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    Apr 21,  · referencing Street Rap, LP, Comp, NU I bought this one purely out of nostalgia for listening to old school hip-hop on Magic FM radio in Houston, Texas in the mid 80's. I was genuinely surprised to find the sound quality of this LP to be very good!/5(19).
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    JT Money – Who Dat The Luniz – I Got 5 On It The Roots – Proceed JAY-Z – Dead Presidents II Nas – Street Dreams Craig Mack featuring The Notorious B.I.G. and Rampage – Flava In Ya Ear – Greatest Hits Version Mobb Deep – It’s Mine featuring Nas The Notorious B.I.G. – Big Poppa Mobb Deep – Quiet Storm JAY-Z – Can’t Knock.
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    Swarvy - Stuns, Volume One (Parts ) - New Vinyl Record Street Corner Music Gatefold 2-LP Pressing - Rap / HipHop / L.A. Beat Scene Regular price $ 1.
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    What People Do For Money Producer – Clark Jay, Jerry Bloodrock: B1 – Jimmy Spicer: Adventures Of Super Rhyme (Rap) Producer – Billy Nichols, C. Campbell, Mel Nelson: B2 – Pumpkin: King Of The Beat Producer – Pumpkin Scratches – George "Galaxy" Llado: B3 – Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five: The Message 4/5(2).
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    Street Jams is a great series EXCEPT for the fact that it doesn't use all the 12" versions. 80s rap was just as heavily influenced by the 12" single as other genres of music. Track times on this volume are: 1. Skanless () 2. rapper's delight () 3. the breaks () 4. sucker DJs () 5. request line () 6. what people do for money.
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    Apr 15,  · Just rap. Do what comes naturally and the rest will fall into place. but it was hard. Some of the people I know who are now on Battle Axe's sub-label, rap about street shit because thats where we came from. I think that there is a place for the political, philosophical, socially conscientious, street, and fun rap; just make sure its you.