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Crooked I - Untouchable on 13th September
#71
effex...DOC DRE and Death Row were the biggest empire and force in the AFrican American communinty...no african american owned company earned more than Suge from 91-96
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#72
(09-03-2010, 10:41 PM)WOLF WANGGG link Wrote:effex...DOC DRE and Death Row were the biggest empire and force in the AFrican American communinty...no african american owned company earned more than Suge from 91-96

I understand what you are saying, but Hip Hop was alive and well before Death Row and after Death Row.

Again, I'm not discrediting Death Row, I have The Chronic on tape cassette, lol.

I'm just saying, I remember a lot of great Hip Hop from that era OUTSIDE of Death Row.
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#73
hip hop been downhill since Pac died (altho crooked is a rockslide)
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#74
(09-03-2010, 10:35 PM)shaffaaf27 link Wrote:IMO i would says gangsta music owes it life to the NWA not DR, but  i wont doubt that DR till snoop was legendary. it wasnt the be all and end all for hiphop, but it was one of the conributing factors to great 90's music.

i was just gonna correct the rookies but u did it for me son, nwa started that gangsta shyt, elevated it to new heights..straight outta compton changed hip hop the same way the chronic did...EAZY-E, NWA>DR
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#75
ya but after eazy died and nwa broke up the row kept it alive
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#76
the first era of death row was the nbest....dre and snoops first albums, the DPG first album, 2pac's AEOM and Makaveli albums, classic soundtracks and even classic UNRELEASED material

the 2nd era?  crooked i and eastwood kept that greatness alive...and ATL but thatis it..the other acts to me weren't that great
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#77
[quote author=ThaHolyChronic link=topic=4331.msg276963#msg276963 date=1283587391]
ya but after eazy died and nwa broke up the row kept it alive
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yea they did but that dont take away anything eazy & nwa did or accomplished....
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#78
(09-03-2010, 05:34 PM)4 link Wrote:[quote author=WOLF WANGGG link=topic=4331.msg276834#msg276834 date=1283385815]
12 days

http://limelinx.com/files/2850979ec2cef1...0c9f574568

Some nice snippets in there.
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what i wanna know is why they using "ordinary" a track featuring crooked i of wolf wanggg's cd from 1999, hmmmm smells fishy...
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#79
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(09-04-2010, 12:31 PM)Tha Don link Wrote:[quote author=ThaHolyChronic link=topic=4331.msg276963#msg276963 date=1283587391]
ya but after eazy died and nwa broke up the row kept it alive
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yea they did but that dont take away anything eazy & nwa did or accomplished....

hellllllllll no son my first album I ever got when I was seven was straight outta Compton, nwa was all I listened to up til like 15 years old
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