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ash trey

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  1. I doubt many people will understand why I feel this way...but Slum Village's Fantastic Vol.2 is one of my favorite albums of all time. There were amazingly smooth beats courtesy of jay Dee and even one from Pete Rock...amazing guest appearances, from the likes of Kurrupt, Q-Tip, DJ Jazzy Jeff himself, Common, Busta Rhymes and D'Angelo...and T3 and Baatin weren't exactly the most complex with their world play or rhyme schemes, but they had a way of rapping with so much style and confidence that even their least profound rhymes would stay stuck in my head for days....and they are ridiculously q
  2. fair enough... But how much better could the album have been if there were beats and rhymes like some of his recent freestyle joints... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zgp4eMpxYY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80FSJEqB9WM&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk1AECO9VHI&feature=related
  3. It's pretty funny and catchy....I'm not in love with it, but I'm not mad at it either!
  4. Aw...Thanks guys!!!..even though I'm studying for two tests coming up 2morrow, it just feels better when it's my birthday..
  5. If I was still 12, this would be my joint...I kinda feel corny listening to this...good to see em put some effort into his rhyming and throwing a few jokes in there though...
  6. Is the new death cab that good? I dig alternative stuff from time to time and really liked the fleet foxes album...
  7. lol is this infinite era eminem? The phrase "rhyme biter crime fighter", suddenly sparked up my memory...
  8. Ok so that was Kool G Rap with poison...this was later cover in the Roots track "BOOM". Someone else do one...
  9. Travis Barker & DJ AM - Fix your face mixtape
  10. eighties...underrated legend, not often talked about here...I'll give you a hint - this verse was used in two different songs (it was covered by a pretty well respected hip hop act in the early 2000s)...points will be awarded to either answer... A mind designed to find a rhyme thats right on time One step beyond and not behind the line That separates dogs from divine Take it as a caution, or a warning sign Whether antonyms, words Im blending them Homonyms, synonyms, good like m&ms With polo and while hes slicing Ill turn the mikes last name into tyson My brain is like a factory
  11. Whatever...it's not like he's going to make good music to accompany this attitude. I would rather listen to Biggie commit sin after sin on record than a conscious soulja boy record....
  12. whoa, a little harsh...just a totally different brand of artists...
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