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's Kool Aid and Frozen Pizza
Rostrum 2010
's Hip 2 Da Game
The Awakening
Penalty 1995
Sample appears at 0:16 (and throughout)
Sample appears at 0:00


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Producer: Lord Finesse

Main genre: Hip-Hop / R&B

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Contributed by darrendaley (34 submissions)

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  • FunkyJE
    FunkyJE said 2 years ago:

    Kool Aid and Frozen Pizza is available on iTunes for 0.99 dollars, so I guess there's a point to Lord Finesse's lawsuit.

  • rickcisneros927
    rickcisneros927 said 2 years ago:

    Forget about the mixtape, one reason he is being sued is cause he made a video to the song and that video has commercial ad's that pay Mac Miller and not Lord Finesse and that video probably has a few million views so i'm sure mac has made some good money off a track that was never his.

  • Noral
    Noral said 2 years ago:

    You're right it was from the K.I.D.S. Mixtape from 2010. Wtf Rolling Stone Magazine?!
    There's no reason for Mac Miller to be sued if he wasn't selling the song for money, & gave it away as a free download instead!

  • jbcedeno95
    jbcedeno95 said 2 years ago:

    thats exactly what i was thinking that its a mixtape

  • Drpepperfan
    Drpepperfan said 2 years ago:

    But...it's a mixtape. A free mixtape. As in no money charged for it. Is Lord Finesse an idiot? This is absolutely retarded.

  • RDRM7
    RDRM7 said 2 years ago:

    This is pretty ridiculous

  • Noral
    Noral said 2 years ago:

    Also, as Miller suggested in the article: "Finesse [may have] never cleared the Oscar Peterson sample originally used to craft 'Hip 2 Da Game.'"

  • Noral
    Noral said 2 years ago:

    I hadn't seen that article yet though, so thanks! :)

  • Noral
    Noral said 2 years ago:

    I think it's an old tale that's back in the news again. The Beastie Boys, for instance, had numerous law suits filed against them for their many samples of legendary songs.

    The only way for an artist to be sure of receiving the most profit from a song (keeping it law suit free), is to keep it sample free.

    The beloved genre of Hip-Hop is deeply rooted in sampling (often blues & soul beats, such as The Funky Drummer by James Brown). Many hip-hop songs that listeners, such as myself, describe as 'gems' couldn't have been created without sampling.

  • FunkyJE
  • Noral
    Noral said 2 years ago:

    So glad Mac Miller's 'Cool Aid & Frozen Pizza' led me to find this absolute gem