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JAY-Z’s long-awaited 13th solo album '4:44' is here and fans have already started to dig into it to identify some of the most prominent samples used by th. .
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The album also features the massive Chi Lites sample from the worldwide hit & In Love' (Beyonce Featuring Jay-Z). Gold digging-as sampled by jay-z 2 CD new. £1. 9. Various Artists - Gold Digging (As Sampled By Jay-Z) - Various Artists CD 8MVG.
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Public Service Announcement (Interlude). Seed of Love by Little Boy Blues (1968). No One Can Do It Better by The . was sampled in. Villuminati by J. Cole (2013). see 23 more connections. Chase the Devil by Max Romeo (1976). Murder to Excellence by Jay-Z and Kanye West (2011). Forgiven by 2 Chainz feat. What More Can I Say by Jay-Z feat. Vincent "Hum V" Bostic.
Gold Digging (As Sampled by Kanye West) CD2. Kanye West.
He also flips records that fans of JAY-Z, Mobb Deep, & The Notorious . G are sure to recognize. Meek Mill just dropped his newest album, Championships, and the project is packed with interesting samples. The album kicks off with the Papamitrou produced Intro, which samples Phil Collins‘ 1981 track In The Air Tonight. In The Air Tonight has previously been sampled by many other rappers, including Nas on One Mic, DMX on I Can Feel It, and 2Pac on Staring Through My Rearview. The very next track on Meek’s album, Trauma, also features a sample that should be familiar to hip-hop fans. Produced by Don Cannon, Trauma opens with a sample of Barclay James Harvest’s 1977 song Taking Me Higher.
The Blueprint 2: The Gift and the Curse (stylized as The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse) is the seventh studio album by American rapper Jay-Z. It was released on November 12, 2002, by Roc-A-Fella Records and Def Jam Recordings. The album serves as a sequel to his sixth album The Blueprint (2001). Parts of the album were later reissued for his compilation album, titled Blueprint . (2003). The album debuted at number one, shipping with first-week sales of 545,000 units
The Black Album was promoted with a retirement tour by Jay Z and three singles that also achieved Billboard chart success, including the top-ten hits "Change Clothes" and "Dirt Off Your Shoulder". Jay-Z said The Black Album would have a different producer for each track, and early magazine advertisements listed a series of numbers (representing tracks) and a producer for each number
|1||–Chi-Lites*||That's How Long I Love You||5:06|
|2||–John Holt||I Will||3:41|
|3||–Bobby Bland||Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City||3:46|
|4||–Al Green||Free At Last||3:28|
|5||–Chi-Lites*||Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)||3:00|
|6||–The Jackson 5||I Want You Back||2:57|
|7||–Billy Squier||The Big Beat||3:40|
|8||–Bobby Byrd||I'm Not To Blame||2:55|
|10||–David Ruffin||Common Man||3:09|
|11||–Tom Brock||There's Nothing In This World That Can Stop Me From Loving You||4:42|
|12||–Steve Cropper||Crop Dustin'||2:59|
|13||–Rick James & The Stone City Band*||Give It To Me Baby||3:52|
|14||–The Waitresses||I Know What Boys Like||3:15|
|15||–Hossam Ramzy||Khusara Khusara||2:16|
NotesNo artwork, comes in plastic sleeve
|HURTCD066||Various||Gold Digging - As Sampled By Jay-Z (2xCD, Comp)||Harmless||HURTCD066||UK||2006|