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Title Smithsonian anthology of hip-hop and rap [sound recording].

Publication Info. Washington, DC : National Museum of African American History and Culture ; Smithsonian Folkways, [2020]


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Description 9 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (298 pages : illustrations, some color ; 32 cm)
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Physical Medium 4 3/4 in. CD
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Description digital rdatr CD
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Note Compact discs.
Title from container.
Performer Various performers.
Note "[A] collaboration between Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and the National Museum of African American History & Culture."
Credits Compilation producers: Beshou Gedamu, Cey Adams, Dwandalyn Reece, Huib Schippers, Kate Harrington, Mary Monseur, Richard James Burgess, Timothy Anne Burnside ; executive producers: Lonnie G. Bunch III, Daniel E. Sheehy.
Note Contains material previously released 1979-2013.
Summary This collection includes 129 tracks on 9 CDs and a book with original design by Cey Adams, artist and founding creative director of Def Jam Recordings, as well as essays by some of hip-hop's leading writers and critics and hundreds of photographs spanning decades of history. Through the music, writing, and extensive liner notes, the Anthology reveals the many trends within this multifaceted genre, its social and political implications, and its influence on popular culture.
Contents Disc 1 (1979-1982). King Tim III (Fatback) -- Rapper's delight (Sugarhill Gang) -- Funk you up (The Sequence) -- The breaks (Kurtis Blow) -- That's the joint (Funky Four +1) -- Monster jam (Spoonie Gee meets The Sequence) -- The body rock (Treacherous Three) -- Rapture (Blondie) -- The adventures of Grandmaster Flash on the wheels of steel (Grandmaster Flash) -- Planet rock (Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force).
Disc 2 (1982-1984). The message (Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five) -- Rockin' it (The Fearless Four) -- Punk rock rap (Cold Crush Brothers) -- Rockit (Herbie Hancock) -- Looking for the perfect beat (Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force) -- It's like that (Run-DMC) -- Friends (Whodini) -- Fresh, wild, fly and bold (Cold Crush Brothers) -- It's yours (12" radio mix) (T La Rock & Jazzy Jay) -- Hey DJ (original 12" mix) (The World's Famous Supreme Team) -- Jam on it (Newcleus) -- Roxanne, Roxanne (UTFO).
Disc 3 (1984-1988). Roxanne's revenge (Roxanne Shanté) -- Fat boys (Fat Boys) -- La-Di-Da-Di (Doug E. Fresh & MC Ricky D) -- I can't live without my radio (LL Cool J) -- P.S.K. 'What does it mean'? (Schoolly-D) -- Walk this way (Run-DMC ; feat. Aerosmith) -- Paul Revere (Beastie Boys) -- Ego tripping (Ultra Magnetic MC's) -- 6 'N the mornin' (Ice-T) -- How ya like me now (Kool Moe Dee) -- I need love (LL Cool J) -- Eric B. is president (Eric B. ; feat. Rakim) -- King of the beats (Mantronix).
Disc 4 (1987-1989). A.F.R.I.C.A. (Stetsasonic ; feat. the Rev. Jesse Jackson & Olatunji) -- Parents just don't understand (Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince) -- Top billin' (Audio Two) -- Lyte as a rock (MC Lyte) -- Raw (Big Daddy Kane) -- The symphony (Marley Marl ; feat. Masta Ace, Craig G, Kool G Rap & Big Daddy Kane) -- I Cram to Understand U (Sam) (MC Lyte) -- Wild thing (Tone-Lōc) -- It takes two (Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock) -- I'll house you (Jungle Brothers) -- Fuck tha police (N.W.A.) -- Fight the power (Public Enemy) -- Self destruction (The Stop the Violence Movement) -- Life is...too short (Too Short) -- Children's story (Slick Rick) -- The gas face (radio edit) (3rd Bass).
Disc 5 (1989-1991). Ladies first (Queen Latifah ; feat. Monie Love) -- Bring the noise (Public Enemy) -- Me myself and I (remastered single version (De La Soul) -- Just a friend (Biz Markie) -- It's funky enough (The D.O.C.) -- Me so horny (The 2 Live Crew) -- The humpty dance (Digital Underground) -- U can't touch this (MC Hammer) -- Ice ice baby (Vanilla Ice) -- All for one (Brand Nubian) -- Mind playing tricks on me (Geto Boys) -- Scenario (LP Mix) (A Tribe Called Quest) -- The choice Is yours (Black Sheep) -- Let's talk about sex (Salt-N-Pepa) -- You can't play with my Yo-Yo (Yo-Yo ; feat. Ice Cube) -- O.P.P. (Naughty By Nature).
