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    Best HipHop song of the late 80's early 90's?

    Without a shadow of a doubt...

    It Takes Two - Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock

    Followed by:
    Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice
    Bust a Move - Young MC
    The Power - SNAP


    Honourable mention to Tone Loc.

    EVERYBODY DANCE NOW!! Haha!

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    where's rappers delight? and sabotage....bro you got it twisted...you dont even have eric b and rakim or slick rick the ruler...or run dmc....

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    Mama Said Knock you out. And any song by Gang Starr on the Hard To Earn ALBUM

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    ahh i forgot about gangstarr....guru is from Boston....

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    HipHop not rap.

    I like old school rap though.

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    Don't fight the fealin - Too short
    Aint no fun if the homies can't have none - Snoop
    OPP - Naughty by Nature
    Aint no future in your frontin

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    Cocktails or I'm a playa by too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Boss Hustla
    HipHop not rap.

    I like old school rap though.
    Woops

    Gotta agree with the Pimp up there anything thing by Too Short.

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    None of those can compare to Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock.

    Given'er sh*t on the dance floor in my blue jeans and sport blazer. BWAH HAHAHAHA.

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    Regulartors!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ROUND UP!!

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    Anything in the beastie boys touch is hot.

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    Informer By Snow..........You know you guys liked that song

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    ''me so horny'' from 2 live

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Boss Hustla
    Without a shadow of a doubt...

    It Takes Two - Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock

    Followed by:
    Ice Ice Baby - Vanilla Ice
    Bust a Move - Young MC
    The Power - SNAP


    Honourable mention to Tone Loc.

    EVERYBODY DANCE NOW!! Haha!

    Your PIMP card has just been confiscated.

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    Fresh Prince Boom shake shake the room!!! Yeah what a classic. Discussion
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    on a serois note: Sir Mixalot, baby got back (or whatever its called, i dont actually like rap or hip hop etc)

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    Pharcyde
    The Beatnuts
    Dela Soul

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    Any g-funk...

    Warren G...and Nate Dogg...Regulators...

    "if ya smoke like I smoke, then ya high like everyday....and if yo ass is a busta, 213 will regulate..."

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    Red face

    "Shoop"- Salt n Pepa

    "I'm Bad"- L.L. Cool J

    "Is It Good To Ya"- Heavy D

    "I Need Love"- L.L. Cool J (R&B/Hip-Hop ballad)

    "Don't You Know?"- Heavy D (R&B/Hip-Hop ballad)

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    "Somebody say hay we want some puuuussy" from 2 live

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    Jump Around (House of Pain)
    Don't Sweat the technique(Eric B and Rakim)

    **** it, anything pre 96

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    rappers delight is a must

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Vandoo
    Jump Around (House of Pain)
    Don't Sweat the technique(Eric B and Rakim)

    **** it, anything pre 96
    I agree...

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    dont sweat the technique for sure.. that whole alblum. micraphone feind... ... anything off of volume

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    vito knows his sh*t

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    Ofcourse Run DMC
    Pete Rock had some good ones way back in the day
    Doug E. Fresh

    Alittle later, early 90's
    Eazy E
    Wu-tang

    just a couple off my head

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    Hip Hop

    Humpty Dance- Digital Underground
    Poison- Bell, Biv, Devoe
    Can't Touch This- MC Hammer
    Walk This Way- Run DMC and Aerosmith

    Rap

    Anything by NWA
    Death Certificate- Ice Cube
    The Chronic- Dr. Dre
    Get In Where You Fit In- Too Short
    The Diary- Scarface (one of my ten favorite rap albums of all time)

    Mark

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    Tribe Called Quest and dela

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Boss Hustla
    HipHop not rap.

    I like old school rap though.
    LL cool J and gang star is hip hop not rap. Guru from gangstar is one of the best poets of this time.

    the groups you named are pretty main stream and really are not considered hip hop with the exception of rob base and his one hit wonder

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    Quote Originally Posted by RON
    Don't fight the fealin - Too short
    Aint no fun if the homies can't have none - Snoop
    OPP - Naughty by Nature
    Aint no future in your frontin
    Aint no future in your frontin by Mc Breed from Flint Michigan was a hot track. He is actually doing some shows still.

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    Oh I forgot one...killer tune!!

    Let your backbone slide - Maestro Fresh Wes

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    best song would be too hard .

    digital underground came out with humpy dance
    LL Cool J came out with track after track of hits from his debut album
    Run DMC had a butt load of hits
    Tribe called quest
    dela soul
    Too short's early stuff was real good
    Dre's music was pumpin

    Hip hop was at its finest back then IMO, not that today you still dont have some great artist but there was just too big of a explosion in that scene to name the best track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Boss Hustla
    Oh I forgot one...killer tune!!

