walienda wapi.

mikel

Village Elder
#5
well, I can only talk about 3 six mafia...one of the core members, Lord infamous, passed on some years back from a heart attack....he was a brother to another member, Dj paul. koopsta knicca is also deceased...I think also from a heart attack. project pat and juicy j are still very active.I had twoalbums( tapes) by 3 six mafia, mystic style and when the smoke clears...bought in early 2000s...also bought mobb deep's hell on earth and murda muzic. The graphics on those albums convinced my old folks that I was in need of some intervention .
On juvenile, back that azz up was an anthem back then and will always remain my favourite. i liked him more under hot boyz than big tymers....I think he still produces and of course he's an actor.
hizo zingine umechafua list....Mimi my affair with hip hop ended in 2002 after sampling Jay z's blueprint, Nas's stillmatic and ofcourse Eminem's the show..thats as mainstream as I could ever venture..any other hip hop music after that I don't really pay much attention.....the end of my teenagehood and highschool years.
 

Nyamgondho

Village Elder
#6
well, I can only talk about 3 six mafia...one of the core members, Lord infamous, passed on some years back from a heart attack....he was a brother to another member, Dj paul. koopsta knicca is also deceased...I think also from a heart attack. project pat and juicy j are still very active.I had twoalbums( tapes) by 3 six mafia, mystic style and when the smoke clears...bought in early 2000s...also bought mobb deep's hell on earth and murda muzic. The graphics on those albums convinced my old folks that I was in need of some intervention .
On juvenile, back that azz up was an anthem back then and will always remain my favourite. i liked him more under hot boyz than big tymers....I think he still produces and of course he's an actor.
hizo zingine umechafua list....Mimi my affair with hip hop ended in 2002 after sampling Jay z's blueprint, Nas's stillmatic and ofcourse Eminem's the show..thats as mainstream as I could ever venture..any other hip hop music after that I don't really pay much attention.....the end of my teenagehood and highschool years.
How can you purport to talk of 3-6 mafia without mentioning Crunchy Black???

Wewe ni bonoko.
 

mikel

Village Elder
#13
How can you purport to talk of 3-6 mafia without mentioning Crunchy Black???

Wewe ni bonoko.
haiya is he also dead? I was only concerned about the two dead members...
last I heard about him he had been shot.
But its true am bonoko...my dalliance with hip hop was very brief, late mid 90s to early 2000s. I even stopped buying the SOURCE magazine around 2002. The only news I get on hip hop is from BET page which I have subscribed to. So yes, am as fake as they come...siku hizi naskiza webuye jua kali, rhumba, maskandi and some oldskul bongo...zero fidelity to any specific genre...hata old skul rock niko ndani....right now am blasting Thomas mapfumo as I head to kitengela
 

patco

Village Sponsor
#14
Hiyo muziki ya south sounds good kwa club but is fleeting coz the lyrics are horrible. Can't compare na akina rakim or nas.

Wah hao umetaja si ni wa 80s and 90s. And that list would just be toooooo long.

Rakim must by 60 or something. There was a time in the 80s when he had actual hair! And his box fade was known as The Rakim.

Hawa nimetaja ni a few of the last recent acts that everyone knew before the latest generation came in.





 

Swansea

Village Elder
#18
well, I can only talk about 3 six mafia...one of the core members, Lord infamous, passed on some years back from a heart attack....he was a brother to another member, Dj paul. koopsta knicca is also deceased...I think also from a heart attack. project pat and juicy j are still very active.I had twoalbums( tapes) by 3 six mafia, mystic style and when the smoke clears...bought in early 2000s...also bought mobb deep's hell on earth and murda muzic. The graphics on those albums convinced my old folks that I was in need of some intervention .
On juvenile, back that azz up was an anthem back then and will always remain my favourite. i liked him more under hot boyz than big tymers....I think he still produces and of course he's an actor.
hizo zingine umechafua list....Mimi my affair with hip hop ended in 2002 after sampling Jay z's blueprint, Nas's stillmatic and ofcourse Eminem's the show..thats as mainstream as I could ever venture..any other hip hop music after that I don't really pay much attention.....the end of my teenagehood and highschool years.
Jay Z's Blueprint is one of the greatest rap albums of all time. Hapana mchezo.
 

patco

Village Sponsor
#19
I cruised with my friend with this as I was driving to the alter to forfeit my rights as a free man


Hio ni ya special secret reserve. :D:D

But when it first came out a lot of folks got shot to that track. Na hii hapa :



Those classics will never get old. Ikiwa na hii hapa chini. Some of the most motivational rap tracks ever laid down.

 

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