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Have you ever wondered which hip-hop artists have the largest vocabularies? Now there's a chart for that!
<em>"I swear sports and music are so synonymous..."</em>
We're one day closer to <em>A Better Tomorrow</em>.
There's something awesome about reminiscing over songs you shouldn't have heard.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/method-man-primer-lead.jpg"></a>Words By Preezy Da Kid | <a href="https://twitter.com/preezydakid">@PreezyDaKid</a> The younger generation may know him more for his characters played in films such as How High and a recurring role on The Wire, but at one point, Method Man was regarded as one of the better MCs in the game.
Delivering a resume of raw talent and little luck with recorded material, DMX had a lot to prove when he signed with Def Jam in 1997.
Back in 1997, a star-studded Def Jam roster paired a resurging LL Cool J with a handful of superstar hopefuls in Red & Meth, DMX and Canibus to deliver what they anticipated would inevitably be a classic single from from LL's Phenomenon album.
Pick your poison for Hit-Boy's "Cypher," presumably off his All I've Ever Dreamed Of compilation.
"N 2 Gether Now" was the closest I got to Nu-Metal, Rap Metal or whatever you want to call it.
Pop some popcorn or, like me, pour yourself a Craig-from-Friday sized bowl of sugary cereal, and watch the 1997 documentary Rhyme & Reason.
"Oh boy, dig it, I talk about it and I live it Been there, did it, shitted and wiped my ass with it These critics saw the train for brains and must of missed it If they ain't got the shit, they'll never get it" Method Man's raspy, raggedy voice is one of Hip-Hop's dopest weapons.
The best pair-ups between rappers and NFL players on NFL Jams, from 1996 and 1998.
Gangsta Gibbs joins the Wu, making a featuring appearance alongside Streetlife on Method Man's "Built For This," a track featured on RZA's Man With The Iron Fists soundtrack.
An album's weight is often measured by how it stands the test of time.
This Saturday marked the tenth anniversary of the debut of "The Wire.
Photo: <a href="http://www.facebook.com/ThinkLikeAMan">Think Like A Man Facebook</a> With Kevin Hart's relationship flick Think Like A Man about to hit theaters on April 20th, we realized not every guy goes about his love life the same way and taking cues from the Think Like.
Last week, we laughed at the thought of Trina posing as <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/01/repeat-after-me-i-will-not-take-tax-advice-from-trina-or-any-rapper">the spokeswoman for Tax USA</a> but she’s neither the first, nor will she be the last rapper to appear in a questionable advertisement.
Rappers spelling their own names in lyrics is one of the all-time gimmick rhymes.
"Two fingers is all in your hole, think I can fit three.