people will recognize your name as they begin to recognize the artist's name.

4
Send your copyrighted lyrics to hip-hop record labels and producers so they can see samples of your work.

5
Visit local record companies in your area. Talk to CEOs or anyone else who has authority in the company. Let them see your work.

6
Call your local radio station and ask them for contacts that might help you become a hip-hop ghostwriter. Call, email, or write the contacts and send them samples of your work.
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Read more: How Can I Become a Hip-Hop Ghostwriter? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4922620_can-become-hiphop-ghostwriter.html#ixzz1EtXGBwRT


See, man. You see the difficulty is listed as "Easy". E-how know how...that's how.
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the mean
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That rules.

I wonder if it is this Emily Lambert:
http://www.marketswiki.com/mwiki/Emily_Lambert
Post Thu Feb 24, 2011 10:52 am
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The Mean Don't Know My Dreamz is a banger.

Copyright that shit.
Post Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:02 am
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Prontoid



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haha i love that...writing 5-10 songs should be enough to make it big..no doubt...also just stroll into a music labels office and start speaking to the CEO...too easy
Post Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:14 pm
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