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#1 Kyodi - Badniss

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@hiphop      By Voodoogeddon      7 minutes ago


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#2  Billboard Top 50 Rappers All Time

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@hiphop      By j-gip      8 minutes ago

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Top 10 will be revealed next Wen

50. Ross
49. Rev Run
48. Melle Mel
47. Mc Lyte
46. Jadakiss
45. Ice-T
44. Queen Latifah
43. Bun B
42. Redman
41. E-40
40. Dr Dre
39. Luda
38. Gucci
37. Common
36. Mos Def(Yasin Bey)
35. Future
34. Chuck D
33. Busta
32. TI
31.Lil Kim
30. Lauryn Hill
29. Pusha T
28. Black Thought
27. Q Tip
26. Big Pun
25. Method Man
24. KRS One
23. Kurtis Blow
22. Ghostface
21. DMX
20. Big Daddy Kane
19. Missy Elliott
18. Ice Cube
17. 50 Cent
16. Scarface
15. J Cole
14. LL
13. Rakim
12. Andre 3k
11. Kanye West

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#3  Tha Eastsidaz Released Their Self Titled Debut Album 23 Years Ago Today!!!!

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@hiphop      By Sucka Repellent      9 minutes ago

this album is very special to me. this sh*t is cripping 101.





















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#4  Mooch - "Spin" Ft Rigz & Rob Gates (Produced By RDJR)

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      3 hours ago


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#5  Roc Marciano - "Trillion Cut" Ft Boldy James (Produced By The Alchemist)

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      3 hours ago


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#6  Bobby Shmurda Rats reference track to Gunna

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@hiphop      By king kum      3 hours ago


Tha bi*ches bad in this video

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#7  BlueFace Ft ChriseanRock - Dear Rock

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@hiphop      By HitmanBeats      3 hours ago


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#8 "At A Thousand Degrees Celsius I make MC's Melt........

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@hiphop      By jigga_benjamin      3 hours ago

fu*k My Record label I Appear Courtesy of Myself....






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#9  drake got benny the butcher modeling for ovo

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@hiphop      By trill jackson      3 hours ago

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#10 Did Lil Baby Drop The Ball…Is His Run Over??

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@hiphop      By BreakkerSzn      3 hours ago

Had one of the Biggest and Best Albums with My Turn only to come back with Its Only Me, seems like he dropped the ball

THOTS??

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#11 OG Beat - Disco Inferno - 50 Cent

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@hiphop      By Mickster007      3 hours ago

Years ago I saw an interview with 50 where he said the current beat used on disco inferno was switched up at the last minute. I believe he said that Dre made that call. This might be a snippet of the original:


Y’all feeling it?

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#12  KRS-One Gets Mural In His Old L.E.S. Stomping Grounds

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      4 hours ago



"The Blastmaster KRS-One has been honored in New York City as a part of the 50th Anniversary of Hip-Hop culture. This street mural is more than beautiful art but drops a piece of history on trivia buffs.

Everyone knows the “Philosopher” represents the Boogie Down Bronx, but did you know at one point, the L.E.S. (the Lower East Side) was his stomping grounds?

Mr. Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone dropped the bomb on FOX 5 News, telling them he lived in this area when he was unsheltered, right before his epic rise in rap pioneer-ship.

“I grew up here,” he said. “KRS-One grew up in this neighborhood and was less than every single person here. I was homeless. I might have slept right there.”

Upon seeing the recognition, painted by Italian street artist Jorit, he exclaimed “Wow! Wow!” The emcee later said, “There is no award that is above this.”

But why did Jorit make the mural in the first place?

Well, KRS-One is an international hero and impacted the artist with music that transcends race, culture, and nationality.

Jorit said, “KRS-One is aggressive but he always looked to unite the aggressiveness and force of rap with positive messages.”

If you are interested in checking out the mural for yourself, it is on the side of a building on 2nd St. near 1st Ave. on the Lower East Side of Manhattan."

