Work That Sucker To Death - Dee Nasty, DJ Bronco - En Mode Funk (CD)


Download Work That Sucker To Death - Dee Nasty, DJ Bronco - En Mode Funk (CD)
2009
Label: Wagram Music - 3201322 • Format: 4x, CD Mixed • Country: France • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Disco

By , Deenasty was organizing battles in a piece of wasteland in the La Chapelle area with Lionel D. He discovered some of the future names of the French movement, NTM and Assassin , in sessions that mixed all elements of hip-hop in the same place. From this period, Deenasty became well-known, and even more so with the organization of concerts for Afrika Bambaataa and Public Enemy , where he opened the shows.

In parallel, he performed on a legal radio station, Radio Nova, with his fellow master of ceremonies Lionel D. His shows were sparking new talents as he encouraged them to send demo tapes.

But there was still no new album of French rap until the beginning of , when the Rapatitude compilation gathering the next generation of MCs would see the light; most of them were discovered thanks to Deenasty. He released a double album in , Dee Nasty, and then his third album, called Deenastyle, in , introducing DJ Cut Killer and DJ Abdel , who would become major figures in the French hip-hop sound in the '90s.

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June 19, Make no mistake: Kanye is going to release more albums. And other artists will continue to release compact discs for years to come. Americans bought million CDs last year, after all. This shift is fundamentally changing how music is created, distributed and interpreted. Popular music has been beholden to technology for decades.

The seven-inch vinyl records known as 45s could only hold about 4. The advent of CDs brought yet another change. The extra bloat was in turn upended by the rise of MP3s, which let listeners easily buy or steal single songs from the comfort of their computer. In the words of Sum 41, customers were freed up to get all killer, no filler. Through all these changes, the one constant was the nature of the monetary relationship between fan and artist.

Until recently, listeners paid a certain amount of money for a certain amount of music and owned it forever. Ultratop , Hung Medien. Retrieved 23 December French charts portal in French. Hung Medien. GfK Entertainment. Retrieved 9 November GfK Dutch charts portal in Dutch. Archived from the original on 20 October Or check out these exclusive photos of post-prohibition NYC gang wars.

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9 thoughts on “ Work That Sucker To Death - Dee Nasty, DJ Bronco - En Mode Funk (CD) ”

  1. Dee Nasty is the stage name of the French DJ, producer, and Hip-Hop pioneer Daniel Bigeault (born ). Dee Nasty, the Parisian father of Hip Hop and one of Radio Nova’s original DJs.
  2. He released a double album in , Dee Nasty, and then his third album, called Deenastyle, in , introducing DJ Cut Killer and DJ Abdel, who would become .
  3. – Dee Nasty: Interlude: 13 – Big Brother Hakim / Dee Nasty: Je Pars: 14 – X Men* J'Attaque Du Mike: 15 – La Relève / The Roots: La Violence (remix) 16 – Mafia Trece: Le Mauvais Chemin: 17 – Papifredo: Des Sapes Plus Reuch' 18 – 2 Bal 2 Neg: La Magie Du Tiroir: 19 – 3 (Three) & Dynamax: Represent En Paris: 20 – Dee Nasty: Outro/5(10).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Uncle Funk on Discogs/5(3).
  5. DJ Dee Nasty est considéré comme le pionnier incontesté des platines et de la discipline du deejaying hip-hop en France. Il débuta ses activités musicales au “terrain vague de La.
  6. Listen to DJ BRONCO - FUNKY NIGHTS (FRENCH BOOGIE MIX VERSION) () by DJ BRONCO for free. Follow DJ BRONCO to never miss another show.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ghetto Funk on Discogs.
  8. Jul 24,  · “Funk changed my life,” says Detroit native and producer Ira McLaughlin, who in witnessed P-Funk’s iconic Mothership landing for the first time. “In Detroit, we heard funk on the.
  9. Oct 01,  · The demise of the CD (Compact disc for those born in MP3 era) has been on the horizon for well over a decade; the launch of Apple’s iTunes was the beginning of the end for the format that was co-developed by Philips and Sony and released in By , more than billion CDs had been sold (which also includes CD-ROMs and CD-Rs), making it one of the most successful .

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