Blackroc = The Black Keys, Q Tip, Mos Def, Raekwon...

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  1. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    Blackroc = The Black Keys getting together with some classic NYC rappers (Mos Def, Pharhoe Monch Q Tip) for an album.

    My mind = blown.
     


  2. premo

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    Yeah seriously... this will be heavvvvyyyy.

     


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    My pants just got tighter.
     


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    Mos Def needs to stop singing and get back to rapping.
     


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    Mos Def needs to stop singing and get back to rapping.

    truth
     




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    Mos Def needs to stop singing and get back to rapping.

    agreed, this whole trend of rappers becoming singers (i'm looking at you Q-Tip) is not a good movement.......
     


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    As much as I hate rap I am really looking forward to this. Black keys are amazing and think this is a good idea. I also think that Mos def is a better singer.
     


  8. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    Found this, Hoochie Coo with Jim Jones and Mos. I'm really hoping they tour. And yes, Mos needs to get back to doing a little more of this. Edit: Sorry, double post. Didn't see premo's link.
     


  9. Aaron

    Aaron Senior member

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    What do you think?


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    Fail...what could have been a forward leaning project turned out to sound like someone taping a Black Keys jam session and rapping over it. Its boring as all hell...
     


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    I'll listen to it and if i like the album, i'll be pleasently surprised. I like Mighty Mos a lot, as a rapper. When he starts singing and running off on socio-polital tangents, he can hold that.
     


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    I too am not a hip hop fan but I love the Black Keys. I'll probably buy.
     


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    He doesn't really sing on it...or, I wouldn't call that singing...sounds like him rapping to me.
     


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