RHH: Let’s post a few of our favorite Datpiff mixtapes!?

Because expanding our music taste is always fun!

XXX – Danny Brown

– (You should already have this, but just in case!)


Kendrick & Jay Rock – No Sleep Till NYC

eLZhi – Elmatic

Lil Wayne – No Ceilings
(actually good, listen before judging)

J Cole- FNL

Damn you already took Danny Brown and Flabush Zombies. Okay I got some more though.

Logic – Young Sinatra Undeniable
-Nice old School 90s vibe, with some mainstream sounding songs as well. I really like the diversity.
No Biggie, Disgusting, and Numbers are among my favs. on this tape.

Joey Bada$$ – 1999
-Also dope sound from the golden era. It’s the start of a trend to bring this type of hip-hop back. There is no song in here I have any complaints about and Survival Tactics never get’s old to me.
Survival Tactics, Fromdatomb$, and Waves are my favorite songs on this tape.

The Underachievers – Indigoism
-Very awesome contribution to the Beast Coast Movement. I like the third eye references, and all the existential ideas they present. Plus it is normal enough for people who don’t get that stuff, to understand the music.
Gold Soul Theory, New New York, and Sun Through Rain are the songs I bump most on this tape.

And I love Danny Brown and Flatbush Zombies. c:

Guerilla Monsoon Rap is one in all my in demand tracks via him. That Black concept joint’s gonna BANG! The call on my own, attack The Block, sounds promisingly fierce. seem at that production record, very solid. I recommend that’s what Gutter Rainbows necessary, some E. Jones, ninth, 88-Keys, and, oh yea, Oh No’s track became into the superb on that album. Him exhibiting up in this back is gonna be dope, distinctly after that loopy solid solo he dropped before. Fashawn collab- it is so exciting. Ab-Soul collab- absolute to be a banger. Skyzoo collab- gonna be a great Lyrical as quickly as greater. This sh*t’s only gotta be dope even for a mixtape.

Krit Wuz Here
Church Clothes
A Kid Named CuDi
Return of 4eva
King Remembered in Time
So Far Gone

That’s about it I can think off the top of my head but I’m always down to check out something new.

Lil B – God’s Father (2012)

Extremely consistent with the production as well as Lil B bringing out his best in most songs. Filled with emotion and fun this is my favorite mixtape of all time. People who claims Lil B sucked has probably only heard a few songs that aren’t even his best. This and other mixtapes as well as albums showcase his artistic ability. He used the samples really well.

Some Samples

Buss ‘Em 4 Points

(Original) Sara Smile by Hall & Oates

Fonk Ain’t Dead

(Original) Rock the Beat by Aaliyah


Big K.R.I.T. – K.R.I.T. Wuz Here (2010)

I stumbled upon this mixtape about 2 years ago and when I heard it the first time I was hooked. I played this mixtape probably a hundred times. It never gets old for me. All the flaws I heard the first time I listened to this is gone. It grew on me so much. K.R.I.T.’s lyricism on this isn’t as good as it is now but this mixtape has emotion, bangers and it’s just Hip-Hop that represents Mississippi Hip-Hop perfectly.


Children of the World

(Original) Children of the World United by Angela Bofill

Just Touched Down

(Original) Across 110th Street by Bobby Womack and Peace


I’ve heard all of the mixtapes you posted. XXX is one of my favorite mixtapes of all time also. Seriously recommend. To anyone who hasn’t listened to the greatness shame on you >:(

Nasa Mixtape by SGP is pretty good. I liked Blvcklvnd Rvdix the most out of his project. I especially like the influences of Chopped & Screw and DJ Paul & Juicy J that his music has.

D.R.U.G.S. by Flatbush Zombies is a solid tape. FZ is my favorite current Hip-Hop group in NY.

Lost in Translation by Mr. Muthaf*ckin eXquire is dope. Solid. I like his style. I agree you can’t go wrong with it.

*I would have posted more but Y!A only allows ten links in one answer :(*

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