30. Aug. 2014, 18:41 von denmiftah9th Wonder A Tribe Called Quest Alys Artifacts Black Moon Brand Nubian Clammbon By Nujabes Colour DJ Jazzy Jeff DJ Okawari DJ Premier DJ Spinna DSK Damu The Fudgemunk Dela Ed O.G. Fat Jon Force of Nature Gang Starr Illa J InI J Dilla J-Live Jaylib Jeru the Damaja Kev Brown Large Professor Little Brother Lord Finesse MIDICRONICA Madlib Marcus D Masta Ace Nomak Nujabes feat. Shing02 O.C. Oddisee Organized Konfusion Pase Rock Shing02 Slum Village Smif-n-Wessun Tangled Hair The Pharcyde Tsutchie Uyama Hiroto f(x) 소녀시대-태티서 제시카 태연
7. Jan. 2012, 17:39 von andreich__
2. Jan. 2011, 15:23 von AbbottSupremehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JUy6X9W8iM
Redefinition returns with more footage from Grap Luva’s visit to Damu The Fudgemunk’s home studio. More beats are played straight out of his E-mu SP1200 and more stories behind their creation.
I ended up in a Pete Rock bootcamp. - Grap Luva
20. Dez. 2010, 23:27 von AbbottSupremehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFua7lgljr8
Armed with his E-mu SP1200, Grap Luva visits the studio of Damu The Fudgemunk to run through a selection of beats from his collection of floppies. Along the way Grap Luva explains some of his musical influences and philosophy behind making beats.
Later on Grap tells the story of creating the beat for “Half Man, Half Amazin” by Pete Rock featuring Method Man.
Half Man Half Amazin (feat. Method Man)
11. Mär. 2010, 11:53 von shaolin86
3. Mai. 2009, 4:36 von wutanghejNewest selection of beats. I was looking for an emphasis on the funkier beats:
1. Lord Finesse: Keep it Flowing
2. Inspectah Deck: Get Ya Weight Up
3. Binary Star: Slang Blade
4. EPMD: Let The Funk Flow
5. Notorious B.I.G.: Machine Gun Funk
6. InI: Props
7. Eazy-E: Gimmie That Nutt
8. Brand Nubian: I'm Black And I'm Proud
9. Masta Killa: Old Man
10. Large Professor: Funky to Listen To
11. Jurassic 5: Great Expectations
12. Big Daddy Kane: Chocolate City
13. Jeru the Damaja: Ya Playin' Yaself
14. 2Pac: Toss It Up (Album Version (Explicit))
15. Rakim: Remember That
16. Dr. Dre: Let Me Ride
17. Gang Starr: Blowin' Up The Spot
18. Ghostface Killah: Kilo
19. Del Tha Funkee Homosapien: Dr. Bombay
20. Redman: Da Funk
8. Dez. 2007, 21:44 von MondayMassacreSo there I go. 50.000 plays scrobbled on last.fm and I'm still not tired of this system. It took me nearly two and half a year to get those plays scrobbled and the stats are nevertheless not quite correct.
I still can't scrobble songs I play in my car and I don't have a last.fm-plugin for my mp3-player, but well, I don't blame anybody for this :)
One of my last reports about last.fm is from my 1st anniversary, where I had listened to about 21.500 songs. Roughly calculating an average of about 60 tracks a day back then, I'm still on about 60 tracks a day today, which means, that I'm listening to my music quite constantly.
The current stats also include the listening-through of all of my music and categorizing it. A project which took already more than one year and is still continuing (although I'm pausing at the moment). Although the stats contain all the crap I won't listen to a second time, they pretty much reflect my taste. Especially the rolling 3 month charts represent my current…
9. Nov. 2007, 14:22 von beezer_b(Forenames first as on lastFM)
Ten favourite artists beginning with the letter I
10. International Music System (I.M.S.)
9. Isis (The Black Watch female rapper)
6. Incredible Bongo Band
5. Intelligent Hoodlum
4. Ice Cube
3. Isaac Hayes
1. The Isley Brothers
So I has some of my favourite favourites but isn't that deep. I'd struggle to do a top 15.
IMS get in for "Dancing Therapy" cos it's as good as anything out. Isis made probably my favourite female rap album. InI have about three of Pete Rock's best beats ever on their album and Grap and Rob are supremely cool rappers. The Iceman is the second best lithper in rap and the greatest interviewee in Hiphop history. Michael Viner's Incredible Bongo Band is Hiphop's daddy. Most of Tragedy's best work was released under the Intelligent Hoodlum name and is classic material, especially his second LP. Ice Cube is the coolest rapper to allways look like he just smelt shit and at his best could have hung with anyone on the mic. …
28. Aug. 2007, 5:29 von blaine236People Under the Stairs - Time To Rock Our Shit
Souls of Mischief - Cab Fare
Blackalicious - Make You Feel That Way
Deltron 3030 - 3030
louis logic - Dos Factotum
The Pharcyde & Sublime - Summertime
CunninLynguists - The Gates Ft. Tonedeff
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth - T.R.O.Y.
A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation
Gang Starr - You Know My Steez
InI - What You Say
Luniz - I Got 5 On It
MF Grimm - Scars and Memories
People Under the Stairs - Montego Slay
Black Star - Respiration
Cyne - Growing
MURS - L.A.
14. Aug. 2006, 14:33 von SlugOhttp://soulstar.blogsome.com/images/AzA.W.O.LCookinSoulRemixCover.JPG
Anyone interested in getting 3 dope remix albums for free and legally?
If so, you might want to head to Cookin Soul's site right about now.
These guys are a group of 3 producers/DJ's from Spain. Their combination of soul/funk samples and that early 90's aesthetic brings to mind another European hip-hop producer Soul Supreme, except that these guys sound even better.
The first thing I heard from Cookin Soul was a remix of AZ's latest album A.W.O.L. If you happen to remember, AZ is that guy who absolutely killed on Nas' Illmatic but later got criminally slept on (even by me). Although I've never heard the original A.W.O.L. I'm willing to say straight up that this remix album is better. It would be so hard to beat this.
They've also put out two remix albums that feature raps from the likes of InI, CL Smooth, Edo G, Dilated Peoples, Nas, Common, Little Brother, Rob-O and Big Daddy Kane. …