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    I also wanna say Maino sucks. I saw that Youtube picture of Maino's video that the writer posted. Maino has dissed several old rappers saying that they need to stop rapping. What the hell makes him think he's a good rapper? I heard one song by him and i didn't like it. He isn't that good. I don't like E-40 but i did watch the Youtube interview footage of him that the writer posted talking about being on a independent label instead of a major label. He also spoke the truth about rappers need to spend their money wisely.

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    I also wanna say Maino sucks. I saw that Youtube picture of Maino's video that the writer posted. Maino has dissed several old rappers saying that they need to stop rapping. What the hell makes him think he's a good rapper? I heard one song by him and i didn't like it. He isn't that good. I don't like E-40 but i did watch the Youtube interview footage of him that the writer posted talking about being on a independent label instead of a major label. He also spoke the truth about rappers need to spend their money wisely.
    Maino is a faggot

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    Well at least New York rappers can say they've put out more classic albums than Los Angeles and Oakland rappers and southern rappers. New York and New Jersey to me will always have the best rappers.

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    I just wanna name some classic albums from New York and New Jersey rappers that i love.


    Redman-Whut Thee Album, Dare Iz A Darkside, Muddy Waters
    Erick Sermon-No Pressure, Double Or Nothing
    Keith Murray-The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World
    Mobb Deep-The Infamous
    Nas-Illmatic
    Notorious Big-Ready To Die
    Gang Starr-Daily Operation, Hard To Earn, Moment Of Truth
    A Tribe Called Quest-The Low End Theory, Midnight Marauders, Beats Rhymes and Life
    KRS One-Return Of The Boom Bap, KRS One, Criminal Minded, By All Means Necessary, The Blueprint, Edutainment, Sex and Violence
    Whodini-Escape, Back In Black
    Run DMC-Run DMC, King Of Rock, Raising Hell
    LL Cool J-Radio, Bigger and Deffer, Walking With A Panther, Mama Said Knock You Out
    Eric B and Rakim-Paid In Full
    Wu Tang Clan-Enter The Wu Tang(36 Chambers)
    Brand Nubian-Everything Is Everything
    Pete Rock and CL Smooth-Mecca and the Soul Brother
    Lost Boyz-Legal Drug Money
    EPMD-Business As Usual, Back In Business
    Naughty By Nature-19 Naughty III
    The Cru-Da Dirty 30

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones View Post
    I just wanna name some classic albums from New York and New Jersey rappers that i love.


    Redman-Whut Thee Album, Dare Iz A Darkside, Muddy Waters
    Erick Sermon-No Pressure, Double Or Nothing
    Keith Murray-The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World
    Mobb Deep-The Infamous
    Nas-Illmatic
    Notorious Big-Ready To Die
    Gang Starr-Daily Operation, Hard To Earn, Moment Of Truth
    A Tribe Called Quest-The Low End Theory, Midnight Marauders, Beats Rhymes and Life
    KRS One-Return Of The Boom Bap, KRS One, Criminal Minded, By All Means Necessary, The Blueprint, Edutainment, Sex and Violence
    Whodini-Escape, Back In Black
    Run DMC-Run DMC, King Of Rock, Raising Hell
    LL Cool J-Radio, Bigger and Deffer, Walking With A Panther, Mama Said Knock You Out
    Eric B and Rakim-Paid In Full
    Wu Tang Clan-Enter The Wu Tang(36 Chambers)
    Brand Nubian-Everything Is Everything
    Pete Rock and CL Smooth-Mecca and the Soul Brother
    Lost Boyz-Legal Drug Money
    EPMD-Business As Usual, Back In Business
    Naughty By Nature-19 Naughty III
    The Cru-Da Dirty 30
    You didn't mention the ultimate Gang Starr album; Step In The Arena ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    You didn't mention the ultimate Gang Starr album; Step In The Arena ??
    he probably doesnt like the beats.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRONZBODY View Post
    he probably doesnt like the beats.....
    Lol what's there not to like about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    You didn't mention the ultimate Gang Starr album; Step In The Arena ??
    I preefer Hard To Earn , one of my favorite hip-hop albuns ever, every track is a classic banger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    I preefer Hard To Earn , one of my favorite hip-hop albuns ever, every track is a classic banger!
    I think everything from Step In The Arena until Moment Of Truth is classic. Extremely consistent duo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    I think everything from Step In The Arena until Moment Of Truth is classic. Extremely consistent duo.
    true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE GENIUS View Post
    Lol what's there not to like about.
    lol! naw man dont get me wrong, SITA is probaby my all time favorite gangstarr album and one of my alltime favorite records period. charlesjones has this thing about beats is all. lol

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    Thread derailed.

    What about the possibility that (NY) rap fell off because it simply got boring? Like, bored rappers talking about boring topics over tired beats?

    Or maybe, because they gave up the funk? 'Cause I think that's it.
    "The Devil is not the Prince of Matter; the Devil is the arrogance of the spirit, faith without smile, truth that is never seized by doubt. The Devil is grim because he knows where he is going, and, in moving, he always returns whence he came."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar Erebus View Post
    Or maybe, because they gave up the funk? 'Cause I think that's it.
    I agree!

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