#1
Yo, I'm looking for some new rap music. I've heard all the old stuff (Tupac, BIG, NWA,etc.) and that's all good and well, but I'm looking for some newer stuff to listen to.

Thanks in advance.
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#3
k-os

He's awesome, Joyful Rebellion was brilliant.

edit: cool, you live in Mississauga.
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#4
Aesop Rock is fairly modern.
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#5
Don't mean to steal your thread Andy, but since we're kind of on the same topic, are there rappers / groups with a violin in their mix? My sweetmate blast some of it and it's pretty good.
#7
if you havent already get some wutang and snoop and dre. for new stuff lil wayne, yea hes got a few songs that are just pop and arent that great (like lollipop) but he has a ton of good stuff too
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#8
Thanks for the suggestions people, I checked them out, they're all pretty good, but I'm looking for something a little more.... in your face, harder rap. I'll provide a couple examples.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=qPrUkMGwRqs
http://youtube.com/watch?v=WiWII8uDqUk
http://youtube.com/watch?v=6zJET7u7SGU
http://youtube.com/watch?v=0eVa11fv_iM
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If you are rowing down the road in your canoe and your wagon wheel falls off. How many pancakes does it take to make a doghouse?

Green, because a vest has no sleeves.

Can't we all just get a bong?
#9
some biggie songs are in your face and raw. also check out hit em up by 2pac
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#10
Mobb. Deep.

Actually, check out this mix I did. All grimy, hardcore rap straight out of NYC

Nas- N.Y. State of Mind
AZ- Gimmie Your's
Jay-Z- 22 Twos
Onyx- The Worst feat. The Wu Tang Clan
Gravediggaz- Diary of a Madman
The Notorious B.I.G.- Warning
Big L- The Heist
Method Man- Dirty Mef feat. ODB
Sticky Fingaz- Strange Niggaz
Lil' Kim- M.A.F.I.A. Land
http://www.sendspace.com/file/016cdz
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#12
Dälek, Subtle, Blackalicious, cLOUDDEAD, El-P, Oh No, Aesop Rock, MF Doom...lots of good, (relatively) new hip-hop.
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#13
Try MF-Doom, Madlib, J Dilla, MF Grimm, Monsta Island Czars, Aesop Rock, People Under the stairs, gang starr, The Roots, a tribe called quest, subtle, Dilated Peoples.
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Don't mean to steal your thread Andy, but since we're kind of on the same topic, are there rappers / groups with a violin in their mix? My sweetmate blast some of it and it's pretty good.

Aww

ANYWAYS... 22 Twos by Jay-Z has some violin and flute.
#17
jus burned a copy of Dr. Dre's "the Chronic" very good album. also look into The Movent, kinda a reggie hip hop funk group, the ladies lot dancin and makin out to it and i always recomend Eminem's first three CDs, D-12's "devil's night", ludacris's "back for the very first time" and nelly's "country grammer"