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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Who, Nov 9, 2017.
Dr. Dre - The Chronic
spoken word over instrumentation?
Not exactly what I meant.
Are we talking "money, guns, drugs, bitches, and hoes", or something with a little more substance?
I dont think it matters. not to me at least. I like a bit of both. I draw the line at the stuff by those idiots that make up words and mumble nonsense.
No, it depends on "your" definition. This is your choice.
Some people's favorite rapper is Ted Nugent.
I hear ya'.
I work with a white-guy, who is a self-proclaimed "rapper", and he sometimes does that shit at work. Most of the time, all I hears is, jibberish.
And, some people's favorite country-music group is, The Eagles...
funny you say that because sometime I get rap vibes from certain rock songs.
at 1:43 the energy and the melody of that verse is pretty aggressive like you hear in a lot of rap.
Mr. Lif - I Phantom
Busta Rhymes - Extinction Level Event
Danny Brown - Hot Soup
First country rap:
I chew tobacco and spit it a jar
Sometimes I spill it on the seat of my car.
I would think there would be a lot of country rap by now.
Rap's been around a long time now.
This album is always in my truck.
I actually like some Swollen Members albums too. There's always a few of their albums in my truck as well.
I don't "get" the symphony or opera. But they have staying power. And fans of the music.
I'm sure if I had enough exposure, there would be some slice of the symphony that I'd probably fall in love with.
Speaking of Country Rap give this a listen.
Well worth it.
1. Paul's Boutique, Beastie Boys
2. Low End Theory, A Tribe Called Quest
3. Illmatic, NAS
The Last Poets - 1970
The Fugees - The Score
Beastie Boys...."Ill Communication"
Mrs. G introduced me to that record before it was released (she worked for their record company)