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1993) Afrika Bambaataa & The Universal Zulu Nation - Music Of Life Presents- Hip-Hop Funk Dance Classics Volume 3. Tracklist. 01 Hip Hop Throwdown. 02 Hip Hop Throwdown. 1994) Afrika Bambaataa - Pupunanny (Maxi-CD) 02 Afrika Bambaataa Death Mix Live (Part 2). 03 Cosmic Force Zulu Nation Throwdon Volume 1. 04 Cosmic Force Harlem Underground Band Volume 1 (Instrumental). 05 Soul Sonic Force Zulu Nation Throwdown Volume 2. 06 Soul Sonic Force Harlem Underground Band Volume 2 (Instrumental). 2009) Afrika Bambaataa & Nebula Funk - Mind Control EP.
Related music: Afrika Bambaataa - Planet Rock. Afrika Bambaataa Presents: Khayan & The New World Power - Happy. Afrika Bambaataa Featuring Adamski - Hell Below. Afrika Bambaataa - Just Get Up And Dance. Afrika Bambaataa Presents Khayan & The New World Power - You Ask For The Moon. Afrika Bambaataa - Soca Fever (Rock It), Electro Funk Express. Various Artists - Afrika Bambaataa Presents Eastside. Afrika Bambaataa Presents: Khayan & The New World Power - Feel The Vibe. Afrika Bambaataa - Pupunanny.
Afrika Bambaataa –Afrika Bambaataa Zulu Nation Soul Soni. :25. Afrika Bambaataa, The Soulsonic Force –Planet Rock. Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force –Renegades of Funk (12 Vocal Version). Afrika Bambaataa/Melle Mel & the Furious 5/Soul Sonic Force –Who Do You Think You re Funkin With Hip Ho. :18. Afrika Bambaataa –Planet Rock ft The Soul Sonic Force.
Afrika Bambaataa (/ˌæfrɪkə bæmˈbɑːtə/; born Lance Taylor; April 17, 1957) is an American disc jockey, rapper, songwriter and producer from the South Bronx, New York. He is notable for releasing a series of genre-defining electro tracks in the 1980s that influenced the development of hip hop culture. Afrika Bambaataa is one of the originators of breakbeat DJing and is respectfully known as "The Godfather" and "Amen Ra of Hip Hop Kulture", as well as the father of electro-funk
The Battle of the Cold Crush Brothers vs the Fantastic 5 . s (Part 2) by DJ Grand Wizard Theodore and The Fantastic Five. was sampled in. Ooh La La by The Wiseguys (1998). High 5 (Rock the Catskills) by Beck (1996). Oo La La! by Sasson (1979). see 3 more connections.
The Universal Zulu Nation at the time was a music-oriented youth organization that became a world movement. Bambaataa pioneered the musical genre Electro Funk. He did this by grabbing a big pot and mixing up musical ingredients. The first ingredient was the pure funk sound of Parliament Funkadelic, George Clinton and Sly Stone. Next, he added a dash of electronic music from Japan in the flavor of Yellow Magic Orchestra, and a bit of spice from Germany, with sounds from Kraftwerk. I had a chance to catch up with the legendary Afrika Bambaataa and ask him a few questions. Check it out: Q: What was Hip-Hop like in the '70s before your created The Universal Zulu Nation? A: There was no name to what was happening in The Bronx. The culture was coming off the backs of what was happening in The Bronx from the early to the late '60s.
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