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Various - S.I.N. Hip Hop/ Urban Selections #22 2000 album download




S.I.N. Hip Hop/ Urban Selections #22 2000


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Various - S.I.N. Hip Hop/ Urban Selections #22 2000 album download


1 Mya, Jadakiss Best If Me (Holla Remix) 3:50
2 Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg The Next Episode (Clean Edit) 2:41
3 Torrey Carter, Missy Elliott Take That 3:45
4 DJ Quik Pitch In On A Party 4:08
5 RaRa , IMX, Mila J Throw It Up (Remix) 4:03
6 Common, Bilal The 6th Sense (Something U Feel) 4:26
7 Kurupt Ride Wit Us 3:08
8 Rowdy Rahz Nev-ah 3:58
9 Rah Digga Break Fool 3:35
10 Outsidaz The Rah Rah (Clean Version) 4:20
11 Miracle Bounce 4:25
12 Wyclef Jean Thug Angels 4:07
13 Cuban Link Flowers For The Dead 4:17
14 Peeps Put Me On 3:51
15 Lucy Pearl Dance Tonight 3:45
16 Brian McKnight 6, 8, 12 4:11
17 Kevon Edmonds No Love (I'm Not Used To) (Joe's Mix) 3:46
18 Donell Jones Where I Wanna Be 4:11


  • Executive-Producer – Vince Pellegrino


Includes hard to find rare versions.

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Shaggy feat Marvin G - Sexual Healing. Time to reminisce of the good old hip-hop times, when autotune hadn't destroyed most of the tunes just yet, when 50 Cents had number one hit songs on the Billboard hot 100, when Miley Cyrus wasn't trying to be the most gangsta women on the block and Missy Eliott was still the coolest chick in town, when milkshake were bringing.

I kept playing the smooth samples on Memories Live, the knock of The Blast, and the cool vibes that came with Move Somethin. Overall, this is close to flawless musically and the Dave Chappelle voice over as Rick James takes it over the top and hints at what’s to come in his own career. Top 3 Songs Memories Live The Blast Down For The Count. Kanye West - The College Dropout (2004). Mainstream acclaim aside, this album was really a solid listen that showcased Em having more fun musically while still providing the psycho white boy image that won fans over on his Slim Shady LP album.

The best music of 2000. See which albums are sitting at the top of this year's charts. The Highest Rated Albums of 2000.

Hip-Hop The Best Rappers of the 2000s. Originally by Susie Moss. List Rules Greatest rappers from 2000-2010. The best '00s rappers include any and all worthy artists who influenced hip-hop music between 2000 and 2010. And, while Ludacris released his first album in the 90s, his major label debut came in 2000 with Back for the First Time. He followed that up with 2001's Word of Mouf - thus, earning a spot on this list of the best rappers of the 2000s. And of course, no discussion of the best '00 rappers would be complete without a mention of Kanye West. West produced for others during the 90s and early 2000s, but in 2004, with the release of his debut album, The College Dropout, Kanye became a huge commercial success. The College Dropout established West as one of the most talented rappers/hip hop artists of the decade.

1. Insane in the Brain - Cypress Hill. 18. Hip Hop - Dead Prez. 20. Ante Up (Robbin Hoodz Theory) - . 22. Shook Ones, Pt. II - Mobb Deep. 23. Gucci Gucci - Kreayshawn.

Undoubtedly the best hip-hop album of the 2000s. Trap Muzik You could argue that Trap Muzik was . s middle finger to Arista, which dropped him after his first outing, the consciously unprofessional I'm Serious, tanked. Trap Muzik supplemented the grimy sound of . s debut with polished layers that underlined his versatility. 9. CunninLynguists - Southernunderground Southern-fried beats and gripping narratives were all in a day's work for this forward-thinking Kentucky group. 8. Danger Mouse & Jemini - Ghetto Pop Life The funny thing about Danger Mouse is that he never really altered his aesthetic.

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