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Old 2011-04-03, 21:48   Link #401
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You never know is sad not disturbing
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Old 2011-04-04, 13:17   Link #402
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I don't have a top 5 list but "3 a.m." by Eminem and Tyler the Creator's "VCR" were pretty disturbing.
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Old 2011-04-05, 11:12   Link #403
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You never know is sad not disturbing
I think its quiet disturbing that she died at the age of like 19 or something :P thats pretty young.
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Old 2011-04-08, 00:16   Link #404
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Well if you say so
Stray bullet and Hate by organized konfusion are real disturbing i also thought streets of new york or home sweet home by kool g rap were pretty brutally realistic

OH i almost forgot 1 800 suicide by gravediggaz and Beautiful Night (Manic Psychopath) by Prince Paul
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Old 2011-04-08, 03:32   Link #405
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Although I don't listen to much hip hop these days, but I do love some raps.

D.O.A - Brotha Lynch Hung
When the gun draws - Pharoahe Monch
Trapped in a psycho's body - Tech N9ne
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Old 2011-04-11, 13:34   Link #406
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I'm like, just getting out of a phase where all i listened to was hip-hop.
Tyler's pretty sick, and i dig what OF is doing but the only other bit of them I really like is MellowHype, and a few Earl songs.
Childish Gambino is awesome, and then there's the big names like Kanye, and Lupe.
WHY? is really awesome and kinda experimental.
and then there's old school like Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Wu-Tang and Jay-Z that's always good.
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Old 2011-04-14, 01:42   Link #407
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On another note anyone want to name there top 5 most disturbing rap songs?
Most disturbing? Okay.

5. El-P - Stepfather Factory
4. Tech N9ne - Red Necro
3. Three Six Mafia - Fuckin' with This Click
2. Eminem - Kim
1. Immortal Technique - Dancing with the Devil

Edit: Oh, and DMX - Damien should be in there somewhere. . .

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Old 2011-04-22, 02:36   Link #408
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So, what are some of your favorite beats/instrumentals?
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Old 2011-06-24, 04:43   Link #409
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eLZhi's tribute album Elmatic is sick + free.


I haven't been listening to hip-hop much lately, but eLZhi has made his place as my favorite rapper. Most of the hip-hop coming out of Detroit, besides Eminem, is awesome.

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Guilty Simpson
Elzhi / Slum Village
Black Milk - favorite producer at the moment
Phat Kat
Danny Brown - check out his album The Hybrid
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Old 2011-06-24, 14:38   Link #410
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You won't find many hip-hop artists better than this:

EYEDEA (R.I.P.) from Eyedea & Abilities:



El-P:



Yak Ballz:



Prolyphic:



Camu Tao: (R.I.P.)



Cage: (in his prime)



Aesop Rock: (also back in his prime)



Toastie Taylor:

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Old 2011-06-24, 16:59   Link #411
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Aesop Rock is the tits. Labor Days is still my favorite of his albums.

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Old 2011-06-24, 21:13   Link #412
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Yeah, it's just too bad it takes him like every 10 years to make an album, ha.
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Old 2011-06-25, 05:41   Link #413
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Rap and hip-hop will always be one of the more obscure and less-liked parts of my music collection which now contains some 18,000-odd songs. I've found my tastes are typically lurking around most of the older and semi-older pieces like artists such as: Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Ice-T, LL Cool J, Everlast, Kool & The Gang, DMX, Busta Rhymes, etc.

Beyond that, I also listen to (and some of these may or may not be considered 'rap' by you):

Spoiler for My 'selective' rap:


Most of those artists, some of which I detailed on, are only a few songs (2-3, upwards to 10) big as far as collection size goes. Friend of mine recommend Tech N9ne, whom I've only heard once off the Midnight Club: LA soundtrack. Thinking about pursuing it, but this collection is definitely smaller than my Rock portion, and more so my J-Pop portion.

Suprised I haven't seen much mention of J-Rap in here though, or K-Rap. Heh.
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Old 2011-06-25, 16:24   Link #414
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eLZhi's tribute album Elmatic is sick + free.


I haven't been listening to hip-hop much lately, but eLZhi has made his place as my favorite rapper. Most of the hip-hop coming out of Detroit, besides Eminem, is awesome.

Dilla
Guilty Simpson
Elzhi / Slum Village
Black Milk - favorite producer at the moment
Phat Kat
Danny Brown - check out his album The Hybrid
You and me. . .we'll get along just fine, Elzhi my favorite rapper right now as well. It's a shame that everyone else from Detroit gets over-shadowed because of Eminem.

Don't like Danny Brown all that much though. Guilty Simpson is decent, but his better songs were with Jaylib production.
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You won't find many hip-hop artists better than this:
No Cannibal Ox? I say this because you seem to be a general fan of the late Definitive Jux.
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Old 2011-06-25, 17:40   Link #415
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I haven't enjoyed an Ox album since 'The Cold Vein', to be honest. He hasn't been terrible since that release, but he's been fairly mediocre considering how good that album was. I expected so much more out of him throughout the years, but he hasn't been able to reach that level of quality since.
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Old 2011-06-25, 19:09   Link #416
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Cannibal Ox is a duo and 'The Cold Vein' is their only official album.

I assume you are talking about Vast Aire, the big guy? I can agree with that, him and Vordul Mega need each other to sound good, apparently.

El-P beats helped, too.
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Old 2011-06-25, 19:36   Link #417
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Cannibal Ox is a duo and 'The Cold Vein' is their only official album.

I assume you are talking about Vast Aire, the big guy? I can agree with that, him and Vordul Mega need each other to sound good, apparently.

El-P beats helped, too.
Yeah, I probably should have clarified I was talking about Vast Aire... haven't followed Vordul, ever (due to lack of interest in Ox's history). Speaking of Vast, didn't him and Cage have a battle going on for a while?
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Old 2011-07-01, 23:42   Link #418
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I dont know if he has been mentioned but i really like Tash
I first heard him on Lyrics Lounge 1 with mos def and q tip and then I heard him after that on soundbombing vol 2
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Old 2011-07-08, 14:32   Link #419
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This mash-up came out last year and I still listen to it.

The Notorious B.I.G. vs the xx


you could get it for free in high quality, but the 'wait what' people had to remove it from the web. So there's youtube:
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Old 2011-07-15, 16:45   Link #420
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I'm not sure if anyone knows about Akomplice Clothing, but I went to their site recently and really liked the intro instrumental. I contacted them, and while the guy who responded didn't know the name of the song, he said he was pretty sure it was a Wu-Tang track. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify it.

Here's a link to the site(click on the photo to start the intro): Link
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