Disc 6 (1992-1994). Nuthin' but a 'G' thang (Dr. Dre ; feat. Snoop Doggy Dogg) -- It was a good day (Ice Cube) -- Baby got back (Sir Mix-A-Lot) -- Tennessee (Arrested Development) -- Rebirth of slick (cool like dat) (Digable Planets) -- Jump around (House of Pain) -- I Got a Man (Positive K) -- They reminisce over you (T.R.O.Y.) (Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth) -- Pocket full of stones (UGK) -- C.R.E.A.M. (Wu-Tang Clan) -- Insane in the brain (radio edit) (Cypress Hill) -- Passin' me by (The Pharcyde) -- Comin' out hard (Eightball & MJG) -- I used to love H.E.R. (Common Sense) -- Funkdafied (Da Brat) -- N.Y. state of mind (Nas) -- Flava in ya ear (remix) (Craig Mack ; feat. The Notorious B.I.G., Rampage, LL Cool J, Busta Rhymes).
Disc 7 (1994-1997). Sabotage (Beastie Boys) -- Juicy (The Notorious B.I.G.) -- DWYCK (Gang Starr ; feat. Nice & Smooth) -- Regulate (Warren G ; feat. Nate Dogg) -- Murder was the case (Snoop Doggy Dogg) -- Sprinkle Me (E-40 ; feat. Suga T) -- Cell therapy (Goodie Mob) -- Gangsta's paradise (Coolio ; feat. L.V.) -- Dear mama (2Pac) -- Shook ones, part 2 (Mobb Deep) -- I'll be there for you / You're all I need to get by (Razor Sharp mix) (Method Man ; feat. Mary J. Blige) -- I'll be (Foxy Brown ; feat. Jay-Z) -- No time (Lil' Kim ; feat. Puff Daddy) -- Tha crossroads (Bone Thugs-n-Harmony) -- Triumph (Wu-Tang Clan ; feat. Cappadonna) -- Put your hands where my eyes could see (Busta Rhymes) -- Make 'em say uhh! (Master P ; feat. Silkk the Shocker, Mia X, Fiend).
Disc 8 (1997-2002). The rain (supa dupa fly) (Missy Elliott) -- Doo wop (that thing) (Lauryn Hill) -- Ruff Ryders' anthem (DMX) -- The next movement (The Roots) -- Mathematics (Mos Def) -- Bling bling (BG) -- Hip-hop (dead prez) -- Stan (Eminem ; feat. Dido) -- Ms. Jackson (OutKast) -- Country grammar (hot shit) (Nelly) -- Southern hospitality (Ludacris ; feat. Pharrell) -- One mic (Nas) -- In da club (50 Cent) -- Get low (Lil' Jon & The East Side Boyz ; feat. Ying Yang Twins).
Disc 9 (2004-2013). Black girl pain (Talib Kweli) -- Jesus walks (Kanye West) -- Stay fly (Three 6 Mafia ; feat. Young Buck, Eightball & MJG) -- Hustlin' (Rick Ross) -- Hip-hop saved my life (Lupe Fiasco ; feat. Nikki Jean) -- My president (Young Jeezy ; feat. Nas) -- Get like me (David Banner ; feat. Chris Brown & Yung Joc) -- Tie my hands (Lil Wayne ; feat. Robin Thicke) -- Exhibit C (Jay Electronica) -- Super bass (Nicki Minaj) -- Thrift shop (Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ; feat. Wanz) -- Crooked smile (J. Cole ; feat. TLC) -- Blood on the leaves (Kanye West) -- Started from the bottom (Drake).
[Book]. Who knows but that, on the lower frequencies, I speak for you? / Jeff Chang -- In the tradition : hip-hop music and its precursors / Bill Adler -- The g-word: on graffiti culture / Michael A. Gonzales -- Hip-hop heroines / Kierna Mayo -- Trusting in the grooves / Michael Holman -- Breaking on the break : the evolution of hip-hop dance / Joseph Schloss -- Breathing life : hip-hop and rap culture / Chuck D -- Bling and beyond : from the streets to the runway / Gabriel Allan Tolliver -- The South got something to say / Regina N. Bradley -- The hip-hop economy / Bill Stephney -- From mixtapes to mainstreams : what next? / Naima Cochrane -- Collecting hip-hop at the National Museum of African American History & Culture / Timothy Anne Burnside.
Subject Rap (Music)
Popular music -- 1971-1980.
Popular music -- 1981-1990.
Popular music -- 1991-2000.
Popular music -- 2001-2010.
Popular music -- 2011-2020.
Genre/Form Rap (Music)
Hip-hop (Music)
Popular music.
Added Author Sheehy, Daniel, 1947- audio producer.
Bunch, Lonnie G., III, audio producer.
Adams, Cey, designer.
Blow, Kurtis, performer.
Spoonie Gee, performer.
Grandmaster Flash, performer.
Afrika Bambaataa, 1957- performer.
Hancock, Herbie, 1940- performer.
T-La-Rock (Rap musician), performer.
Roxanne Shanté, 1969- performer.
Fresh, Doug E., performer.
M. C. Ricky D., performer.
LL Cool J, 1968- performer.
Schoolly D., performer.
Ice-T (Musician), performer.
Kool Moe Dee (Musician), performer.
D.J. Jazzy Jeff, performer.
Fresh Prince, performer.
MC Lyte, performer.
Kane, Big Daddy, performer.
Marley Marl, 1962- performer.
Masta Ace, 1966- performer.
Craig G., performer.
Kool G Rap (Musician), performer.
Tone-Lōc, performer.
