Discussion in 'The Booth' started by String Bell, Sep 12, 2019.
Nikkas on the coli just be saying shyt to say shyt.
good trollin dere buddy, we see u
I agree with whoever said Busta Rhymes
this thread fulla all types of biases and bullshyt
This thread is a waste of time filled with idiots who think rappers like Redman or DMX have no classic album
I had the SSEP bruh and the shyt I listed is better. No disrespect u can have ur own opinion tho.
Will reply by soon. Dope post
Twista (Adrenaline Rush is overrated, lezby reality here)
Beanie Sigel (The B Coming was close but not quite there, first two albums had some flaws)
Good answers. Can't believe I didn't think to say Beans.
No doubt. Also on Extinction Level Event has one of the hardest opening runs of any album.
Would MF Doom have a classic album? I think Madvillainy is a classic. I really do. I think it's definitely an underground/indie classic. So if I can explain...I don't know if you took someone that mostly was listening to Nas, Jay, Snoop, Dre, Lox, etc at the time and bumped them Madvillainy if they'd think it's classic. However, I think it's respected by enough people in the lane of hip-hop that it deserves to be considered a classic, even if certain people don't "get it".
I was one of those people BTW. When Madvillainy dropped in 04 I was totally plugged into Mobb, Lox, Nas, Jay, G-Unit, and Rocafella. That was the type of shyt I liked. As far as indie hip-hop went I liked Little Brother and Justus League, but I heard Madvillainy when it dropped, and 2 of my friends were saying that shyt was classic. My homie Chaundon from the Justus League even rapped over the Fancy Clown instrumental on a mixtape he dropped, and I (at the time) liked his version better.
I didn't appreciate Madvillainy until a few years later when I really listened to it with more of an open mind. But yeah it's definitely a classic I think. Arguably the most impactful indie rap album of the 00's.
Madvillainy and MM...FOOD
Breh...I was listening to ELE this weekend and Busta did in that album is unquestionably one of the most impressive feats in Hip Hop. The beats this dude was rhyming on and how he was rhyming was
I’d say he has a classic in Madvillany that’s pretty much undisputed
Anybody who said Eminem is forgetting about The Eminem Show
I don’t want to turn this into a producer thread but this was my introduction to Nottz doing the first three beats on there… Three classic bangers back to back