old hip hop joints you’re feeling AGAIN.

Young_PhonicsYoung_Phonics 8,041 Posts
edited February 2018 in Music Talk
Yeah I'm not really sure how this happend but I've digging up some old hip-hop 12's that I'm loving all over agian, add on nukka's:

  1. Ice Cube: You Know How We Do It
  2. Paris: Days of Old
  3. Jay-Z: Feelin' It
  4. N.W.A.:Express Yourself
  5. Common Sense: Resurection (the extra p remixes)
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  • dayday 9,612 Posts
    this whole thread is so.... tired.





    Give it a rest and buy some fucking Ying Yang Twinz already joo beech.
















































































  • HAZHAZ 3,373 Posts
    Hmmmm...

    MC Lyte - Stop, Look & Listen
    Steady B - Let The Hustlers Play
    De La Soul - Supa Emcees
    2ND II None - More Than A Player
    Organized Konfusion - Stress Remix
    Saafir - Battle Drill


  • Paris: Days of Old
    Jay-Z: Feelin' It
    Common Sense: Resurection (the extra p remixes)

    Hell yeah to those 3.
    Lemme add Jay's D'Evils in there & Dead Presidents as well, good times, good times when those were out...

    Paris' Days of Old - I truly dig that song.



    Some serious dinosaur egg shit I been blasting lately:

    Lord Finesse - Isn't He Something & Yes You May (both versions)
    Schooly D - Livin in the Jungle (I just like this damn song).
    45 King - Coolin.
    Scientifik - I Got Planz
    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap
    King Sun - Be Black
    YZ - Thinking of a Master Plan



  • UMADUMAD 187 Posts

    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap


    Markey Fresh - Mack of Rap

    Yes.

  • soulrezsoulrez 565 Posts
    jungle brothers 1st lp
    main source - breaking atoms
    del 1st lp
    PRT 1st LP
    Brand Nubian 1st LP

    been in heavy rotation w/ all thee above, cant limit it to one song...

    peace

  • ElexElex 22 Posts
    "Aint The Devil Happy" Jeru the Damaja

    all Lord Finesse, period.

    All Wu Tang, period.


  • kennykenny 1,024 Posts
    this Buckshot Lefonque 12" with a real nice Salaam Remi remix.




  • Organized Konfusion - open your eyes

    Tuff Crew - Soul Food

    Peanut Butter Wolf feat. Rasco - Run the line


  • BeatChemistBeatChemist 1,465 Posts
    Steady B - Let The Hustlers Play

    I just picked that up at a radio station sale a few months ago. Dope track. Some nice chops and drum programming. I used the beat on this instrumental mixtape I'm working on. B-side isn't as nice, but still good.

    "Philly!!! Got the hustlers!! New York!! Got the Hustlers!!!....."


    Craig Mack - Flava in Ya Ear (remix)

    Was just playing it this morning and I forgot how good it is. A little on the long side - I could do without the LL verse. The Warriors reference intro is jokes too... I totally forgot about it.



  • Tuff Crew - Soul Food

    (cue Rocky Theme over Sucker MC's beat now...)

    No doubt!!
    Was gone mention some TC in my post, as thats always on blast in my headphones.

    Favs...

    It's Mad -- Still gives me goosebumps, They murdered Che'LaLa.

    What You Don't Know -- TooTuff's cuts are unfuckwitable here, no fancy fader curves in them days either folls!

    Got To be Funky -- This fuckin beat is ridiculous. !!!

    Honorable mention, Nut & Mountains World + damn near everything else.

  • DJ_EnkiDJ_Enki 6,471 Posts

    King Sun - Be Black

    I can't stop playing this song. I probably should give it a bit of a rest at this point, but I just can't leave it alone. Such a hot track. Anybody know what the piano loop is?

    Besides that, lately I've been trippin' over:

    Three Times Dope--"Greatest Man Alive"
    Roxanne Shante--"Have a Nice Day"
    YZ--"In Control of Things"
    Mic Geronimo f/ OC & Royal Flush--"Men vs. Many"
    Downtown Science--"The Topic Drift"

  • Give it a rest and buy some fucking Ying Yang Twinz already joo beech.[/b]

    That's where these dudes are chillin:

  • ariel_calmerariel_calmer 3,762 Posts
    Three Times Dope--"Greatest Man Alive"
    Roxanne Shante--"Have a Nice Day"

    Oh definitely. I found a near mint copy of the 3xD to replace my beater today and I asked my boy if he was into it and got a .... couldn't believe that shit....

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    Last week I was running the WuTang 36 Chambers cd in the car, and wound up rewinding "Da Mystery Of Chessboxing" many many times.

  • Young_PhonicsYoung_Phonics 8,041 Posts


    Peanut Butter Wolf feat. Rasco - Run the line



    The Lord Finesse remix can't be fucked with.

  • ariel_calmerariel_calmer 3,762 Posts
    How about duke bootee productions on beauty and the beat???

