23 Oct 2014, 10:48 de deef1
18 Dic 2012, 18:06 de aaronWHATReleases Ranked: (Heard: 75)
★★★★★ = Dope as fuck.
01. The Thieves Banquet - Akala (Album)
02. 12 Reasons To Die/The Brown Tape - Ghostface Killah (Album)
03. Sound The System - Alborosie (Album)
04. Yessir Whatever - Quasimoto (Compilation)
05. INDIGOISM - The Underachievers (Mixtape)
06. The Grimy Awards - Ill Bill (Album)
07. The Psychic World of Walter Reed - Killah Priest (Double Album)
08. Saaab Stories - Action Bronson (Mixtape)
09. The Maven - K-Rino (Album)
10. Truly Yours - J. Cole (EP)
11. Ringside - Smoke DZA (EP)
12. Hark! - The Doppelgangaz (Album)
13. Damare Shizukani - Ethelwulf (EP)
14. The Lost Scrolls Vol. 1 - J Dilla (EP)
★★★★ = Good, replayable.
15. Doris - Earl Sweatshirt (Album)
16. Jungle Revolution - Congo Natty (Album)
17. Extended Play - Statik Selektah (Album)
18. ESGN (Evil Seeds Grow Naturally) - Freddie Gibbs (Album)
19. Legends Never Die - R.A. the Rugged Man (Album)
20. The Kitchen - Hieroglyphics (Album)
21. Stolen Youth - Vince Staples (Mixtape)
8 Ene 2012, 17:23 de Skam-GRM
6 Dic 2011, 22:49 de WestSideTrippin01. De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
02. 3rd Bass - The Cactus Album
03. Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
04. The D.O.C. - No One Can Do It Better
05. EPMD - Unfinished Business
06. Paris - The Devil Made Me Do It
07. Gang Starr - No More Mr. Nice Guy
08. Special Ed - Youngest in Charge
09. Geto Boys - Grip It! On That Other Level
10. Nice & Smooth - Nice & Smooth
16 Oct 2011, 21:50 de jensyaosequel to http://www.last.fm/user/jensyao/journal/2011/04/07/4bebct_hip_hop_for_new_listeners
Pimps ft. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T./2 Chainz
All Eyez On Me/2Pac
2 Glocks (Feat. Bounty Killa & Wayne Marshall)/2Pac
Str8 Ballin (Feat Danielle Sen/2Pac
Still I Rise/2Pac
"Sleep (Ft. Young Buck, Chamillionaire)"/2pac
Runnin (Feat Notorious B.I.G.)/2Pac
Road 2 Glory/2Pac
Revolution (Feat. Busta Rhymes)/2Pac
Playa Cardz Right (Female) (Ft. Keyshia Cole)/2pac
Me Against The World (Feat DJ Quik/2Pac
Letter 2 the President (Original)/2Pac
Keep Ya Head Up/2Pac
How Do You Want It/2Pac
How Do U Want It (Feat Fatal A/2Pac
Hold On Be Strong (Feat Stretch/2Pac
Help Me Change My Ways/2Pac
For My Niggaz (feat. Storm) (Unreleased)/2Pac
Fight Music (Feat. Xzibit)/2Pac
Fake Ass Bitches remix/2Pac
"Dumpin' (Ft. Hussein Fatal, Papoose, Carl Thomas)"/2pac
I'm alive 2009 /2Pac
21 Questions/50 Cent
You Not Like Me/50 Cent
What Up Gangsta (Instrumental)/50 Cent
15 Ago 2011, 4:11 de gendervariant'First, make a list of your overall top-20 artists. Then, for each of these artists, add the 8 most similar artists to your list. Delete any duplicates, add up the number of entries on your list and this will give you some idea of how eclectic your listening habits are. A score of 9 represents an extremely unvaried musical taste while a 160 represents an extremely varied one.'
