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#35 - No one's denying that. Hence, you see reporters of other chann…  [+] (1 reply) 01/11/2015 on Fox "News" 0
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#47 - thelastamerican (01/12/2015) [-]
My favorite is MSLSD.
#10 - Hell yeah I have. As soon as Snowgoons put it out it was on r…  [+] (1 reply) 04/15/2014 on Good Guy Hip Hop Producer +1
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#11 - faimbot (04/23/2014) [-]
i just bought the new aotp album, lyrically its probably the best album yet, Esoteric probably killed it better than anyone, every verse just on point.

Beats... I think only 3 or 4 tracks ad great beats, which is a pretty low number, the others just felt repetitive or very similar to one another, (or worse, i felt i'd heard them before).

Unholy terror had amazing beats, and each album always had that one track. That one that sold you on the album. Torture papers has Battle cry, Ritual of battle had Seven, and unholy terror had Godzilla.
This album doesn't really have that, (you can make an argument for Curse of the Pharoahs, or Headless ritual, but they just dont feel like those older tracks).

Beats wise, this was the weakest album by a huge margin, but lyrically its number 1. I still keep Unholy Terror as being their best overall album. I hate to say it, but this could be the worst album?it definitely cant touch Unholy Terror, and its not better than Ritual of Battle, but im on the fence about Torture papers, it was their first album, but they didnt have the massive ensemble they have now, or the beatmakers. But im still enjoying the shit out of it. No Jus Allah whicb is also a shame. But at least it has more Apathy.
#8 - Guru, Hieroglyphics, Slug, KRS-One, Snowgoons, MC Ren, Big L, …  [+] (3 replies) 04/13/2014 on Good Guy Hip Hop Producer +1
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#9 - faimbot (04/13/2014) [-]
You ever heard a song called Raps of the titans? one of my favourites. Has a whole slew of artists you probably never heard of before, but man that track straight up kills it.

I notice celph titled on the list, what about the rest of AOTP? Personally i think hands down, apathy is the greatest on the planet, i would pit him as being the underground version of Eminem, getting both of them on a track would be amazing.

R.A the rugged man is my all time favourite though, he is the real reason i still listen to a lot of rap, first ever underground album i ever bought was his (yes bought) back in 2004. never went back.
#10 - malikkillzit (04/15/2014) [-]
Hell yeah I have. As soon as Snowgoons put it out it was on repeat for ages. Army of the Pharaohs is obviously on my list, one of the hundred groups I probably forgot to mention just like Apathy in rappers. It's like I'm reading my favourites list as you speak hahah. R.A.'s a legend with the multis.
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#11 - faimbot (04/23/2014) [-]
i just bought the new aotp album, lyrically its probably the best album yet, Esoteric probably killed it better than anyone, every verse just on point.

Beats... I think only 3 or 4 tracks ad great beats, which is a pretty low number, the others just felt repetitive or very similar to one another, (or worse, i felt i'd heard them before).

Unholy terror had amazing beats, and each album always had that one track. That one that sold you on the album. Torture papers has Battle cry, Ritual of battle had Seven, and unholy terror had Godzilla.
This album doesn't really have that, (you can make an argument for Curse of the Pharoahs, or Headless ritual, but they just dont feel like those older tracks).

Beats wise, this was the weakest album by a huge margin, but lyrically its number 1. I still keep Unholy Terror as being their best overall album. I hate to say it, but this could be the worst album?it definitely cant touch Unholy Terror, and its not better than Ritual of Battle, but im on the fence about Torture papers, it was their first album, but they didnt have the massive ensemble they have now, or the beatmakers. But im still enjoying the shit out of it. No Jus Allah whicb is also a shame. But at least it has more Apathy.
#6 - It's like I'm reading my diary lel  [+] (5 replies) 04/11/2014 on Good Guy Hip Hop Producer +1
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#7 - faimbot (04/11/2014) [-]
The whore in me is frothing from the genitals.

What kind of artists are you into?
#8 - malikkillzit (04/13/2014) [-]
Guru, Hieroglyphics, Slug, KRS-One, Snowgoons, MC Ren, Big L, Big Pun, Afu-Ra, Kool G Rap, Celph Titled, Akala, Mr. Lif, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Rakim, Canibus, Eminem from the Soul Intent days, Immortal Technique, Lowkey, Lupe Fiasco, Outlandish, Wu-Tang Clan, Eyedea, Akir, AZ, list goes on really. Would take the character count if I plan on finishing it. (Y)
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#9 - faimbot (04/13/2014) [-]
You ever heard a song called Raps of the titans? one of my favourites. Has a whole slew of artists you probably never heard of before, but man that track straight up kills it.

I notice celph titled on the list, what about the rest of AOTP? Personally i think hands down, apathy is the greatest on the planet, i would pit him as being the underground version of Eminem, getting both of them on a track would be amazing.

