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Old 07-26-2013, 11:11 PM
MasterChief3624 MasterChief3624 is offline
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Default Yo yo yo... calling all rap enthusiasts!

Okay... so I was going to try and post this entirely in a rap... but I just don't have the skills to pay the bills- if snails had to pay bills, that is. OH! Turbo reference!

For real, though:

I'm seriously addicted to "Worldwide Choppers" by Tech N9ne feat. every other rapper in the universe. I'm primarily an Eminem person, sometimes venturing into Lupe Fiasco or Nas territory when I am in the right mood. Naturally I need to broaden my rap tastes!

So do you have any songs you recommend that are like "Worldwide Choppers"? Yelawolf, Busta Rhymes,Twista, and Tech N9ne are the only ones from the song I can remember and name off the top of my head, but I'm looking for the best songs from all the people on that song!

I guess we could simplify it by saying, can you list the best songs you know of by:

Busta Rhymes
Tech N9ne
Twista
Yelawolf
any other "choppers" out there

I love the style of going slow, then fast, then regular, then fast, then chorus, then slow, then fast... etc.!

What songs do you recommend to a Worldwide Chopper lover?

Here is a heavier description of what I'm looking for!

For reference:


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That's "Worldwide Choppers."

There is a fair amount of profanity in the song, so there's a warning.

Any other songs like this one, especially the parts that Tech N9ne, Yelawolf, Uso, JL of B. Hood, Twista, Busta Rhymes, D-Loc, and Twisted Insane do... so basically every single person on that song, except for the one from Turkey... ah screw it. The guy from Turkey, too!

I'm looking for songs that have rhyme schemes, speeds, flows, voices, and melodies like those above... Basically I'm asking for any songs that feel like any one of those verses of "Worldwide Choppers."

From my personal searching, I couldn't find individual stuff from Yelawolf, D-Loc, Twista, or Busta Rhymes that I enjoyed, but then again I only tried 3 or 4 from each. I don't like Twista's R&B stuff, Busta Rhymes sounds good but might be too repetitive for me, Yelawolf reeks of wannabe gangster rapper in the wrong era, and I don't remember what I thought of D-Loc so I must not have been too offended but also must not have been too blown away

Does this help at all?

Busta's part in Chris Brown's "Look At Me Now" is grand, but I hate Chris Brown, and I do think Busta Rhymes might be a little too comfortable with that rapping style. I'm looking for control and speed, as well as profoundness, but for some reason Busta Rhymes seems to really enjoy this one particular technique... I'm not sure how to explain it, but it's like the rhythm when saying all the words really fast is the same, and never changes throughout the 3 or 4 songs I've heard him spit fast on, and he relies way too heavily on repetition with short two-word phrases here and there, where he will just get into a zone where he says two words, then two more words that are all too similar to the last ones, and keep doing that until he changes up for a little bit, and then... that's it.

Does that make sense?

Worldwide Choppers, he does the "and breakin, and bakin, and savin, and makin" part (I know those aren't the lyrics ). That's what I'm talking about with the two-word phrases thing. It comes off as lazy. But I am sure he is better than my impression here!

So any help on songs that follow this criteria?

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Old 07-27-2013, 12:43 AM
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Okay... so I was going to try and post this entirely in a rap... but I just don't have the skills to pay the bills- if snails had to pay bills, that is. OH! Turbo reference!

For real, though:

I'm seriously addicted to "Worldwide Choppers" by Tech N9ne feat. every other rapper in the universe. I'm primarily an Eminem person, sometimes venturing into Lupe Fiasco or Nas territory when I am in the right mood. Naturally I need to broaden my rap tastes!

So do you have any songs you recommend that are like "Worldwide Choppers"? Yelawolf, Busta Rhymes,Twista, and Tech N9ne are the only ones from the song I can remember and name off the top of my head, but I'm looking for the best songs from all the people on that song!

I guess we could simplify it by saying, can you list the best songs you know of by:

Busta Rhymes
Tech N9ne
Twista
Yelawolf
any other "choppers" out there

I love the style of going slow, then fast, then regular, then fast, then chorus, then slow, then fast... etc.!

What songs do you recommend to a Worldwide Chopper lover?




There was a song with Chris Brown and Busta rhymes but I can't remember what it is. I know it's on youtube though.


Edit: it's called: Look at me now
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Old 07-27-2013, 12:47 AM
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There was a song with Chris Brown and Busta rhymes but I can't remember what it is. I know it's on youtube though.


Edit: it's called: Look at me now
Karmin > misc rap people.
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Old 07-27-2013, 03:43 AM
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She's on it - Beastie Boys

Not what you were asking but chucking it out there anyway.
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Old 07-27-2013, 07:30 AM
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listen to mgk edge of destruction. it features both tech n9ne and twista on it.
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:37 PM
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Karmin > misc rap people.
Who is Karmin?
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:52 PM
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Beastie Boys
> all other rap
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Old 07-27-2013, 10:53 PM
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Who is Karmin?
He raps about how to google.
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Old 07-28-2013, 03:16 AM
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Song 60 second assassins
Artists : tech nine, twista, lazy bone, and another artists

You will thank me later
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Old 07-28-2013, 02:18 PM
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She's on it - Beastie Boys

Not what you were asking but chucking it out there anyway.
Indeed, not what I was asking, but thanks for mentioning Beastie Boys! I might try to get into them again

Not a huge fan of their style, but they are fun and catchy! Sometimes that's all you need

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listen to mgk edge of destruction. it features both tech n9ne and twista on it.
Nice! That was a great song! Any more like that?

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Song 60 second assassins
Artists : tech nine, twista, lazy bone, and another artists

You will thank me later
Also very nice! Thank you for this. That's what I'm talking about

Unfortunately I am wondering if "Worldwide Choppers" is all those rappers at the absolute top of their game... I have listened to some individual songs from Yelawolf, Twista, Busta Rhymes, D-Loc... and I seriously don't like it at all. Twista seems to be stuck in the mindset that he needs to have R&B mixed with his crazy fast raps, Yelawolf feels like a cheap wannabe gangster rapper that is trying to get big in the wrong era, Busta Rhymes isn't as impressive as I thought, and D-Loc... well I don't remember what I thought of D-Loc.



Maybe I'm looking for the wrong stuff. Is there any "chopper" kind of stuff that is pure chopper? No fluff? I'm fine with slower rapping as long as it's profound, but the above artists I checked out on my own are just not what I'm looking for at all.
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