Cassiopria

HipHop Lover

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What about this :)

 

 

Also if you are a hip-hip fan you should check out the Rap Critic not only is he very funny but he also raps himself (and I think he is pretty good)

 

http://blip.tv/rapcritic

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I love hip-hop too :)

 

 

 

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im huge hip hop fan, not quite sure what rep is tho

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im huge hip hop fan, not quite sure what rep is tho

 

Honestly I'm not sure either haha. If I had to guess it would either mean rapping or knowing good rappers and spreading the word about them?

 

*edit* I mean, I know it's short for 'represent' but usually is used in the context of where you come from, "reppin' queens", "reppin' manhatten" etc...

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I don't listen to a lot of rap but I love rap from the 90's. I've got some albums from Snoop, Kurupt, NWA, Dre, Biggie and Pac, and some Ice Cube

 

not a huge fan of modern rap but here are a few of my favorites from the last couple of years

 

 
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I don't listen to a lot of rap but I love rap from the 90's. I've got some albums from Snoop, Kurupt, NWA, Dre, Biggie and Pac, and some Ice Cube

 

not a huge fan of modern rap but here are a few of my favorites from the last couple of years

 

 

I wish I could like this multiple times

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Immortal Technique - Peruvian Cocaine

Boogie Down Productions - 9mm Goes Bang

Spice 1 - Born II Die

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Bahamadia and Immortal Technique, nice ones!

 

 

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Op is talking about rap, nothing to do with reputation.

 

Honestly I'm not sure either haha. If I had to guess it would either mean rapping or knowing good rappers and spreading the word about them?

 

*edit* I mean, I know it's short for 'represent' but usually is used in the context of where you come from, "reppin' queens", "reppin' manhatten" etc...

 

This thread is about Hiphop good Sir, not rap and bullshit. Do you consider Lil Wayne and Drake Hiphop as well? I certainly don't and don't even get me started on Souljaboy.

 

Everybody sucks except Chief Keef, Soulja Boy, and Nick Cannon.

 

My favourite artists:

 

Wu-Tang Clan

Biggie Smalls

Tupac

Outkast

Mobb Deep

Nasty Nas

 

If you like these fellars listed above you might also like Gangstarr, Onyx, Diggedy Das EFX, Gangstarr, Big L, A Tribe Called Quest.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sNoAgLRI-A

 

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My new favorite thread :D

 

Here are some of my fav. 'modern' ones/songs:

 

 

 

 

I have over 10k rap songs on my iTunes and none of that YMCMB crap and all that gayness.

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Lil Wayne and Drake are easily better than all these guys. And Chief Keef and Soulja Boy are easily better than everybody.

 

You have no idea what you're talking about. 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1znWQB73ks

 

 

Parker

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Beastie Boys - So Whatcha Want [Live]

Trick Daddy Feat. Trina - Nann Nigga

Mobb Deep Feat. Lil Kim - Quiet Storm [Remix]

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Beastie Boys - So Whatcha Want [Live]

Mobb Deep Feat. Lil Kim - Quiet Storm [Remix]

 

How many artists are able to book success in two totally different types of music genres. My favourite B-boy album is Paul's Boutique, RIP MCA

 

What's wrong with the original Quiet Storm, Lil Kim just ruins this track for me.

 

That's a bit too edgy for me.

 

Git jiggy wit it!

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What's wrong with the original Quiet Storm, Lil Kim just ruins this track for me.

Because I like Havoc's part in this version better.

Paul's Boutique is also my favorite, The Sounds of Science is one of my favorite songs, of any genre of music.

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Let's not forget this gem. Only the hardest gangstas and vatos are reppin' this shit on the streets

 

 

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