Here's ANOTHER DOSE OF 45s - it's kinda self explanatory really, but rather than my usual mix of funk classics and b-boy breaks, this time I have compiled an hour selection of dope Hip Hop 45s past and present. I know Hip Hop music was primarily released on the 12" format throughout the 1980s, but I have always collected as many hip hop 45rpm seven inch singles as I could get my hands on. Many 45s were promotional only releases from the 80s and 90s and were manufactured purely as a promo tool rather than to increase record sales. I've included a few promo only 7s in this selection together with a couple of recent and very essential 45rpm releases. Ain't nuthin' to it but to get into it...
TRACK LISTING: 45 KING instrumental KWAME - "The Rhythm" DOUG E FRESH - "Spirit" instrumental PUBLIC ENEMY - "Black Steel..." MARLEY MARL - "The Man Marley Marl" SUPER RAT - "Motorcycle Mike" SPOONIE G - "Spoonin Rap" TWO-TONE - "We Are Two-Tone" MAIN SOURCE - "Bootleggin'" POS K & MC LYTE - "I'm Not Havin It" MADMAN SHAWN - "Walk Thru Hell" THE PHARCYDE - "Live at Dodgers Stadium" BLUEPRINT - "No Half Smokin'" DAMU THE FUDGEMUNK - "When Winter Comes" SPOX PHD - "Brilliance" RASHEED CHAPPELL - "What I'm Here 4"
Yo, can we download this bro ?
sure JayTee you can DL on this link right here...
Don't forget to page Quinton before you listen ;o)
You da Bomb!!!
check Pharcydes debut LP JayTee ;)
Great work as always Kid D
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