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Posted by Mach on March 8, 2011 Yes you are reading that name correctly, it is not a stutter. Given that each one of these tracks are FIRE, the best one on the “EP” has to be “Freaks and Geeks.” I have to say though I’m really feeling the clap beat and verse on “Lights Turned On.” Donald Glover has AMAZING talent. They say “The sky is the limit,” but I don’t even think the sky can hold him back from reaching for the stars.
Avant-garde rapper Glass Popcorn performs at MoMA PS1 in Queens, New York, Aug. 31, 2011. Backing him up at left is performer Spicee Cajun. (CBS) QUEENS, New York -- As far as his parents knew, 15-year-old Will Neibergall was an average teen noodling around on his Mac.
Despite being in the mainstream consciousness for over twenty years now, Hip-Hop is still largely thought to consist solely of idiotic, crude and often pointlessly violent lyrics that debase and malign the English language. Although to be fair, that is still the majority of the Hip-Hop music being shoved down our throats by the big music labels and radio. However, there is an increasingly large presence of extremely intelligent Hip-Hop pushing the genre’s boundaries and transforming rap into academically and artistically viable poetry. NOTE: Judging intelligence is an extremely subjective matter and will always spark debate, however I did abide by some criteria when making my selections.
By: Kno of CunninLynguists Lyrics: I’m caucasian It’s the reason Michael Jordan’s hittin 40 this evenin’ I’m exhausted, barely breathing I been sittin on the bench all season No matter what they’ll never pass it to me My range is as far as my arms can reach I’m caucasian So caucasian So caucasian So caucasian I’m caucasian So caucasian So caucasian So caucasian I’m caucasian
It’s always about Lil Wayne or Kanye West. Jay-Z or 50 Cent. Eminem or Ja Rule. But what about those artists that remain in the underground or have been mainstays in the independent hip hop scene for over 10 years? Most are better than all mainstream rappers.
i would have put this in the hip-hop news thread but i felt this needed to have its on thread. its a list of songs there suggesting hip hop haters should listen to b4 criticizing hip hop We at AllHipHop.com surely do not condone the at times lewd, sexist and even racist verbiage rap artists sometimes use to express themselves artistically. At the same time, we will not tolerate sweeping indictments of Hip-Hop culture as the root of greater society's ills. Next time some quick-on-the-trigger hater claims Hip-Hop is the cause of our moral demise, ask them if they’ve bothered to listen to any of these joints.
Snoop Dogg Doggystyle (1993) Even thought every one says how Gangsta this is that is not what the album is best remembered for. Sure it can get hardcore but this album is more concern with smoking weed then smoking blunts.This was one of the most hyped albums in hip hop history and went to #1 and he was the first artist to have there debut album debut at the top spot. Snoop remembers to have a lot of parties and Funky good times with songs like "Gin and Juice" "Ladi Dodi" and "Whats my name" songs that are for the "Gz and the Hustla's" and "Murder was the Case" to other posse cuts featuring Dre on the boards and Kurupt, The Lady of Rage, RBX and Nate Dogg on the album.It is not as good as the Chronic but is still probally the 4th best West Coast album 4 Stars - Excellent - ...DOGGYSTYLE is filled with verbal and vocal feats that meet its three-mile-high expectations....DOGGYSTYLE speeds through 55 minutes of constant talk as if on a suicide hot line....
Now I do like hip-hop. I really do. But sometimes it does make it really, really hard to stay onside, y'know? DISCLAIMER: I'm just gonna go out there and say that pretty much every clip in this list would be considered inappropriate to listen to at your place of work. Especially the Vanilla Ice one.
Ari Lennox - La La La La Since the start of 2013, we’ve featured not one, not two, but three new records titled La La La, courtesy of MGK, Nikki Grier and Naughty Boy. Though previous years have seen artists go the minimal route, turning in...
Written by Ben Pogany The Notorious BIG- Ready to Die -(1994) Around the years '87-'88, a young crack dealer named Christopher Wallace began entertaining local passersby by rapping into a beat-up amp on the street corners around Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Six years later, he was the biggest rapper in the world. Three years after that, he was dead. During the short flash that was his career, only one album was to be released, a top-to-bottom classic with the eerily prophetic title 'Ready to Die'.
DJ Cinema is my favorite blend mixtaper. He is the creator of the classics “The Commission” (with Biggie & Jay-Z) and “Tupac Duets”, among others. His newest effort, “The Stimulus,” is another great one.
The Wu-Tang saga is a revolution that swarmed on the music industry like a pack of killer bees. Straight out of the slums of Shaolin, the Clan created an often imitated but never duplicated sound comprised of eerie beats mixed with puzzling stanzas and clashing kung-fu swords. The collective powers of RZA the Abbot, GZA the Genius, Ol' Dirty Bastard , Raekwon Shallah, Ghostface Killah , Method Man , Inspectah Deck , U-God , Masta Killa , and Cappadonna have entertained and inspired legions with perplexing rhymes full of grit. With this year's Rock the Bells line-up featuring Raekwon and Ghostface performing all of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx... and GZA doing Liquid Swords , it's a perfect time for Complex to enter all 36 Chambers to unmask The 100 Best Wu-Tang Clan Songs .
Published by Toronto Mike on January 11, 2009 @ 11:26 in Lists , Music Some* are calling this the Best. Party. Playlist.
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DOWNLOAD HERE (right-click, save as) Tracklist after the jump! 1.