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DJ Smooth Denali
Best Of The Business - Hip Hop Classics Part Six
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Business as Usual is the third album from Hip Hop duo EPMD, released December 15, 1990 and their first on leading rap label Def Jam as a result of being signed over (along with Nice & Smooth) from their former label, Fresh Records.

part of my HIP HOP CLASSICS SERIES. HIP HOP CLASSICS YEARS 87'-90' PT 2 . Take Mixcloud on the go.

The quintessential Nas track and one of Hip Hop’s best songs ever, bar none. A classic narrative of life on the NYC streets, this is one of the many classics Nas’ partnership with DJ Premier would yield and just maybe the biggest of them all. 5. 2Pac - Dear Mama (1995). 2Pac was able to switch from a violent thug to an intelligent, sensitive guy like no other. OutKast have always been masters of the chorus, and this hit single has one of the most recognizable hooks off all their songs. One of the many highlights of the masterful Aquemini. 39. DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Summertime (1991). DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince‘s biggest hit and a track impossible to dislike. A feel good summertime anthem if there ever was one. Classic.

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Rap/Hip-Hop Songs, Rap/Hip-Hop Artists, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Songs, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Artists, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Albums, Rap/Hip-Hop Producers, Rap Lyricists/Emcees, Old School Hip-Hop, Why Rap Is Rock, Rap Timeline. 100 Greatest Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of the 90s. Criteria: These are the albums that epitomized all facets of hip-hop music/culture in the 1990s. They were chosen and ranked according to quality, popularity, timelessness and influence

EPMD - Business, Never Personal. Ka-rank the boombox as my sound knock from blocks, As I chill, and bust grills you take snapshots. (Headbanger). Another quality EPMD release. Not counting the aforementioned hit single, this album is strictly NY boom bap Hip Hop and Positive K shows he really has the skills to pay the bills. This is a dope album that should not be forgotten. Top tracks: I Got A Man How The F Would You Know Shakin’ One 2 The Head. and considering Shante’s mic skills this album should have been better. As it is, it’s an OK album that’s worth checking out for Hip Hop history purists.

1. obb Deep - Drop A Gem. 1. lack Sheep - Flava Of The Month. rian Nubians - Punks Jump Up. 2. otorious . G - Machine Gun Funk. Pete Rock - Fakin Jax. za Feat. Ghostface & Rza - 4th Chamber.

Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop" announced Diamond D as one of the best producers on the mic. It also gave us a sneak peek of hip-hop's future, in sound and rhyme. Finding early promotional copies of this album years later is like finding unicorn blood. Critical Beatdown" is important for three reasons: It's arguably the best album of 1988; it revolutionized the art of hip-hop sampling thanks to Ced-Gee's brilliant use of the E-mu SP-1200 sampler; and it introduced the world to the exceptionally creative weirdo known as Kool Keith. of 100. EPMD: 'Strictly Business'. EPMD is the most sampled group in hip-hop for good reason: Their production is a thing of beauty. Combine that with Erick and P's laid-back rhymes and you get strictly dopeness.

It was a landmark album for hip-hop, becoming the first Southern LP to earn a coveted five-mic score from The Source. The project advanced the genre to a place void of established notions, inspiring an entire generation of artists like Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar. Before it did all that, though, it secured Atlanta, and the rest of the South, a spot alongside New York and Los Angeles at hip-hop’s big boy table. Roughly 500 miles southwest of Atlanta, another hip-hop empire was rising up in New Orleans. Backed by the Bomb Squad’s chaotic production style, Public Enemy cemented itself as the icons of socially conscious, political rap. The album remains a landmark moment not only for hip-hop but for all of recorded music. The evolution of storytelling.

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1 Intro
2 EPMD So Whacha Sayin
3 EPMD Big Payback
4 EPMD I'm Mad
5 Redman Time For Sum Action
6 Das EFX Real Hip Hop
7 EPMD Knick Knack
Featuring – K-Solo
8 K-Solo Spellbound
9 Das EFX Jussumen (Remix)
10 Redman Rated R
11 EPMD Strictly Business
12 Redman Tonite's The Nite (Remix)
13 Das EFX Mic Checka (Remix)
14 K-Solo Fugitive
15 EPMD You're A Customer
16 Das EFX They Want EFX
17 Redman Tonite's The Nite
18 K-Solo Mom's In My Business
19 Keith Murray Most Beautifullest Thing
20 EPMD Crossover
21 EPMD It's My Thing
22 Redman Hardcore
23 Redman Superman Lova
24 EPMD U Gots To Chill
25 EPMD Rampage
Featuring – LL Cool J
26 EPMD Headbanger
Featuring – K-Solo, Redman


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