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18. Dez. 2012, 18:06 von aaronWHATReleases Ranked: (Heard: 75)
★★★★★ = Dope as fuck.
01. The Thieves Banquet - Akala (Album)
02. 12 Reasons To Die/The Brown Tape - Ghostface Killah (Album)
03. Sound The System - Alborosie (Album)
04. Yessir Whatever - Quasimoto (Compilation)
05. INDIGOISM - The Underachievers (Mixtape)
06. The Grimy Awards - Ill Bill (Album)
07. The Psychic World of Walter Reed - Killah Priest (Double Album)
08. Saaab Stories - Action Bronson (Mixtape)
09. The Maven - K-Rino (Album)
10. Truly Yours - J. Cole (EP)
11. Ringside - Smoke DZA (EP)
12. Hark! - The Doppelgangaz (Album)
13. Damare Shizukani - Ethelwulf (EP)
14. The Lost Scrolls Vol. 1 - J Dilla (EP)
★★★★ = Good, replayable.
15. Doris - Earl Sweatshirt (Album)
16. Jungle Revolution - Congo Natty (Album)
17. Extended Play - Statik Selektah (Album)
18. ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally) - Freddie Gibbs (Album)
19. Legends Never Die - R.A. the Rugged Man (Album)
20. The Kitchen - Hieroglyphics (Album)
21. Stolen Youth - Vince Staples (Mixtape)
1. Feb. 2012, 18:10 von aaronWHATMy top 20 of the year so far:
01. Into The Future - Bad Brains
02. 4Eva N A Day - Big K.R.I.T.
03. Blue Chips - Action Bronson & Party Supplies
04. Control System - Ab-Soul
05. The Man With The Iron Fists OST - RZA/Various Artists
06. MA_DOOM: Son Of Yvonne - Masta Ace & MF DOOM
07. good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
08. Knowledge Is Power Vol. 1 - Akala
09. P.E.E.P.: The aPROcalypse - Pro Era
10. Attack The Block - Talib Kweli
11. Rugby Thompson - Smoke DZA & Harry Fraud
12. Vodka & Ayahuasca - Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No)
13. Habits & Contradictions - ScHoolBoy Q
14. K.O.N.Y. - Smoke DZA
15. I.M. 4-EVA - Big Shug
16. Ichiban Sound In 3D - Willie B
17. 80 Minute Eternity - K-Rino
18. Live From The Underground - Big K.R.I.T.
19. Russian Roulette - The Alchemist
20. Gigantic Vol. 1 - Small Professor
Below is my thoughts on each album released this year that I've heard in order of hearing them.
★★★★★ = Dope as fuck.
★★★★ = Good, replayable.
16. Okt. 2011, 21:50 von jensyaosequel 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
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
21 Questions/50 Cent
You Not Like Me/50 Cent
What Up Gangsta (Instrumental)/50 Cent
12. Aug. 2011, 5:23 von ggnomeprojecthttp://i463.photobucket.com/albums/qq353/mew10t/firstnamewu-tanglastnameforever.jpg
First name: Wu-Tang. Last name: Forever.
Ol' Dirty Bastard was a rock star. Rappers don’t OD—rock stars OD—because rappers tend to get shot before they have the chance. That, and often, the only drugs rappers can afford is weed after buying all those shiny useless things and “making it rain.” But ODB didn’t have a lot of shiny useless things. He had a lot of children (thirteen), coke, and Tramadol. Also, the first two initials in his name—OD. Let’s face it, ODB had to OD.
Of course, drug abuse and psychological issues weren’t his only friends. He also had the RZA, the GZA/Genius, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa. Together, they formed the Wu-Tang Clan in the early 90s, created one of the most classic rap debuts ever, and followed with numerous critically and/or commercially acclaimed group and solo efforts, creating a lasting cultural impact.
11. Feb. 2011, 22:00 von TheTom28930
2. Dez. 2010, 18:13 von aaronWHATHip Hop
Wu-Tang Clan (RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck, U-God, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah,
As Blood Runs Black
Envy on the Coast
HORSE the band
Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong
Kids in Glass Houses
Men In Caves
New Found Glory
The Ghost Inside
3. Aug. 2010, 1:44 von aaronWHAThttp://gyazo.com/ae171a4f37e543d81d0a2c05bbc8b5c7.png
La the Darkman - Heist of the Century (1998)
La the Darkman's debut album isn't exactly overlooked by Wu-Heads but it's most definitely overlooked by the hip hop general population. Released at the height of the Wu-Tang Clan's glory days, Heist of the Century runs for a little over an hour and spans eighteen tracks. La the Darkman's smooth flow is excellent on every single track especially the opening track "Lucci", "Az the World Turns" and "Wu-Blood Kin"
Production comes from Six July (who has nine tracks on the album), Havoc (of Mobb Deep - two tracks), DJ Muggs (one), 4th Disciple (four) and the RZA (also one). Raekwon co-produces "Spring Water" with Six July. The production is tight, and among the best of the Wu-Tang Killa Beez albums. Six July really knows how to put a good beat behind an MC.
Guest spots come from, DJ Rogers, JR. …