Black Entertainment : Underground hip hop is true hip hop

Discussion in 'Black Entertainment' started by farrah, Jul 21, 2002.

  1. farrah

    farrah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    the hip hop of these days is so commercial...jay-z can flow but he keeps talking the same tired mess. ....sadat x is on the D&D project 2 album that came out july 16th along with all the other underground artists like Craig-G, Jack Venom, QNC, and more real hip hop artists. I hope people don`t sleep on this....this will show what hip hop really is.
     
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    $$RICH$$ Lyon King Admin. STAFF

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    i've checked out all dis and hip hop not da say
     
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    i agree!

    farrah you're totalyl right! i love this new D&D Project II compilation. it's really hot and i definitely agree with your take on the state of hip-hop and underground hip-hop. the beatminerz production ont his compilation alone should give anyone a reason to give up on mainstream ****.
     
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    it's cool and hip hop done change a lot !!!
     
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