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This week in hip-hop history…

Pete Rock released his second solo album “PeteStrumentals” on May 1st, 2001.

Wu-Tang dropped their single “Protect Ya Neck” May 3rd, 1993.

Nothin’ Lesser (Instrumental)- Pete Rock
Proteck Ya Neck- Wu-Tang Clan
93 'Til Infinity (LP Instrumental)- Souls of Mischief
Bass Song- Eryn Allen Kane
Molasses- Haitus Kaiyote
Makeda- Les Nubians
Kiss of Life- Sade
Liberation- OutKast
Tabou (Roots Remix Without Rap)- Les Nubians
Final Hour- Ms. Lauryn Hill
Tyrone (live)- Erykah Badu
Alright- Ledisi
Still I Rise- Maya Angelou
You Got Me (live)- The Roots
Tight Rope- Junie
They Say- Common,John Legend,Kanye West
Love Is The Message- MFSB
Proceed- The Roots
Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City- Bobby “Blue” Bland
He Loves Me (Lyzel E Flat)- Jill Scott
BOOM!- The Roots
Pops Rap III...All My Children- Common

This week in hip-hop history…

Outkast dropped their debut album “southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” April 26, 1994.

Mobb Deep released their fourth album “Murda Muzik” April 27, 1999.

Big Pun released his debut album “Capital Punishment” April 28, 1998.

Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes tragically passed away April 25, 2002 in Honduras. RIP Left-Eye!!

Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik- Outkast
Quiet Storm- Mobb Deep
Still Not a Player- Big Pun, Joe
Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg- TLC
Not Tonight Remix- Lil’ Kim, Angie Martinez, Left Eye, Da Brat, Missy Elliot

Grow This Love- Phonte, Eric Roberson
Child’s Play- SZA, Chance The Rapper
Back & Forth- Aaliyah
Get to Know Ya (uncut)- Maxwell
HiiiJack- SZA
Soke- Burna Boy
Didn’t Cha Know- Erykah Badu
Me and Your Mama- Childish Gambino
You Don’t Know My Name (Unplugged)- Alicia Keys
Southern Nights- Allen Toussaint
The Girl From Ipanema- Amy Winehouse
I Get High- Aretha Franklin
Legend In His Own Mind- Gil Scott-Heron
Ordinary Pain- Stevie Wonder
I’ve Been Lovin’ You Too Long- Etta James
If You Think You’re Lonely Now- Bobby Womack
Blackrock “Yeah,Yeah”- Blackrock
I’ll Take You There- The Staple Singers
More Bounce To The Ounce- Zapp
Turn Your Light Down Low- Bob Marley & The Wailers and Lauryn Hill

This week in hip-hop history…

A Tribe Called Quest released their debut album “People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rythm” April 17th, 1990

Reginald “Reggie” Noble aka Redman was born April 17th 1970

Afrika Afrika Bambaataa was born April 17th,1957

Grandmaster Caz was born April 18th, 1961

Nas dropped Illmatic April 19th, 1994

MF Doom released Operation Doomsday April 20th, 1999

I Left My Wallet In El Segundo- A Tribe Called Quest
Get It Live- Redman
Don’t Stop…Planet Rock- Afrika Bambaataa
Thught So (Drunkin’ Style)- Cold Crush Brothers, Jamalski, Grandmaster Caz
Life’s A Bitch- Nas,AZ, Olu Dara
The Hands of Doom (skit)- MF Doom
The World Is Yours- Nas
Doomsday- MF Doom, Pebbles The Invisible Girl

YOU’RE THE ONE- KAYTRANADA, Syd
Get By- Digable Planets
9th Wonder (Blackitolism)- Digable Planets
Candy Rain (Heavy D & TrakMasterz Mix)- Soul For Real
Beautiful Girl- Cunninlynguists
Swing My Way (Remix)- K.P. & Envyi
If You Love Me- Brownstone
Time- Yuna
Back 2 Life- LeToya Luckett
Ready of Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide from)- The Delfonics
I Love Music- The O’Jays
Prison Song- Carlton Williams
Water No Get Enemy (Edit)- Fela Kuti
Freddie Freeloader- Mile Davis
Groovin’- Willie Mitchell
YAH- Kendrick Lamar

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