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  1. Beastie Boys rhymes over Run-DMC beats! https://we.tl/9vHX6pZNUN
  2. I don't understand this dude's popularity or what makes him "soooo good". Sounds like the same sing song pop bullsh** to me.
  3. Yea I got it. He's still bringin it hardcore and I love that. That raw ENERGY! Some of the "best rappers" today sound like they're half asleep. I can't understand the popularity. I was raised on 80's rap when most of them had loud strong voices. These artists today have whiny wimpy voices, I hate it. I also got "King Of The Ol' School". It sounds like a compilation album though, the mastering is all over the place.
  4. PJDU in Arby's commercial

    Just realized I had the wrong song in the title.
  5. It's mostly good, some songs are all guests and no Tribe, which I don't like. But a LOT of good beats and vibes.
  6. They're back with a Biggie cover! Rap remix:
  7. Nas: Jazz Remixes

    Just found this while looking up his music. Jazz remixes of Nas songs. Don't like how some are edited versions, but it's good. https://funkydl.bandcamp.com/album/jazzmatic-nas-remixes https://funkydl.bandcamp.com/album/jazzmatic-2-nas-remixes
  8. New DITC album

    OC, AG, Lord Finesse, Fat Joe, etc. Still keepin it real 20+ years later!

    Artwork and music are awesome, vocals are average.
  10. First album in 10 years, and aside from a track with autotune, ain't nuttin changed! Old school beats in 2015! http://www.undergroundhiphop.com/blackalicious-imani-vol-1/BMINES002CD/
  11. Straight Outta Compton

    That cube album's fake, read the comments. That's gonna be another detox: always talked about, forever delayed. Yes, Eminem's verse IS sick on Dre's album!
  12. Straight Outta Compton

    A lot of mixed reviews on this one. It's too "new school" for me, too much singing and guests. Could have been a better mix of old and new.
  13. Lifers Group

    It's also funny how songs you haven't heard for years seem like you just heard them yesterday. I had these guys on tape back in the day and forgot about them until recently.