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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by brahmanknight, May 31, 2009.
gatekeeping is the worst way one can show reverence towards something they love
I fucking hate it
I’m 39 and I’ve listened to rap like a maniac since I was 9. I heard Madvillainy for the first time about 4 years ago
Livin' off borrowed time, the clock tick faster...
It’s just lame as hell
little dominique’s nosebleed is my album of the year
Elzhi, mac miller, spillage village, aesop rock, serengeti released my favorite hip hop records of the year but I know I’m forgetting some
pop smoke had another decent record (RIP)
boldy james put out 4 records this year. They’re good but it’s not my style. the one with the alchemist is my favorite
Try Again by Ovrkast
EP by JPEGMAFIA
Unlocked by Denzel Curry and Kenny Beats
yes and all of these ^
Anime, Trauma and Divorce
Pray 4 Paris
RIP MF DOOM
Burden Of Proof
From King To a God
Reasonable Drought <~ huge fan
Are all great and haven’t been mentioned
Had absolutely no clue about this...idk hiw I could have missed it...thanks for the heads up
Sticking to a larger list and no real order
Unlocked-Denzel Curry/Kenny Beats
Everything that came out of Griselda this year
Circles-Mac Miller(Not really a hip hop album but I love it dearly)
Miles-Blu and Exile
Spirit World Field Guide-Aesop Rock
It was a fantastic year for hip hop
What projects and albums are you hoping for in 2021? I'm hoping for stuff from these people
J Cole-The Fall Off
JID(Probably my most anticipated)
Saba and Smino-Have a feeling these two are cooking something up together. I'd love a Smino album though
A$ap Rocky-Has an album coming called All $miles
Isaiah Rashad-Album coming called The House is Burning
Chika and Tierra Whack-Hoping for an album from either. My 2 favorite female rappers by far. I want more of them and less of Cardi B and Megan the Stallion
Travis Scott and Kid Cudi-Apparently have a joint album coming
Also do we have anyone in here that listened to and enjoyed the Playboi Carti and if so how? I'm a pretty open minded guy and even when I may not enjoy someone as much as everyone else I can usually find the reasons why they enjoy it and can understand it. The Carti love just makes absolutely zero sense to me. Probably one of the only artists that I just don't get how they have the following that they do
Somehow missed the Jpegmafia album. Pretty excited to listen now. I hope he gains a little more mainstream attraction and gets in the studio with a bunch of artists and gives them some of his production masterpieces
Most of my favorites have been mentioned already. I'll add H.A.R.D and The Balancing Act. The collabs made TBA play like an all star album.
Balancing Act definitely slipped my mind when I was making my list. Definitely on there. Best Statik album by far to me
5- Rocky- I’m incredibly weird where he’s concerned because I think he’s lacking the skill the guys above him have but the dude always just fucking kills it for me
a few good Doom reads from over the years
the density of his rhymes and the number of of great/funny lines is just unreal. and such an underrated producer. I mean he did 4 tracks on Fishscale in addition to so much of his early stuff. Man, just a mega talent
what a kick in the nuts man
kutfather (good friend and san diego legend) on wednesday and then the doom news outta nowhere
two truly depressing, unexpected developments
can’t let “Ozone” passing get lost in the shuffle either
Manger On Mcnichols May be my album of the year. It’s absolutely incredible
i haven’t given this a listen but I thought I saw he was getting dragged for it.
shit man just washing my face this morning reminded me of doom and bummed me out
early in the morning the face crud from like a mud fight
bought first sampler cuz of him
Not RZA, not Madlib, Premier, not Psycho Les, Muggs,Dilla, Al...etc.
I been digging deep into everything Doom, so many good memories, still hard to believe
his passing just brought back so many funny memories i had to facetime my best friend back home
we ended up reminiscing for 84 minutes about our days riding around in his 92 bronco doing nothing but driving and bumping
love this account. much of it is taking samples and building them out into the song intros, but this one is nice too
That video just brought back memories of how hip hop Gtown used to be back in the day in the 80s and 90s........would be nice to see them get back to that someday
revisited this project...so good. Bigger variance in the tempos of some of the songs He was spitting like a fool on the faster tracks
this dope af
RIP Stab Master Arson
Deezer D, 'ER' Actor and Rapper, Dead at 55
Desiree Murphy 23 hrs ago
Deezer D, 'ER' Actor and Rapper, Dead at 55
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Dearon "Deezer D" Thompson, best known for his role as Nurse Malik McGrath on ER, has died. He was 55.
The actor's brother, Emmery Thompson, confirmed the tragic news in a post shared to Instagram on Friday. "My Big Brother! God is with you," he wrote. "I will miss you. #deezerd."
Dearon was found unresponsive at his home in Los Angeles Thursday morning, according to TMZ, who was first to report the news. His family told the outlet that they believe he may have died of a heart attack (the actor previously underwent major heart surgery in 2009), though the cause of death has yet to be revealed.
In addition to appearing on ER from 1994 through 2009, Dearon also starred in films like CB4 and Fear of a Black Hat, and performed as a hip-hop artist and motivational speaker. Other credits include Bringing Down the House, The John Larroquette Show, and Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion.
It's Guilty Simpson's birthday and that the dj/stream I never ever reference is going deep in the catalogue and it's just banger after banger after banger
WHY HASN'T ANYONE TOLD ME ABOUT clipping.
Man that hashtag
I slept on Earthgang, JID, Dreamville & em...for the longest time.
I knew you would come around eventually...the talent is undeniable
The past few posted have reminded me....Every time one of my friends says “there hadn’t been good rap since the 90s” I just
The cool thing about the guys I really like now is that I feel like they are less likely to cash out than even the guys in the 90s. It seemed like every rapper I loved in the 90s did the puffy shiny suit thing and I just don’t see that from the guys I’m digging now. Guys like JID and Earthgang have pretty big pop potential and they just keep doing the funky shit they’re known for. I mean, other than Anderson Paak creeping into Bruno Mars territory everyone I really like keeps it focused on their visions
This dude fucking loves to rap
Griselda coming back at us