13 jan 2013, 22:24 av 8thlight
6 jan 2013, 23:38 av celer2008Hi everyone!
I'm trying to create a comprehensive jazz-hop chart, one that will be a good map to the whole sub-genre. Because I'm only one person, I'm having trouble finding everything there is out there, and even more trouble correctly categorizing stuff. I would appreciate it greatly if you would check your libraries and music collections and pick out what you think is jazz-hop and, if not on this list already, leave the "artist - album" in the comments. This would greatly speed up finishing this chart. Also, if you feel that specific albums from the uncategorized definitely belong on the chart, leave a comment. And, if you own jazz-hop from your local city or area, please share it with the rest of the world :)
The aim or idea of all of this is to have exactly 10 albums in each (sub)category. When I have collected and categorized everything, I will make a "chart" - a huge image file with all the album covers in rows and columns under every category. And, in due time, also dl link codes. …
22 maj 2012, 10:29 av WestSideTrippin01. Black Moon - Enta Da Stage
02. Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
03. Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle
04. A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders
05. Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
06. KRS-One - Return Of The Boom Bap
07. Ice Cube - Lethal Injection
08. Onyx - Bacdafucup
09. Lords of the Underground - Here Come the Lords
10. 2Pac - Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
11. Guru - Jazzmatazz Volume 1
13 feb 2012, 12:18 av thomas10This is an article in which I tried to bundle all the great losses of rock'n roll and modern music. That means all the musicians which are worldwide known and died at young age (before 51 years old). I tried to give a little information about the way they died. Most of the information I got from Wikipedia. When someone thinks I forgot an artist or that the information is incorrect... I'm open for new information.
The list is in order of age of dying
For the artists younger than 37 I'll recommend you Pt 1;
Lhasa de Sela (Lhasa) (1972-2010)
Following a 21-month-long battle with breast cancer, Lhasa died, age 37, on the evening of January 1, 2010, at her home in Montreal.
Rhett Forrester (RIOT) (1956-1994)
Murdered. He was shot and killed in Atlanta, Georgia, after he refused to give up his vehicle in an attempted carjacking. The crime has not to date, been solved.
1 feb 2012, 18:10 av aaronWHATMy top 20 of the year so far:
01. Into The Future - Bad Brains
02. 4Eva N A Day - Big K.R.I.T.
03. Blue Chips - Action Bronson & Party Supplies
04. Control System - Ab-Soul
05. The Man With The Iron Fists OST - RZA/Various Artists
06. MA_DOOM: Son Of Yvonne - Masta Ace & MF DOOM
07. good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
08. Knowledge Is Power Vol. 1 - Akala
09. P.E.E.P.: The aPROcalypse - Pro Era
10. Attack The Block - Talib Kweli
11. Rugby Thompson - Smoke DZA & Harry Fraud
12. Vodka & Ayahuasca - Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No)
13. Habits & Contradictions - ScHoolBoy Q
14. K.O.N.Y. - Smoke DZA
15. I.M. 4-EVA - Big Shug
16. Ichiban Sound In 3D - Willie B
17. 80 Minute Eternity - K-Rino
18. Live From The Underground - Big K.R.I.T.
19. Russian Roulette - The Alchemist
20. Gigantic Vol. 1 - Small Professor
Below is my thoughts on each album released this year that I've heard in order of hearing them.
★★★★★ = Dope as fuck.
★★★★ = Good, replayable.
3 jan 2012, 13:57 av Don_Ferretti1. Триагрутрика - Биг Сити Лайф
2. Guru - Lost Souls
3. Черная Экономика - Долбаёбы
4. Hair Original Broadway Cast - Aquarius
5. Shystie - TAG (ft. Miss Baby Sol)
6. Hot 8 Brass Band - Fly Away
7. Shystie - Warning (ft. Lady Leshurr & Lioness)
8. John Coltrane - Blue Train
9. Guru - Lifesaver
10. Maceo Parker - Children's World
31 dec 2011, 14:59 av JeekabsAnother year has passed, so, for the second time ever, I decided to put everything together.
This year my taste of music represents a bit of hip-hop, acoustic, rock, indie, soul, alternative, singer-songwriter, jazz, funk, electronic, chill, surf, blues, neo-soul, folk, underground hip-hop, indie rock, instrumental hip-hop, chillout, instrumental, trip-hop, alternative rock, pop, reggae, beats, swing, indie pop and jazz hop.
From February till July I enjoyed my time living in the beautiful city of Utrecht, The Netherlands, where I was an ERASMUS exchange student at the Utrecht University. Since I lived in a huge flat for five months with 11 awesome people from all over the world, this year my charts doesn't reflect the music I was actually into.
I was listening to lots of classic rock, like Led Zeppelin or The Beatles, together with Martin, Samuli, Dori and others we even did a jam session, and, of course, we were jumping to tracks like Hello and Like A G6 while attending Club Poema or Tivoli. …
9 jun 2011, 15:34 av OnyxLilninjaA spotify playlist that starts with funky party stuff , then goes smokey&dubby and finishes dark.
Naughty By Nature
handsome boy modelling school
De La Soul
1 maj 2011, 14:27 av yoana91Collection started in 2011
Alexandra Burke - Overcome (Deluxe Edition) 2009 + DVD
Alicia Keys - Songs in A Minor 2001 (The Platinum Collection 3 CD)
Alicia Keys - The Diary of Alicia Keys 2003 (The Platinum Collection 3 CD)
Alicia Keys - As I Am 2007 (The Platinum Collection 3 CD)
Alicia Keys - The Element of Freedom 2009
Aloe Blacc - Good Things 2010
Arrested Development - Greatest Hits 2001
A Tribe Called Quest - The Best Of A Tribe Called Quest 2008
Beyoncé - Dangerously in Love 2003
Beyoncé - B'Day (Deluxe Edition) 2006
Beyoncé - I Am...Sasha Fierce (Platinum Edition) 2008 + DVD
Beyoncé - I Am...Yours An Intimate Performance at Wynn Las Vegas 2009 2CD + DVD
Beyoncé - I Am...World Tour 2010 CD + DVD
Beyoncé - 4 (Deluxe Edition) 2011
Big Boi - Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors 2012
Black Eyed Peas - Bridging The Gap 2000 (Triple Pack)
Black Eyed Peas - Elephunk 2003 (Triple Pack)
Black Eyed Peas - Monkey Business 2005 (Triple Pack)
Blackstreet - Another Level 1996
7 apr 2011, 08:37 av jensyaohttp://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy199/YaoTheGreat/whatlmao.gif?t=1306392840
Hip Hop is supposed to be about creativity and having a good time, not worrying about what the public has to think about your craft and not being money orientated...and the images from above are from southern hip hop. (David Banner - Ain't Got Nothing)
I made this list a while ago and I left a lot out because it's only the highlights and "new listener friendly" - i.e. I didn't add too many Biggie/Big Pun/Big L tracks due to the ill concepts and cussing. Nor did I add the more famous tracks that everyone seems to know (from N.W.A.'s and Wu-Tang's first album). If I said rap/hip hop was an acquired taste, I would be lying.