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The Fugees – Ooh La La La

*More Info For Lyrics* Old School Hip-Hop. Chur [CLEF:] We used to be number 10 Now we’re permanent one, In the battle lost my finger, Mic became my arm Pistol nozzle hits your nasal, blood becomes lukewarm Tell the woman be easy Naah squeeze the Charmin Test Wyclef, see death flesh get scorned. Beat you so bad make you feel like you ain’t wanna be born And tell your friends stay the hell out of my lawn. Chicken George became Dead George stealin’ chickens from my farm. Damn, Another dead pigeon If your mafiosos then I’m bringin’ on Haitian Sicilians Nobody’s shootin’, my body’s made of hand grenade Girl bled to death while she was tongue-kissing a razor blade. That sounds sick maybe one eday I’ll write a horror Blackula comes to the ghetto, jacks an ACURA Stevie Wonder sees Crack Babies Be-Coming Enemies of their own families. What’s going on? Armageddon come you know we soon done Gun by my side just in case I gotta rump A boy on the side of Babylon, trying to front like he’s down with Mount Zion. [CHORUS (Lauryn):] Oooh La La La, It’s the way that we rock when we’re doing our thang Oooh La La La, It’s the natural LA that the Refugees Bring Oooh La La La La La La Lalala La Laaah, Sweeeeet Thing [LAURYN:] Yeah in saloons we drink Boone’s and battle goons till high noon, Bust rap toons on flat spoons, take no shorts like poon poon’s. See hoochies pop coochies, for Gucci’s and Lucci Find me in my Mitsubishi, eatin’ sushi, bumpin’ Fugees. Hey Hey Hey Try to take the crew and

Pete Rock ft. Inspectah Deck & Kurupt – Tru Master

From 1998 Album: “Soul Survivor”….. Get The Music: itunes.apple.com & www.amazon.com Peter Phillips (born June 21, 1970), better known by his stage name Pete Rock, is an American record producer, DJ and rapper. He rose to prominence in the early 1990s as one half of the critically acclaimed group Pete Rock & CL Smooth. After the duo went their separate ways, Rock continued with a solo career that has garnered him worldwide respect, though little in the way of mainstream success. Along with groups such as Stetsasonic, A Tribe Called Quest, The Roots and Gang Starr, Rock played a major role in the merging of elements from jazz into hip hop music (also known as jazz rap). He is widely recognized as one of the greatest hip hop producers of all time, and is often mentioned alongside DJ Premier and RZA as one of the mainstays of 1990s East Coast hip hop production. Pete Rock is also the older brother and younger cousin, respectively, of rappers Grap Luva and Heavy D. Solo Career: While working as a DJ with Marley Marl on Hot 97’s Future Flavas show, Rock was able to forge a relationship with Loud Records, allowing him to release his solo album Soul Survivor in the summer of 1998. After being dropped from the Loud imprint, Rock signed with Rapster/BBE under his own label Soul Brother Recordings. His first release on the imprint was PeteStrumentals, which was mostly made up of previously unreleased Rock beats; all recorded between 1990 and 1995 but remixed and mastered for the

Peanut Butter Wolf – Styles, Crews, Flows, Beats – Featuring Lootpack, Quasimoto

All rights reserved to their respective owners. Label : Stones Throw Records – USA – 1998 Album : Peanut Butter Wolf – My Vinyl Weighs A Ton (STH 2017) Tracklist : A1 Sit Down And Shut Up A2 In Your Area – Featuring Planet Asia A3 Styles, Crews, Flows, Beats – Featuring Lootpack, Quasimoto A4 Casio – Featuring DJ Babu B1 Barter B2 Hold Up – Featuring Rasco B3 The Everliving – Featuring Zest B4 Rock Unorthadox – Featuring Pablo B5 Top Illin B6 Necromancin – Featuring Dave Dub C1 Keep On Rockin’ It – Featuring Charizma C2 T Shirts C3 Breaks ‘Em Down – Featuring Kazi D1 Tale Of Five Cities E1 Mr. Dibbs E2 Definition Of Ill – Featuring Planet Asia Scratches – Peanut Butter Wolf E3 Theme From A Peanut Butter Wolf E4 Run The Line – Featuring Rasco Scratches – DJ Q-Bert F1 Ten Minutes Left – Featuring Capt. Funkaho F2 Phonies F3 Mobbin – Featuring Persevere Scratches – Vin Roc F4 Competition Gets None – Featuring Grand The Vis Scratches – Shortkut F5 Hawaii 5000

Bridging the GAP WWBD Hawaii Tour Promo Video

Bridging the GAP and SGU of Afresh Ministries, are ministering and setting a Roll Call for the High School youth to join us in corporate worship at hope chapel west oahu may 9th 2011!!! WWBD Tour Please go to (www.wwbdhawaii.info) Bridging the GAP Please go to (www.gospelandpoetry.com) IKE-E and Street Gospel United Please go to (www.streetgospelunited.com) AfreshMinistries Please go to (www.afreshclothing.com)

BZ Community Class – Suzette Sagisi – Groups

MEET SUZETTE When she was six, Suzette began dancing the way most young dancers do: by parents’ will. Her first dance memories are filled with tu-tus and jazz hands. It wasn’t until she was in high school that she realized that she, in fact, truly loved the classes, rehearsals, and performances. In her hometown of Santa Maria, CA, Suzette continued with ballet, jazz, modern, and hip hop throughout high school. In college Suzette danced on and later became the artistic director of UCLA’s hip hop team, Samahang Modern. After receiving her BA in philosophy, Suzette moved to New York to train and prides herself on dancing in an instructional video for Broadway Dance Center: Contemporary Dance with Brice Mousset. After numerous live performances on the east coast, Suzette has gone on to dance on the Pride of Hawaii, a Norwegian Cruise Line ship. Shortly thereafter she returned to Los Angeles and continued dancing, both solo (featured in commercials such as a Joe Pytka directed Acura commercial) and as a member of a hip hop dance crew (Dance and Spirit Club). In the fall of 2008, Suzette left for Massachusetts, where she joined Static Noyze Dance Company and is also presently finishing her masters degree in philosophy at Tufts University. Suzette was chosen to be an MTV Made hip hop coach for the Hip Hop Dance Battle, in which she led her student to winning the competition. Suzette has had the pleasure of working with artists such as Yo Yio and Fabolous as well as

SKILLZ TALK 2 – 7 to Smoke “Youngens”

SKILLZ TALK 2 – Straight out of Hawaii! July 14th, 2012 BBOY BATTLE – 7 to Smoke “Youngens”. Mahalo to DMVR, Demvir and Friends for this awesome event! Respect to all the Competitors, Staff, DJ’s, Judges, Vendors and Sponsor’s who were a part of this event! And a special thanks to all the people who came out to support Hip Hop in Hawaii! Peace! Background intro music by Keven MacLeod Funk Game Loop Time: 0:57 – 104 BPM (Moderato – A Bit Fast) Genre: Funk Bass, Organ, Guitar, Kit Looping section of a backgroundy piece of music. It says it is a game loop, but you can loop it for anything you like. ISRC: US-UAN-11-00839 Bouncy, Bright, Grooving 2011 *SKILLROYVIDS 2012*