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8 thoughts on “ Paid Tha Cost To Be The Boss (Primo Remix) - DJ Premier - Golden Years Reloaded (CD)

  1. Premier produced 3 of the record's most celebrated tracks, with 'N.Y. State Of Mind' being, in my humble opinion, the pick of the bunch. Once again featuring laid-back, heavily swung drums and an expertly selected sample of some jazzy keys, 'N.Y. State Of Mind' might be an even purer example of Premier's style and technique than 'Mass Appeal'.
  2. DJ ROZ presents: DJ PREMIER'S BEST CUTS by DJ ROZ published on TZ This mixtape is a tribute to my favorite producer- Christopher Edward Martin, better known as DJ PREMIER.
  3. ABOUT DJ PREMIER. Christopher Edward Martin (born March 21, ), better known by his stage name DJ Premier (also known as Preem, Premo, or Primo), is an American Record Producer and DJ, and was half of the hip hop duo Gang Starr—alongside the emcee Guru—and forms half of the hip hop duo PRhyme, together with Royce Da 5'9".
  4. Nov 15,  · Seven Days (Primo Remix) Remix – DJ Premier: B3 – O.C. My World (12' Mix) B4 – Big L Feat; Big Daddy Kane: Platinum Plus: C1 – The Lox: Recognize (DJ Premier) Remix – DJ Premier: C2 – Snoop Dogg: Paid Tha Cost To Be Tha Boss (Primo Remix) Remix – DJ Premier: C3 – Gangstarr* Check The Technique (DJ Premier Remix) Remix – DJ /5(25).
  5. DJ Phil the Boss is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts Mini Philly Mix by DJ Phil the Boss. 3 2. 32 4y ago #soul. Michael Jackson by.
  6. My 50 favorite DJ Premier beats. I selected the album from which each song is from. I didn't include some good choices like both Jay-Z songs Friend or Foe and Friend or Foe '98, some great MOP songs, the intro to the Big Picture, and other great Gang Starr songs.
  7. "Classic (Better Than I've Ever Been) [DJ Premier Remix]" by KRS-One, Kanye West, Nas and Rakim sampled Carl Douglas's "Dance the Kung-Fu". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  8. This DJ Premier beat showcases the sound that was popular during the golden area in hip hop with samples that crate diggers would kill for. Many people were baffled for years as to where the DJ Premier sample came from until it was finally uncovered that John Rydgren and Bob R. Way’s record “What Child is This?” was utilized.

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