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Hip-hop is dead?
Old 11th August 2005 | Show parent
Gear Maniac

Originally Posted by jonnyclueless

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

Or Quannum Projects, check out..

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


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