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Various - Midwest Broadcast: A Compilation Of Twin Cities Hip-Hop album flac Performer: Various
Title: Midwest Broadcast: A Compilation Of Twin Cities Hip-Hop
Released: 2002
MP3 album: 1885 mb
FLAC album: 1798 mb
Rating: 4.7
Genre: Hip-hop

Minneapolis hip hop is hip hop or rap music that originates from the Minneapolis metropolitan area in the . Hip hop culture in the Twin Cities can be traced as far back as 1981 A DJ named Travitron was considered the "godfather" of hip hop in the Twin Cities,:xi and began hosting Hip Hop Shop on 8. KMOJ, the first radio station to play Hip Ho. .

For this list, we have selected 15 of the very best Hip Hop compilation albums, excluding Greatest Hits albums from one single artist

Midwest hip hop is a regional genre of hip hop music performed by artists from the Midwestern United States. In contrast with its East Coast, West Coast and Southern counterparts, Midwest hip hop has very few constants in style or production. The album was later certified gold. The Dayton Family was plagued with various legal problems, including Ira being incarcerated soon after the release of . which hindered the amount of work the group released. Both Ira and Peterson released solo albums. Two years later, the group signed with Detroit rapper Esham's Gothom label and released solo albums. The main movers of Twin Cities Hip Hop came together to form the group Headshots, a precursor to the Rhymesayers Entertainment label. Members of this group included Slug, I Self Devine, Micranots, Musab, Siddiq, and Ant.

Hip-hop is something you live. That ethos is clearly on display in CULTURE, a Knight-funded art and music series produced by Rogue Citizen arts collective and Free Range Music Cooperative. Free Range’s Marcus Kar describes CULTURE as a coalition of the willing, with artists, musicians, dancers, activists, poets and educators joining forces to spread awareness of the Twin Cities’ hip-hop community and foster young artists trying to find a foothold. At this weekend’s Next Level Workshops, educators and performers like rapper Toki Wright, DJ Freddy Fresh and Reies Romero of Universal Zulu Nation Twin Cities will school attendees on hip-hop culture and history, including the roots and progression of the Twin Cities scene.

With a name like The Ultimate Hip Hop Album, this three-disc compilation is already setting itself up for inevitable failure. And sadly, albeit predictably, while there are some good tracks here (Dr. Dre and Ice Cube's "Natural Born Killaz," Nate Dogg and Warren G's "Regulate"), there's a lot of filler here to, both from known artists and unknown. It's early-'90s focused - certainly an era that deserves attention - and pulls from both coasts, but it misses too much to make it even close to worthy to be called anything "ultimate.

We have selected the 15 best Hip Hop concept albums, with the unification of an album through a single central narrative or theme as the focal point for the compilation of this list. Albums like OutKast’s ATLiens, Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Lin. nd De La Soul’s De La Soul Is Dead almost fit the definition of a ‘concept album’ because of their cohesive feel accomplished through skits or themes, but they do not really have a central narrative and therefore these albums (and there are many more that can almost be considered. Blacktrash is a perfectly executed concept album which deserves a place in any self-respecting Hip Hop fans music collection. 6. CunninLynguists - A Piece Of Strange (2006). Central theme/narrative: A Piece Of Strange follows the story of a man and those closest to him in their struggles with right and wrong, love and hate, faith and sin.

Street Jams: Hip-Hop From the Top is a series of four good compilation albums of essential old school hip hop tracks. It was released on cassette and CD between 1992 and 1994 by Rhino Records and features a number of influential 12" singles that came out in the late ’70s to the mid ’80s. Throw in another one from Grandmaster Flash. 8. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five - "White Lines (Don't Do It). And then kick up the level with one of the first battle tracks in hip-hop history: 9. Roxanne Shante - "Roxanne's Revenge". 10. The Fat Boys - "Jail House Rap".

The 50 Best Hip-Hop Album Covers. ByAndrew Noz. Oct 28, 2011. Dating back to its earliest ties to graffiti culture, the visual component has always played a large part in hip-hop culture  . From the Daisy Age fluorescence of De La Soul to the digital age fluorescence of Kanye West, we're proclaiming the finest moments of three decades' worth of hip-hop album art with our list of The 50 Best Hip-Hop Album Covers. Words by Andrew Noz (@Noz).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Booka B Principles Of Friction
Producer – Booka B
2 Heiruspecs Facecard
Producer – Dik Shopteau, Heiruspecs
3 Los Nativos Sonido Indigina
Producer – Chilam Balam
4 P.O.S. Bodyrocked
Producer – Lazerbeak
5 Oddjobs Shore
Producer – Anatomy*, Deetalx*
6 Muse Azul
Producer – Muse
7 Atmosphere Say Shhh
Producer – ANT*
8 Syst Know How
Producer – Lazerbeak
9 Cecil Otter Ode Pit
Producer – Cecil Otter
10 Kanser Sins Of The Father
Producer – Mesh One*
11 Muse Police Photos
Producer – Muse Scratches – Paper Tiger
12 Booka B, Carnage Sense Of Sound
Producer – Booka B
13 P.O.S. I Play The Matador
Producer – Emily Bloodmobile
14 Twisted Linguistics Miraculous
Producer – Felix
15 Traditional Methods Alright
Producer – Dik Shopteau, Traditional Methods
16 Cecil Otter Stigmatabunny
Producer – Cecil Otter
17 No Artist Eight Bar
Featuring – Adviser*, Cecil Otter, Crescent Moon, Mesh One*, New MC, Midway Nomi*, P.O.S. , Toussaint*Music By – HeiruspecsProducer – Nick Shopteau
18 Los Nativos Tengo La Llave
Producer – Chilam Balam


  • Executive Producer – Nick Shopteau