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Were S.A.S ahead of their time as far as the U.K. scene?

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The whole 'swag rap' and 'trap/hustler rap' thing alot of u.k. rappers doing they been done that and do that that is their style. They were 1 of the first from U.K. to collab with U.S artists and producers due to the Roc/Dipset affuliation it is a big deal today when Krept and Konan collab with a Wiz Khalifa but S.A.S done collabed with Camron, Kanye, Swizz Beats 10 years ago. 1 of the first to actually rap in British accent 

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Yeah.

Had so many bangers.

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Yeah they're were tbh

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Yeah they're were tbh

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Definitely.

 

The don with the lisp/high pitch voice could flow so nice

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Definitely.

The don with the lisp/high pitch voice could flow so nice

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Yeah.

Had so many bangers.

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Bangers?

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.....bangers?

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Who the dude wid the gold teeth in doing fine again?

Had that tune with Stylez can't remember his name, he was ill.

I swear Nicholas was in SAS at one point, then he switched to Street Politiks right TF?, shit is so long ago can barely remember, he was ill too.

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.....bangers?

trust

They Did have bars and flows for days tho

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LOL @ Bad Boys not being a banger.

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I dunno, I guess I have a different criteria for what I'd call a "banger"

 

They've always seemed to me like people who're rapping like they've already blown without having done anything.

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I dunno, I guess I have a different criteria for what I'd call a "banger"

 

They've always seemed to me like people who're rapping like they've already blown without having done anything.

the freestyle they done over Special Delivery

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Yeah.

Had so many bangers.

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Meh, don't think they were ahead of their time. Just lucky with the dipset/roc-a-fella connection, which ended in embarrassment anyway, could have been instrumental in the rise of UK Rap, instead they stood on the fringes feeling holier-than-thou because they'd been c/s by americans.

 

Tables will turn *ozzie b voice*

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Who the dude wid the gold teeth in doing fine again?

Had that tune with Stylez can't remember his name, he was ill.

I swear Nicholas was in SAS at one point, then he switched to Street Politiks right TF?, shit is so long ago can barely remember, he was ill too.

 

Coinz/Bronze.

 

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He was in Eurogang/Fedayeen,

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If this ain't a banger then i don't know what is 

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used to think these man were corny because of the accents

 

did not know they went high school in america

 

who produced doing fine?

 

they had bangers tbf

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Meh, don't think they were ahead of their time. Just lucky with the dipset/roc-a-fella connection, which ended in embarrassment anyway, could have been instrumental in the rise of UK Rap, instead they stood on the fringes feeling holier-than-thou because they'd been c/s by americans.

 

Tables will turn *ozzie b voice*

 

It was embarrassing for Juelz Santana. S.A.S conducted them self well through that situation. Disagree about the holier than thou thing. When they were rapping that street/hustler/trap star shit there wasn't a market for it in the U.K. like there is now people didn't wanna accept Gangsta Rap from a U.K. rapper 

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Used to love these guys, never understood why it never happened for them tbh.

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