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This article was written by E on 16 May 2012, and is filed under Hip Hop.

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If you havent watched Thurz’s video for Dope, I’m going to need you to do that now.


Thurz. Dope. On top of being visually fun to stare at repeatedly, It just happens to be the exact type of Hip Hop I’m into.

Theres a lot of pharcyde influcence in this visually stunning music clip, with Thurz taking a play on the ever-popular “Lil Wayne Format” production technique of 8 to 16 bars of high hat or snare sounding drums, then 8 to 16 bars of obnoxious bass/808 drums. And it is wondrous to listen to. And to stare at. LA RIOT is the mixtape you should download for this track. Its pretty solid. Make sure you see him live with Stalley; they’ll be over at the El Rey Theatre on May 25th. Should be fun. For now, you watch the video below and enjoy.

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