What is the greatest hip-hop album ever?

Aaron Barnes
Aaron Barnes

What is the greatest hip-hop album ever?

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Jace Jenkins
Jace Jenkins

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Jaxson Cook
Jaxson Cook

Well established fact

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Parker Perez
Parker Perez

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Lincoln Perry
Lincoln Perry

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Ethan Brooks
Ethan Brooks

Paid in Full

Noah Morris
Noah Morris

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Benjamin Hall
Benjamin Hall

TPAB

Julian Flores
Julian Flores

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Ian Russell
Ian Russell

niggas actually believe this lmao

Colton Moore
Colton Moore

this but unironically

Lucas Johnson
Lucas Johnson

not the best, but massivley underrated.
unparalleled flow chemistry and solid production

Jack Sanchez
Jack Sanchez

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Nathaniel Wright
Nathaniel Wright

I think Madvillainy has too much influence and importance to be ignored as the probable best

Cooper Perry
Cooper Perry

Stankonia's better

Jeremiah Price
Jeremiah Price

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Leo Clark
Leo Clark

I keep going back to MBDTF trying to understand why anyone would consider it among the best albums hip-hop has to offer, when Kanye alone has better albums suited for that like TCD or LR, hell even the last edit of Pablo is better than MBDTF.

This list is almost on point though I would take out TPAB and include some Outkast album.

Asher Lee
Asher Lee

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John Myers
John Myers

The more hip-hop I listen to the more genius this album becomes. There's so many different sounds and the interplay between the MCs make it still sound fresh decades later. Most hip-hop just sounds monotone in comparison.

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Asher Barnes
Asher Barnes

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Jaxson Thompson
Jaxson Thompson

Tariq Nasheed - Wash Yo Ass

Landon Hill
Landon Hill

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Nathan Anderson
Nathan Anderson

Objectively.

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Daniel White
Daniel White

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Austin Rodriguez
Austin Rodriguez

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Asher Ross
Asher Ross

I know everyone likes this but you don't often see it named as one of the best ever. It deserves it.

Nothing wrong with 2/3 of those albums.

Serious contender.

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Isaiah Stewart
Isaiah Stewart

Mostly coming down the production, I don't know of any other mainstream hip-hop album with such lush production, and the rock influences are implemented in a tasteful way.
That being said, I have the exact same problem with 36 Chambers. Just can't get into Wu-Tang at all. I love OutKast and ATCQ, but I am not able to sit through a single Wu-Tang album. Might be the fact I'm not a native speaker so don't pick up lyrics on-the-fly.

Ryan Scott
Ryan Scott

Fuck off rym-asslicker

Chase Ross
Chase Ross

This

Cameron Price
Cameron Price

easy

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Dominic Ward
Dominic Ward

DORITOS

Bentley Ward
Bentley Ward

It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold us Back.

Christian Flores
Christian Flores

CHEETOS AND FRITOS

Juan Rogers
Juan Rogers

This is pretty LIT.

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Benjamin Young
Benjamin Young

Either of these

These are awesome

Overrated

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Wyatt Reyes
Wyatt Reyes

maybe

Mason Jackson
Mason Jackson

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Landon Taylor
Landon Taylor

You already posted it OP

Christian Wright
Christian Wright

Aww shucks, thanks for agreeing

Joseph Hughes
Joseph Hughes

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Ryan Sanders
Ryan Sanders

remove the first 2 and you'd be correct :)

Angel Johnson
Angel Johnson

I share a board with people with opinions like these
Madvillainy is great but I don't think it's possible to argue the other two come anywhere close to 36 Chambers and Illmatic.

Caleb Rodriguez
Caleb Rodriguez

I would never consider anything produced after 1987 to be great. Hip-hop died after NWA imo

Zachary Moore
Zachary Moore

memes

Benjamin Evans
Benjamin Evans

correct answer

James Clark
James Clark

(you have to be severely retarded to hold this opinion seriously)

Sebastian Jenkins
Sebastian Jenkins

36 chambers, ATLiens or maybe Stankonia, MBDTF, Illmatic and this should all be in the conversation

honrable mention to Supreme Clientele

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Matthew Howard
Matthew Howard

link?

