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  1. #1
    Œγ”y
    Join Date Mar 28, 2003
    Location Gumma (Japan)
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    Cool japanese rap


    ‘ΫŒπ—¬ƒp[ƒeƒB[
    Tokyo International Party

    i am very interested in rap music and tryin'
    2 find good artists all over the world but in japan I just
    found a few interesting artists like:
    -dj krush
    -shakkazombie
    -rappagariya
    -zeebra

    can anyone tell me some more rappers or interesting
    placese for hip hop fans 2 go 2 (in japan of course).
    Ichi San
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    That man in the corner Male
    Join Date Mar 15, 2002
    Location The Netherlands
    Posts 1,599
    Netherlands
    Hi there Fyce,

    DJ Krush doesn't rap. He's just a DJ/Producer. He has worked with some US-based rappers though, like Mos Def.

    Here's a list of other rappers/hip-hop projects i know. Don't have any sites i can think of right now, but google usually gets the job done.

    You the rock
    Action
    Dragon Ash
    Mob Squad
    Rip Slyme
    Mach 25
    Palm Drive
    Firstklas
    Dabo
    Halcali (female fun hip-hop)
    M-Flo
    Yama Arashi

    Well, that's all i can think of right now. Probably enough to keep you busy for a while.
  3. #3
    Join Date Mar 25, 2003
    Location Tokyo
    Posts 6
    Wassup Fyce

    I love hiphop and i have got some places that i can recommend to someone for hiphop lovers! My fav places are:

    Yellow (Nishiazabu)
    Nuts (Roppongi)
    Air (Daikanyama)
    Harlem(Shibuya) -> so famous!
    Venos (Shibuya)
    Velfarre (Roppongi) -> everyone knows!

    And my fav. place is Yellow. This is more clean and they surve real good hiphop music for dancers. For me better than Harlem!

    As for Japanese DJs, have you heard of "DJ Joey slick"? Well he is actually Japanese-American and his scratchings is just.. awesome! He also produces radio program called "Joint One Radio Show" on Inter FM (76.1) from 8-9pm during the week, you will never regret it!

  4. #4
    Join Date Mar 25, 2003
    Location Tokyo
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    Hey and they are all in Tokyo, kinda far from you maybe..
  5. #5
    Œγ”y Male
    Join Date Mar 27, 2003
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    I thought Velfarre was strictly trance? Am I wrong?
  6. #6
    Villain Male
    Join Date Feb 26, 2003
    Location Fukuoka (current), Nagoya, Sapporo
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    "As for Japanese DJs, have you heard of "DJ Joey slick"?"

    Speaking of turntables... Don't forget Hokkaido's very own DJ Honda baby. 'nuff said. 8-p
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    Œγ”y
    Join Date Mar 28, 2003
    Location Gumma (Japan)
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    hmmm..

    nope haven't heart about him only dj's a know:

    -krush
    -honda (have already see him life)
    -shadow
  8. #8
    Join Date Mar 25, 2003
    Location Tokyo
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    Yeah, Velfarre does trance too, but you can enjoy hiphop more!

    Hmmm.. DJ Honda baby? I haven't heard of him.. ah and i also am into DJ pone. I have been to DJ competition at Venos and he was one of judges there, at last he played his own scratchings.. my jaw just dropped open!
  9. #9
    Villain Male
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    Just "DJ Honda", heh. The "baby" was just a bit of personal flava. 8-p

    http://www.djhonda.co.jp/
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    Villain Male
    Join Date Feb 26, 2003
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    Here's an up and comer (one of Miami's own no less, and a Chinese-American) who's been getting a lot of exposure lately after winning seven fresstyle battles in a row on BET's "106 and Park" show. His goes by Jin and since then he's signed with Ruff Ryders (DMX, Eve, etc.) and is set to release his debut this year. Having seen him freestyle on BET I can attest this guy is for real and despite the fact he eerily sounds a lot like Eminem, I think he'll be a rising star to keep your eye on. Read more about him at the following link:

    http://www.mtv.com/news/yhif/jin/
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  11. #11
    Œγ”y
    Join Date Mar 28, 2003
    Location Gumma (Japan)
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    Thumbs up not 2 bad

    yeah i've never heart of jin but today i could already listen 2
    some songs of him....yeah he's dope
    not the same level as jigga or others but not bad.

    but i'd really say he's copying eminem's style.....
    or it's just because they got such a similar voice.

    jin da ruffryder it's strange man!
  12. #12
    Join Date Mar 25, 2003
    Location Tokyo
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    I haven't heard of Jin neither, i'll listen to him when i have got chance so far my fav is pone, netik, and joey slick tho. ;)
  13. #13
    ζ”y Male
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    mflo is cool....
    I know nothing...except the answer is 42. You know more than I do.
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    ζ”y Female
    Join Date Apr 3, 2003
    Location England
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    kick the can crew! heh if no one had heard them, then i would be happy to send you the mp3 of their first album on msn - its an hour mp3, but its good
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    That man in the corner Male
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    Wow, Dabo actually did some solowork as well! Usually you only see him in collaboration projects.
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    ζ”y
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    BUDDHA BRAND!!!
    killing for peace is like f*cking for chastity
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    Emperor Gakihito Male
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    Halcali,
    M-Flo.
    I Live In Your Toilet, Smells Bad In Here...

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  19. #19
    Œγ”y
    Join Date Jul 8, 2003
    Posts 1
    Dragon Ash and Kick The Can Crew are good. Also a song called 'What you want' by Heartsdales is another good tune

    Sukotto yori.
  20. #20
    ζ”y
    Join Date Jul 9, 2003
    Posts 84
    I think Japan Rap sounds funny, but I haven't heard a lot of it.
    Pretending I did not recognize,
    I was staring at the distant view from the small window.
    The echo of Angel's song is spreading through the sky,
    wafted in on the breeze.
    I see the leaves rustle in the wind, but no sound is to be heard.
    "It's just a sweet time's mischief,"
    I whispered to the sky.

    (Miserable, Gackt)
  21. #21
    Join Date Jul 9, 2003
    Posts 35
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    The thought of it scares me....
  22. #22
    Join Date Dec 23, 2002
    Posts 90
    Tuvalu
    the only J-Rap that i listen to is ShakkaZombie, but i do like more some K-Rap
    Gets! Gets! Gets! OOohhhhhhOhhh.......
    Dandy Sakano: [drinking] It's Spring Water. [dramatic silent laughter] [suddenly serious] GET's!!
    (get the hell out of my head Sakano :mad:
  23. #23
    Œγ”y
    Join Date Jul 16, 2003
    Posts 2

    Lightbulb japanese rap

    Hello.... I am in the U.S. teaching japanese to high school student.... sometimes we listen to rap..... this is what I found...
    If you go to cdbaby.com, and type in the name "Stoski" in the search box you will find a rap artist.. the names of the songs are in japanese, and plus you can here them...

    http://www.cdbaby.com/found?artist=s...album=&style=;) ;)
  24. #24
    ζ”y
    Join Date Jul 18, 2003
    Location Filipino
    Posts 32
    hey dont forget, Heartsdales.. they're my fav. female duo who could definitely rap!

    Mic banditz
    Ai
    Shing02
    Shakkazombie
    M-flo
    Sphere of Influence
    Rip slyme
    S-word
    Kick the can crew
    Dabo
    Rhymester


    thats all i know so far, but im sure someone knows more
  25. #25
    iami5o4 Female
    Join Date Jul 7, 2003
    Location California
    Posts 361
    United States
    I'm not into Japanese Rap and Hip-Hop period. But I am a little bit into American Rap and Hip-Hop._.
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