BigBlue fo32's TOP HIP HOP SINGLES


Freeway Freeway - “P.A.”

“You guys NEED to put more Mac Miller on The Booth, he's blowing up on 95% of other similar blogs/sites. Honestly, I think we might be witnessing something special here.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jan 19, 2011
Mac Miller Mac Miller - “P.A.”

“You guys NEED to put more Mac Miller on The Booth, he's blowing up on 95% of other similar blogs/sites. Honestly, I think we might be witnessing something special here.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jan 19, 2011
Pittsburgh Kidz Get the Biz Promo Photo Mac Miller - “Pittsburgh Kidz Get the Biz”

“Don't underestimate this kid--quite possible he could be the next thing, especially since he could exploit an untapped market. Lyrically he's no pushover either, and if you search mac miller on youtube (The Booth, unfortunately, doesn't have nearly his full collection) you'll see why. The song "Nike's on my feet" is case in point -----”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Sep 21, 2010
Black and Yellow Promo Photo Wiz Khalifa - “Black and Yellow”

“Sometimes it's not all about the message in the song, folks. The beat is sick and Wiz's flow goes nicely with it. Let Wiz get his "Black and Yellow" on. Banger.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Sep 09, 2010
Baby aka Birdman Baby aka Birdman - “Money To Blow”

“Song is unequivocally dope. Production is fire and love drake on hooks and his verse was dope. Wayne was so sub-par on this in my opinion. Yeah drake and cash money are raking in the dough right now. But so what? They make good music. Wayne and Drake are 2 very potent lyrical partners. They should have money to blow for a long, long time.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Lil Wayne Lil Wayne - “Money To Blow”

“Song is unequivocally dope. Production is fire and love drake on hooks and his verse was dope. Wayne was so sub-par on this in my opinion. Yeah drake and cash money are raking in the dough right now. But so what? They make good music. Wayne and Drake are 2 very potent lyrical partners. They should have money to blow for a long, long time.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Drake Drake - “Money To Blow”

“Song is unequivocally dope. Production is fire and love drake on hooks and his verse was dope. Wayne was so sub-par on this in my opinion. Yeah drake and cash money are raking in the dough right now. But so what? They make good music. Wayne and Drake are 2 very potent lyrical partners. They should have money to blow for a long, long time.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Lupe Fiasco Lupe Fiasco - “Shining Down”

“Admittedly, I'm pretty ignorant of Lupe Fiasco and his music. I've heard great things about--especially on the booth--but I never have listened past the "Kick Pushes" and the "Superstars." An embarrassment, I know, but for some reason I've always had trouble giving a deserving look at anyone outside commercial hip-hop. That said, this track to me is golden. Love everything about it; 5 stars. Best Lupe track I've ever heard (knowing my sample size is limited). Anyone else got any suggestions of classic Lupe music?”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jun 17, 2009
50 Cent 50 Cent - “Redrum (Murder)”

“Liked "Ok ok ok you're right" more but this ain't bad. In my opinion, 50 often lives or dies by the beat; and in this case, the beat works so the song works. 50 cent is no lyrical gem--far from it. But what he does have is a gruff but flexible voice (he's a smooth sounding tenor when he wants to sing). Combine his voice with some solid production and you're almost guaranteed to see some heads nod. 3.5”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Steady Mobbin' Promo Photo Young Money - “Steady Mobbin'”

“Like the production and like Wayne. His verses were absolutely dope--and I actually thought the use of the auto tune complemented the futuristic, spacey production nicely. Look, Lil Wayne is more than just creative with his work; he is a PSYCHOTICALLY creative. His metaphors and wordplay are simply ridiculous. Unfortunately, his overdone experiment with the auto tune has gotten to be a bit annoying, and he has been putting out more "quantity than quality" lately. But that said, I can't understand comments like "I don't even consider him in the top 5 rappers alive." Comparing and measuring Wayne to the likes of Nas or Eminem is like comparing Kobe to Shaq, they both are (or will be) legends, but for fundamentally different and unique reasons. Compared to Tupac, Biggie, Nas, and Jay-z, Lil Wayne is simply a different breed of rapper. But he is unique, and his contributions have made a permanent mark on hip-hop. Failing to realize this fact is just plain ignorant.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Steady Mobbin' Promo Photo Gucci Mane - “Steady Mobbin'”

“Like the production and like Wayne. His verses were absolutely dope--and I actually thought the use of the auto tune complemented the futuristic, spacey production nicely. Look, Lil Wayne is more than just creative with his work; he is a PSYCHOTICALLY creative. His metaphors and wordplay are simply ridiculous. Unfortunately, his overdone experiment with the auto tune has gotten to be a bit annoying, and he has been putting out more "quantity than quality" lately. But that said, I can't understand comments like "I don't even consider him in the top 5 rappers alive." Comparing and measuring Wayne to the likes of Nas or Eminem is like comparing Kobe to Shaq, they both are (or will be) legends, but for fundamentally different and unique reasons. Compared to Tupac, Biggie, Nas, and Jay-z, Lil Wayne is simply a different breed of rapper. But he is unique, and his contributions have made a permanent mark on hip-hop. Failing to realize this fact is just plain ignorant.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Jun 13, 2009
Ludacris Ludacris - “I Do It for Hip Hop ft. Jay-Z & Nas”

“Yeah, this is it. This is a classic. Beat is perfect for this song and the message. I do wonder if this song will gain radio play but, regardless, to me it will outshine everything on Theatre of the Mind. This is what hip-hop is about: "Poetry in Motion," where great rhymes blend seamlessly with the beat and leave you with that relaxing "ahhh" feeling.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Jay Z Jay Z - “I Do It for Hip Hop ft. Jay-Z & Nas”

“Yeah, this is it. This is a classic. Beat is perfect for this song and the message. I do wonder if this song will gain radio play but, regardless, to me it will outshine everything on Theatre of the Mind. This is what hip-hop is about: "Poetry in Motion," where great rhymes blend seamlessly with the beat and leave you with that relaxing "ahhh" feeling.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Nas Nas - “I Do It for Hip Hop ft. Jay-Z & Nas”

“Yeah, this is it. This is a classic. Beat is perfect for this song and the message. I do wonder if this song will gain radio play but, regardless, to me it will outshine everything on Theatre of the Mind. This is what hip-hop is about: "Poetry in Motion," where great rhymes blend seamlessly with the beat and leave you with that relaxing "ahhh" feeling.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Chamillionaire Chamillionaire - “Creepin' (Solo) ft. Ludacris”

“Luda absolutely demolished this at the end. There are few rappers that bring that level of energy to a song. Cham has a catchy voice and can rap, don't get me wrong, but his flow and delivery kind of bore me after a while. Great song regardless.”

BigBlue fo32's Rating:                     Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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