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HIP HOP CULTURE  "Hip and hop is more than music. Hip is the knowledge, hop is the movement. Hip and hop is intelligent movement." - KRS One 🇹🇷


"Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" is a song by rapper Pras, featuring rapper Ol' Dirty Bastard and R&B singer Mýa. It was released on June 9, 1998. The track samples Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton's 1983 single "Islands in the Stream" and was produced by Wyclef Jean and Jerry 'Wonda" Duplessis for Pras' debut solo studio album, Ghetto Supastar. It was also featured on the soundtrack for the motion picture Bulworth. "Weird Al" Yankovic also included the song in his polka medley "Polka Power!" from his 1999 album Running with Scissors.

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"2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" is a West Coast hip hop song written by 2Pac, Snoop Doggy Dogg and Daz Dillinger for 2Pac's 1996 double album All Eyez on Me. The song is a duet performed by 2Pac and Snoop Dogg. "2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted" was released as promotional single and was the album's second single after "California Love". The song peaked at number 46 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.[1] The song contains an interpolations of "The Message" by Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five and "Radio Activity Rap (Let's Jam)" by MC Frosty and Lovin' C.
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"Symphony 2000" is the lead single released from EPMD's sixth album, Out of Business. The song was produced by Erick Sermon and featured verses from EPMD's labelmates, Method Man & Redman and Lady Luck. "Symphony 2000" was EPMD's last charting single making it to the R&B and rap charts.

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Snoop Dogg, Shaquille O'Neal and George Clinton during 1993 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, United States.
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Freeway was born on July 8, 1979 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Leslie Pridgen.

If you always felt this sounded familiar but couldn’t figure out why, Just Blaze has said he made the beat by reworking the “Roc the Mic” beat.
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"Area Codes" is a by rapper Ludacris, released as the first single from his third album, Word of Mouf (2001). It features Nate Dogg. The song's lyrics focus on U.S. telephone area codes that denote the location of women with whom the rapper has had sexual relations in cities across the United States.

The song was written by D. Davis, K. Hilson, J. Jones, R. Walters, and C. Bridges and was produced by Jazze Pha.
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El Presidente This song is by DJ Honda and appears on the album H III (2001). Since his debut single “Come Clean” (1993), Jeru claimed to “control the mic like Fidel Castro”, the notable Cuban dictator also known as “El Presidente” (The President).In this DJ Honda produced joint, the Brooklyn born MC reiterates this claim, proving that he still controls the mic, possibly bringing his comparison with the Cuban leader to the next level: Fidel Castro still locks down Cuba despite the US embargo, while Jeru on the other hand controls the mic without the help of mainstream industry.

The hook samples the aforementioned line from “Come Clean”:
“Control the mic like Fidel Castro”, scratched at its beginning by DJ Honda so that it sound more like “Rule the mic…” #djhonda #jeruthedamaja #hiphopmusic #hiphopculture #hiphopjunkie #hiphophead #realhiphop #90shiphop #oldschoolhiphop #hipandhopmusic #eastcoast #westcoast

"Addictive" is a song by R&B singer Truth Hurts. It was the lead single from her debut album, Truthfully Speaking. One of the label's few R&B hits. "Addictive" features a verse from Rakim, and is based on a Hindi music sample, which eventually brought on a $500 million lawsuit against Aftermath. The song was her only one to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number nine, and selling over 600,000 copies in the US. It was also a top five hit in UK, France and Switzerland, and went gold in several countries.

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"Real Muthaphuckkin G's" is a 1993 song by rapper Eazy-E from his EP It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa. It is a diss track directed at former N.W.A bandmate Dr. Dre and his protégé Snoop Doggy Dogg. "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" peaked at #42 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Eazy-E's highest charting single as a solo artist. "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" debuts brothers B.G. Knocc Out and Dresta, protégés of Eazy-E.

In 1991, Dr. Dre left N.W.A and formed Death Row with Suge Knight, releasing The Chronic with heavy support from up and coming rapper Snoop Doggy Dogg. With the success of The Chronic Dr. Dre had successfully re-branded himself as a part of the new wave of Gangsta Rappers while simultaneously popularizing a new G-Funk style of production which Dr. Dre had been experimenting with during his tenure with N.W.A. On one of The Chronic's singles, "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')", Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg insulted Eazy-E. "Real Muthaphuckkin G's" was Eazy-E's response to "Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')" and the general success of Dr. Dre's newfound image on The Chronic. Lyrically Eazy-E questioned Dr. Dre's credibility as a both a Gangsta and as a heterosexual for having worn androgynous clothing and women's makeup while a member of the World Class Wrecking Cru. On the track Eazy-E also ridiculed Dr. Dre for beating women, likely referencing Dr. Dre's 1991 assault of Dee Barnes. In the song's lyrics Eazy-E refers to the 1992 single 'Fuck Wit Dre Day' as "Eazy's pay day" as Dr. Dre's contract allowing him to move from Eazy-E's Ruthless to Suge Knight's Death Row Records granted Eazy-E retention of a portion of Dr. Dre's royalties. Lastly, the track also contained a subtle diss to Death Row CEO Suge Knight a known strongman with a well documented history of criminal intimidation and violence, whom Eazy-E calls Dr. Dre's "sergeant" and refers to Death Row as a "boot camp

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