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oh ok,cool, you got to let me know what tracks you credited on production.would like to check it out.

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my love for hip hop had die a long time ago.....they just dont sound the same any more......

-liquid sword

-93 till infinity

-black on both side

-milight/dj krush

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oh ok,cool, you got to let me know what tracks you credited on production.would like to check it out.

ha, didn't do work on those albums. if i did, that would mean that i am either rza or dan the automator.

i worked with menelik, rae, gza, etc. but on underground/mixtape stuff.

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ha, didn't do work on those albums. if i did, that would mean that i am either rza or dan the automator.

i worked with menelik, rae, gza, etc. but on underground/mixtape stuff.

damn menelik, whatever happened to that guy, oyu mentioned also you did some soul rnb type stuff too right?

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i find most of my favorites to be in 93-95. mostly 94.

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i find most of my favorites to be in 93-95. mostly 94.

isn't that the golden era anyway.....

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damn menelik, whatever happened to that guy, oyu mentioned also you did some soul rnb type stuff too right?

yup, did some r&b/soul.

menelik, aka scaramanga is doing his thing i'm sure. don't talk to him anymore. we produced his last two albums.

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this is gonna be alot of stones throw... (60%)

charizma- big shots

quasimoto- the unseen

madvillain- madvillainy

the creators- the weight

deltron 3030- deltron 3030

that shall do for now

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yup, did some r&b/soul.

menelik, aka scaramanga is doing his thing i'm sure. don't talk to him anymore. we produced his last two albums.

ever did stuff with fondle'em?

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far as lyricists go, Nas and Big L hands down..

honorable mentions are outkast, notorious b.i.g., citizen kane, wu-tang

newer stuff eminem, J.R. writer, busta rhymes

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far as lyricists go, Nas and Big L hands down..

honorable mentions are outkast, notorious b.i.g., citizen kane, wu-tang

newer stuff eminem, J.R. writer, busta rhymes

i still say common is an underdog. definitely doesnt get the respect he deserves.

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i still say common is an underdog. definitely doesnt get the respect he deserves.

true. Resurrection is amazing.

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i still say common is an underdog. definitely doesnt get the respect he deserves.

i was tired when i wrote that and i obviously left out some givens, like Common Sense, but also off the top of my head id give cypress Hill's Black Sunday honorable mention, plus artists: The Roots, Rakim, N.W.A., Jay-Z, Ice cube.. blah blah blah

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Top 3 would be a bit difficult seeing as how there are 20yrs of amazing music...but here's the three that first popped into mind:

1. Main Source - Breaking Atoms

2. Roots - Illadelph Halflife

3. Nas - Illmatic

This top 3 selection isnt as easy as it seems...

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Pharcyde - Bizarre Ride II

Mobb Deep - The Infamous

Grand Puba - 2000 (purely because 'don't even come with that 69 hun, 'cause i told ya last week, 68 an' i owe ya one' is the best lyric EVER. oh, and because a list of three is just ridonculous people)

oh and i have to spare a word for Roots Manuva - Brand New Second Hand 'cos i'm English and it's dope.

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blackalicious - melodica

aceyalone - all balls dont bounce

siah & yeshua - da poed e.p

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It's interesting to see some of the generational stuff here, you can sort of gauge people's age by their responses. Like if you cite Public Enemy or BDP vs. Wu-Tang or something, I think a lot of that has to do with how old you were when you got really into hip hop. I'm in the latter group, and my top three would be:

1. Wu-Tang Clan: Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

-anybody else notice the edited version of C.R.E.A.M. on the clean album and in the video is way better than the unedited version?

2. Mobb Deep: The Infamous

3. Notorious B.I.G. - Ready to Die

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blackalicious - melodica

aceyalone - all balls dont bounce

siah & yeshua - da poed e.p

rep for Acey and Melodica! Shadow up on the 1&2s!

1. Freestyle Fellowship - To Whom It May Concern

2. Pharcyde - Bizzare Ride to the Pharcyde

3. Latyrx - First LP (Two face)

Can't deny that East Coast flav!

1. Roots - Illadelph Halflife

2. Common - Resurrection

3. Jeru the Damaja - Wrath of the Aftermath

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you guys are leaving out master p. how could you leave out master p?

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3? jesus..hmm..okay, how about 3 from the 80s & 3 from the 90s

PE - Nation of millions

Slick Rick - the great adventures of

BDP - Criminal minded

90s

EPMD - Business Never Personal

Mobb Deep - The Infamous

Company Flow - Funcrusher

thats good for now.

also, common is a bit of a fag.

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3? jesus..hmm..okay, how about 3 from the 80s & 3 from the 90s

PE - Nation of millions

Slick Rick - the great adventures of

BDP - Criminal minded

90s

EPMD - Business Never Personal

Mobb Deep - The Infamous

Company Flow - Funcrusher

thats good for now.

also, common is a bit of a fag.

comon is a bit fo a fag now... havent liked anything since ressurection. and you put co flow above all of the tribe albums? seriously?

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What makes you think Common enjoys sex with other men?

Hell on Earth > The Infamous if you take away the nostalgia factor.

I was listening to Company Flow last night and after listening to the album for 10 years, I JUST realized Bad Touch Example had that wicked voice echo.

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Nas - Illmatic

Organized Konfusion - Stress: The Extinction Agenda

I would then go for DJ Shadow - Entroducing or Tricky - Maxinquaye, but if they are too trip-hop then...

The Roots - Do you want more!?!?!?!?!!??!?!?!?

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ATLiens

Illmatic

Life After Death (2 cds)

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damn this is hard:

probably:

Dr. Dre - The Chronic

A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory

Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle

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paid in full

critical beatdown

stress the extinction agenda

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