Evolution S1 E07 : Hip-Hop

Né dans les block parties du Bronx des années 70, le hip-hop va vite devenir le nouveau son de la jeunesse afro-américaine.

Frankie Knuckles – The Whistle Song (E.K. 12’’ mix) [Virgin Records, 1991]
Sugarhill Gang – Rappers Delight [Sugar Hill Records, 1979]
Kurtis Blow – The Breaks [Mercury, 1980]
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – The Message [Sugar Hill Records, 1982]
Man Parrish – Boogie Down (Bronx) feat. Freeze Force [Sugarscoop, 1984]
2 Live Crew – Me So Horny [Luke Skyywalker Records, 1989]
Mantronix – Hardcore Hip-Hop [Sleeping Bag, 1985]
Public Enemy – Rebel Without A Pause [Def Jam, 1987]
KRS-One – Sound of da Police [Jive, 1993]
Ultramagnetic MC’s – Give the Drummer Some [Next Plateau Records Inc.]
Gravediggaz – Diary of a Madman feat. Killah Priest & Scientif Shabazz [Gee Street, 1994]
Raekwon – Ice Cream feat. Ghostface Killah, Cappachino & Method Man [RCA, 1995]
The Notorious B.I.G. – Party and Bullshit [Uptown, 1993]
A Tribe Called Quest – Clap Your Hands [Jive, 1993]
Blackalicious – Deception [Mo Wax, 1999]
Snoop Doggy Dogg – Who Am I? (What’s My Name?) [Death Row Records, 1993]
2Pac – California Love (remix) feat. Dr. Dre & Roger Troutman [Death Row Records, 1995]
Dr. Dre & Ice Cube – Natural Born Killaz [Death Row Records, 1994]

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