Favorite Old School Midwest CD's?

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Loards

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As a Bay Area native I've grown up slappin the same music for a while (dudes like Nickatina, Mac Dre, The Jacka, Dru Down), but what Midwest CD's would y'all recommend?

I heard Big B's album 'Nothing But Game' since it got Deco-D on there who's from Frisco but y'all gotta put me on some other old school stuff. I rock Bone Thugs and Common and the famous dudes like that, but I'm in need of some more lesser-known stuff.

Any recommendations appreciated foreal thx family ::beer::
 
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Loards

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Word playa I just copped that Bohn album!! I've been very impressed with what I've heard in Rich the Factor's music as well, I'm tryna get on that Midwest stuff you feel me!! Thanks a million G
 
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Loards

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Throwin it on for my flight right now, I'm likin the sound so far man thanks a lot!
 

JOK3R187

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Not sure if count's as ''old school" since it dropped in 2000, but definitely slept on rapper from KC, even at the time it dropped and only come to know about it after randomly finding it on Soulseek before purchasing a hard copy from Ebay.

Getting a couple unreleased Tech N9ne track's that D.O.V.E. was on made me wanna peep more from dude.
 

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BIG CHUNK

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Surprised the midwest doesn't get more love on the Siccness. Some of my favorite albums are based outta KC, D-Town, etc......

Here's a few I typically slap:

C.S.T. - Harvest Time (KANSAS CITY, MO - 1996)
Big Pat - Losin It (DETROIT, MI - 2000)
Gank Move - Come Into My World (DETROIT, MI - 1994)
N 4 Redd - Soldier's Ride (GARY, IN - 1998)
Original Menace - Doin Dirt (GARY, IN - 1998)
Perjury - Life As a Ryder (GARY, IN - 1999)