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Old 01-07-2014, 09:49 PM   #1
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Any hip-hop fanatics out there?

Real enthusiasts of the genre. Post what hip-hop concerts you've been to/going to. Or any new cool items or albums being released. New artists, etc.

My concert list so far for rap.

edit: some of which were free shows or openers, plan on adding many to the list soon when I can travel more. Living in the South is hard for a hip-hop guy.

Kid Cudi
Big Sean
Logic
Yelawolf
Rittz
Kanye West
Kendrick Lamar
Tyga
3 6 Mafia/ Juicy J
Bubba Sparxxx (lol free concert at a frat party)
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Old 01-07-2014, 09:52 PM   #2
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For any K.Dot, SchoolBoy Q, or Ab-Soul fans. Hand-signed CD's for cheap.

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Old 01-07-2014, 10:05 PM   #3
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Last hiphop concert I went to was Common and talib Kweli at the Wiltern 8 years ago. Madlib opened, then kanye came towards the end and performed for an hour. Dope.
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Most concerts ruin artists. Producer rappers with no showmanship.
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Old 01-07-2014, 10:10 PM   #5
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Huge hip hop fan.
Most concerts ruin artists. Producer rappers with no showmanship.
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Best show ever...
Kanye and Cudi are incredible performers. So far every concert I've been to has been smooth. I try to pick concerts I know will be insane. I have HD video of both if there's interest.

edit: don't really want to use my personal YT account so here's one already on YT of Kanye

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I used to love Kanye buts become such a douche that most of his music does nothing for me. I just imagine him leaving the studio and being mean to everyone lol.


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Deltron 3030 released a new album recently, really good stuff. Smaller guys I'm keeping an eye on are Hopsin and Chance the Rapper, also a fan of Action Bronson.

I've seen Big Boi twice and Nappy Roots once for $10. I went to see Earl Sweatshirt during a festival but he played a DJ set so I left. While I appreciate rap/hip-hop there just aren't many artists I would really want to see.
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He's a douche, but an insanely talented one. This new album is meh but his producing abilities are insane. His artistic ability at a show is crazy, too. I went for Kendrick because he opened mainly, but Kanye was fun.

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Deltron 3030 released a new album recently, really good stuff. Smaller guys I'm keeping an eye on are Hopsin and Chance the Rapper.

I've seen Big Boi twice and Nappy Roots once for $10. I went to see Earl Sweatshirt during a festival but he played a DJ set so I left. While I appreciate rap/hip-hop there just aren't many artists I would really want to see.
Hopsin is awesome. Wish I didn't live in the South because I'd have to travel a long way to see him because he's so new.

Seeing Yelawolf again this month. He's a southern Eminem. Signed with him, too.
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Haha oh yeah I saw R Kelly at Bonnarroo last year and HOLY SH!T what a performance. He put on one of the best shows I have ever seen, and that's saying a lot.
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Songs y'all need to check out.


He comes from a similar upbringing as Em, but southern. Check him out on Cypher 2.0, too.



SchoolBoy q is legit, too.

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i saw yelawolf perform in 2010 in tuscaloosa, which was shortly before he signed with shady records. i went to bama for a football game and he happened to be performing at the bar i went to.

the funny thing is, i only knew of him at the time (i.e., i recognized his name because he was a featured artist on some underground songs/mixtapes that i downloaded), so i racistly thought that he was one of the black dudes on stage. caught the end of his show and didn't think anything of it until he signed his major deal in 2011
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i saw yelawolf perform in 2010 in tuscaloosa, which was shortly before he signed with shady records. i went to bama for a football game and he happened to be performing at the bar i went to.

the funny thing is, i only knew of him at the time (i.e., i recognized his name because he was a featured artist on some underground songs/mixtapes that i downloaded), so i racistly thought that he was one of the black dudes on stage. caught the end of his show and didn't think anything of it until he signed his major deal in 2011
I saw Yela a week after he signed with Shady in Chattanooga with a VIP pass because my best friend's brother was running the event. Show preceding him screwed the audio up and it went blank for an hour . He came out to it working with a big ass bottle of JD and did a great show. Can't wait to see it again with a better audio guy.
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Yela killed this. Joe Budden is legit, too.

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Yela killed this. Joe Budden is legit, too.

love this ****. Royce kills it IMO. Keep posting, I need tunes @ work.
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Royce is crazy. He's ghostwritten for Dre and others. Just not done many albums.


Feeling Schoolboy Q lately. Like his style. Bringing back the bucket hat too




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I like this thread. I've been telling my friends there is good stuff out and they think I'm crazy.

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Huge hip hop fan.
Most concerts ruin artists. Producer rappers with no showmanship.
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i tend to agree.
talib kweli isnt really good live, though he's one of my favorite rappers.
Common, on the other hand is a showman. he's a good live.

i hate it when rappers tend to shout in concerts making their voice sound different compared to a recording. common sounds the same.
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I like this thread. I've been telling my friends there is good stuff out and they think I'm crazy.
There's plenty quality hip-hop out there. Just have to find it.



Schoolboy Q's first official big label album releases Feb. 25. "Oxymoron," features 50 Cent, Snoop, K.Dot, Raekwan, Jay Rock, and ASAP Rocky. Get on his stuff before he blows up.
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