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CharlesJones 03-15-2014 11:58 AM

What New Underground New York And New Jersey Rappers Should I Check Out?
 
I wanna know if ya'll can recommend me some new underground rappers from New York and New Jersey i should listen to on Youtube. I'm still stuck in the old school rap from the 80's and 90's because it's been hard for me to listen to these new rappers. I don't even know what new rappers are out because it seems to me so many of them are pop rappers and got these corny ass songs. I miss the hardcore songs from back in the day that so many New York and New Jersey rappers did. I don't only like New York and New Jersey rappers even though i think they're better than rappers from other cities.


I do like rappers from back in the day that are from Los Angeles, Oakland, Houston. Common is the only rapper that i used to like that's from Chicago. I don't like too many rappers from Chicago. I don't like too many rappers from Atlanta and Detroit either. Ludacris, Goodie Mob, Outkast are the only rappers i like from Atlanta. I was glad that Bone Thugs and Harmony came from my hometown Cleveland, Ohio but they did a lot of shitty albums after Creepin On A Come Up album. I'm sure there's some other rappers from Cleveland that are underground but i haven't heard them.

BRASSKNUCKLED PAI MEI 03-15-2014 12:20 PM

Check out the new rapper called IGNORANT BLACK

daffy duck 03-15-2014 01:05 PM

smoke dza and action bronson


GhettoGnom 03-16-2014 11:58 AM

Not really a new rapper, but his solo career is

BrokenWrists 03-16-2014 11:09 PM



Loaded Lux

CharlesJones 03-17-2014 10:30 AM

Alright ya'll. Thanks. Geto Boys are the only rappers from Houston i like. There's a lot of wack rappers from Houston and Atlanta LOL. Ya'll remember when people were saying the south rappers was on top during the 2000 decade? Yeah right LOL. There's a lot of wack south rappers. Geto Boys will always be the kings of the south. During the 2000 decade, there may not have been a lot of good music from New York and New Jersey but New York and New Jersey were still on top during the 2000 decade just for the simple fact that there's so many classic rap albums that have come outta New York and New Jersey.

GhettoGnom 03-17-2014 10:52 AM

Tbf, New York is pretty fuckin shit now

hashashin 03-17-2014 10:53 AM

Not new but check out Ill Bill

BRASSKNUCKLED PAI MEI 03-17-2014 11:58 AM

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Originally Posted by CharlesJones (Post 2433120)
Alright ya'll. Thanks. Geto Boys are the only rappers from Houston i like. There's a lot of wack rappers from Houston and Atlanta LOL. Ya'll remember when people were saying the south rappers was on top during the 2000 decade? Yeah right LOL. There's a lot of wack south rappers. Geto Boys will always be the kings of the south. During the 2000 decade, there may not have been a lot of good music from New York and New Jersey but New York and New Jersey were still on top during the 2000 decade just for the simple fact that there's so many classic rap albums that have come outta New York and New Jersey.

Youre a retard.

OUTKAST are the KINGS OF THE SOUTH. You dumb fucking moron.

TheFunkyDrummer 03-17-2014 03:59 PM

CJ, broaden your horizons. Why would you limit yourself to these two cities. I'm not taking anything away from all the great music that came from NJ and especially NY.

zooruka 03-17-2014 04:18 PM

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Originally Posted by CharlesJones (Post 2433120)
but New York and New Jersey were still on top during the 2000 decade just for the simple fact that there's so many classic rap albums that have come outta New York and New Jersey.


The reason N.Y and to a lesser extent N.J rappers are the best, is because of there superior lyrical ability and there vast subject matter.

You know what's funny.... Even some of the west coast heavy weights owe there style and success to the east.


But yeah I agree that the east coast has lost some of it's shine.

GhettoGnom 03-17-2014 09:02 PM

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Originally Posted by prof zooruka (Post 2433176)
The reason N.Y and to a lesser extent N.J rappers are the best, is because of [..] there vast subject matter.

Do you not think the west coast are far superior to the east when it comes to this? The east is pretty narrow when it comes to subject matter imo. Practically everyone are a battle rapper, gangster rapper or political/revolutionary rapper. There's not a lot of people who thinks as much outside of the box as for instance Del The Funkee Homosapien & Freestyle Fellowship does (especially currently). At least earlier we had Pharoahe Monch, Last Emperor & De La who tried some new things, but now?

chiba 03-17-2014 10:09 PM

the underground isnt really saying much..

for nyc id have to say go for joey badass, action brinson, roc marciano, justee juxx?
they are the more known

not sure if you would consider these guys underground but worth checking out?
I guess you can say unheard of?

dillion cooper, nitty scott, worlds fair, B.I.C (Bitches Is Crazy)



The Underachievers, Ratking---kinda got that asap mobb vibe


vinny chase, bodega bamz & Troy Ave will break into the mainstream

battle rap --> DNA Arsonal & Cortez (check out kotd on youtube)


i find new york lost its sound ! its changed for maybe the worst ?

wukillabee25 03-17-2014 11:24 PM

RA the Rugged Man if he counts

mAlAkAz 03-17-2014 11:24 PM

Mr. MFN eXquire






he's not new but under the radar


+vvvvvvv


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