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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #25 on: May 29, 2019, 09:36:07 AM »
added Imperial Highway (Soul King x Jizzm High Definition): triple OG to my list.
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #26 on: June 01, 2019, 12:15:13 PM »
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #28 on: June 02, 2019, 03:07:52 PM »
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does your copy only have the instrumental on "Shinin' For Diamond" and is the volume on a few joints a bit off? lol
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #29 on: June 02, 2019, 03:28:42 PM »
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does your copy only have the instrumental on "Shinin' For Diamond" and is the volume on a few joints a bit off? lol

I ORDERED IT ONLINE...HASNT CAME YET.

IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BE A SONG? AND THEY ONLY PUT THE INSTRUMENTAL ON THE HARD COPY?? SMH
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #30 on: June 02, 2019, 03:34:36 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #31 on: June 02, 2019, 05:35:37 PM »
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does your copy only have the instrumental on "Shinin' For Diamond" and is the volume on a few joints a bit off? lol

I ORDERED IT ONLINE...HASNT CAME YET.

IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BE A SONG? AND THEY ONLY PUT THE INSTRUMENTAL ON THE HARD COPY?? SMH

yeah dude I have no idea what happened lol the iTunes version I downloaded has the vocals on it but not on the CD, plus "Free Yatta 2" and the first joint's volumes seem to be lower than the rest of the songs... I wonder if pushing the album forward fucked something up and they didn't turn in the fully mastered version for CD press lol
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #32 on: June 02, 2019, 06:47:59 PM »
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does your copy only have the instrumental on "Shinin' For Diamond" and is the volume on a few joints a bit off? lol

I ORDERED IT ONLINE...HASNT CAME YET.

IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BE A SONG? AND THEY ONLY PUT THE INSTRUMENTAL ON THE HARD COPY?? SMH

yeah dude I have no idea what happened lol the iTunes version I downloaded has the vocals on it but not on the CD, plus "Free Yatta 2" and the first joint's volumes seem to be lower than the rest of the songs... I wonder if pushing the album forward fucked something up and they didn't turn in the fully mastered version for CD press lol

smh

they so concerned wit digital bullshiit nowadays that they don’t even pay attention to the actual release smfh
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #33 on: June 02, 2019, 06:49:04 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

that’s nice .... but i listen to the classics and can still find value in the good shit comin out nowadays. step your game up.
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #34 on: June 03, 2019, 02:22:38 AM »
just ordered:

Weazel Loco: Gangsta Guaranteed
Ras Kass: READY TO Live (an anthology of lyricism)
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #35 on: June 03, 2019, 02:34:49 AM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

that’s nice .... but i listen to the classics and can still find value in the good shit comin out nowadays. step your game up.

Good work diplomat.  Congrats on being “eclectic”. 

...But I bet there is a grip of classics from the golden era you ain’t no shit about
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #36 on: June 03, 2019, 08:55:38 AM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

that’s nice .... but i listen to the classics and can still find value in the good shit comin out nowadays. step your game up.

Good work diplomat.  Congrats on being “eclectic”. 

...But I bet there is a grip of classics from the golden era you ain’t no shit about

maybe

i love music too much to be stuck on 1 era tho

were the 90s the goat era? of course .... that doesn’t mean there can’t still be dope shit comin out.

 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #37 on: June 03, 2019, 11:40:52 AM »
And there were planty of shit music and one hit band on the 90s too...
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #38 on: June 03, 2019, 03:29:57 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era
 
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #39 on: June 03, 2019, 04:31:16 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

that’s nice .... but i listen to the classics and can still find value in the good shit comin out nowadays. step your game up.

Good work diplomat.  Congrats on being “eclectic”. 

...But I bet there is a grip of classics from the golden era you ain’t no shit about

maybe

i love music too much to be stuck on 1 era tho

were the 90s the goat era? of course .... that doesn’t mean there can’t still be dope shit comin out.



Nah get that out of your head, nephew... past, present, future is a lie...

It’s all one.  Like I’m here in 19’—now but yet my spirit be in 96’ ask yourself how that’s possible, the life we living today is all cause the moves that were or weren’t made in the past... the stars above are really from 1,000 years back now let that grip ya skull dun
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #40 on: June 03, 2019, 04:34:27 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way
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Dre -  Source 1996 cover

"Eminem will be bigger than Michael Jackson as long as he doesn't change."

-Dre, Rolling Stones mag 1999 Em cover

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #41 on: June 03, 2019, 04:35:40 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

that’s nice .... but i listen to the classics and can still find value in the good shit comin out nowadays. step your game up.

Good work diplomat.  Congrats on being “eclectic”. 

...But I bet there is a grip of classics from the golden era you ain’t no shit about

maybe

i love music too much to be stuck on 1 era tho

were the 90s the goat era? of course .... that doesn’t mean there can’t still be dope shit comin out.



Nah get that out of your head, nephew... past, present, future is a lie...

