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History Of Hip-Hop Vol.3 Part II/III: The Blueprint (Y'all Ready For This?!)

Discussion in 'DJ Mixes' started by Illuminati, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. Illuminati

    Illuminati TRIBE Member

    So, part two of the third volume in this series picks up pretty much where we left off last time. At this point we really start to see this next age of Hip-Hop music distance itself from the old model in both rhyme style and music production. This is where we really start to see the producer experimenting with different samples and surely was due in large part of the launch of the SP-1200 in 1987.

    Lyrically, the MC, really began to step up. Artists like Rakim, Special Ed, Cube, Kool G, LL, and KRS were making it increasingly difficult for the less lyrically innovative MC’s of the past to continue in the game. At this point artists like Kurtis Blow, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee and to some degree Run-D.M.C., started to become irrelevant. We also started to see the rise of the more social conscience/less street charged MC’s and crews like De La Soul, Tribe, 3Rd Bass. Of course, with the next part and the next volumes that will be explored further.

    Until then...

    C-Mart - History Of Hip-Hop Vol.3 Part II/III: The Blueprint (Y'all Ready For This?!) - SoundCloud


    It’s Funk Enough-The D.O.C.
    Potholesy In My Lawn-De La Soul
    The Iceberg-Ice T
    The Symphony-Marley Marl
    I Got It Made-Special Ed
    I Get The Papers-Audio Two
    My Name Is D Nice-D Nice
    You Played Yourself-Ice T
    Monte Hall-3rd Bass
    So What Cha Sayin’-EPMD
    Straight Outta Compton-NWA
    Its My Turn-Stezo
    Jack Of Spades-BDP
    Self Destruction-The Stop The Violence Movement
    Ya Bad Chubbs-Chubb Rock
    Follow The Leader-Eric B & Rakim
    Jingling Baby-LL Cool J
    Bring The Noise-Public Enemy
    Ain’t Sayin’ Nothing-Divine Styler
    Monie In The Middle-Monie Love
    Magic Number-De La Soul
    Droppin’ Rhymes On Drums-Def Jef
    Going Back To Cali-LL Cool J

  2. Illuminati

    Illuminati TRIBE Member

    These mixes are coming down soon, so grab them now if you want them.
  3. recoil

    recoil TRIBE Member

    you play Stezo - It's My Turn!! I've got doubles of that record. I was bumping that in my walkman when I was in highschool. actually I took the name of my latest mix from a line in that track.. - "you don't believe me? that's on the strength!" - bad tune

    big up. gonna download both these mixes now.
    Last edited: Oct 20, 2010
  4. Hal-9000

    Hal-9000 TRIBE Member

    Blargh, I think I missed this one before you removed.

    Lovin' these btw, keep 'em coming. Thanks for the music.
  5. Illuminati

    Illuminati TRIBE Member

    No worries, guys! Thanks for the feedback.

    Lol! Just noticed that the Y from the The D.O.C. cut ended up on the end of Potholes on the track list. Ha! "Potholesy"...lol!
  6. derek

    derek TRIBE Member

    dude. solid track listing. if you ever post it again. let me know.

    i gotta come in here more often.
  7. Illuminati

    Illuminati TRIBE Member

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