Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop

Boogie Down Productions - Ghetto Music: The Blueprint of Hip Hop
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1989 Ratings: #131
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ocrakraut
85

Another classic by the teacher, the sound became a little less rough and more melodic, yet still one of the classic Hardcore Hip Hop albums.

ScottyPimpin
59

Original Rating: 62

HHGA
86

By 1989 BDP had already two very different, but equally classic albums out. This third effort only cemented BDP’s and KRS One‘s prominence in Hip Hop. KRS One firmly establishes himself as Hip Hop’s no.1 conscious voice.

Top 100 Hip Hop Albums Of The 1980s: https://hiphopgoldenage.com/list/top-100-hip-hop-albums-of-the-1980s/

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Track List

  1. The Style You Haven't Done Yet
  2. Why Is That?
  3. The Blueprint
  4. Jack of Spades
  5. Jah Rulez
  6. Breath Control
  7. Who Protects Us From You?
  8. You Must Learn
  9. Hip Hop Rules
  10. Bo! Bo! Bo!
  11. Gimme, Dat, (Woy)
  12. Ghetto Music
  13. World Peace
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Added on: April 10, 2014