and 90s. From 2pac, Lauryn Hill, Big L, Nas and MJ where music had more soul and meaning and more effort. Too bad most of this century is bearing the rap we hear today about pointless crap like fake booties & poppin endless bottles
for both the alternative rock and hip-hop worlds. Both movements were spearheaded by creative and idiosyncratic pioneers that were bringing outsider perspective to the mainstream. Though there are still creative artists in hip-hop today, I would argue the early 90s was the most...
I remember when wasn't samples n electral musik with autotunebullfukinshit in the world. Old School hiphop begun 1995 n crashed down at 2005 here in Finland. I never felt good after that, i was thinking had it been more better before that since i was just 10 years. Well 3 years...
record on the radio! I will be 47 but was 10 years old. My uncles had a dj crew called 'Unlimited Power' and they did a block party on Branch Avenue and it was huge, so many people! When my Uncle Aaron put on Rapper's Delight! Everyone sang it in unison there had to be at least...
Dr. Dre& snoop Dog
LL Cool J
Tribe called Quest
House of pain
Lords of the underground
(And dj clue , funk master flex, rr mix tapes, hot...
that lives in upstate new York and I keep my style old school. this mainstream hip hop has lost its passion....where's the stories? the poetic punchlines? that's why I pray that if I make it big time I'll keep it original