Whats the Greatest Beat you've ever heard?

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  1. Geedorah

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  2. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Oh I know..but to me Tim gets more of a pass,since his shit got noticeably worse WHEN he started jacking beats and it was easy to tell the difference. In Dre's case his stuff (well not his) was more creative when he bought beats and passed em off as his.

    But yeah once you get rich you dont get inspired as much, which is death 4 a creative producer.
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  3. ghettonetics

    ghettonetics remember, i got money!!

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    HMMMMMMMM GOOD question op, i cant think of a single beat in particular but off the top of my head...

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  4. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    Definite good look on that Souls "Name I call myself" that and Never No More were prob my favorites on that album.


    Premier in 94 was a God...personally I think only Diamond D was on his level back then. Nobody else at that time could of seen Come Clean in there heads, let alone put it together and made it so incredible.

    On a side note, I need to make a top 10 wasted potential thread cuz i'd def throw Jeru and Opio in that shit...both were destined to be legendary but fell off track somehow.

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    We shoulda got more than 2 ok albums (his 1st 2) and a couple nice soundtrack songs/features from this man.
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    BEEF Z New Member

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  6. SuperNegger

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    Opio's Triangulation Station is a fucking classic, fuck you talking about.

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  7. mambaregime

    mambaregime Midwest Movement

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    It was def his best solo album but classic.... Its barely top 10 in his own crews Helter Skelter catalogue.

    I wouldnt put it near or above any of these real CLASSIC Hiero albums personally.

    Del - No Need For Alarm
    Casual - Fear Itself
    Extra Prolific -Like it Should Be
    Souls - 93 til Infinity
    Del - Both Sides of The Brain
    Del- Wish My Brother George
    Del - Deltron 30/30

    I Wanna throw Full Circle on here but I honestly dont remember liking it or not and I would throw Futue Development in too...but it was pretty trash no matter how sick the title track is/was.


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    After more thought.....Extra Pro and Casual would also make the wasted talent list (waits 4 SuperNag to extoll the virtues of Smash Rockwell).
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  8. SuperNegger

    SuperNegger Toe Tagger Type Negger

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    Hahah, that Opio was made in 2005. The shit you listed is from 1993-1995. Obviously... smh, it's a classic.
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  9. feijoaz

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    when it comes to new shit

    harry fraud>>>>>>
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  10. Minkaveli

    Minkaveli VoKab

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    So tough to pick just five...

    Some that stand out (one by producer)

    Dr Dre-Phone Tap
    DJ Premier-Above The Clouds
    Pete Rock-TROY
    J Dilla-The Light
    Timbaland-Is That Your Chick?
    Hi Tek-Tekzilla
    Statik Selektah-The Rules (Saigon track)
    Scott Storch-Time Is Up (Jadakiss)
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