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Or you can listen to the full stream on npr's website right now

Wasn't home back then, internet data is expensive when you stream outdoors. Spotify is included, so that's no biggie though. Checking out if it works for me now.

Nvm, it's already on Spotify :lol:

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Got a question similar to Kush's one pages back.

 

If you had the chance to be in the studio with any rap artist or rap producer laying down some tracks or beats dead or alive,who would it be?

 

I'll say

Dre

Kanye

Pac

Kendrick

Swizz Beats, Just Blaze or prime and non coked out Scott Storch. Might change or update this the more I think about it.

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El-P, Madlib and Burial for beats 100% (latter isn't really hip hop, but works fine.)

Edited by Lyriqz ✪

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Got a question similar to Kush's one pages back.

 

If you had the chance to be in the studio with any rap artist or rap producer laying down some tracks or beats dead or alive,who would it be?

 

I'll say

Dre

Kanye

Pac

Kendrick

Swizz Beats, Just Blaze or prime and non coked out Scott Storch. Might change or update this the more I think about it.

J Dilla

Madlib

DJ Premier

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Mac is that *censored*ing guy, man.

 

But yeah, as to Ziggy's question, which I appreciate him asking: Kendrick, J. Dilla, Madlib, circa-2004 / MBDTF Kanye annnnnd.......bleh, last one is always a lil' tough.

 

90's-era Wu Tang? Back when Ironman and Only Built 4 Cuban Linx were being made and put out. RZA had that Midas touch all the way into the early 00's.

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Yeah, being in the studio with the WU members throughout the 90s would have been a crazy experience. Would have loved to see them recording 36 Chamberz together. Makes me want a Wu biopic to come next even more.

 

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Did anyone listen to the Horseshoe Gang/Funk Volume exchange? Funk Volume got bodied damn.

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Mine would be

Madlib

Dre

Kdot

Nas, back when he was recording Illmatic that would be amazing

Edited by Kush™

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I can't even find anywhere to listen to it lol.

 

Edit: Listening now


Pretty solid. Pretty much what I expected, nothing less nothing more.

Edited by Grenade.

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