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Post by Guillermo on Wed Jul 27, 2011 10:21 pm

Heres some of mines, and one of their songs:
Big L-Casualities of a dice game


2pac-Street fame


Biggie Smalls-Hypnotize


N.W.A-Straight outta compton


Public Enemy-Fight the power


Kid Frost-La Raza


MC Ren-Final Frontier


South Central Cartel-Gang Stories


I have a shizz load more, but imma let u guys post ur fav old-skewl rapper's Very Happy

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Post by iRafa on Thu Jul 28, 2011 3:59 am

GUILLER-FUCKING-MO, GET ACTIVE HOE!
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Re: Your Favorite Old-School rapper's

Post by Frank Cartagena on Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:49 am

Son, old school era ended when Run DMC hit with "Sucker MC's" back in '83 Very Happy

But if you mean rappers from XX century then more or less same as yours, plus such as...

Rappers affiliated with Boot Camp Click, great 90's NY rap:







Nas:



Rappers affiliated with Native Tongues Posse, some positive stuff:





Early Wu Tang stuff:









Early Mobb Deep stuff:





Rappers affiliated with Gang Starr Foundation:






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Post by Guillermo on Thu Jul 28, 2011 1:32 pm

Hehe Very Happy

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Post by Frank Cartagena on Thu Jul 28, 2011 6:29 pm

Part II now,

I forgot one rapper from East Coast, man that I took Cartagena name from - Fat Joe:



Now, let's take it to other parts of US.

Representative of Mid-West, Common (up to mid 90's known as Common Sense) with one of my personal favourites of all time:



Now, something from the West Coast:















Enuff, now at the end, something from Dirty South:











Enjoy! Smile

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Post by Guillermo on Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:05 am

iRafa wrote:GUILLER-FUCKING-MO, GET ACTIVE HOE!
fudge up

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Post by Guillermo on Sat Jul 30, 2011 10:09 am

Frank yo', this is some beast shit. Listen Smile


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Post by Frank Cartagena on Sat Jul 30, 2011 5:30 pm

Some southern real shit, cool, although I'm bit too drunk atm to concentrate fully on it I say it's dope, I'm about to dig more into 90's southern stuff, them or three 6 mafia, cash money records etc.

you can't diss music jus' cos style is different, that's what narrow minded folks do, ye

btw, check out this Eminem song, it's from his unreleased 1996 album, dope:


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Post by Guillermo on Sun Jul 31, 2011 12:23 pm

Coo stuff yo. I got ten new songs for yah' -- real og shizz





















Real old skewl shizz bro Smile


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Post by Guillermo on Sun Jul 31, 2011 1:03 pm

Lords of the Underground are tight yo, i was thinking of old skewl stuff - then they came to my mind and these other rapper's.





Lil' kids keeling it back in dee day:





Last, but not least - how could we forget about Bone Thugs N Harmony?!


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Post by Guillermo on Sun Jul 31, 2011 2:18 pm

Frank, agree this is /beast

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Post by Frank Cartagena on Sun Jul 31, 2011 4:43 pm

Warm it up Kris!

/beast

Majority of this stuff I know very well, good music. Since I guess we're now going more about epic songs, not artists themselves I'll post some more:

















BEAST SONG (dope Tribe Called Quest sample "Coming down the block man, loud as fuck, you could swear Redman was inside the trunk" Very Happy :


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Post by Guillermo on Sun Jul 31, 2011 7:08 pm

Haha, i like those man.

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Post by Frank Cartagena on Thu Aug 04, 2011 2:48 pm

I forgot these folks, they rep Mid West, although sound very West Coast, heh:



I love this track, very chilled out:


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Post by Guillermo on Fri Aug 05, 2011 2:21 am

Fo' tha' love of monaay! Gotta' get dat money mannng!

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Re: Your Favorite Old-School rapper's

Post by Hopsin on Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:04 pm

Mobb Deep goes hard back then when they were young
Search up Mobb Deep - Shook ones
Shit goes ham
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Re: Your Favorite Old-School rapper's

Post by Tony_Montanaa on Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:56 pm

BEST OLD SCHOOL RAPPERS: EAZY E.
Bone Thugs


DR DRE, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Nate Dogg, The Dog Pound, Biggie, Tupac, Farell, Lil Wayne, The Game, Birdman, RICK ross CAn alll GO Suck a Fat one.
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Post by Frank Cartagena on Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:09 pm

Very Happy

Pity that Biggie beats them all with his skills. Get yourself some knowledge, ha! Razz

Snoop has a dope flow. Pac had nice conscious raps sometimes. Nate Dogg - what the fuck man, you can't even count him as a strict rapper, Nate had greatest voice in hip hop world and sang hella great, usually just the hooks but it was fucking prime singing. Dre is a producer yo, he had his lyrics written by Sam Sneed or J-Flexx, heh.

