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If anyone here actually enjoys rap/hip-hop (which I doubt) this is the topic to talk about it in.

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yes

 

 

 

i do actually

 

im not up to date tho

 

i dont know ofwgkta

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I like some I'll post a list. This will put me open to attack :D

 

Brotha Lynch Hung

Eminem

Immortal Technique

ICP

Krizz Kaliko

Tech N9ne

2Pac

Cypress Hill

Fort Minor

Kottonmouth Kings

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I like some I'll post a list. This will put me open to attack :D

Eminem

Tech N9ne

2Pac

Fort Minor

 

Better. :(

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I'm big on alt hip hop like Subtle, Busdriver, Dälek, Themselves, El-P, etc.

Also love stuff like J Dilla, Del, Dan the Automator, Madlib, Doom, Atmosphere, etc.

Also big on classics like Jurassic 5, De La Soul, Tribe Called Quest, Pharcyde, Beastie Boys, etc.

I really love trip-hop and breakbeat too, that often displays elements of rap and hip hop.

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Mac Dre

J-Diggs

Dubee aka Sugawolf

Crest Creepaz

Mac Mall

X Raided

Brotha lynch hung

Andre Nickatina

Equipto

 

Just to name a few.

 

It should be noted that there's a lot of bad rap out there that passes for good rap (you know what I'm talking about)

Edited by Naota

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

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I like stuff such as:

 

Doomtree

P.O.S.

Kid Cudi

Wale

The Roots

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and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

 

Could not agree more.

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Eminem

Lil Wayne

Pitbull

Drake (before he went mainstream)

Chamillionair

Lil Scrappy

Tech N9ne

K Dean

816 Boyz

Krizz Kaliko

Wiz Kahlifa

Tyga

Gutta Gutta Man

Travis Porter

Busta Rhymes

Diddy

Kanye West (like his lyrics, not his opinions)

Jay-Z

Mase

Dr Dre

Nate Dogg (RIP)

Juvinile

Kid Cudi

Akon

Timbaland

Will.I.Am

Ludacris

SPM

Lloyd Banks

DMX

Far East Movement

Yella Wolf

Missy Elliot

Twista

The Dean

C-Mob

The Addict

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Has anyone heard of Childish Gambino?

 

He's the black guy on Community, and he raps.

 

His lyrics are really good.

Edited by Ramon

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

I agree with you on Eminem, he needs to pick one and stick to it. And while he's at it he needs to stop making the same song over and over.

 

I'm a big fan of Jedi Mind Tricks and RA The Rugged Man.

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

I agree with you on Eminem, he needs to pick one and stick to it. And while he's at it he needs to stop making the same song over and over.

 

I'm a big fan of Jedi Mind Tricks and RA The Rugged Man.

If you don't reference this to another rapper, then you have no right to post that assumption on Eminem

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eminem fell off years ago

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Blu

 

AZ

 

Brother Ali

 

Shad

 

Madvillain

 

Lil wayne and drake and eminem were always terrible to me. Kanye's alright as long as he doesnt do verses on pop songs. Late Registration and College Dropout were great. MBDTF was pretty good as well but if you're looking at great sampling, the former 2 are the better ones.

 

I hardly listen to anything that's come out in recent years from a lot of people because the majority of it is just garbage.

Edited by Doom

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

I agree with you on Eminem, he needs to pick one and stick to it. And while he's at it he needs to stop making the same song over and over.

 

I'm a big fan of Jedi Mind Tricks and RA The Rugged Man.

If you don't reference this to another rapper, then you have no right to post that assumption on Eminem

Why not? That makes no sense.

 

I really want Eminem to just stop. I'm tired of people playing those same damn songs over and over again.

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

I agree with you on Eminem, he needs to pick one and stick to it. And while he's at it he needs to stop making the same song over and over.

 

I'm a big fan of Jedi Mind Tricks and RA The Rugged Man.

If you don't reference this to another rapper, then you have no right to post that assumption on Eminem

The frick's that even mean?

Edited by Demon Jelly

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Has anyone heard of Childish Gambino?

 

He's the black guy on Community, and he raps.

 

His lyrics are really good.

That was surprisingly pretty good.

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I'm still into my oldschool tupac, biggie, puff, mase, nas, mobb deep, fugees, bone thugs, KRS, busta, jay-z, ll cool j, mark morrison, outkast, snoop, warren g, west side connect, wu-tang, common, all those artists.

 

I'ts a dead genre to me these days, i don't get along with the new "ricky ross" stuff with the same tired old beat, they're not showing me anything new or different. With the exception of that kanye clone bubblegum clothed protege cudi, who can actually belt out a few decent songs, and jay-z whos sticking close enough to his style for me to still maintain a level of respect for him, at that age to still be representing, i don't have much love for any of the other artists these days, and yes that includes the ever so bipolar artist eminem, used to love his work, but now he just seems to be on this whirlwind of a path with his music that i don't understand anymore - which one are you marshall? the funny guy, the angry hateful guy, or the guy who wants to dedicate his songs to saving the world?

I agree with you on Eminem, he needs to pick one and stick to it. And while he's at it he needs to stop making the same song over and over.

 

I'm a big fan of Jedi Mind Tricks and RA The Rugged Man.

If you don't reference this to another rapper, then you have no right to post that assumption on Eminem

No because then it becomes a battle of comparison, and i'm not about to start playing favorites here, thet's merely my critique on his music.

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Camp Lo, Cannibal Ox, Deltron 3030, JR Swinga, Exile, Little Brother, DOOM (and all his variations), Mos, Quas, Solilaquists... I could go on for days. Glad to see there's a pretty good sized fanbase here in Sal's :D

 

Of course I have to keep it real and say I do enjoy the occasional Rozay or Flocka album. No prejudice here.

Edited by Redi

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