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Hip-hop is dead?
Old 11th August 2005
  #61
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Originally Posted by jonnyclueless
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PS - I am currently working with an R&B group who I feel is how it should be (group of singers, and diverse music (some programmed, some live, some combos, etc)), but I have a feeling it will go nowhere simply because they aren't following the machine format. It just makes me kinda sad I guess.
Fukk em bro keep at it , and you never know what might happen. Anyone who tells you that there is no room for originality is sorely mistaken. In fact it's the only way to build a "career"
Old 12th August 2005
  #62
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Wac-Attack

What about the UK talent? Roots Manuva, Blak Twang?

Or Quannum Projects, check out..

www.quannum.com

Theres still people trying to do less bling bling, more real thing..

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Theres no good hip hop because Coz has it all locked up in his bedroom... dfegad
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