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    March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by Orange on Sun Feb 22, 2009 6:57 pm

    The place to share real artists, I don't want to see Akon or T-Pain mentioned in here.

    To start off - Celph Titled > All.
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by texasbball420 on Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:16 pm

    Orange wrote:The place to share real artists, I don't want to see Akon or T-Pain mentioned in here.

    To start off - Celph Titled > All.

    T-Pains tha man... haa.. That guy is a joke. I wonder what he would sound like without the auto-tuner.


    Do you guys like the Roots?
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by Orange on Sun Feb 22, 2009 8:19 pm

    I love the Roots, I'm from Philly so I kind of have to. I think their old albums were much better than the stuff they have put out recently though.
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by texasbball420 on Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:10 am

    Yeah i did not like the Game Theory that much but some of the songs were alright. I also have Home Grown Volumes 1 & 2 and those compilations are good. The Roots Come Alive is a pretty tight CD also., but those are the only albums that I own from them. I really just started listening to them though. What good old albums do they have?
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by Orange on Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:23 pm

    Illadelph Halflife and Things Fall Apart are their two best albums in my opinion.
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by JAY BALLIN' HAWK on Mon Feb 23, 2009 9:42 pm

    Orange wrote:Illadelph Halflife and Things Fall Apart are their two best albums in my opinion.

    great albums. you a philly cat. were the morris twins from kansas recruited by the philly schools? yo, I'm a big underground hip hop fiend. I know a lot of great music. I go to skribble jam in cincinnati every year with some other friends. Well I didn't go last year because the wifey was buggin' and we were in the honey moon stage. ya'll know how women are. but I hope to go this year with her. Right now I'm on that Saigon, MF DOOM, Little Brother, and Miles Bonny.
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    Re: March Madness Official Hip/Hop Discussion

    Post by HuggsTeam on Mon Feb 23, 2009 11:46 pm

    Sorry guys, I am an old man now (52) don't do the hip-hop.
    The closest I've got is Kid Rock- I wanna be a Cowboy. Love that song.
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