Ectomorph - Snake Charmer 06:15 14. Abby Echiverri - Dento Ronso 07:17 15. Clay Wilson - Arado 08:32 16. Zemi17 - Awera 07:32 1. A State Of Trance Classics, Vol. 10. 4, 96. Various.
A double album – with album ‘hosted’ by De La Soul and album by Kool Keith & Sir Menelik – Lyricist Lounge Vol. 1 offers more than two hours of pure Hip Hop gold. Raw Hip Hop beats and scratches combined with clever and socially conscious lyrics – there are virtually no weak tracks here, and A LOT of standouts. Big Apple Rappin’: The Early Days of Hip-Hop Culture in New York City 1979–1982 (2006). DJ Clue – The Professional 3 (2006). DJ Jazzy Jeff – The Return of the Magnificent (2007). Mathematics Presents Wu-Tang Clan & Friends Unreleased (2007). Peanut Butter Wolf Presents Stones Throw: Ten Years (2007). A Family Tree (2008). Wu-Tang Chamber Music (2009).
Mimosa - Another Day 15 Years Of Muti - Glitch Hop features an epic group of artists, many of whom helped define the genre ‘Glitch Hop’. The tunes are a representation of edgy neuro funk, booming baselines, infectious melodies that move people to dance. 15 Years Of Muti - Glitch Hop features an epic group of artists, many of whom helped define the genre ‘Glitch Hop’.
Old School Rap Volume 4. Various Artists. Unlike the rest of the Old School Rap series, which presents these classic, must have hip hop cuts in their full glory, Vol. 3 ruins them by slicing and dicing them into truncated versions. Some genius decided that simply presenting these immortal songs in their entirety wasn't good enough, and they hired the legendary Grandmaster Flash to chop them up and present them mix tape style. I was very disappointed with this album. I can't believe that the label who put this out (THUMP) felt the target audience would be interested in hearing a mix sesssion that sounds like it was done by ME in my bedroom when I was 12 years old.
Best of Old Skool Hip Hop is a little imposing at first, with its six discs, but a closer look reveals it to be a bit less intimidating that initially thought. First off, two of the discs are 45-minute DJ mixes, and the other four have only 11 songs each, which means that when you take away tracks like Stereo MC's' "Connection" (great song, but not hip-hop) and obscure pieces like Black Bean Sauce's (who?) "Sneakers" and Zaki's "The Sequel," the remains are a lot more negotiable
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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.
The '80s was hip-hop's first real decade, the era when everything started to blow up. There's an old saying that no idea's original: "There's nothing new under the sun. It's never what you do, but how it's done. And it's true that hip-hop was a continuation of a much longer story about black American culture. 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. Which records have stood the test of time? Which one embodies hip-hop best?