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Dez 24 2013, 4h14 por doesntexist420So, the year is almost over and I think it's about time to declare which music made me aroused and titillated the most in the past 12 months. I prefer aural stimulation over the voyeuristic kind so therefore "artists" such as Katy Perry or Miley Cyrus who sold a buttload of albums and downloads will not be making the list, because the only thing those women were good at was sucking a mean cock.
Anyway, now that that distinction's been made, it's time to look back at 2013, a year I'd rather run on a treadmill made of nails for 12 consecutive months than have to repeat. But there was glorious music to be heard. As anyone who is a music fan can attest to, 2013 had it's ups and downs, disappointments and those who fired large on all cylinders. And this list is for those who turned in beasts of performances and refused to fall to the wayside in a fiery act of terrorism. First will be the songs, then the albums.
13 SONGS TO LISTEN TO OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER
Dez 18 2012, 18h06 por 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)
Mar 21 2012, 6h29 por SometimeWorldStill just brainstorming for a bigger thing.
#10 Main Source - Breaking Atoms
I fought with myself to slide "Madvillainy" or "Black On Both Sides" into this number 10 spot. But as much as I love the both of those I guess I'm just a sucker for the classic 90's sound found on this album and the nine that follow it. Kicking the list off is this classic from one of my personal favourite beat-makers, Large Professor. He just has a way with what he does that is just classic. The highlight for me being "Vamos A Rapair", with it's funky ass beat. Whenever I pull this one out I have vivid memories of watching through The Wire for the first time. Must have been a couple of nights there where I was marathoning through Season 4, listening to this each night beforehand and getting in the mood to watch that bad motherfucker Marlo and those poor kids' struggles haha. Having said that, the album isn't faultless by any stretch. …
Out 18 2011, 20h21 por pex10/10 c l a s s i c
The Roots - Undun
Label: Def Jam
Release Date: December 6, 2011
Features: Big K.R.I.T., Phonte, Dice Raw, Greg Porn etc.
9,5/10 a w e s o m e
CunninLynguists - Oneirology
Label: Rbc Records
Release Date: March 22, 2011
Features: Anna Wise, Big K.R.I.T., Freddie Gibbs, Tonedeff etc.
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Big K.R.I.T. & Grillade - The Wuz Here Sessions
Label: Love Letters Ink
Release Date: February 7, 2011
9/10 f a b u l o u s
Rashad and Confidence - The Element Of Surprise
Out 16 2011, 21h50 por 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
Ago 12 2011, 5h23 por ggnomeprojecthttp://i463.photobucket.com/albums/qq353/mew10t/firstnamewu-tanglastnameforever.jpg
First name: Wu-Tang. Last name: Forever.
Ol' Dirty Bastard was a rock star. Rappers don’t OD—rock stars OD—because rappers tend to get shot before they have the chance. That, and often, the only drugs rappers can afford is weed after buying all those shiny useless things and “making it rain.” But ODB didn’t have a lot of shiny useless things. He had a lot of children (thirteen), coke, and Tramadol. Also, the first two initials in his name—OD. Let’s face it, ODB had to OD.
Of course, drug abuse and psychological issues weren’t his only friends. He also had the RZA, the GZA/Genius, Method Man, Raekwon, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killa. Together, they formed the Wu-Tang Clan in the early 90s, created one of the most classic rap debuts ever, and followed with numerous critically and/or commercially acclaimed group and solo efforts, creating a lasting cultural impact.
Abr 7 2011, 8h37 por 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.
Abr 2 2011, 12h48 por Blue_Keyno bullshit, no long intro, let's just get to the listing. No particular order of greatness or favorite.
AZ on "Life's A Bitch"- from Nas Illmatic
"Visualisin the realism of life and actuality
Fuck who's the baddest a person's status depends on salary
And my mentality is, money orientated
I'm destined to live the dream for all my peeps who never made it
cause yeah, we were beginners in the hood as five percenters
But somethin must of got in us cause all of us turned to sinners
Now some, restin in peace and some are sittin in San Quentin
Others such as myself are tryin to carry on tradition
Keepin the schwepervesence street ghetto essence inside us
Cause it provides us with the proper insight to guide us
Even though, we know somehow we all gotta go
but as long as we leavin thievin we'll be leavin with some kind of dough
so, and to that day we expire and turn to vapors
Fev 11 2011, 22h00 por TheTom28930