Webisode 35: Hating vs Criticism | Dead End Hip Hop





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Published on Sep 27, 2011

This is a topic we know all too well. A few of us have been called haters on this show which is not the case. We could honestly care less. We only care about the music. Oh but don't tell our random viewers that or people that happen to come across our album reviews or discussions. We hate on everything. Or are just old. In any event, here is what we think of the old universal colloquialism of the term hating. So, who's will be the first to hate on us? See you in the comment section! No Politics. No B.S.

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I think "haters" should be quantified as people who drop the substance of a criticism in favor of their emotional bias. If a critique is well thought out but harsh, not hating. "You're stupid for liking x, y is overrated, he can't rap", that's "hating". Just my opinion.
Def Rocker
Drake is WACK, just like most of these rappers out now.
Olando Anônimo
I cam only agree with your comment.
The term hating is often used to be dismissive of someone's opinion. Even if someone is correct that you are hating that says nothing about whether you are justified in your hatred.
Jimmy Toone
I respect that y'all speak y'all's opinions and don't change up your opinion for nobody.
c town is gay tho, thats just my opinion I AIN'T HATING
Tone Riggz
Damn, it's been over 2 years since they did this video based on my suggestion.
JZA with a J
5 year anniversary
I like you guys. Keep doing your thing. If you don"t like Dead End Hip Hop and their opinions don't fucking watch it
Brian Gearron
that's the problem, mfs always think you're hating. So mfs can't be wack anymore? It's not ok to say that a mf can't really rap anymore?
Yeah, most people's mindset in modern society is, "Everyone's Perfect," when really no one's perfect. Even the greatest artists have a few duds every once in a while. But no one's allowed to acknowledge that and give constructive criticism because "everyone's perfect."
did this nigga feefo say "pound sign"? damn nigga. its hashtag
The Boy
Stefon430 lol this was a while ago tho
19:36 Someone playing clipping in the background?
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