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This list provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the "Lists consulted" section for full details. Inclusion on a list is indicated by numbering after each release. The brief accompanying notes offer an explanation as to why each album has been considered important. The organization of the list is by date of release, ranging from Run-D. s eponymous debut in 1984 to Jay-Z's 2001 album, The Blueprint.

History Of Hip Hop ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial). Two more Lessons soon followed: "Lesson Two: The James Brown Mix" and "Lesson Three: The History of Hip-Hop. Lesson One" became an urban radio hit within days, but was never commercially released because of its extensive and eclectic samples.

Album History Genius. The History of Hip Hop Music Lyrics. Hip-hop music originated in the late 60s of the 20th century and continues to evolve to the present day. That what began more than 30 years ago, boiled over into a particular movement and culture. Hip-hop culture originated in New York among black and Latino urban. In the late 60th breakdance existed in the form of two separate dances - New York acrobatic style, which we call the lower break, and the Los Angeles-based mime (upper break). It is an acrobatic style of breaking that was originally twisted by bboys in break-dance. It became popular, after 1969, when James Brown wrote a funk-hit "The Good Foot" and performed some elements of this dance on the stage.

A look at the vocabulary of hip hop music and rap music through its history and people. With words, meanings and example sentences. Vocab for ESL learners and teachers. New York duo Run DMC also used hooks in their songs but added hard-rock guitar to create a popular style called rap rock, and their 1986 album Raising Hell became hip hop's first top-ten album. When punk rock group Beastie Boys began shouting raps instead of singing, their style also became very popular and their debut album Licensed To Ill became hip hop's first number-one album.

The ultimate Hip Hop concept album? A Prince Among Thieves, sometimes dubbed the first ‘rap opera’, features cameos by Kool Keith, Big Daddy Kane, Chubb Rock, Biz Markie, De La Soul, Everlast, Sadat X, Xzibit, Kid Creole, Special Ed, Chris Rock, RZA and Buckshot. Fresh beats and dope rhymes throughout – without a doubt this is one of the best concept albums in Hip Hop, ever. 1. Dr. Octagon - Dr. Octagonecologyst (1996). Central theme/narrative: the life and times of Dr. Octagon. the original scratch creator Grand Wizzard Theodore. The message is clear: Kool Keith is a part of Hip Hop history, and even as rap moves on to the future, Dr. Octagon does not replace Kool Keith. Is this Kool Keith‘s best album (outside Ultramagnetic’s debut Critical Beatdown)? In a catalog as deep and diverse as Kool Keith’s is, it may be hard to choose – but Dr. Octagonecologyst arguably is his magnum opus.

Rap/Hip-Hop Songs, Rap/Hip-Hop Artists, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Songs, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Artists, Alt Rap/Hip-Hop Albums, Rap/Hip-Hop Producers, Rap Lyricists/Emcees, Old School Hip-Hop, Why Rap Is Rock, Rap Timeline. 100 Greatest Rap/Hip-Hop Albums of the 90s. Criteria: These are the albums that epitomized all facets of hip-hop music/culture in the 1990s. They were chosen and ranked according to quality, popularity, timelessness and influence. Thee Album - Redman (1992) 38. Don Killuminati: The 7-Day Theory - 2Pac/Makaveli (1996) 39. Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version - Ol' Dirty Bastard (1995) 40.

The history of rap music. To understand where rap music came from, it’s crucial to also understand what rap music is actually considered. From there, the Bronx sensation known as hip-hop was unstoppable. The 1970s allowed all the DJs to flourish, including other Bronx-based legends like Afrika Bambaataa and Grandmaster Flash. And although throughout the ’70s, the DJ was the dominant force, the MC also rose to prominence.

The Sugar Hill Hip-Hop Box Set. Лицензиар.

Berny Belvedere has selected the 15 worst hip-hop album covers of all time. My job is to give you to the 15 best. One of the strangest characters in hip-hop history gives us one of the greatest album covers ever. While the tracks display his uncontrollable quirkiness, the album art further doubles down on the bizarre mindset of ODB. Half comical, half outlandish, the cover is literally a copy of his Public Assistance card. Clearly, there was no shame in ODB’s game. Ready to Die (1994). Rapper: The Notorious .

Forever one of Hip Hop’s most overlooked and talented artists, the emcee/producer/dee jay saw his stock slip after 2005’s bland The Here After. Then What Happened was a fine return to form though, as J sounded rejuvenated over guest production from Oddisee, Evil Dee, DJ Spinna and DJ Nu-Mark. The Posdnous-assisted The Upgrade was not only the zenith of the LP, but the best one-word description of album itself. Lil Wayne With Hip Hop Is Dead, Nas entered a new period of his career. His penchant for both headline-grabbing criticism and album titles continued with Nigger, which he was later coerced into releasing with no title at all. Queens Get the Money affirmed that Nasir was well-aware of his critics, and the 35-year-old can easily return to the raw rap style he made famous at 21.

Tracklist

A Lesson 3
B1 Lesson 1
B2 Lesson 2

Credits

  • Mixed By – The B Man
  • Producer, Arranged By – DDS*

Notes

Bootleg/Reissue of a 1980s bootleg.
Centre labels are transposed on some copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): RP-101-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): RP-101-̶A̶ B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RPM 101 DDS* History Of Hip Hop ‎(12", Ltd, P/Mixed, Unofficial) RPM Records RPM 101 US 1985
RP101 Double Dee & Steinski Lessons 1.2.3 ‎(12", Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label RP101 Unknown
RPM 101 Double Dee & Steinski History Of Hip Hop ‎(12", Unofficial, W/Lbl) RPM Records RPM 101 Canada 1986
RP 101 DDS* History Of Hip Hop ‎(12", Ltd, Unofficial) RPM Records RP 101 Canada Unknown


DDS - History Of Hip Hop FLAC album
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