    Let your backbone slide - Maestro Fresh Wes
    damm, you just got old school on us now!

    what about Zulu Nation,Red Alert, Kool Moe Dee, Rock Steady Crew,Fat Boys, Grandmaster Flash and the furious 5,Kurtis Blow,Whodini, Roxanne shante,Boogie Boys,Captain Rock, Crash Crew,LA Dream Team,

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    Any of you Canadian Fukkers remember Kish? He was a one-hit wonder with I Rhyme The World (in 80 Days). I loved that song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_man
    Any of you Canadian Fukkers remember Kish? He was a one-hit wonder with I Rhyme The World (in 80 Days). I loved that song.
    Never heard of him.

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    I'm going on a voyage, to rock the globe
    As I rome, I return, after a long journey home
    From nation to destination, it ain't a vacation
    So let me bust a conversation
    Top spinners, I went globe-trotting
    So I grab the pen and the rhymes I started jottin'
    Tales return of a trip that were made to amaze
    I rhymed the world in 80 days

    [Chorus]
    I rhymed the world baby (in 80 days)
    I rhymed the world, oh yeah

    The first stop is France, the land of romance
    The city of lights, ladies and love, with a crazy night life
    Bustin' out my voulez-vous and my p's and q's
    Sportin' a pair of Air Jordan shoes
    Steppin' at eleven o'clock
    Ladies, whatever's clever, I'm a jock
    I met a young girl named Yvette in a very tight sweater
    Wait, it gets better
    Small talk, let's take a walk, I gaze, her eye's afire
    She told me "you're my one desire"
    Let's share champagne and rain showers
    Catch the sunrise, over the Eifel Tower
    Yvette, don't take it as a dis, but I'm gonna miss you
    Please don't cry, here's a tissue
    I'll be back, you'll always be in my heart
    But you know, I've got to go, 'cause

    [Chorus]

    Off to the Soviet Union, I'm showin' improvin'
    Killin' emcees and I just keep on movin'
    Rhymes are set razor-sharp
    Ready to battle any sucker who starts up
    Got on the mic, load it up and test it
    Cool, and busted out the bullet-proof vest
    Ready to roll and I'm strapped, wait a minute
    Double check...forgot the baseball hat
    Stickin' to picks, but I was spoted (by who?)
    An agent, the KGB, yo, they're on it
    He was ready to step but I was settin'
    It was my move next and I had one move left
    Play it cool and I passed him
    Turned around, dropped down, pulled out my mic to match him
    He ran down and ally and I lost him
    So I ran faster, bionic style like Steve Austin
    Turned the corner, hit an ambush
    Translation: Russians, waitin' on a bum-rush
    There's nowhere to go and they jumped me
    Tied me up, and dumped me in the back of a truck
    I was taken, they were shaken me up with a joint
    With a gun at my head to reinforce the point
    And they said "you'd better leave"
    And I said "there ain't no way"
    I looked at the gun, then I said "Well, ok"
    But as I got on the plane to break out of the place
    I said "hey, remember the face"
    'Cause I'll be back to attack, and this you can know
    But I've got to go, 'cause

    [Chorus]

    Last stop, it's the motherland
    (yo Kish, you went to Africa?)
    Nah, Japan
    Return to learn of the roots in a search to prove
    When the brain is fed, I'll bust loose
    Readin' the race, the lies that are hidin'
    And bring new vision forth to the consience
    Son of the rising sun land to stand as one
    It runs in the family, Shogun
    Met the masters of mind who asigned me a task
    To kick a rhyme solo, fast or slow
    To do it with the knowledge and wisdom
    A hundred and eighty degrees of beats give them
    Bow to each of the teachers and left for the west
    So ends the eighty day quest
    Now I'm back, but I'll be leavin' again
    Before you know, 'cause I've got to go, 'cause

    [Chorus]

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    Not ringing a bell bro.

    I can't find it on Kazaa either.

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    I remember Kish

    We had to tear this mutherfukker up - Ice Cube
    Bring tha noise - Public Enemy (also re-made with P.E. and Anthrax)
    Flava in ya ear - Craig Mack

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    'It Takes Two' is still in the lead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Money Boss Hustla
    Oh I forgot one...killer tune!!

    Let your backbone slide - Maestro Fresh Wes
    YES!!!!
    Rep'n T Dot

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    omg! I think I remember most of these but dang...I was young! Too young to know what most of them were talkin about! I think I had a color me bad cd once tho :O

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