Top 10 Samples in Hip-Hop History ~ Part 8
Top 10 Samples Volume 8
1) Funky Drummer by James Brown = Scarlet Begonias - Sublime and hundreds more!
2) Open Your Eyes - Bobby Caldwell = The Light - Common
3) One Step Ahead by Aretha Franklin = Ms. Fat Booty - Mos Def
4) Hot Music by SoHo = Superstarr Part Zero - K-OS
5) My Thang by James Brown = Funky Child - Lords of the Underground
6) The Breakthrough by Isaac Hayes = The Breakthrough - LL Cool J & Tonz of Gunz - Gang Starr
7) Bolero Medley by Celeste Legaspi = Kick, Push - Lupe Fiasco
8) Home is Where the Hatred Is by Gil Scott-Heron = My Way Home - Kanye West featuring Common
9) The Message from The Soul Sisters by Myra Barnes a/k/a Vicki Anderson = Freedom of Speech - Above The Law
10) Name and Number by Curiosity Killed The Cat = Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey) - De La Soul
More by this Author
Here we are again. My broken camera was a big loss in terns of progress for Funk Appreciation Month but alas, everything happens for a reason. My time off from vlogging allowed me to see the big picture a lil' better...
I have done quite a lot of samples since I last hubbed so let's play a little catch-up, shall we? Submitted for your approval, my last five episodes of Top 10 Samples in History. I would like to invite you to...
This epic list was inspired by my childhood radio station WLIR-WDRE 92.7 fm on Long Island. Their mantra was 'Dare To be Different' and they were introducing new bands every single week. Let's begin.