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Old 02-21-2013, 04:41 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Tupac and the only reason is because the school I was at EVERYBODY was listening to him and they lent me a cd.
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Old 02-22-2013, 08:30 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I was listening to Wheatus on Spotify, and I found a song which they played in with MC Lars, which is now my favourite hip-hop artist.
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Old 02-25-2013, 11:43 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The Weeknd is my favorite artist and I heard him on Drake's album Take Care.He was on the track Crew Love which I loved.I really thought he had really dope vocal abilities so I researched him on wikipedia and google and saw all these good things about him.I eventually read about his mixtape House of Balloons and decided to listen to it.Listening to that mixtape defintely sold me into his music.
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:15 PM   #14 (permalink)
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It may sounds funny to most people but my first taste in hip-hop was MC Hammer - Can't Touch This! I was like 5 years old at that time and my mom was always listening to Yo! MTV Raps and sh-t just got me. Later on when I had some english knowledge (I'm from Hungary) I was on 2Pac's music real bad! My first CD from him was a gift to my birthday and from that moment of my life, I'm on hip-hop. I was always listening this type of a music BUT not because of the delivery, more because of the dance. Poppin, lockin, bboyin, you know but 2Pac showed me the lyrical side! 2Pac was and will be my all time favourite. Novadays, I listen to a lot of trap songs. It might be a bad idea to mention "trap" as hip-hop but just as Prodigy said in one of his video interviews: "hip-hop is about being happy, sad or whatever feelings you have" and that's true. Back then, people thought we are crazy because of wearing baggy jeans and stuff and now we looking at the guys with skinny jeans, like what the hell is wrong with you...haha times are changing but hip-hop is forever wether it's from NY, LA or ATL it's all the same!
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Old 02-26-2013, 05:42 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Heard songs like "Money", "Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2", "Hey You", "Welcome to the Machine" and the rest of their radio hits. I always liked the different sound they had, it was rock with something extra. At this time, I was completely uninformed about anything pertaining to music, didn't own one album. Time progressed, I got into more genres, more bands, and started to love music altogether. Fast forward to about two or three years ago, I heard Meddle, and was absolutely stunned by the music, I had never really heard something like "Echoes", an epic 20+ minute song, I forever will get the same feeling as the first time I heard it, same with "Fearless" and the section with Liverpool fans singing "Never Walk Alone", I find it so pure, the best music I have heard. I then heard Animals, sure enough, fell in love, watched the Pulse live DVD (on mushrooms), which is when they became my favorite band. That experience is one of my favorites, only because it's the closest thing I will get to experiencing them live. It was so powerful and overwhelming, I connected with the songs on another level, understanding the point they are trying to make about clichés of life, harsh realities, the cycles, the worst it has to offer, and the beauty of it. I have close to every album, unreleased tracks, bootlegs, documentaries, anything about the band I want to know. No question my favorite band. It sucks that a vast majority of people don't go beyond the Dark Side of the Moon, it's a legendary album, but there is much more they have to offer. It makes me extremely sad they may never get back together to play a show, but I want to see at least one of the members live before I die, then and only then I could truly die happy. Few have come close to having such a big impact on me musically,
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Old 03-14-2013, 07:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
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youtube i like thesaURUS NOCANDO , illmaculate, dumbfounded and all those type guys
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:06 AM   #17 (permalink)
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Surprisingly enough Aiden is my favorite since Taste of Chaoes 2006 in WI. I was hanging near the back of the room when some other artist was on, having a drink with this weird dude in eyeliner and just shooting the ****. The band finished and made a little quick intro saying "Up next, its ****ing Aiden" and he looked at me, downed his drink and goes "well **** here we go" and walked off. Fell in love with the music, and the band members are just wicked, they hit the crowb mosh and hang out while other bands play, great tunes and great dudes.
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Old 04-21-2013, 05:50 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Friend told me about 'im, greatful
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Old 04-21-2013, 07:18 AM   #19 (permalink)
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My brother's and mom's love of Toby Mac eventually carried over to me. They are now my favorite musician.
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