Hip-Hop Re-Presented

Hip-Hop Presented Through A Elevated Vibe and Mentality

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Blackout! by Method Man, Redman Recently I went through the tracks on Blackout! the 1999 album by Method Man and Redman.  The album is just like you would imagine it would be.  It is full of headbangers, sick flows, and rambunctious personalities from two of the best emcees to pick up the mic.  Rarely do […]

Extra Prolific’s flow is Like It Should be With a listen to Extra Prolific’s 1994 album Like It Should Be, I discovered a duo, rapper and DJ/producer, and flow I had somehow missed.  The emcee Duane “Snupe” Lee has a flow that reminds me of Domino and Slick Rick.  It’s a flow that’s smooth and […]

In my quest to reexplore hip-hop, I came across the group Bush Babees in my music catalogs.  I remember the group’s name but couldn’t recall what tracks I remember them from.  Hip-Hop Re-Presented gives me the opportunity to check out music and artists I didn’t give a chance or somehow escaped my notice.  I was […]

Hip-Hop Re-Presented the Way It Could Be. In an alternate universe, this is the way the hip-hop story goes. Hip-Hop re-presented in a way that truly represents who we are and aspire to be.  A hip-hop consciousness that expresses life from many different perspectives, all for the love of the culture.    

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