i feel like 99.9% of the time im listening to tech n9ne or hopsin. my ipod needs some veriety.
dont give me just artists give me a couple songs to start on.
it can be rap or rock/metal or rap/rock.
i used to be an old school rock guy. then i went through a metal phase. now im on rap. but i find that some of my favorite songs is shit like riot maker, the industry is punks, the beast, beef, and then im into faster rapping and delivery.
but please, good quality, i respect underground artists and all but i wont listen to them if they have shitty production quality.
so ya, give me something to do, drop some songs.
KRIZZ KALIKO/SOULJA - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nmuvy_2yOWQ
PEEP THESE SONGS AT THE PAGE ABOVE OR EMAIL ME AND ILL SEND EM DIRECT . FOR THAT FREE-99
SEX DEMON - SOULJA FEAT. IRV DA PHENOM
TILL THE WHEELS FALL OFF - SOULJA FT. IRV DA PHENOM
SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY 2k11 - SOULJA FT. KRIZZ KALIKO & OUTRAGEOUS
BLACK SHEEP FT. SPICE 1 & NOTES
Bun B's new Trill OG album.. Cold.. cold record.. take it from a strange employee that hears a lot of music.. cold record
listen to RITTZ, dude is a monster
I got love for some Cham so no hate here for him. If you like some lyrics & content I usually bump some Talib Kweli or Dialated Peoples. The Roots are a good change of pace group & they've put out some good shit for years...
[EXCELLENT choice from Cross-Eyed with the Bun B Album]
Don't think I saw him posted so I'll just say Talib Kweli's "Gutter Rainbows" is easily my favorite album so far of 2011, not a single weak track on it imo, "Gutter Rainbows" "Palookas" "Cold Rain" "Uh Oh" "So Low" "Tater Tot" "Friends And Family" are some of my favorite tracks, though I love the entire album, it's short too, just 14 tracks, def recommend that
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8JadtMcY54&feature=related Charles Hamilton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vURXoPnN0m4 Childish Gambino
Tyler, The Creator
Maybe some Kottonmouth Kings? They do a rip-hop (rap with rock), and they a Tech good homies
Definitely check out Yelawolf. Particularly his mixtape "Stereo" which has him rapping over classic rock songs turned rap beats.
Kendrick Lamar is fucking awesome. Section .80 is one of the best albums I've heard in a long fucking time. Dre, Snoop, and Game pretty much crowned him the new king of the West Coast.
Check out Cee-Lo Green's older albums, before Gnarls Barkley. He has a good variety of sounds and styles, and that dude can go ham-mother-fuckin'-sandwich when it comes to rapping.