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    Default The hip hop never ever ever stops thread

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    BLACK MOON - MAKE MUNNE 1993

    I've never listened to Enta Da Stage before. Weirdly, since I have loved Who Got Da Props and I Gotcha Open for many years. Other than those ones, this has been the highlight so far. Name other tracks with this sort of bassline - I know there are quite a few, a Mobb Deep 'Infamous' track I think? Also Time's Up by O.C.
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    LIL YACHTY MAN - SHOOT OUT THE ROOF (2017)

    This is my favourite rap song of recent years - unexpectedly. It really reminds me of 90s rap without being a slavish/stale imitation of it. It's aggressive but playful. The shouty chorus especially is very 90s - see the Black Moon Choon I posted upthread.

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    Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake - King's Dead (2018)

    I'm actually into this tune, beat is hard... Future's verse is hilarious and arguably atrocious

    Very funny parody here

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    Also from the BLACK PANTHER OST - as a Marvel fan I am hyped for that movie

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    Here’s my basis my razor embraces, many faces,
    You’re telephone-blown, Black,
    Stitches or fat shoelaces

    - NAS 'Memory Lane' (over angelic choirs)

    'And that last half is the best because it is so specific to New York City in 1994. If you were around, you remember kids carrying razor blades in their mouth, spitting them out in a crowded club with a puff of air, slicing another kid’s face from ear to the corner of the mouth… That’s why, contrary to what all the lyric websites tell you, Nas is not saying that his telephone is “blowing.” He’s saying “telephone blown,” meaning your face has been blown wide open with a telephone cut (also known as a buck-fifty, because of the number of stitches you’d need). The last line refers to your scar, either stitched up or left with a puffy “shoelace” keloid.'
    - MISS INFO http://www.complex.com/music/2014/04...favorite-verse

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    Quote Originally Posted by CORP$EY View Post
    Future's verse is hilarious and arguably atrocious

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    Listening to Illmatic, up to 'One Love'

    The perfect album, always makes me want to cry when I listen to it cos its so perfect...

    I mean it isn't actually perfect ('one time 4 your mind' is the weak link afaic although still full of classic lines) but near as to make me weep at the divine spark
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    CORMEGA - U DONT WANT IT (2001)

    My n*gga Biggie musta prophecied / when he said somebody gotta die

    Memories of buying this CD from an HMV in London on a day trip which also saw me buying a Karl Karni denim jacket X'D

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    R.I.P. Fredo Santana, immortalised in rap by this song

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    I can't create threads here anymore. I don't know why but I hope it's not cos yr cishomophobecuckbuckets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistersloane View Post
    I can't create threads here anymore. I don't know why but I hope it's not cos yr cishomophobecuckbuckets.
    yeh no gays allowed sorry we changed the rules. white straight males only.

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    playing soggy biscuit together

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    Even though this is nerd rap that samples The Beatles I still can see Luka digging this

    MF DOOM AND MF GRIMM - TICK, TICK

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    A list of rap songs that have me teary this week

    NAS - Memory Lane
    FREEWAY - What We Do

    Because they're so good, but also as they recede into history they become more poignant, especially cos their quality totally transcends the years in real-time

    Mind you da kidz might find these boring

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    My lord how did I forget this

    Used to absolutely love the first beatnuts album

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    FREEWAY - What We Do

    Mind you da kidz might find these boring
    sped up for the kids to enjoy as well:


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