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#21 Dec 28, 2012
PolskaHusaria wrote:
I have to give credit for this young Black rapper Amor Lilman for speaking out about stop the violence & against the Newtown shooting as a rap.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =5ln6MiHJf8UXX
If only rap had traditionally had more rappers with this kind of message...
Lol, that's nice man. Nice stuff.

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#22 Dec 28, 2012
happy wrote:
If rap is starting to take on a different and more positive approach, then that's good; no.better yet, that's great.
But rap in its-
"Bitches and hoes' state is a turn off beyond a turn off. Undesired and untolerable to given the time of day; for a viewing.
Violence in the streets, and messages of: "imma hustler,imma, imma, hustler"
Is 'triffling'
However, if positive change is in the making then its all good.
It's all good baby :) That's old school stuff you talking about :)

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#23 Dec 28, 2012
Im a HUGE fan of Lupe Fiasco

- let me put you on game
- lightwork
- bitch bad
- around my way
- words i never said
- etc..

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#24 Dec 28, 2012
Morgan you got good taste in music, I like your style , you've got soul : )

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#25 Dec 28, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
Morgan you got good taste in music, I like your style , you've got soul :)


yeah, i know :)

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#26 Dec 28, 2012
MorganCemone wrote:
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yeah, i know :)
Yeah you do know don't you.:)

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#27 Dec 28, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
I hate to bring up gender, but sistas need to stop dissing hip hop and be a part in it again.
Missing out on something good.
the last song by Lupe is featuring "Skylar Grey"
.. Sistas need to get more involved and stop bashing hip hop based on old songs from the 90's.
NO!

Hip hop was never the problem, it was rap and it's still the problem.

Anyway....

Kendrick Lamar - Money Trees



J .cole - See World

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Lupe Fiasco - Hip Hop saved my life.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Hopsin - ill mind of hopsin 4

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Childish Gambino - Freaks and Geeks

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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#28 Dec 28, 2012
BlackReign wrote:
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NO!
Hip hop was never the problem, it was rap and it's still the problem.
Anyway....
Kendrick Lamar - Money Trees
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =iMR45VOKj58XX
J .cole - See World
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Lupe Fiasco - Hip Hop saved my life.
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Hopsin - ill mind of hopsin 4
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Childish Gambino - Freaks and Geeks
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
You know what, You got a point there, because even back in the day there was kweli, outkast, common, etc..

And now I'm guessing cheif keef would be rap?

Great vids too!

Nice touch beautiful lady :)

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#29 Dec 28, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
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You know what, You got a point there, because even back in the day there was kweli, outkast, common, etc..
And now I'm guessing cheif keef would be rap?
Great vids too!
Nice touch beautiful lady :)
Kweli , Outkast , Common, Mos Def, Krs one, Run DMC, A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul and Nas are hip hop artist. These men were very intellectual and provided knowledge to our community through music.

LOL Cheif Keef would be considered rap! that kid is a mess, but he cool you must like his music. We have some great young rap artist out but they aren't getting played. These are the same people who are complaining about rap.

Glad you liked them!

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#30 Dec 28, 2012
Hip-Hop/Rap just doesn't feel like a legitimate form of music.

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#31 Dec 29, 2012
BlackReign wrote:
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Kweli , Outkast , Common, Mos Def, Krs one, Run DMC, A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul and Nas are hip hop artist. These men were very intellectual and provided knowledge to our community through music.
LOL Cheif Keef would be considered rap! that kid is a mess, but he cool you must like his music. We have some great young rap artist out but they aren't getting played. These are the same people who are complaining about rap.
Glad you liked them!
Lol, You're right.:) I do kind of like Cheif Keef and Lil wayne and 2 chainz, you got to give the dudes some credit right?:) I don't know if they influence the streets or if the streets influence them.. it could go either way..

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#32 Dec 29, 2012
--AAA-- wrote:
Hip-Hop/Rap just doesn't feel like a legitimate form of music.
I disagree.. Hip Hop's influence is widely felt, even have millions of fans in china etc..

