Top 10 Samples in Hip-Hop History ~ Part 13

Today's Top 10

1) Wikka Wrap ~~ The Evasions

  • 1,2,3,4 (Sumpin New) - Coolio

2) Oh Honey ~~ Delegation

  • Funky Dividends - Three Times Dope

  • Back In The Day - Ahmad

  • Quickie - Geto Boys

3) Gangster Boogie ~~ Chicago Gangsters

  • Gangsta Shot Out - Compton's Most Wanted

  • Gangster of Love - Geto Boys

  • Gangster Boogie - Kool Moe Dee

  • Gangster Boogie - Mantronix

  • Gangster Boogie - Schoolly D

4) Loose Booty ~~ Sly & The Family Stone

  • Shadrach - Beastie Boys

  • True Fu-Schnick - Fu-Schnickens

  • K-Rocks the House - MC Lyte

5) Let's Get Small - Trouble Funk

  • Criminal Minded - Boogie Down Productions

6) Don't Change Your Love - The Five Stairsteps

  • Jazz (We've Got) - A Tribe Called Quest

  • Give It To Me - Big Daddy Kane

  • Let the Horns Blow - Chi Ali

  • The Big Man & The Funky - Chubb Rock

  • Charms Alarm - Common

  • Buddy - De La Soul

  • One for the Road - House of Pain

  • A Bird in the Hand - Ice Cube

  • Eat Em Up L Chill - LL Cool J

  • A Walk Through the Valley - Masta Ace

  • Hip-Hop Hooray - Naughty By Nature

  • Blunts & Ooh Child - Nice & Smooth

  • Maintain - Organized Confusion

  • Can't Front On Me - Pete Rock & CL Smooth

  • A Flower Grows Up in Brooklyn - Positive K

  • Behind Bars - Slick Rick

7) Theme from The Planets - Dexter Wansel

  • Jack of Spades - Boogie Down Productions

  • Gutfest '89 - Digital Underground

  • I Ain't No Joke - Eric B & Rakim

  • Last Night - Kid N Play

8) Runaway (I Wouldn't Change a Thing) - Coke Escovedo

  • Follow The Leader - Eric B & Rakim

  • Monie in the Middle - Monie Love

9) Let Me (Let Me Be Your Lover) - Jimmy Bo Horne

  • Connected - Stereo MC's

10) Dance to the Drummer's Beat - Herman Kelly & Life

  • Lesson Three (The History of Hip-Hop Mix) - Double Dee & Steinski

  • Megamixx - 2 Live Crew

  • Live at Union Square & Magnicent Jazzy Jeff- DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince

  • Pump That Bass - Original Concept

  • Dopeman - N.W.A

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Nathan 8 years ago

Hi Funktuall! This is the first time I leave a comment after watching one of your videos, 'cause most of the time I'm busy listening to all the great stuff you let me discover. You're one dope, funky human being! Keep up the very, very, very good work!


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rockdamost 8 years ago from Berlin

YOU ARE MY MAN (I know your Wife will complainin), but yesterday all of a sudden I found you on utube where I was looking for the source of "Number900" by Mark the 45 King. First i saw Part10 of your Sample-School inwhich you startet weakly and then by the first beats exploding. I thought, this must be my Brother. i grewed up in the 80´s and with 15 i got first time into a real Disco. I came there early because i´d have gone little earlier. The Dj, inside a DJ-Box( save from bottles or what), was playing "old" Funk Tunes when the Club was still empty. As i stand beside with my Tom Collins, he played "Atomic Dog" and the hole Dj-Box was shaking: DWODWODODUMMDUMMDUMM! Guess what - I was totally infected, i mean, my Parents listened to Songs like "Lovemachine" by Supermax while Party, but this was too much! And as he played "Fck the Devil" by Cpt. Blowfly, it gave me the rest!

Then came Rap(Hip Hop) to Germany and a lot of People told me this is just a temporarely Wave which will end five years later....WHAT? How You Like It Now Suckas? Hip Hop was like a Tornado that shaked up so many other Music-Styles with just Two Turtables and a Microphone! I saw Afrika Bambaataa, Kurtis Blow, Puplic Enemy, Just-Ice, T-La Rock, RUN DMC, Beastie Boys, De La Soul(White-Mans-Band-) and other live in the 80´s and they had the Funk.For me the Funk is like "The Book", it is still about to be written, like Bob Marley said: We got to fullfill the Book! O.K. keepin it down, all I want to say is that i soak up all of that and i wanna go deeper inside. Thank You for being what You are and what You do.

As i digged through Your fantastic E-work, i missed something( maybe it is there but i havent found it yet), it is the beat-base of some Songs. Actually i remenber that i´m looking for break-beat source of "Super Rappin No.2" by Grndmstr Flash(EPMD also used this for "It´s my Thing") + "You know my Steez" by Gangsatrr + "Use Me" by Steady B. And bye the Way, what else did Marlena Shaw on Hip Hop Tunes, I know that "Woman of the Ghetto" includes a sample which was used for "Remember Me" by Blue Boy.

Oh if you have red this i wasted enough of your time. i hope to hear from you. Excuse my crappy English!

