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Joey Bada$$ 1999 mixtape

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This kid right here is bringing back that throwback 90s New York uptown rap.


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'smiley: pimp" Like Jim Carey himself!!! 
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Now this is what NY rap is all about, not that shoot em up dipset punchline %%$% yall was tryna pull in the 2000's.
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Been looking forward to this for a minute smokin.gif

On my iTunes & ready to go as soon as I get home tonight. glasses.gif
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TOO ILL. Foreal early day mobb straight up. 
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Survival Tactics is :hatty

Still listening but so far, so good.
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Originally Posted by AIRJORDAN JB23

Been looking forward to this for a minute smokin.gif



smiley: pimpsmiley: pimp
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Listening to this now...it's cool I guess.  Kid can rap but I feel its more of an imitation of a former art-work than a real authentic progression of the genre.  I'm excited to hear more from the kid though because I think he should only get better and establish a sound for himself.
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finally ... been patiently waiting ...
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Anyone with the alternate link?

I want to hear this but not enough to sign up for some website that I'll never use again.
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^ http://www.sharebeast.com/ovq3g0n0lafr

This tape bumps.  For his first official project, the room for growth is ridiculous.  Sky is the ceiling for this kid.

Still bugs me out that he's the same age as my little brother.
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Bouta check out
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Im a supporter. pimp.gif
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Originally Posted by HipHopDoc09

Now this is what NY rap is all about, not that shoot em up dipset punchline %%$% yall was tryna pull in the 2000's.


whoa whoa whoa.  I'm not from NY, but I love both variations, why cant yall have both?  Its kinda like southern trap music versus the Outkast, Goodie Mob sound.  Just iterations spawned from different aspects of the same place ya know?
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Just checked out the production list... pimp.gif at all those Dilla & DOOM joints.

About to give this a spin smokin.gif
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If he wants a great future, and marketability, he is going to have to change his stage name
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dope pimp.gif
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All i hear is that this sounds like old school 90's rap.... problem is we are in 2012 and a fresh sound is needed..... guys like kendrick, lupe etc give you a 90's feel but are also very futuristic in the same sense.

Dude can def rap, but Alot of his #%!% sounds like any average rap cat from the 90's so i hope he grows
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i cant get into this, something about this dude maybe its the flow but i dont fawks with it.
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Album is a straight up time machine to my teen years/childhoodsmiley: pimp.
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smiley: pimpsmiley: pimp

I will vibin to this all summer.
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Was bumping this all day...

smiley: pimpsmiley: pimp
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Originally Posted by HipHopDoc09

Now this is what NY rap is all about, not that shoot em up dipset punchline %%$% yall was tryna pull in the 2000's.

smiley: indifferent  dipset personified and help carry NY for the first half of the 2000s

edit: didn't notice your sig, that explains it all

and this mixtape issmiley: pimp
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its 2012....I'm good. Only 1999 I rock with is Prince
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Originally Posted by airmaxpenny1

I feel its more of an imitation of a former art-work than a real authentic progression of the genre.


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The kid has y'all fooled. Dude is average at best. 
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Dude isn't average, he can rap and its a real good debut tape for a 17 year old, I'm just saying his sound can still be developed while keeping its integrity.
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I understand what you were saying, but I was just adding my own two cents on top of that. My fault, I wasn't trying to misinterpret your view.
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so far so dopesmiley: pimp
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Originally Posted by airmaxpenny1

Dude isn't average, he can rap and its a real good debut tape for a 17 year old, I'm just saying his sound can still be developed while keeping its integrity.

Which is the most intriguing part. He's 17 and has a great foundation to build and grow on. I support this.
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Originally Posted by HarlemToTheBronx

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Originally Posted by airmaxpenny1

Dude isn't average, he can rap and its a real good debut tape for a 17 year old, I'm just saying his sound can still be developed while keeping its integrity.

Which is the most intriguing part. He's 17 and has a great foundation to build and grow on. I support this.

THISSSS

The skills are there.  I am extremely impressed for such a young kid.  The first song I heard from him I immediately thought of MF DOOM.  That track that MF produced on the mixtape vibes incredibly well.

Refreshing mixtape to say the least
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