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Promoted 04-07-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:51 PM View Original Post
Play.Google.com has CDM: Dope (MP3 Digital Album Download) for Free. Thanks longmanj9

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This recently released album features 13 tracks.

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Edited April 6, 2016 at 10:28 PM by BeAuMaN
Google PlayLooks like this Hip Hop/Rap album was just recently released. Haven't heard of CDM, but this album is currently $5.99 at Amazon [amazon.com].
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That's a damn good thing because 90-95% of the new "hip-hop" artists are straight garbage! They don't make them like Nas, 2pac, Biggie, Busta, etc. anymore =(
I must be far removed from the game cuz I don't have a clue who half these artists are anymore lol

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Added to my collection. Thanks.
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I must be far removed from the game cuz I don't have a clue who half these artists are anymore lol
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I must be far removed from the game cuz I don't have a clue who half these artists are anymore lol
That's a damn good thing because 90-95% of the new "hip-hop" artists are straight garbage! They don't make them like Nas, 2pac, Biggie, Busta, etc. anymore =(
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That's a damn good thing because 90-95% of the new "hip-hop" artists are straight garbage! They don't make them like Nas, 2pac, Biggie, Busta, etc. anymore =(
Ahhh yes, those are the players in my rotation incl Leaders of the New School, Tribe Called Quest, Warren G & Nate Dogg(rip) - Regulators.
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Get it, thanks.
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That's a damn good thing because 90-95% of the new "hip-hop" artists are straight garbage! They don't make them like Nas, 2pac, Biggie, Busta, etc. anymore =(
Newsflash: when Nas, Biggie, Busta Rhymes, etc were making music, 95% of everything else that was out there was straight garbage. In the game of commercial hip-hop there will always be time-wasting, lowest common denominator trash - doesn't matter the era or the year.
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Newsflash: when Nas, Biggie, Busta Rhymes, etc were making music, 95% of everything else that was out there was straight garbage. In the game of commercial hip-hop there will always be time-wasting, lowest common denominator trash - doesn't matter the era or the year.
False! Completely false! Although the 80's defined hip-hop's outcoming, the 90's produced artists that are still talked about today and brought the genre to the gold standard. Can you honestly tell me that in 20 years people will be talking more about Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Iggy Azalea, then 2pac, Biggie, Nas, Eazy-E, Snoop, etc.? I highly doubt that!

In fact there are more 90's artists that stand out today then what is out now. You keep enjoying today's hip-hop with the same beat and auto tune though =)
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False! Completely false! Although the 80's defined hip-hop's outcoming, the 90's produced artists that are still talked about today and brought the genre to the gold standard. Can you honestly tell me that in 20 years people will be talking more about Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Iggy Azalea, then 2pac, Biggie, Nas, Eazy-E, Snoop, etc.? I highly doubt that!

In fact there are more 90's artists that stand out today then what is out now. You keep enjoying today's hip-hop with the same beat and auto tune though =)
You've completely misread what I wrote, and you're making presumptions about what I do and don't like. I'm not saying that the 90's didn't produce good hip-hop artists (they absolutely did.) What I said was that in every era there are important hip-hop artists who move the genre forward and at the same time there are artists cooked up simply to make radio-friendly hip-hop to sell to the masses. For every decent artists who put out a CD there were 50 more who put out garbage. That's just the way the record biz worked (and still works).

I know little about hip-hop today, other then the less commercial artists that started in the 80's and 90's and continues today.

However, do I think people will be talking about Drake and Kendrick Lamar 20 years down the road? I know little about either one of those guys, but if they continue to make music other people will probably continue to talk about them. If I don't like what a particular artists does that doesn't mean they're not influential.
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Never heard of CDM. Listened to the title track. The price of free is a ripoff for this junk.
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Never heard of CDM. Listened to the title track. The price of free is a ripoff for this junk.
you sound like my grandparents who didn't like Elvis or rock&roll for exactly the same reason
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False! Completely false! Although the 80's defined hip-hop's outcoming, the 90's produced artists that are still talked about today and brought the genre to the gold standard. Can you honestly tell me that in 20 years people will be talking more about Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Iggy Azalea, then 2pac, Biggie, Nas, Eazy-E, Snoop, etc.? I highly doubt that!

In fact there are more 90's artists that stand out today then what is out now. You keep enjoying today's hip-hop with the same beat and auto tune though =)
Kendrick and drake maybe, they'll probably be into management and production bringing us new artist. just an opinion
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