Eazy E wasn't that special apart from his high pitched voice, kinda like average hood rappa Mad

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Post by Tony_Montanaa on Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:01 pm

NAh your trippin. Dre did use to rap and still does rap..his new Song Kush. i know he is more of a producer then a rapper and he should stick to producing cuz he sucks at rapping. Tupac yelled too much and was trying to become a politician or some sort of role model and he was just fucken lame. Nate DOGG is a bitch, he hit Dresta with a golf club then when dresta chased him he ran away like a pussy. Fuck his gravestone. Snoop is Dre's bitch. From begining He began dissing eazy e only because Dre told him too, how can u diss someone on track that you have no personal beef with. If dre tells snoop to jump snoop will ask how hhigh, his a little faggot hannging on dre's nuts. Biggie had good flow, but he was from the east so fuk that nikka. AND AS FAR AS EAZY MUTHA FUCKEN E. listen to some of his diss songs, like ITS ON. Eazy e was A fucken straight gangsta and on his songs he is always chillin, lay back rapping not fucken yelling into the mic like some other anoying rappers. He had a layed back flow and the best diss song of all time, Real Mutha fucken Gs.
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Post by Frank Cartagena on Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:50 am

Ha! You impressed me Tony, didn't expect such a good reply on my post right here.

Thing is I guess we're looking at them from bit of a different perspective, you're taking in consideration more of stuff these guys did away from their music, I'm mostly judging by their skills as rappers and their input for hip hop.
Don't forget that in beginning Eazy built his fame using his buddies from NWA and he and Jerry Heller been ripping off the rest from their cuts. But you're probably right Eazy was there before Snoop with his laid back flow, at the moment I'm during listening to his '93 EP "It's on 187um Killa", I heard "Real Motherfucking G's" before and I admire it, Eazy killed Dre with this diss kicking straight facts, although when I watch video the line "Here comes my left blow" always makes me chuckle when I see this short guy showing his madness Very Happy I'm gonna look more into his music as soon as I feel like listening to some g-rap.

I still find it not fair for you to put Rick Ross and Lil Wayne in one line along rappers like The Notorious B.I.G. and Ice Cube, that's totally different league to me.

And it's a pity you're dissing Biggie just because he's from other coast, plus take a note Biggie never dissed West Coast, even making track like "Going Back To Cali" sounding very g-funk in itself. He was the most skilled rapper in the game up to his death in '97, that's what I say. He had crazy lines and crazy techniques at times.

Anyway, as you seem to be big Eazy fan and laid back flow with str8 gangsta/pimp style what do you think of Dru Down?


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Post by Tony_Montanaa on Fri Aug 12, 2011 7:58 am

Yeh LoL its a trip you understood exatly where i was coming from. My irl friends always tell me i judge the rappers from their stuff that has nothing to do with music, but i dont know thats just how i look at them. Like an overall image of them not just what they can write. Plus i included Rick ross and lil wayne to that list just to show some of the new rappers/ hip hop artists that i hate (cuz of their character). If you look at it song wise...Ice cube is one of the greatest, and Dre's album the chronic had great hits. Plus ice cube wrote many of eazy e's songs.

I liked BIggie too. If you heard the freestyle mix of Biggie Vs tupac i think Biggies verse kills tupac...and his other songs have prety insane lyrics.

Anyways I liked Dru Down, his flow was mad sick. I love listening to old school rappers. Listen to some of Bg knocc out and Drestas songs (the two brothers from real mutha fucken Gs video) Listen to their songs called Vietnam, real brothers thats the type of rap i like.
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Post by Frank Cartagena on Fri Aug 12, 2011 9:44 am

You're another person I hear claiming BG Knocc Out and Dresta made some good stuff, I guess I have no choice but to check their debut album.

I gotta say at first I took you for some mad kid who's bit on Eazy's dick, but you turned out wiser than majority of nowadays boys out there.

I don't blame you for judging rappers as a whole for who they are, not just by their music, as I see you live in LA and you can probably identify yourself lotta more with this music and the whole street reality. I know if I were living on one of US coast during whole East-West beef in 90's I'd probably take sides when anyone dissed my hood or represented totally different style. But I'm just a guy from Poland so I got love for any good rappers from outta my country, still identifying myself the most with the local hip hop out here, and judging local rappers the way your judging yours in US Wink

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Post by Guillermo on Sat Aug 13, 2011 2:38 pm

BG Knocc out and Dresta are beast, forgot to add them to it dawg'

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