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    #91
    Originally posted by ninjabanzai
    7 pages long and still no sage francis and the non-prophets? somethings gone awry. also have to add the pharcyde, talib kweli, hi-tek, mos def, peanut butter wolf, grouch and eligh, aceyalone, and binary star. for happy feel good hip hop try l.a. symphony.
    That's because he's turned in to an whiny little bitch with pretentious non-listenable Anticon beats. I think everything he did before his album on Anticon was a lot more interesting.

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      #92
      MURS, Jean Grae, Talib Kweli, Mos Def, Little Brother, Foreign Exchange, Pharoah Monche, Aesop Rock, El-P, Atmosphere, Cannibal Ox, Cpmpany Flow, MF Doom, Wordsworth, Non-Phixion, Prefuse-73, Slum Village,

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        #93
        1.Hieroglyphics(Old School Hip Hop)
        2.Non Phixion
        3.Necro(Gore, Killing, Mass Genocide)
        4.Cage
        5.Gangstarr(Old School Hip Hop)
        6.Ill Bill(Gore, Killing, Mass Genocide)
        7.Immortal Technique(Rage Against The Machine Style)
        8.El-P(Fantastic Damage)

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          #94
          Look at that guy's username. You KNOW he knows his rap!

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            #95
            I wasn't going to say anything, but since Osiris brought it up, I personally see few, if any, parallels between Immortal Technique and Rage Against the Machine. (Although I do like both.)

            Additionally, I will murder you, with my, comma splice, technques.

            ,

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              #96
              http://www.accuradio.com/radioframe....e=iewm9&gw=yes

              This link should fill your need for what your looking for.

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                #97
                ZIon I
                Devin the Dude
                Prophet
                Common
                Afu-Ra
                Jeru the Damaga
                Wu Tang RIP O.D.B
                Twista
                OLD SCHOOL:
                Fu Schnickens
                Onyx
                NWA
                K-9 Posse
                Too short (of course)
                The only Good Shaquille O'Neal song You know I got skillz

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                  #98
                  Wait SHaq tried to rap?

                  Is it better then his acting skills? Not that that is saying much.

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                    #99
                    Originally posted by Raven
                    Wait SHaq tried to rap?

                    Is it better then his acting skills? Not that that is saying much.
                    yes he "tried" to rap.
                    It's about the same as his "acting" skills.

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                      Originally posted by Raven
                      Wait SHaq tried to rap?

                      Is it better then his acting skills? Not that that is saying much.

                      Yup right when he entered the NBA. "When I go up for the rim i'm coming down with the backboard" Had a decent beat to it.

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                        Go ahead and tell him the name of the album.
                        Considering what the name of this website is, it is very amusing.

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                          Ha Ha, Shaq Fu!

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                            Originally posted by KhorneliusPraxx


                            Ha Ha, Shaq Fu!
                            OMG! Is that where that came from? Jesus.

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                              His first (yes there are two, plus a "greatest hits") album was Shaq Diesel. ShaqFu was his second. There was also a ShaqFu video game (SNES I think). He did a track or two with the Fu Schnickens as well.

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                                Originally posted by Jaguar Wong
                                His first (yes there are two, plus a "greatest hits") album was Shaq Diesel. ShaqFu was his second. There was also a ShaqFu video game (SNES I think). He did a track or two with the Fu Schnickens as well.
                                I remember the Shaq fu video game, and it didn't make sense to me at the time. Now it does.

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