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Re: Hip Hop/Rap Fanatics Unite!

by oxymoron Sat Dec 05, 2015 7:19 pm

I went to a album signing for G-Eazy's new release, When It's Dark Out. Literally, one of the most unorganized signings I have ever been too. I guy showed up an hour and a half late then had his posse come and try to sell us $50 t-shirts to get priority access. It became of those thing where it's "I'll be damned if I don't get what I came here for", which I did. It only took 4.5 hours. The album is nice though so I guess it was worth it?

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Re: Hip Hop/Rap Fanatics Unite!

by TSTR Fri Feb 26, 2016 5:45 pm

yall forgot about the best rapper of all time

the doctor of thuganomics himself

JOHHHHHHHN CEEEEEEEEENAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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by stickem Fri Feb 26, 2016 6:41 pm

^he was funny in the movie sisters.

Wtf did I watch last week with kendrick lamar at the grammies. I guess I just don't get this guy. Sounded like a hot mess to me.
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by RyaNtheSlayA Fri Feb 26, 2016 8:37 pm

I was listening to the radio the other day and they played 1st of the Month by Bone Thugs n Harmony. That's the first time I'd heard that song on the radio in years which sent me on a kick of their music.

Thuggish Ruggish Bone still has a damn fine groove.
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Re: Hip Hop/Rap Fanatics Unite!

by stickem Fri Feb 26, 2016 8:47 pm

Yeah that was when rap was rap.
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by IrishNinja Wed Mar 02, 2016 6:35 pm

OldSchool_Boy wrote:Freddie Gibbs and Redman have recently dropped some new albums, I need to get around to picking them up. Off the new Freddie Gibbs album I've been listening to 'Fucking Up The Count' (https://youtu.be/23O2U41p6cY).


Gibbs has been on fire for a minute now, killin the remixes he jumps on too. Pinanta was one of the finest in a good year, but it gave some new fans a different feel for his work, i think - he usually does more trappy stuff without madlib on the beats

for real though, i haven't been disappointed
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by stickem Fri Jul 22, 2016 6:58 pm

Enjoying hearing some of the prophets of rage on the radio, been reading about them for awhile. 3 of my favorites back in the day, Chuck d, b real, and ratm. Although I'd rather see a rage reunion this is a close 2nd. Chuck d sounds exactly the same as 30 years ago. What's he pushing 50? Will definitely pickup this album.
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Re: Hip Hop/Rap Fanatics Unite!

by OldSchool_Boy Mon Jul 25, 2016 3:01 pm

IrishNinja wrote:
OldSchool_Boy wrote:Freddie Gibbs and Redman have recently dropped some new albums, I need to get around to picking them up. Off the new Freddie Gibbs album I've been listening to 'Fucking Up The Count' (https://youtu.be/23O2U41p6cY).


Gibbs has been on fire for a minute now, killin the remixes he jumps on too. Pinanta was one of the finest in a good year, but it gave some new fans a different feel for his work, i think - he usually does more trappy stuff without madlib on the beats

for real though, i haven't been disappointed


My friend was very disappointed by Shadow of a Doubt because it didn't sound like Cocaine Pinata. I've been listening to him since the Str8 Killa EP and I can't complain about any of his releases although I've always hated Madlib sketches but even that couldn't ruin Cocaine Pinata for me. A real bummer is that I can't seem to find the B side track Deep from the Thuggin single anywhere on the internet.
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