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Old 2006-05-14, 21:45   Link #21
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i like rap from kanye west
especially his song gold digger
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Old 2006-05-15, 11:27   Link #22
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my stance on rap is much like Remittance Man's

i have to say Pharoahe monch, is my fav rap artist
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Old 2006-05-15, 12:05   Link #23
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The Streets are pretty wonderful. I'd recommend checking out "You're Fit (But You Know It)" and "Such A Twat".

Are there any good asian rap groups? I love to hear rap in different languages and accents.
ketsumeishi : Tabibito . Rather slow compare to their other songs, but I like that very much.

aqua timez: Kibou no saku oka kara, dann cool song.

For American rap songs, the one I enjoy most is "mockingbird" by eminem.

Not sure all of those are considering as rap though
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Old 2006-05-20, 12:24   Link #24
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The only rapper who I like and listen to is Eminem.
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Old 2006-05-21, 01:32   Link #25
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I like DJ Quick and Cise Star. There's alot more but these two are the predominant ones for me.
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Old 2006-05-31, 18:45   Link #26
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the only rap i liked was from eminem...and i dont listen to american rap.

mostly korean rap. kuku...so you guyz are gonna have to recommend some good rappers to me.

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Originally Posted by Misuzu
The Streets are pretty wonderful. I'd recommend checking out "You're Fit (But You Know It)" and "Such A Twat".

Are there any good asian rap groups? I love to hear rap in different languages and accents.
the only ones i know are korean...
but i reallie like epik high.
i like shinhwa eric's rhythm...but his rap makes no sense whatsoever. xD
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Old 2006-06-01, 01:11   Link #27
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I like about 10% of rap.

The ying yang twins, Lil Jon, BoneCrusher, Lil Scrappy, Petey Pablo, Ludacris, Xzibit Cypress hill, Ice Cube. Trillville, then I just started getting into more JP-RAP: Rip slyme, and HALCALI if you can even consider them rap.
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Old 2006-08-22, 22:20   Link #28
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im new to this, wanna tell me some good rap groups?
Time for me to go to work bwahahahahaha

Groups and crews that I listen to:

Jedi Mind Tricks
Army Of The Phaorahs
BlackStar (Talib Kweli and Mos Def)
The Roots
Jurassic 5
The Demigodz
The Cunninlynguists
Extended Famm
Atmosphere
Glue
Megahertz/ Weathermen

Single artists:
Talib Kweli
Mos Def
Adeem
Sage Francis
Metal Face Doom
Apathy
Rise
Esoteric
Black Thought
Canibus
Chino XL
Copywrite
Pharoahe Monch
Common
Immortal Technique
The Emcee (Jin)
Tonedeff
PackFM
Nas
Jakki Da Motamouth
Lupe Fiasco
Del The Funky Homosapien
Rakim
Eyedea
Xzibit
Royce Da 5'9"
Illogic
DZK
Warbux
Ill Chris
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Old 2006-08-23, 07:48   Link #29
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SilentKnight
Time for me to go to work bwahahahahaha

Groups and crews that I listen to:

Jedi Mind Tricks
Army Of The Phaorahs
BlackStar (Talib Kweli and Mos Def)
The Roots
Jurassic 5
The Demigodz
The Cunninlynguists
Extended Famm
Atmosphere
Glue
Megahertz/ Weathermen

Single artists:
Talib Kweli
Mos Def
Adeem
Sage Francis
Metal Face Doom
Apathy
Rise
Esoteric
Black Thought
Canibus
Chino XL
Copywrite
Pharoahe Monch
Common
Immortal Technique
The Emcee (Jin)
Tonedeff
PackFM
Nas
Jakki Da Motamouth
Lupe Fiasco
Del The Funky Homosapien
Rakim
Eyedea
Xzibit
Royce Da 5'9"
Illogic
DZK
Warbux
Ill Chris
Finally someone with good taste in rap. Though my favorite atm is CYNE.
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Old 2006-08-23, 08:59   Link #30
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Finally someone with good taste in rap. Though my favorite atm is CYNE.
I certainly agree on his good taste although I prefer Jin's freestyles rather than "Learn Chinese" and most of the rest of his singles.

