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Did you buy them, or were they a gift, because he desperately needs unannounced guests at his shows.

I purchased them. They were $30, so no biggie, but add on ticketmast fees ($10) and it was creeping up there.

This being NYC, I figure he'll have some. It's at the Blender Theater, which is not only a smallish venue, where I think hip-hop acts do their best, its also 2 blocks away from my apt.

Speaking of good hip hop shows, I saw Gang Starr in Madison, WI (I know, funny) at a very small venue called the Orpheum on State St. It was hands down the best hip hop concert I've ever been to.
post #17 of 439
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I purchased them. They were $30, so no biggie, but add on ticketmast fees ($10) and it was creeping up there.

This being NYC, I figure he'll have some. It's at the Blender Theater, which is not only a smallish venue, where I think hip-hop acts do their best, its also 2 blocks away from my apt.

Speaking of good hip hop shows, I saw Gang Starr in Madison, WI (I know, funny) at a very small venue called the Orpheum on State St. It was hands down the best hip hop concert I've ever been to.


Gang Starr is the shit. Guru is the shit. Premie is the shit. I still regularly listen to the Step in the Arena album of theirs. Guru does not get enough props for his lyrics and silky smooth flow. DJ Premier is kindof an unknown superproducer, a lot of people don't know all the popular stuff he has made.
post #18 of 439
+1 on Gangstarr being awesome. I'm still kicking myself for missing Guru's solo tour when it rolled through Baltimore a couple months back.
post #19 of 439
i dont listen to hip hop or rap that much,

but i still get all worked up and have to drop anything i am doing at the moment and start gyrating anytime i hear

Rob Base's It Takes Two

dang what a perennial hit. i never tire of that jam.
post #20 of 439
I consider dancehall and rap the same music. So I'll add A Who Dem Pussy Deh by Cobra, Killa Talk by Bounty Killa, Play Ting Vybz Cartel, the whole Gangsta For Life album by Movado.
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I consider dancehall and rap the same music. So I'll add A Who Dem Pussy Deh by Cobra, Killa Talk by Bounty Killa, Play Ting Vybz Cartel, the while Gangsta For Life album by Movado.

I'll get flak for this from the black/caribbean members, but I HATE Movado. I do like Vybz and Bounty Killer
post #22 of 439
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A Milli by Lil Wayne. It's the first rap song I've liked in a long time.
have you listened to the lyrics?? they are horrendous and they barely make sense!! i feel as if people who like rap should put a caveat saying that they really like the beat/production of the song cause the content of what is being said in most rap songs lately is abysmal. To go along with what i just said, the rap songs i do like from current rap is almost soley due to the beat/production. BUT one song that i have been listening to a lot latelly is Biggie, "I got a story to tell." Ridiculous beat with even better lyrics!! 2 examples: "Mac Milli..the Vanilli’s in here.. im a rascal dont get whopped, I get brats who dont give top" "Let the Pistons on that chopper come on cops im kamikaze drop a rock wit them Obamas"
post #23 of 439
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I'll get flak for this from the black/caribbean members, but I HATE Movado. I do like Vybz and Bounty Killer

Now tell em what is wrong with Movado.
post #24 of 439
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Now tell em what is wrong with Movado.

I like my reggae a bit hardcore and I find his voice to be a little soft. He reminds me of that reggae dude who sang "Let me love you", forgot his name
post #25 of 439
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2 examples:

"Mac Milli..the Vanilli's in here.. im a rascal dont get whopped,
I get brats who dont give top"

"Let the Pistons on that chopper come on cops im kamikaze drop a rock wit them Obamas"

WTF?!
post #26 of 439
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I like my reggae a bit hardcore and I find his voice to be a little soft. He reminds me of that reggae dude who sang "Let me love you", forgot his name

Well he is a bit more a sdinger than a rapper but lyrically he is probaly the most hardcore Dancehall artist.

"Fool dun know de half,
But they love to talk
when mi gun pop off
mi naw here no talk
Mi naw see no head
everbody dead
blood slowly spread
paint the city red"
post #27 of 439
New: Cool Kids: Black Mags

Ol'Skool: KRS: I can't wake up
post #28 of 439
the whole stones throw team
post #29 of 439
I'm feeling the remix of that N.E.R.D. song with Kanye and Lupe lately.
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I'm feeling the remix of that N.E.R.D. song with Kanye and Lupe lately.

I'm loving N.E.R.D. too.
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