Aujourd’hui rendons hommage au parrain de la musique moderne, le seul et l’unique James Brown. Sans lui pas de Michael Jackson ou de Hip-Hop. Donc écoutez bien attentivement toutes ses productions et les morceaux de Rap qu’elles ont engendré car chaque morceau est un classique ! Et si vous regardez les années de sorties vous verrez qu’entre 1986 et 1990, sampler James Brown était synonyme de hit !

20. “In the Land of Milk & Honey” – Vicki Anderson (1972)

“Live At The BBQ” – Main Source ft NaS, Akinyele & Fatal (1991)

19. “Can Mind” – James Brown (1971)

“All For One” – Brand Nubian (1990)

18. “Soul Sistas!” – Myra Barnes (aka Vicki Anderson) (1970)

“In Control Of Things” – YZ & G Rock (1989)

17. “Hot Pants Road” – The JB’s (1972)

“Fight The Power” – Public Enemy (1989)

16. “Can I Get Some Help” – James Brown (1969)

“A Chorus Line” – Ultramagnetic Mc’s (1989)

15. “Papa Don’t Take No Mess (Part 1)” – James Brown (1974)

“Vapors” – Biz Markie (1988)

14. “Unwind Yourself” – Marva Whitney (1968)

“The 900 Number” – The 45 King (1988)

13. “Damn Right I’m Somebody” – Fred Wesley & The J.B.’s (1974)

“Let The Rhythm Run” – Salt-N-Pepa (1988)

12. “Think” – Lyn Collins (1972)

“It Takes Two” – Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock (1988)

11. “You Can Have Watergate Just Gimme Some Bucks And l’ll Be Straight” – The J.B.’s (1973)

“Hype Time” – The Bizzie Boyz

10. “Cross The Track (We Better Go Back)” – Maceo & The Macks (1974)

“Do This My Way” – Kid ‘N Play (1988)

9. “Mama feelgood” – Lyn Collins (1973)

“Raw” – Big Daddy Kane

8. “Blow Your Head” – Fred Wesley & The JB’s (1974)

“Public Enemy No. 1” – Public Enemy (1987)

7. “Don’t Tell It” – James Brown (1976)

“Poetry” – Boogie Down Productions (1987)

6. “Pass the Peas” – The JB’s

“The Overweight Lovers In The House” – Heavy D & The Boyz

5. “I Know You Got Soul” – Bobby Byrd (1968)

“I Know You Got Soul” – Eric B & Rakim (1987)

4. “Blues and Pants” – James Brown (1971)

“Do The James” – Super Lover Cee & Casanova Rud (1987)

3. “Get Up Offa That Thing” – James Brown (1976)

“South Bronx” – Boogie Down Productions (1986)

2. “Funky Drummer” – James Brown (1970)

“It’s A Demo” – Kool G Rap & Polo (1986)

1. “Funky President” – James Brown (1974)

“Eric B. is president” – Eric B. & Rakim (1986)

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