Knxwledge's beat production typically involves a distorted rhythmically irregular sound.
Great Submission!I thought that FunkyDrummer's Beats, BUT no, this is absolutely Run's House!Thank you
@Rafaelj_0218 It's already listed here: http://www.whosampled.com/sample/101170/Drake-Lil-Wayne-Ignant-S***-Jay-Z-Beanie-Sigel-Ignorant-S***/If you think you have found a connection that is not listed, you are welcome to make a submission using the 'Submit' link at the top of the page.
When I first heard this I immediately thought of Stakes is High
Drake's song "ignant s***" samples "ignorant s***" by Jay Z
i submitted this as interpolating Louie Louie because the melody is literally exactly the same; just transposed in a different key. Wild Child has the same rhythm, but a different melody. I guess he could've used both songs as an inspiration, but you can't deny that the melody is ripped straight from Louie Louie.
The fact that it also features the same little guitar lick as Wild Child/Start the Commotion pretty much definitively proves it's the right sample. Feel free to submit it, that's proof enough.
all forums and reports has been said that this sample was taken out of that song by Peter Gabriel, the information you seek will realize that I am right
↓ That was my initial reaction as well.
It's a pretty generous sample, but I definitely think that Just Blaze made it his own. The Curtis Mayfield track has a more "smooth" vibe to it, while Just Blaze gave the horns a more epic and triumphant feel
Sounds to me like the vocals and rhythm dont even line up exactly
A new alias for Mr. Vibert.
It's not a replayed sample. It's a direct sample from Al Johnson's "Peaceful" from the 1978 album of the same name.
Thanks. That's been corrected.
Already spotted (asked).
That's actually Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Given that this entry has attracted an above average amount of attention, at the risk of repeating my earlier comments, I'll clarify why it was amended:- We are not saying that we know for a fact that Naughty by Nature used the Emu library sound rather than another artist's sample of it. The simple fact is that we do not know: They may have used it direct from the Emu library (they used synths on many other tracks) / They may have sampled it from Peter Gabriel, Dire Straits or indeed from some other use of the sound (that they used samples generally is self evident).- However, where there is no external evidence to support the use of one source over another, the policy is to credit the earliest known source, as now shown in this entry. If any evidence comes to light that suggests their use of a particular source, we will of course review it and amend if necessary. The fact that the Dire Straits and Peter Gabriel records were both popular and widely available does not of itself provide any proof that the sample came from either of those sources.- In response to Mario's comments that Peter Gabriel used synths, that's not being questioned. In fact if you check out the above video at 0:34 you can see the exact sequence of notes played to create the effect you hear in Sledgehammer. If anybody would like to add an entry for the used of the Shakuhachi sample by Peter Gabriel, Dire Straits or any other acts, they are most welcome to do so. - Given that Mario submitted the original connection between Naughty by Nature and Peter Gabriel I've assigned credit for this submission to him. We will not however be amending the entry further unless there is reliable evidence in support.Chris
I gladly await for any of the mods to post proof that Hideki sampled some obscure gabber artist, rather than Catch-22's Boogie Down (Do It) (where the vocal originates from, that appears on a lot of sample CDs). I assume there must be some proof to justify them stonewalling my requests to correct it. Otherwise they're gleefully perpetuating misinformation.
The original label for this track is Above and Beyond's own label, Anjunabeats, in the UK. Ultra licensed it for the american market. Aren't submissions supposed to reference the original label a track was released on?
horrible sample of a modern classic
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