2017 Rolling Hip-Hop Thread


#281

oh really? my bad.


#282

yeah pretty rough childhood. props for turning his life into a positive. its not really an authenticity thing w him for me its just his music seems too derivative for me. it’s perfectly fine but he sounds like someone who’s done it better than him on just about every track. I like ‘everybody’ on his new one but it is basically a kendrick track.


#283

one of my top ten rap albums ever turned 20


#284

probably the best song of all time? there’s no cap on how many times i can claim that, right?


love that guitar at the end it reminds me of allman bros blue sky when Duane and Dickie are interplaying and lock in on the same rhythm at the end


#285

that guitar gets pretty close to matching the same melody in parts tbf


#286

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#288

Like the new Mach-Hommy and Knxwledge ep


#289

This is awesome. 6 hours of DJ Premier production.

The GOAT? For me, probably.


#290

Oh man, never heard of this podcast before. All over this.


#291

It’s great. The indie hip hop one was excellent too.


#292

Love the production on this


#293

gonna have a LOT of time for Snoop’s throwback album this summer i think :sunglasses:


#294

@theshipment

no Quik but plenty of Battlecat


#295

got this queued up for the weekend! battlecattttttt


#296

He had such a crazy good run. It’s too bad he hasn’t really built on his pallet much into the later stage of his career. Not sure he has to, mind, he has his lane.


#297

Lil’ Wayne sounding surprisingly good on this T-Wayne

also that sample interpolation jheez


#298

Hard to think of many contemporaries who came up in the late 80s that can say they have. Q-Tip and DJ Quik being the only two that immediately spring to mind.


#299

It’s Carter III era material, which explains him sounding a bit sharper


#300

This is fucking brilliant. Any idea if tracklists ever appear anywhere for these?