#1
What are your favourite hip hop beats?

I'll organise mine by rapper because those names are more recognisable and there are plenty of songs whose beat makers with whom I'm not familiar.









I'm posting more so that there aren't too many spoilers/links per post.
Last edited by chrismendiola at Dec 27, 2014,
#3
the ones that sample mid 70s soul/r&b




#10
Eminem had some mad production as well, courtesy mainly to Dre.

I mean Stan is one of the most iconic hip-hop songs ever and the beat is a huge part of it.


Kim is pretty massive as well
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literally everything on Madvillainy. Madlib is just such a top producer.



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#12
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Eminem had some mad production as well, courtesy mainly to Dre.

I mean Stan is one of the most iconic hip-hop songs ever and the beat is a huge part of it.


Kim is pretty massive as well


Perhaps you mean courtesy mainly of Dre
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#17
Glad to see more Lupe, wouldn't have gone with Superstar or Paris, Tokyo though
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#18
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Eminem had some mad production as well, courtesy mainly to Dre.

I mean Stan is one of the most iconic hip-hop songs ever and the beat is a huge part of it.


Kim is pretty massive as well


I can hardly even listen to Kim tbh
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#24
c.r.e.a.m. is easily the worst song on 36 chambers

wu-tang: 7th chamber - part ii <---- hmu on that old boom bap ok
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#25
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wu-tang: 7th chamber - part ii <---- hmu on that old boom bap ok


i leave the mic in body bags my rap style has
the FORCE to leave you LOST like the tribe of shabazz

murderous material made by a madman
it's the mic wrecker INSPECTAH bad man
from the bad lands of the killer rap fanatic
representing with the skill that's iller

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The shooby doo-wop pop strictly hardware

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charged by the system for murdering the rhythm
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TOP 5 GOAT VERSE right there get w/ the dad raps
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#28
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And NY State of Mind. I mean seriously, that bass line is next level

I used to love this beat, I'm sick of it now.
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Eminem had some mad production as well, courtesy mainly to Dre.

Meh. Eminem's songs' beats tend to be really silly or good but doesn't match his style at all. I'm not a fan of Dr. Dre's beats, and the Bass Brothers are the ones who made the silly beats, for the most part.

If I had to pick favourites from Eminem's discography, I'd pick "Till I Collapse," "Superman," "Role Model," "Session One," "Still Don't Give a ****," "Buffalo Bill," or "Rock Bottom." But I can't say that I have much love for any of them.
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Glad to see more Lupe, wouldn't have gone with Superstar or Paris, Tokyo though

I forgot "Kick Push II," "Form Follows Function," and "Hurt Me Soul." What would you have added?
#30
Nas - NY State of Mind
producer - DJ Premier
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKjj4hk0pV4

Cage - Agent Orange
producer - Necro
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctaSSbhe6iM

Eminem - Beautiful
producer - Eminem & Jeff Bass (I've always liked the Bass Brother production on Em's songs better than Dr. Dre)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgT1AidzRWM

Dr. Dre - Let Me Ride (any of Dre's tracks with the high pitched synth lines)
producer - Dr. Dre
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgWDzLIF654

Madvillian - Accordion
producer - Madlib
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpex2Gy9oJY
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#31
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I can hardly even listen to Kim tbh

it's probably the scariest song I know. I used to jam it a lot as an angry teenager but now it puts me in a really dark place lol
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Honestly this is one of the best beats in ages, what I first thought of

also

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t99r8JSdI7s

and on doing an evil deed blues and serious shit too
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#33
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I forgot "Kick Push II," "Form Follows Function," and "Hurt Me Soul." What would you have added?


To replace those two from the Cool, I'd go with Little Weapon and Streets on Fire, IMHO
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#34
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the ones that sample mid 70s soul/r&b

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQARsGUzjfo

this shit

edit: whoever posted Bitch I'm Lugubrious is my hero

edit2: For nostalgia sake, I've always loved Shimmy Shimmy Ya's beat.



Also, Liquor Lyle's Cool July is up there for me.



And Rosa Parks is top tier.



edit3:

yeah yeah its triphop whatever who cares Nujabes/Cise Starr were fantastic together



also more outkast because SpottieOttieDopaliscious has a sexy beat

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#35
where the **** is cypress hill and gravdiggas?

90's rap/hip hop had the best beats.
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#36
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where the **** is cypress hill and gravdiggas?

90's rap/hip hop had the best beats.

I don't know about best, but they definitely had some of the most hype beats.
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#37
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I dunno who made this beat, Beethoven or smthn.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VtsTW_t9xk


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J Dilla + Ali Shaheed Muhammad


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