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Retrieved May 3, It also began the trend of rappers breaking into off-key song — although Rick's detour into A Taste of Honey's "Sukiyaki" was later edited out for copyright reasons. Hip-hop's most beautiful elegy: The early-Nineties duo wrote the song for their childhood friend Trouble T-Roy, a dancer with Heavy D and the Boyz who died after falling off a stage in Over a tender, sky-blown sax sample from Sixties jazz-pop composer Tom Scott, rapper CL Smooth spins a tribute to his fallen friend into a vivid celebration of family literal and metaphorical that's as much free-roaming backyard-barbecue toast as somber funeral speech.
When producer Rock first played the finished track, "we just started crying.
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One of those kids was Chris Rock, who brought a copy from L. The funky first single from the Notorious B. In the summer of , it seemed like it might start a revolution. Dre the undisputed flag bearer of West Coast rap, while also ushering that genre into the pop mainstream. The song's secret weapon was a relatively unknown pup named Snoop Doggy Dogg , whose verses are packed with effortless quotables.
The song also introduced Dre's masterful "G-Funk" style of production, which updated George Clinton's legacy with slow, rubbery funk and layered synth hooks. He took hip-hop from the crack era to the weed era. In , Bushwick Bill of the Geto Boys took a bullet — reportedly self-inflicted — in the eye during a suicidal freakout.
This Top 30 hit — a classic of cracked ghetto armor that put Houston hip-hop on the map — revealed even more of the manic depression and death wish inside their rhymes. Scarface, who wrote and produced the track, sounded like his movie namesake: fully armed at the edge of sanity, over dark-treble guitar and a gunslinger-walk rhythm sampled from an old Isaac Hayes tune. In the beginning, hip-hop was club music, an offshoot of disco. A new school had arrived.
It introduced Roland beats to hip-hop, for which acts from the Beasties to Kanye would be grateful. It took three guys from New Jersey to put hip-hop, a still-underground New York club phenomenon, on Top 40 radio for the first time. Who are these people? A , the Notorious B. Over seven minutes, atop a creeping rhythm closer to a Seventies P-Funk jam, rapper Melle Mel and co-writer Duke Bootee, a member of the Sugar Hill Records house band, traded lines and scenes of struggle and decay: drugs, prostitution, prison and the grim promise of an early death.
Flash, born Joseph Saddler, grew up in a neighborhood that closely resembled the song: the South Bronx during the worst of the Seventies urban blight. Among other things, he invented the scratch. Their most notable reunion would finally come in , when they became the first rap group inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Getty 3. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Non-album single, Using three turntables and a crossfader a device he invented , year-old Flash created a continuous party jam out of records by Chic, Blondie , Queen and more — showing off frenetic steel-wheels moves and establishing the DJ as a new kind of pop musician. In Control, Volume 1, Wizardly producer Marley Marl dials up a beat for the ages — a ferocious drum break and Otis Redding piano loop — and summons the cream of his Juice Crew affiliates.
Non-album single, Nearly 10 minutes and God knows how many bars of exhortations and boasts, sprawling across a hopped-up disco beat. What More Can I Say?
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