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    Quote Originally Posted by noel411 View Post
    I love mobb deep, like infamous n hell on Earth r as good as it gets, n murda music was great too n has some of their best shit on it, but no word of a lie, I've honestly never even tuned my ears to which one is prodigy n which is havoc, lolz. No joke. I couldn't tell u who's who in any of their tracks, lolz. To me they're both just really indistinct, n tho nice as hell on the mic, just not outstanding in any way. Just really good at doing the sort of shit they did/do.
    really?

    I can hear the difference between them...

    now, if you are talking about Sick Jacken and B-Real, sometimes they seem the same rapper, but Hav and P...

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    Yeah it's pretty easy to hear the difference but I get what he's saying.


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    KRS-One Later Collab albums with True Master, Marley Marl, Just Ice, Buckshot, Showbiz, Bumpy Knucks Etc....
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    I can tell the difference between B Real and Sick Jacken. It seemed like Sick Jacken was trying to out nasal B Real on the first Psycho Realm album. Their collaborations after that album have B Real with the higher voice. Sick Jacken is really slept on as a producer. Tech N9ne has said that he wants beats from Sick Jacken and Alchemist. I would love to hear him over some Soul Assassins production. They could definitely lace him with that horrorcore sound that he is known for.

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    Kanye would be an appropriate response.

    a name that hasnt been mentioned is Aesop Rock.

    everything he releases from solos to groups to features are never lackluster and never not good and thats talking 97-the present.

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    I will look as a wu stan but...

    As a group : Killarmy. 3 albums 3 classics.

    Mobb deep first 2 albums are classics, third one is excellent but i donít feel the others. Killarmy has no bad projects.


    As a solo artist, i would go with Killah priest. He is one of the few artist that stay relevant after 23 years. Heavy Mental is a classic and PWOWR is classic too. And he had many good albums. I canít say the same for Nas. I just feel his first 2 albums.

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    You did not like I Am...The Autobiography? That is usually considered his last good album until Stillmatic

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Daniel Davis View Post
    You did not like I Am...The Autobiography? That is usually considered his last good album until Stillmatic
    I like some tracks but overall i donít feel the project. Same for stillmatic.

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