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Regg and Taurian B. put your favorite Hip-Hop albums of the past on the stand, with a track-by-track interrogation to see how they’ve stood the test of time on Rap & Order podcast.
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For Case 228, we revisit Joey Bada$$' 1999. Though at the time of it's release he was only 17, the BK lyricist was able to tap into an era in Hip-Hop that he was barely old enough to remember-- and yet still managed to offer a fresh perspective. Now 12 years after his debut, what will he do next? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b ht…
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For Case 227, we highlight Rick Ross' Deeper Than Rap album. The Bawse's third studio album was one of his most challenging releases to date, where we'd see him go head-to-head with 50 Cent all while combating allegations that questioned his street cred. But did he come out unscathed? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitte…
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For Case 226, we revisit Ja Rule's The Last Temptation. Having been such a dominant force in Hip-Hop in the early 2000's, why does Ja's legacy still get overlooked? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe for …
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For Case 225, we revisit Childish Gambino's Funk/Rock inspired Awaken, My Love. The album was quite the departure from his previous releases and leaned heavily on the sounds of Parliament, Curtis Mayfield, and Sly Stone to name a few. But did Gambino's 70's-driven release make it unoriginal? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https:/…
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For Case 224, we take a deep dive into Scarface's third solo release, The Diary. Upon release, the album was one of the few to receive a perfect rating from both The Source and XXL, and cemented Face Mob as one of Hip-Hop's most raw and vivid storytellers. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass R…
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For case 223 we take a deep dive into Action Bronson's Mr Wonderful project, and unpack Bronson's trajectory as an MC. How does this project rank in his catalog? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe for mor…
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For Case 222, we revisit Lloyd Banks' The Hunger For More 2. The album attempts to follow along the lines of his 2004 debut, but the impact isn't quite the same. Did Lloyd Banks peak too soon? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/fi…
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Big Sean released his career-defining project Detroit, in a year that was stacked with releases from his counterparts. Has it been as memorable as the competition? We revisit for a detailed breakdown. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitte…
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Case 220 of Rap & Order brings our focus to Fat Joe's third album, Don Cartagena. The album played a huge part in Fat Joe's ascension as an MC and is often held in high regard amongst hip-Hop purists. We break down this release, and question whether Joe gets the recognition he deserves. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twit…
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For Case 219 of Rap & Order, we revisit 2 Pac's double disc effort, All Eyez On Me. Was it his best album? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe for more exclusive FKB content: https://bit.ly/FKBYTSub Connec…
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Case 218 revisits Chance The Rapper's Coloring Book, and examines how he may or may not have ruined the reputation of mixtapes. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe for more exclusive FKB content: https://b…
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For Case 217, we visit IDK's latest album, F65. The rapper/producer seems to only be elevating his sound with each project, but what is getting in his way of stardom? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe fo…
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Case 216 of Rap & Order revisits Drake's double disc effort, Scorpion. Although the album offered some of his biggest hits to date, it isn't considered as one of his best. But where did he go wrong? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.…
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For Case 215, we bring our focus to Beanie Sigel's second studio album, The Reason. At one point the Broad Street Bully seemed to be destined for greatness, so what was it that intervened? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstk…
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For this episode, we revisit Outkast's fourth studio release, Stankonia. This was the album that raised the stakes for the historic rap duo, but also the one that began to subtly show us that they were moving in different directions artistically. And while Andre 3000 is often credited and listed on plenty of top 10 all time lists, he himself credit…
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On this week's episode of The Rap & Order podcast, we revisted G.O.O.D. Music's compilation project Cruel Summer. This was the cap off to a monumental run by the G.O.O.D. Music label. We had our buddy Moh on for this episode. We broke down each track, discussed the build up to this project and ultimately asked what exactly happened? How did a label…
