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post #406 of 448

Why is drake, lil wayne even mentioned in this thread? Thought this was about hip hop.

 

Anyway, there is a lot of dope stuff constantly coming out. You just gotta know where to look.

 

Some songs:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4OY64KOMnA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhL4_8gy5ds

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsFL17DvOIA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=137qaMEe_GU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RSHkecJn6E

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcjSUStLqdE

post #407 of 448

How are drake and lil wayne not hip-hop? its not even an argument.... i ...dont.....get...it.....

 

post #408 of 448

Because I refuse to believe that a hip hop artist is able to put out songs like these:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFQ_9zUSRHw

 

And yes, I am clearly aware that is not from one of his hip hop albums but come on man, seriously. I usually don`t want to argue over stupid opinions like this, but this needs to get out. They need to make another genre for the mainstream hip hop these days. Dead serious. 

post #409 of 448

hip-hop is the culture though. what drake does is mainstream rap/r&b. what lil wayne does is mainstream rap/pop. both fall under hip-hop. Its fine.

post #410 of 448

Hey guys. What's some of the bassiest Rap/Hip Hop songs out there? Just really interested in hearing some deep powerful bass with some nice beats.

post #411 of 448

Most Beatminerz production. Dem Duck Down boys epitomize grimy bass.

 

post #412 of 448
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Originally Posted by B-Dawk20 View Post

Hey guys. What's some of the bassiest Rap/Hip Hop songs out there? Just really interested in hearing some deep powerful bass with some nice beats.



Jeezy has some knockin production

Dr Dre also has some of the best production as far as system music goes..yeah yeah **** his headphones but he is an amazing producer

 

3 6 Mafia

Rick Ross (garbage IMO, but his production is great for a system)

Yelawolf

TI

 

Most southern rap has crazy production in the bass department

 

Anyways, if you guys havent heard iMayday!s new LP titled 'Take me to your Leader' DEFINITELY check it out asap!

 

It really is an amazing album, give this track a listen and go check out the LP!


Edited by KillTheNoize - 4/1/12 at 5:38pm
post #413 of 448

*double post oops

 

post #414 of 448

Two awesome tracks came out in the last couple of days.

 

 

post #415 of 448

I'm not that much into hip-hop, but I really enjoy listening to CunninLynguists, Outkast, Atmosphere and Common from time to time.


Edited by OmarCCX - 4/7/12 at 10:51pm
post #416 of 448

Anyone looking for a new solid album should check out yU - The EARN. It's been out for while but I still go back for a listen, mainly for tracks 12 and 13 biggrin.gif. His first album was really good as well.

http://mellomusicgroup.bandcamp.com/album/the-earn

 


Edited by Gambit61 - 4/10/12 at 12:28am
post #417 of 448

The new ab-soul is real nice.

post #418 of 448
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Originally Posted by grazedtheship View Post

Most Beatminerz production. Dem Duck Down boys epitomize grimy bass.

 

 

Great album!  Boot Camp Clik was just as good as Wu Tang in my opinion as MC's.  It was their unique flows and Rza's prolific and ridiculous beats that made them legendary.

post #419 of 448

 …yeah, I think if Jay Electronica (otherwise known as Erykah Badu's most recent babydaddy) could get beyond depression he might have a shot at schooling some folks…

 

 

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post #420 of 448

Here you go kids. 

 

Best southern rap album of the decade. 

 

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