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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by GeSuS_KRiST, Oct 25, 2004.

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  1. GeSuS_KRiST

    GeSuS_KRiST Moderator

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    im still up here, i can wait around if u want to hit a nickah up i have to wait to make a run before i come down anyways... i was in FTL earilyer at ST's he gave me a fucking dog skull intacked with tetth ima try to seal it and turn it into a chain shit would be fuckign fresh!
     
  2. Allthegoodnamesaretaken

    Allthegoodnamesaretaken Senior Member

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    I would say, it's not that its harder to find, its just that most of the mainstream shit hogs all the radio and tv airplay and even hogs the internet to a certain extent and that most cats are fucking stupid and don't bother looking for dope artists.
    Back in the days, (im not saying I used to live in ny when i was a kid, I'm just 16 lol) most of the shit was through homies there was no commercialization and obviously no sellouts..
    if you want to find some good music, Trust me its DEFINITELY out there its not like all the dope artists like immortal-technique are just sitting in a basement making music, They promote there shit as best as possible.
    You just gotta know where to look. don't fucking turn the radio on and expect talib-kweli, dont even expect rap at all, if you turn that damned piece of shit on you should expect panic at the disco or some homo faggot emo shit.
    I'm just letting some steam out.
     
  3. Fube

    Fube Elite Member

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    talkin alot, i just wanted to get shit off my chest. dont over look these folks. sweet ups.
     
  4. Fube

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  5. GeSuS_KRiST

    GeSuS_KRiST Moderator

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    steam about what?

    if talib comes on the radio u should turn off the radio, as for imortal being dope... eh i dont know he had his lil 15 mins but homies just over sellin his style which is doing nothing more but taking conspecery theroys an spiting um to hopefully attract some listeners... then those kids listen to a few songs and think they know it all when really they dont kow a fucking thing that hes spitting about, his style is way over played and wack its funn hes just like every other emcee out there who i hate because i see there name in hot topic and kids who talk about "naw i hate rap but hiphops good but you know not that bullshit you hear on the radio... i mean real stuff, real stuff like atmosphere" "you know stuff with a message talking about real life"

    if i had a fuckign penny for everytime i heard somthing close to that.... shiiiiiiiiiiit id be buyin yall nickahs shots... cas id have bank... eh whatever sorry just lettin sum steam out an rambling
     
  6. I know where to look, you're basically just re-phrasing what I was talking about, but good looks I guess.

    On the real, back in the day Hip-Hop didn't even have a chance for commercialization, they had to resort to whatever they could to sell or put there shit out there...Nowadays anyone seems like they can get their name out there if they meet the right people, look at Soulja Boy his shit is whack as fuck, his lyrics don't even make sense and he used fuckin Fruity Loops to make his instrumentals....There are deff dudes holdin it down and putting out quality shit, like I said before you just need to know where to look. Even the femcees could rock hot shit back in the day, then again it was fresh at the time, gotta take that into consideration...P.E. had the political lyrics and hard-hitting beats, De La had smooth intricate rhymes and kickin' beats, Gang Starr did it Jazzy style with the monotone flow. Almost everything was fresh back in the day, just like graff almost everything has been done before already.


    Also...It's becoming really outplayed when emcees talk about other emcees being whack or not "real".
    I'm sick of this "Hater" phase.
     
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  7. Allthegoodnamesaretaken

    Allthegoodnamesaretaken Senior Member

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    Yea I'm just in a shitty mood. I just realized how much an idiot I sounded like
     
  8. bilal_tariq

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  9. BIGel

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    word my friend. if your listening to the new school of overground beats your a faggot i dont give a fuck what you say about lil wayne and kanye. if i want to hear dude spit about gucci and louis viton ill listen to danity kane and get some good eye candy out of it.

    p e was perfect, political message but flava flave kept everything light. substance is key, it just doesnt get any airtime anymore.
     
  10. Mr. Girbic

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    Michael Franti is an artist with alot of variety. From a sort of political Jack Johnson sounding indie poet to a Punk rocker with some radical views. Hes comfortable on the mic no matter what kind of music, and is also an accomplished rapper.

    The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy: Hypocrisy is the Greatest Luxury

    Sounds like a slowed down more complex Chuck D. If your into that whole political aspect of Hip Hop you will nut your pants over this guys lyrics. Makes Immortal Technique seem like a repetitive rambling Conspiracy theory obsessed madman.

    aecx.images_amazon.com_images_I_41NDV7KGHSL._SS500_.jpg

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=69C4S007

    Its a big album simply cause he has so much to say.
     
  11. AMansNotACamel

    AMansNotACamel Senior Member

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    Immortal techinique does sound like a repetitive rambling Conspiracy theory obsessed madman, no matter what it is compared to.
    Lots of dope albums being put up, I would upload stuff if I could to pay you all back, but I can't, so I won't.
    For the record, hating on the type of music people like is as played as calling stuff played.
     
  12. bilal_tariq

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    any feedback on the Rob Viktum album?
     
  13. Allthegoodnamesaretaken

    Allthegoodnamesaretaken Senior Member

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    You guys all probably know about cunninlynguists...
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IGNA1FQH
    aec1.images_amazon.com_images_I_61SW0YRAJKL._SS500_.jpg
    Btw, I bought this album and ripped it with itunes if it doesnt work with windows media then dont fucking bitch at me.. download itunes or change format you lazy cunt.

