GAF-Hop 2011+ |OT3| Look out for OT4 before Detox (dat sh!t cray)

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I figured most of hiphopgaf was employed, Can't wait to start my job in Vietnam this fall. Ill be stacking dong...lol
 
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Wale- and here we go!
Oh shit.
i have no job right now. really wish i did though.

nope.
I looked for about a month before finding it. You have to rank them.. can't not do it man.
Son of Chico Dusty was the only album that came to mind as competition for me. I give Section 80 the slight nod. Left Foot is easy #2 since I've been posting here.
That's up there in the past few years for sure.
 
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I like Cudi a lot but can't really rate his stuff against more traditional rap stuff. That's not a backhanded knock either, I thought both albums could use more Cudi rapping.

I still haven't gave MOTM1 a real full listen. I just go to the singles when I play it. Might need to hear that one out. I really like Cudi as a rapper though. But I'm a personality >>> lyrical miracle guy when it comes to rappers. Wildin' Cuz I'm Young is my joint.
 

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Sir Luscious left foot, When life gives you lemons, return of 4eva, Felt3, together/apart, Motm1, Death is Silent, Trunk Muzik 0-60
Only albums I can think of that are in contention for my list of classics..probably forgetting some. Most probably won't make the list in the end though, and just end up as near classics in my mind.
 
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The storytelling on Shakey Dog is just on some other, other, other, other shit!
I'm sad he didn't continue the "to be continued..." though :(
The storytelling is sooo vivid. Ridiculous!

When I first heard that "to be continued" at the end of his verse I was like =O.

I was also letdown how ghost didn't wrap it up with another track.
 

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My major is computer engineering and it would be nice to get something in the field after I graduate but my main goal is to open a restaurant.

Right now I'm a cook at a Greek Restaurant but I also work in the front of the house as an expediter.
 

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My major is computer engineering and it would be nice to get something in the field after I graduate but my main goal is to open a restaurant.

Right now I'm a cook at a Greek Restaurant but I also work in the front of the house as an expediter.
Damn, computer engineering? I'm not smart enough for that shit haha. Good luck man, Im sure youll go far.
 

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Listening to Oneirology now. It's definitely a classic to me.
After death is silent grew on me and ended up being one of my favorite albums in a long time, I really wanted to like oneirology, but the production just wasn't there. I don't know exactly how to describe it but it was just too messy, overproduced in some places. And it lacked that cohesive feel that death is silent had. Still enjoyed parts of it but it really didn't last long on my playlist.
 
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After death is silent grew on me and ended up being one of my favorite albums in a long time, I really wanted to like oneirology, but the production just wasn't there. I don't know exactly how to describe it but it was just too messy, overproduced in some places. And it lacked that cohesive feel that death is silent had. Still enjoyed parts of it but it really didn't last long on my playlist.
I'll agree with this. Even though I loved Oneirology, i do believe DiS is better produced, and just overall period. I actually fall asleep to DiS on the regular. It's kind of hypnotic when you're in that "almost-sleeping" comotose phase.
 

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Hahaha Oreology. The darker themes in Death is Silent makes it a more limited album for me but is still amazing.

I think ?uestlove described Undun as the darker cousin of How I Got Over and that fits perfectly with Death is Silent and Oneirology.
 
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hey guys. havent been able to participate in this thread or much of GAF in the past few months as much as id like to cuz ive been dealing with life issues and stuff but i figured youd appreciate some of the new stuff im working on...i feel like im finally finding my swag. in big part thanks to you guys' support and feedback (<3 sagal)

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/nerdcore-leak-nerdcore-prod-p

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/pulp-friction-nerdcore-prod

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/paradigm-shift-harbinger

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/love-hurts-nerdcore-prod

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/ice-king-flow

http://soundcloud.com/kyzer-ricoy/fck-your-head-up
 

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Luv(sic) Pt.1 & 3
Mystline
Aruarian Dance
Reflection Eternal

My favorite beats come from Fat Jon though. Listen to "How You Feel" and "No Way Back". Two of my all-time favorite beats.

Force of Nature has a few gems too. Don't count them out.
 
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