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BLACK BART SIMPSON
12-27-2010, 01:49 AM
title is self explanatory. . .

1. Alchemist/ Book of Rhymes, The Essence, Lose your life/ dudes sound is just so unique and differant and always has thumpin bass nd drums

2. DJ Premier aka preemo/ We got gunz, Full Clip, ten crack commandments/ do i really need an explanation ? dudes the best

3. The RZA / EVERYTHING/ hes a monster new and old dudes a genius. .

4. MF Doom/All Caps, accordion, all the joints on dat switch da beat joint/ he has a very unique kind of back packer sort of sound always dug it. .

5. Kanye West & JUSTICE league/ wouldnt get far, run away(toast), Good life -- Everything i've heard from them is pretty amazing and is usually wasted on wack artists. . i say kanye because he is one of the only ones in mainstream who can be creative and still sell very well. . justice leagues beats are just so well put together and is more symphonic

muscularghandi
12-27-2010, 01:20 PM
1. DJ Premier: Work, Kick In The Door (BIG), Full Clip, Boom (Royce), MVP (Ludacris)

2. RZA: Ice Water, Reunited, Box In Hand, 4th Chamber, Black Mozart

3. Madlib: Mystic Bounce, LAX to JFK, Accordion, Fancy Clown, Auditorium (Mos Def)

Sunz of Man
12-27-2010, 02:10 PM
1. DJ Premier - It's All Real, JFK 2 LAX, Nas is Like, Revenge of the Prophet (Pt. 5), Memory Lane, Moment of Truth

2. RZA - 4th Chamber, Gold, C.R.E.A.M., Guillotine (Swordz), Wu-Gambinos

3. Pete Rock - T.R.O.Y., The World Is Yours, Rather Unique, Life I Live, Return of the Mecca

4. Havoc - Still Shinin', Shook Ones Pt 2, Survival of the Fittest, Nighttime Vultures, Drop A Gem On Em'

5. 4th Disciple - Dress to Kill, Tai Chi, Fair, Love & War, A Better Tomorrow, Burning Season

SHEEPISH LORD OF CHAOS
12-27-2010, 02:22 PM
DJ Premier -The Militia, Memory Lane, You Know My Steez, Ton O' Gunz

RZA - 4th Chamber, Wharr, CREAM, Wu-Gaminos, Run 4 Cover

Mathematics - Fire Ina Hole, BO2 (Intro), Always NY, Da Great Siege, Strawberry

Havoc - It's Mine, Shook Ones Pt. 2, GOD PT 3, Quiet Storm, Cobra

9th Wonder - Threat, I See Now, P-Body, Bad Man, Hustle

BGS
12-27-2010, 02:28 PM
4. MF Doom/All Caps, accordion, all the joints on dat switch da beat joint/ he has a very unique kind of back packer sort of sound always dug it. .



Madlib produced Accordion and All Caps.

Undiluted Karma
12-27-2010, 04:13 PM
Off the top of the head

RZA-Careful (Click Click)/4th Chamber/The W -The most versatile dopest producer from any genre ive been into imo

Stoupe The Enemy of Mankind- Blood Runs Cold/Muerte/The Executioners Dream-Dope drums, samples some of his early beats imo rivalled or bettered RZA in the 90's. Dudes fucking amazing almost as much as RZA

DJ Krush-Meiso/Shinjiro/Ground-Heads have slept big time on this dude maybe because hes primarily instrumental hip hop but hes amassed enough collabs with the likes of Guru/CL Smooth/Black Thought/Tragedy and Mos Def to make an LP of rap material. Ill producer drums/earie soundscapes etc etc you can see the influence of RZA on him.

4th Disciple-Unite To Fight/Camouflage Ninjas/Fear,Love and War. You can tell he was mentored by RZA but he has his own distinct excellent, sombre and melodic style. dope

Da Beatminerz- Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka/Operation Lock Down/Grate Unknown. Some real grimey raw hip hop. It's too bad the BCC dont work with them as much because they laced them with classic beats ie like Nocturnal, with heavy drums and beats a true classic LP.