Christian Stewart
Christian Stewart

dont @ me

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Lucas Perry
Lucas Perry

lol canibus sucks dick

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Nicholas Morales
Nicholas Morales

ABU!

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Justin Rodriguez
Justin Rodriguez

It's OB4CL you nerds

Jack Anderson
Jack Anderson

easy

Juan Williams
Juan Williams

this is a mixtape and isn't hip-hop

Aiden Sanchez
Aiden Sanchez

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Samuel Long
Samuel Long

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Justin Powell
Justin Powell

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Christian Brooks
Christian Brooks

OBJECTIVE FUCKING/10 RATING INCOMING
7/10
8/10
6/10
9/10
8/10
Lmao/10 (3/10)
Lmao/10 (-10/10)
This looks good.
9/10
5/10
5/10
10/10
9/10
7/10
7/10
6/10

I probably missed a bunch of text posts.

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Aiden Evans
Aiden Evans

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Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas

TLOP

Jose Sanchez
Jose Sanchez

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Nathaniel Martin
Nathaniel Martin

mixtapes count in the discussion because they are collections of music and why do you say its not hip hop

Logan Turner
Logan Turner

this is a personal favourite but their albums are nowhere near consistent enough to be all-time greats

Jace Sanders
Jace Sanders

yeah this

James Collins
James Collins

popping? what are we popping?

Ayden Brooks
Ayden Brooks

iffy, uh

Aaron Wright
Aaron Wright

Can confirm

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Brayden Torres
Brayden Torres

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Noah Brooks
Noah Brooks

No your just a mark. Early canibus had the entire industry on his dick

Joshua Gomez
Joshua Gomez

Lmao/10 (-10/10)
silly(iffy) nigga detected

Aiden Brown
Aiden Brown

don't mind me just being the best hip-hop album

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Evan Collins
Evan Collins

not even dre's best album

Cooper Wilson
Cooper Wilson

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Austin Perez
Austin Perez

56% / 100

Colton Fisher
Colton Fisher

An emerging art form got turned into niggery and yo i gots dis stuff. NY hip hop from the 70s and 80s shits all over the fucking nigger criminal garbage

Chase Brooks
Chase Brooks

lyrical content dictates quality of music

shut the fuck up brainlet, I'll give you De La Soul because they were better than anything that came at least 15 years after but don't even try

Caleb Reyes
Caleb Reyes

I've never properly looked at this album cover before, man it's fucking creepy

Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey

Oh? Jazz, bebop and blues inspired music is better than 3 second looped "beats" with absolute garbage vocals and lyrics on top?

I'll give you something, I totally forgot Low End Theory was a 90s release not late 80s. After that you could definitely call the genre dead

Grayson Reed
Grayson Reed

It cant be too bad if tommy Wright III is on it

Cameron Harris
Cameron Harris

Seriously pit that basic shit against most classic hip-hop albums from the 00's and 10's - of course they're essential but most of them are horrendously dated and don't hold a candle whatsoever to the intricacies of the production of a solid modern hip-hop album.
It's not their fault either, we've just moved on, your favourites are antiquated, we're all tired of them

Asher Harris
Asher Harris

muh production
Polished turds

Henry Green
Henry Green

ahh yes I'll just relax to this inferior music while I enjoy all these wholesome lyrics which make the music better because it's wholesome and not degenerate at all
come out your shelter you fucking child

Jason Gutierrez
Jason Gutierrez

Wait, you actually like the final version of Pablo? It's dogshit, the original release has so much more charm to it. And I don't tucking know what the fuck you're going on about, MBTDF is his best hands down

Jaxon King
Jaxon King

Debate with me

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Matthew Gonzalez
Matthew Gonzalez

Production isn't anything special that hasn't already been done before, and he is a decent rapper but he pitch shifts his fucking voice too much, not to mention his voice is garbage anyway

Jack Moore
Jack Moore

Hey, Anthony

James Ross
James Ross

the production is the biggest redeeming factor of this album

Grayson Jackson
Grayson Jackson

Can't say I'm a fan of it

Carson Taylor
Carson Taylor

Either this or Aceyalone's Book of Human Language.

