Boom_Bap Dishwasher Owner
#196

CrackisWhack said:

greatest Hip Hop track ever imo.


Wax's 2010 Til Infiity is pretty dope



"no postage necessary just birdseed"

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HalloweenJack Registered User
#197

mufcboy1999 said:
just released, has tags but sounds good cant wait for his new stuff

I love Dré. I reckon on his day he is probably the best rapper around.

CrackisWhack Registered User
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GodlessInfidel Registered User
#199



as per usual R.A absolutely murders it, what a Rapper..

'i'm wu-tang killer bee, epitome of public enemy'

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Boom_Bap Dishwasher Owner
#200

This morning i was sitting over a bowl of Fruit N Fibre thinking what song i'd love to listen to right now. Decided on it, then i look up facebook and one one of my ultimate homies had just posted it as well, the planets must be in alignement today.

Many of you may never heard of The B.U.M.s, excellent group from the mid nineties from the West. Prepare for some aural pleasure and prepare to start searching for the album that this is off called Life N Tyme.

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mufcboy1999 Registered User
#201

vintage jay z with a classic premo produced track, great video

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horsebox09 Registered User
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CrackisWhack Registered User
#203

Classic!


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GodlessInfidel Registered User
#204



great track, really solid album. got it last week. been in my stereo ever since

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Jimmy Iovine Registered User
#205

Love that Big Boi video. This next one is by Lupe Fiasco and is apparently based on the career of Slim Thug. Great tune

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Rjd2 Registered User
#206

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Jimmy Iovine Registered User
#207



Track from Bun B's new album Trill OG. It's gotten some good reviews and The Source also gave it 5 mics. Clearly that accolade isn't as respected as it used to be but it's the first one they've given out in 5 years I think so there has to be a genuine reason behind it.

As for the track itself it's produced by Polow Da Don, the same guy who produced Nas' Hero a few years and sounds very, very similar. He must have thought everyone would forget or something.

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CrackisWhack Registered User
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GodlessInfidel Registered User
#210

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ya jus can't beat grimey east-coast hip-hop.

i dedicate this song to all (confused) bohs fans from the southside of dublin

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