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oltnabrick
November 27th 2012



30133 Comments


Dawg Friendly is a good song. Wat u mean?

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GaryJohnson2012
November 27th 2012



516 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

meh i don't like it, its not bad, I actually usually don't even skip it but compared to DOOM's raps JJ just seems really average, I feel like he shouldn't have rapped on here not bc hes bad but bc DOOM kills him lyrically and it kinda ruins the flow of the album.

MalleusMaleficarum
November 27th 2012



13789 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

agreed exact same flow throughout the entire album woulda been better

oltnabrick
November 27th 2012



30133 Comments


The only 3 people that can hold their own on a track with DOOM are Quasimoto, Ghostface Killah and Count Bass D.

So its understandable.

foxblood
November 27th 2012



6797 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

there's def more than that, what about MF grimm

oltnabrick
November 27th 2012



30133 Comments


True I forgot about him, thats about it though.

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



12070 Comments


Fuck me, another great album that passed me by.

oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


yeah this is seriously underrated around here.

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



12070 Comments


Idk, I like the majority of what DOOM does. "Yessir!" is one of my most played rap songs from the last 3 months.

oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


lol it only has 64 ratings and Kendrick Lamar has 481.

MalleusMaleficarum
December 12th 2012



13789 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

RYM has rated this album 316 times compared to Sputniks 64.

hurtin hip hop community here

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



12070 Comments


Well, I live in Germany so I'm used to people overhyping shitty hip hop/rap. You wouldn't believe how monotonous the German scene is. (wordplay? rhetorics? the fuck is that stuff? and how does it work? interesting beats? what's that?)

oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


people over hype hip-hop all the time all over the world lol.

I don't think I've ever listened to any German rappers either

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



12070 Comments


Probably yea, it just striked me as quite an antithesis how much I once hated this stuff because of the local scene.

If you wanna laugh/cringe/your brain to overload listen to Aggro Berlin, Bushido, Haftbefehl or Kollegah. (the latter's actually the only one with a decent to sometimes interesting flow)
That's some of the most popular stuff here and it's pretty unimaginative. It's also that German gangsta rap just sounds wrong. (I mean there's some decent stuff but it's not all that much)

oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


German rap seems really unappealing lol

Havey
December 12th 2012



9617 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

German gangsta rap

lol

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oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


everyone should 4.5 or 5 this so it beats out Kendrick Lamar's average rating.

Wolfhorde
December 12th 2012



12070 Comments


Yeah, that's what I'm sayin'. I mean this "Kollegah" is partly considered the "best German rapper" and basically he's just ripping off Raekwon's OB4CL theme with some double time (which is not even that bad), more bragging and being more inauthentic considering his name is Florian Flower and he's studying law. So yeah, go figure why the majority of my hip hop playlist is American.

ApexPredator
December 12th 2012



161 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

"everyone should 4.5 or 5 this so it beats out Kendrick Lamar for best hip hop album"

I agree Kendrick is good but there's a like 4 albums I prefer over it that came out this year

oltnabrick
December 12th 2012



30133 Comments


http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/_/29632933/Kollegah+KOLLE.jpg

gangster.



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