Funk Bless You!

al


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove Author

Mountain Live: (Windfall 1972)

* “Long Red” (Drums Vocals)     

Kanye West’s “The Glory”     

A Tribe Called Quest’s “Glamour and Glitz”     

A Tribe Called Quest’s “Jazz (We've Got)”     

Artifacts’s “The Ultimate”     

Capitol Tax’s “Can You Dig It”     

Cash Money & Marvelous’s “Ugly People Be Quiet”     

Compton's Most Wanted’s “Growin' up in the 'Hood”     

Depeche Mode’s “Walking in My Shoes”     

Double XX Posse’s “School of Hard Knocks”     

EPMD’s “It's My Thing”     

EPMD’s “Strictly Business”     

Eric B and Rakim’s “Eric B is President”     Eric B and Rakim’s “Put Your Hands Together”     

Esham’s “666”     Ghostface Killah’s “Child's Play”     

Ice Cube’s “The Birth”     

MC Shan’s “So Fresh”     

Nas’s “It Ain't Hard to Tell”     

NWA’s “Real Niggaz Don't Die”     

Peanut Butter Wolf’s “A Tale of Five Cities”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “Ghettos of the Mind”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “Good Life”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “Return of the Mecca”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “Searchin'”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “Soul Brother #1”     

Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “What's Next on the Menu?”     

PMD’s “I'll Wait”     

Public Enemy’s “Louder than a Bomb”     

Rakim’s “New York (Ya Out There)”     

Special Ed’s “Walk the Walk”     

The Roots ft Mos Def’s “Double Trouble”     

Tragedy’s “Shalom a Leck”     

Young Black Teenagers’s “Roll with the Flavor”


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rockdamost 8 years ago from Berlin

WOW Do we talking about one sampled Beat for all these following Artists?!

I know Mountain but have just one Record, they have enormous Beats but now this...I got to get it, i got got gotta get it!

Thanks and if you find the time to answer the other Questions...!

Bless You

 

al


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove Author

You Know My Steez s actually sampling:

1) Flash is on the Beatbox - Grandmaster Flash

2) Music Lets Me Be - Les McCann

3) Drowning in the Sea of Love - Joe Simon


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rockdamost 8 years ago from Berlin

Oh my Dear, how do You know all these? I mean this is deep diggin! And sometimes, you don´t hear it in the Originals, like Mountain "Long Red" ( I changed them before with Steamhammer), they created that almost simple Beat and then listen to what Rap-Artist made out of that. It´s absolutely faszinating to go back to the roots of it all, i tried to find a music-file of Les McCanns "Music lets me be", in the Web, but after one hour i gave up. the next thing is, i only buy Vinyls ( i copy them to my mac, but cd or soakin mp3 files- forget it!) and this makes my budget going bye bye. Fortunately there are Guys like www.soultrade.de, who are sharing the love to those classics. Solong, know I got a Hub-Page and it´s empty. I ask myself what to do with it? I mean this is an US Page and talking about the Cruelty after 2000 Years of Christianity will bring me no more Friends. Maybe I start a Column with the Topping "What i like about America"! Matt Groening will be a good Cliffhanger. O.K. joke beside, i´m in aware of your Next Episode....hold up....!

God Bless You!

al


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DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove Author

Hey chanks!


andres 8 years ago

If i'm right you not have used yet ::(maybe i'm not)

bob james - nautilus --> follow the leader - eric b and rakim..

billy paul - i'm a black enough for ya... --> schooly d - am i black enough for ya.

love your show anyway..


DJ Herb 7 years ago

Cool tooooonnnnzzz as per usual, props from the UK - especially for the #1 sample...


cal5000 7 years ago

Patrice Oneal did a couple of shifts for Opie and Anthony and talked about samples, he was shocked at how little he knew about early hip hop and smaples.

This is fundamental--there should be a game show of hip hop heads versus music freaks and older folks who know music to see who holds the hip hop sample crown.


breaka from montreal 7 years ago

i watch all of your video on youtube and i notice that you never talked about a sample that average white band did chek da person to person track at about 2minutes flat and tell me about it.By the way your the best, keep da funk alive......

p.s.: sorry for the syntax english his not my first language


Dobo 6 years ago

Dude, you are the institution of funk! Love the vids , keep them coming,

peace.


Dobo 6 years ago

Just a note, maybe I missed it, but have you done the amen break yet?


oskar 6 years ago

theme from the planets was also used by a norwegian hiphop duo called Madcon:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUrl6qoFR0g&feature...


THANNYA 5 years ago

I LIKE THIS SITE I LIKE IT I LIKE IT, I WANT TO KNOW MORE. FONDLY THANNYA FROM THE CENTER OF THE WORLD EQUATOR.


IronLung 5 years ago

Wow man i love all that you put up and thank you for putting up these samples, im tired of people go o yo this kanye beat is hot...man he took it from someone


RobMcg 5 years ago

Hey mate…I had to give you a comment, this is a very first time for me to actually do this, I’ve never commented?blogged whatever... anyone ever over the net! You are the first you’ve just brought back so many good memories listening for me from when I was growing up. First listening to Hip Hop (electro) then sourcing the breaks with my buddy’s in old record shops and car boot sales(flea markets) oh!! the smell was awful sometimes. Finding that magic record/break/sample going back to the house dropping the needle and BAM THERE IS….it was madness. You rein-act that same vigor/craziness when that beat use to drop for us.History repeating itself.

I’m 40trs old now three kids still got the vinyl but stored away!!! But not for long, I’m going pull them out and educate my kids on real real music from back in the day.

Cheers buddy keep up the good work and I’ll keep listening. My favourite break beat “t plays it cool” Marvin Gaye. Big shout out to Trevor M & Sean E the BREAKBEAT KINGS


SAPHIRE 5 years ago

What happened to disco rocket LP .from the 70s

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