Friday, 19 October 2018

Generic list post: 2018 late pass! (thus far)

"Ten four! Ten four!
The Martorialist has been spotted dropping a list of legit jams™ he'd slept on until 2018!
Officer required! Please bring heat-resistant gear!"

We got De La Soul samples by The Outlaw Blues Band; 70's synth-pop by Squeeze before Jools Holland discovered his boogie woogie piano; L.A Chicano Punk by The Brat; various Bay Area shit by Mac Dre, Father Dom, Z-Man, Ghost8800, and Calvin T; an unreleased Pete Rock & C.L Smooth which saw the light of day in 2009; an early Devo song Jason Jessee used in a skate video; a killer single from Ice Cube's equivalent of Knoc'turnal & Kokane; a proper saucy sitar Grip Plyaz joint; an electro-boogie cover version of Steely Dan's Peg by Brian Ellis; Nigerian semi-Grime from DJ Consequence & YCEE which bodies the British stuff: and a 70th Street Carlos loosie from the biffin's bridge of 2017.

The Outlaw Blues Band - Deep Gully (1969)
Squeeze - Take Me I'm Yours (1978)
The Brat - Attitudes (1980)
Mac Dre & DJ Cee - Donkey Ain't Free (demo) (1989)
Pete Rock & C.L Smooth - Cool & Calm (1990/2009)
Devo - Fountain of Filth (1978/1992)
Father Dom - Tell Your Baby Mama Leave Me Alone (1997)
Z-Man - White Girls Wit Ass (1999)
Mr Short Khop ft. Kokane - Dollaz, Drank & Dank (2001)
Grip Plyaz - Big Ballin' (2008)
Ghost8800 - Sonic Boom (video mix) (2012)
Calvin T - Bottom Bitch (2014)
Brian Ellis - Peg (2015)
DJ Consequence ft. YCEE - In A Benz (2016)
70th Street Carlos - Rich N*gga Bitch (2017)

(Post edited to include new discoveries.)


Yeldarb said...

It might blow up but it won't go pop

L.A said...

"Peg" cover is bokners

GGGGG said...

Cypress Hill sampled that song too

Kelvin Mack10zie said...

De La used it better even though they didn't actually rap over it, imho.

Anonymous said...

70th Street Carlos is bizarrely slept on. Should be so much bigger than he is.