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    TTC is the shit
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    Oxmo Puccino has the most intelligent texts together with IAM (first of all Akhenaton, check him out!!!). www.361records.com <- IAM's label
    Saian Supa Crew - incredibley energetic on stage, trust me! They got a new album coming, yes, but also listen to their stuff when they divide into their old crews like "Explicit Samourai", "OFX" and so on... check out www.saiansupacrew.com
    Rough material: Booba, MC Jean Gab1, L'Algerino, NTM (they splitted, new songs solo by IV my people)
    other popular squads are Sniper, Fonky Family,...
    famous solo artists are MC Solaar,
    Ol' Kainry (crazy ass song with Raekwon on his last album),
    Rocca (did a song with Jaheim, skilled rap, with Latino elements)
    Dadoo (sounds very American, funny song named "sale gosse")
    you see, HipHop is a big culture in France!

    personal advice: Jazz-rap fans will go crazy listening to Khondo who is still down and real!
    Look at my nephew, he jumped at the window just to see you (The Sun - Ghostface, Rza, Raekwon and Slick Rick)

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    also check faf larage and busta flex

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    anybody have a pic of Bams? curious about what she looks like
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    IAM c'est bien

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    i didnt read this thread, but honestly, does anyone outside of france give a fuck about french rap

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    that is typical american

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    i assume your either european or a want to be intellectualite.

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    prolly both


    ok i got your point, you don't like foreign rap.
    no frontin, ez

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    Woozer is a racist.

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    i think french rap is dead now... nothing new happens. so i prefer listening to old albums. some of them are classic shit.

    "Meteque et Mat" by Akhenaton will remain my personal fav. "Opera Puccino" by Oxmo Puccino is a true moment of poetry.

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    ^^^
    so i thought booba is now huge in france.

    this "pantheon" album (i don't know exactly the name) was reviewed very good.
    i could get it yet and i don't wanna d/l it.

    so what do you think about booba?

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    booba? one album was enough for me, it was good, but i don't need anohter one. he's turning himself into a french Ja Rule now...
    he can't reach the level of Ideal J for example.

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    oh i didn't know about that ja rule move.

    i like 113 and the early ministere amere were grimey as hell.

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