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Rap vs. Reggae: Essential Heavyweight Fusion Tracks


Rap vs. Reggae: Essential Heavyweight Fusion Tracks



Hip Hop was inspired by Jamaican music. Reggae deejays were the very first rappers. These songs are the result of an important love affair between the two genres. From hardcore Rap through smooth R&B back to Dancehall. From the 80's till now and back. Killer heavyweight tracks. Essential music.

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Little Lenny, Mary J. Blige, Notorious BIG, Del The Funky Homosapien, Rayvon, Barrington Levy, Kid Frost, Cutty Ranks, Nardo Ranks, Handsome Boy Modeling School, Choppa, Born Jamericans, Stephen Marley, Julian Marley, Postmen, Mega Banton, Mr. Cheecks, Daddy Freddy, Shabba Ranks & Chubb Rock

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Doug E Fresh
Mad lion
Mobb Deep
Bounty Killer

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Steel Pulse

Ice Cube

Wayne Wonder & LL Cool J

Big Daddy Kane & Easy Dred

Heavy D & The Boyz


Grand Puba

Shabba & KRS -1

DMX & Sean Paul


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Spice 1

Junior reid

Missy Elliott

2 Chainz

Curly Castro

Freddie Gibbs

Naughty By Nature

Fat Joe

Diamond D.

Kanye West



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Soundsci, The Roots, Chuck D., MC Lyte, Bob Marley & The Wailers, Guru, Rakim, Busta Rhymes, Beenie Man, Fambo.

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Kanye West

Patra & Yo-Yo

TI & Beenie Man

A$AP Ferg & Shabba Ranks

Funkmaster Flex

The Game feat. Junior Reid

Rick Ross & Sizzla

Kendrick Lamar

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