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My Favorite Producers!!!
« Reply #45 on: July 29, 2002, 03:10:27 PM »
These are my favorite producers of the moment:  

01. Dr. Dre
02. Mel-Man
03. Hi-Tek
04. Timbaland
05. The Neptunes (Pharrell Williams & Chad Hugo)
06. DJ Premier
07. Pete Rock
08. The Ummah (Jay Dee, Q-Tip, & Ali Shaheed Muhammad)
09. Dan "The Automator" Nakamura
10. Prince Paul
11. Cut Chemist
12. DJ Nu-Mark
13. Fredwreck
14. Scott Storch
15. DJ Khalil
16. Domino
17. The Alchemist
18. Evidence
19. Just Blaze
20. Nottz
21. Finn Mann

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Tha Row?!?!?
« Reply #46 on: July 29, 2002, 03:12:18 PM »
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I thinlk DeathRow are a great label but you dont, does it matter?? No

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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #47 on: July 29, 2002, 03:23:31 PM »
how about RZA ?? he's definatly one of the 5 best producers
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Re: My Favorite Producers!!!
« Reply #48 on: July 29, 2002, 03:25:40 PM »
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These are my favorite producers of the moment:  

01. Dr. Dre
02. Mel-Man
03. Hi-Tek
04. Timbaland
05. The Neptunes (Pharrell Williams & Chad Hugo)
06. DJ Premier
07. Pete Rock
08. The Ummah (Jay Dee, Q-Tip, & Ali Shaheed Muhammad)
09. Dan "The Automator" Nakamura
10. Prince Paul
11. Cut Chemist
12. DJ Nu-Mark
13. Fredwreck
14. Scott Storch
15. DJ Khalil
16. Domino
17. The Alchemist
18. Evidence
19. Just Blaze
20. Nottz
21. Finn Mann


What has The Ummah done lately? Just wondering.
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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #49 on: July 31, 2002, 05:41:47 PM »
1 - DJ Quik
2 - Dr Dre
3 - Daz Dillinger
4 - Warren G
5 - Timbaland
6 - Jonny J
7 - Battlecat
8 - Hi-Tek
9 - Soopafly
10 - Fredwreck
 

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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #50 on: July 31, 2002, 06:03:11 PM »
1.Dr.Dre
2.Battlecat
3.Mel-Man
4.Timbaland
5.Fred Wreck
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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #51 on: August 01, 2002, 02:39:43 AM »
I (like many others) gotta say Dr.Dre as my number 1 favourite. I mean, c'mon, obviously. He's actually changed the game with his producing. The Chronic didn't sound like any other hip-hop record of that time. And comparing The Chronic to the next one, 2001, makes his position as the don even stronger. He totally re-invented himself between albums. Nowadays everybody want a Dre beat... Some Dre magic, cause that's what his beats are.

DRE RULEZ  ;)

I also dig Warren G a lot. He's got that same kinda magic in his beats as Dre's beats. However, they're a lot more melodic than any other producers work I've heard. I really dig the melodicity (is that a word?) of his beats, while they also make you nod your head. I think Warren don't get half of the respect & attention he deserves. (BTW, wasn't it weird that Warren didn't produce or appear on any of the tracks on Nate's Music & Me?)
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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #52 on: August 04, 2002, 04:06:48 AM »
My top 5 right now would be dr dre, alchemist, Primo, Nottz & madlib.
I don't need to say why dre is tight as its already been said here. However his major problem is he uses the same beat over & over (don't believe me peep fuck wit dre day, g-funk intro & who am i, they all have the same bassline, and more recently looking at you and put it on me, its just lazy). He's still the best though. The Al Chemist is tight as fuck when he uses samples, but not so good when he doesn't. Worst comes to worst, right & exact and home sweet home are all classic beats and always will be. primo may use the same formula all the time but he has come up with the two best beats ever (Above The Clouds & Boom) and consistantly produces dope beats. I have only recently heard Nottz but every beat i've heard by him has impressed me. Madlib is probably my favourite crate digger producer and Quasimoto is the maddest shit for when yo've been smoking some light green trees.  And personally i hate timbaland and don't understand why he is so big, his beats just sound like a big shitty mess to me but thats my opinon and i don't want to hear him work with dre, chairmen of the boards should be dre and erick sermon.
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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #53 on: August 04, 2002, 09:50:02 AM »
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how about RZA ?? he's definatly one of the 5 best producers


I totally agree
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Re: Best Hip Hop Producer
« Reply #54 on: August 04, 2002, 11:21:22 AM »
Immortal u's a hater


U see one of the important differences between Dre and other producers is that he does NOT make 'some okay tracks in larger number'.

The number ain't that large it's the quality.
Who could ever do what Dre did and make the whole hiphop industry be dominated by his own style which he created.


First u say...

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money isnt everything you know, just becuase he sold alot on aftermath doesnt mean anything.



But then...

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Eminem is part of the reason Dre is doing so well, he woudnt be as big if it wasnt for Eminem.



Eminem is for shure part of his commercial success but didn't u just say that doesn't mean anything?
Eminem didn't teach Dre his production skills so it doesn't matter if he gives Dre comercial success or not.
That shit ain't got shit to do with Dre's untouchable production skills.


Your argumentation consists of shit that ain't relevant like

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Chronic was a hell of alot better album then 2001.



(So what, tell me which producer made betta albums than Dre's OG Chronic)

and fucked up shit like

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Yeah he can employ Mel-Man and get him to do the work.



which is  = nothin


Then there's shit like

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back in the N.W.A days he was pretty good



What the fuck?
Admit the fuckin fact that he wasn't 'pretty good' but D O P E and he still is.


and SAD shit like

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2001 was a good album becuase of Hittman, Xzibit & Kurupt.



Kurupt had 3 appeariences on 2001 of which 1 was wack(Xxplosive)
Anyway 2001 is a beat album and it's Dre who makes those beats.
Sayin it's these rappers make the album good is defently hatin'.
Still D.R.E. is probably the best track of this album and Dre is the only rapper (Snoop's only on the hook)





U say we shouldn't just tell our opinion but give SERIOUS REASONS for our opinion...

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Its been 20 years, he needs to find something else to do (definetely not rapping, that was worse then the producing[/u])




like u do ? ? ?

If the fact that a producer is in tha game for very long makes him not being good in your opinion, I feel for u...

and after I saw that shit 'WORSE than his production' I really wondered why I'm readin ya post.




Dre did not only change his style but made the whole industry change to his style and I don't know what more u can expect from a producer.
And  he's about to do it again with Detox so fuck all tha haters...




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