• Official Hip-Hop/Rap Thread
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[QUOTE=Hoboiam;33199968]Isn't that referencing this? [img]http://pwned.com/gamecovers/segagenesis/c41e8ea23460cb92544ae7cddc4a010f-ToeJam___Earl.jpg[/img][/QUOTE] well he says toejam so obviously he mentions that, but what else would Earl mean? especially considering the fact that he referred to islands and Earl is supposedly on the isle of Samoa
I don't know what you guys think of him, but damn, I think MF DOOM could spit on literally any track in existence: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SrQeiNGF2GA&feature=related[/media]
I know you guys from music section like trashing my songs so trash this one for me please. Leave out the fact that it has bad quality though because that is obvious. [video=youtube;UIlkhqFSG2I]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIlkhqFSG2I[/video]
[QUOTE=lil timmy;33188536]Only recently chucked all my old rockist pretentions (aka long after I stopped regularly posting here) and discovered other kinds of music. Currently, the rap/hip-hop I've heard is generally of the late 90's/early 80's vintage - Wu-Tang Clan, Public Enemy, A Tribe Called Quest, that kind of thing. Good stuff. So, I'm now looking to broaden what I already know/like about this kind of music, and more importantly to get aquainted with more recent stuff, and I suppose this looked like an obvious place to stop by and ask.[/QUOTE] Asheru and Black Blue Big L Cam'ron - Purple Haze Cyhi da Prynce - Royal Flush, Royal Flush 2 Drake - Comeback Season Domo Genesis - Rolling Papers, Cashmere(single) Eric B and Rakim INI J Dilla Jay Electronica (most original MC known to man) Kanye West - Late Registration, Freshman Adjustment Lil Wayne - Tha Carter II, Dedication 2 Gangsta Grillz Edition Mos Def and Talib Kweli are Blackstar Nujabes Pase Rock - Bullshit as Usual Pete Rock and Cl Smooth Smoke DZA Wiz Khalifa - Kush and OJ Wu Tang (any solo albums by man members are also dope) Also FUCK JUSTIN BIEBER THIS KID IS WAY BETTER: [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfZoRAx1D5E[/media]
New MF Doom track, collab with Jonny Greenwood and Thom Yorke. (it sounds amazing and i put it down to doom and jonny, for the strings and epic percussion) I get the feeling Yorke did a limited amount on this, Jonny definitely deserves more credit. [url]http://www.pitchfork.com/news/44495-hear-thom-yorke-jonny-greenwood-and-doom-retarded-fren/?utm_campaign=most-read-week&utm_medium=related&utm_source=pitchfork[/url] [media]http://soundcloud.com/lexrecords/thom-yorke-doom-retarded/s-Tr4vN[/media]
I'm black and I'm gonna say nigga however much I like, If you are mad about the word than your priorities in life are mixed up cause that no longer even matters, seriously, word holds NO weight.
im white and dont feel racist saying it but everyone else gets quiet not gonna stop rapping to a good song or pause when he says nigga but you also dont go around using it to refer to all black people it does have weight despite how much youd like it not to
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29Pg5cBeGbo[/media] I have no idea what he is singing about.
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wokhv10CGjY[/media] Aww crap I listened to a song from Take Care by accident, damn you rap genius. Rick Ross's verse is killer! (Well the first half anyway. It's at 3:30.) I fell in love with the pen, started fucking the ink The hustle's an art, I paint it what I would think Still allergic to broke, prescription straight to the paper Destined for greatness, but got a place in Jamaica Villa on the water with the wonderful views Only fat nigga in the sauna with Jews Went and got a yacht, I'm talkin' Carnival cruise And these niggas talkin' like hoes, they mad they not in my shoes
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rjlo5ZmWicY[/media] The Grouch + Zion I
LEGENDS [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fo-vJFr0P-k[/media] preview pic says Wu but it's got Guru Das EFX CL Smooth KRS-One Fu-Schnickens Naughty by Nature Tribe Called Quest Only GZA raps from the Wu
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tff7ndB0yAA[/media] take care is pre good i guess
Im holding out till release but I reckon it'll be better than Thank Me later
Azealia. Fucking. BANKS. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0_GFLNNawU[/media]
[video=youtube;Tff7ndB0yAA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tff7ndB0yAA[/video]
[QUOTE=chrismusicfan;33245086][video=youtube;Tff7ndB0yAA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tff7ndB0yAA[/video][/QUOTE] mothafucka I just posted that like 3 posts ago is u blind son?? anyways good song imo
Dom kennedy and Jay electronica I'm starting to like.
[QUOTE=mzathemind;33247369]Dom kennedy and Jay electronica I'm starting to like.[/QUOTE] Jay Electronica is some good shit.
Wu Tang [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTPB9inzOPU[/media]
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmCytJPqQis&feature=colike[/media] dunno if this was posted but this is tight
I was raised on Wu tang, before I was a music lover I was a Wu Disciple.
best [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_aB-XWACYs[/media]
[video=youtube;KkKG33-XtpA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkKG33-XtpA&ob=av3e[/video] This song gets me pumped for basketball for some reason. [editline]13th November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=chrismusicfan;33164349]I like my nigga Drake music. He's my guy rapper. Lil wayne too.[/QUOTE] Fuck Lil Wayne, he's running rap into the ground. Drake's cool though.
[QUOTE=mrface3;33254635] Fuck Lil Wayne, he's running rap into the ground. Drake's cool though.[/QUOTE] lol what
[QUOTE=SilverHammer;33254693]lol what[/QUOTE] Lupe Fiasco and Bobby Ray are saving hip hop, Lil Wayne is going with the flow of drugs, girls, and money.
Hip hop is music made to be about whatever the fuck the rappers spits about and for the people that wanna listen to it my man.
No I mean, how can you say Lil Wayne is killing rap, and then turn around and you say you like Drake it's just what i dont even
Why is Slug always better when he is featured on tracks than on his albums?
[QUOTE=SilverHammer;33254953]No I mean, how can you say Lil Wayne is killing rap, and then turn around and you say you like Drake it's just what i dont even[/QUOTE] cause they aren't that similar
[QUOTE=mzathemind;33254456]I was raised on Wu tang, before I was a music lover I was a Wu Disciple.[/QUOTE] I was the same way. I remember being like 11 or 12 and I got my first PS1. All I had were PS magazine demo disks and 1 had the trailer for Wu Tang: Shaolin Style on it [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIOCgruTkdY[/media] This one to be exact. I watched that trailer everyday after school until I finally got the game for Christmas one year. Then a few years back my bro turned me onto Enter the 36 Chambers. I absolutely hated hiphop until that point. Wu Tang is more than a music group. Wu Tang is a way of life.
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