Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Gaga, Oct 5, 2004.
The girl i like likes rap songs so i need a list of good rap songs.
Ween - Put Your Boobs On
doesn't matter if she doesn't like it, it's just so we just have somethin in common.
thanks so far
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hieroglyphics, digable planets, myg, black star, dead prez, dizzy rascal, dialated peoples, jurrasic 5, blackalicious, gang star, mos def, us3, wyclef jean
I'm sure the girl doesn't like underground hip hop...
Here's a short list of what I'd put on a cd for a girl right now:
Fabolous - Breathe
Eminem - Just Lose It
3 6 Mafia - Late Night Tip
Jadakiss - Why
Nelly and Tim McGraw - Over and Over
Juvenile - Nolia Clap
Killer Mike - ADIDAS
Nitty - Nasty Girl
Akon and Styles P - Locked Up
Eightball and MJG - You DOn't Want Drama
Mobb Deep - Got it Twisted
A copule of the songs I don't really like (Nelly, and Nitty) but I almost guarantee she will.
Blackstar (its Mos Def and Talib Kwali and its just really good semi-political rap)
Public Enemy (somewhat oldschool political rap)
Tupac - Hit Em Up (one of the most violent songs I think I've ever heard. he actually says "Oh yeah, Mobb Deep, you wanna fuck with us? You little young ass motherfuckers don't one of you niggaz got sickle-cell or somethin?")
anything by the Wu
De La Soul
Tribe Called Quest
Mos Def and Talib Kweli (Blackstar)
Old Redman stuff
Mc Paul Barman
Some Wu tang here and there hehe
Jedi Mind Tricks
Poor Righteous Teachers...I could go on forever.
I used to like them, but then I listened to the lyrics and realized what stupid racist pieces of shit they really are.
Dead Prez <3 the white folk.
Just go to billboard.com or mtv.com and see what they have as the top 20 rap/hip hop/r&b tracks.
It's not necessarily good, but she'll like it.
Del (Deltron 3030 is required listening)
De La soul
Black Eyed Peas(not any of their new shit)
Tribe Called Quest
Deltron 3030 is an amazing CD
I suggest The Coup. They're not TOO well known, but they're really great. They're more political/social commentary than anything else with songs like "5,000,000 ways to kill a CEO" and "The Repo Man Sings for you"
I'm not poor, nor am I black, but I can really see how well crafted the lyrics are and how they really do express the plight of the poor black people.
anything by cypress hill
Most likely look into anything by Lil Jon, Ludacris and T.I. also. For the more main-stream stuff.
I like your taste in music
I'll add Murs to that list.