From 1992 Album: "Return of the Product"...[Artist info below]..... -- Get the music here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00000E5G1/ref=as_li_tf_til?tag=vintagehyoutu-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=B00000E5G1&adid=13F9NPR6259E0APZ1GWQ He is credited with creating the slang term "the Gas Face". He grew up in Far Rockaway, Queens, attending Far Rockaway High School., and graduated from Music & Art High School. After recording three albums with 3rd Bass?The Cactus Album (1989), Cactus Revisited (1990), and Derelicts of Dialect (1991)?Serch launched a solo career with Return of the Product (1992, Def Jam). The album featured two hit singles: "Here It Comes" (which hit #1 on Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks chart); and "Back to the Grill" featuring Chubb Rock, Red Hot Lover Tone and Nas. Serch was the executive producer of Nas? Illmatic, one of the most critically acclaimed albums of the 1990s. He also helped to cultivate the rapper O.C. after hearing him on the Organized Konfusion song "Fudge Pudge", helping him secure a record contract with Wild Pitch Records. In 1995 Serch also mentored the newly formed Non Phixion. Since retiring from performing, Serch has run a promotions company (Serchlite Music). He appeared in Spike Lee's Bamboozled (2000) as a member of the fictitious hip-hop group Mau Maus (played by other real-life hip-hop performers such as Mos Def, Charli Baltimore and Canibus). His character was a white revolutionary who was supposed to be 1/16th African-American. From 2003 he hosted Serch In The AM on Detroit Urban Radio Station FM 98 WJLB; he was the first Jewish DJ at that station. MC Serch was dismissed from WJLB in March 2006, reportedly due to a dispute over a Super Bowl weekend party at the club "Motor City Live." Serch also hosted the VH1 reality series Ego Trip's The (White) Rapper Show, known for his catch phrase: "Woop-WOOP!", which ended in March of 2007. A follow-up show, ego trip's Miss Rap Supreme, debuted in 2008. Serch has since returned to the radio airwaves in Detroit on the urban station Hot 102.7
Download Playlist https://userscloud.com/azdxfp7o6zh7 00:00:00 1. Notorious B.I.G. - Ten Crack Commandments 00:03:21 2. Brand Nubian - The Return 00:07:14 3. Nas - Nas Is Like 00:11:10 4. EDO G. - Saying Something 00:14:56 5. Gang Starr - You Know My Steez 00:18:52 6. Afu-Ra - Defeat 00:22:26 7. Jay-z - D'Evils 00:25:55 8. Rhymefest - Real Nigga Quotes 00:29:54 9. Blaq Poet - We Gon' Ill 00:34:20 10. Rakim - When I B On Tha Mic 00:37:50 11. Nas - N.Y. State of Mind 00:42:40 12. Big L feat. Big Daddy Kane - Platinum Plus 00:45:58 13. Common - The 6th Sense 00:50:04 14. Big Daddy Kane - Any Type of Way 00:54:02 15. O.C. - My World 00:58:18 16. D&D All-Stars - 1, 2 Pass It 01:03:13 17. Rakim - It's Been A Long Time 01:07:09 18. KRS-One - Outta Here 01:11:36 19. Kool g rap-first nigga 01:14:30 20. Royce da 5`9 - My Friend 01:17:55 21. Evidence - You 01:21:51 22. Gang Starr - Skills 01:25:11 23. KRS-One - MC's Act Like They Don't Know 01:29:20 24. Nas - Come Get Me 01:33:32 25. Ras Kass - Golden Child 01:37:04 26. Group Home - Livin' Proof 01:41:19 27. Gang Starr - Full Clip 01:44:54 28. Sonja Blade - Look 4 tha Name 01:48:33 29. The L.O.X. - Recognize 01:52:43 30. Royce da 5`9 - Boom Download Playlist https://userscloud.com/azdxfp7o6zh7
Georgetown Professor Michael Eric Dyson and iconic rapper Nas analyzed the current state of hip-hop during a conversation in Gaston Hall.
