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Download a new hiphop mix

new hiphop mix for jan

its been a long time, shouldnt have left ya, without a good mix to bop to.

somethin old somethin vol 4!
http://suidrewt.org/pip/SconeboyJan1.mp3

lil kim ‘crush o­n you’ (Lil Cease Verse)
biggie ‘unbelivable’
black moon ‘i gotcha open’
d&d all stars ‘1 2 pass it’ (Mad lion, doug e fresh, krs o­ne)
krs o­ne ‘im number #1’ (intro)
mos def ‘universal magnetic’ (intro)
mos def ‘mathmatics’
shyhim ‘on and o­n’ (dj premier remix)
group home ‘the legacy’
dilated peoples ‘work the angles’ (instrumental)
dilated peoples ‘rework the angles’
phatkat ‘dedication’
j dilla ‘pause’
jaylib ‘raw addict’ / ‘raw addict remix’
jayz ‘who u wit’
das fx ‘real hiphop’
asaviour ‘the homecoming’
harry love ‘suprize’
apathy ‘just begun’ inst / apathy ‘just begun’
nygz ‘giantz ta this’
gangstarr ‘code of the streets’
lord finesse ‘strictly for the ladies’
king tee ‘dippin’
geto boys ‘mind playing tricks o­n me’
quasimoto ‘broad factor’

comes in at just

over 60 mins. enjoy!!

via. http://users.warche.st/~pip/

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(Offbeaters/Subversiv*rec) posted GUNPORN funny but it´s true

GUNPORN funny but it´s true 

Description: from the first GUNPORN album.
Gunporn are Bleubird, Siaz & Nomad (Cavemen Speak), Marcus (Stacs of Stamina) o­n the beats from Xndl (Offbeaters/Subversiv*rec)

a rough electronical album with raps with various influences like elektro, d&b, downbeat…
for people who like stuff like Anticon, Lex Rec or Big Dada

Download > User Uploads (Beta) 

Added o­n: 02-Mar-2005

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http://www.dirtyloop.com/

Song

Video

From the Release

Avantcore

x

MH235

Busdriver

Fear of a Black Tangent

Looking Through the Facets of a Plastic Jewel

MH234

Bibio

fi

Drift In Place (featuring John Atkins)

MH233

Scientific American

Strong For The Future

Move o­n (with Sci)

MH232

Daedelus

Exquisite Corpse

The Luxury Of Loneliness (Boom Bip Remix)

MH231

Her Space Holiday

The Young Machines Remixed

Rifle Eyes

MH230

cLOUDDEAD

Ten

Sex In Space

x

MH228

Circus vs. Andre Afram Asmar

Gawd Bless The Faceless Cowards

Inch Inch

x

MH227

Neotropic

White Rabbits

Movin’ Truck

x

MH226

Radioinactive and Antimc

Free Kamal

Isis (featuring Lord 360)

x

MH225

The Opus

Breathing Lessons

Tech Romance

x

MH224

Her Space Holiday

The Young Machines

(Music Will Be) The Death Of Us All

x

MH223

Thavius Beck

Decomposition

Sudden and Increasingly Strange Behavior

x

MH222

Octavius

Audio Noir

Club Apotheosis (featuring Hymnal)

x

MH221

Omid

Monolith

Syupaman

MH220

Neutrino

Neutrino

Things Told

x

MH219

Villain Accelerate

Maid of Gold

fin

x

MH218

Daedelus

Rethinking The Weather

Train Song

x

MH217

Listener

Whispermoon

Scientism

x

MH216

Andre Afram Asmar

racetothebottom

Carl Weathers

x

MH215

Busdriver and Radioinactive with Daedelus

The Weather

Finger Paint With Bloodlike War Paint

x

MH214

Awol o­ne and Daddy Kev

Slanguage

Empty Save the Oxygen

x

MH213

Clue to Kalo

Come Here When You Sleepwalk

Out Of Live Wires and Twisties

x

MH212

Reaching Quiet

In the Shadow of the Living Room

Multicultural Markets

x

MH211

Curse ov Dialect

Lost in the Real Sky

Cartwheel

x

MH210

Lulu Mushi

Cinnamon Girl

Track 29

x

MH209

odd nosdam

plan 9… meat your hypnotis.

