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Texas Hip Hop Massacre

by V/A

Hip Hop/ Rap/ Indie
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. Rob Viktum Texas Hip Hop Massacre
Rob Viktum
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1:27 $0.99
2. Bavu Blakes Play the Roll
Bavu Blakes
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3:41 $0.99
3. Assasyn Dynasty Vaccination
Assasyn Dynasty
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3:49 $0.99
4. The Free Agents Hip Hop vs. Rap
Free Agents
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5. Mes The Jive Turkey Fuck Yo Car
Mes the Jive Turkey
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6. V Zilla aka VG Skillz Classic
VG Skillz
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4:07 $0.99
7. Tahiti The Birth of Whack
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8. Voice Rock Voice Rock for President
Voice Rock
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9. Gutterball Crazy 88's
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10. Rob Viktum Rebeca's Song
Rob Viktum
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11. Deadicated Not Love
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12. Blunt Force Crew Invincible
Blunt Force Crew
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13. Cainam Beer Coaster
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4:05 $0.99
14. Headkrack Industry 101
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15. Massive What you gon do wit it
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16. Hydroponic Soundsystem O.S.T. for zonin'
Hydroponic Soundsystem
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Album Notes
The "Texas Hip Hop Massacre" is a compilation series established to promote all of the raw hip hop talent coming out of the lone star state. In this volume Nice Drop Records showcases a wide range of artist from every spectrum of rap music. With arguably one of the best line ups ever assembled from the entire state on a single disc, this is not just another compilation. Featuring tracks from Paul Wall, Bavu Blakes, Myone of Strangefruit Project, Money Waters, The Free Agents, Tahiti, Headkrack, V-Zilla aka VG Skillz feat. The Narcissists, Massive, Mes the Jive Turkey, Gutterball, Hydroponic Soundsystem, Rob Viktum, Asassyn Dynasty, Deadicated, Voice Rock, Blunt Force and Cainam... this is not just another compilation.

"Texas Hip Hop Massacre is still the most polished and legitimate introduction to the variety of Dallas hip-hop available..." -Dallas Observer


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Sam Machkovech

Texas Hip Hop Massacre is still the most polished and legitimate introduction to
In the hip-hop world, Houston and New York are among the bigger scenes known for mixtapes--CD-Rs in which rappers perform over unlicensed samples to get their name out and make a quick buck. So at last May's Conspiracy Radio Music Awards, recognizing the best in Dallas rap, I was intrigued to find a "Best Mixtape" category." I asked a few performers at the show: How does the Dallas scene compare?
Minutes later, I held a huge stack of local hip-hop mixes in my hands. Unfortunately, most of those were stolen when I hid them in a corner while using the restroom. (Thanks, guys.)

So I put out an open call to rappers at dfwhiphop.com, the scene's biggest Internet meeting ground, and asked for help restocking my losses. Sadly, the turnout was paltry, in spite of repeated attempts to get the online community riled up. Five mixes showed up in all, and they ranged from solid (Bavu Blakes' Blazing Saddles) to shameful (Sho's The Undisputed Champ). Fortunately, two stood out as worthwhile introductions to what the local mixtape scene has to offer.

Various: Texas Hip Hop Massacre

Nice Drop Dallas Observer favorite Tahiti drops two of his best tracks, "Hip-Hop Vs. Rap" and "The Birth of Whack," which alone make this compilation worth a grab, but even better is the opening, the hottest track to yet combine locals Bavu Blakes and Money Waters. "Play the Role" attacks overhyped down-South rappers with a balance of street cred and sharp wit, as Waters spits, "Hell, I been through struggles just like any other Texas boy, I'm seekin' currency cuz I'm currently unemployed."

Then there's Voice Rock, hidden in the dead center of the compilation but bringing the most confident flow to the disc. His "Voice Rock for President" has a sparse, old-school breakbeat set off by horn blasts, and he drops Jurassic 5-leaning rhymes like, "Miss, please could you strip like Gaza, put up your Dukes of Hazzard, puffin' grass at Dealey Plaza."

The rest is a mix of great (Deadicated brings some Definitive Jux flavor on "Not Love") and played-out (Cainam mimics Bloodhound Gang on "Beer Coaster," and Mes bores with Pimp My Ride references on "Fuck Yo Car"), but even with a few slip-ups, Massacre is still the most polished and legitimate introduction to the variety of Dallas hip-hop available. Many of these rappers perform at the Gypsy Tea Room this Saturday, and I'm guessing Money Waters, Voice Rock and Cainam will have a few copies of the disc on hand, too.

joey sullivan

very good stuff. well worth your money.
the compilation of good texas artists plus the overall feel of the album makes this cd a must for any inde. hiphop head. just the tracks from voice rock and deadicated make it worth my time but you are sure to find a few more good well put together tracks on this comp. that you'll like.

John Carter

Good Album
I wonder why i didn't come accross this album earlier.

I keep listening to the previews, and am buying tomorrow. :)