(*now includes additional ones that people mentioned below, plus some others I thought of*)
Nelly Ludacris Mystical Jay-Z Nas Ja Rule Bone Thugs & Harmony Missy Elliot, Timbaland, Ms. Jade p diddy Busta Rhymes Eve NORE Big Tymers (more like... the Old Timers!!! omgrotflmfao!!! HA) Eminem The Clipse Trick Daddy Cam'ron (and his Diplomats: Frekey Zekey, Juelz Santana...) Naughty by Nature Fabolous Jermaine Dupri Beenie Man Angie Martinez DMX OutKast Fat Joe
alright, that's all I can think of
--soce, the elemental wizard
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(edited by socetew on 7.10.02 2055) How serious is serious?
Originally posted by socetewHey. Have the beastie boys made anything new since Hello Nasty? Beside the 1 or 2 new tracks on their "Best Of" album they released a year or two later?
best, soce, the elemental wizard
Not yet, but they are working on a new album, IIRC.
And would Mystikal count? I know his latest thing was the contribution to "Move Bitch" by Ludacris... I also wouldn't call 3LW rappers... aren't they more "crap R&B", right next to Ashanti (who would be NOTHING without Ja Rule)?
Originally posted by KidbrooklynForgot several more acts:
Outkast Deltron 3030 Big Pun Blackalicious DMX Fat Joe Wu Tang
Deltron 3030 and Blackalicious are great acts, but they do not get played on pop radio... except the rare stations that do an hour of "underground". Also, I rarely hear Wu Tang on the radio, except sometimes in '99 GZA had "Breaker, Breaker", and ODB's "Got Yo Money" and a few Ghostface songs, but rarely the entire group together--
Plus I didn't list some people like Frekey Zekey because they are part of Cam'rons Diplomats, so they fall under the listing of Cam'ron.
I dunno, but I swear JAMN 94.5 only plays about 6 songs.. it really seems that way
BobHollySTILLRules is a damn long name:I've never, ever heard Wu Tang played on pop radio and I'd be highly shocked if they ever are.
Never heard Gravel Pits played on pop radio? It was huge on the hip-hop side of pop radio up here for a while... also C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rules Everything Around Me) was really big on pop radio back in the day. I dunno, maybe it all depends on where you're listening from.
Del got airplay from his 3030 album because of his guest spot in the Gorillaz Clint Eastwood. I've heard Blackalicious once or twice on the local pop station with First In Flight...
Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery. -Malcom X
U2 just utterly kicked ass on SNL last night. They played Vertigo, Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own (which was the first time I've heard it, and it sounded amazing), and then in a nice touch, they played I Will Follow over the closing credits.