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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicRap and Hip-Hop · 1 decade ago

RHH: How does your top ten favorite artists list look with NRHH artists/bands included?

Mine (Keep in mind this is a rough draft, just thought up) :

Black Thought

The Doors

Bob Dylan

MF DOOM

Ghostface Killah

Camu Tao

Mr. Lif

Pos

TV on The Radio

Kanye West (Did I just admit that? Well I'm talking Pre-Graduation Kanye, though I still think he's dope as a producer and a decent rapper)

Update:

@Morbid: You were the first one I heard mention them, but I didn't check them out until Jack gave me the DL to Dear Science. That is seriously one of the best albums I've ever heard.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best answer

    Hmmm. Pretty different.

    1) GZA

    2) Aesop Rock

    3) Beck

    4) Cannibal Ox

    5) The Flaming Lips

    6) TV on the Radio

    7) Blackalicious

    8) Tom Waits

    9) Ghostface Killah

    10) Led Zeppelin

    I guess its different because in terms of music as a whole, some of my favorite rappers are lacking. But for hip hop they're awesome.

    I'm glad you enjoyed Dear Science. Thats one of the best albums I've ever heard as well. I just wish more people had checked it out too

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Bob Marley

    The Roots

    Rage Against the Machine

    Groundation

    Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals

    Easy Star All Stars

    Dave Matthews Band

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

    John Browns Body

    Psydecar

    Source(s): only the Roots made it to my actual top 10
  • Debra
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Yeah, definitely. It would probably be a 50/50 split between NRHH and hip hop albums. BQ: Either Arctic Monkeys - Favorite Worse Nightmare or Erykah Badu - New Amerykah Pt.One.

  • 1 decade ago

    No order*:

    NaS

    MF Doom

    Frank Sinatra

    Metallica

    Bob Dylan

    Madlib

    Immortal Technique

    The Streets

    RATM

    Jean Grae

    Prince

    *not including hip hop groups

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  • 1 decade ago

    TV On The Radio, did me or Jack recommend them?

    Mine (as of right now of the top of my head):

    Aesop Rock

    Radiohead

    Bob Dylan

    Miles Davis

    The Roots

    Nujabes

    David Byrne

    GZA

    El-P

    John Coltrane

    This is mainly what I've been deeply into for the last few days.

    Source(s): Edit: I was wondering. Out of all the albums I've heard that is one that surprised me a lot. Edit: I would also put Nick Drake and Elliot Smith somewhere on my list, but I don't know where I might take John off, and put one of them on.
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I'm adding groups too.

    NaS

    Talib Kweli

    The Roots

    OutKast

    Michael Jackson

    Keith Sweat

    R. Kelly

    Common

    Stevie Wonder

    Jimi Hendrix

  • Talib
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Well when you factor in groups, it changes my top ten quite a bit but only one non RHH makes it.

    Black Star

    The Roots

    Slum Village (Includes both J Dilla and Elzhi)

    Binary Star

    Lupe Fiasco

    Wu Tang Clan

    Blu & Exile

    Common

    Modest Mouse

    Kanye West

    Source(s): I guess when I factor in Kanye's production, he makes my top 10. He makes my top 15 usually...
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Mine is just off the top of my head..

    Johnny Cash

    Tech N9ne

    Al Green

    George Clinton

    Radiohead

    Jimi Hendrix

    The Roots

    Van Morrison

    Bob Marley

    Queen

  • 1 decade ago

    rough draft as well, hip hop won't get a great showing here.some of these are entire bands other's just parts.

    Bob Dylan

    David Gilmour

    George Harrison

    Dream Theater

    Radiohead

    John Lennon

    Meshuggah

    Ghostface Killah

    Sean Price

    Jack White

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Eminem

    Nas

    2Pac

    Biggie

    Will Smith

    Dr Dre

    Linkin Park

    Snoop Dogg

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