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All the great songs and lyrics from the "DJ Antoine: 2008" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Antoine Konrad (born June 23, 1975), better known as DJ Antoine, is a Swiss house and electro DJ and producer, from Sissach, Basel, Switzerland. He has had a number of successful single and album releases in Western Europe, in particular Switzerland and France.
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Here is that top 10 percentile, or more specifically, the Top 25 Hip Hop Albums of 2008. Check out last year’s if you like too. With DJ Premier, Black Milk and Khrysis on the boards, the pride of Coney Island’s rhymes spoke on the patience of his career, and why his unmistakable kindness ought not be confused as weakness. Perhaps it won’t be the magnum opus of King, nor the hood staple I’m Serious, but Tip did not waste a word or a moment in 2008, and the king made an album that was smart, feel-good, and made us all cry for victory.
This article summarizes the events, album releases, and album release dates in hip hop music for the year 2008. The Game states that after his third album, . Freekey Zeekey states that all is well with Dipset, and they are working on new projects. Rick Ross says that Trilla will be one of the best albums of 2008, and that he and Birdman are recording an album together, as well as making a movie together.
The Archive by DJ Q, released 29 June 2016 1. The Intro 2. Back 2 Bassics 3. Fukt 4. Dirty 5. Inst-rue-mental 6. The Reasons 7. They Haven't Got A Chance 8. Shottas 9. Unit 50 10. Fat 11. Original Bad 12. Shuffle 13. Fear 14. Watching You 15. Afraid 16. Tea Bag 17. The Reasons Remix 18. Old Flex 19. Free Stevie 20. Rider 21. Shades 22. What To Do 23. Victory (Bonus Track) 2. You Got Me Remix (Bonus Track) As one of the figureheads of the bassline garage scene, DJ Q has produced a massive amount of material since 2003, and this massive compilation collects 25 of his tracks from across nearly 10 years, including the bassline staple "Tea Bag". Of course there are plenty of other gems on the compilation, including the furious squelch of "Watching You" and the irresistible chipmunked vocals of "Old Flex". If you've even a passing interest in proper UK garage this collection is quite simply essential.
DJ Q-Bert - Demolition Pumpkin Squeeze Musik (1994). This is an obscure but incredible album, and amazingly hardly ever mentioned when it comes to best-ever Hip Hop instrumental albums – or even best-ever Hip Hop albums, period. True, the focus on this album is turntablism and not self-crafted beats – but it still falls squarely in the ‘instrumental’ category and fully deserves a high placing on a list like this. DJ Q-Bert uses classic beats to incorporate with his scratching and sampling
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