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    Music sterotypes

    True dat...or that there is more to rap/hip-hop then the materialistic, violent and sexual content that is promoted in both music and in videos. I'm hesitant to say I like hip-hop to some people because I don't want to be judged by what they see/hear about it. I was proud to wear my rap t-shirts back in the day, now I don't want to be associated with what "hip-hop" is associated with. Another reason to "bring `88 back".
  2. I forgot about this song cause it is on one of Korn's albums, but Nas flows well on it. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DKFJ4P7E :wickedwisdom:
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    Korn featuring Nas - "Play Me"

    No prob. It's not a literal "mash-up", he was a guest on their official album. Glad they made the right choice...even they know who's real in hip-hop.
  4. Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince: Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble (1988 Remix) / Brand New Funk - 7" vinyl, sleeve has wear, record is good condition. ...And In This Corner, Homebase, Code Red cassette albums, good condition Will Smith: Big Willie Style CD, near mint condition. All for 99 cents. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...em=290099456357
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    I Need A Beat (Original Version): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=7NXTQBU8 Blame It On Me (Demo version of Jack The Ripper): http://www.megaupload.com/?d=9XA65NYW I'll post the others when I get them.
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    I need LL Cool J - "Big Ole Butt (Remix)". I have the original "I Need A Beat" and I'm getting a remix of "Dangerous" from vinyl if y'all want them. BWF: I have Race Card if you still need it.
  7. Yes I have the songs on CD. My love for JJ&FP has gone nowhere, but money is worth more than duplicates right now, and every little bit helps. Plus I like to help out fellow collectors.
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    5 Things that killed hip-hop

    I agree with it all except for one thing: "We need to bring it back to 88!". NO WE DON'T! Ultramagnetic didn't say 'we gonna bring it back to '74' " We all say that we want fun back in rap...well 1988 was during the time when rap WAS fun! JJ+FP, Biz, The Fat Boys, etc. were making us laugh while displaying good skills on the mic. I say we DO need to take it back to 88 because that's when the best selling rappers were unique and did not copy each other or follow trends. Almost everything in that "speech" was not happening in the 80's, and it sounds like we think the rap industry would be better if it did go back in time. Ultramagnetic didn't say 'we gonna bring it back to '74' because, as KRS-ONE put it at the time, "rap is still a brand new tool". Now we have a reference point to judge the current music with, and we see how the quality of rap (and music in general) has degraded.
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    Superbowl Predictions

    I don't care, I'm just glad the Patriots aren't in it again. But with Rex throwing so many INTs during the year, the Bears better be careful.
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    I got engaged!

    Gotta bring it back: Lots of little knots that need to be tied A pair of knuckleheads walkin side by side down the altar, you say to yourself, "I will not falter" But you're thinkin it -- how did I get myself in this predicament? Saw the def cutie that made your heart sing You hopped to the shop and got a ring Felt left out cause all your friends are hooked But now you're at the altar, your goose is cooked You say a prayer, "Lord please give me strength to make it through" Opened up your nervous mouth, slipped and said, "I do" (thinking) "I don't, IdoIdoIdo, I don't I don't, IdoIdo, I don't, I don't" Look you do son, now hurry up and kiss the brizide Peace said the father, cause now the knot is tied -- Digital Underground: "Tie The Knot" 1991 Congrats.
  11. Does anyone know where the scenes at the house was shot (with the pool and mountains in the background)? It looks very similar to where I lived in high school.
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    EU Stats

    For a sec, I thought this was referring to the old go-go group...heh :woot: Doin' da butt!
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    "Concept" samples

    OC - Time's Up: Non-conceptual, non-exceptional Everybody's either crime-related or sexual Released over 10 years ago and still applies. Classic.
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    Allhiphop.com answers Nas' questions

    Lots of memories there, no doubt. I'd like to know what happened to the original pre-Ruthless J.J. FAD with the 5 girls (only 2 went to Ruthless). I like their version of Supersonic better.
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    Holla Back

    it comes up as a text file :hmm:
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    Caption Contest

    It's the newest hip hop fashion trend! It may merge with Nelly's "band aid" accessory. This guy kinda looks like Kool Rock Ski from The Fat Boys. Maybe it's his reality show.
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    Dance or Die

    Here ya go: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MD0RFCHZ
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    el chombo

    Sounds like he's trying to rap with a lot of food in his mouth. :lol:
  19. Don't know what this is on, but it's great! It has different lyrics. http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1LDJCY5C
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    LL: you'll rock remix (vinyl) dangerous (burnt mix - vinyl) candyman - jason's lyric soundtrack
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    Can't Find A Wii

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUJU5d4z1So :lol:
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    Melle Mel just killed 50 Cent.

    50 appeared on THE VIEW once!!! WTF??? He wants old white housewives to listen to his music and watch his movies???
  23. Heh...Wayne wants to be where Jay-Z is, Jay's trying to be like Wayne was. The grass is always greener... :shrug:
  24. Nice! I love Tribe, those videos bring back memories of Yo MTV Raps. Classic.
  25. That's EXACTLY how I feel! And it wasn't only that they listened to all kinds of music, but they were genuine in who they were and didn't follow any trends or copy anyone directly. Each took their influences and created their own sound. Now it's just bitin to make money. I think Weird Al's "White & Nerdy" is a better rap song than what most of these "hip hop artists" put out (notice I didn't use the word "rapper"). That song sure describes me well. :bandana: