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Old 01-13-2010, 11:18 AM   #41 (permalink)
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cmon now eminem is a great rapper regardless of your personal opinion of him
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Old 01-13-2010, 11:37 AM   #42 (permalink)
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I'd buy them a rock album instead.



Jay kay, jay kay.

Killa Mike, I'm not sure on the album. maybe I Pledge Allegiance to the Grind 2. But I'd rather just give this sad person a mixed cd.


Real, Trap Rap, I <3.
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:16 PM   #43 (permalink)
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You motherfuckers are goin on about Eminem and completely forgetting the beastie boys who paved that road waaaaaaaaaay before anyone else. They really brought the culture to a new audience way early in the game.

If you ask me hip hop really commercially and culturally exploded in like 86. Around the time of Paid In Full.

Which is another good suggestion.

Do You Want More??? and Blackstar, as well as PUTS-O.S.T... I think those all really exemplify hiphop and what it has to offer.

Everyone had great answers, besides that one kid who should acquire these albums and report back.
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:23 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Little do you all realize it was a blonde chick fronting a new wave band that brought rap into the mainstream.

I guarantee the first rap/hip hop most of you ever heard was...




Thats 1981 yo!
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:29 PM   #45 (permalink)
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You motherfuckers are goin on about Eminem and completely forgetting the beastie boys who paved that road waaaaaaaaaay before anyone else. They really brought the culture to a new audience way early in the game.

If you ask me hip hop really commercially and culturally exploded in like 86. Around the time of Paid In Full.

Which is another good suggestion.

Do You Want More??? and Blackstar, as well as PUTS-O.S.T... I think those all really exemplify hiphop and what it has to offer.

Everyone had great answers, besides that one kid who should acquire these albums and report back.
Great point about the beastie's, they were in fact a punk band first, so that may appeal to kids that are on the punk/hard rock tip...
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and they played off teen angst in a non-corny way, which only happens like once every 20 years
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Old 01-13-2010, 01:08 PM   #48 (permalink)
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its funny because a lot of punk kids i know are down with nwa big l and biggie smalls.
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The ideals are similar...oppression leads to the need for systematic resistance of the system...The music is just the war cry...
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You motherfuckers are goin on about Eminem and completely forgetting the beastie boys who paved that road waaaaaaaaaay before anyone else. They really brought the culture to a new audience way early in the game.

If you ask me hip hop really commercially and culturally exploded in like 86. Around the time of Paid In Full.
this is true, the beasties took white rap mainstream, em took it to the suburbs

but then again could it be said with some legitimacy that vanilla ice paved the way for the beasties?
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i don't get how one can just like pac or biggie and then no one else.. to each his own though
I do like others, just not very many, I was using those two as the people I would have someone listen to.
I just dont like most rap. I like Snoop, DMX, Ludacriss, Tech N9ne, Eminems old stuff. in general I find anything in hiphop/rap that has been popular in the last 5-10 years is garbage, especialy Lil Wayne, 50 cent, and Soulja boy they should eat a bullet.
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surprised this aint been suggested yet. If Tribe can't catch a normal persons eye who may not have been into hiphop or rap before, I don't know what could.
check post number 6 dawg
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this is true, the beasties took white rap mainstream, em took it to the suburbs

but then again could it be said with some legitimacy that vanilla ice paved the way for the beasties?
the beastie boys have been around WAY longer than vanilla ice
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Little do you all realize it was a blonde chick fronting a new wave band that brought rap into the mainstream.

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Thats 1981 yo!
Except from Rapture, what's that got to do with rap and hip-hop anyway?
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OK im gonna change my answer, everyone cop this album and love it:

Walkin' Large - Riverside Pictures (easily found on google, hint)

Real easy to dive into, they don't put forth too many outrageous ideas/talk about raping your niece.
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the beastie boys have been around WAY longer than vanilla ice
weird i just wikid it yer right

i didnt know licensed to ill was the highest selling rap album of the 80s either, and the first #1 hip hop album on the billboard

so i guess its the other way around beasties paved the way for vanilla

glad i could brush up on my hip hop history
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vanilla ice got moves, though

who remembers his movie?
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no, worse. much worse

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oh wow...lucky for me i was just a shade too young...
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