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    Good times. I wish I lived in that era, even the 90's kicked ass.

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    heh, about a week or two ago, i found a great clip on youtube from arsenio live show and thought about the same thing



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    Fat Joe is talented, no question. He has too many haters in my opinion.

    [Fat Joe]
    Yeah
    This is goin out..
    to all the live mother****ers, knowhatI'msayin?
    All the real *****z
    Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
    California
    LaBella Puerto Rico, wherever the **** you from
    KnowhatI'msayin? Yeah

    This story takes place, back in the South Bronx
    where at the age of 14 I was already knockin off punks (yeah!)
    And suckers were scared to death -- every time I walked by
    I hear them *****z take their last breath (ahhh..)
    See I just didn't give a **** - and if you had a C-skin
    a leather bomber, you was gettin stuck (word!)
    That was the way it was
    One day I went to visit my aunt, and stuck up my cuz
    See **** was ****ed up back then
    No matter what the **** I did I never had no ends
    And my moms was on walfare
    Aiyyo I knew I had a father, but the ***** was never there
    So what the **** was I to do
    I'm sick and tired of bein the bummiest ***** out the crew
    I gotta get mine, I gotta get cash
    I see an old man, I'm gonna rob him with the quick-fast
    Give me your mother****in loot, papi
    I'm gonna get paid, and can't a damn thing stop me
    See, I'm tired of this poor ****
    And who the cops? Well they can suck my mother****in dick
    Cause all them *****z ever do is harass
    That's why I get glad when I hear somebody smoked that ass (*gunshot*)
    Just to let ya know how I feel
    Word em up, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real


    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo the **** is real
    Aiyyo it's real
    Word up, the **** is real

    [Fat Joe]
    Now I'm sixteen and there's a brand new scene
    I'm makin mad loot, gettin paid off the dope fiends (word)
    Keep the **** in check, in order
    and my main man Tone was ****in everybody else's daughter
    See everybody knew in town
    that Joe and Tone had **** locked down
    And a ***** wouldn't test me
    It seems like every other day the ****in cops arrest me (yea!)
    But the **** will never stick
    I make one phone call and be out like quick
    Cause Uncle Dan had my back
    And now *****z gettin jealous cause they know I'm livin fat
    Talkin **** around the way and on the block
    But never in my face, cause they knew I packed a glock
    And my crew is mad deep
    A bunch of crazy Puerto Ricans, so aiyyo don't sleep (word!)
    And all you bitch ass *****z know the deal
    Check it out, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real

    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo it's real
    The ****in **** is real
    Yeah.. aiyyo it's real

    [Fat Joe]
    Check it out
    Let me let ya know why I made this song (why?)
    Brothers can't deal with the real, word is bond
    I'm sick and tired of these fake ass *****z
    sayin that they catchin bodies when they never pulled a trigga
    I know your style, I've seen it before
    You wear an army suit, now you think you're hardcore
    Drinkin on your 40's, smokin on your blunts
    Can't afford a chain so you wear gold fronts, yeah
    You're fakin the funk, kid
    And you'll be gettin it up the ass if you ever did a ****in bid
    It's time to separate the real from the phony
    The name is Fat Joe, punk, act like you know me
    I come equipped with the ruff ****
    Nowadays I can't believe the bull rappers come up with
    And all ya bitch-ass *****z know the deal
    Check it out, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real

    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo the **** is real
    Aiyyo it's real
    The ****in **** is real

    [Fat Joe]
    Word up!
    I wanna say peace to my peeps, The Beatnuts
    Messengers of Funk, Strickly Roots
    My man Funk Flex, Zulu Nation
    Jazzy J in the house
    Diamond D, the whole Diggin' in the Crates crew
    And rest in peace to my man Tony Montana
    Aiyyo, I'm out, word is bond
    The **** is real

    (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo

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    I'm not a huge fan of Fat Joe but this song is really good. Reminds me of one of my all time favorites - Wu Tang Clan's C.R.E.A.M.

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    Originally Posted by rady
    I'm not a huge fan of Fat Joe but this song is really good. Reminds me of one of my all time favorites - Wu Tang Clan's C.R.E.A.M.
    Yea, it was that NYC gangsta rap style that put NYC on the map big time. It was lyrical, soul and great story telling. Ever since NYC stop doing that, the quality rap it self just fell off.