Basing and adding from SilentKnight's list, I like to listen to:

Aesop Rock
Atmosphere
Cannibal Ox
De La Soul
Deltron 3030
Dilated Peoples
Hieroglyphics
Jay Z (his early stuff)
Kanye West
MF Doom
Goodie mobb
EPMD
Pete Rock & CL Smooth
Redman's first two albums
Mobb Depp (before joining to G-Unit a.k.a G-Unot)
Jazzyfatnastees
Platinum Pied Pipers
D'Angelo
Akrobatik
J-Live
Little Brother
Masta Ace
Juelz Santana
M.E.D.

Crud, listed some soul as well. Ahhh well.
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Old 2006-08-23, 10:26   Link #31
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Jin's freestyles are pretty nuts, though most of the time partially written. (Off the top with a few written lines thrown into the mix)

I know his first album wasn't up to par with people's expectations, yet I didn't think it was that bad. I mean the single that was chosen "Learn Chinese" had much more of a negative effect than I thought. The entire album in itself wasn't all that bad. Not the craziest lyricism I've heard, but I'd take his album over a 50 Cent or Chingy album any day. (wait, that's a bad comparison....well, you get the point, it wasn't that bad)

His second album, The Emcee's Properganda was much more on point in terms of lyrical content and quality. Definitely worth checking out, since I believe a lot of people considered it to be one of the better rap albums of 2005 or 2004? Forgot which year it was released.
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Old 2006-08-23, 11:48   Link #32
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Any rap that sounds good is fine with me... but some out there are really stupid... and are just ugly to listen to.

As for j-rap, some titles by Home Made Kazoku and SOUL'd OUT are pretty nice.
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Old 2006-08-23, 15:44   Link #33
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I like rap but not to much rap. And it isn't in japanese >_<.
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Old 2006-08-23, 15:45   Link #34
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I not really good at it. My rap sounds terrible, but other people like it when I rap. Couple of years ago, mimi_girl and I were trying to rap outside at the park. Couple of friend of ours like our rap. It was kind of a game we were playing. I still suck on rapping
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Old 2006-08-23, 15:49   Link #35
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Everyone sounds terrible at rapping when they first start off, because rap isn't one of those things that teachers can really give music lessons for. You kinda just have to figure everything out by yourself by experimenting and going through a series of trial and error, eventually developing your own unique style.

I've been rapping for about 6-8 years, it took me 3 years to start getting clever with my punchlines and wordchoice, and another 3 or more years to polish up and fully develop my flow.
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Old 2006-08-24, 17:18   Link #36
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Newtyped
should listen to dipset.
they are like public enemy i guess if you like old rap >> << >>

dipset is NOTHING like public enemy, they are a disgrace to hiphop and shouldnt be classified as hiphop,

i like real stuff, mainly the underground

jedi mind tricks
non phixion
pharoah monch
outerspace
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Old 2006-08-24, 17:21   Link #37
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than you dont kno bout harlem
you ever here of dipset!?

YOU DONT KNOW ABOUT HARLEM!!!!!!!!!!!! IMMORTAL TECHNIQUE IS FROM HARLEM! you obviously know nothing at all and just follow the rest, you are a follower, you know nothing of harlem and what it really is, you just like dipset, thats it, they suck. get over it.
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Old 2006-08-24, 19:38   Link #38
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i hate rap. it sucks. rock is better... so is punk,alternative,or metal.
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Old 2006-08-24, 21:02   Link #39
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if you are talking about gangster rap, then no.

if you are talking about 80-90s stuff. sure.
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Old 2006-08-24, 21:40   Link #40
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i used to like Dre and Snoop. Xzibit.
but not listened to any of it in years
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