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Anonymous asked in Entertainment & MusicMusicRap and Hip-Hop · 7 years ago

what is the name of this old school rap song?

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    You have good ear because i could not make out the song. Below is the list of the sountrack for the movie, so you can figure out which one it is.

    "Jam on It"

    Written by M.B. Cenac

    Performed by Newcleus

    Courtesy of Rhino Records, Inc.

    "Sunshower"

    Written by Stony Browder Jr. & Kid Creole (as August Darnell)

    Performed by Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label of BMG Music

    "More Bounce to the Ounce"

    Written by Roger Troutman

    Performed by Zapp

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

    "Sucker M.C.'s"

    Written by Lawrence Smith (as L. Smith), Joseph Simmons (as J. Simmons) & Darryl McDaniels (as D. McDaniels)

    Performed by Run-D.M.C.

    Courtesy of Profile Records Inc.

    "Ooh Child"

    Written by Stan Vincent

    Performed by The Five Stairsteps

    Courtesy of Essex Entertainment

    By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing Inc.

    "Work It Out"

    Written by Jeffrey A. Townes (as Jazzy Jeff) and Monie Love

    Produced by Jeffrey A. Townes (as Jazzy Jeff)

    Performed by Monie Love

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc. / Chrysalis Records Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

    "Too Young"

    Written, Produced and Performed by Hi-Five

    Courtesy of Jive Records

    "Mama Don't Take No Mess"

    Written by Ice Cube, Yolanda Whittaker (as Yo-Yo) and Boogie Men Music

    Produced by Ice Cube and Boogie Men Productions

    Performed by Yolanda Whittaker (as Yo-Yo)

    Courtesy of EastWest Records America and Street Knowledge Productions

    "Hangin' Out"

    Written by 2 Live Crew

    Produced by O.D.S. Productions

    Performed by 2 Live Crew

    Courtesy of Luke Records

    "Just Ask Me To"

    Written by Al B. Sure! (as Al B. Sure), Kyle West and Chubb Rock

    Produced by Al B. Sure! (as Al B. Sure) and Kyle West

    Performed by Tevin Campbell

    Courtesy of Qwest Records

    "Me and You"

    Written and Produced by Raphael Saadiq (as Raphael Wiggins)

    Performed by Tony! Toni! Toné!

    Courtesy of Polygram Records

    "Spirit"

    Written by Jimi Dright, Darrell Savage and Solomon Isom

    Produced by Jimi Dright, Darrell Savage and Dave Hollister (as David Hollister) For Network One Productions

    Performed by Force One Network

    "It's Your Life"

    Written by Too $hort (as T. Shaw)

    Produced by Too $hort (as Too Short) and Keenan "The Maestro" Foster

    Performed by Too $hort (as Too Short)

    Courtesy of Jive Records

    "Growin' Up in the Hood"

    Written by MC Eiht (as Aaron Tyler), The Unknown D.J. (as Andre Manuel) and D.J. Slip (as Terry Allen)

    Produced by D.J. Slip and The Unknown D.J.

    Performed by Compton's Most Wanted

    Courtesy of Orpheus Records

    "Every Single Weekend"

    Written by Ice Cube, Kam (as KAM) and Boogie Men Music

    Produced by Ice Cube and Boogie Men Productions

    Performed by Kam (as KAM)

    Courtesy of Street Knowledge Productions

    "Just a Friendly Game of Baseball"

    Written by Large Professor (as William Paul Mitchell), Kevin McKenzie and Shawn McKenzie

    Produced and Performed by Main Source

    Courtesy of Wild Pitch Records, Ltd.

    "Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song)"

    Written by Ivan Lins & Gilson Peranzzetta

    Performed by Quincy Jones

    Featuring vocal performances by Take 6 & Sarah Vaughan

    Courtesy of Qwest Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

    "Let's Go"

    Written, Produced and Performed by Kool Moe Dee

    Courtesy of Jive Records

    "How to Survive in South Central"

    Written by Ice Cube

    Produced by Ice Cube and Sir Jinx

    Performed by Ice Cube

    Courtesy of Priority Records

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