Questions tagged [rap]

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Rap song about a veteran coming home from the war

Okay, first of all, I've been looking for this song for about 2-3 years now. It's a rap song about a veteran (from first person), talking about the war. One line is along the lines of "bombs under my ...
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Arrested Development: Static on 3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of

I have several copies of this album (CD, cassette, etc) and there is static on many of the tracks. Back in '94 I remember hearing the explanation was: (some guy left the master LP in the sun, or ...
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Is there really a rapper named Prix-Mo?

Supposedly, as Prog-Metal masters Dream Theater were recording their album Awake (1994), a rapper named Prix-Mo was laying down tracks in an adjacent studio. As the story goes, Dream Theater's ...
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Movie scene about Dr. Dre discovering Eminem

I can’t remember when I’ve seen a movie scene where (if I’m right) Jimmy Iovine is sitting with Dre and he turns on a cassette he found in garage and that's the time Dre first hears Eminem. So my ...
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Looking for a song that looped a small part of “everything is shady” by Ca$his

I recently listened to a rap / hip-hop song that at some point looped the "About to run the A" part of "Everything is Shady" by Ca$his. Genius annotation I really can't find which song did this ...
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English language rap song: “Asleep in the [unknown]”

Some time ago I was driving in a taxi and the driver was listening to an english rap song (the instrumental part was incredibly good). As I looked at the display I read "Asleep in the **". later I ...
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Who is on the cover of Planet Hemp's album *Os cães ladram mas a caravana não pára*?

Planet Hemp is a Brazilian rap rock group known for: Pleading for the legalization of marijuana and supported by energetic performances that usually degenerated in violence. . . Source: Artist ...