Mobb Deep Shook Ones sample has been uncovered

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 7 years ago '05        #121
FlamboyantOne 1 heat pts
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 TampaBay Bucs said:
True story....1a. Mobb Deep 1b. UGK

A mystery of one of the best, if not the best, hip hop albums have been uncovered. Lets see how many pages this thread becomes and if it will be a hot topic.


I fu*ks with Outkast but The Infamous, Hell on Earth & Murda Muzik > Any 3 Outkast albums



This kid is on the fu*king deadliest drugs known to man
 7 years ago '06        #122
D.O.H. 
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mind is blown
 04-07-2011, 10:38 PM         #123
CHOPPAS ON DECK  OP
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Cormega used that sample too


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 04-07-2011, 10:41 PM         #124
conscious thug  OP
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dude's right when he talks about how the internet has k!lled the joy of finding things. Now you can find anything in no time. I remember spending years trying to find the sample of Biggie's Bust a Nut. I'd heard it used on a track by Rufus Blaq and was going crazy trying to find it. The liner notes simply said that it was written by "D. Matthews" and I was like, sh*t I know that ain't Dave Matthews. lol.

Then I found this one day, and it was a fu*king joy, man. Remains one of my top favorite samples ever.


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 04-07-2011, 10:45 PM         #125
Ca$h Out  OP
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Outkast>Mobb Deep


J Dilla>Havoc
 7 years ago '05        #126
BurninLz 31 heat pts31
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greatness
 7 years ago '04        #127
fat_boyy21 323 heat pts323
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 Mathematic said:
fu*kin amazing....

to even think to come up with "a piano melody on his own and slow it down at two different pitches to create a two-bar loop" I don't think some people understand the talent and dedication to even achieve this...


im fu*kin amazed.....
*fixed

sampling isn't artistic... it's called cheating. the really talented artists and producers are the ones that come up with their own stuff
 7 years ago '05        #128
GoDzSoN35 
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dope sh*t!!!
 7 years ago '05        #129
That Dude 
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 TampaBay Bucs said:
"I got you stuck off the realness, we be the infamous you heard of us....."


Thanks for the memory's Prodigy. n*gga is like the Penny Hardaway of rap. Could have been the G.O.A.T but fell off hard. Dont know what triggered it though, wasnt no knee injury.
Damn that analogy is on point man you right, no knee injury
 04-08-2011, 02:17 AM         #130
TampaBay Bucs  OP
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 FlamboyantOne said:
This kid is on the fu*king deadliest drugs known to man
Grown man and of sober mind and body Hardly far fetched like you hyping it to be.
 04-08-2011, 03:13 AM         #131
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Please keep posting more dope beats + original samples....

Greatest BX thread ever
 7 years ago '04        #132
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one of the best beats ever
 7 years ago '05        #133
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that sh*t was dope..

i appreciate tha n*gga hav..
 7 years ago '10        #134
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Dope.. fu*ka mobb deep though
 04-08-2011, 04:59 AM         #135
mikeyajeto  OP
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Damn.
 7 years ago '05        #136
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i thought it was common knowledge already
 7 years ago '07        #137
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These things are great to find out and discover for personal (and online chest thumping), but sample sourcing k!lls producers. Kno from Cunninlynguists can't stand when people ask and answer, "Where did that sample come from?"

There are lawyers waiting to pounce, who didn't even do to the work, and run with stuff like this to k!ll the music. You can't reveal sample sources and claim to love the music without realizing that all the litigation that follows will make sure your favorite genius producer hesitates going forward.
 7 years ago '07        #138
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 future said:
mobb deep ain't fu*king with outkast.....
thank you.
 7 years ago '05        #139
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 fat_boyy21 said:
*fixed

sampling isn't artistic... it's called cheating. the really talented artists and producers are the ones that come up with their own stuff
Wrong.

There is nothing out there that is created by an artist that isn't a variation of something that came before it. So, no matter what, whether "original" or not, it is still riding on the back of someone else's creation whether you want to admit it or not. Sampling is ONLY cheating if there is no creativity in how the sample is used. SUCH is not the case here. I happen to think that sampling is an artform, and it's something that only a few know how to do extremely well. I also happen to think that people who claim that sampling is cheating apparently don't really understand the value and meaning behind it.

I mean, c'mon... even The Beatles used samples. And, some of those songs are revered on a higher level than any other artist in any other genre...

Go listen to somebody like "DJ Shadow", and tell me how that isn't artistic?
 7 years ago '05        #140
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What Paul McCartney (The Beatles) thinks of sampling in hip hop.

“It was really cool when hip-hop started, you would hear references in lyrics, you always felt honoured,” McCartney says. “It’s exactly what we did in the beginning – introducing black soul music to a mass white audience. It’s come full circle, it’s well cool. When you hear a riff similar to your own, your first feeling is ‘rip-off’. After you’ve got over it you think, look at that, someone’s noticed that riff.”
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