Classics / Canon edition of the DiS Hip-Hop Listening Club


#581

He became a teacher in the Bronx. It’s worth having a look at that Adult Rappers documentary - he has a little interview on that and has a couple of anecdotes about students telling him they rap, and him dropping his verse from Trouble Man.

(I think it was on that doc, anyway).


#582

That Juggaknots album would be a great pick for this thread in its own


#583

I absolutely love this thread and I’m looking forward to a relaunch of it. I know I never got round to contributing previously but I have been listening to all the albums and discovered some great stuff in the process.

I will do my best to take part but I’m not an expert!


#584

No need to be an expert man, everyone’s welcome to come post a hip hop record they love or share their thoughts on other people’s picks


#585

You can send me a private message of an album (or two or three and i can help you pick) you have in mind and we can start 2019 off with yours if want?


#586

love the back and forth of ‘the other line’… “you got abducted on some x files shit from up above? whatever the fuck”, guitar line is lush too and that drum breakdown.

‘pain’ sounds so new York, scene setter


#587

#588

Slight tangent, but this interview with Breeze Brewin is excellent.