    Wu-Tang Clan is too classic, they were too good all around for people to really appreciate them.

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    Default Good BEFORE

    Originally Posted by metrocard


    Fat Joe is talented, no question. He has too many haters in my opinion.

    [Fat Joe]
    Yeah
    This is goin out..
    to all the live mother****ers, knowhatI'msayin?
    All the real *****z
    Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens
    California
    LaBella Puerto Rico, wherever the **** you from
    KnowhatI'msayin? Yeah

    This story takes place, back in the South Bronx
    where at the age of 14 I was already knockin off punks (yeah!)
    And suckers were scared to death -- every time I walked by
    I hear them *****z take their last breath (ahhh..)
    See I just didn't give a **** - and if you had a C-skin
    a leather bomber, you was gettin stuck (word!)
    That was the way it was
    One day I went to visit my aunt, and stuck up my cuz
    See **** was ****ed up back then
    No matter what the **** I did I never had no ends
    And my moms was on walfare
    Aiyyo I knew I had a father, but the ***** was never there
    So what the **** was I to do
    I'm sick and tired of bein the bummiest ***** out the crew
    I gotta get mine, I gotta get cash
    I see an old man, I'm gonna rob him with the quick-fast
    Give me your mother****in loot, papi
    I'm gonna get paid, and can't a damn thing stop me
    See, I'm tired of this poor ****
    And who the cops? Well they can suck my mother****in dick
    Cause all them *****z ever do is harass
    That's why I get glad when I hear somebody smoked that ass (*gunshot*)
    Just to let ya know how I feel
    Word em up, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real


    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo the **** is real
    Aiyyo it's real
    Word up, the **** is real

    [Fat Joe]
    Now I'm sixteen and there's a brand new scene
    I'm makin mad loot, gettin paid off the dope fiends (word)
    Keep the **** in check, in order
    and my main man Tone was ****in everybody else's daughter
    See everybody knew in town
    that Joe and Tone had **** locked down
    And a ***** wouldn't test me
    It seems like every other day the ****in cops arrest me (yea!)
    But the **** will never stick
    I make one phone call and be out like quick
    Cause Uncle Dan had my back
    And now *****z gettin jealous cause they know I'm livin fat
    Talkin **** around the way and on the block
    But never in my face, cause they knew I packed a glock
    And my crew is mad deep
    A bunch of crazy Puerto Ricans, so aiyyo don't sleep (word!)
    And all you bitch ass *****z know the deal
    Check it out, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real

    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo it's real
    The ****in **** is real
    Yeah.. aiyyo it's real

    [Fat Joe]
    Check it out
    Let me let ya know why I made this song (why?)
    Brothers can't deal with the real, word is bond
    I'm sick and tired of these fake ass *****z
    sayin that they catchin bodies when they never pulled a trigga
    I know your style, I've seen it before
    You wear an army suit, now you think you're hardcore
    Drinkin on your 40's, smokin on your blunts
    Can't afford a chain so you wear gold fronts, yeah
    You're fakin the funk, kid
    And you'll be gettin it up the ass if you ever did a ****in bid
    It's time to separate the real from the phony
    The name is Fat Joe, punk, act like you know me
    I come equipped with the ruff ****
    Nowadays I can't believe the bull rappers come up with
    And all ya bitch-ass *****z know the deal
    Check it out, the ****in **** is real
    Hey yo, it's real

    Chorus: (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo the **** is real
    Aiyyo it's real
    The ****in **** is real

    [Fat Joe]
    Word up!
    I wanna say peace to my peeps, The Beatnuts
    Messengers of Funk, Strickly Roots
    My man Funk Flex, Zulu Nation
    Jazzy J in the house
    Diamond D, the whole Diggin' in the Crates crew
    And rest in peace to my man Tony Montana
    Aiyyo, I'm out, word is bond
    The **** is real

    (*cuts "Down on the reel to reel"*)

    Aiyyo
    Fat Joe was good BEFORE!

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    How could we forget people like Nas, ILLMATIC!!!!!!, and Jay-Z!!!!!!! Well Jay-Z before his new crappy album.

