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Old 01-31-2017, 06:14 AM   #1134 (permalink)
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For anyone that knows (I'm guessing Deej mainly but everyone answer), I've never listened to Giggs, Krept & Konan etc, basically the UK Hip-Hop Road Rap guys in any depth, I've heard like one or two tracks from each, are they any good (particularly Giggs) and where is best to start?

The only stuff I've heard from Giggs is Talking the Hardest and a few collabs with Wiley, Cas and some others, no solo material.
With Giggs, I would start at Let Em Ave It. Also if you can find two of his mixtapes Take Your Hats Off and The Final Straw.

If Giggs flow doesn't bother you then I think you'll like that album.

Wretch 32 go with Black and White first.

Jay Prince BeFor Our Time, he reminds me a little bit of Kendrick at times.

Hawk House - A Handshake For Your Brain I really like their production, they use some jazz and give off a ATCQ feeling.

Gerald Jacobs The Loudest Quiet is another good one to check out.

Sneakbo is more on the road rap tip but he doesn't have any mixtapes or albums out yet. Just singles.

Let me know what you think of the recs.
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