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Old 05-08-2009, 07:20 PM   #41
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The 4 elements of hip hop that I know:

Lyrics (emcing)
DJing
Graffiti art
Break Dancing
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Old 05-08-2009, 08:24 PM   #42
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The 4 elements of hip hop that I know:

Lyrics (emcing)
DJing
Graffiti art
Break Dancing
Add beat box to that.

There is ALOT of really good artist's out there.
Quick list. Anyone on QN5 music, All of the Rhymesayers, Sage Francis, Little Brother, Buck 65, Murs. Just to name a few. Their out there making some of the best hiphop keeping everything new and fresh.
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Add beat box to that.

There is ALOT of really good artist's out there.
Quick list. Anyone on QN5 music, All of the Rhymesayers, Sage Francis, Little Brother, Buck 65, Murs. Just to name a few. Their out there making some of the best hiphop keeping everything new and fresh.
All of Stone's Throw label too!
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Busta
Craig Mack
Wutang
KRS One
Nas

Just to name a few, if it was not for the old school rappers hip hop would be dead today, i really do not know what to classify the newer gen stuff other then it sucks 99.9% of it!
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Busta
Craig Mack
Wutang
KRS One
Nas

Just to name a few, if it was not for the old school rappers hip hop would be dead today, i really do not know what to classify the newer gen stuff other then it sucks 99.9% of it!
It's out there you just have to look. But you are right must of the stuff you that is easily acessable today(on radio or tv)is very watered down.
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Old 05-09-2009, 02:35 AM   #46
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my top 10

1.rakim
2.nas
3.jay z
4.krs one
5.biggie
6.pos and dave from de la soul
7.mos def
8.big pun
9.big daddy kane
10.kool g rap

honorable mention

slick rick
keith murray
scarface

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Old 05-09-2009, 02:45 AM   #47
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let's see everyone's most underrated mc's.

royce da 5'9"
little brother
inspectah deck
mc lyte
grand puba


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Old 05-09-2009, 02:49 AM   #48
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The 4 elements of hip hop that I know:

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DJing
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don't forget the fashion.
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Old 05-09-2009, 02:57 AM   #49
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too often we forget the pioneers of hip hop...

kool herc
grandmaster caz/cold crush brothers
grandmaster flash and the furious 5
grandwizard theodore and the fantasic 5
the L brothers
the funky 4 plus 1 w/dj breakout & baron
pete dj jones
disco king mario
chief rocker busy bee

i could go on and on.








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Throw the Juice Crew in there. I also think people sleep on Ice T. Freedom of Speech Watch What You Say was a killer album.
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:31 AM   #51
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Underrated gotta go with ToneDeff, Esoteric, OneBelo (Onemanarmy).
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Old 05-09-2009, 03:51 AM   #52
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My most underrated has to be Joe Budden! WTF was Def Jam thinking????
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I dont listen to hip hop alot so i was wondering whats the difference between hip hop and rap?
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I dont listen to hip hop alot so i was wondering whats the difference between hip hop and rap?
Rap is a part of Hip Hop! Hip Hop is a culture! Rap is part of that culture! Just like a poster above mentioned, along with rap, there is Beatboxing, Breakdancing, Graffiti Art, DJing and a couple others! This is all Hip Hop Culture!
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Rap is a part of Hip Hop! Hip Hop is a culture! Rap is part of that culture! Just like a poster above mentioned, along with rap, there is Beatboxing, Breakdancing, Graffiti Art, DJing and a couple others! This is all Hip Hop Culture!
I was just wondering im a metal head! The closest thing to rap/hiphop is Brokencydethat i listen too!





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I was just wondering im a metal head! The closest thing to rap/hiphop is Brokencyde!





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any Quik fans?
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you like Brokencyde?
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you like Brokencyde?
LOL I was doing that cause you added me on PSN! I watched that youtube vid man and that definitely isn't my style, but its what you like and I respect it! I'm not the type to downtalk a genre of music! I listen to Rock also, but not that Heavy Rock!
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LOL I was doing that cause you added me on PSN! I watched that youtube vid man and that definitely isn't my style, but its what you like and I respect it! I'm not the type to downtalk a genre of music! I listen to Rock also, but not that Heavy Rock!
ok then im not the person to dis other peoples music either and i respect all kinds too, so we will have to play some RE5 sometime...
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