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The Blueprint - Boogie Down Productions - Ghetto Music: The Blueprint Of Hip Hop (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Nikogal

    Rappern wie z.B. R.U.N. D.M.C. anschließt, aber mach echt Freude. "The Blueprint of Hip Hop" ist sicher eines der wertigeren Alben nach der eigentlichen Oldschool-Zeit. Das Album hatte ich zuvor auf Vinyl, doch da ich meinen Turntable vorerst eingemottet habe, habe ich mir das Scheibchen besorgt und bin Hochzufrieden damit/5(18).
  2. Mezigami

    Here you can browse our entire database alphabetically by artist name, or by the year the albums was released. Items 1, - 2, of 17,
  3. Tugami

    Apr 16,  · Boogie Down Productions led by frontman KRS-One is back for a third album. And this time KRS has fully adopted his new moniker of a Teacha, Blueprint is all about schooling kids whether it's about hip-hop or politics in general/5(29).
  4. Faegal

    Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop Boogie Down Productions Hip-Hop/Rap ; Ghetto Music 13 World Peace 13 Songs, 49 Minutes Also Available in iTunes More By Boogie Down Productions See All. The Essential By All Means Necessary Criminal Minded Sex & Violence Criminal Minded (Deluxe)
  5. Vokazahn

    Listen free to Boogie Down Productions – Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop (The Style You Haven't Done Yet, Why Is That? and more). 13 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.coinfo
  6. Tojakora

    A niche journey down the hidden corners of memory lane: diggin' up past rarities, celebrating cult classics, and showcasing emerging talent!
  7. Gardajas

    Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop by Boogie Down Productions on WhoSampled. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music.
  8. Gorg

    Boogie Down Productions are one of the most influential pro-black political-driven Hip Hop groups, assembled in the late ‘80s. Not to be confused with any other crews making phat beats and dope rhymes to pack dance floors, BDP spread hardcore politics and black urban consciousness and were pioneers at using Hip Hop as a vehicle to amplify their expressive .

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