Sunday, July 16, 2006

French Hip-Hop 12's Part 2 (1999)

More French hip-hop from '99 (see Part 1 for more info).

[French Hip-Hop 12's, Part 2]


Shurik'n Sté "Rien N'est Eternel" 12"


Solid underground fare, includes three cuts ("Rien N'est Eternel", "Tu le sais", "Le Chant des signes").




Le Peril Noir "Le Destin"


Love this beat. Drums are pedantic, but ill string samples. My French sucks (the two years in uni are long gone); it seems like some serious shit is going on lyrically.


HiFi & Lesly "L'élévation" (with instrumental)


This bouncy cut was one of my favorites in the record store. Listening to it now, not too complex, but it does retain that bounce. Elevation, yo. Includes instrumental.



Freeman "Combien J'ai Ramé" 12"


Includes instrumental, and b-side "Prohibition du Savoir". For more Freeman, check this post at Leave Your Nine At Home.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dope as usual, thanks.

9:25 AM  
Blogger HokiDoki said...

thank u man for post this shuriken and freeman are the same city of me (Marseille)...

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6:50 PM  
Blogger WWW.ADDIKTED.NEW.FR said...

French are representing ;)

Big up to dj espionage ;)

4:16 AM  
Blogger mirada perdida said...

hello from greece!very nice work here!very interesting blog!well,i loved your french hip hop songs you posted and i downloaded them.but i've got a little problem.you see i'm a vinyl maniac too and i can't listen song with mp3 quality,and i'm wondering if it's possisble to upload again these tracks in wav quality..i mean to rip again the vinyls.i hope that you wiil understand me.my email is yponoia@hotmail.com
thanks

12:07 PM  

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