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Jadakiss

most distinct ad-lib sounds
Edited by cyc wid it - 11/28/12 at 8:56pm
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Pusha-T circa Clipse before Malice found Jesus > Pusha-T circa Kanye's LV bag carrier
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West coast gangsta rap NWA, DOC, 2nd to none and other shit 3rd bass, lordz of the underground, OG LL, epmd, pac, biggie.
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pharoahe monch
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my personal favorite is 1994

nas - illmatic
o.c. - word life
outkast - southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
jeru - sun rises in the east
biggie - ready to die
gravediggaz - 6 feet deep
organized konfusion - stress
gang starr - hard to earn

just off the top. im missing a bunch but you get the idea. that year was insane.
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I love the new Carly Rae Jepsen album. That shit is tight. (0).
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Originally Posted by diniro View Post

my personal favorite is 1994
nas - illmatic
o.c. - word life
outkast - southernplayalisticadillacmuzik
jeru - sun rises in the east
biggie - ready to die
gravediggaz - 6 feet deep
organized konfusion - stress
gang starr - hard to earn

just off the top. im missing a bunch but you get the idea. that year was insane.

I have bolded the ones I've never listened to, and do not care about.

You have failed to mention Common's Resurrection, Scarface's The Diary, and Warren G's Regulate G-Funk Era.
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Jedi Mind Tricks' Violent by Design is really cool. This is like all that I know of "non-mainstream" rap.
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What threak did I just stumble upon? I 'm fukkin with Kendrick Lamar right now. The west coast is back. Pusha is the new Jadakiss. He's a great rapper and has the punchlines but will never make it over the hump to actually make it without being hood rich. Hood rich niccas have their following but will never be the P diddys or 50 cent moguls.
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Jedi Mind Tricks' Violent by Design
A staple of my high school days. great fucking album. Funny you should mention that album, I just watched a great discussion with Immortal Technique on Al Jazeera, who I was listening to a lot around the same time as JMT.

I'm wondering, though.. how did this turn into the resident hip-hop thread?
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I love the new Carly Rae Jepsen album. That shit is tight. (0).

reading this post, after the list in the post above it, i almost fell off my chair laughing. (0)
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Also, Brother Ali - Shadows on the Sun.

I must have listened to that album 500 times.

For example...

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This is a good one. A classic. Timeless, even.
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But in all seriousness, GZA's Liquid Swords is probably up with some of my all-time favorite albums. And the RZA's score for Afro Samurai was dope as all hell.
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