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    Default Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?



    That was the time when hip hop was born by Biggie and Tupac, both dead in california 1996.. Bone thugz N Harmony was in that time and they still making music in the present.. Alot of good rappers were in the 90's left (some still making music like eminem) because hip hop has changed... Right now hip hop mainstream has turned into shit... i rather listen to Aussie and New Zealand Hip hop now... americans hip hop is stuffed...



    Anyways discuss the early 90's hip hop here.. ok001

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    Default Re: Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?

    Tupac Shakur is one of the most brilliant rappers of all time. It's a shame that he went so soon, although it was kinda hard to relate to a lot of what he was saying-- being a small-town Hispanic Texan, and all. And a lot of his subject matter was a bit offensive, but his voice. That voice.



    I loved The Fugees, Common, Nas, B.I.G., Dr. Dre, NWA... every realm of early rap.



    Sadly, it has disintegrated. But there's a few quality emcees and nice hip hop groups still out there. I'm really liking Murs and The Roots and a few others.

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    Default Re: Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?

    OMG, no it sucked worse than it does today...

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    Default Re: Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?

    Nas and ?love are the only hip-hop act from 90s that I've ever listened

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    Default Re: Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spaw#1
    That was the time when hip hop was born by Biggie and Tupac, both dead in california 1996*1.. Bone thugz N Harmony was in that time and they still making music in the present.. Alot of good rappers were in the 90's left (some still making music like eminem) because hip hop has changed... Right now hip hop mainstream has turned into shit... i rather listen to Aussie and New Zealand Hip hop now... americans hip hop is stuffed...



    Anyways discuss the early 90's hip hop here.. ok001
    *1 Explain please, because you seem to me miss-educated.



    Heres some of the best of the 90's most of them PRE Tupac and Biggie (or before they became mainstream famous).

    NWA, Compton's Most Wanted, Geto Boys (although all three were around in the 80's), Coolio, Snoop, DPG, Warren G, Gangstarr, Nas, RBX, Big Pun, Dead Prez, KRS 1(although 80's as well), Wu-Tang Clan, MC Eiht, Spice-1, Ice Cube, Westside Connection, Dr.Dre, Eazy-E, A Tribe Called Quest, Arrested Development, Bone Thugs n" Harmony, 2Pac(My Fav), Biggie, Cypress Hill, Gravediggaz, The Coup, Jeru The Damaja, Jurassic 5, The Roots, Luniz, Mac Dre, M.O.P, Mobb Deep, South Central Cartel, Rapper 4 Tay, DJ Quik.



    Plus i would like to add that Hiphip as been around since the early 70's and the golen age was the late 80's.

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    Default Re: Anyone liked the early 90's hip hop?

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowman
    *1 Explain please, because you seem to me miss-educated.



    Heres some of the best of the 90's most of them PRE Tupac and Biggie (or before they became mainstream famous).

    NWA, Compton's Most Wanted, Geto Boys (although all three were around in the 80's), Coolio, Snoop, DPG, Warren G, Gangstarr, Nas, RBX, Big Pun, Dead Prez, KRS 1(although 80's as well), Wu-Tang Clan, MC Eiht, Spice-1, Ice Cube, Westside Connection, Dr.Dre, Eazy-E, A Tribe Called Quest, Arrested Development, Bone Thugs n" Harmony, 2Pac(My Fav), Biggie, Cypress Hill, Gravediggaz, The Coup, Jeru The Damaja, Jurassic 5, The Roots, Luniz, Mac Dre, M.O.P, Mobb Deep, South Central Cartel, Rapper 4 Tay, DJ Quik.



    Plus i would like to add that Hiphip as been around since the early 70's and the golen age was the late 80's.
    THANK YOU.



    today's rap game is shit.:censored:

 

 

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