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[15 Sep 2009 | 61 Comments | ]
Kanye West – Stronger (album: Graduation)

Stronger by American Hip-Hop superstar Kanye West is an instant fight song classic. Digitally released in 2007 and part of the hit album “Graduation”, the song Stronger features a sample of the popular track “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by French house group Daft Punk. The top Hip-Hop single is also already an integral part of today’s fight culture landscape and is…

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[5 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]
MC Hammer – Too Legit To Quit (album: Too Legit To Quit)

Too Legit To Quit is the lead single and the title track of the rap artist MC Hammer’s third studio album of the same name in 1991. MC Hammer, whose name had been abbreviated to only Hammer, tasted immense commercial success with the song, which charted as high as #6 on the Billboard Hot 100. It also did fairly well in the UK, charting at #60 on the UK Singles chart.

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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
Eminem – Mosh (album: Encore)

One of the most controversial songs yet from American rapper Eminem, Mosh was a song released as a protest song in 2004, barely before the US presidential elections were to take place that year. Apart from achieving commercial success, the song and the video (which encouraged young voters to eject George W. Bush from office) became a huge hit among fans.

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[5 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]
Trick Daddy – Let’s Go (album: Thug Matrimony: Married to The Streets)

The lead single of American hip-hop artist Trick Daddy off his sixth studio album named ‘Thug Matrimony: Married to The Streets’, Let’s Go is one of the more popular songs off the artist’s inventory. The song features two other rappers, Lil Jon and Twista, with the former of the two and Jim Jonsin producing the same. The track samples Ozzy Osbourne’s famous song…

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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
Nas f. Puff Daddy – Hate Me Now (album: I Am…)

Hate Me now is possibly one of the most notorious song from rap artist Nas, from his album I Am…, released in 1999. The song was a hit both in US and European charts, charting as high as #62 on the Billboard Hot 100. However, the song, especially, its music video, whipped up a storm of controversy due to its depiction of Nas and later Puff Daddy as being crucified (as Jesus).

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[25 Aug 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Redman – Tim 4 Sum Aksion (album: Whut? Thee Album)

Time 4 Sum Aksion is Reginald ‘Reggie’ Noble a.k.a Redman’s second single off his critically acclaimed album “Whut? Thee Album”. It has become quite popular since its release in early 1993 and has been considered one of the most influential songs in the allied hip hop group. The chorus samples from the famous song How I Could Just Kill a Man from another well-known hip hop group Cypress Hill.

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[25 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]
MIMS feat. Junior Reid & Baby Cham – This Is Why I’m Hot (Remix) (album: Music is My Savior)

This Is Why I’m Hot (Remix) is the official remixed version of the original song of the same name by ‘Mims’. It was featured on the album Music is My Savior, released in 2007 and was called one of the best remixes of the already successful song. It featured two other artists, Junior Reid (reggae singer) and Baby Cham (dance hall), the style of both being different from rap.

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[25 Aug 2009 | One Comment | ]
Rage Against The Machine – Testify (album: The Battle of Los Angeles)

‘Testify’ is the third single off influential funk metal band Rage Against the Machine’s third studio album called ‘The Battle of Los Angeles’. The song has a number of political and social references, including the 1968 Black Power Salute at the Summer Olympics as well as references from George Orwell’s novel 1984 in its lyrics. It is noted for its unorthodox guitar-playing, as is usually the case with most RATM songs.

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[25 Aug 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Pharoahe Monch – Simon Says (album: Internal Affairs)

Simon Says is the first single of the debut album Internal Affairs by rapper and hip-hop artist Pharoahe Monch. Released in 1999, the song was the fifth track of the album, and was produced by Pharoahe Monch himself. The chief songwriter on the single has been credited as T. Jamerson. The song was a Top 100 Hit in the US, missing the Top 40 charts by a whisker…

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[25 Aug 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
PAK – Rampage (album: Unavailable)

Rampage is the entrance theme song for the UFC wrestler Quinton Jackson. The song was composed by artist PAK exclusively for the wrestler. It features unusual sounds such as the blades of a helicopter in the initial part and an energetic clapping-chorus by a crowd during the song. The verse “God says that a man should work with his hands” is featured at the very start of the song…

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