19. Loop/Truncate

x

MH208

Jel

10 Seconds

No Time to Chill

x

MH207

Labtekwon

Song of the Sovereign

Bike (2: Cold Lunch)

x

MH206

cLOUDDEAD

cLOUDDEAD

Visual Music

x

MH205

Fat Jon

Wave Motion

So You Wanna Be Rapstar or Recycling Bin

x

MH204

So Called Artists

Paint By Number Songs

The Music

x

MH203

Radioinactive

Pyramidi

Basic Cable

x

MH202

Aesop Rock

Float

Dead Man’s Teal

x

MH201

Boom Bip & Doseone

Circle

Transfiguration

x

MH025

Andre Afram Asmar

Transmigration

15:01

x

MH022

Antimc

Run

Touch Type

x

MH021

Busdriver and Radioinactive as The Weather

Touch Type b/w Winthorp & Winthorp

Physics of a Bicycle

x

MH020

cLOUDDEAD

The Peel Session

This About the City

x

MH019

cLOUDDEAD

The Sound of a Handshake / This About the City

Sideshow (Part 1)

x

MH018

So Called Artists

Sideshow

Shed Those McValues

x

MH010

Jel

The Meat & Oil ep

I Think Both Understood

x

MH006

Neutrino

Quest

Samsara

x

MH005

Nickodemus and Jay B.

present A New Day

The Fish Fry (part 1)

x

MH004

Glenn Underground

The Fish Fry

Lady in the Mist

x

MH003

J. Cru

Freestyles

Blue Sonoko

x

MH002

Lulu Mushi

Oval Compositions

Voodoo Science

x

MH001

Boom Bip & Dj Osiris

The Low End Sequence ep

http://www.dirtyloop.com/MusicandVideos.html

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Killer !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

unkle – rabbit in your headlights vid *.mpg*

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Download a (A Spike Lee Joint)

p77 – 024 (A Spike Lee Joint)

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DOWNLOAD (192 kbps mp3/107.2 mb/78 minutes)
(ctrl click/right click to download)

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DJ Premier In Deep Concentration – Gang Starr
Arhythamaticulas – Aceyalone
Galangal Root – Metal Fingers
Luck Of Lucien – A Tribe Called Quest
The Double K Show – People Under The Stairs
Dope o­n Plastic – Rob Swift
Marley Marl Scratch – Marley Marl feat. MC Shan
Ajo – Peter King
Can We Pretend – Bill Withers
World’s Famous – The Beatnuts
Modern Jive – The Sugarman Three & Co.
Luchini (A.K.A. This Is It) – Camp Lo
What About You (In The World Today) – Co Real Artists
What Have You Done for Me Lately? – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
This Is A Story/Super Spankin’ No. 2 – Tim “Love” Lee
King Tubby Meets The Rockers Uptown – Augustus Pablo
Ghost A’ Go Go – Richard Rome
Another Thought – Arthur Russell
I’m Glad You’re Mine – Al Green
MCs Act Like They Don’t Know – KRS-One
There’s A Break In The Road – Betty Harris
Lesson Three: The History Of Hip Hop – Double DEE & Steinski
Anyone Who Had A Heart – Dionne Warwick

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download [hiphop] sconeboy august mix

funkdoobiest – rock o­n
group home – livin proof / supastar
serch – daze in a weak
nas – halftime
deda – baby pa
kurious – im kurious / uptown shit
ghost – flip it
skeptik – wordsearch
afu ra – voodoo child (primo remix)
bumpy knuckles – the lah
gangstarr – rite where u stand
jaylib – pillz / the red
madvillain – americas most blunted
the roots – what they do
jazzy jeff – how i do
bilal mos def common – reminisce

http://suidrewt.org/pip/AugustMix.mp3

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Download French hiphop mixtape

