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  • Re: Jay-Z with Big Daddy Kane on rap city in 1990...Rare clip

    Lmao, Jay still laughs the same.
    _Goldie_stackmaster 313
  • Re: AllHipHop Review Board - Now Reviewing: A$AP Rocky - AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP

    I have minor grievances with the album, on first listen I thought there was a little too much singing. Upon my 2nd listen, things seemed to fall into place a little more. I think that's because I read a breakdown of the flow of the album, and it made more sense at that point. Plus, Cole has always harmonized.

    (A) January 28th
    2nd Verse

    Don't like the bar at all, seems like a throwaway - "Show me NY's ladder I'll climb it
    and set the bar up so high you gotta get Obama to force the Air Force to find it
    Nevermind it!"

    (A) A tale of two Citiez
    Fucking dope, but seems a little drake influenced let me know if you hear it?

    (B) Gomd
    Don't like production entirely. Love the beat at the beginning, wish it never switched at around 1:00. I like what he's saying but don't like the delivery of the hook (yes I know what song it's from)

    (B+) Hello
    Don't like the flow when he raps doesn't seem to match perfectly and he's done better flow wise. But I like the song overall. Example -


    Everything else A+ to me. Different strokes for different folks but St. Tropez is sick. Little D' Angelo, little Outkast, little Badu, and many more older soul/african acts that I can't think of off the top atm.

    Overall a solid album, there isn't a wow factor, nothing that made me say "yo rewind that b". But, that's not what this album is about or portraying. It's about his honesty and growth as a man, and artist.

    Update : Total score changed from B+ to A-

    The more I listen to this album the more I appreciate it and understand it as a whole. On my third listen I was playing it for someone and realized how much I appreciated the songs and how I felt listening to them. I also downloaded J. Cole's David Letterman "Be Free" performance and added it as the last song (before Note to self) on the album. Works well.

    metal face terroristmike hKillaCham
  • Re: Spinoff* School these new n****s on that N.Y. sound

    Sorry b, but that beat is wasted on Mook.
    J-GUTTA wrote: »
    I think that's why I listen to Mooks Preach so much aint nothing like boon-bap.


    Murda Mook "Preach":

    Boom Bap>>>>>> dog shit on pancakes>>>>> trap>>>>>>>>>>>>> drill

    J-GUTTA
  • Re: Lmaooo Funny AF .

    Yall bugging for laughing at this shit.
    JonnyRoccITVIBEJusDre313Will Munny
  • Re: A Genius Leaves The Hood: The Unauthorized Story of Jay-Z (trailer)

    Success will always be a catch 22
    Cainnillerthekidzombieblack caesarYoung Stef2stepz_aheadBender RodriguezblackrainFocal PointThrowed_Jackson