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  • Re: Drake signs to grime label Boy Better Know

    Brooklyn and Toronto both have very high populations of Jamaicans. Brooklyn got some good ass Jamaican food out there..So does TO but I think BK edges them out. Some of the best I've had anywhere. Shout out to Canarsie. I think their populations are pretty close.

    TO has approximately 180,000 Jamaicans according to Wiki
    And NY state has 305,000 Most of which i think are in Brooklyn. But Queens also.

    toronto and ontario has more jamaica's then 180k . those toronto are old and # don't include half jamaican, or city around toronto . brampton and sauaga alone will add another 80k. all jamaicans in ny don't live in bk. Toronto by far has the most jamaican influence of either bk or london .
  • Re: 12/30/14 album sales results. J Cole, Fab, and Nicki...

    "Thank You! 71k sold in 5 days of a ALL DIGITAL ALBUM!! #TheYoungOGProject was put together in a month. NO big radio single lead out, NO national promo, NO tour, NO CD in stores, NO over the top marketing, NO corporate sponsors, NO TV exposure.. just YOU ALL! People who appreciate my music & support it. Again I THANK YOU. And into the new year I will continue to work this project & make more #Moves!! P.S. Yall owed me that $10 for the 3 Free Mixtapes ???? #ThankYous"
    – Fabolous
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  • Re: Onyx Interview (Fredo Starr & Sticky Fingaz) At The Breakfast Club- Charalmagne & Fredro Have A Beef

    just watch this interview fredo a bitch and a lair. he changed his story multiple times about 50 and when he had those dry snitching interviews about untold stories he admitted 50 dropped him and g unit stomped him out. plus charlemagne been to jail for shooting a nigga . fredo a fucking barber watching the streets form his barbershop acting like he was doing any dirty besides growing up poor in the hood aka no dirty at all. all that turn up and he did nothing . charlemagne did the right thing not back down and not swing and loose his job over a delusional rap nigga
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  • Re: Did Rick Ross get beat up and robbed in Detroit last night by Trick Trick?

    Jeezy may have "paid his dues" to the city of Detroit
    he signed dough boyz cash out. so he clearly is helping detroit hiphop scene and not just coming in the city and taking money like ross was trying to do. ross i well know for having concerts in cites and not hiring lola artist as opening acts
  • Re: When exactly is the golden era of hiphop

    hip hop's "golden age" is a name given to a period in mainstream hip hop, usually cited as being a period varying in time frames during the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s said to be characterized by its diversity, quality, innovation and influence.[1][2][3][4][5][6] There were various types of subject matter, while the music was experimental and the sampling eclectic.[7] The artists most often associated with the phrase are Run–D.M.C., Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, Boogie Down Productions, Eric B. & Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, De La Soul, Gang Starr, Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, EPMD, A Tribe Called Quest, Slick Rick, and the Jungle Brothers.[8] Releases by these acts co-existed in this period with, and were as commercially viable as, those of early gangsta rap artists such as Ice-T, Geto Boys and N.W.A, the sex raps of 2 Live Crew, and party-oriented music by acts such as Kid 'n Play, The Fat Boys, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince and MC Hammer.[9]
    Chi Snow