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    Default Who likes electronic music? or Hip/Hop?

    For the most part this board is the metal/punk type..... in no way do I dislike that. I truly like just about every type of shit. But I love electronic music and know there are those that love it too....not just electro or techno, hip/hop, etc...Im calling out ENM, Whitey, and Cernoch, (also those Burleque boys...Diplo, spankrock, I see that shit) and others who love this shizzzzz so, show your F-A-C-E!

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    We've organized showcases at CMJ & SXSW for a bunch of that stuff. Also really good friends with the XLR8R Magazine folks.

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    I fukin luv XLR8R. Would love to do an illo one day!

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    It's cool they are covering poster art a bit more now.

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    I live, breath, promote, and genuinely enjoy REAL HIP HOP!

    But Electronica, I know nothing about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.Blake View Post
    I live, breath, promote, and genuinely enjoy REAL HIP HOP!

    But Electronica, I know nothing about.
    Well, if you like hip hop, I must say, watch electronic music.
    Because these two will mesh more and more through the years. mark my words. Spankrock 4 example

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.Blake View Post
    I live, breath, promote, and genuinely enjoy REAL HIP HOP!
    After Tupac and Big got killed, RAP turned stupid. I stopped listening to it around '97 or '98. I still listen to the South Florida Booty shit, WU and anything before '97.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naked Rob View Post
    After Tupac and Big got killed, RAP turned stupid. I stopped listening to it around '97 or '98. I still listen to the South Florida Booty shit, WU and anything before '97.
    I lost interest after hip-hop became synonymous with bitches, money, and bling. The gangsta trend ruined it all, although the first few years of gangsta albums were really good. But there are still good Hip-hip albums being cut. Dizzee Rascal, Common, Del, The Roots, Lyrics Born...
    Brg!
    Barricades of hamburgers divide the nation.

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    Aceyalone! Ace One!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danstiles View Post
    I lost interest after hip-hop became synonymous with bitches, money, and bling. The gangsta trend ruined it all, although the first few years of gangsta albums were really good. But there are still good Hip-hip albums being cut. Dizzee Rascal, Common, Del, The Roots, Lyrics Born...
    While I haven't heard much MF Doom, I like Madvillain a lot. Solid hip-hop without the bling

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