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Greyone Greyone is a male
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wu tang forever man ! Big Grin

...method n rza are ma favs.
18-08-2005 02:01
Mush mc Mush mc is a male
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(i'm a big wu-fan Pleased )


Aren t we all? Big Grin


haha peace to that!!!!

and if you didn't knew:

there has been OFFICIAL info released on their new and last clan-album: they have recorded 10 songs, but ghostface, u-god en cappa aren't on them (yet), cuz of some trouble/little beef...

peace!
19-08-2005 20:57
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For me an MC has to feed off the crowd, its so important otherwise it becomes a one way thing an we all hate hearin the same ryhmes bein spoke over an over again.

i think its very improtant for the MC to be able to adapt to the situation an have some little filler lines that can be suited to the vibe.

i practice this over my mixes at home sometimes with funny and embarrassing result but its all about perservering and buildin a unique style you can use and feel confident about imo..

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06-01-2006 06:15
Surya Surya is a male
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For me an MC has to feed off the crowd, its so important otherwise it becomes a one way thing an we all hate hearin the same ryhmes bein spoke over an over again.

i think its very improtant for the MC to be able to adapt to the situation an have some little filler lines that can be suited to the vibe.

That's why I like DOC so much. He just knows when to rhyme and when to shut up. Last time I've heard him, he was first doing a set which a Jump Up DJ -> quite some rhymin. Then came Limewax. DOC goes -> Almost no rhymin, just some hyping up here and there. Perfect Bigup

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