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  • what the f i'm listening to

    16. Okt. 2011, 21:50 von jensyao

    sequel to http://www.last.fm/user/jensyao/journal/2011/04/07/4bebct_hip_hop_for_new_listeners

    Pimps ft. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T./2 Chainz
    All Eyez On Me/2Pac
    2 Glocks (Feat. Bounty Killa & Wayne Marshall)/2Pac
    Troublesome 21/2Pac
    Str8 Ballin (Feat Danielle Sen/2Pac
    Still I Rise/2Pac
    "Sleep (Ft. Young Buck, Chamillionaire)"/2pac
    Runnin (Feat Notorious B.I.G.)/2Pac
    Road 2 Glory/2Pac
    Revolution (Feat. Busta Rhymes)/2Pac
    Playa Cardz Right (Female) (Ft. Keyshia Cole)/2pac
    Me Against The World (Feat DJ Quik/2Pac
    Letter 2 the President (Original)/2Pac
    Keep Ya Head Up/2Pac
    How Do You Want It/2Pac
    How Do U Want It (Feat Fatal A/2Pac
    Hold On Be Strong (Feat Stretch/2Pac
    Help Me Change My Ways/2Pac
    For My Niggaz (feat. Storm) (Unreleased)/2Pac
    Fight Music (Feat. Xzibit)/2Pac
    Fake Ass Bitches remix/2Pac
    "Dumpin' (Ft. Hussein Fatal, Papoose, Carl Thomas)"/2pac
    I'm alive 2009 /2Pac
    Hatred/2Pac
    21 Questions/50 Cent
    You Not Like Me/50 Cent
    What Up Gangsta (Instrumental)/50 Cent
  • THAT WAS 2008 – THE YEAR IN CHARTS

    20. Dez. 2008, 0:26 von Addicted2Melody

    THAT WAS 2008 – THE YEAR IN CHARTS

    Well, here we are again. Another busy year in the ever-thriving world of electronic music has just about whizzed us by. And returning once again is my whistle-stop tour of what has been hot in those dizzy 12 months, this time of course with more bells, whistles, awards and “probing” commentary than I provided last year. 2008 has been an excellent year. The overall standard of artist albums has been exceptionally high this year, and, despite the market becoming further saturated in some sub-genres, we have still been treated to some absolutely killer tunes from all corners of the dance music galaxy. Note: these charts are of the best stuff I've heard this year, not just a mindless list of absolutely everything I have even vaguely enjoyed. As I say, there’s been a lot of stuff worth checking out this year, so naturally there are some good albums and tunes missing.

    Ok, let's look back. Kicking us off, the best albums of the year...

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