Hi b, wanna extend my hiphop spotifylist give me your godteir hiphop songs
Nas - NY State of Mind
Wu-Tang Clan - Shame on a nigga
Mos Def - Mathematics
Kendrick Lamar - Maad City
Eazy-E - Real Muthaphukkin Gs
Death Grips - I Want It I Need It
Dr.Dre - Lil Ghetto Boy
Forgot, anything by Biggie... East Coast is so much better than the West
Hadn't heard it before, listening to it just now.
Not such a huge Nas fan, I've listened to Illmatic and the album he did with Damian Marley which are both great
7 day theory - tupac
Doris - Earl Sweatshirt
Earl - Earl Sweatshirt
Ready to die - B.I.G
Life after death - B.I.G
Good kid m.a.a.d city - Kendrick
36 chambers - We Tang
Aquemini(?) - Outkast
2001 - Dre
Illmatic - Nas
Tical - Method man
Low end theory - A tribe called quest
All albums anon, I only listen to the entire albums rather than just songs but you can just pull out the stuff you like. I can keep going...
East Coast just has that sort of raw power to it that West doesn't, so much better
Me personally? I'd say
Drakes new mixtape is hot shit tho
How fucking annoying is Hopsin, fucking manchild constantly complaining about sheeple, rapping about how all other rappers don't rap about the truth and just being a general cocky dickhead
You hit the nail on the head with the east coast comment. East coast seems to be lyrically untouchable with the likes of the Wu and biggie, rhyming shot that you couldn't even dream of and the production behind them? Untouchable...
Been on the scene 5 minutes and has already insulted everyone else in the game twice over haha, bar the one song of his that I like he's just not that good. Especially to be hating on others
What if we told you the two could be synonymous.
We all got different preferences.
I recognize Eminem as one of the best due to record sales, lyrical impact, and originality.
Especially in an industry so dominated by politics and spiteful race wars, it was fresh and exciting to have something different.
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
I mean you're right in every sense there and I won't dismiss him of being one of the greatest, he's made a huge impact in the hiphop game. I mean he's still throwing out tracks now and how old is he now? The reason why I don't listen to him is purely because I find him hard to listen to. I don't know if it's the sound of his voice or his delivery but I can't listen to him comfortably...
anything after 2004 is just irrelevant shit lets be honest. Look at the crap today compared to the 80's and 90's.
Eminem was always a joke to me, his first 2 albums were good then he went shit. D12 were good though
not the same guy, i assume you're OP. but for new school, i got you
>run the jewels-run the jewels 1&2
>flatbush zombies-BetterOffDEAD (actually everything by them is fucking great)
>the underachievers-indigoism & Lords of Flatbush
>Mick Jenkins-the water[s]
>Cash out-i forgot his album name
>Wiz Khalifa-Blacc Hollywood & Kush and OJ
>Vic Mensa- Innanetape
>Chance the Rapper-10 day & acid rap
at this point I'm just going to list names
rich homie quan
No I'm not OP but I'm always looking for new music to listen to, I'm not as clued up on new school but recently I've been appreciating it a lot more. Cheers for all them tho man! Also, what's the deal with the whole a$ap thing?
What do you guys think about Army of the Pharaohs?
In my opinion they are pretty awesome
the whole a$ap clique is freaking sick imo.
there's 3 main rappers, a$ap rocky, a$ap ferg, and a$ap ant in order of popularity. they're east coast and you can totally hear new york roots from their style/flow/wordplay. They're mostly smoking music and trap but I personally like them a lot. i recommend live.love.a$ap and trap lord
not trolling it's my opinion, Eminem started out as a parody if you listen to his first album, I just couldn't take him serious he seemed out of place being white and trying too hard. If he was black would he be as big lets be honest?
Its not worth trying to find it with so much shit to look through, hip hop died in my opinion the old school shit wont ever be touched, the battles ad how many great artists there were.
Your opinion is a stupid one:
1. Love the Way You Lie ft. Rhianna (2010)
2. Not Afraid (2010)
3. Rap God (2013)
4. The Monster ft. Rihanna (2013/2014)
5. When I'm Gone (2009)
6. Beautiful (2009)
7. Without Me (2009)
It's not an opinion, it's a misguided fact, you fucking hipster.
Cyprus Hill- Hand on the Pump
Some old shit
Beasties- Professor Booty
The Streets- Fit
Massive Attack- Inertia Creeps
Eek-A-Mouse -Every Girl is a Virgin to Me
LL Cool J- Three little pigs
you off load that pile of shit and try and say that compares in anyway to the hip hop from the 90s get the fuck out of here. Just mentioning Rhianna makes me feel bad for you whats next Umbrella is up there with gin and juice?. Do you even know what a hipster is?
"If he was black would he be as big"
"hip hop died in my opinion"
"say that compares in anyway to the hip hop from the 90s get the fuck out of here"
jesus christ dude you're retarted
what happening to XV
where did he go
DNA - Danny brown
Good kid maad city - kendrick lamar
Both run the jewels albums
Doris - Earl Sweatshirt
Camp - childish gambino
Every death grips album (government plates is my personal favorite)
Bestiary - hail Mary mallon
u expect me to reply with new material? why should i do that when you give me so much to work with!
Everything by Kanye. The older stuff from Graduation and College Dropout are still unknown to a lot of people. Missing out.
The list was made of Eminem's produced hits with 150m+ hits from 2004 and on, as for Rhyme or Reason, I agree that it's one of his most personal songs and really solidifies and shows off his style as a fast paced lyrical artist.
reference this post as to why these songs were listed
>>600120672 Too bad Joji couldn't release his album because of his fanbase. I enjoy Pink Guy's raps, however. Especially more serious ones
There is something I don't really understand with /b/ and 4chan in general. It seems racism is a trend topic here and almost everyone are defending their views about it and even promoting it. But when it comes to music, this so called racists are the first ones to listen nigger's musical culture which is verey contradictory to what they preach against the negros.
kanye isnt a good rapper imo
but hes a god tier producer
Welcome to the beauty of Hip Hop, where the culture is so black centered with such a rich history, that even /b/tards can unite over their love for a genre.
150m hits makes it popular doesn't make it good. how many hits has justin bieber had in his last 5 songs? does that make his shit goodtoo? In terms of quality none of that shit compares to any of his tracks from his first 2 albums. name any artists after 2004 that come anywhere near some of the artists from the 90s?
Immortal Technique is great, though
what do you guys think of this album?
i diddn't like it at first but its grown on me, not ghostfaces best work but i think its some of bbng's best
First two posts and two best albums of all time... i'm impressed /b/
you've got to put the post in context, so read my last reply and then try again
i've never said that the songs were good, i was simply proving a point to the faggot earlier
i'm proving popularity, more specifically, "Eminem has not become irrelevant after 2004"
Ghostface & Apollo Brown - The Brown Tape
The whole album is a classic
I'll dismiss your misguided quip on popularity, but you're trying to tell me that he doesn't produce quality songs anymore?
Not Afraid was a huge influence to over a half billion people, and as far as I'm concerned, that song alone can refute the original post that I was replying to. Luckily, Eminem has talent and makes my job easy to list songs that he's been successful on since 2004.
It's Ghost and Rae at their raw best, add RZA's production in his golden era, guest appearances by Nas and the rest of the Wu... it's up there with the best hip hop albums of all time. And it only gets better each time you listen to it. That's how I see it anyway