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Rappers Making Songs About Eating P***y

Today’s topic is a weird one to talk about. I really don’t know how to go into it, but here goes. In the last two weeks or so, I’ve heard two songs about a ...

N.O.R.E. – Noreality [Review]

I always liked N.O.R.E.. Let me changed that, I always didn’t mind Noreaga. Yea, he wasn’t the most lyrical, I mean after the first CNN album, he really ton...
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4 Songs/Beats That Jay-Z Passed On

The other week I heard the original version of Jay-Z’s "Dig A Hole". The thing that was surprising is that beat that was used was from Fabolous’ "Return Of ...

Talib Kweli – Eardrum [Review]

"If skills sold truth be told, I'd probably be lyrically Talib Kweli". Jay-Z said that line on "Moment Of Clarity" in 2003. To me that signified that Talib ...

WC – Guilty By Affiliation [Review]

WC (pronounced "Dub-C") hasn't always gotten his due. Yea, he has the respect from his Hip-Hop peers, but after doing Rap music for almost 20 years, you’d t...

UGK – Underground Kingz [Review]

Can you believe UGK has been rapping for almost twenty years? Yea, there first album was the 1988 audio cassette only The Southern Way (Some say this album ...

Kia Shine – Due Season [Review]

The first time I saw Kia Shine was probably on MTV2 with his video "Krispy". I must have been in the dark because besides rapping and producing this Memphis...

Common – Finding Forever [Review]

Since his 1992 debut Can I Borrow a Dollar?, Common has always been known to stay true to Hip-Hop. While staying true to Hip-Hop is a good thing, Common hasn’...

T.I. – T.I. vs T.I.P. [Review]

People can say a lot of things about T.I., one thing they can’t say is that he hasn’t showed growth. When he debuted to the public along side Beanie Sigel o...

Pharoahe Monch – Desire [Review]

Pharoahe Monch has always been a great lyricist, but where the hell has he been? Okay here goes: His last album, Internal Affairs, was released in 1999. Aft...
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Young Barry White/Founder

The geek out of the bunch. He is also Jay-Z’s biggest fan. He looks like your cousin from the burbs. He is “Pro Black” (not anti-white, just “Pro Black”). Probably the wittiest out of the bunch. It is said that he got fired from the same job three times.

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