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Various Artists - It's Hip Hop Baby!: All Your Child's Favorites album download

Various Artists - It's Hip Hop Baby!: All Your Child's Favorites album download

Various Artists
It's Hip Hop Baby!: All Your Child's Favorites
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Hip Hop Baby is happy, healthy and mind-stimulating. -Holly Robinson Peete.

For starters, it's a remarkable rap album in every way rap can be remarkable. It's a portrait of the jungle through the eyes of the prey. Despite a Grammy snub, it was well received by fans, critics, and peers. 93. of 100. Juvenile: '400 Degreez'. The Marshall Mathers LP" was an undeniable hip-hop masterpiece that reinforced Eminem's status as one of the most exciting artists of the new millennium. 80. 2Pac: 'All Eyez on Me'. Death Row Records. Tupac Shakur was fresh out of jail when he released "All Eyez on Me," and you could hear the raw thoughts of a man grappling with his inner conflict. On one side were the brazen cuts that showed his tough side; on the other, he was soft as a pillow, immortalizing dead homies on the sentimental "Life Goes O.

Baby Hop – Various Artists  . Picture us dancin real close In a dark dark corner of a basement party Every time I close my eyes It’s like everyone left but you and me In our own little world The music is the sun The dance floor becomes the sea Feels like true paradise to me.

And it's true that hip-hop was a continuation of a much longer story about black American culture. Hip-hop was about poor kids taking broken pieces of the world around them and putting them back together. This was the true break with history-the end of the beginning, if not the beginning of the end. As complicated as it was creative, as contradictory as it was all-conquering, the story of hip-hop's eventual aesthetic takeover starts in the '80s. Early on, it wasn't an album genre; hip-hop was all about parties and park jams, preserved and propagated via bootleg cassette. The art of the hip-hop album was perfected by the close of this remarkable decade. All these years later some discs sound dated while others feel fresher than ever. Which records have stood the test of time?

Darryl McDaniels, Jason Mizell, Rick Rubin, Joseph Simmons. C. Miller, Larry Smith, Keith Thornton. Baby Bam, Mike Gee. Jungle Brothers. 12. I Left My Wallet in El Segundo. Jonathan Davis, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Malik Taylor, Jerobi White. A Tribe Called Quest.

hip-hop baby, it's from the heart I never flip flop baby Gimme a drank and a song and I'll be stress free kickin' it All night long.