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    Bluelighter JoeTheStoner's Avatar
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    ^ classic

    remy ma tearin shit up! https://youtu.be/NfMildOgBPo?t=2m8s
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    https://www.change.org/p/nfl-replace...-halftime-show

    culture omgzzzzzzzz

    Andre 3000 should sing the national anthem with Erykah Badu. By sing I mean hit Donald Trump with a FIRE 64 bars.

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    happy with this, first time using a pac acapella... why did it take this long =/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bamos View Post
    I fux heavy with the sample. I like the version of "Dug Infinite & No I.D. - Charms Alarm" cannot find it on the net though, it's mo' gritty, also its only Instrumental
    213 (Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Warren G) they got a track sampling the same source, too called "Another Summer", track bangs!
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    I D G T omg ded rn

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    its nice to relate to diff rap than just trappers, its been a while

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    Two of my favourite (current? nah in general) rappers did a collab

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mysterie View Post
    its nice to relate to diff rap than just trappers, its been a while

    holy shit dude. i would bring up my playlist to show how much i listen to gangster gibbs..... how this missed me is beyond me. thanks for sharinG!!
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    steppin through the smog you know i'm high as shit



    *so blazed early af doin like 400 push ups bangin snoop!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    i bought this gelato just to blaze while bumpin this dolph tape named... GELATO ;p



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    Travis Scott nice
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    Flatbush Zombies, Underachievers, Suicideboys, are a few newer artists in the underground, just about every track is either straight fire, chillin, deep, or amazing. Giving hope to new age artists with all this mumble autotune mainstream bullshit
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    and of course old school Nas, Wu-Tang, Biggie, Mobb deep, Mos Def, Andre, Snoop, Triple 6. The nostalgia looking back... Ahhh
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    ^ yup

    most anticipated album rn

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    Wasn't really feeling the new Kendrick Lamar album, idk why but I was never too into that guy

    havent really been too into rap for a little while now. I'll fuck with The Weeknd and Travis Scott but not for anything lyrical, I just like their sound.

    Migos get some alright beats and make catchy hooks but that's about it IMO

    same deal with Rae Sremmurd

    Future is starting to get old to me, not gonna lie I'd rather listen to Travis Scott anymore

    Drake is still Drake. Awesome lyricist, gets on awesome instrumentals, awesome flow, but he's still Drake. I'm not one to hold someone down for not being "hood" so to speak but at the same time don't start talking all that tough shit either. I liked him better when he wasn't beefing with people. People think Drake "murdered" Meek Mill but apparently nobody told that to people who actually live in the ghetto. At least in Philly.

    Lil Yachty is actually alright to me. He sounds kind of corny (his voices reminds me of Meatwad from ATHF) and doesn't usually say anything overly clever but idk I just dig his songs usually.

    Big Sean always kind of bothered me

    same deal with Fetty Wap but at least he doesn't really try to be a rapper in the traditional sense

    I fuck with Lil Dicky, he is funny

    Not sure how to feel about Lil Uzi Vert. Depends on my mood I guess. Kind of in the same boat as Yachty (pun intended)

    I guess Lil Wayne still raps? It's crazy how long he's been around.

    DJ Khaled is kind of annoying too

    not sure exactly when it happened, but it seems like rap music is basically 99% about instrumentals anymore. Not that I'm even opposed to the producers getting their just dues, because I always thought the instrumentals were more important, but very rarely do I find myself going "damn, that was a hot line" when listening to rap music

    funniest line I've heard this year is from the iSpy song with Lil Yachty and Kyle (that's really the name he's going with?) Kyle says

    Boy is good and he knows it
    He don't say it he shows it
    I am just like DeRozan
    if I shoot it it goes in

    then again, I'm also a sucker for NBA references in rap songs
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    Awesome! Rick Ross Ft Nas - Triple Beam Dreams 
    https://youtu.be/1q8SWy6qWyk

    Funny Rick Ross used to be a correctional officer in a Florida prison and now singing about the drug dealer life!
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    a boss like ross drippin sauce.

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    got so high last night i did a show on mars

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    Dolph really makes motivational music for street niggas and i wont stop till i get to where hes at. Respect, from kenya
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