View Poll Results: WHO U FEELIN' DA MOST AT DA MOMENT? U.K HIP-HOP OR U.S HIP-HOP?

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  • U.K HIP-HOP

    34 60.71%
  • U.S HIP-HOP

    22 39.29%
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Thread: Uk Hip-hop Vs Us Hip-hop

  1. #141
    Ill have to go with the US, the UK are slacking a lil. Sorry guys but its true

  2. #142
    i really like the new Hopsin stuff i think hes combining the best of the US vibe with the UK flow even though hes american hes something alot different to the usual american stuff, his rhymes are sick

    going to see him in november so excited to see if hes as good Live

  3. #143
    Both

  4. #144
    Check out "Let It Go Remix (Here We Go) - Messy b, Pricey & Dza Man" who said we can't compete with the US!! Punchline Kings!!

  5. #145
    Check out the new VFX video "Wake You Up (Pricey Remix)"

  6. #146
    Check out "Wake You Up (Pricey Remix)" best VFX in a UK video ever!! I'm tired of the same old hood videos come different!!

  7. #147
    Uk hip-hop!!! The uk has alot of unique talent!!!

  8. #148
    Very interesting. I'm a Uk rapper myself, but I'm gonna be controversial and say US. I still think UK is evolving, we're nearly there but not refined yet. When I say US, I'm excluding certain artist obviously. *COUGH* Soulja Boy *COUGH*

  9. #149

  10. #150
    At this moment in time, although I am British, I would have to say US Hip Hop, I am not really a big fan of grime!

  11. #151
    Check out Lokeythayg(dot)com

  12. #152
    Hey great topic…Check out JNR & Enz from Birmingham, UK, let us know what your opinion is!!! Check out their 2 latest tracks released “That’s where im from” & "Swagga So Cold" available on YouTube featured on BBC2's comedy drama "Vexed"...(sorry can't post links yet)

  13. #153
    Hip hop is hip hop, end of

  14. #154
    I guess hip hop is dependent on the era too

  15. #155
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    US rappers are more entertaining tbh

  16. #156
    Not really sure how you can generalize this... it's like saying do you prefer German beer to English beer... each individual beer has a different recipe and production method so which one are you really comparing.

  17. #157
    UKMusic.com Bronze Member
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    I think the US have rappers with more heavier names

  18. #158
    UKMusic.com Bronze Member
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    US and sadly its not even close...

  19. #159
    UK HIPHOP

    Check out: AUTHENTIC BROS - TRUTH WILL RISE

  20. #160
    UK HIPHOP

    Check out: AUTHENTIC BROS - GRAVITATIONAL FORCE

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