Top 10 Samples in Hip-Hop History #56 --------- (The Clones of DJ Funkenstein)

Top 10 Samples in Hip-Hop #56 (The Clones of DJ Funkenstein)

The Original #NFW version!

THE TOP 10 PLAYLIST

#1 - "7-6-5-4-3-2-1 (Blow Your Whistle)" by Gary Toms Empire (P.I.P - '75)

is a cover of

"Get Up" - Blue Mink

(To be featured in the upcoming video No Freakin' Way! (R&B / Boogie Edition)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Know How" - Young MC (Delicious Vinyl '89)

  • "Speak No Evil" - Everlast feat. Kool Nick (WB '89)

  • "Hey! Hey! Can U Relate? - DJ Mink (FON '89)

  • "Def Programma" - Tootskee & Czar MC (Fashion Disc '89)

  • "Endless Dawn" - A.Y.B Force (P-Vine '06)

#2 - "Are You Experienced?" by Jimi Hendrix Experience (Reprise - '67)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Passin' Me By" - The Pharcyde (Delicious Vinyl '89)

  • "How I Could Just Kill a Man" - Cypress Hill (Ruffhouse '91)

  • "B-Boy Bouillabaise" - Beastie Boys (Capital '89)

  • "Jimmy James" - Beastie Boys (Capital '92)


#3 - "Rock Candy" by Montrose (Warner Bros. - '73)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Don't Get Close" - Tone Loc (Delicious Vinyl '89)


#4 - "Roadwork" by Howard Roberts (Verve - '71)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Keep It Moving" - A Tribe Called Quest (Jive '96)

RIP

#5 - "Slippin' Into Darkness" by WAR (Island - '71)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Rock Dis Funky Joint" - Poor Righteous Teachers (Profile '90)

  • "Be Down" - Geto Boys (Rap-A-Lot '88)

  • "You Got Larceny" - 2 Live Crew (Luke Skyywalker '89)

  • "8 Ball" - DJ Quik (Profile '91)

  • "Looking Through Darkness" - Guru ft. Mica Paris (Chrysalis '95)

    and many more.......

#6 - "Cheatin' Is" by Millie Jackson (Spring - '77)

IS A COVER OF

"Cheatin' is" - Barbara Fairchild (Columbia '76)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "I'm A Thug" - Trick Daddy (Atlantic '01)

One of the Funniest Movie of All-Time: "What About Bob?"

#7 - "Ebony Jam" by Tower of Power (Warner Bros - '75)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "A Rollerskating Jam Named 'Saturdays' " - De La Soul ft. Q-Tip & Vinia Mojica (Tommy Boy '91)

  • "What Yo Life Can Truly Be" - De La Soul ft. A Tribe Called Quest, Dres & Vinia Mojica (Tommy Boy '91)

  • "B-Boy Bouillabaise" - Beastie Boys (Capital '89)

  • "To Tha Rescue" - D-Nice (Jive '91)

  • "If You Kling To Me I'll Klong To You" - The Chemical Brothers (Junior Boy's Own '94)

......and many more.......


#8 - "Who Is She (And What Is She To You)" by Gladys Knight & The Pips (Motown - '73)

IS A COVER OF

"Who Is He (And What is He to You)" - Bill Withers (Sussex '72)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Cum on Everybody" - Eminem (Interscope '99)

  • "Silent Murder" - Nas (Columbia '96)

  • "The Most Beautifullest Thing in This World" - Keith Murray (Jive '94)

  • "I Got Played" - Yo-Yo (EastWest '91)

  • "She Don't Want a Man" - Curren$y (Jet Life '11)

and many more.......


#9 - "Big Bad John" by Big John Hamilton (Sundazed - '68)

WAS SAMPLED ON

"Warm It Up, Kane" - Big Daddy Kane (Cold Chillin' '89)



#10 - "I Feel An Urge" by Syl Johnson (Twilight - '63)

WAS SAMPLED ON

  • "Juice (Know the Ledge)" - Eric B. & Rakim (MCA '91)

Shoutouts

Gratitude goes out to my entire crew. Lord Romanov & Tasherre Risay holding it down in Detroit, Lou from Paris Creative in NY, DJ Iron Mike in Jersey, Swif D in Harrisburg PA, Tim in New Haven CT, Jeff Harris & Behind the Grooves outta SF, Mudbone Tucker outta Sacramento, DJ Mach in San Bernardino, 360Mix & Danny Gonz in Fort Ladi Dadi, The Nowell Family in the LBC, Warren & Holly @ the Hoochie Coochie in Newcastle, Paul & Sharon from Scottish Soul Funk & Jazz Society, Vajeeha in London, Stewart Fielder in Ireland, DJ Prince in Norway, my YouTube fam DJ Souliva, Funkprovida, Shawn0612, Deep Crates and of course Paula Sunshine aka Bride of Funktual

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