LambsBread
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Last Active 07-19-14 4:16 am
Joined 09-14-13

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Recent Tracks:

Eminem So Much Better
Eminem Brainless
Eminem Rap God
DMX Party Up In Here Lyrics
KRS-One Come To Da Party
Nas The World Is Yours
KRS-One Still Slippin'
Eligh Wake Up! (Feat. Brother Ali & Lisa Ahlstrom)
Nas & Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley Patience
The Game all i know
Most Played:

1) KRS-One 529 plays
2) Sublime 282 plays
3) Binary Star 280 plays
4) Pink Floyd 255 plays
5) Bob Marley 236 plays
6) The Game 231 plays
7) El-P 224 plays
8) Viktor Vaughn (Doom) 224 plays
9) Az 222 plays
10) Eligh 218 plays
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  • GnarlyShillelagh I wouldn't say Kendrick is strictly better than Pac; Pac is definitely more important and very good in his own right, I just enjoy Kendrick more. Also btw we don't talk down to you until you start acting up. I'm sure if you had a normal conversation with someone without acting better than them or talking s*** about their taste or an artist they love (this is usually what does it; people don't respond well to having their taste denigrated) they'd be easy. Anyway, see you wheneva
    August 1 10:34 PM
  • Guzzo10 Bro, I listen to KRS-One. I think KRS-One is one of the defining guys in Hip-Hop. I just don't think his style is law. Meaning you don't have to be all substance to be great. Just different preferences, in all reality it doesn't matter. Music is just something to be enjoyed in spare time, or to be lived and breathed, that the greatness of it. So I respect you, your opinion.
    August 1 03:53 AM
  • SharkTooth http://albumstreams.com/s/sage-francis/copper-gone
    July 30 09:25 PM
  • GnarlyShillelagh btw you should check the new album from Locksmith called A Thousand Cuts, I think you'd really dig it.
    July 30 03:02 PM
  • Dodenakker Yeah man I know. I really liked the album too. The band is currently gaining some real exposure in the Netherlands, and the bass player is the brother of my girlfriend. So I thought I would post it here on Sputnik too. They deserve the attention. Give a listen to the first album, it's a little more afrobeat than jazz, but still immensely enjoyable.
    July 28 03:46 AM

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