Any interested in Hip Hop

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    • Profile picture of the author escortbrisbane
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      • Profile picture of the author totalpakage
        Hip Hop is the language, culture and lifestyle of urban America

        Which includes distinctive styles of:

        Graffiti
        Break Dancing
        Rapping, DJing, Beat Boxing
        Urban/Street Fashion
        Street Language
        Knowledge
        Entrepreneurialism
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  • Profile picture of the author countermy
    hih, I like listen music of Hiphop. It's good/
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    • Profile picture of the author QuickSurf
      Sorry but it does nothing for me, just reminds of lil wayne type junk, and I'm from South FL too. It's like they all have that same annoying nasally pitch sound. It looks like you produced it and it's your artist so I give you respect for that, it's just not my style, but I know in South FL there's a big market down here for that style hip hop.

      this is real hip hop to me, the lyrics, the gritty beats etc, it's like hip hop took a nose dive after the 90's save for a few artist.





      even the old Outkast is so much better than their new crap
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      • Profile picture of the author totalpakage
        I definitely can appreciate your assessment, but he's not my artist and i didn't produce the music, however, whether I like it, you like it or anybody else likes it, "hip hop" has changed and evolved into its own commercially viable industry and because of that, it now lacks what made it so great, its edge and its f the establishment mentality.

        On another note, I do agree with your examples of "hip hop", but at this point, he must be doin something right because he's the only hip hop artist in broward county, other than Ace Hood, that gets paid shows on a consistent basis
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    • Profile picture of the author williams22
      Originally Posted by countermy View Post

      hih, I like listen music of Hiphop. It's good/
      I guess you will find lot of them in You tube...
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  • Profile picture of the author SpiderHunter
    Greatest loss this year, Nate Dogg. RIP
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  • Profile picture of the author keyword101
    I love hip hop
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    • Profile picture of the author ShawnaMarie
      I used to like hip hop/Rap. It's changed drastically, and I feel it's not nearly as good as it once was. Lol I don't know half of the new stuff, I stick to my ipod with rap songs from the 80's to stuff from about 6 years ago . I still listen to new stuff from certain rap artists, but lately the radio hasn't been doing it for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author micol
    I would like hip hop if:

    1)Hip hop artists would write their own stuff, stop re-making songs from the past, just shows how hip hop and rap artists can't or won't take the time to learn to be a real musician.

    2)They would stop promoting violence, rape, and drug use.

    3)Every song didn't sound exactly the same, feels like if you've heard one hip hop song you've heard them all.

    4)Hip hop artists need to get a sense of humor. Way too much posturing and tough guy act for me to take them seriously. Reminds me of a bunch of 11 yr old boys who turned 21 but are still just as immature.

    All in all, I feel sorry for rap and hip hop artists though. Just another generation of kids lost in a world of drugs, alcohol, and what will turn out to be a meaningless, shallow existence for them like every kid who did that stuff before. Amazing humans don't learn from the generations before, same mistakes generation after generation.
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    • Profile picture of the author totalpakage
      Originally Posted by micol View Post

      I would like hip hop if:

      1)Hip hop artists would write their own stuff, stop re-making songs from the past, just shows how hip hop and rap artists can't or won't take the time to learn to be a real musician.

      2)They would stop promoting violence, rape, and drug use.

      3)Every song didn't sound exactly the same, feels like if you've heard one hip hop song you've heard them all.

      4)Hip hop artists need to get a sense of humor. Way too much posturing and tough guy act for me to take them seriously. Reminds me of a bunch of 11 yr old boys who turned 21 but are still just as immature.

      All in all, I feel sorry for rap and hip hop artists though. Just another generation of kids lost in a world of drugs, alcohol, and what will turn out to be a meaningless, shallow existence for them like every kid who did that stuff before. Amazing humans don't learn from the generations before, same mistakes generation after generation.
      I completely agree
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      • Profile picture of the author QuickSurf
        This is pry the sickest hip hop song ever (Sticky Fingaz from Onyx), now this is what hip hop is to me, it's a whole story with each party telling their side, witnesses, actual court room procedures with their verses. Just listen to it and the lyrics etc, just insane... now this is pure skill, he's got more skill in his pinky finger then Lil Wayne junk could ever hope to have lol.

