I am like the BIGGEST G-Eazy STAN ON THIS SITE
Like nigga I stan him harder than anyone on this site.. Knowwhatimsayin' Whats your favorite song by...
Why do people hate Kanye so much?
I’ve listened to everything Kanye’s made and I think he’s super dope. He’s obviously not the best MC, ...
Top five rappers right now
1 ab-soul — this guy is just a genius his projects are amazing with control potentially being classic....
Pray For Chance
http://instagram.com/p/nBeP96HDpH/ https://twitter.com/_TaylorBennett/status/457966668228984832 :cry...
Why the hell didn't Guru rhyme over the '92 Interlude?!
Daily Operation is a perfect album but that question bugs me to this day…
Any Whitehats want their annotations checked? 10.0
A Continuation of 10.0. @HanzDown @Eon2323 @Heat_Cube @Sativa @Barrk @MHealx @Depressed-Bogeham @Danie...
Acid Rap 1 Year Anniversary
Hey guys, the one year anniversary of Acid Rap is coming up and we need you guys to tell us a couple t...
Whos better "JOEY BADA$$ OR EARL SWEATSHIRT" and why
Does anyone write lyrics like this
I look at other lyrics on RG and just to mimick the same rhyme schemes and amount of syllables per bar...
My favor... Migos
Starting a cd collection
So, for the first time in my life, I am starting a rap cd collection. In the past week, I have picked up
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.