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Old 03-10-2013, 06:39 PM   #961 (permalink)
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I still need to educate myself more on Hip Hop, but right now I could say this...

No order(I don't like order tops)

- P.O.S.
- Nas
- The Wu Tang(Ghostface, Raekwon, Method Man and GZA in particular)
- Aesop Rocky
- Kanye West(more by his beats and the way he plays off and on them than straight rapping ability)
- MF DOOM(Madvillain)
- Eminem (somewhat the same as Kanye, except more about his themes, and he is of course a far more skilled rapper than Kanye)
- UGK

Hmm... I think that's it. Will have to check out some of the stuff on here. And yeah I've heard Biggie and it was pretty good but I wouldn't say all time material. And 2Pac is ok.
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Old 03-14-2013, 08:30 PM   #962 (permalink)
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1. Crackory
1. Pimp C
2. Fresh Coast Guys
3. Dylan
4. Dylan
5. Dylan lol those are pretty much the only rappers I like..
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Old 03-21-2013, 04:23 PM   #963 (permalink)
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1. Notorious B.I.G
2. Tech N9ne
3. Eminem
4. Pastor Troy
5. Wiz Khalifa
6. Jay-Z
7. Young Jeezy
8. T.I.
9. Dr. Dre
10. Crooked I
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Old 03-28-2013, 10:38 AM   #964 (permalink)
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1:Notorious B.I.G. (RIP)
2:TuPac (RIP)
3: Dr Dre
4:Snoop Dogg
5:Ice Cube
6:Eminem
7:Nas
8:The Game
9:Nate Dogg (RIP)
10:Warren G

That was HARD I love so many artists its hard to go 1 to 10
for all I love listed, I still ****ing with yea!


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3. Beastie Boys
Probably made the greatest album in the 80's. Still played constantly on rock radio (from a time when rap was rock). (SOOO TRUE :-)
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Old 03-29-2013, 09:07 AM   #965 (permalink)
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Ain't posted one of these in a while, but the list goes something like this:

1. Rakim
2. Nas
3. Big L
4. Big Pun
5. Ghostface Killah
6. Andre 3000
7. Jay-Z
8. MF Doom
9. Immortal Technique
10. Slick Rick

That's a combination of influence, style, flow, lyrics, content, consistency, relevancy and individuality. I could probably draw up another by sitting down and taking each one of the attributes into account and applying it into a /10 rating, but I estimate the list would look something like this anyway.
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Old 04-02-2013, 08:04 PM   #966 (permalink)
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1. Mobb Deep
2. Wu-Tang
3. Ice Cube
4. Kool Keith (incl. Dr Octagon etc)
5. Redman
6. Notorious B.I.G.
7. Eminem
8. Method Man
9. Beastie Boys
10. Dr Dre
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Old 04-10-2013, 05:00 PM   #967 (permalink)
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I think this new Kids song tops any of JAY Z's stuff. He's just starting out and he has a song Called BALLIN EVERY DAY.. JAY Z can't ball like this, ONE EFFECT lyrics are ridiculously outstanding. He has the talent to take these guys if he keeps pushing. Look up ONE EFFECT on sound cloud @ //soundcloud.com/oneeffect Just add the first part of the url in the beginning.. the ht*p.. Check it out i think he might beat him in ball'n like a true baller. I think so lmk what you think?
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Old 04-10-2013, 05:01 PM   #968 (permalink)
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1. Jay-Z
I honestly think he's the most talented rapper to date
2. MC Paul Barman
They don't really have anything else like this, try "Vulture-Shark Sculpture Park"
3. Beastie Boys
Probably made the greatest album in the 80's. Still played constantly on rock radio (from a time when rap was rock).
4. Notorious B.I.G
Was a storyteller when it came to lyrics, but was unstoppable when it came to flow. To quote him, "my slow flow's remarkable"
5. Eminem
Its easy to hate him (here) because he's popular and ICP fans love him, but its unfair to say he's not one of the best rappers ever. His second and third album are on fire to this day.
6. MF Doom
For his work on “hoe cakes” alone he gets a nod from me. Working in a section of rap that doesn’t acknowledge a public image, their focus in the studio is what matters. His investment in this group is worth all the money in the world.
7. Andre 3000
Again, popular so left off a few lists to garner more cred, the working half of outkast keeps his hand in many different pots and its reflected in most things. The concepts alone will keep you interested, never mind the flow or the hooks.
8. Del (and various aliases)
Massive progress from his breakout “catch a bad one” to his hit with Gorillaz. You can see someone who tried to be a rapper morph into someone who happened to rap while telling the stories of his own inverted personal experiences.
9. Black Thought
Tracks 1 and 7, of which the names escape me, on Phrenology are nothing short of badassery. As such, both Black Thought and the roots land themselves at number 9.
10. I refuse to put someone on here I really don’t like.
I think this new Kids song tops any of JAY Z's stuff. He's just starting out and he has a song Called BALLIN EVERY DAY.. JAY Z can't ball like this, ONE EFFECT lyrics are ridiculously outstanding. He has the talent to take these guys if he keeps pushing. Look up ONE EFFECT on sound cloud @ //soundcloud.com/oneeffect Just add the first part of the url in the beginning.. the ht*p.. Check it out i think he might beat him in ball'n like a true baller. I think so lmk what you think?
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Old 04-10-2013, 05:11 PM   #969 (permalink)
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I dont find him horrible i just find him boring. He seems like hes constantly promoting the fact that he had a hard life too, to make up for the fact that hes a small white, blond hair dude. His work with d12 was the low point, besides that its okay.

But honestly, if he was a black man he wouldnt have half the audience he does. I dont know how many times i've heard "I dont really like rap, except for eminem cuz hes the only good one"
This is the new white rap artist check out this kids song called BALLIN EVERY DAY. JAY Z can't even ball like this. Find him on sound cloud @ //soundcloud.com/oneeffect

Just add the first part of the url in the beginning.. the ht*p..

I think ONE EFFECT might be the next best thing..
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Old 04-18-2013, 04:32 AM   #970 (permalink)
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Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Jurassic 5, Ra rugged man, vinnie paz
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