Tag Archives: True Hip-hop

Xzibit – LAX

 

Xzibit is a rapper we haven’t heard off for a while now. Except the internet meme’s that’s being going on the web for ages. He was never a greatest rapper, nor actor or a host for a show. But I still wanted to talk about one of his songs, that’s such a high level MCing. Continue reading Xzibit – LAX

Q-tip

There are a lot of underrated artist in hip-hop, but Q-tip really shouldn’t be one of them. I think most hip-hop nerds would agree to call him “The smoothest man in hip-hop”, because, you know, he’s so smooth. His flow, voice, delivery, character throughout the music is just so gently polished – smooth. He’ be talking to bitches while being lyrical ASF and still spitting some knowledge bar after bar.

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Graffiti

 

Grafitty has been a part of the culture from the beginning. Well… people used to write on walls since the day one, but hip-hop embraced it with honor and made some of the aerosol writers international icons. You can see graffiti, as we know today, started out in new york, but today you can see throw ups everywhere around the globe. Like rap music and street fashion, writing on the walls became a worldwide universal thing that people from all around the globe affiliated themselves with and started to express their dreams, views and also just to show off. Continue reading Graffiti

Soul of hip-hop

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Yesterday I was scrolling down hip-hopDX’s website for news in hip-hop. All two pages were full of Kardashian’s, Drake’s, Meek Mill’s and other soulless acts that media wants us to know about so hard that you may even come across the whack article like “how Kanye’s mom helped him with the album”. They also won’t let 2Pac rest in his grave and hip-hopDX lets some ancient rapper to talk some yada yada for attention to his upcoming album. But in amidst all the dry, dumb, dull articles, on the page 20 (or something), I found Masta Ace talking about soul of hip-hop. Continue reading Soul of hip-hop