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Rullatic 2013-08-26 22:55

It's A Jump Music Thang Now
Anybody ever heard of a style of music called Jump Music?

It's the modern hybrid of true hip-hop/rap music

Rullatic 2013-08-27 21:45

Let's Take A closer Look At What Hip-hop was...(god forbid we see what it is now)

2nd To None
3rd Bass
70 Break Beats
Big Blunts Vol. 2
Big L
Big Noyd
Black AG
Black Moon
Black Sheep
Bloods & Crips
Brand Nubian
Bushwick Bill
Channel Live
Chi Ali
College Boyz
Compton’s Most Wanted
Cracker Beats
Crucial Conflict The Final Tic CD
Cypress Hill CD
Da Lench Mob CD Buck The Devil
Das Efx Straight From Da Sewer CD
DFC Things In The Hood
DJ Quik Quik Is The Name LP
Tonite 12” LP
Way 2 Fonky
The D.O.C. Is It Funky Enough
Domino Cuties Get Connected 12” LP
Dookie Touch Booms & Pounds, Ain’t No Luv, Niggas In The Jungle,
(bonus) Freestyle
Dr. Dre Bitches Ain’t Shit/Freestyle 12” cassette
Dr. Octagon The Instrumentalist CD
Dru Down Pimp of the Year cassette
Eightball & MJG Comin Out Hard CD
On The Outside Lookin In CD
EPMD Strictly Business CD
Business As Usual cassette
Unfinished Business LP
Eazy-E Luv 4 Dem Gangstas 12” cassette (from the Boomerang soundtrack)
5150 Home 4 Tha Sick CD
Gang Starr Mass Appeal 12” cassette
Genius/GZA Words From a Genius CD
Liquid Swords cassette
George Clinton LP Atomic Dog, (Not Just) Knee Deep, One Nation Under A
Geto Boys Till Death Do Us Part
We Can’t Be Stopped
Ghetto Mafia Full-Blooded Niggas cassette
Havoc & Prodigy Crime Wave
Hi-C Skanless CD or cassette
Fuck A 40 Oz.
Hip Hop From the Top CD / Hip Hop From the Top (Hi-C)
Ice Cube Really Doe/My Skin Is My Sin 12” cassette
Amerikkka’s Most Wanted/Once Upon A Time In The Projects 12” LP
Amerikkka’s Most Wanted LP
Kill At Will LP and cassette
Bootlegs & B-Sides
Lethal Injection
Death Certificate cassette
Indo G & Lil’ Blunt The Antidote CD
Up In Smoke cassette
Juice Soundtrack
Junior Mafia CD
King Tee King Tee the Great CD Tha Trifling Album
Kool G Rap Live and Let Die LP
Road To Riches CD
XXX Rated
456 CD (2)
Kool Keith Sex Style CD
Kris Kross Totally Krossed Out CD
K-Solo CD / Fugitive / Tales From the Crack Side
Times Up cassette
Kurtis Blow Back By Popular Demand LP
Lords of The Underground Psycho 12” CD
Here Come The Lords CD
Lost Boys Legal Drug Money
Madd Blunted A Day In The Life Of Madd Blunted CD
MC Breed 20 Below CD / No Frontin Allowed / 20 Below / I Ain’t To Be Fucked
With / Diss Mode
The New Breed
The Best of Breed
MC Eiht Streiht Up Menace 12” cassette (instrumentals/remix intrumental)
Last Man Standing CD
Section 8 CD
We Come Strapped CD
MC Nas D & DJ Freaky Fred CD My Cadillac (Got That Boom), Gold Diggin Hos
MC Ren Kiss My Black Ass
Shock of the Hour CD
MC Serch Here It Comes CD
MC Thick From The Brick Jungle 12” cassette
Menace 2 Society Soundtrack
Menace To Society 12” cassette (Detroit– gangster Michigan) Intro, Streets Of Hell,
I Escaped
Mobb Deep The Infamous Mobb Deep CD
Juvenile Hell CD
N2Deep Back To The Hotel cassette Do The Crew
Nice & Smooth Sometimes I Rhyme Slow 12” cassette
Nine Nine Livez
N.W.A. 100 Miles & Runnin LP
Straight Outta Compton CD/cassette
N.W.A. & the Posse CD
Niggas 4 Life
O.C.U Stronger Than the Mafia CD
Onyx Bacdafucup LP
Throw Ya Guns In the Air/Black Vagina Finda 12” cassette
Originoo Gunn Clappaz Da Storm CD
Ol’ Dirty Bastard CD
Parliament double CD
Pete Rock & CL Smooth CD
Poison Clan The Bitch That I Hate/Low-Life Muthafuckas 12” cassette
Check Out The Avenue 12” cassette
Poisonous Mentality CD
Rufftown Behavior
Strait Zooism CD and cassette
Pooh-Man CD / Them Niggas Ain’t Playin, Fuckin Wit Dank, Eatin Pussy
Psyclone Whadever cassette (underground)
Raekwon Only Built 4 Cuban Links
Rap Declares War 12” cassette
Rapmasters green cassette It’s the Joint
Redman Whut? Thee Album cassette
Dare Is a Darkside (dub) There Is a Darkside
Scarface Mr. Scarface Is Back CD
The World Is Yours cassette
The Diary CD
Schoolly D The Best of Schoolly D CD
A Gangster’s Story CD
Reservoir Dog cassette
Funk & Pussy CD
How A Black Man Feels CD
Another Sign 12” LP
Welcome To America CD
The Great Adventures of Schoolly D CD
Saturday Night cassette
Am I Black Enough For You
Smoke Some Kill 2 LP’s and cassette
Seattle the Darkside CD Drop Top (E-Dawg & Filthy Rich) Lil’ Locs, 12 Gauge
Silkk The Shocker
Showbiz & A.G. 12” CD
Smif-N-Wessun Da Shinin cassette (the illumination)
Spice 1 CD 187 Pure
187 He Wrote
A Nigga Gots No Heart 12” cassette
South Central Cartel South Central Madness cassette
Gang Stories CD
Everyday All Day CD
Snoop Doggy Dogg Doggystyle
Strait Stylin (dub)– underground/local artist named P-Funk
Success-N-Effect Drive-by Of a Revolutionist cassette / The Ultimate Drive-by
The Coup Dig It 12” CD
Tim Dog Penicillin On Wax cassette
Do Or Die cassette
Too Nice Jump/Cold Wild Strong Isle 12” LP
Total Devastation Many Clouds of Smoke/Hemp Rally
Trespass Soundtrack
Troop Z LP mix record
Tupac Strictly 4 My Niggas CD
Tupacalypse Now
Warren G CD
Wicked Mix LP
Willie D CD Soldier of Fortune
Wu Tang Clan Wu Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthin To Fuck Wit 12” cassette
Enter the 36 Chambers
X Clan Exodus CD

