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Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 album for sale by Dj Jazzy Jeff was released Oct 31, 2006 on the Rapster label. For a DJ, one of the best ways to show off your skills is through a mixtape, which is pretty much exactly what Jazzy Jeff did with Hip Hop Forever, Volume 3, an album whose 23 tracks he compiled and mixed, moving through the pieces expertly and easily, blending the beats together into one seamless hour-long set. His scratches throughout the album (check out his work in Marley Marl's "Droppin' Science" or the Black Sheep's fantastic "The Choice Is Yours") give it a very immediate, live feel, but he's careful to make sure it's mostly about the music, and allows the songs to spread out and carry themselves, giving the listener more than just the hook. Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 CD music is a 2-disc set with 44 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Gotta LOVE the infamous Jazzy Jeff!|
Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 CD music ... extremely dope mix and songs, fo' sho! Definitely a good buy for you Hip Hop heads....
By RCuevo (Chicago, IL)
||avoid he has walked to edge of cliff then fell off|
Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 buy CD music the mixing is amaterish and very sloppy for a man who won the dj championship twice back when djs had to work ie the 80's he fell off the clife with this album.
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Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7274680|
|Release Date||Oct 31, 2006|
|Producer||DJ Jazzy Jeff (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||146 minutes|
|Additional Info||Limited Edition|
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'The Magnificent' is the long awaited debut solo album from legendary turntablist & producer DJ Jazzy Jeff. Having worked behind the scenes on a number of projects over the years, DJ Jazzy Jeff is now stepping out of the shadows of his production company; A Touch of Jazz to bring you a ground breaking new album reflecting the rich musical heritage of Philadelphia. 'The Magnificent' features guest appearances from Jill Scott, Shaun Stockman from Boyz II Men, Freddie Foxxx, J-Live, The Last Emperor & ?uestlove from the Roots as well as showcasing the many talented artists at A Touch Of Jazz. It is an album that takes you on a musical journey through all genres of urban music, from old skool hip hop, smooth R'n'B & rap through to soulful spoken word & deep house. K7. 2002.
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Photographer: Mike Diver.
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Hip Hop Forever, Vol. 3 CD music Disc 1 is a continuous in-the-mix CD, compiled and mixed by DJ Jazzy Jeff. Disc 2 is unmixed.
This is a continuous in-the-mix CD, compiled and mixed by DJ Jazzy Jeff.
You'd be hard-pressed to find a top ten hip-hop DJs of all time list that doesn't include DJ Jazzy Jeff. He might have been made famous with his crossover (meaning white moms and 12 year olds dig it) songs with the Fresh Prince, but anyone looking for action knew to skip the pop confectioneries and go directly to "Live at Union Square" to hear the sound of two fierce and hungry talents, one on the mic and one on the decks, tearing through cuts back when hip-hop was an uprising rather than lording prince of pop music. This first official mix by DJ Jazzy Jeff serves up almost two dozen select choices of early-'90s hip-hop from East Coast establishment Gang Starr, A Tribe Called Quest, and Pete Rock, along with West Coast luminaries the Pharcyde and Cypress Hill, while younger craftsmen, including Jaylib and J-Live, keep things fresh. But beyond the sophisticated yet populist selections, the real excitement comes from Jeff's vintage and masterful scratching, which keeps things hype, while the actual tempo and volume stay deep in the pocket. With nothing left to prove, Jeff is left to do what he does best, moving heads and feet with two turntables and a stack of records. Let the DJ be the DJ. ~ Joshua Glazer
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