  • edpowersedpowers 4,437 Posts

  • oldnewsouloldnewsoul 238 Posts
    POOR RIGHTEOUS TEACHERS-ROCK DIS FUNKY JOINT
    KID N PLAY- GETTING FUNKY
    JUST ICE- MOSHITUP
    LORD FINESSE F BIG L & PERCEE P- YES YOU MAY REMIX

  • Big_StacksBig_Stacks "I don't worry about hittin' power, cause I don't give 'em nuttin' to hit." 4,670 Posts
    Hey,

    Here are some I've been pumpin around in the ride:

    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common.
    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep.
    -"Prayer for Sinners"-No I.D. ft/ Dug Infinite.
    -"Cha, Cha, Cha" and "I'm Am the Lyte"-MC Lyte.
    -"Declaration"-De La Soul.
    -"Posse Jumpa"-Blahzay, Blahzay.
    -"Done by the Forces of Nature"-The Jungle Brothers.
    -"Gimme Dat (Bwoy)"-Boogie Down Productions.
    -"Morals"-The UMCs.
    -"Ova Confident"-Nine.
    -"Jussemen (Remix)"-Das Efx (one of Pete Rock's finest!!!).
    -"Crank up the Bass"-Kaos.

    Peace,

    Big Stacks from Kakalak

  • kennykenny 1,024 Posts
    i need to find that Nine album. what is it? "Cloud 9" or something ?

    never had a chance to listen to the whole thing.

  • The_NonThe_Non 5,690 Posts
    I didn't like it when I used to listen to this, but I'm now liking:

    Fried Chicken-Beatnuts

    It has some bass drops I never noticed when I previously listened to it ages ago.

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    T.N.


  • Young_PhonicsYoung_Phonics 8,041 Posts
    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common.
    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep.


    What albums are these off of?

  • Big_StacksBig_Stacks "I don't worry about hittin' power, cause I don't give 'em nuttin' to hit." 4,670 Posts
    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common (from the "Musical Massacre" LP)[/b] .

    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep (from the "Hell on Earth" LP)[/b] .






    What albums are these off of?



    Peace,



    Big Stacks from Kakalak

  • Young_PhonicsYoung_Phonics 8,041 Posts
    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common (from the "Musical Massacre" LP)[/b] .
    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep (from the "Hell on Earth" LP)[/b] .


    What albums are these off of?


    Oh, FILE UNDER:

    two of Phonics' favourite groups that put out "so-so" albums, so he just kind of slept on 'em and started buying raers instead.

  • Big_StacksBig_Stacks "I don't worry about hittin' power, cause I don't give 'em nuttin' to hit." 4,670 Posts
    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common (from the "Musical Massacre" LP)[/b] .

    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep (from the "Hell on Earth" LP)[/b] .






    What albums are these off of?





    Oh, FILE UNDER:



    two of Phonics' favourite groups that put out "so-so" albums, so he just kind of slept on 'em and started buying raers instead.



    Out of sheer curiosity, what are some examples of "great" hip-hop LPs in your estimation?



    Peace,



    Big Stacks from Kakalak

  • DJBombjackDJBombjack Miami 1,665 Posts
    'Strictly From The Bronx' - Hard Knocks

  • Young_PhonicsYoung_Phonics 8,041 Posts
    -"Slam Pit"-The Beatnuts ft/ Cuban Linx and Common (from the "Musical Massacre" LP)[/b] .

    -"Can't Get Enough of It"-Mobb Deep (from the "Hell on Earth" LP)[/b] .






    What albums are these off of?





    Oh, FILE UNDER:



    two of Phonics' favourite groups that put out "so-so" albums, so he just kind of slept on 'em and started buying raers instead.



    Out of sheer curiosity, what are some examples of "great" hip-hop LPs in your estimation?



    Peace,



    Big Stacks from Kakalak





    Big Stizzle:



    Grat Hip-Hop LP's? Alright



    Tribe Midnight Maruaders

    Common sense resurection

    Pete Rock & CL Smooth: Main Ingredient

    INI (whatever it was titled)

    Dr.Dre 2001

    Public Enemny (do I even have to mention 'em)

    People Under The Stairs OST (bring on the hate, hoes!)

    Jay-z: Black Album (paul nice version)

    Organized: stress

    nas Ilmatic

    beatnuts: the second joint

    the second mobb deep lp

    gza: liquid swords



    I mean pretty basic stuff, I mean I wish I could say some random early 90's fast rap or some local turf rap, but being a dj I don't really check albums. It's obvious I haven't really peeped an album in like a couple of years.

  • dayday 9,612 Posts
    this is serious business

  • this is serious business

    gawd yes!

    Have you ever heard that old Fila Fresh Crew 12"...damn I did NOT realize that was the DOC!

  • In my rotation:

    1. The Best of Enjoy Records (I really have to pick up the Treacherous Three S/T)
    2. Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown (particularly 'Give the Drummer Some')
    3. Just Ice - Kool and Deadly
    4. Super Lover Cee and Casanova Rud - Girls I Got 'Em Locked
    5. Dana Dane - Dana Dane With Fame
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