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Aria

Hip Hop discussion

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Its down to popular conception for many artists. Its exactly the same with U2, people don't like U2's music because they think Bono is a cunt.

I find Kanye overrated, but i don't like his music that's why i don't really like him, but other then that i don't really care what he did to taylor or anyone, fact is if i was a taylor fan i would love kanye for getting her famous.

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I find Kanye overrated, but i don't like his music that's why i don't really like him, but other then that i don't really care what he did to taylor or anyone, fact is if i was a taylor fan i would love kanye for getting her famous.

On a technical level, he's one of the greatest producers of all time and his solo albums speak for themselves.

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im not the biggest fan of snoop dogg's music , but to be fair i went to see him live the other week and he put on a really great show . Hes not particularly talented in my opinion but he is pretty entertaining live .

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On a technical level, he's one of the greatest producers of all time and his solo albums speak for themselves.

I don't know really, everyone likes his music, my friend told me to listen to Otis and i didn't like it. But the only two producers i find overrated are Kanye and Dre, since most of Dre's best songs have all had about 6 co producers, even now on his new album he's getting credit for producing kush and I need a doctor.

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http://www.dreamvillain.net/?p=142

Any Given Sunday

1. Like A Star- Was saving this for the 2nd album. Due to some other shit beyond my control, I'ma let this out now.

2. Knock On Wood- One of my fav. freestyles. OG Dreamvillains gotta be reminded, new fans gotta get put on.

3. Pity- Brand new J. Cole, Omen, Voli. Produced by Voli @volitheentity

4. How High- at one point this was guaranteed to go on The Sideline Story.

5. Unabomber- Just heard this today for the first time in a longgg time. Love these raps.

Every Sunday til the album drops I'll be back with something. Maybe just 1 song, maybe a video, depending on how I'm feeling.

September 27! We almost there. Until then…

#ColeWorld

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwZjtfYLS0A

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

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qiayo0JMVcE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heVSZU3hy7w

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

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'Pity' & 'Like A Star' are the only new tracks from that J. Cole 'Any Given Sunday' ep. All the rest are old mixtape tracks.

I'd recommend downloading 'Pity' though, that's a quality track.

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http://www.goodmusic...oodmusicallday/

This site has a lot of good hip hop on. Plenty of mixtapes to download too, well worth a look through. All types of music to be fair but mainly good for hip hop and remixes.

Haven't downloaded this one yet but I assume it'll be pretty good;

http://www.goodmusicallday.com/2011/07/hoodie-allen-leap-year-mixtape/

There are loads on there I just can't be bothered to dig up all the links haha!

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'Pity' & 'Like A Star' are the only new tracks from that J. Cole 'Any Given Sunday' ep. All the rest are old mixtape tracks.

I'd recommend downloading 'Pity' though, that's a quality track.

:yes:

Pity is great song, but I would like to know which song Voli sampled.

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Watch The Throne = Epic

I enjoyed it more on the second listen than the first. At first I was disappointed a bit, but the second listen, I was feeling it. This is definitely more of a Jay album than a Kanye one imo. That's not necessarily a bad thing though. I'll compose a better review later, but for now.. headphoness.gif

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I aggre with you, if anyone want's to listen, here is on my youtube channel.

http://www.youtube.c.../RapWorldIsThis

Only track that is missing is New Day, because of Nina Simone sample.

Also there are three tracks from Any Given Sunday #2

Super tired from an incredible video shoot.

For the record, these are not mixtapes, not EP’s either. I wake up on Sunday’s and I decide what songs I want to let out or rerelease for yall. You’ve been so patient for 2 YEARS! I think you deserve some insight and unreleased music.

1. Bring Em’ In- Made this in ATL during the “single hunt” phase. Even though it wasn’t a single and won’t make the album, I love this shit!

2. Roll Call- Just some real shit. Venting

3. Be Freestyle- “Put on for my city like my favorite jacket… “man, you gon’ where that every got damn night??”.. “know what I paid for this shit?? bitch, you got damn right!!”

9/27/2011

I CAN’T WAIT!

Cole World

http://www.dreamvillain.net/?p=151

Also I heard that WTT was platinum on pre-orders.

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Watch The Throne is grandiose.

'Murder To Excellence' & 'Why I Love You' are my favourite tracks atm, although the entire thing is just extraordinary. Btw.. anyone notice how at the end of most of the tracks, the beat switches up at the end?, it seems to be one of the signature touches on this album.

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For any UK people interested, Channel 4 are broadcasting 'How Hip Hop Changed The World' tonight at 10:25.

Fuck, I missed it.

Thank fuck for 4oD.. Good watch?

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Fuck, I missed it.

Thank fuck for 4oD.. Good watch?

Yea, it was good.

It doesn't really focus on rappers though, more of how the music influenced the UK and America. They missed a few things out, and it felt a little rushed at times. Overall it’s worth a view though, they interview Nas, albeit only briefly.

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Just downloaded R.E.D, Game's last album (LAX) was better than this..

A few decent tracks though, the kendrick lamar record, Born in the trap & Ricky.

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