De La Soul “Buddy”

On 01/09/2010, in overige, by admin

De La Soul is a Grammy Award-winning hip hop group from Amityville, New York. They are best known for their eclectic sampling and quirky, surreal lyrics, and their contributions to the evolution of the jazz rap subgenre. The members are Kelvin Mercer (Posdnuos, Mercenary, Plug Wonder Why, Plug One), David Jude Jolicoeur (Trugoy the Dove, […]

De La Soul is a Grammy Award-winning hip hop group from Amityville, New York. They are best known for their eclectic sampling and quirky, surreal lyrics, and their contributions to the evolution of the jazz rap subgenre. The members are Kelvin Mercer (Posdnuos, Mercenary, Plug Wonder Why, Plug One), David Jude Jolicoeur (Trugoy the Dove, Dave, Plug Two) and Vincent Mason (PA Pasemaster Mase, Maseo, Plug Three). The three formed the group in high school and caught the attention of producer Paul Huston (Prince Paul) with a demo tape of the song “Plug Tunin’”. Prince Paul was also sometimes referred to as Plug Four.
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25 Responses to “De La Soul “Buddy””

  1. joemar0405 says:

    classic hip hop at it’s best….where skills really matters and when you get down…

  2. 69pmars says:

    @DahammerMan No this song came out before “here comes the hotstepper ” both songs was sampled by a song called ” heartbeat” by Taana Gardner released in 1981.

  3. GameFace1988 says:

    hip hop is art form( poetry) what rappers use to paint there expression on the mic and move u thru the lyrics there saying and that why i hate when whack rappers get on the mic and say any thing and call them self the best rapper alive it takes way more then they think to be consider one of the greatest.

  4. Kyosuke180 says:

    I want to hear some views on what hip hop is and isn’t. Would anyone care to comment. Seriously, I’m curious. What does Hip Hop mean to you?

  5. Cr33py says:

    26 lil wayne fans marked this down, Fukin kids need to open they ears and realise this is REAL hip hop/rap not like sum lil lame and 50 snitch

  6. RichyJA says:

    @tbabb94 no it aint keep your ears opened to the underground

  7. RichyJA says:

    @Grapewoman me 2 all up on my mp3

  8. mardymonkey94 says:

    its kinda scary to think those little kids are older than me now…

  9. jkyeahhbuddy says:

    wow

  10. tbabb94 says:

    To me, this video came out when I was in school. And now, I have to agree with its2bad. I haven’t listen hip-hop longer than ten years. Its been at least 16+ yrs. for me. Im always going to be OLD SCHOOL HIP-HOP HEAD.

  11. toofpickW22 says:

    1989!!!!

  12. trezuru says:

    @CerebralCrisis Q TIP

  13. starlight6260 says:

    OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWEEEEEE!

  14. CerebralCrisis says:

    Who is the guy at 1:17 wearing the red cap?

  15. Donnomercy says:

    hell yeah!!!!!!!!! classic

  16. treemonisha2006 says:

    @its2bad

    Wow thats some truth!

  17. ZeJanerio says:

    Lol Hiphop 90′s

    the best years of 90′s

  18. virgolicious510 says:

    The good ole days

  19. BBoySuperMario13 says:

    @XblisterXexistX ur gay

  20. hennylo68 says:

    Love this beat prince paul is a monster on beats.

  21. maniac862 says:

    why did they cut phifes part

  22. maniac862 says:

    any1 know where i can find the remix with monie love n phife, i cnt find find it anywere n its pissin me off

  23. adamss68er says:

    Jus let me get a shout out !

  24. DahammerMan says:

    did they get this beat from ini kamoze – here comes the hotstepper?

  25. 1hotgaminglatina says:

    To my buddy J. Love you Buddy.