Is this the Greatest rap video of all time?

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    Nope. This is.
     
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    Some classics already posted





     
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    This one easily.

     
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    Mo Money Mo Problems is probably top 10

    #1:

     
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    i come from germany.. and this attitute was on many immigrant kids at that time. they acted like puffy and co in the videos... some turks/arabs and so on ran around like some wanna be blacks with that same style in the videos... so thats the reason why i get cringes when i see videoclips like that.
     
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    Good song and love the Universal Monster vibe.

     
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    Nope. Not even close. lol
     
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    If you don't remember this, you're not hip-hop and you're not interwebz.

    THIS IS FOR THE CULTURE.
     
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    There's a whole documentary on that vid on YouTube.

    It's hilarious.

    That refer to those two as David vs Goliath, Ali/Frazier lol
     
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    can't have a best rap video thread without this mention, IMO:

     
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    So you're saying Mace was like a pioneer of contemporary mainstream Hip Hop...

    Also, B.I.G. clearly wrote his verse in that "Can't nobody hold me down" song.
     

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