Hey guys, why not post some hip hop/rap made by musicians from your country? there are always people who aren't as recognized as they should be out there so let's give em a shot! I'm from Australia and here are some
Too sick. There are also lots of people that freestyle on the streets where Im from. That inspired me to freestyle more often and its so much fun once you get better at it
I have a real local guy who just graduated high school last year, he's actually pretty good for his age. I know the singer on the hook far better, though.
Of course, if you look at the tags on that video, you'll see that I'm from Chicago. So, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Common, and Twista.
There's a few rappers from Maryland I can think of, but Substantial is the first that come to mind. He is just kills it each and every time he touches a mic. Fun fact: also has quite a decent fan base in Japan thanks to Nujabes (favorite producer of all time R.I.P.).
@NekuSakuraba said:Just because you didn't like it doesnt mean you have to insult the artist or the people who like them. =/@PeasantAbuseEverything about that video was funny, also the lyrics. Sorry, I just didn't like it.Hilltop Hoods was fucking hilarious, thanks.Why?
I'm from Toronto, and Drake is a point of contention, allot of people like him, allot of people hate him. He has made plenty of shit music lately but I think this is a pretty good track, mainly due to phonte being on the track and 9th wonder with the production, but still good I believe.
Im not really very tuned in to the underground or local rap scene so I apologize for not representing looked over artists. But I do believe this to be an overlooked song.
Slaine is one of the better local rappers from Boston. It pains me to see the guy struggle to even get a single record out while college rappers like Mac Miller continue to sell. The market just doesn't want hardcore, lyrical hip-hop anymore I guess...
There is no rap or hip hop in the UK tbh, it's all bellends MCing over bad dance beats and 'HEVY BASSLINES DAWG'.
There is this guy though.
Him basing a 'rap' focussed around a line from a 1979 Sister Sledge track is more hilarious than you posting a video of a mentally handicapped gentleman. No rap in UK? Pffft.
I love his CD player stereo though.
His moves in that second video are off the chain!
@AlexW00d "There is no rap or hip hop in the UK tbh", you're missing out. Lowkey was already posted in the thread, The Streets were exceptional and although he may fall into your "bellends MCing over bad dance beats" category Scroobius Pip, with or without dan le sac, is producing some good stuff.
Well that was a blunder
@Fattony12000: "There is no rap or hip hop in the UK tbh", you're missing out. Lowkey was already posted in the thread, The Streets were exceptional and although he may fall into your "bellends MCing over bad dance beats" category Scroobius Pip, with or without dan le sac, is producing some good stuff.
I don't think you meant to quote me...