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#13  Bobby Shmurda annoying the hell out of Mike Tyson

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  @hiphop      By isthistobe      6 hours ago


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#14  NBA Young Boy Talks About Fame, His Music, Changing His Ways & More | Billboard Cover

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#15 Dr. Dre’s “The Chronic” is now back on ALL streaming services

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@hiphop      By 50sTaxWriteOff      6 hours ago




Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, one of hip-hop’s most influential albums, has spent the past 15 years going in and out of print and on and off streaming services. Today, a couple of months after its official 30th anniversary, it’s back.

“I am thrilled to bring The Chronic home to its original distribution partner, Interscope Records,” Dr. Dre said in a statement. “Working alongside my longtime colleagues, [Interscope execs] Steve Berman and John Janick, to re-release the album and make it available to fans all over the world is a full circle moment for me.”

The album originally came out on Dec. 15, 1992 and ultimately spent 97 weeks on Billboard’s chart thanks to gritty, funky, cutting singles like “Nothin’ but a ‘G Thang’,” “fu*k Wit Dre Day (and Everybody’s Celebratin’),” and “Let Me Ride.” “Cops and other folks get wasted … in a sometimes frightening amalgam of inner-city street games that includes misogynist s*xual politics and violent revenge scenarios,” Rolling Stone’s original review of The Chronic a*serted before adding, “Throughout, The Chronic drops raw realism and pays tribute to hip-hop virtuosity.”

Although the LP established Dre as a solo artist, ratified gangsta rap’s “G-Funk” subgenre, and launched the career of one Snoop Doggy Dogg — not to overlook how it provided a springboard for Kurupt, the Lady of Rage, and Nate Dogg, as well as Warren G’s enduring “Deeez Nuuuts” intro — Dre has battled for control of the album. The record originally came out on death Row Records, a label he cofounded with rapper the D.O.C., former bodyguard Suge Knight, and producer d*ck Griffey, and Interscope.

After Dre stepped away from the label in the Nineties to form Aftermath, Knight capitalized on the record, releasing the compilation Suge Knight Represents: Chronic 2000 in 1999 (prompting Dre to put out 2001 later that year) and reissuing the original record with a big marketing campaign in 2001. After the label went bankrupt in 2006 and its a*sets were auctioned, another distributor purchased the rights to Dre’s album and reissued it as The Chronic Re-Lit and From the Vault with bonus tracks in 2009.

The record was on streaming services briefly but removed in 2011, when Dre won “digital rights” to the record in court. Dre touted its return when he helped launch Apple Music in 2015. In 2020, eOne, the distributor that controlled death Row at the time, announced the LP would be available on all streaming services (not just Apple) on 4/20 of that year. (Despite false reports, Snoop Dogg did not get control of The Chronic when he purchased death Row last year.) Now it’s back again, this time through Interscope.

“To have this album at Interscope once again where we work with Dre and his amazing team at Aftermath day in and day out is incredibly gratifying for me personally and all of us at Interscope,” Steve Berman, Vice Chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M, said.

Rapper the D.O.C, who wrote many of the lyrics on The Chronic, recently told Rolling Stone how he convinced Dre to make the record. “We were having problems with [N.W.A’s label] Ruthless, and it just seemed like it wasn’t going anywhere,” he said. “The idea was for us to branch out and do something on our own, but we didn’t have an artist. It was so simple to me, ‘You’re the artist.’ And Dre was never a solo guy. That was never his train of thought. So I had to beat it into him. Like, ‘What else are we going to do? We got these great songs you’re making. Let’s go.’ But once Snoop came, I think Dre began to see the possibilities. After that, everything snowballed.”

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#16 Just bumped that new Yachty album

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  @hiphop      By Thing Tucker      6 hours ago


And it’s flames











Don’t sleep, this sh*t some feel good music. I’m low key done with the street rap.

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#17  Bone Thugs N Harmony - "1st Of Tha Month"

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      15 hours ago


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#18  Jeezy Performing In Detroit 2023

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      15 hours ago


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#19  #WestCoastWednesday: Eazy-E - "Down 2 tha Last Roach" (Produced By Madness 4 Real)

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      15 hours ago


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#20  What's The Best Beat Dr Dre Ever Produced ?

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@hiphop      By Eclectic      15 hours ago


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