Various Artists - BET: Best of Rap City album download
BET: Best of Rap City is an excellent collection of some of the best and most popular hip-hop singles of 1998 and 1999, nicely summing up the state of contemporary mainstream rap while providing a consistently strong listen. Some of the biggest names present are Eminem ("My Name Is"), Busta Rhymes ("What's It Gonna Be?!" with Janet Jackson), Jay-Z ("Hard Knock Life"), Master P ("Make 'Em Say Uhh!"), Nas ("Nas Is Like"), and 2Pac ("Changes"), among many others.
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BET: Best of Rap City is an excellent collection of some of the best and most popular hip-hop singles of 1998 and 1999, nicely summing up the state of contemporary mainstream rap while providing a consistently strong listen. Some of the biggest names present are Eminem ("My Name Is"), Busta Rhymes ("What's It Gonna Be?!" with Janet Jackson), Jay-Z ("Hard Knock Life"), Master P ("Make 'Em Say Uhh!"), Nas ("Nas Is Like"), and 2Pac ("Changes"), among many others
Bet Ya Man Can't (Triz). Featuring – 2nd II None. 7243 8 48291 2 4. Various. BET: Best Of Rap City (CD, Comp, Promo). Virgin Records America. US. 1999.
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The album burrows deeper into the idea of double consciousness by splitting the album into halves, with Issa Gold rapping "So a nigga ain't have no direction/Locked up in my own mental prison/Suicide on my mind, no one listen/Made a nigga remain so distant" on "Chasing Faith. There's otherworldly funk ("Star Signs") contrasted with haunted church chants ("Generation Z") on an album that seeks to discover one's place in the mortal world. But his real strength is a rap style in which conflicting moods of anxiety and confidence, strength and vulnerability all coexist and collide. Various Artists, ‘Hamilton: Original Broadway Soundtrack
For starters, it's a remarkable rap album in every way rap can be remarkable. It's a portrait of the jungle through the eyes of the prey. Despite a Grammy snub, it was well received by fans, critics, and peers. 93. of 100. Juvenile: '400 Degreez'. Guru used his monotone voice like an instrument to call attention to inner-city strife, while Premier backed him up with some of the grimiest beats hip-hop has ever heard. 73. Pharcyde: 'Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde'. Delicious Vinyl Records. While De La Soul was brewing Daisy Age rap on the East Coast, Pharcyde was diligently paying attention out West
When he became host, Rap City became Rap City: Tha Basement, and it was the physical demarcation of the booth as the place where rappers would freestyle that sparked the segment’s popularity. Whether it was with Freestyle Fridays or Rap City, BET had a solid grip on what their audience wanted around the turn of the millennium. Freestyle Fridays even spawned a Ruff Ryder signing in the Chinbese-American rapper, Jin. Sure, you could see Eminem or Nelly or Busta on TRL, but they wouldn't spit an exclusive verse like they would in The Booth.
|1||What's It Gonna Be||Janet Jackson / Juvenile / Busta Rhymes||4:50|
|2||It Ain't My Fault, Pt. 2||Mystikal / Silkk the Shocker||3:24|
|3||Superthug Debbie Harry / Chad Hugo / Victor Santiago / Chris Stein / P. Williams||Noreaga||4:57|
|4||Nas Is Like Chris Martin / Nas||Nas||3:55|
|5||Who Dat Christopher "Tricky" Stewart / Jeff Thompkins||Sole / Jay Tee||3:51|
|6||What's It Gonna Be Trevor Smith||Janet Jackson / Busta Rhymes||5:24|
|7||Hot Spot Irv Gotti / Jay-Z||Foxy Brown||3:51|
|8||My Name Is Dr. Dre / Marshall Mathers||Eminem||4:28|
|9||Da Art of Storytellin', Pt. 1 André Benjamin / Antwan Patton / David Sheats||OutKast / Slick Rick||4:09|
|10||Discipline||Gang Starr / Total||4:16|
|11||Break Ups 2 Make Ups S. Barnes / Clifford Smith||D'Angelo / Method Man||3:52|
|12||Bet Ya Man Can't (Triz) D. Foster||Fat Joe / Big Pun / Triple Seis||3:54|
|13||Hand in Hand D. Blake / El DeBarge||2nd II None / DJ Quik||4:17|
|14||In Decatur Timothy Cameron / Garry Glenn / Antonio Mobley / Rodney Richard||Ghetto Mafia / Silk||4:34|
|15||Make Em Say Ugh Craig Derry / Percy Miller / Dwain Mitchell / Sylvia Robinson / Michael Tyler / Mia X||Master P||5:04|
|16||Tell Me Stanley Brown / Moses Davis / Angie Martinez||Beenie Man / Angie Martinez||3:28|
|17||Cheapskate (You Ain't Gettin' Nada) Roy Ayers / Steven Ford / Kurt Howell / Rev. Dan Willis||Sporty Thievz||3:37|
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