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    DJ Muggs VS GZA The Genius - Grandmasters
    exploitation of mistakes gave me the chills first time i heard it
    stricly classic to me
    GZA represents the Wu all the way

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    i'm really feeling these "christian cats" like shai linne and timothy brindle (previously "ambush the animated" of the deadly scribes) peep em dope cats

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-Hop
    AY YA YA YA YA YA YA YA YA, WHO DAT WHO DAT WHO DAT WHO DAT WHO DAT WHO?! WHO DAT WHO DAT WHO DAT TRYIN TO GET UP IN MY CREW?!
    that shit was fire when i was a kid.

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    Hearing Big L's freestyles for the first I was like wow this guy is ridiculous

    Common while hearing his first 2 albums he was just insane.

    Poetic on Gravediggaz 6 Feet Deep album. Likewise for RZA and Frukwan as well.

    GZA on Liquid Swords. Lyrical artistry right there.

    RZA on 36 Chambers. He was at his best as an MC during that early period

    Nas on Illmatic. No explanation.

    Notorious BIG on a couple tracks. EX Flava In Ya Ear remix

    Jay-Z during some points on Reasonable Doubt.

    DJ Premier and most of his beats on Gangstarr's Daily Operation and Moment Of Truth

    RZA on all of the classic albums he conducted.

    Ghostface Killah on Supreme Clientele notably "Nutmeg, Mighty Healthy, Childs Play"

    But to the last artist to blow me away i'd probably go with.......MF Doom, beatwise.

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    immortal technique. those revolutionary album were on another level.
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    yea Big L, i jus got into him last year.... i dunno what i was thinkin not listenin to his shit
    aint no half steppin

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    I'm a catch hell 4 this one but whatever. Lil' Wayne on tha carter one an two. This was one cat that I never thought would amount to squat. I'm 26 so I done watched from the point where he first entered and I have to say- He's killin em out there! An like my sig say- Fuck what ya think. That is if you just tryin to come with a weak(or no) rebutle.


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    ^ i won't hate on that. i heard a few tracks from the carter 2 that were nice, i never liked cash money except for weezy, he's decent. and as for me i gotta go for Pap! Papoose is killing the streets right now, i like him cuz he has alot of originality to his shit, it's not just bang bang music. also i'm tryna get into apathy.
    wherever u go, whatever u do, always remember the W is forever!


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    The Game/Game

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz
    that shit was fire when i was a kid.
    muahahahahaha


    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesJones
    I didn't like it because of the beats.

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    cassidy freestyle on SMACK DVD
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    Don't remember...

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    MF Doom was the last person to truly impress me, his rhymes are just crazy.

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