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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    Helter Skelter - Operation Lockdown
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    Quote Originally Posted by RotiKing2004eva View Post
    Helter Skelter - Operation Lockdown
    Yep! Good one!

    Heltah Skeltah - Magnum Force



    Big Pun - Capital Punishment



    Royce Da 5'9 - Death Is Certain


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    JAY-Z....reasonable doubt, v2-hard knock life, the blueprint, the black album.


    COMMON...like water for chocolate,

    TRIBE CALLED QUEST...the low end theory

    ERIC B & RAKIM...paid in full

    NAS...illmatic

    MOS DEF & TALIB KWELI...black star

    DR DRE...the chronic

    OUTKAST...southernplayalisticadillacmuzik

    WUTANG CLAN...36 chambers

    DMX...it's dark and hell is hot.

    THE ROOTS...game theory

    TALIB KWELI...quality

    RAEKWON...only built 4 cuban linx

    M.E.T.H.O.D MAN...tical

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    Dead Prez - Let's Get Free
    Mos Def - Black On Both Sides
    Stylez P - A Gangsta & A Gentleman
    Jadakiss - Kiss Tha Game Goodbye
    Busta Rhymes - When Disaster Strikes
    Talib Kweli - Quality
    Kanye West - The College Dropout
    Jay Z - Reasonable Doubt // Hard Knock Life // The Dynasty // Black Album
    Nas - Illmatic // Stillmatic // Streets Disciple
    Biggie - Ready To Die // Life After Death // Born Again
    Eminem - The Slim Shady LP // The Marshall Mathers LP // The Eminem Show

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    HIP HOP ALBUMs

    Gangstar – Moment of Truth
    Ice Cube – Death Certificate
    Outkast – ATLiens
    Tribe Called Quest – Midnight Marauders
    Mos Def – Black on Both Sides
    Talib – Reflection Eternal
    Outkast – Aquemini
    Mobb Depp – The Infamous
    BDP – Criminal Minded
    Slick Rick – The Great Adventures…
    Fugees – The Score
    Nas – Illmatic
    Jay-Z – Reasonable Doubt
    Pac – Machiavelli
    B.I.G. – Ready to Die
    Wu Tang Clan – Enter the Wu
    Pharoahe Monch – Internal Affairs
    Dre – Chronic
    Beastie Boys – Licensed to Ill
    Eric B & Rakim – Paid in Full
    Public Enemy – It Takes a Nation….

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    Speakin of hip hop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bake n Shark View Post
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    except I'd put Life After Death up there instead of ONYX


    Tribe Called Quest- People's Instinctive Travels; The Low End Theory, Midnight Marauders ( ); The White Album.

    Gangstarr- Step in the Arena; Daily Operation; Hard to Earn; Jazzmatazz Vol. I

    EPMD- Strictly Business, Business As Usual, Business Never Personal

    Public Enemy- Fight the Power (title track ), Fear of a Black Planet, It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back ("Black Steel In The Hour of Chaos" ...one of THE seminal socio-political rap songs of all time)

    yeah..I'm old school, don't listen to that nu-age nonsense on the radio these days.
    what he said....and

    Black Reign....Queen Latifah

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    Chief Kamachi - Concrete Gospel

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    Exclamation Waaaaaayyeee

    WELL I AM A REAL HIP HOP HEAD / FANATIC SO I GO REALLY HADDA GIVE THIS 1 SOME THOUGHT & GET BACK WITH A PROPER LIST..... JUST SO U KNOW IN ADVANCE NYC RAP/HIP HOP WILL BE TOPPING THE LIST PROBABLY THE 1ST 20.... EZ
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