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Discussion in 'Non-Metal' started by Carpe Mortem, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. CASSETTEISGOD

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    Onyx rules, I love that screwface shit.
     
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    CASSETTEISGOD Harold of the Rocks

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    Oh dear... legitimately good though.
     
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    CASSETTEISGOD Harold of the Rocks

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    It works because they seem genuine.
     
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    I concur, admittedly I was a smidgen worried when it was just 20 or 30 seconds them repeating the song's name. I was pleasantly surprised. Guys have have some superb flow.
     
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    It's an actual beat too (a decent one at that), not the clicky typewriter autism that seems to have infected modern rap.
     
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    This is fun, especially if it's your first introduction to Chip Fu when he comes in with the 2nd verse:


    Also, I've discovered some more female rappers I like:



     
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    Not bad for something recorded while drunk, haha:

     
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    Shadowcast didn't have much of a role in his only single. Though he's the white guy who also recorded as Biggy Smallz as a squeaky kid before some other dude came along calling himself Biggie Smalls.
     
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    What's everyone's favourite rap album(s)?
     
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    Bloodhound Gang - One Fierce Beer Coaster
    Group X - 40 Oz. Slushie
    Onyx - All We Got Iz Us
    Wu-Tang Clan - Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
    Dam Native - Kaupapa Driven Rhymes Uplifted
    Fu-Schnickens - Nervous Breakdown
    Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
     
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    These guys are great:



     
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    :err:

    I thought they were a rock group with some rap influences. Did they record a legitimate rap album or something?

    Awesome list. I love Ultramagnetic MC's especially from this list.
     
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    Bloodhound Gang has quite the genre-bending history. Jimmy and Daddy made a demo as an electronic 2-piece called Bang Chamber 8, playing Depeche Mode-style shit. Then Bloodhound Gang started out as a hip-hop group, although they often used samples of rock songs. Their debut full length has 2 rock covers (1 of a TV theme song, haha), but the other 10 songs are basically all hip-hop.

    Then One Fierce Beer Coaster is where they ran with the rap/rock band idea. Yeah, it's not a hip-hop album, but about 60% of it is rapping and some of my favourite rapping at that. There's a Run-DMC cover and a guest appearance from Vanilla Ice. :tickled:

    Since then they've dialled back the rock to make room for a lot of electronic/dance stuff, but sometimes they're rapping over the top of that as well:



     
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