    SAID beat me to it, I was gonna upload classified.. its got some good beats in there

    Going to be edited with more music when I rip this shit to my pc
     
  14. sketch3

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    you sould deff check them uk artists if u like phi life cypher

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0R--ePW3ho

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3cI-4RGfZM&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFutFijjWbs&feature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUzab29FE0Q
     
  15. harley.

    harley. Senior Member

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    can we have babies? :)
     
  16. harley.

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    jus in case:

    Public Enemy- Rebirth of a nation (2006)

    1. "Raw Shit" (featuring Paris and MC Ren)
    2. "Hard Rhymin'" (featuring Paris and Sister Souljah)
    3. "Rise"
    4. "Can't Hold Us Back" (featuring Paris, Dead Prez and Kam)
    5. "Hard Truth Soldiers" (featuring Paris, Dead Prez, The Conscious Daughters and MC Ren)
    6. "Hannibal Lecture" (featuring Paris)
    7. "Rebirth Of A Nation" (featuring Professor Griff)
    8. "Pump The Music. Pump The Sound"
    9. "Make It Hardcore" (featuring Paris)
    10. "They Call Me Flava"
    11. "Plastic Nation"
    12. "Consequences" (featuring Paris)
    13. "Invisible Man"
    14. "Hell No We Ain't All Right!"
    15. "Watch The Door"
    16. "Field ***** Boogie" (featuring Paris and Immortal Technique) (XLR8R Remix)

    How You Sell Soul To A Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul (2007)

    01. Public Enemy - How You Sell Soul To A Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul? 02:37
    02. Public Enemy - Black Is Back 02:42
    03. Public Enemy - Harder Than You Think 04:10
    04. Public Enemy - Between Hard And A Rock Place 01:00
    05. Public Enemy - Sex, Drugs & Violence 03:36
    06. Public Enemy - Amerikan Gangster 04:04
    07. Public Enemy - Can You Hear Me Now 03:58
    08. Public Enemy - Head Wide Shut 01:31
    09. Public Enemy - Flavor Man 03:44
    10. Public Enemy - The Enemy Battle Hymn Of The Public 03:24
    11. Public Enemy - Escapism 04:54
    12. Public Enemy - Frankenstar 03:24
    13. Public Enemy - Col-Leepin 03:59
    14. Public Enemy - Radiation Of A RADIOTVMOVIE Nation 01:10
    15. Public Enemy - See Something, Say Something 03:47
    16. Public Enemy - Long And Whining Road 04:25
    17. Public Enemy - Eve Of Destruction 03:07
    18. Public Enemy - Bridge Of The Pain 04:16
    19. Public Enemy - How You Sell Soul (Time Is God Refrain) 02:31


    Narcicyst
    Stuck between Iraq and a hard place

    1.One Day Intro
    2.Lost Dreams
    3.Straight outta Basrah
    4.Fool's Spirit
    5.Indo Chopper (Border Precinct)
    6.May 26th
    7.Where I'm from (Narcy Son)
    8.Ten Iraq Commandments
    9.Eternal Reflection
    10.Still a Child
    11.Khanjar Battle Steps
    12.Dagnabbit
    13.Semetic Genetics ft. Rugged Intellect
    14.Home Bittersweet Home
    15.Test the Lah
    16.Arabonics
    17.One Love (Wahid)
    18.Narcy Medley
    19.Iraqnophobia
    20.British Mack 10 Clips


    Talib Kweli- Eardrum
    1. Everything Man - Talib Kweli
    2. My Weather Report - Talib Kweli
    3. Hostile Gospel, Pt. 1 (Deliver Us) - Talib Kweli
    4. Say Something - Jean Grae, Talib Kweli
    5. Country Cousins - Raheem DeVaughn, Talib Kweli, UGK
    6. Holy Moly - Talib Kweli
    7. Eat to Live - Talib Kweli
    8. In the Mood - Roy Ayers, Talib Kweli, Kanye West
    9. Soon the New Day - Norah Jones, Talib Kweli
    10. Give 'Em Hell - Lyfe Jennings, Talib Kweli, Coi Mattison
    11. More or Less - Dion, Talib Kweli
    12. Stay Around - Talib Kweli
    13. Hot Thing - Talib Kweli, will.i.am,
    14. Space Fruit (Interlude) - Sa-Ra,
    15. Perfect Beat - KRS-One, , Talib Kweli
    16. Oh My Stars - Talib Kweli, Musiq (Soulchild)
    17. Listen!!! - Talib Kweli
    18. Go with Us[*] - Talib Kweli, Strong Arm Steady
    19. Hostile Gospel, Pt. 2 (Deliver Me)[*] - Talib Kweli, Sizzla
    20. Nature[*] - Talib Kweli, Justin Timberlake


    Title: Never Stand Down
    Artist: Rise Of The Revolution

    01 01:08 So Called Democracy
    02 02:54 3 Step Process
    03 02:44 Not About The Music Ft Esik
    04 02:56 Who Knows
    05 04:15 Never Stand Down Ft The Grouch
    06 03:41 The Only One Ft Esik and Harmonize
    07 03:19 Money
    08 02:55 Sultan Sea Ft Nigel Baywood
    09 02:19 Grand Plan
    10 01:34 Quantum Mechanics
    11 04:05 In This Institution
    12 02:36 Within This Mind Ft Will Russ Jr
    13 02:41 Burnin Ft Esik
    14 03:19 The All Mighty Bonus Track
     
  17. eMJayBee

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    Just postin to show sum love, for real.. There are soooo manny albums im like ohhemefgee...weird as I may sound, music has really helped me through sooo many things. Thanks to all the people sharing and caring.
     
  18. "Bi2aR"

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    anybody got a link for little brother-the listening? Can't seem to find one.
     
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  20. "Bi2aR"

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