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Pete Rock ETHERS HitMaka & Other Producers-Resampling Hit Records from Only 3 Yrs Ago
 

 
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Top 10 most propped recently  4 days ago '22        #2
BreakkerSzn  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x62 OP
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 4 days ago '19        #3
Jp07 
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 BreakkerSzn said

So at thr beginning of hip hop they weren't sampling recent song?
I love Pete rock and I hate that he's making himself out to seem like a fu*king hater recently. A lot of what dude says makes no sense
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Top 10 most propped recently  4 days ago '22        #4
BreakkerSzn  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x62 OP
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 Jp07 said
So at thr beginning of hip hop they weren't sampling recent song?
I love Pete rock and I hate that he's making himself out to seem like a fu*king hater recently. A lot of what dude says makes no sense
Think he’s also talking bout how todays rappers and producers using well known songs from only a couple years ago to make a quick hit cuz consumers already are familiar with the song

This type:

Producers literally just jacking the beat
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 4 days ago '19        #5
Jp07 
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 BreakkerSzn said
Think hes also talking bout how todays rappers and producers using well known songs from only a couple years ago to make a quick hit cuz consumers already are familiar with the song

This type:


Producers literally just jacking the beat
I feel like this is the first time I ever seen you actually reply like a real person lmao.
I understand that but it's always been done.
Sampling has been a huge part of hip hop after a certain point in time and that was very early.
Why does it matter when that song came out. He even said 2 years. That's a good amount of time it's not like he's saying someone just came out with a song yesterday and you're copying it he just said 2 to 4 years.
Like I said I respect and love Pete rock I used to love Pete rock and cl smooth albums but he's just making himself seem like a hater in the last few years with a lot of sh*t he be saying
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 4 days ago '07        #6
stogz  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I been screaming this same sh*t ever since murder Inc. All Irv and Ja and Ashanti did was re-release a bunch of Bad Boy records from 5yrs earlier. I HATE that sh*t.


Back in the golden age, you sample some non-hip-hop records and turn it into hip-hop. I hate when they take records already made for this genre, and just use the sh*t again. It's talentless hack sh*t. Especially like if they don't make the record their own.


Michael Jackson had 'Human Nature'. Incredible record.

SWV had 'Right Here', which sampled MJ but they made that record their own.

Chris Brown did some bullsh*t record, don't remember what it was called.... it was basically just SWV's record. Same song structure and everything. Garbage.
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 4 days ago '14        #7
215Philly  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x25
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That Jim Jones project slap
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 4 days ago '08        #8
J_Clarity13 
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Nobody gives a fu*k.

You producers out there he just gave you the formula
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 4 days ago '16        #9
Stefan 
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Slightly off topic, but Gucci is 100% trash now. The streets don't fu*k with him like that anymore and he's basically French Montana 2.0 now. 90% of his big songs in (not so) recent memory are clearly other people's songs that they gave to Gucci. Go look at his top songs on Spotify.

You hate to see it.
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 4 days ago '10        #10
Bandito  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Just because crate digging was Pete's style don't mean it's representative of all eras of Hip Hop.
Finding the best part of a song was and has been the only criteria.

Rapper's Delight sampled Good Times which came out the year before. White Lines sampled Cavern which came out the same year. Planet Rock sampled Numbers from the year before.

This came out the year after the Dazz Band's version



There's a whole lot more examples from the Disco Rap era of people taking current hits and rapping over them.

I know it's cool to sh*t on the new generation. In this case he's doing the same to the foundation he came after.
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 4 days ago '04        #11
Adwerdz  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x110
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 4 days ago '19        #12
Simp Hand Weak 
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 Bandito said
Just because crate digging was Pete's style don't mean it's representative of all eras of Hip Hop.
Finding the best part of a song was and has been the only criteria.

Rapper's Delight sampled Good Times which came out the year before. White Lines sampled Cavern which came out the same year. Planet Rock sampled Numbers from the year before.

This came out the year after the Dazz Band's version




There's a whole lot more examples from the Disco Rap era of people taking current hits and rapping over them.

I know it's cool to sh*t on the new generation. In this case he's doing the same to the foundation he came after.
Because it was happening at the early stages of hip hop makes it ok to not have any creativity with your sampling?

This is why dre was calling out puff in the 90s
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 4 days ago '22        #13
CMFRT FRM GHSTS  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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I’ve seen records sampled the same year blow up.
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 4 days ago '10        #14
Bandito  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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 Simp Hand Weak said
Because it was happening at the early stages of hip hop makes it ok to not have any creativity with your sampling?

