Adventure in Hip Hop / Volume One - 80's Hip Hop Compilaton mp3 album
Title: 80's Hip Hop Compilaton
Date of release: 2003
Size MP3: 1193 mb
Size FLAC: 1978 mb
Format: AC3 DMF MP1 MP4 FLAC WMA WAV
Hip-hop was about poor kids taking broken pieces of the world around them and putting them back together. This was the true break with history-the end of the beginning, if not the beginning of the end. As complicated as it was creative, as contradictory as it was all-conquering, the story of hip-hop's eventual aesthetic takeover starts in the '80s. From artists like Slick Rick to the Fresh Prince, Public Enemy to the 2Live Crew, . . The art of the hip-hop album was perfected by the close of this remarkable decade. All these years later some discs sound dated while others feel fresher than ever.
A Hip Hop super classic. 3. Geto Boys - Mind Playing Tricks On Me (1991). This is not only Geto Boys’ signature and very best track but one the very best tracks in Hip Hop EVER. Check Brian Coleman’s Check the Technique: Liner Notes for Hip-Hop Junkies for the story behind ‘Mind Playing Tricks On Me’. 4. Nas - . State Of Mind (1994). Passin’ Me By is one of the big tracks off their epic debut album Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde and an undisputed Hip Hop classic. 9. Ice Cube - It Was A Good Day (1992). This feel-good hood anthem is not just Ice Cube’s best song, but one of the best songs in Hip Hop, period. Not just Common’s biggest song, but one of the biggest songs in Hip Hop, EVER. In this super classic track, Common cleverly describes what appears to be his changing feelings for a girl, but what turns out to be his ever-evolving relationship with Hip Hop.
Other top 80s Hip Hop songs included: Paid In Full - Eric B. & Rakim. Gittin' Funky - Kid n' Play. Smooth Operator - Big Daddy Kane. Somebody for Me - Heavy D and the Boyz. 80s Hard Core Hip Hop. 80s Gangsta Rap. By the late 80s, some rappers rebelled against this commercialization of 80s Hip Hop. Groups like Boogie Down Productions, Public Enemy, and . took rap in a different direction. They rapped about urban crime and the violent lifestyles they encountered growing up in the inner-city.
hop. Classic Material Bonus Tracks: The Remixes (Unmixed)by Chris Read. hop. Cold Lampin'by Disorda. René & Bacus ~ 80'S SOUL FUNK BOOGIE & ELECTRO PT 9 (Mixed 13 JAN 2016)by Rene&Bacus. Teaser LeFtO - Les Archives du Rap 1980 - 1990, 1991 - 2000, 2001 - 2010 (Universal France) - Mi. y LeFtO. A Sides 80's Hip Hop Mix - Sep 2010by A Sides. Old School Hip Hop Series Volume One. by Steve 'Miggedy' Maestro.
80s hip hop, or "old school" hip hop obviously plays a huge role in where rap is today. The "scene" wouldn't exist without these artists. These are the best rappers that basically defined hip hop culture and brought rap to the forefront of the music industry.
This list provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the "Lists consulted" section for full details. Inclusion on a list is indicated by numbering after each release. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation as to why each album has been considered important. The organization of the list is by date of release, ranging from Run-D. s eponymous debut in 1984 to Jay-Z's 2001 album, The Blueprint.
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. Last Updated: 2010-01-29. Thee Album - Redman (1992) 38. Don Killuminati: The 7-Day Theory - 2Pac/Makaveli (1996) 39. Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - Ol' Dirty Bastard (1995) 40.
80. BPM. best for a. 5:36. Schoolboy Q. Break the Bank.
|1||Africa Bambatta / Planet Rock (Dj Mix)||5:10|
|2||West Street Mob / Breakdance Boogie||4:41|
|3||Whodini / Freaks Come Out at Night||7:35|
|4||Fab Five Freddie / Chang That Beat||7:24|
|5||Sugar Hill Gang / 8th Wonder||2:47|
|6||Cold Crush Brothers / Weekend||3:04|
|7||The 45 King / 900 Number||2:38|
|8||Lakim Shabbazz / Pure Righteous||5:09|
|9||Boogie Down Production / The South Bronx||6:00|
|10||Jvc Force / Strong Island||4:02|
|11||Young Mc / Know How||4:08|
|12||Erick B & Rakim / I Know You Got Soul||4:48|
|13||Ultra magnetic Mc's / Taking No Shorts||2:59|
|14||The Jungle Brothers / Because I Got It Like That||4:36|
NotesCompiled: The Edkimo Killed Pop Posse
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