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All Things Hippity and Hoppity

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by gladhands, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. driveslowk

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    That site ruins all of the fun of finding samples
     


  2. Find Finn

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    I had this one site bookmarked on my old computer that was essentially an extensive database of that precise concept.


    www.whosampled.com

    I have a thing for uk hip hop at the moment
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    Everyone heard Christmas In Harlem?

    Really don't think having Dipset was a great choice. Having the whole song with G.O.O.D. music artists would have been a lot better imo
     


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    Ok guys, my son is 14 and listens to Hiphop, what CD do I buy him for christmas? I think he said he likes Jurassic Park??
     


  5. Nouveau Pauvre

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    This is Real Old School... '68 [​IMG]

    The 1st rap record?...




    The 1st rap reply record....



    Quit Jive'in...



    Peace [​IMG]
     


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    Ghostface Killah's new album is the first CD I've bought brand new since...Big Doe Rehab? Shit was $14 at Best Buy, which seems crazy for a first-week release price.

    edit: never mind, it was Bulletproof Wallets around this time two years ago. #stillaprettytoneyalbum
     


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  9. APK

    APK Senior member

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    [​IMG]
     


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    Thought this was dope. Visual is nice, and the piano loop is smooth, No I.D. produced. On Vimeo Here.
     


  11. pruppert

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    Been on a Redman kick recently:
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    TIP: to embed Youtube clips, put only the encoded part of the Youtube URL, e.g. eBGIQ7ZuuiU between the tags. Also, liking this Mobb Deep almost as much as the album version.
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    Also, just got this instrumental album. Vol. 1 + 2. About as east-coast as it gets. Damu the Fudgemunk (no comment on the name, or rather, what was he thinking):

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    Anyone got any good hip-hop reads to share? I hadn't thought of the site in a long while, but dumpin.net was great rap nerdery fun when it was still active. Their Expert Whiteboy Analysis 100 list is precisely the type of music criticism I adore.

    The tone and general narrative of these write-ups beats the shit out of the Pitchfork-esque approach to music criticism, since it's less concerned with showing off vocabulary and more focused on storytelling.

    Then again, I'm biased because I love reading about hip-hop written by people who are clearly longtime and genuine fans of the genre.
     


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    Anyone got any good hip-hop reads to share? I hadn't thought of the site in a long while, but dumpin.net was great rap nerdery fun when it was still active. Their Expert Whiteboy Analysis 100 list is precisely the type of music criticism I adore.

    The tone and general narrative of these write-ups beats the shit out of the Pitchfork-esque approach to music criticism, since it's less concerned with showing off vocabulary and more focused on storytelling.

    Then again, I'm biased because I love reading about hip-hop written by people who are clearly longtime and genuine fans of the genre.


    Egotrip's Raplists and Can't Stop Won't Stop are good starts. There used to be this white guy, a dj on the east coast if I'm not mistaken, who had a blog and was SUPER sharp.
     


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