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WiCkEd22

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 6:28:14 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for WiCkEd22   Click Here to Email WiCkEd22

I love both Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley and his brother Stephen Marley. I took some of their albums (my original CD's) and combined them into two CD-R's (320 quality) for the car. If you're interested, then here you go...


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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 6:32:15 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Thx, always thought that Nas and Daminen album - which was more like Daminen and Nas - deserved way more praise.

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always thought that Nas and Daminen album - which was more like Daminen and Nas - deserved way more praise

^That album was a disappoint to me overall, but the 4 songs I like I really like... *shrugs*

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 6:37:04 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for WiCkEd22   Click Here to Email WiCkEd22

How you feelin the new Damian Marley album, Pb? I really like half of it. I fuckin love that "Livin It Up" joint. Hopefully they'll make a music video for that one...

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 6:46:24 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Didnt listen to it - Not a reggae listener in daily life, during Holiday that's another story tho. In general I think reggae & hiphop combine very well.

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 7:00:10 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for WiCkEd22   Click Here to Email WiCkEd22

In general I think reggae & hiphop combine very well.

^Agreed...


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Phatbeets

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 8:08:27 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Phatbeets
Remember Vicone? lol

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Remember Vicone? lol

^LOL Yeah. Dude was a fuckin fgt...


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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 10:22:29 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for SC1989
This a Hip Hop forum go with the reggae shit to the general forum.(Words Wickky would say if some else made another post about some other music)
Anyhow Damian Marley for the Nas album

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spews bigotry towards "white kids from the burbs" and listens to damian marly etc. LOL

do you pretend your black wickid?

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ziggy marley is lightyrs ahead of these two. rap mixed with reggae is usually trash and damien marley is a fried banana, atleast ziggy is the closest we will ever get to bob. but u wouldnt understand cuz ur not a real music dude.

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 12:39:03 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
How can you leave the best song NaS and Damian ever did, Friends, off the mix? Smddick

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posted Sunday, October 15, 2017 2:02:22 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Lit Jagger
It's like wicked just discovered reggae and makes a mix tape of the most known to Americans

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I fuck with Reggae like the older classic stuff tho more usually
Peter Tosh
Bunny Wailer
Busy Signal is dope tho too

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This a Hip Hop forum go with the reggae shit to the general forum.(Words Wickky would say if some else made another post about some other music)

^Nope. Sorry. Try again. There's HipHop throughout those albums... Road To Zion feat. Nas, Pimpa's Paradise feat. Black Thought, Jey Baby feat. Mos Def, Iron Bars feat. Mr Cheeks and the four Damian Marley & Nas joints... *shrugs*


atleast ziggy is the closest we will ever get to bob.

^I don't care about anyone or anything being "the closest we will ever get to bob". C'mon, son! smh


How can you leave the best song NaS and Damian ever did, Friends, off the mix?

^I don't care for that song otherwise I would have included it. Just sayin...


It's like wicked just discovered reggae and makes a mix tape of the most known to Americans

^LOL I bought those albums around the time they came out. I been rockin with both Damian & Stephen Marley since the very early 2000's. It is what it is...

I didn't include it, but I also love the Stephen Marley Acoustic album I have on CD.

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Nassau William Senior

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posted Monday, October 16, 2017 11:49:03 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
Your taste sucks then. Friends is the best song on the album, ask anyone.

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Nassau William Senior

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posted Monday, October 16, 2017 12:41:04 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
u left Patience off too?

just take all the best songs and leave them off a mix...great job.

how much thought do you put into these?

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You're a fucking joke Wicked. You are a close minded wannabe. An elitist dumb ass. You don't know shit about reggae by the way. There is more to reggae than fucking Bob Marley and his family. You probably barely know any other reggae artists from Jamaica. You will probably say you don't give a fuck or post some stupid gif of you're ugly pasty white goober ass shrugging your shoulders. Just do us all a favor and stop posting. wsu"


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It''s not HIP HOP so it's WACK!!!! Get that FOLK music tf OUT OF HERE!!!!

SMFH
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anti-stunna making sense until he went full racist.

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posted Monday, October 16, 2017 11:40:56 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for anti-stunna
epic voicings right here

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You don't know shit about reggae by the way. There is more to reggae than fucking Bob Marley and his family. You probably barely know any other reggae artists from Jamaica. You will probably say you don't give a fuck.




u left Patience off too?

^Yup. Left it off because I DON'T LIKE IT!! It is what it is... *shrugs*

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Nassau William Senior

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posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017 12:37:58 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
Left it off because I DON'T LIKE IT!!

Left it off because you're not a real music dude.

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Rikky-rekt

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Nassau William Senior

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posted Tuesday, October 17, 2017 1:29:41 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Nassau William Senior
Wicked - Did you see that GangStarr is actually nerd rap?

Guru is a rich kid from the burbs, smh. Rapping about "Code of the Streets" - should have rapped about "Code of Fashion School", amirite?

Wicky - These rich kids need to leave this hip hop shit to us urbanites, nah mean?

First I find out that Slug is nerd rap, then it's Epidemic, and now GangStarr. This nerd rap is hard to categorize - thank God for the WickedWun to help us all out.

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posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:08:52 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for pquest
"Nah Mean" is dope...I also like some of Damian Marley´s reggae songs...

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posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:10:58 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for pquest
"In general I think reggae & hiphop combine very well."

...my newest upload...Waynie Ranks 1992...

