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    Early Hip Hop!

    You remember that time guys? when there was The Sugerhill Gang, "Rapper's Delight", and Cypress Hill?

    Man, hip hop was amazing.
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    I sure do, it was a great time to be into the music....hip-hop now........is garbage (the commercial stuff anyway) but as far as alot of the older groups i mostly listen to the likes of The Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest,Wu-Tang, and the old Bloods & Crips albums (yeah thats right they actually put out some records) and by the way, that reminds me.... i really REALLY miss the early 90's west coast "drive-by rap" movement....i'd sure love to see that again. Playing San Andreas so much made me appreciate it

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    Lol. Glad to hear it narrator. Oh, and clean out your private messages and get on yahoo.
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    Besides the ones narrator mentioned and Cypress Hill, I still like to drag out my CD's from the likes of De La Soul, Del the Funky Homosapien, House of Pain, NWA, Public Enemy, and Ice-T (pre Body Count).

    Let's not forget the really "old school" stuff like Grandmaster Flash, Afrika Bambaata, Curtis Blow, and early Run-DMC. :thumb
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    It's excellent stuff. Public Enemy, Dj Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, and Slick Rick are all great, not to mention everyone I've forgotten. I don't like the stuff nowadays (save for some alterna-hop), but all the old schoolers have my respect.

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