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  • Profile picture of the author ahtum
    good sound.
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  • Profile picture of the author phonehd
    I listen music in the hip hop. It's funny and active.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny Nguyen
    Yup fosho! Grew up with the music haha, Rap and RnB, I'm loving RnB though, used to listen to a lot of rap. But, Rnb talks about relationships and whatnot so it helps me calm and think about girls and how to deal with them in different perspective.
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny Nguyen
    What program do you use to product beats? FL Studio?
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  • Profile picture of the author The 13th Warrior
    Public Enemy, Grand Master Flash, Sugar Hill, Run DMC, Gang-Starr, KRS-1, Kool Moe Dee.

    When "I" think of hip hop, this is what I think about:









    Stuff after the 90's don't come close.

    Creativity, Jazz, Funk, Blues, Rock, Disco all fused together.

    Besides Jazz, find intrumentational creativity with real instruments is tough.

    Even with the electronic synthesizers , the hip hop back in the day was creative.

    You may see this type of creativity in maybe 1 in 100 songs of hip hop now, if you are lucky.


    The 13th Warrior
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    • Profile picture of the author Doran Peck
      Originally Posted by The 13th Warrior View Post

      Public Enemy, Grand Master Flash, Sugar Hill, Run DMC, Gang-Starr, KRS-1, Kool Moe Dee.

      When "I" think of hip hop, this is what I think about:


      Stuff after the 90's don't come close.

      Creativity, Jazz, Funk, Blues, Rock, Disco all fused together.

      Besides Jazz, find intrumentational creativity with real instruments is tough.

      Even with the electronic synthesizers , the hip hop back in the day was creative.

      You may see this type of creativity in maybe 1 in 100 songs of hip hop now, if you are lucky.


      The 13th Warrior
      Man I couldnt agree more...I gre up with the 80's stuff ....and when Will Smith came around...classic....he was a pioneer, his storytelling style....and todays rappers scoff at him.

      Today you don't need talent whatsoever..just sequencing machines. Nearly all of todays hip hop is kahka poo poo.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ansar Pasha
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    I can only think of one artist that blows EVERYTHING out of the mainstream today... Lupe Fiasco is the SH*T!

    His music always has some kind of storytelling, metaphor, deeper meaning.

    A few of my favoritesL


    This reminds me of "internet marketers" who still think there's a push button solution to all their problems:


    I'd recommend getting all his mix tapes and his albums Food & Liquor (a metaphor for "Good and bad"), The Cool, and LASER's

    Ansar

    P.S. Might make a post about The Instrumental lol
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    • Profile picture of the author QuickSurf
      Originally Posted by Ansar Pasha View Post

      I can only think of one artist that blows EVERYTHING out of the mainstream today... Lupe Fiasco is the SH*T!

      His music always has some kind of storytelling, metaphor, deeper meaning.

      A few of my favoritesL

      LUPE FIASCO PERFORMING "HURT ME SOUL" IN DOWNTOWN CHICAGO - YouTube

      This reminds me of "internet marketers" who still think there's a push button solution to all their problems:

      Lupe Fiasco - The Instrumental (AOL Sessions) - YouTube

      I'd recommend getting all his mix tapes and his albums Food & Liquor (a metaphor for "Good and bad"), The Cool, and LASER's

      Ansar

      P.S. Might make a post about The Instrumental lol
      His old stuff was great, his new stuff though... I don't know wtf he did but his music isn't near as good as it used to be, even the beats sound mainstream now. Lot of poor reviews on his new cd Lasers and the change in style/sound that it has. I have his old stuff and love it, his new I didn't like at all.

      Compare his new stuff to say "The Cool"... no comparison
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  • Profile picture of the author casdir
    My kids love hip hop, its mostly all they listen to. I'll have to show them this thread so they can listen to all the music videos lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Aviator Joe
    quite interested in oldschool rap

    and something from the new era
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  • Profile picture of the author Christine2011
    Hmmm...not so interested in hiphop...
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