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Webstarr

Well-known member
The Big H cult following/fanboyism was always puzzling to me.

And yeah, the grime/trap thing has been going a long time. I remember Rick Ross instrumentals being played on Logan's show in 2006.
 

CrowleyHead

Well-known member
Well, I can't say anything bad about Terminator. He's so good, I even tolerate post-biting Skepta & Shizzle Scorcher around him, so he must be incredible.
 

Corpsey

bandz ahoy
he is a godly weirdo

I think when Ghetto and Scorcher and Devlin etc came into grime it seems like they made it more about spitting fast technical bars whereas before it was more individual style/catchphrases etc. I am probably talking shit cos I don't really know about grime but I'm guessing that's why a lot of people don't like them?
 
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Benny B

Well-known member
prefer these kind of rap tunes to the trap ones anyway

Talking about hip hop in grime, I always liked Jammer's battlefield riddim alot. Kano's probably best but all of these are good.

D Double
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT4pCpxcUUM&feature=related

Armour & Tinchy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9BGuFYniDI

Wiley
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcmTIknlhT0

Kano
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zGUk9jA0_s

Hyper
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Kv5AdC2DMU

Sharky Major
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IO3tbTlux1M&feature=related
 

Patrick Swayze

I'm trying to shut up


you'll probably like this if you've not heard it before


1 G-FORCE - 2005 SHIT

2 FOOTSIE - PRANG MAN

3 KANO - OLD DAYS

4 CHRONIK - FREESTYLE

5 AL BLAZE - STRESS & ARREST

6 MYTUS - FREESTYLE

7 SPLIFFY RANGER - NINES

8 G-FORCE - REPPIN DA ENDS

9 DM - FROM A PLACE

10 GAMBIT - ROADS

11 GIFT OF THE GAB - SLANGTALK

12 EARS - SURROUNDINGS

13 KLASHNEKOFF - FREESTYLE

14 DM - CALL ME

15 BIGGA MAN - HOLD UR OWN

16 GIFT OF THE GAB - LOVE

17 OUTRO
 

benjybars

village elder.
yeah i've never been a Ghetto fan at all really but to be fair he absolutely destroys Fuck Radio Vol.1 & 2.

back in those days i never like Terminator much either to be honest but i soon saw how wrong i was.. i especially like it when he chats about ribena... what happened to his QPR career??
 

outraygeous

Well-known member
yeah i've never been a Ghetto fan at all really but to be fair he absolutely destroys Fuck Radio Vol.1 & 2.

back in those days i never like Terminator much either to be honest but i soon saw how wrong i was.. i especially like it when he chats about ribena... what happened to his QPR career??

He got dropped because he wasnt interested in soccer apparently. Started playing lower league. To think, if he was a prem club. He can ball a bit
 

Patrick Swayze

I'm trying to shut up
yeah i've never been a Ghetto fan at all really but to be fair he absolutely destroys Fuck Radio Vol.1 & 2.

back in those days i never like Terminator much either to be honest but i soon saw how wrong i was.. i especially like it when he chats about ribena... what happened to his QPR career??

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rubberdingyrapids

Well-known member
that terror danjah and riko tune is brilliant and maybe my favourite grime instrumental of the last few months. am i the only one who finds his recent (as in post-comeback) tracks nowhere near as good as the older stuff? its like all the bite has gone.
 

CrowleyHead

Well-known member
He's a bit TOO focused on low-end it seems. He does these really... cheap, basslines. I don't mean cheap as if they sound poor, but rather, they're really dumb "Yeh, dance along to that" melodies, and if anything, Terror's known for placing really great choppy melodies on TOP of his records. His obsession with finally making 'dance' material is holding him back IMO. That's why I love Bi-Polar the most out of his comeback material.
 

rubberdingyrapids

Well-known member
yeah i think hes obsessed with proving that he isnt 'just some grime producer' and also seems like he really wants to show that hes upbeat whereas all the old tracks were good cos there was a certain intensity to them.
 
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