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Jaxon Ross
Jaxon Ross

hilarious how youngfags actually think to pimp a butterfly has ANYTHING on 36 chambers.

William Watson
William Watson

Not a huge Kendrick fan, but 36 Chambers is boring as fuck.

Jayden Howard
Jayden Howard

No 36 chambers is classic from the instant you hear BRING DA MUTHAFUCKIN RUCKIS

Nathaniel Rogers
Nathaniel Rogers

oblivion access is better

Camden Sullivan
Camden Sullivan

I wish it brought a ruckus. Everything from the production to the rapping falls so flat for me.

Dominic Smith
Dominic Smith

So much better than Illmatic too

Camden Gray
Camden Gray

Not really. I enjoyed Illmatic much more, the production side of things isn't nearly as one-dimensional and I like Nas' timbre and rhymes more than anybody from Wu Tang.

Jose Hernandez
Jose Hernandez

If you say so, personally I think I may stand for everything you don't stand for, we might be natural born enemies

Eli Gomez
Eli Gomez

Let's fuck.

Benjamin Reyes
Benjamin Reyes

I'd rather not, I'm asexual

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson

The Documentary

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Nolan Lewis
Nolan Lewis

My second choice

Parker Fisher
Parker Fisher

More like assexual.

Liam Barnes
Liam Barnes

correct
shook ones pt. II greatest beat OAT
underrated

Oliver Campbell
Oliver Campbell

Not even a fucking competition

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Nicholas Brooks
Nicholas Brooks

fucking checked

David Baker
David Baker

College Dropout is leagues above

Camden Johnson
Camden Johnson

Seconding this

Gabriel Jenkins
Gabriel Jenkins

Pinata

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Jaxon Campbell
Jaxon Campbell

These are worthy contenders for best hip-hop album of all time.

you're retarded

Joseph Fisher
Joseph Fisher

thirding

Brayden Robinson
Brayden Robinson

Don't ever reply to me again

Ryan Harris
Ryan Harris

user, I will defend you here because Hello Nasty has way too many bangers to be overlooked. I'd say it's their second best to Paul.

Josiah Harris
Josiah Harris

white boys actually believe this lmao

fix'd

Jacob Garcia
Jacob Garcia

realistically michete is changing the game.

youtube.com/watch?v=hFGr92HzSBE

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Easton Miller
Easton Miller

shut the fuck up white boy, hip hop was barely what we know it to be today back in the 70s, MCs where literally just a prop for the DJ who was the star of the show, you probablly believe it was all the message (wich is quite honestly a disgrace of a trcak as they cut the Grandmaster from it).

Lyricism wasnt even a thing until maybe BDP, styles and flows where everything

Benjamin Morris
Benjamin Morris

this

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Brody Howard
Brody Howard

It's no contest. Every song is rape the replay worthy, and every song is different.

Tyler Robinson
Tyler Robinson

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Justin Perry
Justin Perry

Same old boring choices.

Mobb Deep - Hell on Earth or Kill the Vultures - S/T

Solid pick

Joseph Brown
Joseph Brown

What a wild ride, wonder what he'd be doing now if he hadn't died.
Well he probably would have gotten himself killed another way so it was only a matter of time

