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Def Jam Recordings - The History of Hip Hop, Vol. 1 (1985 - 2001)

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Rap was better back then

Ah, the good times people had listening to real rap. best rappers from the era: (1980-2005) 1. Eminem (lead singer of D12) 2. (Black eyed pea) 3. Biz Markie (First gangsta rap artist ever.) 4. Eamon (He was #4 for rap but would be #1 for R&B) 5. Alp de ap (Black eyed pea, singer of famous verse in Boom Boom Pow) 6. Proof (founder of d12) 7. Kuniva 8. Konartist 9. Taboo 10. Fergie (Best female rapper ever) 11. Swifty 12. Fat Joe 13. Big Pun 14. Marcel (lead singer of Sick animation) 15. Flo Rida 16. JimJonez 17. Bizarre (of d12) 18. NWA (band) 19. Royce Da 5"9 20. 50 Cent (he was better young when he performed with NEXT)

Fight for your right to party

This is a great song if you want to get into the party spirit

love it

great tracks all around check out "pop goes the weasel" and "can i get a...". the best of old school hip hop.

Def Jam Recordings - The History of Hip Hop, Vol. 1 (1985 - 2001)
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  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music
  • Released: Feb 27, 2001
  • Parental Advisory

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