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    Hi all

    Can anyone reccomend me some bass heavy hip hop

    After some fun stuff, non of this rappin about guns and killing cops etc .. somethin maybe new but with an old style sound.

    What you got ?

    Cheers
    Gav

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    The best bass heavy hip hop will always be Miami bass. Two Live Crew, Poison Clan, Maggatron, and others. Some groups used to put warnings that major speaker damage may occur, on their records. Most Two Live crew records still get great reactions on the dance floor

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    many thanks .. i will check them out

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    Don't know about bass heavy - but for absolute classic, old style block party hip-hop check out Ugly Duckling. 2 MCs, 1 DJ and a whole lot of funky ass samples.

    (P.S - they're 3 white dudes...)

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    ahhh meat shake

    open to not none bass heavy .. not to sure why i put that. Its more about some hip hop that aint about drugs money and killin cops blah blah blah

    cheers
    Gav

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    Cool Kids
    Kidz in the Hall


    these guys are dope. hot new shit with a throwback to the oldschool styles... tight beats and lyrics about fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMoleyMole View Post
    Hi all

    Can anyone reccomend me some bass heavy hip hop

    After some fun stuff, non of this rappin about guns and killing cops etc .. somethin maybe new but with an old style sound.

    What you got ?

    Cheers
    Gav
    It ain't exactly bass heavy but Q-Tip's (Of A Tribe Called Quest) new record The Renaissance is full of that old school smooth sound. Try some Jurassic 5 aswell for an older less bling sound!

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    Two Live Crew (Move Sum'tin'), King Tee(Bass).

    Now THAT brings back memories!

    Ah, and lest not forget EPMD and Redman (Muddy Waters).

    Muddy Waters is still amongst my top 3 of all time faves!
    (And that Intro.... fuck, you'll crack even the mightiest of mighty basstraps/subwoofers!)


    Props for A Tribe Called Quest, that just puts me in a relax groove.
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    I think the above selections are spot on. Here are a few others that may help...MC Breed.."Ain't No Future In Yo Frontin"(old school), Common(take your pick), Swollen Members(ditto), Gangstarr, Beatnuts. man...I could go on for days. Old School? Underground? or just club bangers?(minus the killin') Bass heavy is most of hip hop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMoleyMole View Post
    ahhh meat shake

    open to not none bass heavy .. not to sure why i put that. Its more about some hip hop that aint about drugs money and killin cops blah blah blah

    cheers
    Gav
    What about strippers and weed?

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