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but like Unit said, the golden age of hip hop was very late 80's and early to mid 90's...you had your Rakim, Daddy Kane, NWA, 2Pac, Nas, Wu Tang, G funk Westcoast Era etc.... all in their PEAK!
I cant remember many if any weak rap artists that had videos out or got mainstream attention for whack songs...
the whole industry was Lebron James and Kobe fckin Bryants, you couldn't get a deal if you were whack let alone a full blown video featured on all the major radios and music channels...
But nowadays it's rampant across all media, take Soulja Boy for example, he sold millions cuz of that Superman song, his last CD the other month nigga barely sold 100k copies
Reunited Wu Tang double cd back in 98, that was the last CD I ever bought, since then the only artist I've followed truly in the same manner as all my faves from the 90's has been Lupe Fiasco, I love the message he's trying to send out.... I went to go see RaeKwon from Wu Tang at the Croatian cultural few years back, also went and saw Snoop Dogg at the Pne arena for old Doggystyle times sake, lol
coincedentally the best era for Hip Hop was the same time as the NBA as well, compare the 90's visually to what we got today and it don't compare, I'll take my 2Pac over T.I , my Wu Tang over any rap group since then and forever, I'll take my Shaq and Penny over CarMelo and Stoudemire, prime Michael Jordan over LeBron....
THIS right here, best words to describe back then vs now, would be then shit was RAW, and now it's pre packaged...
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No doubt that old school rap from the 90's is way better than any of this shit out now a days. I'm still a big hip hop head. Hip hop music is evolving to the point where it's getting real mainstream now. Hip hop artist are getting with dance dj's like david guetta and benny benassi