R.A the rugged man is my all time favourite though, he is the real reason i still listen to a lot of rap, first ever underground album i ever bought was his (yes bought) back in 2004. never went back.
#10 - malikkillzit (04/15/2014) [-]
Hell yeah I have. As soon as Snowgoons put it out it was on repeat for ages. Army of the Pharaohs is obviously on my list, one of the hundred groups I probably forgot to mention just like Apathy in rappers. It's like I'm reading my favourites list as you speak hahah. R.A.'s a legend with the multis.
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#11 - faimbot (04/23/2014) [-]
i just bought the new aotp album, lyrically its probably the best album yet, Esoteric probably killed it better than anyone, every verse just on point.

Beats... I think only 3 or 4 tracks ad great beats, which is a pretty low number, the others just felt repetitive or very similar to one another, (or worse, i felt i'd heard them before).

Unholy terror had amazing beats, and each album always had that one track. That one that sold you on the album. Torture papers has Battle cry, Ritual of battle had Seven, and unholy terror had Godzilla.
This album doesn't really have that, (you can make an argument for Curse of the Pharoahs, or Headless ritual, but they just dont feel like those older tracks).

Beats wise, this was the weakest album by a huge margin, but lyrically its number 1. I still keep Unholy Terror as being their best overall album. I hate to say it, but this could be the worst album?it definitely cant touch Unholy Terror, and its not better than Ritual of Battle, but im on the fence about Torture papers, it was their first album, but they didnt have the massive ensemble they have now, or the beatmakers. But im still enjoying the shit out of it. No Jus Allah whicb is also a shame. But at least it has more Apathy.
#2 - *internet fist bump* WORD UP SON! Didn't think too many would …  [+] (8 replies) 04/11/2014 on Good Guy Hip Hop Producer +1
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#4 - faimbot (04/11/2014) [-]
I am a hip hop whore (mostly underground stuff, cant stand all the garbage out there these days,on tv and radio, so out of them, i'm very limited to what rappers i would consider still beasts)

If you love his beats, buckwild has some similar old school 90's beats. i will admit i do love more modern sounding stuff, like snowgoons, (who use amazing samples but sometimes their kick and snare schemes are usually kinda hollow, and sound cheap) and stoupe the enemy of mankind (hands down the most dedicated and possibly most versatile beat maker of all time.)

I get my blood pumped just talking about hippity hop.
#6 - malikkillzit (04/11/2014) [-]
It's like I'm reading my diary lel
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#7 - faimbot (04/11/2014) [-]
The whore in me is frothing from the genitals.

What kind of artists are you into?
#8 - malikkillzit (04/13/2014) [-]
Guru, Hieroglyphics, Slug, KRS-One, Snowgoons, MC Ren, Big L, Big Pun, Afu-Ra, Kool G Rap, Celph Titled, Akala, Mr. Lif, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Rakim, Canibus, Eminem from the Soul Intent days, Immortal Technique, Lowkey, Lupe Fiasco, Outlandish, Wu-Tang Clan, Eyedea, Akir, AZ, list goes on really. Would take the character count if I plan on finishing it. (Y)
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#9 - faimbot (04/13/2014) [-]
You ever heard a song called Raps of the titans? one of my favourites. Has a whole slew of artists you probably never heard of before, but man that track straight up kills it.

I notice celph titled on the list, what about the rest of AOTP? Personally i think hands down, apathy is the greatest on the planet, i would pit him as being the underground version of Eminem, getting both of them on a track would be amazing.

R.A the rugged man is my all time favourite though, he is the real reason i still listen to a lot of rap, first ever underground album i ever bought was his (yes bought) back in 2004. never went back.
#10 - malikkillzit (04/15/2014) [-]
Hell yeah I have. As soon as Snowgoons put it out it was on repeat for ages. Army of the Pharaohs is obviously on my list, one of the hundred groups I probably forgot to mention just like Apathy in rappers. It's like I'm reading my favourites list as you speak hahah. R.A.'s a legend with the multis.
User avatar
#11 - faimbot (04/23/2014) [-]
i just bought the new aotp album, lyrically its probably the best album yet, Esoteric probably killed it better than anyone, every verse just on point.

Beats... I think only 3 or 4 tracks ad great beats, which is a pretty low number, the others just felt repetitive or very similar to one another, (or worse, i felt i'd heard them before).

Unholy terror had amazing beats, and each album always had that one track. That one that sold you on the album. Torture papers has Battle cry, Ritual of battle had Seven, and unholy terror had Godzilla.
This album doesn't really have that, (you can make an argument for Curse of the Pharoahs, or Headless ritual, but they just dont feel like those older tracks).

Beats wise, this was the weakest album by a huge margin, but lyrically its number 1. I still keep Unholy Terror as being their best overall album. I hate to say it, but this could be the worst album?it definitely cant touch Unholy Terror, and its not better than Ritual of Battle, but im on the fence about Torture papers, it was their first album, but they didnt have the massive ensemble they have now, or the beatmakers. But im still enjoying the shit out of it. No Jus Allah whicb is also a shame. But at least it has more Apathy.
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