So, with all the people in this world, he can put a beat together, and spit a flow, these artists are good enough, that musically and culturally the world can't do better than this? Nobody can out-bang or out-shine the likes of these people? Oh, that's right, I forgot, we live in the times of "Generation Doorknob."

Rullatic 2013-08-28 03:29

I realize that this music has helped raise a lot of people in ways, and minds may have been elevated, maybe I'm ideological and deeply feel that something super-cool is missing from hip-hop, not just the music but even from the culture because it seems increasingly like a faddish phenomenon without being phenomenal.

"The art of being phenomenal without being phenomenal-- that's hip-hop"

Music has revolutionary potential, but the hip-hop that now exists is not the kind of revolution that is needed in the world.

Rullatic 2013-08-28 18:04

I am really interested to see the results of this poll, especially since the feedback comes from the music community

Rullatic 2013-09-01 08:07

just having fun with some rap beat loops, turned out to be tight

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Rullatic 2013-09-01 08:17

I remember the first piece of equipment I bought when I was about 14 years old, and now I'm, almost 34. It was a Gemini mixer with about 8 line/phono inputs with right and left channel multi-band EQ, but the biggest reason I bought it was because it had an 8 second digital costed about $350 and my other choice was a $250 sampler, which would've been much better because it was 16-bit and I didn't know until I got it that the sampler on the mixer I bought was only 8-bit.....thank GOD Almighty for such great and affordable software. Now my dreams are a reality.

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LastAlternative 2013-09-01 12:49

True about software. It has brought quality mixing to our homes at a very affordable price, hence is why so many legendary studios and mastering houses are gone with the wind.
I agree that hip hop and rap are not what they used to be. These days is all force fed, tired, recycled pop. Whether it's Taylor Swift "country music" or Niki Manaj and Lil Whine "rap" or the garbage they call rock these days (minus Muse of course). Music has almost completely lost its roots and meaning. There is hardly anything original and sincere anymore. It's a superficial world we live in where talent is out the window as long as you have a billion dollar industry pumping you in everybody's faces. The best music is underground. And sometimes here on this forum!
Yet, I disagree that rap and hip hop should be replaced. It just needs to go back to its original foundation.. modernized.

littlejam 2013-09-01 17:03


thanks for a great list of music; gonna check out some of these groups...

rock is becoming more countrier and rappish
country is becoming more poppy
rap is becoming more rockier and popper
pop is becoming more dancier (edm)ish

the boundaries between genres seem to be getting 'blurred lines'


Rullatic 2013-09-02 00:15

To: torusflow
To: littlejam

Thanks for the feedback, and great perspective on not just hip-hop but the other genres too and the underground.
I think what bothers me about rap and hip-hop is that I like to be able to play an album think that the whole thing is great, all the beats and instrumentation, and all the lyrics. Back when I was growing up I was able to identify with hip-hop and rap, but now I really can't nor do I care to relate to what many of the artists have to say. What I figure is that quality hip-hop and rap must still exist though, so I'm anxious to see what happens next. When is an artist going to make an album that is hip-hop/rap but at the same time is so unique, and outstanding that once again people can really identify with the culture and do not have to have concerns for their well-being if they listen to it, being misled by the output of diseased minds. When a person steps back from the irrational attachment to something such as music, they are able to examine the contents of their own mind and figure out why they are listening to it, what are the benefits, and what are the ill effects. I've heard a all kinds of rap music, but out of all the artists I used to like and listen to, there isn't many that haven't changed or gotten washed up. Here is ONE OUT OF MANY (e pluribus enum), that still recently put out a super-slick hip-hop album that was pure, that I can bang and not feel any discomfort.

Rullatic 2013-09-02 03:44

To: Andy Hyde

thanks for tuning in and posting righteous feedback on the track, it's always great to know someone else can find meaning in what I'm doing musically

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