Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Wild Style Pt. 2

By Ed Piskor

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Published 6:12 am Tue, Feb 5, 2013


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6 Responses to “Brain Rot: Hip Hop Family Tree, Wild Style Pt. 2”

  1. catfishatx says:

    always wondered where the sample about ‘munch up a little bit’ at the beginning of MFDoom’s Beef Rap

    came from, now I know:  31:39 of Wild Style. Learn something new every day!

  2. I’d paint three of those murals for some of that ass.

  3. mindfu says:

    I’m sure this is what’s sampled in Cypress Hill’s “A to the K”, from “Black Sunday”.

    I was sure that “A to the K” meant “AK-47″ – but what does A to the C mean?? I thought it was “A to the Z”, and I don’t what that means either.I have always wondered.

    • gwailo_joe says:

      Quite simple really: A to the C.  From the Latin “ante cibum”: before meals.  Usually used in the context of medical prescriptions; in this case referring to the double aught buck the speaker is predisposed to offer before the consumption of the de rigueur post-club snack…

      Those O.G.s were a literate bunch.

  4. Ed Piskor says:

    Might as well zone in on the specific scenes from the flick.