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The Great Library for all. We need your help. If you find our site useful, please chip in.— Brewster Kahle, Founder, Internet Archive. In hip hop's earliest days, the music only existed in live form, and the music was spread via tapes of parties and shows. Hip hop mixtapes first appeared in the mid-1970s in New York City, featuring artists such as Kool Herc and Afrika Bambaataa. As more tapes became available, they began to be collected and traded by fans.

In the late 70's into the early 80's DJs began recording mixtapes out of their homes, referring to them as House Tapes. DJs such as Harold G. (who later became known as Whiz Kid) and DJ Super V would create personalized House Tapes which would eventually circulate throughout New York City. In the mid-1980s, DJs, such as Brucie B, began recording their live music and selling their own mixtapes, which was soon followed by other DJs such as Kid Capri and Doo Wop.

Ron G moved the mixtape forward in the early 1990s by blending R&B a cappellas with hip hop beats (known as 'blends'). Blend tapes became increasingly popular by the mid-1990s, and fans increasingly looked for exclusive tracks and freestyles on the tapes. Also since the 1990s, it describes releases used to promote one or more new artists, or as a pre-release by more established artists to promote upcoming 'official' albums. In the hip hop scene, mix tape is often displayed as a single term mixtape. It is now a word to generally describe full-length albums released for free, which is the modern form of mixtape that was made a popular following by 50 Cent and his group G-Unit in the early 2000s, sometimes containing all original music, other times composed of freestyles and remixes of popular tracks.

Title 01 - 2 Wings And A Crown (Prod Dj Hoppa) 02 - The Flavor (Prod 6Ix) 03 - Maintain (Prod Dj Hoppa) 04 - Progression (Prod Hitman) 05 - The Perspective (Prod Aktion) 06 - Killem With Kindness (Prod Af Supreme) 07 - Welcome Home (Prod Jreezy) 08 - Bout That Life (Prod 6Ix) 09 - Still Movin (Prod Jreezy) 10 - Fashion (Prod Nicholas Pugach) 11 - Cant Stop Wont Stop (Prod Supahotbeats) 12 - Step Yo Game Up (Prod Kato) 13 - Btt (Prod Dj Hoppa) 14 - Untouchable (Prod Dj Hoppa) 15 - Tellem My Name. Title 01 Pastor Troy - Legend Crown Royal (Intro) 02 Pastor Troy - Equipped In This Game 03 Pastor Troy - P.T. Speaks 04 Pastor Troy - God Please Forgive Me 05 Pastor Troy - The Belt 06 Pastor Troy - I Got It 07 Pastor Troy - Smooth Operater 08 Pastor Troy - This Is It 09 Pastor Troy - Free Mixtapes 10 Pastor Troy - Yeah 11 Pastor Troy - Dsgb Radio 12 Pastor Troy - Jello (Clean Edit) 13 Pastor Troy - Crown Royal 3 (Freestyle) 14 Pastor Troy - Cr All Gold 15 Pastor Troy - All Gold Verse (Remix). Title 01 Chris Brown - One More Time Prod. By Drumma Boy 02 Zhundred - This One Thing Prod.

By Hitsynth 03 Tank - Don't Give Up 04 Kirko Bangz Feat. Chris Brown - That Pole (Remix) 05 Emanny - Forever 06 Omarion Feat. Rick Ross - Lets Talk 07 Drake Feat. Chris Brown - Yamaha Mama 08 Ne-Yo - Lazy Love 09 Lewis Price - Waiting For You 10 Travis Porter Feat.

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2 Chainz - Pussy Real Good 11 J Holiday - Sign My Name 12 Kid Ink Feat. Kirko Bangz - Take It Down 13 Rick Ross Feat. Usher - Fcking You. DESCRIPTIONIn hip hop's earliest days, the music only existed in live form, and the music was spread via tapes of parties and shows. Hip hop mixtapes first appeared in the mid-1970s in New York City, featuring artists such as Kool Herc and Afrika Bambaataa. As more tapes became available, they began to be collected and traded by fans.

In the late 70's into the early 80's DJs began recording mixtapes out of their homes, referring to them as House Tapes. DJs such as Harold G. (who later became known as Whiz Kid) and DJ Super V would create personalized House Tapes which would eventually circulate throughout New York City. In the mid-1980s, DJs, such as Brucie B, began recording their live music and selling their own mixtapes, which was soon followed by other DJs such as Kid Capri and Doo Wop. Ron G moved the mixtape forward in the early 1990s by blending R&B a cappellas with hip hop beats (known as 'blends'). Blend tapes became increasingly popular by the mid-1990s, and fans increasingly looked for exclusive tracks and freestyles on the tapes.

Also since the 1990s, it describes releases used to promote one or more new artists, or as a pre-release by more established artists to promote upcoming 'official' albums. In the hip hop scene, mix tape is often displayed as a single term mixtape. It is now a word to generally describe full-length albums released for free, which is the modern form of mixtape that was made a popular following by 50 Cent and his group G-Unit in the early 2000s, sometimes containing all original music, other times composed of freestyles and remixes of popular tracks.

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