1. The Roots
2. Wu Tang
4. Gang Starr
6. A Tribe Called Quest
7. Gang Starr
9. N.W.A (If that counts)
When Worst comes to worst is my fav. Also used as "Growing Pains" By luda.
Edit: My bad, it's not 90's I don't think.
Well he's from my home town. gotta shout out those somali's. They are the true modern day gangsters
I like his music, but if you see him in interviews, he seems like a self entitled, spoiled bitch. Question, did he actually grow up in poverty?...
Who has a better discography than Ye?
Imo, blackthought is a better rapper than Kanye too. People don't see it, but he is on a whole...
Yo, is that your website that you link to?
This is the greatest freestyle of all time:
Fuckin loved "handlebars" back in the day, even if it was overplayed. I Want to check this out.
Ohhh jeez. Black Thought comes out amazingly. nice track too, the beat is a little cheezy, but still sounds fine. Hope it has replay value a couple...
I'm honestly not a fan of him at all. The only redeeming factor about his style is that it's original. His lyrics are average, word play and beats...
This is a good question. Ima have to go with Illmatic, because literally every single song on it is extremely good, if not a classic. this might be a...
Easily Big L. He was still super young in his career and had tons of potential as a rapper. I want to hear more of his punchlines.
These two have got mad soul. They make me believe there's a future in hip hop. Both are must listen songs and have never gotten old for me yet....
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