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He's had a monumental career that very few can rival, and even helped coin the term. So why is LL Cool J left out of the GOAT conversation so often? We break this down and more, in Case 212 of the Rap & Order podcast. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_re…
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Case 211 brings our focus to Alabama native Flo Milli’s debut project, “Ho, Why Is You Here?.” Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklass_regg Subscribe for more exclusive FKB content: https://bit.ly/FKBYTSub Connect with FKB! …
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For Case 210, we revisit The Bronx rap duo Camp Lo's debut Uptown Saturday Night. The album was met with critical praise and blended themes from the 70's into the 90's seamlessly. We breakdown its lasting cultural impact on hip-hop + see how the album measures by today's standards. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.c…
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For Case 209, we revisit Gunna's sophomore release, Wunna. The album was highly successful and helped cement him as an artist that was here to stay. Now with the release of his latest album a Gift and a Curse, things have changed a bit as far as his trajectory. How will the "snitch" allegations effect his star power? Hosts:Taurian B. https://instag…
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For Case 208, we revisit Westside Gunn's Pray for Paris album. The album received plenty of acclaim when it initially released, and helped shed light on Westside Gunn as an artist with a knack for focused and concise projects. Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firs…
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For Case 207 of Rap & Order, we revisit Travis Scott's second studio album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. The album took a different turn from Travis' first album, and saw him ditch the rodeo theme for good. Instead, he leaned into hosting a lineup of superstar features backed by a darker and more theatrical approach. Is it his best? Hosts: Taur…
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For Case 206, the guys revisit A$AP Rocky's third album, TESTING. Due to the Pusha T and Drake beef at the time, the album was looked over and never really given a shot. Did it deserve more? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firs…
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For Case 205 of Rap & Order, the guys revisit J. Cole's pivotal release, 2014 Forest Hills Drive. The album served as a turning point for Cole. No longer was he going to try and conform to the traditional ways of the industry. Cole was praised for his transparency, album rollout, and of course doing it all with no features. Nine years later, has it…
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For Case 204 of the Rap & Order podcast, Regg and Taurian dive into the 2012 project No Idols by Domo Genesis and The Alchemist. Domo first gained notoriety from his time with Odd Future, while Alchemist has established himself over the years as a go-to producer for most acclaimed underground MC's. Though Domo may have been overshadowed by a roster…
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For this episode, the guys dig into Joe Budden's Mood Muzik 2. Highly coveted as one of the best mixtape series, it played an integral part in Joe being recognized as an elite MC. So what held him back commerically? Well for starters, some would say Joe's commercial success was doomed on such a crowded roster. Using his music to vent his frustratio…
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For this weeks episode of the Rap and Order podcast Regg and Taurian revisit T.I.'s sophomore album Trap Muzik. With production from DJ Toomp, Kanye West, David Banner, Jazzy Pea and more. T.I. helped usher in a new era and sound that changed the landscape of hip hop. During this episode the guys break down the project track-by-track. Let us know i…
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With all the recent talk surrounding Jim Jones recently, the guys decided to dive into his second studio album, “Harlem: Diary of a Summer.” Does he have the best discography in Dipset? Hosts: Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_b https://Twitter.com/taurian_b First Klass Regg https://instagram.com/firstklass_regg https://Twitter.com/firstklas…
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For Case 198 of The Rap & Order podcast First Klass Regg and Taurian B. revisit Baby Keem's debut album The Melodic Blue. The guys also discuss whether Baby Keem will ever get out of his big cousin Kendrick Lamar's shadow or will he become just another rap protégé. The Melodic Blue was released on September 10, 2021, by PGLang and Columbia Records,…
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For this episode, the guys revisit Metro Boomin’s NOT ALL HEROES WEAR CAPES. Is he the best producer of his generation? Hosts:Taurian B. https://instagram.com/taurian_bhttps://Twitter.com/taurian_bFirst Klass Regghttps://instagram.com/firstklass_regghttps://Twitter.com/firstklass_reggSubscribe for more exclusive FKB content: https://bit.ly/FKBYTSub…
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The original Hot Boy released Chopper City in The Ghetto in '99 and was poised to be Cash Money's flagship artist, until legal troubles intervened. The guys revisit BG's Chopper City In the Ghetto while trying to figure out how he'll be able to revitalize his career 14 years later.بقلم Rap & Order
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