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Top 10 Samples in Hip-hop History ~ Part 12

Updated on April 1, 2011

Volume 12 = 120 Classic Samples!

1) Funky Worm - Ohio Players =

  1. Dopeman - N.W.A.
  2. The Chronic Intro - Dr. Dre
  3. Black Superman - Above The Law
  4. Jump - Kriss Kross

2) School Boy Crush - AWB =

  1. Microphone Fiend - Eric B & Rakim
  2. Halftime - Nas
  3. Soul On Ice - Ras Kass
  4. Life Is Too Short

3) Love T.K.O. - Teddy Pendergrass =

  1. Back In The Day - Ahmad
  2. Compton's Most Wanted - Can I Kill It?

4) Jungle Jazz - Kool & The Gang =

  1. Drop The Bomb - Brand Nubian
  2. Pump Up The Volume - M/A/R/R/S
  3. I'm The Biz Markie - Biz Markie
  4. Rated R - Boo Yaa T.R.I.B.E.

5) Synthetic Substituton - Melvin Bliss =

  1. Ego Trippin (Ultra MC's Remix) - The Ultramagnetic MC's
  2. O.P.P. - Naughty By Nature
  3. GangStarr & Nice & Smooth - DWYCK
  4. Throw Ya Gunz - Onyx
  5. Ya Mama - The Pharcyde
  6. Don't Believe The Hype - Public Enemy
  7. M.E.T.H.O.D. Man - Wu-Tang Clan
  8. All I Need - Method Man & Mary J. Blige
  9. Funky Dividends - 3XsDope
  10. Just Rhymin With Biz - Big Daddy Kane
  11. and many many more..

6) I'm Not To Blame - Bobby Byrd =

  1. U Don't Know - Jay-Z

7) Gettin It On - Dennis Coffey =

  1. You're Gonna Get Yours - Public Enemy

8) I Get High - Freda Payne

  1. Good Times (I Get High) - Styles P

9) When The Revolution Comes - The Last Poets =

  1. Party & Bullshit - The Notorious B.I.G.
  2. Concerto in X Minor - Brand Nubian

10) Message To A Black Man - The Temptations

  1. Renegades of Funk - Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Foirce
  2. Undeniable - Mos Def
  3. You Can't Stop Us Now - Nas feat. Eban Thomas of The Stylistics & The Last Poets

 

 

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      SnoF 7 months ago

      Funky worm is also sampled by the Jungle Brothers

      Belly dancin'Dinah

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      Stefan 5 years ago

      Great series man. I love to see another person love this art form as much as I do. Keep blessing us.

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      e6bwhiz 7 years ago

      10. Message From A Black Man

      "Mega Mixx 3" - 2 Live Crew

      Great job. Keep up the good work.

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      Anthony 7 years ago

      I been here dude, going through the collection. Peace and love bro, keep spreadin' the message.

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      Eddie Knucks 8 years ago

      I looove this ishh! I'm sorry I showed up late by about 9 months it seems, I just found out about your videos a couple weeks ago. Props! Where did the funky people go?

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      BOBBY ORR 8 years ago

      CAME HERE FROM YOUTUBE. i didnt even know hubpages existed haha

      that funky worm is disgusting btw

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      Whiz/Dumb 8 years ago

      10. message from a black man

      *you cant stop me now - RZA

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      Lonnie, Copenhagen, Denmark 8 years ago

      ure are the best!

      Thank u sooo much for doing this.

      Makes me so happy! Many I know, many are new. Keep it coming.

      And u can mos def see how much ure feeling it ;)

      auuuuuw

      Bless

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      DJ Funktual 8 years ago from One Nation Under a Groove

      Wow, thank you so much for your kind words good sista! Thank you for keeping this dream of mine alive!

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      Lisbeï 8 years ago

      DJ Funktuall, I love you (sorry to your dear wife)!!

      Thank you so much for the "Love TKO", had never heard the original version before, I've been listenning to the tune 3 weeks non stop, and I just can't seem to get bored with it... (and for reminding me of "never too much" by Luther Vandross on some other hub... Had forgotten this song was so amazing!!)

      I have a special "Guys I wanna marry because I love their music so much" thing: First is Prince. If he says no, then I'll ask Roy Ayers. Now, thanks to you, I'm sure my next backup plan will be Teddy P...

      Keep up the Funk Revolution, keep up with educating the masses with all this extraordinary music/feeling/vibe...

      And THANK YOU for reminding/teaching us about the true "rythm of the one"!

      Lisbeï, all the way from Paris, France, Europe

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      AyMacKay 9 years ago

      Love the series man, being a bit of a breaks nerd myself, been following and enjoying the whole thing. I'm gonna pick your brains now- was watching some Bboys in Nice, France last week and they had this jam that went "Hey, be sa day, be sa day(not the actual words!), and I love you so" Followed by some heavy organ and a ridiculous drum break. Any ideas?

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      Yann 9 years ago

      I wass looking for where comes from that "Jungle Jazz" break, thanks !

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      Jonno.Norton 9 years ago

      Excellent hub, as usual. I actually knew the Ohio Players --> Dr. Dre reference! Good stuff man