Complex Presents – The 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Beats of All-Time
Friday November 09th 2012,
Filed under: Listicles,Searching For The Perfect Beat,Web Work
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The Complex music editors recruited me to write around ninety of the blurbs for this latest ‘Top 100′ list. Direct any complaints over there.

Complex’s 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Beats of All-Time

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Fuxx ‘Complex’ and their lists.

Comment by Fosterakahunter 11.10.12 @

I made it as far as Bone and quit. Stupid.

Comment by thebeallendall 11.10.12 @

questionable but a good read anyway.

Comment by swordfish 11.10.12 @

Def some questionable shit on this list. Mass appeal, Stakes is High and Gotcha open all need to be higher. I would have put T.R.O.Y. first, but I can’t argue with the message. Some good choices on it as well. Can’t please everyone, but Bone Thugs need to take a fucking walk.

Comment by BIGSPICE 11.12.12 @

Complex sucks….very questionable everything.
PS: Mark Ecko exchanges sodomy for Ad space.

Comment by Maniax y Druckqs 11.16.12 @

Mark Ecko sodomized Graff culture. Complex is idiot material.

Comment by SandySandySandy 11.16.12 @

And how the fuck is My Mind’s playing Tricks on me not on here? I remember when Ecko made real clothes for just the graff heads and it was only sold at certain shops downtown.

Comment by BIGSPICE 11.17.12 @

A top 100 without Shadez Of Brooklyn – Change?

Comment by grass 11.18.12 @



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