Discussion in 'Overtime: Off-Topic Discussion' started by SuperNegger, Dec 24, 2012.
The Barrelhouse LP | Swerve
my guess is that the op doesn't listen to shit music
ur just asking to be negged
seriously u listen to garbage
tbh Supernegger's probably listened to more albums this year than you have in your lifetime. Stop hating man, there are some great albums in this list, enjoy the music!!!
rick ross- rich forever> 90% of the list
Rare chandeliers is top 5 of the year
Yeah, most the time you just have to listen long enough to get the style/cadence/ideas that the artist is trying to convey. Dope album overall.
Honestly, never thought to give it a listen. That's all.
Dope, I'll have to check it out, thanks. Northern California holds a mass of good talent.
Word is bond, my word is my bond.
Haha, good one. Next....!
Def a top contender... shit's got plenty of dope tracks.
I don't get how yall can hate on someone post music that you proboly have never heard with some jams that you definatly had. Allot of that stuff is underground music so not everyone would have heard that. When cats start dissing people for listen to underground hip hop you gotta wonder whats wrong in hip hop.
i forgot that white people still listen albums... in the streets mixtapes are wuts listened to
Willy, come on now... you know this my man... no one is refuting this.
There is plenty of mixtapes mixed throughout this entire list. I don't like Mixtape in the title, so I remove it . Good mixtapes are some of the best shit all year, it's damn near album quality. That Fashawn tape is one of my favorites of the year. That Gilbere Forte fire too...
history will absolve me is the best album of 2012
Yeah, that's a solid album. I might go through and add 'must not miss' highlights in red.
I think it's people watch(imagery) hip-hop instead of hearing(actually listening to) it. These same forum kids will watch full season DVDs of shit cartoons, know each episode verbatim, view them for hours on end over and over. Same kids only listen to the radio, get forced fed shit and catch a few rap battles all the while considering themselves hip-hop fans, it's fairly embarrassing to hear them go on and on about hip-hop.
The best are the kids that listen to a handful of "singles" through-out the year and hold some sort of crown of hip-hop knowledge while talking about hip-hop music. I've heard it all too often about how they "listen to the best hip-hop has to offer", then go in on a conversation about Meek Mill, Wayne, Birdshit, Jeezy... T.I., hell even Nikki. Sure, I'm not saying these people aren't good at what they do, and I don't blindly hate their entire catalogs(on some superficial shit) just because they are the highest paid/most popular artists of a particular genre, but are they honestly the best that hip-hop has to offer?
Some have got to open their minds and expand their tastes a bit. Hip-hop is an extremely vast genre and, like any other genre, has it's good and bad artists. But to wallow in mediocrity because it's currently the most acceptable and the most popular idea at the time? I can't do that. I didn't make this list to further inform others about everything they already get force fed/hear/see all over the networks, this list is to try and help others expand their ears/minds into what hip-hop actually is as a whole. Not just ignorantly magnify one tiny little niche of what hip-hop is, into ALL hip-hop is or should/can be.
in b4 tl;dr
Thanks was looking for a list of 2012 music that went under my radar.
Some albums not on that list I enjoyed this year were, though you covered most the better ones I did like.
7evenThirty - Heavens Computer
Archetype - Red Wedding
D-Sisive - Jonestown 3
Dujeous - Day In Day Out
Hilltop Hoods - Drinking From The Sun
Journalist 103 - Reporting Live
Luck-One & Dekk - Beautiful Music Pt 2
Relic - Miles To Go
Sol - Yours Truly
The Knowmads - The Knewbook
@SuperNegger if Snowy can't add many it must be a good list.
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