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Baresi    926

When I fix my computer ... Im flooding this thread.

PS: Please change thread name to Hip Hop & Grime, because I will be posting an even number of both.

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Tesla    8,189

Phaggot, why not ask mine. Actually going back and lsitening to the album again too, I wasnt really in the right mindstate at the time to properly appreciate this album at the time. I still maintane there are too many songs on the album.

I like dreamers, this one was also really good.

In case you were not aware, Ancient Mesopotamia is modern day Iraq. Sumeria is modern day Iraq. Babylon and Assyria are modern day Iraq. Garden of Eden? Iraq. Noah built the ark in Iraq, Abraham was born in Iraq, the three wise men are from Iraq. Math, language, law, science, astrology, and most importantly civilization itself was all born in Iraq. The Abrahamic `God,` or the concept thereof, is from Iraq.

So it really is the cradle of civilization.

The mention of Mesopotamia and Sumer is as good a reason as any to post this song:

Also, Common's album is actually pretty dope. Apart from Sweet, which was sick and everyone should have heard, this is also a cool track.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SWSEJM0c-c

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Baresi    926

Okay, here goes...

Forum withdrawls have built up things to post.

Frisco's tribute to Mark Duggan, who was the guy the police killed, sparking the London riots.

They were actually mates, so this has basis, and it's not just a random thinking they know the situation.

Akala's new F64.

Must be listened to.

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Baresi    926

The OGs crew (P Money, Blacks, Little Dee, Jendor, Ruger, Desperado, Stormer) released a mixtape on Christmas day.

It's called Oh Geezus It's Christmas Again!... If you don't have it, get it here for free.

Highlights;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uz9XS1uwscA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhwsRKZjWQQ

Also, they did an hour long Logan set to promote it...

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Baresi    926

Ghetts also released a mixtape on Christmas day, and it's my favourite of his releases so far.

It's a lot more meaningful and has more substance than you'd normally expect from Ghetts, but it still has the big bangers and up tempo tracks as well.

Momentum ... Get it here ... Highly recommended.

Highlights;

Really a must get mixtape.

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Butty    56

Didn't even read through this read, even though I posted.

Soundtrack to the Struggle is one of the most mind-blowing things ever.

Soundtrack to the Struggle & Voices of the Voiceless are my fav'z.

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Tesla    8,189

New English Frank mixtape.

Didn't disappoint even though a lot of old shit.

I still rate him as the top British rapper.

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Baresi    926

Ah, was waiting for the return of Mr. Kool in this thread!

That track is beast ... but, who the hell are the Thunderclaps?

I hear Ghetts, but who are the others?

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KSK_47    5,664

Yes. I dont often listen to new music so I thought I would spare everyone the bombardment of older tracks on this shiny new forum... But then I thought, "ah fuck it!"

Thunderclaps (as far as I know) is a production team. They do some outstanding stuff. Check their Myspace page (yes, some folk still occasionally get onto Myspace!)

http://www.myspace.com/thunderclapsmusic

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Baresi    926

Yes. I dont often listen to new music so I thought I would spare everyone the bombardment of older tracks on this shiny new forum... But then I thought, "ah fuck it!"

Thunderclaps (as far as I know) is a production team. They do some outstanding stuff. Check their Myspace page (yes, some folk still occasionally get onto Myspace!)

http://www.myspace.c...underclapsmusic

Yep, just checked em out.

Turns out those featured in Judgement Day are Orifice Vulgatron (of Foreign Beggars), Ghetts, Shameless, and Dealy Hunta.

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KSK_47    5,664

Yeah. It is one of those ones I heard years ago yet still wake up with in my head some days. Massive track.

Been listening to a bit of early Black Milk lately. I will never get tired of this album

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Baresi    926

God I miss this stuff.

Swear these guys were one of the best hip hop groups going around!

Went against everything they'd said early, and went for the floor-filling, money music..

Wish they hadn't.

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Tesla    8,189

Yeah I need to get me some of the old school BEP.

Let me aware you guys on the most underrated rapper

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Baresi    926

He's a gun, but he's not really underrated.

Slaughterhouse are very popular, of which he is part.

In fact, all of Slaughterhouse are pretty good.

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Tesla    8,189

Joe Budden is not underrated? Notsureifsrs.

They are good separately, when they make a song as Slaughterhouse it rarely seems to be good or as good as it should be given the individual talents.

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Baresi    926

While we're talking about Slaughterhouse, this must be mentioned, as it's a beast of a track.

Luda is such a gun when he wants to be.

One of the best to ever do it (though admittedly he has dropped off a bit now).

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