What type of music do you like?

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#33 Dec 29, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
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Lol, You're right.:) I do kind of like Cheif Keef and Lil wayne and 2 chainz, you got to give the dudes some credit right?:) I don't know if they influence the streets or if the streets influence them.. it could go either way..
I'm guilty of liking 2 Chainz , i'll give him credit. In his case i think the streets influenced him. He went to Alabama state University and he supposedly graduated with a 4.0 gpa...



But i agree with it can go either way.

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#34 Dec 29, 2012
BlackReign wrote:
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I'm guilty of liking 2 Chainz , i'll give him credit. In his case i think the streets influenced him. He went to Alabama state University and he supposedly graduated with a 4.0 gpa...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =6ZaePnSmT0kXX
But i agree with it can go either way.
WOw!

A lot of the brothas in rap have degrees etc.. It's crazy.. they say that plies is a degree holder and speaks dam near perfect english.. except when he raps..

I like 2chainz too :)

I see him as an entertainer and not some type of rolemodel for young people. That's how most people see these dudes...

I'm feeling that song you posted..

You like "Pusha T"??? From Clipse???
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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#35 Dec 29, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
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WOw!
A lot of the brothas in rap have degrees etc.. It's crazy.. they say that plies is a degree holder and speaks dam near perfect english.. except when he raps..
I like 2chainz too :)
I see him as an entertainer and not some type of rolemodel for young people. That's how most people see these dudes...
I'm feeling that song you posted..
You like "Pusha T"??? From Clipse???
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =Cb_QI5GVRz8XX
Plies do have a degree , haha alot of them do have degrees though or attempted to go to college.
Yes i agree he's a entertainer not a role model, one of my favorite songs by him.
I like pusha! highly underrated artist, i like his verse on the luda why they mad for track.

Exodus 23:1 ? i love that song.

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#36 Dec 29, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
<quoted text>I disagree.. Hip Hop's influence is widely felt, even have millions of fans in china etc..

What type of music do you like?
They like the "pop" culture.

60s and 70s Jazz, 70s Hard and Progressive Rock, 90s R&B, 90s Dance, Space Ambient and Ambient Trance.

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#37 Dec 29, 2012
Oh 70's R&B and Funk... My dad listened to a lot of that.

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#38 Dec 29, 2012
MrAnderson9 wrote:
I hear a lot of complaints about rap, but general it's just people talking about back in the 90's NWA etc..
Rap has transformed into an intellectual Political Art form..
I will post vids of new hip hop so those of you that are out of touch can see that's it's not all about banging fcking hoes money etc..
I miss KRS One. I loved him.

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#39 Dec 29, 2012
BlackReign wrote:
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Plies do have a degree , haha alot of them do have degrees though or attempted to go to college.
Yes i agree he's a entertainer not a role model, one of my favorite songs by him.
I like pusha! highly underrated artist, i like his verse on the luda why they mad for track.
Exodus 23:1 ? i love that song.
Lol! Plies is a dam mess then! hahaha :)

Pusha off the hook ain't he.. Luda fell off though.. I think.. He ain't hard as he was back in the day with Throw dem bows.. You know who else I feel bad for...

..BigBoi from outkast. He dropped a new album 2 or 3 weeks ago and it pretty much flopped. Andre is out getting it though.. probably one of the best lyricists out, and he's playing in a New movie about Jimi Hendrix.

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#40 Dec 29, 2012
--AAA-- wrote:
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They like the "pop" culture.
60s and 70s Jazz, 70s Hard and Progressive Rock, 90s R&B, 90s Dance, Space Ambient and Ambient Trance.
That's an interesting take on Hip Hop / Rap.. Rap maybe.. but I don't think so about hip hop.. there's still folks making classics.. and hip hop still has classics.. pop doesn't really have classics..

And I love classic Rock man.. and 90's rock.. not sure what you mean by 90's dance though..

I like all that Led Zepplin .. Funkadelic ... And New Birth.. they kill it right here.. they invented "cool"..

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You remind me of freeway... I thought you'd be a hip hop head man.

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