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      CommentAuthorarklight
    • CommentTimeJul 1st 2011 edited
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    Some bloody good tunes on this thread!

    But there's, er, something missing, the harder edge, the hard brutal
    unfortunate themes of life.I love J Dilla to Def, same with Primo.
    But let's put a cat among the pigeons a little...


    This one's dedicated to all those escaping persecution....

    As the song goes....

    "The man's got a perfect system. An Economic Prison..
    you gotta get out...you gotta get out...(why?)
    Because the field's where you die..."

    hit the gates....


    Album: O.G
    Hip Hop Music Region:
    West Coast Hip Hop


    Ice T - "Escape From the killing Fields..."[1991]





    Album: O.G
    Hip Hop Music Region:
    West Coast Hip Hop



    Ice T - Mind Over Matter"[1991]





    Album: Power
    Hip Hop Music Region:
    West Coast Hip Hop



    Ice T - "Power"[1988]




    Love the honesty in the next song. Also rapped in that southern drawl
    we talked about in the other thread...

    @ 2:29:

    "We behind !!!....
    everybody's talking about getting money...
    I got millions! And im still broke!
    Cause that aint no $%^!! money...! "



    Album: Rich Boy
    Hip Hop Music Region :
    Dirty South


    Rich Boy -"Let's Get this Paper"




    Heri Mkocha
    http://www.youtube.com/thearklight
    • CommentAuthorrezla
    • CommentTimeJul 14th 2011
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    The Rub have a series of mixes called "History of Hip Hop". There is a mix for each year from 1979 through the golden era all the way to 2009!

    They're all here!
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    There's a new Jean Grae mixtape called Cookies or Comas and it's brilliant.



    Also, everyone's probably already got it but the Wugazi mash-up dropped and I love it.

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    Public Enemy - Can't Truss It


    Tribe Called Quest - Find a Way


    Dr. Octagon - Blue Flowers


    Babbletron - Space Tech Banana Clip
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    Heard this song last night. Been a while, Kool Moe Dee!


    And also heard this group last night...
    • CommentAuthorG. Foyle
    • CommentTimeAug 10th 2011 edited
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    I see a couple other folks posted some People Under the Stairs. My personal favorite track of theirs is:

    Acid Raindrops

    ETA: Ok, got sucked in. Here are a couple more.

    Some sick Nova Scotian Rap:

    Pants on Fire-Buck 65

    And this one is admittedly silly, but I figure some folks in the target demographic may get a kick out of it:

    Breakfast Club

    And a little more (very clever) silliness:

    Holy Guacamole
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      CommentAuthorthMNSTR
    • CommentTimeAug 17th 2011
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    Some damn fine beats on here, but, not seeing anyone rep the UK, so I thought I'd share these:

    Rodney P - Trouble

    Taskforce - Battlecats

    The Brotherhood - Dungeon Town

    • CommentAuthorseanviola
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2011
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    Wow, finally a new Edan sighting. I can always go for one of those. -
    • CommentAuthorseanviola
    • CommentTimeAug 26th 2011
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    Sorry to double up but I meant to zap this one through when this thread first started. Clams Casino "I'm God" (it's a Lil B track but I'm not too taken with the based god) -
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      CommentAuthorStoto
    • CommentTimeAug 27th 2011
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    @seanviola Thanks for posting the Clams Casino track. Never heard of him before and now I'm hooked!
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    If we're talking abt Clams Casino, should really big up this guy:
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      CommentAuthorInternaut
    • CommentTimeSep 11th 2011 edited
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      CommentAuthorMagicSword!
    • CommentTimeSep 12th 2011 edited
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    Wait, did anyone post Shabazz Palaces yet? Maybe in the best music of the year so far, but not here:

    I picked up the Madlib / Frank Nitt - Nittyville, aka Madlib Medicine Show Volume 9, which is OF COURSE awesome because it's Madlib. Here's the one where he drops in Davros and the Daleks:

    And looking forward to the new Spank Rock, hmm, that doesn't want to embed here.
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    Most of my go to spitters and spinners are already on the list, so theres a touch of the electronics and dub in these.







    • CommentAuthorlucien
    • CommentTimeSep 13th 2011 edited
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    i've been diggin' these guys. more laid back tunes than most, but decent beats and killer raw lyrics.



    the lyrics get really twisted towards the end of it.
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    Aesop Rock you already mentioned, which was my last great find.

    I'm a fan of Spose, myself
    • CommentAuthorshamaniam
    • CommentTimeSep 14th 2011
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    This is my first post, may I just say this thread is immense.
    An Irish rapper, very influenced by Odd Future but that isn't really a bad thing

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    How about a thread resurrection?

    Here's some audio of Kanye West and Mos Def freestyling live with the ah-MAZING jazz pianist Robert Glasper. They popped in to catch the show and came up to jam. What I would have done to be there and see that...

    Kriswontwo and Per Vers - War is Over.


    Issugi, out of Tokyo.
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    This one is making the rounds. Trap rap goon Gunplay is the guy on the chorus and third verse. Outshines Lamar, Imo.