Premo gets an honorary mention but his beats personally never resounded with me as much as the above guys whose beats also had more longevity to me in terms of how much i listened to them.

muscularghandi
12-27-2010, 04:46 PM
1. DJ Premier: Work, Kick In The Door (BIG), Full Clip, Boom (Royce), MVP (Ludacris)

2. RZA: Ice Water, Reunited, Box In Hand, 4th Chamber, Black Mozart

3. Madlib: Mystic Bounce, LAX to JFK, Accordion, Fancy Clown, Auditorium (Mos Def)


Fucked up, here's the rest:


4. J-Dilla: Runnin (Pharcyde), , History (Mos Def), So Hardcore (Busta), Gazillion Ear (Doom), 10 Bricks (Raekwon)

Socrates92
12-27-2010, 06:19 PM
RZA - how long do you have?

Nujabes - Lady Brown, Luv Sic series

Eric. B - Lyrics of Fury and many others if he did actually produce them?

FRiTz
12-27-2010, 08:43 PM
Da Beatminerz- Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka/Operation Lock Down/Grate Unknown. Some real grimey raw hip hop. It's too bad the BCC dont work with them as much because they laced them with classic beats ie like Nocturnal, with heavy drums and beats a true classic LP.
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^^ Word

RZA - Need i say more?

Primo - The sun rises in the east! showbiz and ag-next level nyt tym mix, Nas -NY state of mind. Straight classics

Sinistarr
12-28-2010, 06:42 AM
1) DJ Premier - Above the Clouds, Watch How It Go Down, Battle

2) Dr. Dre - Deeez Nuts, Still D.R.E, East Coast/West Coast Killas

3) RZA - Triumph, Reunited, 4th Chamber

4) J Dilla - History, 10 Bricks, Ason Jones

5) Hi-Tek - Definition, Ballad of the Black Gold, Down for the Count

Poison Flowerz!
12-28-2010, 08:03 AM
not enough Madlib, Rino, Bolo, andd Lord B in here!1101

muscularghandi
12-30-2010, 04:51 PM
1. DJ Premier: Work, Kick In The Door (BIG), Full Clip, Boom (Royce), MVP (Ludacris)

2. RZA: Ice Water, Reunited, Box In Hand, 4th Chamber, Black Mozart

3. Madlib: Mystic Bounce, LAX to JFK, Accordion, Fancy Clown, Auditorium (Mos

4. J-Dilla: Runnin (Pharcyde), , History (Mos Def), So Hardcore (Busta), Gazillion Ear (Doom), 10 Bricks (Raekwon)


and.. (took me a bit to decide)

5. Marley Marl: Mama Said Knock You Out (LL), Kill A Rapper (KRS), Creation and Destruction (Immortal Technique), On The Real (Screwball), Grim Reaper (Youngstas)

Taskmaster2112
12-30-2010, 07:58 PM
1. DJ Premier: Work, Kick In The Door (BIG), Full Clip, Boom (Royce), MVP (Ludacris)

2. RZA: Ice Water, Reunited, Box In Hand, 4th Chamber, Black Mozart

3. Madlib: Mystic Bounce, LAX to JFK, Accordion, Fancy Clown, Auditorium (Mos

4. J-Dilla: Runnin (Pharcyde), , History (Mos Def), So Hardcore (Busta), Gazillion Ear (Doom), 10 Bricks (Raekwon)


and.. (took me a bit to decide)

5. Marley Marl: Mama Said Knock You Out (LL), Kill A Rapper (KRS), Creation and Destruction (Immortal Technique), On The Real (Screwball), Grim Reaper (Youngstas)

Shit, that's my top 5, in that exact same order, except instead of Marley Marl, my #5 rotates between Pete Rock, Q-Tip, Da Beatminerz, Large Professor, and Buckwild, depending on what i'm listening to on a given day or week. actually, J Dilla gets bumped out by one of those #5 every once and then too, but my top 3 are pretty constant.

