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#1 Sobermindedmusic

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Posted 28 May 2014 - 10:49 AM

There is 1988 hiphop, 1993 hiphop, then the rest of the field. Check the album releases.

88

BIG DADDY KANE-LONG LIVE THE KANE- The rise of a challenger to Rakim's throne. Classic album
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ERIC B AND RAKIM-FOLLOW THE LEADER- The god's follow up to PAID IN FULL. CLASSIC

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PUBLIC ENEMY-IT TAKES A NATION OF MILLIONS ...-Classic follow up to YO, Bumrush the Show, pretty much the soundtrack of the time period, bolstered the following year by the movie Do The Right Thing.  

BIZ MARKIE- GOIN OFF- Almost every song is a hit single/party starter. Classic.
 

ICE T-POWER- Arguably his best work. Hell, the album cover would have went platinum by itself. Classic.
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NWA-STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON -The world will never be the same. Classic.
 
MC LYTE- LYTE AS A ROCK Female lyrical supremacy. Classic.
BDP- BY ALL MEANS NECESSARY-- KRS at his apex. Classic
GETO BOYS- MAKIN TROUBLE--SLEPT ON CLASSIC.
SLICK RICK- THE GREAT ADVENTURES OF--- story telling at it's finest. Classic
Rob Base and DJ EZ ROCK- IT TAKES TWO---Ruled the radio and MTV
TOO SHORT- LIFE IS TOO SHORT--his best body of work, by far. Classic.
EASY E-EZ DUZ IT-----CLASSIC
SIR MIX ALOT-SWASS----3 words. POSSE ON BROADWAY!
RODNEY O AND JOE COOLEY ME AND JOE-----Ruled the clubs and trunks in the west and south.
EPMD'S STRICTLY BUSINESS, KING T'S ACT A FOOL, SALT AND PEPAS' A SALT WITH A DEADLY PEPA, AUDIO TWO'S WHAT MORE CAN I SAY, 2 LIVE CREWS' MOVE SOMETHIN, DJ JAZZY JEFF AND THE FRESH PRINCES' HE'S THE DJ, I'M THE RAPPER, ULTRA MAGENETICS' CRITICAL BEATDOWN, JUNGLE BROTHERS' STRAIGHT OUT THE JUNGLE.

UN B FREAKIN LIEVABLE !

TO KEEP TRACK, YOU HAD THE GANGSTERS, THE LYRICISTS, THE BLACK MOVEMENT, THE PIMPS, THE WOMEN, THE STORY TELLERS, THE MAINSTREAM, THE LEFT FIELD. ALL GETTING SHINE. MAJOR SHINE. ALL HAD AT LEAST ONE SONG PLAYED ON PRIME TIME RADIO.





93

While there were many great releases in 93, u can sum this year up with 4 superb game changing releases.

NAS - ILLMATIC----NO DESCRIPTION NECESSARY .
 

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SNOOP-DOGGYSTYLE---NO DESCRIPTION NECESSARY

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A TRIBE CALLED QUEST- MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS- NO DESCRIPTION NECESSARY



WU TANG CLAN- 36 CHAMBERS- MAYBE U HEARD OF IT?
 

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BY THE WAY, SOULS OF MISCHIEFS' 93 TIL, CYPRESS HILLS' BLACK SUNDAY,SCARFACES' THE WORLD IS YOURS, TUPACS' STRICTLY FOR MY NIGGAZ, 8 BALL AND MJGS' COMIN OUT HARD,BRAND NUBIANS' IN GOD WE TRUST, SPICE 1S 187 HE WROTE,MASTA ACES' SLAUGHTERHOUSE, DELS' NO NEED FOR ALARM, AND ONYX BACDAFUCUP came out that year.

TO KEEP TRACK U HAD THE ECCENTRIC, THE 2ND COMING OF RAKIM, AN UNDISPUTED KING OF THE WEST, THE CLAN, THE ESSEs,THE 5 %, AND PAC.

This type of stuff can happen today....can't it? 



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Posted 28 May 2014 - 03:18 PM

It's happening right now with certain cats.... it's just not going to sound the same though.... that's just a totally different era.



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Posted 28 May 2014 - 05:52 PM



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Posted 29 May 2014 - 06:46 AM

And just like MJ/Kareem/Oscar Robertson/Dr. J/Karl Malone/Magic Johnson/Larry Bird/Clyde Drexler/Dražen Petrović/<insert name of basketball legend here> there is:



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Posted 03 June 2014 - 09:11 PM

You left out Dalibor bagaric, my dude.

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Posted 04 June 2014 - 01:03 AM

You left out Dalibor bagaric, my dude.

Good joke.

Vlade Divac and Toni Kukoč should get their place up there though.



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Posted 05 June 2014 - 10:52 AM

What in the name of fuck is going on in here?!?

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Posted 05 June 2014 - 11:37 AM

I've been wondering the same. Basically old geezers are always going to criticize the youth

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Posted 05 June 2014 - 12:19 PM

Good joke.
Vlade Divac and Toni Kukoč should get their place up there though.



Toni was such a bum defensively. Vlade the flopper had a busted Chetnik style. Nice guy and worked just hard enough.




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