Interested in seeing /mu/ top 5 favourite hip hop producers. Here are mine
1. J Dilla
2. DJ Premier
3. Just Blaze
4. Kanye West
5. No I.D.
Runners up: Rick Rubin, El-p, DJ Quik, Boi-1da, Q-tip, RZA, Pete Rock, Dr Dre
1. Blatant Plagiarism
2. Stolen Melody From A Famous Pop Song Recreated by Studio Musicians To Avoid Licensing Fees
3. 4/4 Beat (Again)
4. Obnoxious Sample From Terrible Movie
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THAT FEEL WHEN YOU WISH YOU COULD TURN BACK TIME TO DA GUD OL DAYS WHEN YOUR MAMA SANG YOU TO SLEEP WHEN YOU WERE STRESSED OUT
adult life is so shitty
if you work you waste most of your life doing pointless shit for other people
if you don't work you have no money
if you don't work and have money you have to deal with all the boring, bitter losers who do work judging you
adults are such retards
ITT: Albums that are LEGITIMATELY god-tier that /mu/ LEGITIMATELY never talks about.
Pic fucking related, I've seen dozens of "v sad rn, music 4 feels?" and no one ever posts literally the ultimate fucking sad/feels album. You should all feel bad for ignoring this masterpiece.
ITT: Your lowest rated album in your collection?
>A girl I was interested in recommended it to me
What does /mu/ think of Frat Rap?
What the fuck /mu/, Is this album a meme? Why do I enjoy listening to 2 hours of bullshit so much?
i don't think it's a meem because i think as soon as you use the word meme to describe an album your opinion should be discarded
i really don't understand the appeal of this album though.
Whats dropped this year worth checking out?
I only like this album sometimes.
No, I just feel for it. I'll just remember, "hey I haven't listened to itaots in like a year. I'll listen to it this weekend." Then I get all hyped up in preparation. I think it's the only way to keep this album fresh
Who's up for a cum tribute for this immaculate MILF ass?
Makin' a Mess Edition
Should AnCo have disbanded after releasing Oddsac, the logical conclusion of the decade-long project, ending on a high note and sparing them the indignity of descending into mediocrity?
Well, I liked CHz. Otherwise, it actually could have been a good spot to stop, it was kind of a culmination of their whole sound at the time, and very much in line with what Avey and Geo had had in mind since before AnCo.
What are you listening to rn /mu/?