I’ve been following the war in Sri Lanka for a long time, and I just found out about this artist named DeLon who speaks on real issues like the war and uniting people. As a fan of hip hop and a producer, I like artists that do things different. This video caught my attention. What do you think? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzbQg4HsyJk
Hell of lot better than Lil Wayne or Busta Rhymes. Hip Hop needs some new sound.
Hey RK you say that Hip Hop needs some new sound. But I want your input, what kind of new sound would you say the Hip Hop Game needs? What's makes an artist different and better?
Language will send out a different message. As a black man, I'm sick of listening to myself being called a Nigga. I'm a fine, fine, fine specimen of the African race. I'm no Nigger. My lil sis ain't no bitch or ho.
Was he on that P Diddy show Making the band? I remember Dave Chappelle doing a skit on it where he played some rapper called Dylan, pronounced Die-lon. Really funny stuff
Hip hop doesn't need a new sound, it just needs to go back to the sound that was never broke in the first place.
Rap's now derogitary and materialistic.
There's so much better stuff I've been listening to like the Pharcyde and some early Beastie Boys.
Can't stand li'l wayne or whatever he calls himself this week.
by Genycis6 years ago
What's goin' on. Wanted to get a feel for the types of tracks that really opened you to the world of Hip Hop? I know it varies with different people. What artist and track or album did it for...
by DeeJay Prime5 years ago
Man alot a time I think hop hop is dying. But then I hear it every where. What I'm hearing in crap! I'm happy that it might survive, but people need to show some RESPECT!
by Kevin J Timothy3 years ago
What are your thoughts on the genre?
by edouble9116 years ago
Lil Wayne says he should of got insurance for Drake after he falls and is carried out by security guards.
by RappersExposed5 years ago
Post your top five hip hop websites you visit everyday.
by 6 String Veteran5 years ago
...indeed they never fully went away. What are your thoughts about this?It is said that vinyl records of the 1950s have never been beaten, sound-wise...and that digital formats such as CDs / MP3s, etc., sound...
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