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    Id also say bill stevenson is very close to derrick. And pretty much every punk band not named green day or the offspring are overlooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Just discovered this cat named kemizt a couple months ago. Incredibly reminiscent of Blu, but I like the stuff of his I've heard quite a bit.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbGWv5rBkHA

    There should be links to free download of both of his albums in the info for the video/track....and kemizt is the one releasing them for free, so no need to feel guilty or anything. I think he is partially doing this because almost all the beats he uses are recycled without permission (so far at least, he's working on a full length with French producer Dela currently).
    I enjoyed that song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Umm....you posted the same song three times! Definitely a good one though; especially like the Dome Cracker Remix of that track.
    lmao i didn't mean to.

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    Freddie Gibbs, Z-Ro, Trae, Jay Rock, Kutt Calhoun, Brotha Lynch Hung...too many to name.

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    ^ Z-Ro is a good one


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    Blue Sky Black Death

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    Quote Originally Posted by netsgiantsyanks View Post
    yea, i love the dj babu mix of this. He does some nasty **** on the chorus, I don't even know how to explain it, kinda makes it sound like a echo or something

    speakin of which, another mix of his I'm sure ny heads would appreciate
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87sjqjs_0TU

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccspence8 View Post
    I forgot about him, Ive never seen anyone mention him. But "Time Waits For No Man" is a good album man. Hey Love is my favorite song by him. I like those old gritty beats they dont make no more.
    yea for sure. His cali agent album with planet asia was pretty heat too

    this probably my fave track of his
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg_rqRExTjA

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnicksPain View Post
    Az if your talking rappers is probably one of the most talented lyricist that doesnt get talked about regular in mainstream circles.

    King Crimson is a personal favorite of mine, I know a little less about rock but I never see people bring up King Crimson when they talk about great rock artist and their music blows my mind. I know prog rock isnt for everyone but Genesis, Pink Floyd, and even Alan Parson Project get more accolades and they were all progressive.
    KC is highly respected by musicians from my experience.
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    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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    The term underrated is used loosely. Is it they are not as popular as they used to be? Are they simply unknown? Do they appear to not be loved by your peers? Does everyone not love them as much as you do? Are they not respected by critics? Are they not embraced by musicians? Do they seem to loved only by musicians and not the masses?

    All of these questions seem to apply when this discussion is had.
    Quote Originally Posted by Crucis View Post
    Parity is about equality of opportunity, not equality of results.

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