THE MASON
12-30-2010, 09:39 PM
1.Pete Rock
2.RZA
3.DJ Premier
4.DJ Muggs
5.Madlib

i couldnt really pick just 3 from these producers

muscularghandi
12-30-2010, 11:03 PM
Shit, that's my top 5, in that exact same order, except instead of Marley Marl, my #5 rotates between Pete Rock, Q-Tip, Da Beatminerz, Large Professor, and Buckwild, depending on what i'm listening to on a given day or week. actually, J Dilla gets bumped out by one of those #5 every once and then too, but my top 3 are pretty constant.

My top 5 rotates too, that's why I took like a week before i came back and put in my last one.

-The A to the Z-
12-31-2010, 08:28 AM
Da Beatminerz- Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka/Operation Lock Down/Grate Unknown. Some real grimey raw hip hop. It's too bad the BCC dont work with them as much because they laced them with classic beats ie like Nocturnal, with heavy drums and beats a true classic LP.


Da Beatminerz didn't have as much work on Nocturnal...Operation Lock Down was produced by E-Swift of Tha Liks; Grate Unknown was produced by a dude named Shaleek; Eshkoshka was produced by Baby Paul (who fair enough was inducted in thre group but has a production history outside of them, I mainly think of Beatminerz as Walt and Evil Dee).

Plus they've been pretty uninspiring for a long time now, so personally I wouldn't put them in my top 5.

OntheHorizon
01-04-2011, 07:41 PM
1. DJ Muggs - When you see the rest of My list you'll probably understand why a lil better, dude was basically the Godfather of the kind of hip hop I love most and he's stil going as strong as ever today IMO

Favorite Beats (Off The Top)

1. Illusions- Cypress Hill
2. Puppet Master - Dr Dre & B Real
3. Death Frees Every Soul - Planet Asia & Sick Jacken

2. RZA - His work from 93-98 is probably the best hot streak a hip hop producer ever had, I still like alot of his work today but he could have quit after "Forever" and still been #2 on this list

Favorite Beats

1. C.R.E.A.M - Wu Tang Clan
2. Glaciers Of Ice - Raekwon
3, Winter Warz- Ghostface Killah

3. Havoc - Basically the same as RZA except his body of work isnt as big, ever since "Amerikaz Nightmare" he's been alot more miss then hit, but I dont have ADD, so I remember how dope he was in the 90's

Favorite Beats

1. Shook Ones - Mobb Deep
2. Nightime Vultures - Mobb Deep
3. Extortion - Mobb Deep

4. Stoupe - The most frustrating motherfucker in rap because he works at a snails pace but you cant argue with what he drops, he has Drums as Hard as Muggs and RZA ear for Obscure Movie samples, dude could've been my favorite producer if he woulda done more then Jedi Mind Tricks and 1 Canabis album and a Short ass Compilation, but you cant deny the quality in what he does Drop

Favorite Beats

1. Genabis - Canibus
2. The Wolf- Jedi Mind Tricks
3. Sacrifice - Jedi Mind Tricks

5. DJ Premier - I know he should technically be ranked higher, but truth is, as great as he is at what he does, I usually look for summin diffrent from what he does, I like darker, Grimier Hip Hop, Primo doesnt exactly deliver that (I actually heard him refer to the kind of stuff I like as "Spooky in the head" once in an interview, lol). Nonetheless, dude proably is the GOAT of Production all things considered and whenever I see a Primo track on an album, its usually one of the first I skip to

Favorite Beats

1. Real Nigga Shit - Freddie Foxxx
2. Society Is Brainwashed - Ill Bill
3. Nas Is Like.... - Nas

6th Man (Off the Bench Award)

Necro - His Obnoxious attitude and over the top lyrics really blinds people from how dope his beats are, the drums are always hittin and even though he might not chop up his samples like stoupe or Muggs, he sure does know how to pick them, I'll be listening to a random PLR Record and say "Did this motherfucker just sample the theme music to "Suspiria"???

Favorite Beats

1. Agent Orange - Cage
2. Futurama- Non Phixion
3. American History X - Ill Bill