Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap

by Various Artists
Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap
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  • Released: September 4, 2012
  • Label: Sony Legacy


  • 1.Freestyle (Live Acapella) - Ice-T
  • 2.Straight Outta Compton - N.W.A.
  • 3.Sucker M.C.'s (Krush Groove 1) - Run-DMC
  • 4.Follow The Leader - Eric B. & Rakim
  • 5.Freestyle (Live Acapella) - KRS One
  • 6.Raw - Big Daddy Kane
  • 7.The World Is Yours - Nas
  • 8.Full Clip - Gang Starr
  • 9.New Jack Hustler (Live Acapella) - Immortal Technique
  • 10.As High As Wu-Tang Get - Wu-Tang Clan
  • 11.Real Hip-Hop - Das EFX
  • 12.Freestyle (Live Acapella) - Melle Mel
  • 13.P.S.K. 'What Does It Mean'? - Schoolly D
  • 14.Ego Trippin' - Ultramagnetic MC's
  • 15.Bentleys & Bitches - Ras Kass
  • 16.King of The Beats - Mantronix
  • 17.It Takes Two - Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock
  • 18.Don't Stop...Planet Rock - Afrika Bambaataa & The Soul Sonic Force
  • 19.The Kid Magic (Live Acapella) - Lord Jamar
  • 20.Vivrant Thing (Club Mix) - Q-Tip
  • 21.Cold Rock A Party - MC Lyte
  • 22.Harder Than You Think...Just Like That - Public Enemy
  • 23.The Art of Rap (Live Acapella) - Grandmaster Caz

Product Description:

The companion to Ice-T's 2012-released hip-hop documentary, this disc provides a small sampling of the best rap music released throughout the '80s and '90s, along with a 2007 track from Public Enemy. That makes the disc ideal for younger rap fans whose frame of reference dates back no earlier than 2000. Its flaw is the absence of southern representation -- no Geto Boys, OutKast, or even UGK, despite Bun B's appearance in the film -- but no inclusion is unworthy, from the underground classics (Schoolly D's "P.S.K. 'What Does It Mean?'") to the crossover hits (Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock's "It Takes Two"). The sequence is broken up by a handful of on-the-spot a capella exclusives from KRS-One, Immortal Technique, Melle Mel, Ras Kass, Brand Nubian's Lord Jamar, Grandmaster Caz, and Ice-T himself. ~ Andy Kellman

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  • Sales Rank: 128,227
  • UPC: 887254613824
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