• Recommend a hip hop artist!

    7 May 2007, 02:02 by bazii

    Hey there, I've been here at for a while, a total of like two years and running into hip hop artists is so much more easier to do then before I ran into this site.

    I have a pretty big library, but if there is a hiphopper you know of that I don't have, or you don't think I have, please share!

    Specifying what albums/tracks that you liked by that artist would be great but please if you don't want to do that you don't have to. I appreciate you sharing the artist already!

    Thanks alot guys, I will edit this journal and show my progress with the artists you guys have shared with me.

    That way, this journal might show up on some artists page, some people see this and I'm not the only one benefiting from it! :)

    Digable Planets
    Brotha Lynch Hung
    Brokin English Klik
    Leaders of the New School - T.I.M.E. (1993)
    Showbiz & A.G. - Runaway Slave (1992)
    Dizzee Rascal - Boy in da Corner (2003)
    Dr. Dooom - First Come, First Served (1999)
  • Recommend an underground rapper!

    15 Nov 2006, 12:50 by Tuplad

    Go ahead, recommend me some rappers I should listen to(+album names).

    Currently recommended:

    3582 (Situational Ethics, The Living Soul)
    Aesop Rock (Appleseed, Music For Earthworms, Daylight, Labor Days, Bazooka Tooth)
    Akala (It's Not A Rumour)
    Artifacts (Between A Rock And A Hard Place)
    Asheru And Blue Black Of The Unspoken Heard (Soon Come)
    Atmosphere (Lucy Ford, God Loves Ugly, Seven's Travels)
    B-Legit (The Hemp Museum)
    Babbletron (Mechanical Royalty)
    Big L (Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous, The Big Picture)
    Binary Star (Masters Of The Universe)
    Black Market Militia (Black Market Militia)
    Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star)
    Block McCloud (Spittin' Image)
    Brotha Lynch Hung (Season Of Da Siccness, 24 Deep)
    Brother Ali (Shadows Of The Sun)
    Buck 65 (Talkin' Honky Blues, Man Overboard, Synesthesia)
    Busdriver (Cosmic Cleavage)
    C-Rayz Walz (Ravipops, Year Of The Beast)
    Cage (Movies For The Blind, Hell's Winter)
  • Wade Waters

    1 Oct 2006, 18:38 by Lecavalier4

    The debut album, "Dark Water," finds SoulStice and Haysoos collaborating with the legendary AZ on the LPs lead-single, "Speak On It" (produced by Analogic) and former Terror Squad member Cuban Link on the smash single Rock Solid (produced by Shuko). In addition, Wade Waters captures the signature sound of D.C./Maryland with the aid of up-and-coming producer Kev Brown, who contributes production on "Thats My." Additional production is handled by Speaks, Bring it Back, and SBE Audiologist. According to Neil Levine, head of Urban Marketing at EMI/Caroline, "Dark Water" is "a classic gem from Wade Waters bringing back real hip hop."