French hip-hop mixtape
vol.3

/Funky_Logic_-_Rough_French_Hip_-_Hop.mp3

Tracklist

01. Sleo – L’Aventure Commence
02. Tiwony – Pas De Timinik
03. Driver – Inspecteur Nasser
04. Les Sages Poetes De La Rue – Qu’est-ce Qui Fait Marcher Les Sages
05. Sens Unik – Laisse Toi Aller
06. General Murphy – Jeunes
07. MC Solaar – A Dix De Mes Disciples
08. Alliance Ethnik – L’Original
09. Sleo – Joue Le Simple
10. B Love – Lucy
11. Mad in Paris – Daydreamin’
12. Fabe – Ca Fait Partie de Mon Passe
13. MC Solaar – Et Dieu Crea L’Homme
14. Soon E MC – Repugnant
15. Lucien – Funky Piano From a Town Call Paris
16. Soon E MC – Elucider Ce Mystere Elucidate

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12 Point Program for Hip Hop

12 Point Program for Hip Hop
Adisa Banjoko

Right about now, there is a resurgence of consciousness in Hip Hop. It reminds me of what was o­nce known as “The Golden Age of Hip Hop”. This new consciousness is evidenced in the rise of Dead Prez, Talib Kweli, Paris, Zion I, Common, Mystic, Mos Def, Encore, Shamako Noble, Immortal Technique, the new tracks by MC Ren, and others. This is a beautiful thing to watch, and something that makes me proud to see.

The Black Panther Party for Self Defense used to have a ten point program to rebuild the Black community. It was something to help keep the Black community focused how freedom was to be achieved. Unfortunately, the masses did not listen to them as well as they should have and many people lost out due a lack of follow though.

This is a twelve point program I have constructed in hope of rejuvenating the Hip Hop community and industry across the board. I believe without fail that if these ideas are put into action that Hip Hop will gain a higher status in the minds of those who love it as well as in the hearts of those who hate it. This list can be used by anybody (regardless of race, faith, or culture) who is an MC/rapper. But for those that TRY to be conscious, I feel these things are a must. Big props to Scape Martinez for helping me refine this (even though we disagree with some points).

1. Stop the cursing. If you are going to reach the people, you need to be refined lyrically. You will have o­ne up o­n the radio industry who tries to ignore you.

You must also make yourself loved by the parents of the children who love Hip Hop. Keeping it clean o­n wax is an easy way to gain an upper hand in the streets and in the industry at the same time. Plus you don’t have to always make clean versions of everything- so it saves you money. In the movie Malcolm X’s original mentor says that a man curses because he does not have the tools to tell you what?s really o­n his mind. So chill out and tell us what?s o­n your mind. Gangstarr’s Step in the Arena is a perfect example of how you can stay REAL and not curse.

2. Stop using the word “nigga”. The word “nigger/nigga” was a lyrical tool of empowerment for the Hip Hop movement during the late 80’s and early 90’s. It came at a time when Black people needed to counter the hateful words being put upon them for so long. Now, the word has indeed been diluted in its power (it does not hurt most Black people to be called that name anymore). However, it also lost its painful historical relevance. We need to remind people of where the word came from, so it is never taken lightly. If you are unclear o­n the history of it, go read “100 Years of Lynchings” by Ralph Ginzburg.

3. Read. The more you know, the more you can rap about. Read about the history of your people as well as the histories and cultures of others. Nobody is asking you to become Nerdball McGee- but you should open a book. Choose a topic and go learn something you did not know the day before. Then bring that into Hip Hop. Ice Cube, KRS o­nE and Tupac Shakur were arguably at their best when they were reading.

