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History of Hip Hop (Part 2)

In late 2010, Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon performed a medley of hip-hop songs starting with Sugar Hill Gang and ending with Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. Last night it happened again, this time starting with Kurtis Blow’s “The Breaks” and featuring a rousing ending on Biz Markie’s classic “Just a Friend.” Again, I take issue with calling this the history of “rap” and think this is really a history of “hip hop” (read more about what hip hop is here), but perhaps I’m just showing my nerdcore roots. According to Soul Culture, this is the song breakdown:

0:14 The Breaks
0:23 The Message
0:36 Express Yourself
0:43 Bring the Noise
0:47 It Takes 2
1:03 Push It
1:18 Ice Ice Baby
1:28 The Choice is Yours
1:37 Cypress Hill – Insane in the Membrane
1:47 DJ Kool – Let Me Clear My Throat
2:04 DMX – Party Up (Up in Here)
2:13 Nelly – Hot in Herre
2:28 50 Cent – In Da Club
2:45 Outkast – Hey Ya
2:59 Lil Wayne – A Milli
3:05 DJ Khaled – All I Do Is Win
3:17 Cali Swag District – Teach Me How To Dougie
3:33 Rick Ross – B.M.F.
3:55 Biz Markie – Just a Friend

The original NBC video for part 1 is down; check out this YouTube video for a working version…for now.

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July 20th, 2011

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Stranger to the World

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