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The Roots - Ain't Sayin' Nothin' New (Feat. Dice Raw)

The Roots - Ain't Sayin' Nothin' New (Feat. Dice Raw)

I think the roots have the discography that's the hardest to pick the best album from.

This is my favorite track from the album. It's impossible to choose my favorite Roots album, I know a lot of people think this is their best, but you could make an argument for practically any one of their albums.

If Black Thought isn't in your top 10, then I won't be your friend.

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You're right. It is their earlier stuff. Like, in their first 4 albums, they have that montage intro that I love. Random samples of all their previous albums, and it just keeps building after each release.

I'm not sure if they still do the poem thing at the end, as I haven't heard their newer albums. Or even the hidden tracks.

Kanye West - Blood On The Leaves

Kanye West - Blood On The Leaves

"Strange fruit hangin'..." That part gives me chills.

I hate how long the outro is.

Hey dont be so hard on yourself

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Vince Staples and Ronnie Radke going at it over Twitter

Vince Staples and Ronnie Radke going at it over Twitter
Vince Staples and Ronnie Radke going at it over Twitter

Had to re-do it as a text post sorry.

https://imgur.com/a/XgK7u

I'm updating the Imgur album as more Tweets get sent, so you'll have to actually click the link to see the most updated one, RES is slow.

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EDIT 2: Vince on IG Live as of 9:10 PM EST, can't watch so I can't post what he says, put it in the comments for me.

EDIT 3: Which one of y'all edited Ronnie's Wikipedia page lmaooo

EDIT 4: LMAO more Wikipedia edits y'all need to stop

“It’s fine just close your eyes and pretend I’m a woman, maybe you’ll swing.”

Holy fucking shit dude Vince is the best twitter account to follow.

I haven't heard the name Ronnie Radke since my middle school emo phase omg this beef is like a battle between my past and present selves

I don't know who Ronnie Radke is but god damn he's fake as fuck. Goes from "Em will end your career" to "Your shit goes hard" in like 30 minutes. Gtfoh

fantano aint do nothing though so that was pretty stupid, ronnie is a known prick

Vince Staples Calls Eminem’s Trump Freestyle “Trash”

Vince Staples Calls Eminem’s Trump Freestyle “Trash”

How we gonna clown Xtentacion for rapping like a sorcerer on XXL but let M go full assasins creed & then deny me the right to my jokes.

Holy shit lmfao this was great

Yea he's right. It's just cool that em did it because he probably has the biggest overlap with trump fans of any rapper.

The freestyle dont even slap

hot take: eminem did this because his new album is dropping soon and wanted to get people buzzing about him (for better or worse) so more people buy his album/music

don't crucify me hhh

Logic's '1-800-273-8255' Goes Double Platinum

Logic's '1-800-273-8255' Goes Double Platinum

Who can relate?

Wooooo!

I don't really like the song that much and the album was a huge disappointment, but it's great to have more exposure to prevent suicide, you have to give him that

it has features tho

[FRESH VIDEO] 21 Savage - Nothin New

[FRESH VIDEO] 21 Savage - Nothin New

most serious song on the album gets 21s most serious video yet.

Fuckin amber roses big ass AND speaking on important social issues; 21 is the wokest right now

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21 Savage truly is the MLK of our generation

Daily Discussion Thread 10/12/2017

Daily Discussion Thread 10/12/2017

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xxxtentacion uploaded some snippets to instagram & in one of them he is using my beat... no idea what's gonna happen but it's kinda crazy, caught me mad off guard.

Here's the

He uploaded it again but better quality!! snippet 2

Here's my beat

4:44 is a classic because not only is it a phenomenal album sonically, but the context is incredible. Here you have Jay-Z, literally the figure of hiphop, braggadocious, cocky, arrogant, incredibly talented legendary figure, bareing his heart out about his infidelity, his relationships with his parents, him as a person and his status as a millionaire megalith. It's so human and intimate, and so unprecedented and groundbreaking. Hiphop is so young it hasn't had an album like this ever. Life Is Good is a great album but that's it. Nas didn't do anything much different than his regular output. It was a great late career album, like Deeply Rooted. This isn't just a great late career album, it's a total deconstruction of everything we think of Hov as. He's been personal before, but it's always between braggadocious and it was always somewhat reserved. And it's not like it's from any legend, it's fucking Jay-Z. The face of hiphop.

So I've been thinkin a bit and after a relisten or two I believe that 4:44 will go down as a classic. Agree / disagree?

Jay came back from a mediocre album to drop an insanely personal album with great beats, great hooks, and great bars. While I think there is a few flaws with it I think it is by far the best album of the year, and because it is from one of the undisputed GOATs it will be remembered and looked back at for a long time.

does anyone else feel that hiphop doesn't get the respect is deserves as an art form by the general public? The response to the eminem Cypher has been great for the most part but some ugly stones got flipped over in the process and its left a terrible taste in my mouth. Whether it be straight up Racist remarks towards the space or ignorance towards the entire piece, its a little depressing to see.

[FRESH] Gucci Mane - Enormous feat. Ty Dolla $ign

[FRESH] Gucci Mane - Enormous feat. Ty Dolla $ign

Mr. Davis is gonna be lit

"Your booty is enormous and my dick is enormous too"

Guwop

Guwop stays winning. Out of prison, probation is over, releases a great autobiography, then his album's out tomorrow. It'll probably sell well with his endless features and his name being everywhere now. He's also getting married the 17th. 2017 is the year of Gucci.

His music has been pretty tight lately as well.

[THROWBACK THURSDAY] Jay Z & Eminem - Renegade

[THROWBACK THURSDAY] Jay Z & Eminem - Renegade

Jay Z may have said that he thought Eminem beat him on this track, his verses are incredible in their own right. "Do not step to me, I'm awkward, I box lefty / An orphan my pops left me and often my momma wasn't home" are probably my fav lines on the song.

I think Jay's verse hits more emotionally, but Ems verse is legit top 5 at least in terms of rhyme density. I still can't wrap my head around how he could write a verse that rhymes with itself so much, it's almost inhuman.

Another GOAT verse from EM.

Also how come that pink featuring eminem track is deleted from the front page?

So many people do it, but Em is the only person who consistently and clearly made sense, even in his most absurd ramblings.

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