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De La Soul @ Sub89, Reading 8th August 2014

 In the 1980s Hip-Hip was very aggressive, full of dissing, bragging and rage. But in 1989, three college kids from Long Island came along and challenged this stereotype and shot to fame with what would become a revolutionary debut album, Three Feet High and Rising. 528 more words

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80's Hip Hop Classic: De La Soul 3 Feet High & Rising (Full Album))

80’s #HIPHOP // Most definitely still digging this. Still a stone cold classic from the unmistakable #delasoul.

Feel-Good, uplifting, positive vibes with a heavy dose of #FUNK & #DISCO samples.

De La Soul

Vinyl, it's crackling!

I’ve decided that I’m going to write more about music, it is one of my favourite hobbies; to find new music and collect records so I’m not entirely sure why I haven’t already bored you all reeling off my favourite records. 406 more words

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Celebrate George Clinton's Birthday with a Playlist of his Most Sampled Tracks


Today, being friend of the site George Clinton‘s 74th birthday, we’re celebrating the occasion with a pair of playlists: The first contains the Top 10 most sampled tracks from one of the most sampled artists of all time, drawing on solo material and tracks by Clinton’s seminal groups… 166 more words

Music

Muja Messiah - 'Silk Road' feat. Maseo

Maseo from De La Soul makes an appearance on this new track from Muja Messiah, addressing a range of issues, including the Bill Cosby situation, and the controversial drug website in the title. 13 more words

Hip-hop