Buddahmann - Hip Hop's Doctrine 2 FLAC album
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To The Moon" by Buddahmann featuring Carrol, from his album entitled, "Hip Hop's Doctrine 3 - The Final Chapter".
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Buddahmann – Hip Hop's Doctrine. Label: Inna Circle Entertainment – 1001. Country: US. Released: 15 Jul 2010. Hip Hop's Doctrine Intro (Legalize Dat). 2. Let's Get It On. 3:50.
The 2nd volume of the Buddahmann Pellas CDs featuring vocals from Buddahmann and Da Clinic. released September 25, 2013. Buddahmann, Sonny Black, Mr. Get It In, Kove, Liz, La, LaLiWood, B Ray. license.
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From my upcoming album, Hip Hop's Doctrine. Buddahmann you got such a great tone in your voice and your flow is spot on! I wish all the so called "rappers" on looperman would listen to this as a standard of how to do it! Nice and clean qualitywise, flows RIGHT, and not trying to hard!
This list provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the "Lists consulted" section for full details. Inclusion on a list is indicated by numbering after each release. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation as to why each album has been considered important. The organization of the list is by date of release, ranging from Run-D. s eponymous debut in 1984 to Jay-Z's 2001 album, The Blueprint.
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Was there ever a more influential album in Hip Hop? Another 1992 masterpiece that, like the no. 1 on this list, is about the production first and the lyrical content second. Dr Dre‘s production on this album is just INCREDIBLE. Often imitated, never duplicated. It also showed us the full potential of Hip Hop’s next superstar – a young Snoop Dogg. Along with lyrics from a host of other talented rappers and Dr Dre himself, The Chronic is filled with the ‘standard’ gangsta themes (violence, sex, drugs, parties) – difference from most of the others is that on this album it sounds GOOD.