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The Greatest Rappers Of All Time

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also of course, the grandaddy of them all, Gil Scott Heron

 

Sheer poetry, Mel.

 

And, if we're talking poets: Mutabaruka.

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The original rapper is sill the best, i.e. Bob Dylan. He must have been a rapper, because he sure as hell couldn't sing. lol

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Who sang ' go shorty, it's your birthday '? :partyhat:

 

50 cent - in da club

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I'm a bit surprised that Steven the Sheff Rapper doesn't get a mention here, being home grown talent. anyone not heard of him check out his X factor audition, he is like a bad version of Honey G, yep that bad.

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50 cent - in da club

 

It's not one of my favourite songs, but I was singing it on Friday.

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Has anyone mentioned M.C. Miker G and DJ Sven :banana:

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Has anyone mentioned M.C. Miker G and DJ Sven :banana:

GET OUT NOW!!!!:suspect:

 

 

:hihi:

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GET OUT NOW!!!!:suspect:

 

 

:hihi:

 

:hihi::hihi::hihi:

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grandmaster flash and melle mel, awesome, have loads of theirs on vinyl

 

Once saw them live in Sheffield back in the 80's, fantastic live set, especially Beat Street...

 

 

Public Enemy

Afrika Bambaataa

LL Cool J

Run DMC

Eric and Rakim

Boogie Down Productions

Used to love all the Streetsounds Electro albums too, guy who owned Roulette Records used to let me have them a couple of days earlier than release date...

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Once saw them live in Sheffield back in the 80's, fantastic live set, especially Beat Street...

 

 

Public Enemy

Afrika Bambaataa

LL Cool J

Run DMC

Eric and Rakim

Boogie Down Productions

Used to love all the Streetsounds Electro albums too, guy who owned Roulette Records used to let me have them a couple of days earlier than release date...

Roulette? was that that small one on high street.

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