4. Rap about YOUR Struggle. MC’s and rappers who are remembered are story tellers. Slick Rick, Ice Cube, Tupac and Rakim are able to bring you into their world and allow you to see from behind their eyes. This should be your goal as an MC. Tell us about your fam, your area, your personal journey in a way that no o­ne else can tell it. If you cannot do that, you will certainly fail to impress and inspire. Tell us about your city. Nobody cared about the Queens, Compton, or Vallejo until MC Shan, Eazy E, and E-40 told the world stories about where they came from.

5. Stop following trends, create them. The rap industry tries to create cookie cutter rappers now. They all come complete with pimp cups, loc’s, butt naked women and saggy pants. That has its place. But we need more people pushing the lyrical envelope. Brothers and sisters don’t try to flow with originality anymore. They just try to copy a carbon copy. Do not be afraid to find out who you are and challenge the trends across the board. N.W.A., Biggie Smalls, Beastie Boys, Common, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Public Enemy, Kwame, Paris, De La Soul, Queen Latifah, and Eminem (YES, I said EMINEM) all take creative chances musically and lyrically. From your look to your flow, be original in your life and o­n wax.

6. Respect Women. This is a subject that cannot be discussed too much. We need to stop using the word bitch and hoe (I’m talking to myself as well as y’all). We need to stop objectifying all women. By undermining them, we undermine the cornerstone of all civilization. This is a serious thing. You can still make a dope jam and show respect to the women. Remember that every “hoe” and “bitch” is someone else?s sister, daughter, mother- maybe even yours. So clean yourself up. I’m not asking you to take estrogen shots, watch Oprah 24/7 and wear a wig. Just show some respect.

7. Don’t forget to rock the party. This is a major problem in Hip Hop. Most of the MC’s who try to be conscious. They get so caught up in their mission that they forget to have fun. If all you do is spit politics and stuff, people never get to see you shine creatively. Show the people you have skills to rock the party, and then give them something to take home.

8. Learn an instrument. Since its inception Hip Hop has gotten far by sampling. The record industry has come down hard o­n us at times for doing it. Sampling has served its purpose, but it is time to show the world our full creativity. Learn an instrument for yourself. If you do, you will gain a new respect for those you sample and you’ll get new insights o­n how to make music for yourself.

9. Listen to all kinds of music from the past. This is crucial. Part of the reason Hip Hop is so stale is because Hip Hop o­nly listens to Hip Hop, nowadays. Chuck D, Mix Master Mike, DJ QBERT, KRS o­nE, P Ditty Poor Righteous Teachers, Premier, Jungle Brothers, Marley Marl, Timbaland, DJ Quick, Dr. Dre all listen to other forms of music. You should also read the biographies of some of these artists as well (something I’m about to get into). They listen to Jazz, Reggae, Blues, Rock, Heavy Metal, Symphony, Salsa, Zen flutes etc. This is a BIG part of what makes them great. Now, go be great!!!

10. Acknowledge the beauty of the other Hip Hop elements. This is a HUGE problem. Sometimes I think it is talked about too much. But the bottom line is that if you don’t have a full appreciation for graf writing, b-boy’ing, popping, locking, and turntablism you are missing a lot of tools that you can both learn from and incorporate into your shows. A lot of people confuse appreciation of these elements with being a hippy or dealing with things that are not “real”.

Nothing could be farther from the truth. Don’t sleep o­n that.

11. Choose a Cause. o­nce you know who you are, it is important that you ask yourself “What will I champion in Hip Hop besides my lyrics?” You care about education? Poverty issues? Are you just a party MC? Are you gonna champion your culture? Politics? Child abuse? Domestic violence? WHAT?!?!? Choose a cause then make sure you mention it from time to time. NOT o­n EVERY SONG- because you will turn people off.

12. Never forget the poor. This music is from them, for them, forever. Knowing that fact always, IS KEEPING IT REAL.

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