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Old 03-05-2022, 10:08 AM   #161 (permalink)
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The problem having just an old school selection would be so few people would submit, as if I stuck to strictly Old School, I would only choose about 5 records, for most the Disco Rap era is quite a niche sound for people, and most find it, dare I say boring?
We need trap education here

I’ll be the first to learn em

Look up Playboi Carti, you’re welcome
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"SMOKE CRACK MUDA****KKA"

I'll check that dictionary, but in the meantime I'm impressed - as is everyone else in the world - by your eloquence, obvious accomplishments and success, and the evidence of your blazingly high intelligence.
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Old 03-05-2022, 03:12 PM   #162 (permalink)
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boring people are bored



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Old 03-08-2022, 09:32 PM   #163 (permalink)
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hey, I'll prove I'm not boring by writing up a real trap education post on the history and milestones of the subgenre if you will

let's start eazy

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"SMOKE CRACK MUDA****KKA"

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Old 03-09-2022, 03:10 PM   #164 (permalink)
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hey, I'll prove I'm not boring by writing up a real trap education post on the history and milestones of the subgenre if you will...
wasn't a personal jibe, dude.

Just meant people who are bored are (for the moment they feel it, anyway) boring.

and Yo, trap is old as the 808. Bambaataa and a million other NY DJs were pluggin trap sounds back in the 80s. Place some syncopated verbal patterns on endless repeat, do a little mumbling and you got a new package for Madison Ave to push: TRAP.

Ain't deep. But continue with the history, please...
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wasn't a personal jibe, dude.

Just meant people who are bored are (for the moment they feel it, anyway) boring.

and Yo, trap is old as the 808. Bambaataa and a million other NY DJs were pluggin trap sounds back in the 80s. Place some syncopated verbal patterns on endless repeat, do a little mumbling and you got a new package for Madison Ave to push: TRAP.

Ain't deep. But continue with the history, please...
oh I couldn't tell what you meant to be honest, I can get behind that logic though. In due time I will post more trap here though, guess if we're talking about the history of the genre I could post some memphis rap that was pretty influential to it's sound

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Old 03-10-2022, 08:59 AM   #166 (permalink)
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Speaking of trap, that Gucci/Chief Keef mixtape, Big Gucci Sosa was mad underrated.



And I didn't realize Juicy J released another solo project since Stay Trippy, I guess I gotta catch up - but this was a college favorite.

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