Top 10 Samples in Hip-hop History ~ Part 12
Volume 12 = 120 Classic Samples!
1) Funky Worm - Ohio Players =
- Dopeman - N.W.A.
- The Chronic Intro - Dr. Dre
- Black Superman - Above The Law
- Jump - Kriss Kross
2) School Boy Crush - AWB =
- Microphone Fiend - Eric B & Rakim
- Halftime - Nas
- Soul On Ice - Ras Kass
- Life Is Too Short
3) Love T.K.O. - Teddy Pendergrass =
- Back In The Day - Ahmad
- Compton's Most Wanted - Can I Kill It?
4) Jungle Jazz - Kool & The Gang =
- Drop The Bomb - Brand Nubian
- Pump Up The Volume - M/A/R/R/S
- I'm The Biz Markie - Biz Markie
- Rated R - Boo Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
5) Synthetic Substituton - Melvin Bliss =
- Ego Trippin (Ultra MC's Remix) - The Ultramagnetic MC's
- O.P.P. - Naughty By Nature
- GangStarr & Nice & Smooth - DWYCK
- Throw Ya Gunz - Onyx
- Ya Mama - The Pharcyde
- Don't Believe The Hype - Public Enemy
- M.E.T.H.O.D. Man - Wu-Tang Clan
- All I Need - Method Man & Mary J. Blige
- Funky Dividends - 3XsDope
- Just Rhymin With Biz - Big Daddy Kane
- and many many more..
6) I'm Not To Blame - Bobby Byrd =
- U Don't Know - Jay-Z
7) Gettin It On - Dennis Coffey =
- You're Gonna Get Yours - Public Enemy
8) I Get High - Freda Payne
- Good Times (I Get High) - Styles P
9) When The Revolution Comes - The Last Poets =
- Party & Bullshit - The Notorious B.I.G.
- Concerto in X Minor - Brand Nubian
10) Message To A Black Man - The Temptations
- Renegades of Funk - Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Foirce
- Undeniable - Mos Def
- You Can't Stop Us Now - Nas feat. Eban Thomas of The Stylistics & The Last Poets
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