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Hip-hop thread

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by sniffy, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. Gee

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  2. Ringiho

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    'Cops Shot The Kid' beat is awesome!
     
  3. nemtizz

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    Hadn't ever heard of him before but Jay Rock's new album is great.
     
  4. nemtizz

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    The issue with Nas' album is beats and production.. It's almost as if he recorded the bars then Kanye flipped a coin and chose a random beat for each song.
     
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  8. nemtizz

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    Jim Jones - El Capo is crazy.
     
  9. Gee

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    If you consider yourself a hip-hop head, check out Stretch & Bobbito - Radio That Changed Lives. £3.49 to rent on Amazon. The Wu-Tang series is pretty good too; Of Mics and Men.