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Overly Serious Intro. 6. Girls Make Amateur. 8. Can't Afford Me. Verse the Villain.

Peace to MichaelAngelo, Teyo, Buck Dudley, Vinyl Villain, Giallo Point, Don Carrera, and the homie AvenRec, who is an amazing producer out of Medellin, Colombia. This Flour City MC/producer was lured back to the streets while Trap was dominating Hip-Hop sales, but when he saw his homies like Benny The Butcher and Eto starting to make waves around 2016-17, he knew the time was right for a comeback. He made his return in grand fashion in 2018 by dropping collab projects with Mafioso rap godfather Kool G. Rap, Buffalo’s most buzzing, Benny, and The Jacka’s protege, Joe Blow.

And though hip-hop’s obviously been a male-dominated field for about as long as it’s existed, a quick spin through this list should make it abundantly clear that rapping about sex is by no means a guy thing -and we’re not talking rose petals and candlelight, either. Below, we’ve compiled 50 of rap’s greatest sex anthems, spread across more than three decades.

Although hip-hop has always been a hyper-masculine boys club, quality female representation has dipped to an all-time low. No one has picked up the baton once carried by MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, or Salt n' Pepa and successfully run with i. Artists like Bahamadia and Jean Grae keep the underground alive with their top shelf skills, but their lack of selling power makes it difficult for them to start a movement. Our brightest hope was Lauryn Hill before (she became) Unplugged, when she ranked among the illest MCs on the planet, male or female. Beginning with the ever-present P. Diddy (née Puff Daddy), this group of overexposed hit men has moved from behind the boards and into the videos and songs of their artists.

This album is perfect for an underground fan, and is actually the album that turned me into a hip-hop head. Florida emcee Surreal drops nothing but knowledge with a butter smooth flow, while The Sound Providers sample various golden-age jazz tunes - creating one of the best overall projects I’ve heard to date. Not many artists can make music as powerful, yet easy listening as Living Legends. Consisting of emcees Murs, The Grouch, Luckyiam, Sunspot Jonz, and Eligh among others, there’s no question to whether or not this group knows how to make hip-hop. Every underground fan should give this album at least one full listen, as I can almost guarantee it wont be your last.

Operation Doomsday truly is a landmark Hip Hop album, released in an era when shiny suit bling bling rap and emptyheaded gangsta cliches were dominating Hip Hop. MF DOOM brought back the essence of true Hip Hop with his debut solo album. Superior creative brilliance – both on the production- and lyrical side – makes this album a staple not just for underground Hip Hop, but for Hip Hop as a whole. In Gas Drawls MF DOOM says the super villain, cooler than a million – and that is a perfect description of this album and what would follow later. 14. That's That (2009).

Music for the Advancement of Hip Hop was a statement of intent and showed off the label’s key operatives. Sole, Buck 65, Them, Deep Puddle Dynamics and more offer up tracks, and while the nasal rapping and zany production still alienates many rap fans, they undoubtably carved out their own niche. In truth, when the album was first surfaced these kinds of nuances were simply ignored – heads embraced it because it was billed to two indie rap super producers, and the music was different and totally in the spirit of the experimentation that thankfully balanced out our pig-headed orthodox rap ideology. With Madlib’s influence and a flood of foreign sounds brought on by unchecked file-sharing, this kind of sampling tourism would become far more commonplace, but Bombay The Hard Way was the first to point our ears to far-off lands and make us wonder what other crazy shit could be out there.

Hip Hop Lives Underground. Produced by Scovery D. Album The Boom Bap Album. Hip Hop Lives Underground Lyrics.

While other hip-hop albums' lyrics may come across as clever, they will never stick as much as "Ghostface, catch the blast from a hype verse," "Raw like cocaine straight from Bolivia," "The hell-raiser, raising hell with the flavor," "I grew up on the crime side, the New York Times side," or even "Patty-cake, patty-cake, hey! .

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Overly Serious Intro Verse the Villain 1:48
2 Dangerous Verse the Villain 3:45
3 I'm Gone Verse the Villain 4:40
4 Back There Verse the Villain 3:22
5 The Villain Verse the Villain 3:46
6 Girls Make Amateur Verse the Villain 3:32
7 Gimme Everything Verse the Villain 3:33
8 Can't Afford Me Verse the Villain 3:40
9 Proof in the Evidence Verse the Villain 2:52
10 Stephanie Makes Bread Verse the Villain 3:23
11 Adder Verse the Villain 2:49
12 I'm Weird Verse the Villain 4:08
13 More and More Verse the Villain 3:04
14 Higher Love Verse the Villain 3:15
15 Come Down Verse the Villain 4:13
16 I'm Weird [Rockin Remix] Verse the Villain 4:00
17 Slow Dirt Verse the Villain 2:20
18 Double O Dick Verse the Villain 3:33

Verse the Villain - Girls Make Amateur Porn, Boys Make Underground Hip-Hop album download

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Title: Girls Make Amateur Porn, Boys Make Underground Hip-Hop

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