Base, Rob, performer.
DJ E-Z Rock, performer.
Too Short (Musician), performer.
Slick Rick, performer.
Love, Monie, performer.
Biz Markie, 1964-2021, performer.
D. O. C., performer.
Hammer, M. C., 1962- performer.
Vanilla Ice, performer.
Yo-Yo (Musician), performer.
Dr. Dre, 1965- performer.
Ice Cube (Musician), performer.
Sir Mix-A-Lot (Musician), performer.
Positive K, performer.
Rock, Pete, performer.
Smooth, C. L., performer.
Common (Musician), performer.
Da Brat (Musician), performer.
Nas (Musician), performer.
Mack, Craig, 1970-2018, performer.
Notorious B.I.G., 1972-1997, performer.
Rampage, 1975- performer.
Busta Rhymes (Musician), performer.
G, Warren, performer.
Nate Dogg, 1969-2011, performer.
Snoop Dogg, 1972- performer.
E-40 (Rapper), performer.
Suga T. (Rapper), performer.
Coolio, performer.
L. V. (Rapper), performer.
Shakur, Tupac, 1971-1996, performer.
Method Man, performer.
Blige, Mary J., performer.
Brown, Foxy, performer.
Jay-Z, 1969- performer.
Lil' Kim, performer.
Diddy, 1969- performer.
Cappadonna, performer.
Master P, performer.
Silkk the Shocker, performer.
X, Mia, performer.
Fiend (Rapper), performer.
Elliott, Missy, performer.
Hill, Lauryn, performer.
D M X, performer.
Mos Def (Rapper), performer.
B. G. (Musician), performer.
Eminem, 1972- performer.
Dido, 1971- performer.
Nelly (Rapper), performer.
Ludacris (Rapper), performer.
50 Cent (Musician), performer.
Lil Jon, 1971- performer.
Kweli, Talib, performer.
Ye, 1977- performer.
Young Buck (Rapper), performer.
Ross, Rick, 1976- performer.
Fiasco, Lupe, performer.
Jean, Nikki, performer.
Jeezy, 1977- performer.
Banner, David, performer.
Brown, Chris, 1989- performer.
Yung Joc, performer.
Lil Wayne, performer.
Thicke, Robin, 1977- performer.
Electronica, Jay, performer.
Minaj, Nicki, performer.
Macklemore, 1983- performer.
Lewis, Ryan, 1988- performer.
Wanz, 1961- performer.
J.Cole, 1985- performer.
Drake, 1986- performer.
Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings, production company.
National Museum of African American History and Culture (U.S.), production company.
Fatback (Musical group), performer.
Sugar Hill Gang (Musical group), performer.
Sequence (Musical group), performer.
Funky 4 plus 1 (Musical group), performer.
Treacherous Three (Musical group), performer.
Blondie (Musical group), performer.
Soulsonic Force (Musical group), performer.
Furious Five (Musical group), performer.
Fearless Four (Musical group), performer.
Cold Crush Brothers, performer.
Run-D.M.C. (Musical group), performer.
Whodini (Musical group), performer.
World's Famous Supreme Team (Musical group)
Newcleus (Musical group), performer.
UTFO (Musical group), performer.
Fat Boys (Musical group), performer.
Aerosmith (Musical group), performer.
Beastie Boys, performer.
Ultramagnetic MC's (Musical group), performer.
Eric B. & Rakim, performer.
Mantronix (Musical group), performer.
Stetsasonic (Musical group), performer.
Audio Two (Musical group), performer.
Jungle Brothers, performer.
N.W.A. (Musical group), performer.
Public Enemy (Musical group), performer.
Stop the Violence Movement (Musical group), performer.
3rd Bass (Musical group), performer.
De La Soul (Musical group), performer.
2 Live Crew, performer.
Digital Underground (Musical group), performer.
Brand Nubian (Musical group), performer.
Geto Boys (Musical group), performer.
Tribe Called Quest (Musical group), performer.
Black Sheep (Rap group), performer.
Salt-n-Pepa (Musical group), performer.
Naughty by Nature (Musical group), performer.
Arrested Development (Musical group), performer.
Digable Planets (Musical group), performer.
House of Pain (Musical group), performer.
UGK (Musical group), performer.
Wu-Tang Clan (Musical group), performer.
Cypress Hill (Musical group), performer.
Pharcyde (Musical group), performer.
8Ball & MJG (Musical group), performer.
Gang Starr (Musical group), performer.
Nice & Smooth (Musical group), performer.
Goodie Mob (Musical group), performer.
Mobb Deep (Musical group), performer.
Bone Thugs-n-harmony (Musical group), performer.
Roots (Musical group), performer.
Dead Prez (Musical group), performer.
OutKast (Musical group), performer.
East Side Boyz (Musical group), performer.
Ying Yang Twins, performer.
Three 6 Mafia (Musical group), performer.
TLC (Musical group), performer.
Added Title Anthology of hip-hop and rap
Hip-hop and rap
ISBN 9781734130508
Standard No. 093074023020
Music No. SFW CD 40230 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
SFW40230 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
40230 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

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