Cooper Sullivan
Cooper Sullivan

My picks

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Elijah Gray
Elijah Gray

nobody has posted this yet

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Jackson James
Jackson James

there isnt a single bad song on this album

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John Sanchez
John Sanchez

this is one of my favorites

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Carter Cook
Carter Cook

It's better than Bizarre Ride II

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Noah Kelly
Noah Kelly

generic trap
It's all bad

Xavier Collins
Xavier Collins

cause generic boom bap is sooooo much better

Carson Ward
Carson Ward

correct

Ian Green
Ian Green

yikes

Cameron Collins
Cameron Collins

trap aint bad, neither is boom bap, quit being bitches, theres good shit in both styles, sub-genres or whatever you wanna call them, and yes a lot of 90s boom bap tracks sound as simmilar amongst eachother as modern trap songs

Mason Reyes
Mason Reyes

Shut up

Jordan Wood
Jordan Wood

ok

Robert Collins
Robert Collins

not saturation 2

fuck you

Christian Bennett
Christian Bennett

I fucking hate this board sometimes

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John Russell
John Russell

Based

Kill Yourself

Leo Flores
Leo Flores

mad white boys, as always

Luke Collins
Luke Collins

Good underground album but not the best, it has some lows.

Cameron Phillips
Cameron Phillips

I'm a proud CHIcANO for your information, whitey

Isaiah Hill
Isaiah Hill

entonces vas y chingas a toda tu puta madre

Luis Jones
Luis Jones

Google Translate
TRISTE!

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Chase Hall
Chase Hall

ningun google translate compita, yo si se hablar español, los traductores son para ustedes los goblinos, yo soy tapatio

Andrew Rivera
Andrew Rivera

Not him but that wasn't g translate

Hudson Rogers
Hudson Rogers

Freeze.

At ease.

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Dylan Hill
Dylan Hill

nah, it makes for a good listen but is no way near the best hip hop album in history

William Moore
William Moore

its an essential g funk album but not the best

Brayden Foster
Brayden Foster

the only answer

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Mason Johnson
Mason Johnson

yeah, but, and this is my personal opinion, G funk just dosent seem so important to hip hop as a whole to me, sure it had its moment in the spotlight and it is a good subgenre with lots of good rappers, captured a whole different mindset to what it was produced up until that time, but is too dated to have any record to be considered the greatest of all times for me

Noah Rodriguez
Noah Rodriguez

Best One yet

These are good too

Jeremiah Perry
Jeremiah Perry

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Noah Murphy
Noah Murphy

youtu.be/MyXe-ZIyTR8

Adam Campbell
Adam Campbell

Couldn't really get into these.

Matthew Stewart
Matthew Stewart

This is better:
youtu.be/KqWrU4cK97o
(listen to an actual version, like most youtube uploads the audio quality is shit).

Logan Johnson
Logan Johnson

Kanye anywhere in the top 1000...

Luis Reed
Luis Reed

How many posts in are we and no one posted this? This is probably even better than Showbiz, flawless album, better than your current favourite:
youtu.be/PCG53XU4Cg4

Benjamin Sanders
Benjamin Sanders

Can't believe everybody skipped over this fire shit

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Jordan Wright
Jordan Wright

youtu.be/3nvEp_B_GVY
Or Slaughtahouse. Easily best concept albums and up their with the best overall.
Weabs are kicking themselves for not knowing this exists.
youtube.com/watch?v=9_tvwsXbfl4

Jose Green
Jose Green

Best album you've never heard:
youtu.be/JtZov-LLl7A

Isaac Rogers
Isaac Rogers

Another one you missed:
youtu.be/s_wG8VGMY-4

Joseph Powell
Joseph Powell

youtube.com/watch?v=77qWA2DSqWM&list=PLK9R8P1ev0VL7VkZ6nxzomu9rpsW67gDY

Jackson Harris
Jackson Harris

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also it's either this or

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Jaxson Long
Jaxson Long

contenders

super overrated
overrated but def great

just listen to 36mafia
not that good
not hh

Robert Perry
Robert Perry

mine is the actual best, i win

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Juan Martinez
Juan Martinez

nobody has posted Black on Both SIdes yet

Xavier Myers
Xavier Myers

Thirded

Cooper Johnson
Cooper Johnson

way too good for mu, they are all nas whiteboy fagz

Camden Watson
Camden Watson

Rarely listen to hip hop anymore but I still fucking love Eyedea

Good choices

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Samuel Perez
Samuel Perez

yep

Nolan Cruz
Nolan Cruz

woooooosh

Nathan Hill
Nathan Hill

not even greatest common album

Nathan Flores
Nathan Flores

white Sup Forums fagboy groupthink: the album

Jackson Lewis
Jackson Lewis

MF DOOM fan's MF DOOM

Christopher Edwards
Christopher Edwards

this is the samefag that unironically thinks trout mask replica as the greatest album ever made

