New York Rap

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Created on: 8 Dec 2010
It's straight New York flavour son! Most gully, grimey, dangerous, but also atmospheric & funky streets with accompany of some dope NY joints!

This group was alive back in the day ... but it didn't work out due couple different circumstances.
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What is New York Rap group all about?
Actually it doesn't take much to figure out: decent New York hip-hop.
Can I view the material of the week from the past weeks?
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  • uemce


    18 Jan 2014 Reply
  • Joooozt

    If you looking for something new I got it here. I know he ain't from NY but just listen.

    13 Apr 2013 Reply
  • GRAFFULTRAS started in NY and it will be finished in NY.

    2 Jan 2013 Reply
  • candle94

    yo people! live!

    27 Dec 2012 Reply
  • Foggster

    great to be here...

    11 Oct 2012 Reply
  • dupri666

    visit me...ammmmigos! :3

    24 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Mateolero

    The Real Beat!

    19 Jul 2012 Reply
  • Ariues

    sure it is haha. but not all hip hop is progressively lyrical. ying yang twins vs saigon. there should be a name for the rap that isnt concerned with what non hip hop heads would call song-writing, and one for the kind of rap that is concerned with song-writing.

    1 Mar 2012 Reply
  • sheik1

    hiphop in itself is lyrical, so what other name do you need...

    22 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Ariues

    ha you can tell the person that wrote the descriptions aint american, not that thats an issue. im not from the east. peace n love tho

    1 Jan 2012 Reply
  • Ariues

    why isnt there a name for good lyrical hip-hop? a real official name. the closest i can get is east coast, but not ALL the tight lyricists come from the East.

    31 Dec 2011 Reply
  • hulaka

    Yep I know. Same with me - I just took way too much on my shoulders, hope you understand :) But like I said - I'll try to keep it up.

    6 Mar 2011 Reply
  • azzalix

    Fair enough man, it's a great group but I don't have the time or expertise to run anything like this to be honest and I'm guessing it's roughly the same for most people.

    6 Mar 2011 Reply
  • hulaka

    Oh well, just like I posted below. I got too much work going on right now. When I started this group I thought it will grow and soon or later members will become a part of it. So far nothing really happened. Besides a few people who suggested some stuff from time 2 time, I'm all by myself. Eh, but I'll try to keep it alive as long as I can anyways.

    6 Mar 2011 Reply
  • hulaka

    Hmm, I don't know if making sections about both, modern AND classic CD of the week wasn't too much... well it is now. I'm thinking about making it's just a "NY CD of the week". Without help I just won't keep it up, I got too much stuff going on nowadays.

    28 Feb 2011 Reply
  • Thug_Angell

    no uncle murda?

    25 Feb 2011 Reply
  • NastyMastermind

    You should listen Scarface's Dopeman Music ... even if he is not from New York ...

    24 Feb 2011 Reply
  • sheik1

    okay, i like my hiphop to be raw and gritty. can anyone name a few albums from 2000-2010 that i might like? i didnt like emc and i didnt like talib (just a heads up).

    20 Feb 2011 Reply
  • NastyMastermind

    ... no way that glory days are over but there are so many changes in hip hop in last 20 years and its just hard to follow ... but there are so many good artists only their style is different ... xD

    19 Feb 2011 Reply
  • azzalix

    Really the problem's R'n'B not rap, it's influencing too many artists, and the mainstream wayyyy too much

    19 Feb 2011 Reply
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