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    the illmatic is unique. and i'm a proud owner of an original cd

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    I canīt start new threads, so I will write my question here:

    I was visiting NYC last week and I assisted to the NJN-NYK game at the Madison Square Garden. I liked so much the music during half time, timeouts, before the game... And my question is:

    Do you know the titles of any of the songs usually played during the Knicks games?

    Thank you in advance

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    No one mentioned J. Dilla and his classic shining? Common's MC square? Aw man ya'll missing some major hip hop. If ya'll think Fat Joe was sick...J Dilla on a whole nother level with it. His stuff can't be reproduced. This guy was a beat genius. The early timbaland albums like "up jumps the boogie".

    Up Jumps The Boogie (Timbaland, Magoo, Aaliyah, and Missy...a classic!!)



    Common MC^2 prod. by J Dilla



    Frank N Dank



    Strange Fruit Project (The Jam!)

    ,


    A Tribe Called Quest, Frand N Dank, Slum Village, Pete Rock, Strange Fruit Project, The Roots, Pharcyde...awww man ya'll missin out. Gotta give love to Talib and Mos def for keepin it real.

    That is all I listen to...Hip Hop from the 90s and my slow jams. That's all I rock to. It's good to see everyone is on the same page with the state of hip hop. Back in the day I could just turn on the radio and hear my jams...now I have to roll with my mp3 player everywhere I go cuz the game is garbage. Gotta stick with my intellectuals...Nas, Talib, Mos Def, J. Dilla, The Roots, and Common. All of their lyrics are on point. Much love to Alicia Keys too. That's my favorite R&B chick. She looks good, is intellectual and has class but at the same time she gives you all of what she has...gotta love that. Dag I can speak on this for days...
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    dam guys...well yea NAS illmatic was his best cd...and im into 90s rap...but like more like BIG L, MASTA ACE, A Tribe Called Quest, Naughty By Nature, Notorious B.I.G, Wu Tang! and other stuff 2 much 2 mention

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    Big L might have been the most skilled ever, it was between him and Big Pun. Lyrically, those 2 rappers were crazy, no one now could touch them. Common, Talib, and Mos def are all nice. Krs1, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Masta Ace, these guys were all sick. Who the **** is Soulja boy, MiMs, and these other garbage rappers who i dont even consider rappers. I cant name one song by either of them, even Jay-Z dissed MIMs. Mobb Deep was one of the best groups of the 90's, Prodigy is one of the best ever. Cant forget about gangstarr.

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    WOW!!! u know hip hop man! hip hop is dead man...i mean wow superman that hoe? wtf ok i get where he going with that but he can say something else other than that...and yea man BIG L! haha thats my nigg man...he had lyrical talent...here some of his punchlines man

    Facts on tracks I recite well
    Everybody be like mike but mike wanna be like L

    Im undefeated thats the stone truth
    Cause battlin me is like fightin a gorilla in a phone booth

    A lot of rappers talk that murder **** and couldnt kill time

    Ask beavis i get nothing BUThead

    And if a bitch dont like me she must like women

    Emcees I squash and disgrace, its all about the benjis
    So why your bills got washingtons face?

    What's this mother****in rap game without L?
    Yo, that's like jewels without ice
    That's like china without rice
    or the Holy Bible without Christ
    or the Bulls without Mike
    or crackheads without pipes
    The Village without dykes
    or hockey games without fights

    theres much more but yea those are some...

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    All the guys you have mentioned are sick. I also want to pay my respects to Jada Kiss, DMX, Leaders of the New School, and Busta.

    There are some terrible rappers. A lot of one hit wonders out there. Personally there's too much commercial sh@t out there. Everyone wants to make people dance!! Nah man I want to hear some stories about the streets, I wanna get pumped when I listen to rap. I luv that war music from WuTang and Mobb Deep. I don't know if any of you heard from this group called 41st side. These were some thugged out cats from QueensBridge. I know there are some Mobb Deep fans here, so if you haven't heard from 41st side, look for them. They took out an album around 7 years ago. Straight street.

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    Nba Logo timbaland

    yeah... if u like timbaland , there is a compilation series you should check out called "Euro Club Hits" --

    it's pretty clear that dance music is coming back around the world -- just check the recent big American hip-hop and R&B hits which are clear rip-offs of the european dance style.....

    here's the direct iTunes link to the "Euro Club Hits" series.....

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