Robert Campbell
Robert Campbell

youtube.com/watch?v=BuMBmK5uksg

youtube.com/watch?v=x4lTfBAI8lY

GTFO

Matthew Edwards
Matthew Edwards

I'm with you but It is not greatest

Blake Morgan
Blake Morgan

hi, i'm white and i read pitchfork: the album

Jack Allen
Jack Allen

(checked)
contenders, arguable

the real goat

Parker Murphy
Parker Murphy

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Henry Campbell
Henry Campbell

underage

Brody Hill
Brody Hill

Stepfather Factory is El-P at his peak imo

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Colton Perez
Colton Perez

I would say the Low End Theory is better, but Midnight Marauders is still great. Electric Relaxation is one of my favourite songs of all time.

Dylan Howard
Dylan Howard

yes

maybe

Cameron Gray
Cameron Gray

To be fair, you really have to have a high IQ to appreciate Captain Beefheart and any samples derived from their albums.

Nolan Morales
Nolan Morales

The album that birthed all soundcloud rap right now

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Zachary Brown
Zachary Brown

ruining your hip hop music with rapping

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Jace Fisher
Jace Fisher

not even the best del project

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Asher Parker
Asher Parker

GET READY FOR A LOT OF FUN AND EXCITEMENT

Isaac Rodriguez
Isaac Rodriguez

cosmic assassins is the only good track
hotsauce in the dickhole with d-styles is better

Henry Barnes
Henry Barnes

Miles Davis said that he never got tired of listening to Paul's Boutique. Later, in a Vibe interview of all three Beastie Boys, Chuck D of Public Enemy was quoted as saying that the "dirty secret" among the black hip-hop community at the time of release was that "Paul's Boutique had the best beats."

Carter Johnson
Carter Johnson

literally the postmodern Paid in Full

Juan Young
Juan Young

Hip-Hop died after Enter the Wu-Tang/Midnight Maruders

Isaiah Morgan
Isaiah Morgan

Five on my back just because I'm black. Can't walk in the park just because I'm dark
youtube.com/watch?v=refTxvsUUnU

Eli Hughes
Eli Hughes

New York, NJ, N.C., VA
Oaktown, L.A., San Fran, St. John
Beats, Rhymes, and Life is the real goat

Anthony Gutierrez
Anthony Gutierrez

Public Enemy: It Takes A Nation Of Millions (Def Jam, 1988)
cLOUDDEAD: cLOUDDEAD (2001)
Erik B & Rakim: Paid In Full (1987)
Dalek: Negro Necro Nekros (1998)
Wu Tang Clan: Enter the Wu-Tang (1993)
Afrika Bambaata: Beware (Tommy Boy, 1986)
Cannibal Ox: The Cold Vein (2001)
De La Soul: 3 Feet High and Rising (1989)
Cypress Hill: Cypress Hill (1991)
Fugees: The Score (1996)

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Jace Allen
Jace Allen

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Robert Allen
Robert Allen

shut the fuck up white boy, hip hop was barely what we know it to be today back in the 70s
yeah, it was good

MCs where literally just a prop for the DJ who was the star of the show
This is a bad thing why?

Lyricism wasnt even a thing until maybe BDP
MCs didn't have lyricism
You're a fucking child. Go listen to more raps about gold chains and bitches you neanderthal

Nicholas Myers
Nicholas Myers

That's a good thing.

Andrew Fisher
Andrew Fisher

lmao

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