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Ugh, there are some of vids I wanna put on, but I'm not too sure on how much profanity/violence is acceptable (little-to-no drug references, of course), so I'mma go for some of the more...docile...of my youtube favorites. This calls for...THE ASIS GALVIN SECTION (pt. 1)...Most of what I'm about to list is AG. The other stuff is listed because...well...I'm mellowed out most of the time and need something to match it (although sometimes, I listen to Carmel Dansen [English version] for some odd reason; it still helps with mellowing in strange ways :\).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knKxH1VqVgA&list=PL94D58C8E2EB7ECA5&index=16 -Misunderstood- Common (Pretty smooth...has an R&B feel to it)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFjCy48K7dQ&list=PL94D58C8E2EB7ECA5&index=1 - Huey vs Uncle Ruckus (Asis Galvin mix) (The fight, combined with the original version of this, electrified Boondocks fans' Season 2 excitement during the first episode of the Season. Also, some of his Boondocks mixes are steered towards making it seem like the original, like the Red Ball theme)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtUIoENDP0o Park Theme (more famously known as the Red Ball Theme)- JJ the Genius (on myspace, btw; this guy is one of my favorite producers....holy friggin hell, pretty much all of his beats are ON POINT. They're so good, that if you listen to the song with or without lyrics, you'll still get the same listening experience; This is the guy that did some of the songs for The Boondocks with Metaphor the Great, my favorite battle-rapper); This is the Asis Galvin Version (which is like an extended version): http://youtu.be/Y7FxZgR8MRs - Red Ball Theme (Huey's Theme) (Asis Galvin mix)
http://youtu.be/hQMBBY5GrV8 - Riley's Theme- Asis Galvin
And finally, I know most of you Brawl, so here are two songs that erm...might be a lil famliar ....just a lil
K...done for now....Holy hell, that's some description
I'm usually with my headphones.... either that or the house is full of my music
1. Vann, that be techno, foo
2. Now, All of ya know my position on when someone thinks Rap is A. hip hop or B. better than Hip hop music. Whenever someone does says one of those two things, I'm pretty much like this:
But now, I think I found somethin to contradict my statement about how hip-hop isn't rap. Metaphor the Great and JJ the Genius did some music on The Boondocks, and it was INSANE. If you don't know what I'm talkin about, then maybe THESE will refresh your memory (listen to the BGM >_>)
Riley joins Thugnificent's crew (it's been changed a lil in the actual version): Riley's Chain (show edit) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1BmHguf48A (show edit)r
Riley's Chain Freestyle (Mixtape version; actual): http://youtu.be/FUS4NwiCywQ vv
Stinkmeaner-Tom fights the Freeman family (second song in video; forgot the name of the song....don't think it's Boondoctor, that's the slower one): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1buC21vrBfMvvv
Riley vs. Butch Magnus: Riley's Fight http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djv0HhE8WeA (the song doesn't have cussin, the rest of the video has a lot of it. You've been warned :\)
And this is the real song (no, the title of the song is not that, either -_-): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xgs3vH63Ec
So, all in all, you see what I mean. Not ALL rap is bad. Just the commercialized bullcrap that you would hear on the radio. Battle-rapping, although it's not that much of a sub-genre, has it's place in hip-hop. The next two links are the myspace (*shudders* a social network) song lists of JJ the Genius and Metaphor the Great. There's more music on them that's not even on the mixtapes or Youtube.
Metaphor the Great http://www.myspace.com/metaphorthegreat/music/songs?filter=featured
JJ the Genius http://www.myspace.com/jjeatsmoreham/music/songs?filter=featured
Alittle confuused about what your point is, but rap and hip hop aren't mutually exclusive. Rap is a subgenre of Hip hop [culture], though most people use them interchangably.
There's only 3 people that can do what I do, and I'm 2 of them.
Rap became its own genre. It started out in Hip-Hop as Gangsta Rap (Tupac and Biggie should autmatically come to mind among NWA, Snoop Dogg, and them). You see, the relationship is like jazz and r&b....fuck, even blues and rock are related
So...I think that clears it up in the shortest way. But now, I have to choke a bish...brb
*chokes a bish*
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