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Old 10-11-2009, 06:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 10-11-2009, 08:56 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Never even heard of horrorcore, but i heard d12's Devils Night albums is in that category so i would go with it.
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Old 10-11-2009, 10:56 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Never even heard of horrorcore, but i heard d12's Devils Night albums is in that category so i would go with it.
wow is it really??? man horrorcore is pretty much dead. You heard of any "Rappers" off of serial killer records? if not,don't look... unless you want a good laugh
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Old 10-12-2009, 05:46 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Well, I like Three 6 Mafia's "Spill My Blood" if you'd classify that as horrorcore.
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Traditionally horrorcore rap is rappers who rap specifically about things like murder, rape, serial killing, beastiality ect. Imagine taking a horror movie and turning it into a song.



some examples of horrorcore rap.

Necro - who's your daddy (you might recognise the music as it's from the zombies - time of the season they sampled the song to make the beat)



Tech N9ne - this guy started out as a horrorcore rapper but has slowly moved into more gangster style rap creating music for clubs ect.

This song is called "Devil Boy"



and last but by no means last is Lo Key
this song is called "the attic" and is the final track on a small ep he released where he went through each room of the house rapping about the horrors that go on in that particular room including "the kitchen", "the basement", "the attic" ect it was a pretty decent concept i haven't seen attempted by anyone else.
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Old 10-12-2009, 08:42 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Traditionally horrorcore rap is rappers who rap specifically about things like murder, rape, serial killing, beastiality ect. Imagine taking a horror movie and turning it into a song.
well thats true for a lot of gangsta/hardcore rap.What horrorcore does is "take death & uses it in common with whats going on in the world now."

Flatlinerz and Insane Poetry are probably the best at portraying that in my opinion.
"Slash,Slash,Slash! I sold my soul to horrorcore!" - Flatlinerz Live Evil
"Grim Reality Is people buried in John Wayne Gacy's house" - Insane Poetry The Horror Facts

yeah Lo-Key is sick. he's featured A LOT in songs with artists I really like.

Not a Necro/Tech N9ne fan really.

Does anybody here like Ganksta N-I-P???

what do you think about Kool Keith saying he invented Horrorcore???I don't really hear it... but then again, all I got is Sex Style by him.
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Old 10-12-2009, 03:27 PM   #18 (permalink)
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well thats true for a lot of gangsta/hardcore rap.
wait have i misunderstood? you think gangsta rap is

"rappers who rap specifically about things like murder, rape, serial killing, beastiality ect. Imagine taking a horror movie and turning it into a song."

Gangster rap is nothing like that and never has been lol. Gangster rap originally was quite rebellious and even political at times, gangster rap now is all about bling bling chek out da bitchez and my platinum gun ya know!!

There is very few good gangster rappers now i.m.o

anyway, i don't think gangster rap is the same as "taking a horror movie and turning it into a song".

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"take death & uses it in common with whats going on in the world now."
as for that^ horrorcore rap doesn't have to be about death at all. But i can see what you're getting at.


btw i didn't say i liked any of the artists i posted, i was just giving examples of what traditional horrorcore rappers sound like because a lot of people in here have stated they don't even know what it is lol.
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Old 10-12-2009, 04:31 PM   #19 (permalink)
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haha yeah you did mang, I was talking about Hardcore rap too, I just threw gangster in there as well. you like funneled on gangster rap like thats all I'm talking about. and I don't know about gangster rap too much, thats why i post horrorcore threads :P

well thanks for posting them I don't think they're "traditional" but they probably do slide into horrorcore.. Don't know about necro... but the other ones were alright. some traditional **** is like ESham, Insane Poetry, & some say Geto Boys as well but I dunno... they have A COUPLE songs I could see as horrocore but mainly just routine ****.All those artists I named came out BEFORE the genre, thats why I consider it traditional.cause all the artists under the genre were influenced by them.

thanks a lot for the Lo-Key by the way I never heard of that EP
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esham was more acid rap than horrorcore but i know what you're getting at.

then again if you we start getting into the technicalities of it, necro is the founder of "death rap" so he isn't considered horrorcore either

there's to many genres these days lol
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