This is why dre was calling out puff in the 90s
You are not automatically creative because you sampled a 45 that came out in 1972 and only sold 100 copies.

In some ways you have to be more creative to sample a hit song. Find the right pocket of a song people have already heard a hundred times and make them want to hear it a hundred more.
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 4 days ago '04        #15
marcchrome  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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Hilarious!!!

 4 days ago '19        #16
Simp Hand Weak 
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 Bandito said
You are not automatically creative because you sampled a 45 that came out in 1972 and only sold 100 copies.

In some ways you have to be more creative to sample a hit song. Find the right pocket of a song people have already heard a hundred times and make them want to hear it a hundred more.
Its lazy sampling






And theirs creative sampling

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 4 days ago '22        #17
letitallg0  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 BreakkerSzn said



 BreakkerSzn said
Think he’s also talking bout how todays rappers and producers using well known songs from only a couple years ago to make a quick hit cuz consumers already are familiar with the song

This type:


Producers literally just jacking the beat
Bro talked and ain’t post a cardi B pic




I’m scared
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 4 days ago '12        #18
DontHateDaGreat 
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He a point tho. It does get annoying to hear producers take a RECENT charting hit, flip a few things and release like it's a new song. The beat was already attached to a HIT most of the time so most of the work is already done. All that's left is adding someone else's words on it.

If it works it works so no need to hate on the current producers who do it but just pointing out how producers are going 2-5 years back to sample a big hit to create another hit with nearly the same beat isn't hating. Hypocritical? Yea based on who is saying it, but hating? Nah
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 4 days ago '17        #19
thc 
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 stogz said
I been screaming this same sh*t ever since murder Inc. All Irv and Ja and Ashanti did was re-release a bunch of Bad Boy records from 5yrs earlier. I HATE that sh*t.


Back in the golden age, you sample some non-hip-hop records and turn it into hip-hop. I hate when they take records already made for this genre, and just use the sh*t again. It's talentless hack sh*t. Especially like if they don't make the record their own.


Michael Jackson had 'Human Nature'. Incredible record.

SWV had 'Right Here', which sampled MJ but they made that record their own.

Chris Brown did some bullsh*t record, don't remember what it was called.... it was basically just SWV's record. Same song structure and everything. Garbage.
all the songs you named are fire

You may not like Chris Brown like that but garbage is a strong word for this track

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 4 days ago '18        #20
GoBucks  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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Most non-creative era of music.
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 4 days ago '18        #21
shooter  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x14
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Pete Rock is who they talk about when they say “never meet ur heroes”.

Nga was a hiphop god in his day and has turns himself into a bitter twitter weirdo.
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 4 days ago '18        #22
greyhova 
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there isn't one way to sample and as stated earlier sampling songs that are only a few years old has been a thing since hip hops inception, it was a thing in every decade to follow it's not some "new era producer" sh*t

some people take recent hits and flip them some people dig in the crates who gives a sh*t n*ggas swear hip hop has to be done one specific way or it's not the right way
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 4 days ago '04        #23
mt fuji 
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 stogz said
I been screaming this same sh*t ever since murder Inc. All Irv and Ja and Ashanti did was re-release a bunch of Bad Boy records from 5yrs earlier. I HATE that sh*t.


Back in the golden age, you sample some non-hip-hop records and turn it into hip-hop. I hate when they take records already made for this genre, and just use the sh*t again. It's talentless hack sh*t. Especially like if they don't make the record their own.


Michael Jackson had 'Human Nature'. Incredible record.

SWV had 'Right Here', which sampled MJ but they made that record their own.

Chris Brown did some bullsh*t record, don't remember what it was called.... it was basically just SWV's record. Same song structure and everything. Garbage.

Thread
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 4 days ago '04        #24
mista_millz  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 BreakkerSzn said
Think hes also talking bout how todays rappers and producers using well known songs from only a couple years ago to make a quick hit cuz consumers already are familiar with the song

This type:


Producers literally just jacking the beat
bruh this is straight up retardation music
yuck

 4 days ago '16        #25
96jordan  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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 Simp Hand Weak said
Because it was happening at the early stages of hip hop makes it ok to not have any creativity with your sampling?

This is why dre was calling out puff in the 90s
The point is they been doing this in all eras of hip hop from the beginning till now. A sample is a sample, theres no date on when you can use ot



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