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Is There Anyone Here Thats Not A Rapper

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    Tiltedbeats : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    i'll lay a track down for planet any day of the week HAHA


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    xXSecretScienceXx : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    junglist movement

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    roel13 : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    im no rapper neither tho i love all kinds of music!even rap! making hardcore is my thing

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    WeazelBeats : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    No rapping for me !

    I all electronic stuff! (electro-house!!!!)

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    WaPer : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Electro, Trance, Techno, Dance.... Thats my way, but rap or hip hop? Im to far away from this genres....

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    Music4Life : Mon 13th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    I'm not a rapper. I wish I could rap.

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    Unknown User : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    I'm not a Rapper as well... I guess xD!

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    Cybertooth : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    you know what i would love to see, less "need hip hop for this mixtape" or at least more of other genres. if i need to hear some hip hop or pop i can just turn on the radio, but i dont, so thats why im here.

    but as for what i produce.... dubstep, glitch, idm, ambient, industrial, dnb, techno, trance, house, etc. ive even done some classical and jazz productions (that SUCKED, but still) pretty much everything but Pop and Hip Hop/rap... maybe ill get around to those someday and the youll have to call me genre master

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    BrokenScythe : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Brother, it is true that there is plenty of Hip-POP is on the radio, but not true Hip Hop at all IMO. Aldo Underground always has had a different flavor.
    Radio is never a good representation of any genre actually...its just what the industry want you to buy because its easily marketable...
    If all the genres got a lot of radio play...even then it'd be a very narrow range of that type of music. Just simple pieces of it.
    In short, everyone on here who puts soul in it deserves to be listened to, Hip Hop or otherwise.
    However I completely understand, a lot of people are turned off by what the radio SAYS Hip Hop is, when its really not so simple as "hey lets rap about girls,cars and money, get a pop type beat, and call it the best Hip Hop can be!"
    Best examples in my mind that prove that whats on the radio is crap compared to the underground as of lately are:
    Atmosphere, Grieves, Nujabes(RIP), Immortal Technique, Jedi Mind Tricks, Aesop Rock and many other artists that are out there making highly skilled, soulful music. (Although Jedi Mind makes more angry hardcore)

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    Cybertooth : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago


    maybe dude, but i still probably wouldnt like it quite as much persay IDM. theres tons of hip hop out there, im sure id like some of it, but theres so friggin much to sift through, i minus well stick with the underground genres i know i like. plus there are a few genres that it seems impossible to popularize....

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    BrokenScythe : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    O no dude im not saying "GO LISTEN! RAGH!" Lol
    I was just putting it out there brother. I feel you though, theres a lot of iffyness around Hip Hop.
    Theres those that are in for money, and those for music.
    I completely understand, because many of genres you named dont have a commercialized market really, so its all love for sound. You can just listen to the awesome variety, no sifting needed.

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    gany61 : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    i love every sound of the universe when it comes to rap/hip hop world it obviously dominates easelly i rap in 4 different languages is anything wrong with that? No. Express yourself in whatever you do and try your hardest to do the best evertime you do it. But that question kinda offends me so for that diddy said '' cant stop, wont stop.''

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    Marius9 : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    I am not a rapper, and though I lay down the occasional beat, I don't consider myself a hip hop producer either.

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    blackryan : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Have never rapped and never will.

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    BlumeChoon : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Man I wish I could spit some bars. But nah just a beat maker. I do like underground hip hop though. Jedi MInd TRicks, Cunninlynguists, (Aesop (Blockhead), Atmosphere, Dead prez, Sage Francis, Army of the pharoahs, Hieroglyphics, Dj Shadow, and so many others...I like to produce hip hop as well. But my main love is Jungle/DNB...

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    gany61 : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    you know thats a dumb question with an obvious answer if really think about it you should've not posted it its offensive, straight up you wasnt looking for the answer when you did it was something else that you're after, i love every genre but i dont compare no music world with the hip hop/rap universe like i always say ''there is some ways you shouldnt walk on''

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    hardwareexorcist : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    i write industrial music and work with several subgenres under that heading: coldwave, ebm, electro-rock, etc. i do dabble quite a bit in trip hop, but they have a definite rivet edge to them.

    i'm really impressed with the way this thread was handled. this could've easily spun out of control quickly into a flame war, but it didn't, which says alot about the people on this site and the loose solidarity amongst electronic musicians. which, to me, is just amazing and inspiring.

    futhermore, i'm really impressed with the rappers/hip hop producers/artists that contributed to this thread clarifying what they felt are some misconceptions concerning their chosen style without devolving into angry rants.

    since i've been frequenting this site, i haven't had a problem with getting overwhelming with genres not to my taste. i just stick with the forums and threads that are within my circle of interest.

    hell, you guys are all right.

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    BrokenScythe : Tue 14th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Yeah Hardware, this place is awesome. There hardly big disputes, because most of the time we respect each others beliefs.
    I have to say that coming here is by far the best thing to happen to me as a producer thus far. It's just a great community.
    I think this can be concluded with, yes, there are a lot of people here who aren't rappers.
    And there's a lot of good rappers here as well. haha L=

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    Cybertooth : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    man, thats probably part of the reason i like the genres, they dont get popularized (often). but for the longest time i only listened to music without words, thats probably another reason i am not doing hip hop. even within those low down genres its hard to find artists period, even though your more likely to like them. but yeah, it does seem to get pretty monotonous when it comes to people who are doing music for money, i mean of all the things you could expect to get paid well from, you choose music? thats something that you should want to do paycheck or no!

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    CONEYISLANDRECORDS : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    PlanetJazzBass "keepin it real since the 50's"

    Lol havent gotten to use that one in awhile.

    I dont care what everyone else says, are a cool guy Dave!

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    CONEYISLANDRECORDS : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Dave on a 16? That would be dope fo sho!

    Im trying to think of how it would sound/go. lol

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    BigJoWezy : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago you know i rap i also do metal and rock too so hit me up and dont get madd at planet hes particular

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    Gaffattack : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    yeah im a producer , hip hop producer , whanna hear something different ? check me out my hip hop is not industrial

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    hardwareexorcist : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    "my hip hop is not industrial" - Gaffattack

    what exactly does that mean? i'm a bit confused. hip hop's only relation to industrial is a similar use of technology. or are you implying something else entirely?

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    BrokenScythe : Wed 15th Sep 2010 : 10 years ago

    Short Hip Hop history lesson
    There are as of today, 4 Major eras of Hip Hop
    1.Old School(Incubation period, a lot of originality here)
    2.Golden Age(Hip Hop develops certain characteristics, styles are created, just an awesome evolutionary time)
    3.Modern(The beginning of commercialization and exploitation of the Hip Hop culture. Only one form really gets the spotlight, gangster rap. Thus leading to the idea that Hip Hop is all bad and stupid by many critiques)
    4.Industrial(AKA Hip-POP)((AKA "Hip Hop is dead" becomes a common statement. Fully commercialized with the spectrum of hip hop is popularized equaling only dance music, cookie cutter beats n raps or a horrible combo of the two is shown, with little exception.)

    I think what Gaff is trying to say is his music doesnt follow today's common standards of what Hip Hop is. He doesn't make "hits" he makes true Underground Hip Hop music. Which I agree with. Gaff is a great example of sample based beats, which were the first type in existence. He also throws in his stylings to make it his own.

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