Old School Hip Hop Mix Part 2 [Explicit] [Best of 80s]

By | October 21, 2017

Old School Hip Hop Mix Part 2 [Explicit] [Best of 80s] is a 21 track mix of some of the greatest hip hop songs from the 1980s. See below for full track list. Warning! contains explicit lyrical content.

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  4. Notes
Old School Hip Hop Mix Part 2 [Explicit] [Best of 80s]

Old School Hip Hop Mix Part 2 [Explicit] [Best of 80s]

Track-List

00:00 Boogie Down Productions – The Bridge Is Over.
02:32 Special Ed – I Got It Made.
05:26 Eric B & Rakim – Paid In Full.
08:42 N.W.A. – Express Yourself.
10:59 N.W.A. – Fuck tha Police.
14:25 Ice T – Colors.
16:58 Epmd – You Gots To Chill.
20:38 Grandmaster Flash – The Message.
23:17 Beastie Boys – Hey Ladies.
25:24 Doug E. Fresh – The Show (feat. Slick Rick).
27:48 DJ Kool – Let me clear my Throat.
31:27 LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out.
33:05 N.W.A. – Straight Outta Compton.
36:57 Ice-T – O.G. Original Gangster.
39:00 Eric B & Rakim – I Aint No Joke.
41:25 Public Enemy – Fight The Power.
43:2 0 Slick Rick – Bedtime Story.
46:56 Run DMC – Peter Piper.
49:04 Rob Base – It Takes Two.
50:53 DE LA SOUL – ME MYSELF AND I.
52:10 Young Mc – Bust A Move.

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Old School Hip Hop Mix Part 2 [Explicit] [Best of 80s]

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Notes

The Bridge Is Over

Is a 1987 song by Boogie Down Productions from their debut album Criminal Minded, performed by rapper KRS-One and produced by DJ Scott LaRock and KRS-One. It is considered to be a classic diss song.,aimed at MC Shan, Marley Marl, the Juice Crew and rappers from Queens, NY and the Queensbridge projects.

Since its release in 1988, the “Fuck the Police” slogan continues to influence pop culture today in the form of T-shirts, artwork, and even transitions into other genres as seen in the cover versions by Dope, Rage Against the Machine and Kottonmouth Kings (featuring Insane Clown Posse).
Ice Cube and MC Ren wrote their own lyrics, while Eazy-E’s lyrics were written by MC Ren.

Ice T – Color

Colors is a song by Ice-T, issued as the title track for the soundtrack to the film of the same name. The song was released as a single in 1988.In 2008, it was named the 19th greatest hip-hop song of all time by VH1.

Epmd – You Gots To Chill

You Gots to Chill is the second single by EPMD from their 1988 debut album Strictly Business. It reached number 22 on the U.S. R&B chart.

Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – The Message.

The Message is a song by Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five. It was released as a single by Sugar Hill Records on July 1, 1982.

Beastie Boys – Hey Ladies

Hey Ladies is a song by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, featured on their album Paul’s Boutique. It was the album’s only charting single, hitting #36 on the Billboard Hot 100. It is also the first single in history to chart in the Top 20 of both the Billboard Hot Rap Singles and Modern Rock Tracks charts, hitting #10 on the former and #18 on the latter.

Doug E. Fresh – The Show (feat. Slick Rick)

A 1985 hip hop single by Doug E. Fresh and the Get Fresh Crew. Described as a reality show of a Hip Hop performance” the track focuses on a conversation between Doug E. Fresh and MC Ricky D (later known as Slick Rick) as they prepare for a show.[1] The song samples the theme song from the animated series Inspector Gadget.

DJ Kool – Let me clear my Throat.

Let Me Clear My Throat is a song by American hip-hop artist DJ Kool, released in April 1996. It was recorded live at the Bahama Bay club in Philadelphia.

LL Cool J – Mama Said Knock You Out

Studio album by LL Cool J, Released September 14, 1990. Studio Marley Marl’s House of Hits in Chestnut Ridge and Chung King House of Metal in New York City, Label Def Jam.

N.W.A. – Straight Outta Compton.

Straight Outta Compton is the debut studio album by American hip hop group N.W.A, released August 8, 1988 on group member Eazy-E’s record label Ruthless Records. Production for the album was handled by Dr. Dre with DJ Yella giving co-production.

Ice-T – O.G. Original Gangster

O.G. Original Gangster is the fourth studio album by American rapper Ice-T. The album was released on May 14, 1991, by Sire Records and Warner Bros. Records. The album was praised by many as the artist’s best.

Eric B & Rakim – I Aint No Joke

I Ain’t No Joke is a song by rap duo Eric B. & Rakim, released as the second single from their debut studio album Paid in Full. 1987.

Public Enemy – Fight The Power

“Fight the Power” is a song by American hip hop group Public Enemy, released as a single in June 1989 on Motown Records. It was conceived at the request of film director Spike Lee, who sought a musical theme for his 1989 film Do the Right Thing.

Slick Rick – Bedtime Story

Children’s Story is a song recorded by hip hop artist Slick Rick. Taken as the second single from his album The Great Adventures of Slick Rick, the song was a Top 5 hit on both the Hot R&B Singles and the Hot Rap Tracks charts 1989.

DE LA SOUL – ME MYSELF AND I

Me Myself and I is a song by American hip hop trio De La Soul, released as a single in 1989 from their debut studio album, 3 Feet High and Rising. It established the group’s characteristic style of combining hip hop with humor and social commentary.

Young Mc – Bust A Move.

“Bust a Move” is a song by British-American rapper Young MC. It won the 1990 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance. 1989.

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