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Old 05-15-2009, 10:50 PM   #31 (permalink)
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The Neptunes make some mainstream listenable. They deserve to be listed. I'm kinda on Pharrell's jock for no apparent reason though... Clever as hell. I even like him as an MC- crazy?
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Old 05-16-2009, 12:26 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Hmm, I don't really follow who produces what that often so my list is pretty much limited to producers who are very prominent. But it reads something like..

1. EL-P
2. Madlib
3. RZA
4. Alias
5. Dangermouse
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Old 05-16-2009, 03:45 PM   #34 (permalink)
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Haha, you're pretty salty about this, huh?
I'm blocked from youtube so I can't reciprocate.
I know I could up some of the great beats I've always associated with JB though.
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Old 05-16-2009, 04:01 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Haha, you're pretty salty about this, huh?
I'm blocked from youtube so I can't reciprocate.
I know I could up some of the great beats I've always associated with JB though.
Not salty at all, I said I'd put it up against who you had and did. You obviously can't from the youtube perspective [what'd you do to have youtube bloc you?]. If you're gonna argue you should back it up, which I did. Just Blaze has done some top-notch work. Finding that stuff was maybe 3-5 minutes. Easy. And I'll hold to the point that the guys you mentioned can't match it. Even Black Milk, who is probably my favorite producer out right now, can't.

I did search Blockhead's insomniac olympic stuff up, and while good it does nothing to have me put him in a top 20 or 30 list. But if you want to up some stuff I'm more than willing to listen.
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Old 05-16-2009, 05:24 PM   #36 (permalink)
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I didn't do anything, I'm on a military network that blocked Youtube.
I really do wish I could join though, cause you're actually saying Just Blaze's stuff is better than a Bonobo or Black Milk, I just don't see it. Even his Jay-Z work wasn't that great. What are you defining as "great" production? It seems like it's quantity over quality with your list, and I'm just going by what I know of who you put. Not much groundbreaking and nothing really proggressive. It's all fairly stagnent, straight-forward bass high-hat beats. But they're famous and catchy.

Although I did forget about ?love when I was making my list, so props on that.
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Old 05-16-2009, 07:54 PM   #37 (permalink)
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I didn't do anything, I'm on a military network that blocked Youtube.
I really do wish I could join though, cause you're actually saying Just Blaze's stuff is better than a Bonobo or Black Milk, I just don't see it. Even his Jay-Z work wasn't that great. What are you defining as "great" production? It seems like it's quantity over quality with your list, and I'm just going by what I know of who you put. Not much groundbreaking and nothing really proggressive. It's all fairly stagnent, straight-forward bass high-hat beats. But they're famous and catchy.

Although I did forget about ?love when I was making my list, so props on that.
Gotcha. Black Milk will easily be on there by the time he's done, but he hasn't put out enough yet. Just Blaze's stuff is better than Bonobo from everything I've heard. Him and West pretty much built up Roc-a-Fella for quite some time with the beats they were putting out. They were responsible for a huge movement in hip-hop. You can't say that for Bonobo. That's not even mentioning if Saigon continues to blow up, who is heavily due to Just Blaze's influence.
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