It’s all one.  Like I’m here in 19’—now but yet my spirit be in 96’ ask yourself how that’s possible, the life we living today is all cause the moves that were or weren’t made in the past... the stars above are really from 1,000 years back now let that grip ya skull dun

way more than 1,000, but yea, closing your mind off to things that could otherwise bring you joy is never a good thing.
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #42 on: June 03, 2019, 07:07:23 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way

I was born in '92, age is hardly a factor. Not rich either, but nowadays there's only a handful of albums you cannot listen to without paying for them, so that really helps getting your hands on any and everything that dropped in the last decades
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #43 on: June 04, 2019, 01:20:01 AM »
just ordered

DJ Muggs and Mach Hommy: Tuez Les Tous (Hashashin Collector's Edition)

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #44 on: June 05, 2019, 03:56:06 AM »
Mozzy - Internal Affairs

does your copy only have the instrumental on "Shinin' For Diamond" and is the volume on a few joints a bit off? lol

I ORDERED IT ONLINE...HASNT CAME YET.

IS THAT SUPPOSED TO BE A SONG? AND THEY ONLY PUT THE INSTRUMENTAL ON THE HARD COPY?? SMH

yeah dude I have no idea what happened lol the iTunes version I downloaded has the vocals on it but not on the CD, plus "Free Yatta 2" and the first joint's volumes seem to be lower than the rest of the songs... I wonder if pushing the album forward fucked something up and they didn't turn in the fully mastered version for CD press lol
Really no vocals for Shinin 4 diamond? That's stupid. Also free yatta 2 also had low volume on the iTunes version for months and they didn't fix it. But the MP3 version of free yatta 2 and the video has perfect volume  ::)
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #45 on: June 05, 2019, 11:01:28 AM »
just checked my copy

same issue

no vocals on shinin for diamond

smh
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #46 on: June 06, 2019, 05:11:45 AM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way

I was born in '92, age is hardly a factor. Not rich either, but nowadays there's only a handful of albums you cannot listen to without paying for them, so that really helps getting your hands on any and everything that dropped in the last decades

Right it’s really a golden opportunity, we’ve had the vaults opened on nearly all the classics in a way that’s never happened before.  It’s a sort of listeners renaissance—though you wouldn’t know it if you were wasting time trying to stay hip to the new
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"I will make records as big or bigger than Death Row".   -Dre, Source 1996

"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #47 on: June 06, 2019, 06:41:23 AM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way

I was born in '92, age is hardly a factor. Not rich either, but nowadays there's only a handful of albums you cannot listen to without paying for them, so that really helps getting your hands on any and everything that dropped in the last decades

Right it’s really a golden opportunity, we’ve had the vaults opened on nearly all the classics in a way that’s never happened before.  It’s a sort of listeners renaissance—though you wouldn’t know it if you were wasting time trying to stay hip to the new

I've got a vast collection encompassing nearly 4 decades of Hip-Hop, it is really not that hard keeping up. You are missing out plenty being stuck in just one era
 
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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #48 on: June 06, 2019, 10:57:39 AM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way

I was born in '92, age is hardly a factor. Not rich either, but nowadays there's only a handful of albums you cannot listen to without paying for them, so that really helps getting your hands on any and everything that dropped in the last decades

Right it’s really a golden opportunity, we’ve had the vaults opened on nearly all the classics in a way that’s never happened before.  It’s a sort of listeners renaissance—though you wouldn’t know it if you were wasting time trying to stay hip to the new

why can’t u do both?

did u stop watching basketball because 80s was the GOAT era?

cmon now
 

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Re: What albums released in 2019 did you actually go support?
« Reply #49 on: June 07, 2019, 12:43:29 PM »
none.  Cause Infinite stays trapped in 96'

..I did dig up a lot of old classic golden age hip-hop this year though... and that is 100X more worthwhile than ya'll suckaz listening to that trash that came out this year

lmao, weren't you the guy that only just found out about Boot Camp Click this year? You are out of place claiming expertise in any hip-hop era

You must of either been rich or had too much damn time on your hands if you were able to listen to any and every album that ever dropped in 96’.  Obviously I had heard of Boot Camp—but I had not had the opportunity to give their albums from that era a serious listen until I got an IPhone and ITunes ya dig

I was also only 14 in 96’ by the way

I was born in '92, age is hardly a factor. Not rich either, but nowadays there's only a handful of albums you cannot listen to without paying for them, so that really helps getting your hands on any and everything that dropped in the last decades

Right it’s really a golden opportunity, we’ve had the vaults opened on nearly all the classics in a way that’s never happened before.  It’s a sort of listeners renaissance—though you wouldn’t know it if you were wasting time trying to stay hip to the new

why can’t u do both?

did u stop watching basketball because 80s was the GOAT era?

cmon now
well actually yeah...I mostly watch old 80’s and 90’s golden era basketball old videos of Bulls, Pistons, etc
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"I didn't do nothing but make people money and I didn't leave nobody high and dry.  Any album (on death row) people are going to check for.  But it's time for Dre to worry about Dre.  I'm focused on the new Snoop Doggs, not like that but you know what I mean."

Dre -  Source 1996 cover

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