Hip-Hop Re-Presented

Hip-Hop Presented Through A Elevated Vibe and Mentality

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    • Hip-Hop Re-Presented Hip-Hop Re-Presented Hip-Hop Re-Presented explores and presents Hip-Hop the way it could have and maybe should have played out.  Hip-hop expresses life from many different perspectives, all for the love and enjoyment of the people.  With over fifty years of the evolution of the rap genre, we can present the culture to ourselves through the consciousness we have right now.  [See the full post at: Hip-Hop Re-Presented]

      Started by: Bodybyloud! Vint in: Music Elevation

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    • 5 months ago

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    • Extra Prolific flows his way into radio rotation. 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 slick with lyrics that make you appreciate the golden era of hip-hop.  The fact I could miss a nice rapper back when there were so many with unique styles is not that big of a deal.  However, I am surprised I missed this particular one.  I dig the flow that much. I’m adding five tracks from this album to Hip-Hop Re-Presented. They released another album Like It’s Supposed to Be, back in 2020.  I’d like to see who has similar taste in music as myself. What tracks from this album would you consider adding to radio station rotation?[See the full post at: Extra Prolific flows his way into radio rotation.]

      Started by: Bodybyloud! Vint in: Music Elevation

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    • 6 months ago

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    • Bush Babees on Hip-Hop Re-Presented 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 pleased to find some nice tracks with Mos Def and Q-Tip on Bush Babees' "Gravity" album.  You know I had to add them to the station rotation. Below are the tracks added to the station rotation.  I’d like your opinions on tracks by Bush Babees I might have overlooked.  I gave this album and their first album, Ambushed under the name Da Bush Babees a good listen.  They grew in terms of flow and production on the second album.  I didn’t find anything the scratched the hip-hop itch on the debut release. Any update on the emcees in this group would be appreciated in the comments. [See the full post at: Bush Babees on Hip-Hop Re-Presented]

      Started by: Bodybyloud! Vint in: Music Elevation

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    • 6 months ago

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    • Hip-Hop Re-Presented 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.    [See the full post at: Hip-Hop Re-Presented]

      Started by: Bodybyloud! Vint in: GetRight Discussions

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    • 9 months ago

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    • We Love “Our People” by Seba Kaapstad /*! elementor - v3.8.1 - 13-11-2022 */ .elementor-widget-image{text-align:center}.elementor-widget-image a{display:inline-block}.elementor-widget-image a img[src$=".svg"]{width:48px}.elementor-widget-image img{vertical-align:middle;display:inline-block} "Our People” feat. (Quelle Chris) by Sea Kaapstad "Our People" feat. (Quelle Chris) by Seba Kaapstad is one of several tracks on our 2022 #GetRightMusic playlist that was released a couple of years ago.    We always say it doesn't matter when you discover a track you love as long as you find it.  We Love this track because it has elements of several different styles of music including Neo-soul, hip-hop, and R&B.  The vibe is positive and uplifting while expressing love for the people.  On top of all that, it is carried by a heavy bassline groove. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QIoobr5uVo[/embedyt] If you’re feeling this track we would like for you to rank it on our chart. Here's what Genius has to say about Seba Kaapstad Seba Kaapstad ― Seba Kaapstad[See the full post at: We Love “Our People” by Seba Kaapstad]

      Started by: Bodybyloud! Vint in: GetRight Discussions

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