More Jams for yall
Old School Korean Hip-hip for yall. The Golden Years, this how how it all started. Korea dominates hip-hop and R&B in Asia. Even the rapper from the best hip-hop in Japan M-flo is Korean.
For those interested in getting started on a retro-playlist but don't know where to start, I've grabbed the URLs out of this blog post containing the OST for Reply 1994.
The Youtube-savvy can make that into a YT playlist or what have you, whatever the kids do these days.
The cool people can youtube-dl -x -i $(paste -d -s $FILE_NAME) that, but I'm not suggesting anything wink wink.
The Hugo Masters: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music
Standing Egg has been a gateway drug for many others early on in the thread so I'm glad you found them. With has some staying power but Like is more or less some of the same old same old. With, Lucky, and the singles and covers you can find on their FB page.
For those adverse to Facebook, it's easy enough to turn a page into a RSS feed.
I'd also recommend digging further back into the thread as it's highly likely that you might find some other things along the same lines that you might enjoy. 3rd Coast, Black Skirts. Sister's Barbershop, the usual....
Ok so I like vocals like Standing EGG, Vibe, MC The Max, J Rabbit, Bumkey, 2NE1. What you listed wasn't something I'm looking for. They sound like bla indi bla. I don't like looking for needles in a haystack, losts of hay in the indi area not worth my time. I'm into quality vocals or instrumentations.
Any other recommendations based on what I like?