Black Entertainment : Dirty South Rap with some thought

Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by Thirteen, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Thirteen

    Thirteen Active Member MEMBER

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    It seems to be kinda rare these days but it's there. The Goodie Mob's new album One Monkey Don't Stop No Show is a prime example of this. On songs like "God I wanna live" and "Play Your Flutes" the Goodie boys do a really good job of giving you something to think about on your trip of listening to the album. It's a fun album also. Too bad Cee Lo couldn't be here in the group to enjoy this release. The Goodie Mob seem back in step with this new album. If you haven't heard their new music...check the site.

    www.goodie-mob.net
     
  2. Pharaoh Jahil

    Pharaoh Jahil Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Goodie Mobb and OutKast are pretty much the only kats in Da South that come with some skills. Everyone else is on some 'bounce' type ish and after a while that gets tired. Cee-lo is on a higher level. He's actually my favorite one in the group, too bad he's not on this album but Im sure the Mobb is still bringing heat. I'll be sure to check it out.
     
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    yeah they bustin lyrics and holding it down i will check it out
     
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    For everyone's information, I am a HUGE Down-South Rap listener. It's just the beats, but there are passionate songs like "Thug Holiday" by Trick Daddy and Goddie Mob's lyrics and such. I'll have to check that out again for myself.

    Cedric Denson
     
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    My Favorite song on the New Goodie Mob Album is the song about coccaine number 4. It is a cool song.
     
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