Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.
O'REILLY: Well, you know what I'm talking about, Damon.
I never really looked at this standpoint of the essay. After reading your standpoint i like the points that you used. It truly brings out the idea that Dyson wants to use.
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In 1992, former member Dr. Dre released The Chronic , a massive seller (eventually going triple platinum) which showed that explicit gangsta rap could hold mass commercial appeal just like more pop-oriented rappers such as MC Hammer , The Fresh Prince , and Tone Lōc . The album established the dominance of West Coast gangsta rap and Dre's new post- label, Death Row Records (owned by Dr. Dre along with Marion "Suge" Knight ), as Dre's album showcased a stable of promising new Death Row rappers. The album also began the subgenre of G-funk, a slow, drawled form of hip hop that dominated the rap charts for some time.
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