What's your guys opinion on " Evil Twin"?
I like going back and re-listening to albums I haven’t picked up in a minute. I always seem to get som...
OFFICIAL worst verse of all time!!!!!!
Jay z it’s hot
Playing the race card(s)
At least Pharrell and Glover/Gambino have acknowledged Macklemore’s support for same sex marriage as a...
Tha Carter III a classic?
I believe this is Wayne’s magnum opus, his greatest contribution to hip hop with songs like shoot me d...
Rate this Verse Out of 10.
A short and nice verse. Please rate my verse out of 10. This verse contains many references to famous ...
So what is lyrical??
I always thought it Was punchlines and Entendres and Shit that made you think of what the rapper reall...
Anti Illuminati acapella...judge my lyricism
Tame Impala x Kendrick - Backwards
http://pitchfork.com/advance/369-divergent-ost/ track no. 7 idk what to think of his delivery tbh
New Lil Wayne - Moment
off of Young Money Rise of an Empirehttps://soundcloud.com/ymcmbtakeoverktt/moment-feat-lil-wayne-expli
Rap vs. pop music
Ok, I’m a hardcore hip-hop fan. And I don’t mean bullshit rap. I mean like Andre 3k, Kendrick, Pusha T...
I hate the phrase "selling out" almost as much as the word "overachiever"
Juvenile nigga shit. Expanding the audience demographics is not the same as being a tool. Excelling ...
Mines purple, a royal nigga colour Yours?
"Tupac without a nose ring" - 2Chainz
Whatcha think? Personally I always laugh whenever I hear that line… He in a song called “No Lie”, and...
Any Whitehats want their annotations checked? 2.0
A Continuation of This Thread @newerahanz @Eon2323 @heat_cube @sativas
Rappers are infamous for gun talk and talking tough, but who do you think some if the SOFTEST rappers ...
Doug E. Fresh
I’m really trying to dive deep into hip-hop. I watched the Art of Rap documentary (it was great) and I decided to start listening to hip-hop/rap in chronological order. I’m listening to Doug E. Fresh now and the dude is so unique.
also kind of cool Snoop paying a little bit of tribute to La-Di-Da-Di
I just watched that last weekend as well. It was pretty dope. The first time i saw Doug E. was on KRS One’s Def Poetry Jam. to be honest, the actual culture of hip-hop (the street art, its roots, DJing, breakdancing, beatboxing, etc.) interests me just as much as the actual music does.
Can someone post a link to the documentary? I been tryin to find it for a minute
I think posting my link is against forum rules lol
I know the documentary is on Netflix right now if you have that.
Only OT post from me about that documentary, but it came off more as an excuse for Ice-T to talk to rappers than an actual documentary about rap & the culture. I don’t mean it wasn’t good, but the only thing I thought really counted as part of an actual documentary was that first interview & KRS-One but that’s just me rambling.
Once you see it after 2 times, the Art of Rap doesn’t have much replay value.
To be honest, I didn’t really watch it expecting replay value. I expected some dope interviews, I got those and left satisfied.