1. Faith Evans
2. Mariah Carey
4. Whitney Houston
5. Michael Jackson
6. Alicia Keys
7. Ce Ce Peniston
8. Janet Jackson
10. Brian Culbertson
12. Lyfe Jennings
13. Toni Braxton
14. Body Count
15. En Vogue
19. LL Cool J
20. Jon B.
22. Kelly Price
26. Lil' Mo
30. Leona Lewis
31. Jennifer Lopez
33. Destiny's Child
38. Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes
39. Céline Dion
12 Jun 2011, 10:02 de TrippinKDsource 5 mics
The Record Report is a special feature in the publication in which journalists rate albums. Ratings range from one to five mics', paralleling a typical five-star rating scale. An album that is rated at four-and-a-half or five mics is considered by The Source to be a superior hip hop album. Over the first ten years or so, the heralded five-mic rating only applied to albums that were universally lauded hip hop albums. A total of 44 albums have been awarded five mics; a complete, chronological list is below.
Albums that originally received five mics:
People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm ☆ A Tribe Called Quest
Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em ☆ Eric B. & Rakim
AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted ☆ Ice Cube
One for All ☆ Brand Nubian
De La Soul Is Dead ☆ De La Soul
The Low End Theory ☆ A Tribe Called Quest
Illmatic ☆ Nas
Life After Death (Disc 1) Life After Death (Disc 2) ☆ The Notorious B.I.G.
Aquemini ☆ Outkast
The Blueprint Jay-Z
Stillmatic ☆ Nas
The Fix ☆ Scarface
7 Abr 2011, 8:37 de jensyaohttp://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy199/YaoTheGreat/whatlmao.gif?t=1306392840
Hip Hop is supposed to be about creativity and having a good time, not worrying about what the public has to think about your craft and not being money orientated...and the images from above are from southern hip hop. (David Banner - Ain't Got Nothing)
I made this list a while ago and I left a lot out because it's only the highlights and "new listener friendly" - i.e. I didn't add too many Biggie/Big Pun/Big L tracks due to the ill concepts and cussing. Nor did I add the more famous tracks that everyone seems to know (from N.W.A.'s and Wu-Tang's first album). If I said rap/hip hop was an acquired taste, I would be lying.
10 Nov 2010, 11:35 de tizudyzaeThis is totally a work in progress, and is not based off my last.fm chart.
Rules :- 1 Album Per Artist !
1. Dangerous by Michael Jackson - This album hasn't aged well at all, but it's still my favourite Jackson album. Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, R'n'b, Soul, Dance, it has so many bases covered.
2. Doggystyle by Snoop Dogg - Snoop's most consistent effort to date.
3. Rubber Soul by The Beatles - The only bad track on this whole album is Norweigan Wood, and that isn't that bad really.
4. The Godfather by Nino Rota - The film is garbage of the highest order, but this soundtrack is amazing. Mostly known by the masses for the godfather waltz, the soundtrack is much more than that. The other godfather soundtracks aren't that bad either.
5. Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys - This is probably one of the most unique sounding pop albums of all time, a sound which can't be re-created by anyone even the Beach Boy's themselves. I really like there girls, cars and surf music but it doesn't come close to this.
3 Nov 2010, 19:34 de Flesh-n-BoneI saw a similar journal just earlier today and thought to myself, since I'm a huge west coast hip-hop head and love it so much, it only makes sense that me as a regular west coast rap listener makes a list. In case you're unsure, here's the link to the journal that's my main inspiration: http://www.last.fm/user/Konkapa/journal/2010/10/31/40kz0n_top_10_west_coast_hip_hop_albums
NOTE: No EP(s) are included, which means no "100 Miles and Runnin'", "Kill at Will" or "Kizz My Black Azz".
100. Luniz - Operation Stackola
99. The Pharcyde - Labcabincalifornia
98. Mausberg - Non-Fiction
97. Bloods & Crips - Bangin' On Wax
96. Zion I - Mind over Matter
95. MC Eiht - Death Threatz
94. Too $hort - Shorty The Pimp
93. Freestyle Fellowship - To Whom It May Concern...
92. Mack 10 - Based On A True Story
91. Tha Alkaholiks - Likwidation
90. Ice Cube - Lethal Injection
89. Paris - Sonic Jihad
88. E-40 - In a Major Way
87. Domino - Domino