Top 10 Samples in Hip-Hop History ~ Part 2
Here we go again!
Let's Go Back To The Old School, shall we?
This Episodes TOP 10 Random Samples and Breakbeats
Sukiyaki by Kyu Sakamoto >> A Taste of Honey = Ladi Dadi by Doug E. Fresh & MC Ricky D
I Can't Stand the Rain by ANN PEEBLES = The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) - Missy 'Misdemeanor' Elliott
Sweet Green Fields by Seals & Crofts = Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See - Busta Rhymes
Misdemeanor by Foster Sylvers = It's Funky Enough by The D.O.C.
Root Down and Get It by Jimmy Smith = Root Down - Beastie Boys
Daydream in Blue by I Monster = Daydreamin' - Lupe Fiasco & Jill Scott
Love, Need and Want You by Patti LaBelle = G.H.E.T.T.O Musick - OutKast
Are You My Woman (Tell Me So) by The Chi-Lites = Crazy In Love - Beyonce with Jay-Z
Ready Or Not, Here I Come by The Delfonics = Sock it 2 Me - Missy Elliott & Da Brat >>> Ready or Not - Fugees
Today by Tom Scott = Reminisce (t.r.o.y.) - Pete Rock & CL Smooth
MORE? You Want More?
'Misdemeanor' by Foster Sylvers
WAS ALSO SAMPLED BY..
- AALIYAH for "Back & Forth"
- HEAVY D AND THE BOYZ for "Spend A Little Time On Top"
- AFRIKA BAMBAATAA for "Death Mix"
- SHYNE'S "That's Gangsta"
- BIG DADDY KANE's "Get Bizzy"
- SWV's "Gettin Funky"
'Root Down (And Get It)' by JIMMY SMITH
WAS ALSO USED FOR THE 3rd Bass classic "Steppin' to the A.M."
'Love, Need and Want You' by PATTI LaBELLE
WAS ALSO USED BY Kelly Rowland ft. Nelly for "DILEMMA"
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