At 2/25/13 01:12 AM, Zachary wrote:
This is about as throwback as it gets.
It's the first hip-hop song ever made.
I don't personally consider a spoken W.H. Auden poem Hip-Hop. It's almost there, though.
The recommendations have all been good so far. Here's what I've obtained (so far) as a result of this thread.
Triple P - The Return Of Pimp Bacari (a free mixtape, available @ datpiff)
Trinidad Jame$ - Don't Be S.A.F.E. (also free, @datpiff, but I bought from iTunes)
House of Pain - s/t
Dizraeli - Engurland (City Shanties) (bandcamp)
Leaf Dog - From A Scarecrow's Perspective (amazon mp3)
Adam and Cuth - The Letters EP (name your own price via the bandcamp link Otto provided)
Oliver Hart - The Many Faces of Oliver Hart
Kristoff Krane - Picking Flowers Next To Roadkill
5 Foreign Beggars albums
Asheru & Blue Black - 48 Hours
3 Crucial Times albums
Ini Kamoze - Here Comes The Hotstepper
2 Lowkey albums
Akala - Knowledge Is Power Volume 1
Devlin - Bud, Sweat & Beers
Skinnyman - Free Skinnyman Mixtape
2 DJ Format albums
I enjoy supporting hip-hop. If the artist has a bandcamp or something, link it with your recommendation.