SP THE GHOST
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S.P. Ghost, one of the greatest
the most underrated rapper of all time
after Lloyd Banks
The Hardest Out. D BLOCK.
LOX, D BLOCK, MASTER OF CERAMONIES Styles P one of the best.
Yeah, I wouldn’t say he’s THAT underrated, but he is my favorite D Block rapper and he does tend to get slept on.
Styles is that nucca! Can’t wait for the Wu-Block album…
Like we used to say in the Corps – cease fire, unload, show clear!!!
Did you say a “Wu-Block” album, Omar?
Enigmatic, you really don’t know about the Wu-Block album????? I’m shocked, kid. Google it and continue to salivate while hearing your stomach growl, dunny…
Damn, O, my work’s locked me out of all the damn music sites.
Who’s gonna handle production?
And yeah, I usually sleep on the latest music news cause most these rappers ain’t sh*t nowadays so it’s hardly ever worth keeping up, you know?
I feel you, Enig. Be thankful you have a job in this economic climate. Sh*t is bad, man. From what I read, RZA will handle some production but not all. They actually have a joint out together called “Wu-Block” which RZA produced. It’s pretty damn hard. And you have a point, I RARELY read any hip-hop magazines – if at all – and skim through the sites here and there. The game itself has just become, well, CORNY!! When Drake and Wayne are considered the top dogs in the game, you know hip-hop done took a FEW steps back…
How bout Ghostface Killah’s “shakey dog”?
He’s been doin his thing for a while now. Happy to see Slam givin’ Pineiro his props!
Man, O, it’s crazy how much we think alike far as music goes.
I need to get you on my blog one of these days, if I ever start writing the damn thing again.
Westside Connection “Bow Down” or “Hate It or Love It”
“Good times” my personal fav. Good memories, which I wont delve into, from that song. But between him & Jada, I pick Jada. I certainly miss the LOX tho, no doubt.
Wild out! Been bumpin my “Best of DBlock” mixes the past few days, so I’m just glad to see my vibrations made it all the way to Mac & Schneez HQ…
We old school heads, Enig. We were spoiled by having grown up during the golden era of hip-hop. Big Daddy Kane, Slick Rick, Rakim, KRS, Nas, Snoop, Dre, Big, Pac, Jay – solo artists that changed the game. Then of course we were blessed to witness groups such as Run DMC, Onyx, Brand Nubian, Cypress Hill, Tribe Called Quest, N.W.A, Gheto Boys, Wu-Tang, Mobb Deep, M.O.P. make straight fight music. Even one hit wonders or one year wonders that left their mark on the game in some way, shape or form like Coolio, Montell Jordan, Lady of Rage. And that’s not even getting into the R&B side of that era. Christ on crutches were babies being made sensually!!! Now babies are being made to Nicki Minaj and crap like that. Whenever you want me to build on ya blog, Enig just holla at cha boy! 70′s and 80′s babies rule the world!
Good lookin’ out, O.
ha ha no doubt, we were spoiled.
These kids nowadays have no idea.
M.O.P., now THAT’s who Schneezy needs to get on here.
“Breakin’ the Rules”, “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow” and of course “ANTE UP!” among others.
Matic/O does that stand for mop and shhht? Please tell me you guys heard the tape they did with J-zone a few years back…
Ha, I mean J-love…
Co-sign Enig. “Downtown Swinga (’96),” “World Famous,” “Blood, Sweat and Tears,” “How About Some Hardcore,” I can’t begin to say how many songs Mash Out Posse dropped that seriously ignited it’s share of fights and brawls. Name ONE song anyone from Cash Money, Young Money, Dirty Diddy Money or Money B every dropped that led to someone getting stomped out by Timberlands, CATs, or Trezeta boots with the metal spikes that came out the heel (why the hell would they greenlight those kind of boots in the hood? Did they know what we were capable of???). Todays “hardcore” rappers are softer than Drake’s Jew-fro…
Looking back, I really miss those Trezetas with the metal spikes. We used to leave dudes faces and bodies looking like Cube Steaks…
CLASSIC OMAR IN HERE. ENIG, DID YOU CHECK OUT STREET MILITARY? THEY FIT O’S DESCRIPTION OF MUSIC TO STOMP TO.
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