Now playing some Hip-Hop

(Sean) #201

Tone Capone with one of the all time greatest productions. An absolute timeless classic.

The haunting opening gives me goosebumps every time :grin:

For those of you playing at home, the song samples Club Nouveau’s “Why You Treat Me So Bad”, Kool and the Gang’s “Jungle Boogie” and Audio Two’s “Top Billin’” (the latter a HipHop classic itself).


(Tim Rhodes) #202

Thanks for reminding my that is a brilliant record.

For some reason it also made me think of this album, an under-rated classic IMO…

(Wayne Bull) #203

My Hip-Hop album of the year so far.

Extremely thought provoking lyrics from the 20 year old rapper.

Really hoping this gets a vinyl release as well.

(Wayne Bull) #204

This album is my second fave of the year.

Awesome beats and lyrics.

UK producing some great albums this year.

(Mark) #205

Never heard this before Sean, thanks bud.

(Jan) #206

Grime time!

(Jan) #207

Ghostface Killah. Great album!

(Dylan Caudill) #208

The new Tierra Whack singles are pretty good. She’s been releasing one a week for the last few weeks.


(Sean) #209

Dude can rap. Really well.


(Sean) #210

Love this.


(Sean) #211

Wow this is different to most of the stuff today.

Love the production and flow. A bit of a throwback sound. Production by Matthew Testa.

I imagine his dad (Sean Combs aka Puff aka Diddy) had a hand in this one.


(Sean) #212

Wow… gone way too soon… :pray:

His career was really peaking too with one of my favourite HipHop albums of the last 5 years earning him a Grammy nomination.


(Sean) #213

Hip-Hop x Jazz


(Sean) #214

I saw T.I live in Cali some years ago. Epic.

Subwoofers gave my organs a nice rumble :grin:


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(Tim Rhodes) #218