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posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:11:54 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for PAhiphopFAN
Julian Marley "Boom Draw"
Skip Marley "Cry to Me" and "Life"

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posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 2:14:32 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for PAhiphopFAN
Still hoping for Distant Relatives 2 (this is your chance to prove you exist, god)

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posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 10:51:10 AM    Click Here to See the Profile for breathcontrol
Big up Wicked for getting more reggae on this site. Damian and Kabaka Pyramid played the Fillmore 2 nights last week. I made one of the shows - IRIE. Hope you did as well.

While I think the Distant Relatives album is very good, I'd like to see Damian do another with Brother J or KRS-ONE.

Always dug this cut:
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KRS was one of the first to bring the dancehall into rap.

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Count Your Blessings is the best song on the DM
Nas album imo

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Thanks for taking 4 albums on iTunes and making a 38 song playlist. wow such DJ skills. You make Q Bert and Mixmaster mike look like noobs

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KRS was one of the first to bring the dancehall into rap

^ you couldn't be more wrong





co sign How can you leave the best song NaS and Damian ever did, Friends, off the mix? and u left Patience off too?

been listening to Reggae since the 80's, most Hip Hop friends I grew up with did/do too

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at semeone

you say i couldnt be more wrong and then you post a song from 86 and another from 88-lol when KRS had elements of it on criminal minded in 87. so you still havent proven that i couldnt be more wrong! plus i said ONE of the first. and i said "bring dancehall into rap" meaning to lay dancehall vocals etc. over predominantly rap beats not some straight up dancehall sounding beats.

KRS was one of the first to have a few rhyme styles including a reggae/dancehall one.

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^ the reason I posted the songs by Daddy Freddy is a reference to the style KRS was influenced in when he recorded Criminal Minded. When KRS dropped that record it was widely accepted he "copied" bit to some extent guys like Daddy Freddy who had hits and toured the states before KRS recorded CM, and they had been doing that vocal style for years in Jamaica. These records were in New York and KRS heard them its evident when you listen to Criminal Minded, KRS is toasting. I guess it went over your head. The year reference is and songs from 86-88 is showing the progression of Daddy Freddy as an artist,who considered himself doing Hip Hop. KRS has acknowledged he was copying these artists when he bit their style. At the time he was seen as a bit of an amateur at it.

Toasting had been done a long time in Jamaica for years, which then went onto influence/create rapping, and as we all know influence Kool Herc and DJ Hollywood, my point being it was around before "Hip Hop" was officially created, Kool Herc just made it part of his music (which as we know he himself did not name Hip Hop). Predates Criminal Minded by a fair bit.

KRS was one of the first to match it with Hip Hop beats on wax, it had been done before that by lots of artists,mostly live and yes admittedly Reggae artists, be it Ska, Rocksteady beats and not to strictly Hip Hop beats, but the Merry Go Round wasn't just Hip Hop beats,it mainly wasn't Hip Hop beats, it just progressed/evolved to that. I wouldn't put KRS as a toasting pioneer, he just borrowed their style, and was not among the first to do it at all. Sorry no youtube exists of this shit they had been doing since the 50's

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^im familiar with the background but what you said here is what i was refering to from the beginning:
"KRS was one of the first to match it with Hip Hop beats on wax".

my original comment:
KRS was one of the first to bring the dancehall into rap.



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^seeing as you seem incapable of understanding

no he wasn't

there were loads of MC's doing it before, just because they weren't US doesn't mean they weren't doing it



^87' track on wax but out way before....they toured the US in 86'

they were present on The Bridge Is Over video shoot and KRS knew of their music before he recorded Criminal Minded they played a lot in NYC....

hmmm I wonder where he got the idea from?

Daddy Freddy, Asher D and a host of other MC's took offence to the suggestion KRS was the pioneer of it back in the day, it was no dis to him but they had been doing it years

I guess you didn't know "lol"

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here is an interview with MC Mello explaining about the shit that was going on in early to mid 80's in the UK Hip Hop scene and how much influenced it was by the Ska Reggae soundsystem, KRS was by far not one of the first "lol"

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^your the one assuming what i mean and overly eager to school me but it backfired in your face. LOL. fuck your condescending ass statements man.your all off topic talking about the U.K. and older history.

to be extra clear to help you understand what i meant: i meant one of the first to bring it into the U.S. scene on wax, on predominantly rap beats. and he was. i clarified that in my second comment but even after that you kept assuming i was wrong, going all off topic.

you assumed what i meant by my first vague statement:KRS was one of the first to bring the dancehall into rap.

if you wanna prove me wrong so bad you need to show KRS wasnt one of the first american emcees to record (on wax) and release songs with the dancehall rhyme style over dancehall influenced rap beats and just straight up rap beats.

thank you. good night.

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posted Saturday, October 21, 2017 3:22:08 PM    Click Here to See the Profile for Seme__one
i meant one of the first to bring it into the U.S. scene on wax

^nah "lol" thats NOT what you said

this is what you said

"KRS was one of the first to bring the dancehall into rap"

yoar welcome any further questions let me know



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No mask owning this red neck fgt, keep up the good work

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you know you lost when observe co signs you "lol"

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^yeah i did say first to bring dancehall into rap but it was a vague statement as i didnt realize it would be picked apart and i took no thought or time writing it. question is what did i really mean!? even still saying "first to bring dancehall into rap" means into the american hip hop scene and on wax for many to hear- not that UK dancehall stuff. and i take ownership for the unspecific comment but you assumed and went off topic being condescending etc-desperate to school me. LOL

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Haven't heard Daddy Freddy's name in a while. I remember seeing Daddy Freddy, Shelly Thunder, Special Beat and Steel Pulse in California in 1990 I think it was. Dope show.

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