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Started by Infinite Trapped in 1996 - Last post by heisenberg

i can't deal with the neptunes since they ruined the black album with "change clothes" and "allure".

Started by Sccit - Last post by Sccit

Not really something to be proud of, lol.

What's Kam's deal anyways? He claims that he's been blackballed but I have a hard time believing that.

why shouldn’t he be proud of it?

it’s the best song on i wanna thank me hands down

Started by Sccit - Last post by h2k4

Not really something to be proud of, lol.

What's Kam's deal anyways? He claims that he's been blackballed but I have a hard time believing that.

Started by Infinite Trapped in 1996 - Last post by Sccit

I'm a big fan of Snoop's Bush album and have been ever since I first heard it.  It has a great vibe to it, is very easy listening (especially for a Snoop Dogg album, which we all know are normally way too long), and it has become a tradition of mine to break out the album at the start of summer because it seems to suit that time of the year for me.

However, I can see why others don't feel the same way, considering Snoop doesn't really rap on it at all.


it’s solid to me

i feel it shoulda been a near classic at worst

Started by Infinite Trapped in 1996 - Last post by dnjp4life

I'm a big fan of Snoop's Bush album and have been ever since I first heard it.  It has a great vibe to it, is very easy listening (especially for a Snoop Dogg album, which we all know are normally way too long), and it has become a tradition of mine to break out the album at the start of summer because it seems to suit that time of the year for me.

However, I can see why others don't feel the same way, considering Snoop doesn't really rap on it at all.

86   Outbound Connections / Re: The last 5 albums you listened toon January 19, 2020, 01:42:07 PM

Started by green-eyed bandit - Last post by dnjp4life

Snoop Dogg - Blue Carpet Treatment
Xzibit - Napalm
Quasimoto - The Unseen
The Notorious B.I.G - Life After Death
DJ Quik/Problem - Rosecrans (full album)

Started by Infinite Trapped in 1996 - Last post by dnjp4life

I used to listen to Gang Starr a lot when I was at university and often had them on when I was writing essays as background music.  Their brand of rap seemed to me to be conducive to intellectual pursuits because listening to Guru is like listening to a teacher imparting knowledge.

I don't listen to them as much nowadays but I need to pick up their latest album still and go through their discography again.

Started by Sccit - Last post by dnjp4life

Just looking at the production credits and theme of the album I'm getting a more mature 'Relapse' vibe from this project before actually delving in and listening to it fully (wasn't Dewaun Parker heavily involved in producing Relapse alongside Dr. Dre?).  However, some of the features give me the impression that the album could be a continuation of Revival in sound as well as the hardness of Kamikaze.

I can't wait to hear.

Started by Sccit - Last post by Cey_Cey

I’m sorry but I know these young kids are impressed by how fast Em can rap but doesn’t matter to me.  Em has pretty much done all he can do, it’s a miracle he pulled off MMLP2 so late in his career and cuts like “guts over fear” but now he’s gained a new generation of fans cause I think they are awed by his skill I guess... but maybe it’s hard for older fans to be awed cause he’s done everything he can do in the game

Starts off well but ended up being another Revival. I didn’t like the Kamikazee album either, btw

i almost agree all that you wrote, except Kamikaze. it was a good one. ringer, lucky you, stepping stone,
venom were jointz for old fans.

mmlp2 was also an album which satisfied both old and new fans.

but music to be murdered by sounds like another revival.

and dre is not able to push artist to next level. he even does opposite, he pulls the potential down... thats what happened on Oxnard with Paak. thats why he wanted to relase another album so quick and didnt let dre involved in it. yeah i mean Ventura. Kendrick also doesnt let Dre to pull him down. everybody is waiting for a Kendrick album produced by Dr. Dre but it would be a big disapointment and kendrick knows it, smart boy.

dem jointz and focus might be good musicians and geniuses but their and dre's chemistry didnt fit each other.

this is misinformation

oxnard and ventura were planned like that ahead of time

oxnard was to be the rap album and ventura the soul album

because paak is not a natural rapper, oxnard didn’t come out as good (tho it was not a bad project)

but it had absolutely nothin to do with dres production and everything to do wit paak bein naturally more of a singer than a rapper

Paak said that he told dre he wants to executive produce his next album with his own way and dre answered "ok you are ready to fly on your own wings lets see what you can do".

If dre was involved in venture, it was going to fail somehow. Without dre, paak is able to put his potential on ventura. Paak knew it. Kendrick knows it.


you literally have no idea what u talkin bout

it was planned like that from the beginning .. one rap album by dre and one soul album by paak

believe me


thats gonna be a shame for you. don't comment next time before you have some knowledge about it.

https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.50732/title.anderson-paaks-idea-for-ventura-album-had-dr-dre-scratching-his-head

"When Dre and Paak initially hopped in the studio together to work on Oxnard, the Doctor wasn’t even aware the ambitious artist wanted to do two albums.

“Ventura is a blessing,” he says. “I told Dre when we were maybe about 80 percent into the Oxnard record that I wanted to actually do two records and he started scratching his head. I was like, ‘Trust me, I got a gift.’

https://djbooth.net/features/2019-03-12-anderson-paak-ventura-new-album

"Paak adds: "[Dr. Dre] let me have a lot of leeway on Ventura. He was like, it seems like you got it. I spread my wings on the production and on the writing and on these collaborations.

As .Paak explained in his interview, Oxnard was less so about Anderson .Paak's sound, and more of him being a "vessel" for Dr. Dre. They took the Oxnard journey together, which, while commendable, produced mixed results."

Started by Sccit - Last post by Sccit

^^ yup

eiht confirmed with me.. heres the message they received from their manufacture


God Morning,
This email is to follow-up with our phone conversation yesterday about the MC Eiht CD's.  Their are two ways to manufacture disc, one way being replication which is a process where every disc is replicated from a glass master meaning every disc created in this process is essentially it's own master copy.  the replication process requires a minimum of 300 copies to be made which is more than what was created for this first run.  Being that the project is not released yet and you wanted to provide the fans with an exclusive experience we went with the duplication process, which allows you to produce a more exclusive run of product.  The duplication process is where every disc is a copy of a master disc.  The quality of disc that I used to create these disc are of the highest quality available in 2019.  We've come along way from the early 2000's where at one point duplication quality couldn't compete with replication, but that is not the case anymore.

What they talked about ? Some artist put out limited edition CDs still these days and they are proffesional CD not CD-r, Tonedeff for example last year and it was 100 copies.

i guess it depends on the manufacture
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