My Friend That Raps Music. His Name Is Hooligan Boi Cino


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I just figured that I would share my friend that raps music. I like it and hope that you all do to. Either way check it out and tell me what you think. If you like it and could leave feedback and share it that would be amazing also. Have a blessed day or night depending on where you live. Here is the link https://soundcloud.com/hooliganboicino

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For  a word that carries so much vitriol and causes so much hate he uses the N word a lot. No I am not offended by it. Other than that it sounds well produced.

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I am white myself and I also do not like him using it a lot either. Personally I think that there are better words he could use instead and he does use them when rapping the songs to his family including his neices and nephews (they get the clean version). Suprisingly I normally don't like clean versions of music, but I have always perferred other words in place of the N word. Glad you like it,  tomorrow I am fixing to upload a live performance he did last night to youtube and will be sharing the link on here soon.

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If we are sharing hip hop songs here's two tracks I did in the 90's.

 

The most important thing to keep in mind is both are all live one take and not very well produced as I was rhyming them live through headphones, we did not have a mic back then unfortunately. Nor garage band. Hell I did not even own a computer yet. This is good old MPC-3000 as the sampler with headphones plugged into the mic input recorded on a cassette.

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-never-half-ass-1997

 

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-quick-verse-1995

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If we are sharing hip hop songs here's two tracks I did in the 90's.

 

The most important thing to keep in mind is both are all live one take and not very well produced as I was rhyming them live through headphones, we did not have a mic back then unfortunately. Nor garage band. Hell I did not even own a computer yet. This is good old MPC-3000 as the sampler with headphones plugged into the mic input recorded on a cassette.

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-never-half-ass-1997

 

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-quick-verse-1995

 

 

HA! We should have totally played a sample of that on meet the staff!

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If we are sharing hip hop songs here's two tracks I did in the 90's.

 

The most important thing to keep in mind is both are all live one take and not very well produced as I was rhyming them live through headphones, we did not have a mic back then unfortunately. Nor garage band. Hell I did not even own a computer yet. This is good old MPC-3000 as the sampler with headphones plugged into the mic input recorded on a cassette.

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-never-half-ass-1997

 

https://soundcloud.com/dirtylarry_nj/teyes-mc-quick-verse-1995

 

They are nice, "I dance like a ballerina, tip toe with my flow"

 

Anyways here is his live performance he did last night. Sorry for the video quality as a friend recorded it on her phone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9AaZTlu37x0  hope you like it. This song was one that we where not planning to release just yet and where saving for the album, however he couldn't wait and figured that he should let people in on more of the picture.

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To those of you who checked his songs out what did you think?

He should quit making racist comments.

 

Just because he has brown skin, does not give him the right to keep hammering out the word N*gger.

 

I adore Dre and Public Enemy, he could not even get a ob lacing their pumps.

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HA! We should have totally played a sample of that on meet the staff!

We actually couldn't have at the time. I just recently found them going through a bunch of old stuff at my parents house, and I had to purchase a cassette to computer converter, and thats how I was able to transfer them.  :laugh: I was not kidding when I said they were on cassette.

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he flows good, but to me it just sounds like a guy rapping on some fruity loops beats. the lyrics are anemic at best, you could tell by him constantly using Never Ignorant Getting Goals Accomplished constantly, and there is zero emotion. I wouldn't play any of those tracks ever again.

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I am white myself and I also do not like him using it a lot either. Personally I think that there are better words he could use instead and he does use them when rapping the songs to his family including his neices and nephews (they get the clean version). Suprisingly I normally don't like clean versions of music, but I have always perferred other words in place of the N word. Glad you like it,  tomorrow I am fixing to upload a live performance he did last night to youtube and will be sharing the link on here soon.

I'm an Irish hoodlum myself and that word kind of goes with the rap genre but not every 3rd word is what I meant. I am primarily a Metal, Rock guy but do foray into the House of Pain, NWA, realm from time to time. 

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Thanks to everyone for leaving feedback, I have passed it on to him. I just am wondering how many of you who have listened to his music checked out the live video on youtube of him performing? Since in it he doesn't say the N word one time.

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