mid nineties westcoast hiphop

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  1. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    is insanely generic and so stereotypical i cant for the life of me understand how they were allowed to release this music.

    some golden nuggets from e-a-ski





    lots of ice cube / da lench mob records are about hating whites/koreans and i think somebody said he even got some jews in there at one point, something i certainly didnt pick up on at the time. cos death certificate is the shieeeeeeeeeeaht.

    there is some really good stuff of course, like mc ren on his 1992 solo debut kizz my black azz
    on which he sounds less like a rapper and more like the king of hell speaking directly to you through the stereo.

    i really cant stand eazy-es influence on NWA, im sure it was his fault most of their stuff had lots of potty humor bits.

    in short post mid nineties gangsta rap
     
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  2. Fes Rock

    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    kizz my black azz init. yea love that kill whitey style hip hop
     
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    Thing is they aint like that anymore,

    Same with RZA, GZA etc..

    I guess it was all just a part of them getting out of the hoods and seeing how the world really is.

    black/white/asian/chinese/jewish whatever. at the end of the day were all go through the same shit under the same circumstances, and have even all been enslaved at some point.

    White slavery is still a big trade even today. I think alot of black people need to brush the chip off their shoulder and look into how others have encountered the same experiences over the centuries. at the end of the day were all human and were all gonna die at some point, lets all just stop bickering between ourselves, take a look at the state of the world, and do something productive before the net closes in around us and were all fucked.

    at the end of the day racial seperatism is just another way of distracting people from th real issues in the world. unfortunately its the accepted norm as it's what people of all races are brought up with, it takes a big man to shrug it all off and form his own opinions by reading up and coming to his own conclusions.

    but whatever.........late night ramble...
     
  4. Caustic

    Caustic SOUNDBOX

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    how about Samoan gangsta rappers? This is more early 90's tho...

     
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    SmallVictoriez Teen Pop Sensation

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    j'yeah

    I loved Snoop & Dre growing up..


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    Alright last one, I promise.
     
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  6. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    one of my favorite hip hop excerpts ever, again its mc ren:

    now gather round yall, and check it out yall, and all the bitches come and suck up on my balls yall
     
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    Sorry I couldnt resist putting a video in here



     
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    Serum Well-Known Member

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