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Before I answer I have to ask a question because I can't remember right now. Was "Hits from the Bong" on Temples of Boom?
This post was edited by maceoa9903 22 months ago
Let's take this to the Hip Hop thread...I'll post my top 10 there
Being born in '92 my 90's rap knowledge is severly lacking, but I just want to thank everyone who's contributing to this thread and getting me up to speed.
Jadakiss-Kiss of Death
Slim Thugg-Serve and Collect
Clipse-Hell Hath no Fury
Brotha Lynch Hung-Season of the Sicc
Biggie-Ready to Die
Jay Z-Reasonable Doubt or the Blueprint
No, bro, it was from Black Sunday, which is another great album.
"I don't hate you, I'm just not necessarily excited about your existence."
You ever listen to Jedi Mind Trick? Not sure what happened to him, but he was pretty decent. A lot of good albums you have listed, too. I gotta switch out Nas' Illmatic with It was Written, though. Both great albums, but the latter just hits me in the right spot every time.
Never heard of him. It was written was hot with "If I ruled the world"
That, and The Message were the shit.
They still are!
Yeah, that was the one! Black Sunday! Ok, here is my top 10 in no order:
Black Sunday Cypress Hill
Amerikkkas Most Wanted Ice Cube
Super Tight UGK
The Love Below OutKast (probably the most diverse and eclectic Hip Hop album ever)
36 Chambers Wu Tang
The Chronic Dr Dre
De La Soul is Dead De La Soul
Midnight Marauders. Tribe Called Quest
Ready to Die Biggie
I know, I cheated and put 11, but in the words of Riley Freeman, "Real ni**as don't follow rules". Lol!
I'm listening to Illmatic right now. It's amazing so far.
Get in the hip hop thread!
Very nice list you have there. Somewhere, someone has to have Gang Starr on the list. Oh, and Black Sheep's A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing was awesome
It's a classic.
When you finish with that, do yourself a favor and listen to the GZA's Liquid Swords.
I'm there bro. We need to merge these two threads.
You can get with this, or you can get with that! Lol!
Dude, you really missed a great time in music. I feel for kids today who think they are listening to rap/hip hop. They aren't. More like hip pop!
I think i'll go with this, cause this is kind of phat!
You said it, man. "rap/hip hop" today is a joke. So glad we were alive when rap/hip hop was alive
You will not regret it. One thing you need to know- When the RZA produces, you're going to get a lot of movie soundbytes from movies back in the day, but be patient because it will all flow together with the music in this particular album. Don't skip through it, man. Just bear with it and you will not regret it. Two songs that are a must- Shadowboxing ft/ Method Man, and B.I.B.L.E.
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