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That lil John mashup never gets old. never.

 


 

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Anyone else not know who the hell these groups are when people in here start discussing rap and indie?
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Also, Brother Ali - Shadows on the Sun.
I must have listened to that album 500 times.

Is it blasphemous that my favorite Brother Ali track is a mashup?
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Pusha T is killin it right now. I will happily say best rapper alive. Fuck Kendrick.
please don't post ever again.
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I used to listen to a lot of MF Doom and Wu-Tang. Ditto on liquid swords being a great album.

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100 each, or 100 for all of them? :|
100 for all of them. Price for a custom shirt in China is about 100 rmb or roughly 14.50 USD.
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Aeglus -- wonder girls vs. girls generation???
wonder girls = not so hot, but girls generation is kinda creepy because the youngest member was 13 when they came out. f(x) are pretty good for a new group actually.


Wow. $14.50 for a custom dress shirt. What material? That's a steal. I would love to get some of that.

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I used to listen to a lot of MF Doom and Wu-Tang. Ditto on liquid swords being a great album.
My first "baller" purchase when I was in grade 10 lol.

edit: I threw them in the garbage along with all my jordans when I moved cross country.
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700

 

 

I was waiting for Jay he's prolly the best lyricist since Big Pun

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With all this rap talk going on, I was wondering if you guys have seen Something from Nothing - The Art of Rap. It's a documentary about movie, made by Ice-T. Travels across the country to interview most famous rappers, talking about their history, technique, influences. Really cool.
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As for underground, Living Legends all day http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvJ6rilpkwk&list=FLteQEWw9L_Do6kjvy_t5cag&index=27&feature=plpp_video
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what the fuck
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Since this is music/hiphop discussion now:

 

8-12 years old: Bomfunk MC's, some Wu-Tang (best friends brother was a Wu fanatic), Linkin Park and some other bad stuff

12-14: Metallica, and various artists featured in skate films

14-16: Hiphop, mostly Wu, Gangstarr, Nas, Biggie

16-18: Jedi Mind Tricks, more Wu, found the UK scene - transitioned into cheezy electrohouse when I started partying to later on be full on Grime kid

18-19: Dubstep (DMZ, early Skream & Benga, basically the good stuff before it turned shit)

19-onwards: Mostly raw techno (Berlin, Birmingham & Bristol scene) & some good dubstep, house and hiphop. Found out I actually dig RnB despite refusing it for my whole life

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Bomfunk MC's! biggrin.gif

My first record ever was The Beatles' Blue Double. Got it as a Christmas gift when I was 9. For a long time they were my favorite band. Most of the music I listened to was influenced by my family. I always listened to some old stuff I had got as gifts, The Police, Sting, some old Finnish bands. Slowly I started finding more music on my own. Firstly just the basic popular modern rock bands, Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, Oasis. All this stuff I still listen to nowadays. With my piano background, I've always found piano based pop/rock kinda cool. At some point I found some new old stuff to listen to - Billy Joel, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Led Zeppelin. My taste has basically never changed, it has just broadened. I still listen to all this classic rock, but I've also found a love for indie music, firstly through Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, and such bigger successes. Lately I've been trying to get more into jazzy stuff too, mainly through Jamie Cullum, as it's kind of an easy transition. Ben Folds has quickly become one of my absolute favorites as I've started to listen to him. Then there's your hip-hop, Kanye, Lupe, Eminem, Jay-Z... I've also always appreciated bluesy rock'n'roll, a'la Jack White. Loving Black Keys's stuff, and found their old project Blakroc, which is an album they made with different rappers (RZA, Raekwon...). Then there's the more electrical dance stuff that I like to listen to occasionally, and even some radio pop tunes I can like for a while. I've never really liked RnB, but Frank Ocean's album is one of my recent favorites.

There's not quite a feeling than finding some previously released music you've never heard, and discovering you absolutely love it. On one hand you kinda feel like you've missed out as you're so late to it, but it's still awesome you found it now.
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I like that rap-talk was started because of Joy Division.
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