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  • Vibe

    Is Jay even known in areas like Israel and Switzerland and s***? Those worldwide areas? Not trolling.

    50 and Em are known on that scale

    Idk but on the other side of town “Build your fences, we digging tunnels!” rings off

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    CrippledGod

    Lol, Americans (and sub-urbanites) from developed countries are so self-centered.

    it’s not as if israel are cut off from general popular culture ..

    even if it’s mostly as Beyoncé’s husband I guarantee you he’s well known there

  • Vibe

    50 was done by 2006-07 and then TI, Wayne and Kanye were running s*** at that point lol

    pretty much yes, jay was still huge late 00s too

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    it’s not as if israel are cut off from general popular culture ..

    even if it’s mostly as Beyoncé’s husband I guarantee you he’s well known there

    Of course not, especially with the internet and social media being what it is.

  • mr get dough

    leave me alone bro u being negative im not in da mood for that

    nah yall gotta stop living in these little boxes fr

  • But I think from a pop consumption and commercial aspect, probably Eminem has a bigger footprint if we’re being honest.

    But I would take the fruit off of Jay-Z’s tree and his presence in the actual realm over Eminem. Full disclosure tho, I don’t really like Eminem’s music but I admit it has a huge audience.

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    Vibe

    Once the 2010s hit Eminem had that wave of Tyler, The Creator, Earl, Logic etc and in the later 2010s ppl like JuiceWRLD and XXXTENTACION.

    I can't really think of rappers in the 2010s wanting to sound like Jay outside of Drake. And he's probably the biggest one.

    I'd say that Em was still putting work like crazy and was still hungry in the 10s. Jay was an OG and let everyone know he was an OG when the 10s hit, Even in his OG era though,he still made better music then 10s Em.

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    gnarlynasty

    I'd say that Em was still putting work like crazy and was still hungry in the 10s. Jay was an OG and let everyone know he was an OG when the 10s hit, Even in his OG era though,he still made better music then 10s Em.

    Yeah i'm definitely not arguing their output cause 4:44 is better than anything Em has dropped in the 2010s by a country mile

  • I’d say it’s Jay his bars almost get quoted as much as he used to quote Biggie lines

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    Yeah I thought that Jamal Crawford clip was odd because Em has influenced Chance Kendrick and Cole just off top maybe even JID

    Hov has grandfathered influence via Drake Ye and Wayne but arguably Em has more impact on the game right now. We just like Hov more

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    Vibe

    Once the 2010s hit Eminem had that wave of Tyler, The Creator, Earl, Logic etc and in the later 2010s ppl like JuiceWRLD and XXXTENTACION.

    I can't really think of rappers in the 2010s wanting to sound like Jay outside of Drake. And he's probably the biggest one.

    Yep

    Niggas just be saying what sound good

  • Drake

  • Influence is impact but not all forms of impact has to do with being influential. I think Em has a higher case of being more impactful than ya letting on itt

    Although I still think it's hov

  • Dino
    https://twitter.com/DailyLoud/status/1617562892970205184

    I think it all started from this

    Yeah this is what I was thinking of, thanks for posting it

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    Vibe

    Yeah i'm definitely not arguing their output cause 4:44 is better than anything Em has dropped in the 2010s by a country mile

    Debatable

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    Dorian

    Eminem s*** doesn’t hit like Jay’s s***. Eminem don’t have a come and get me. A Million and One Questions, Where I’m From. Well he has his dead wrong verse and some loosies.

    lmfao pleb

  • aLIEN

    lmfao pleb

    A Million and One Questions and Where I'm From prop is the opposite of pleb

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    CrippledGod

    Debatable

    No

  • Senior Intern

    No

    I can debate it. Y'all just fell for the Roc Nation hype machine.

  • mr get dough

    Its Hov but they both are 2 of the most important niggas to ever touch a microphone

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    Jay Z has more influence over eminem period em came out the gate making horrorcore

    Jay Z has more influence in detroit than Eminem example: Payroll Giovanni Boldy James etc

    why is sada baby and all these new detroit rappers saying they don’t play Em music like that? go to brooklyn and ask a new rapper like Fivio Foreign about Hov you won’t get the same response

  • Mitch Baker

    Jay Z has more influence over eminem period em came out the gate making horrorcore

    Jay Z has more influence in detroit than Eminem example: Payroll Giovanni Boldy James etc

    why is sada baby and all these new detroit rappers saying they don’t play Em music like that? go to brooklyn and ask a new rapper like Fivio Foreign about Hov you won’t get the same response

    Because they don't make the same type of music? Its like wondering why Soulja Boy doesn't consider Nas an influence.

    Any horror core, shock value, emo rap, pill popping rapper (or recently, rappity rap nigga) cites Em as an influence. You just choosing slick talk/hustler types as an example.

  • aye cuh

    what exactly has eminem influenced besides “i hate mumbuh rap“ niggas

    Zero hip hop knowledge

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    Jay Z in Europe doesn’t exist lol, what impact?

  • they both can have equal amount of impact. they inspire 2 different lanes of rappers

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