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1. AA Meeting Intro 2. Likwidation 3. Captain Hook 4. Nas Skit 5. Tore Down 6. Off The Wall 7. Killin' It 8. LL Cool J Skit 9. Feel The Real 10. Hip Hop Drunkies 11. Aww Sh*t! 12. J-Ro Late Skit 13. K
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From 1993 Album: "Juvenile Hell" Mobb Deep was an American hip hop duo from the Queensbridge Houses in New York City. The group consisted of Havoc and Prodigy and was "one of the most critically acclaimed hardcore East Coast Hip-Hop groups." They were known for their dark, hardcore delivery as exemplified in "Shook Ones (Part II)." Mobb Deep became one of the most successful rap duos in hip hop, having sold over three million records. Mobb Deep's net worth was estimated at $10 million USD. Prodigy passed away in Las Vegas, Nevada. He sucummbed to his long battle with sickle cell anemia. Two of their albums have been critical successes; The Infamous (1995) and Hell on Earth (1996). The group briefly disbanded in 2012 but later reunited. In 1992, before Mobb Deep was officially established, Havoc and Prodigy originally went by Poetical Prophets and released their first demo titled Flavor for the Nonbelievers which was promoted through the Unsigned Hype column of The Source magazine. In 1993, Havoc and Prodigy, released their debut album, Juvenile Hell, which was promoted by the single "Peer Pressure." Also that year, Havoc made a guest appearance on the Black Moon album Enta Da Stage on a song titled "U Da Man." In 1994 the duo released a single titled "Shook Ones Part 1". The group saw its first major success with their second album, The Infamous, released in 1995. Mobb Deep catapulted to the top of the hardcore hip-hop scene through Havoc and Prodigy's straightforward narration of street life. In this album, Mobb Deep portrayed the struggles of living in New York City's Queensbridge Houses where Havoc grew up. Following the release of The Infamous, Mobb Deep became some of the most prolific artists of the East Coast. The production of this album was very dark and sample-based thanks to Havoc, who produced the beats from this point forward. Furthermore, the hit single "Shook Ones Pt. II", a remix to the hit Shook Ones, received critical acclaim. Mobb Deep's third album, Hell on Earth was released in 1996 debuting at number six on the Billboard Album Chart; the album continued the duo's portrayal of harsh street life while further pushing them to the forefront of Hip Hop scene along with contemporary East Coast Rappers like The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Wu-Tang Clan, Big L and fellow Queensbridge rapper Nas. Nas as well as Method Man and Raekwon of the Wu Tang Clan appear on 'Hell on Earth'. In 1996, they appeared on the Red Hot Organization's compilation CD, America is Dying Slowly alongside Biz Markie, Wu-Tang Clan and Fat Joe among many other prominent Hip Hop artists. This compilation was solely meant to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men and this compilation was heralded as "a masterpiece" by The Source Magazine, a Hip Hop publication. 1997 Mobb Deep was featured on Frankie Cutlass "Politics & Bullsh*t" album track title "Know Da Game" which also features Kool G Rap. In 1998, the duo collaborated with reggae dancehall artist Bounty Killer on the track "Deadly Zone" for the soundtrack to Blade. In 1999, they released the highly anticipated Murda Muzik album which, despite extensive bootlegging, had the majority of its songs unintentionally leaked. This resulted in delays in the official album release. When the album was officially released, it eventually debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and quickly received Platinum Certification and was further promoted by the popular single "Quiet Storm." Shortly afterward, Prodigy released his long-awaited solo album H.N.I.C in which he collaborated with fellow artists like (B.G., N.O.R.E.) and producers (including The Alchemist, Rockwilder and Just Blaze). Mobb Deep released Infamy while in 2001 the song "Burn" (featuring Vita) was perceived as a response to Jay-Z's diss song "Takeover" on The Blueprint, as was "Crawlin'," in which Prodigy's two verses both mention Jay-Z. The album marked a major stylistic change in which the duo moved away from a raw, minimalist, stripped-down beat toward a commercial friendly in terms with such songs as "Hey Luv (Anything)." This transition fostered accusations of "selling out." In 2003, the group split with Loud Records and released Free Agents: The Murda Mix Tape, in which Havoc and Prodigy proclaimed themselves "free agents" and addressed the group's split with its old label and its search for a new label. Jive Records signed the duo later in the year through a deal with the group’s own imprint. Mobb Deep then released Amerikaz Nightmare in 2004. The record sold poorly and lead to the group’s departure from the label. Today, as a result of various mergers, all of Mobb Deep's studio albums from 1995 to 2004 are owned by Sony Music Entertainment.
**Tracklist: *Edited & arranged by -ReVizionary* 0:00 The World is Yours- Nas 3:05 D. Original- Jeru Da Damaja 6:07 Hellavision- Main Source 8:06 On & On (Instrumental)- Shyheim 9:06 Can't Wait- Redman 12:42 The What- Notorious BIG & Method Man 16:08 Ghetto Diamond (instrumental)- Hard to Obtain 17:28 Put it On- Big L 20:24 Where my Homiez?- Ill Al Skratch 23:49 Keep it Real- Miilkbone 27:08 All Alone (revizionary instrumental edit)- Slick Rick 28:28 Ozone- O.C. 31:45 Code of the Streets- Gangstarr 34:24 Buck em Down Remix (instrumental)- Black Moon 35:31 Uptown Shit- Kurious 38:32 Wrong Side of the Tracks- Artifacts 41:48 Jersey (revizionary instrumental edit)- Queen Latifah 43:18 Got Cha Opin (remix)- Black Moon 46:37 Props over here- Beatnuts 49:37 Brooklyn Zoo (instrumental)- Ol' Dirty Bastard 50:55 Brainstorm- O.C. & Lord Finesse 53:55 Flava in Ya Ear Remix (verses cut edit)- Biggie, Craig Mack, Busta Rhymes 57:09 Grand Puba- I like it 1:00:18 Danger (instrumental)- Blahzay Blahzay 1:01:35 Crooklyn Dodgers- Masta Ace, Buckshot, Special Ed 1:04:25 The Natural- Mic Geronimo 1:06:20 Rather Unique- AZ 1:09:38 Keep it Real (instrumental)- Jamal 1:10:48 The Most Beautifullest thing in this World- Keith Murray 1:13:58 It's On You- Pete Rock & CL Smooth 1:17:21 Claimin' I'm a Criminal (instrumental edit) Outro- Brand Nubian This is one of the many Compilation cds I have made celebrating my love for good hip hop throughout the years. I edited all of the songs to some degree and even made instrumentals out of songs that did not have instrumental versions available. I like to include instrumentals at certain points during the compilation to fit as many songs in and add to the overall atmosphere of that year, and as a freestyle break. I did not use any DJ programs, but instead use editing software and crossfade to try to make a smooth transition between songs. Thanks for listening & please check out and "like" my page dedicated to real hip hop from the past to the present at facebook.com/pages/Real-Hip-Hop-past-present/460117994054457?ref=hl. I have this and other Compilations for download there.