Sonic More Music-1980’s Hip-Hop


   I’ve put together a list of Hip-Hop tracks from the 1980’s that I just really always liked; they run from the Old-School “Grandmaster Flash” up to the experimental vibe of “The Beastie Boys”.
Peace
Joe Cornelisse-SMM

Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five- 1982’s “The Message”


Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force – Planet Rock 

RUN-DMC – 1984’s “Rock Box”


LL Cool J-1985’s “I can’t live without my Radio”

Public Enemy – 1988’s “Don’t Believe The Hype”

Beastie Boys – 1989’s “Hey Ladies”

Taken from their second album ‘Paul’s Boutique’ which is considered in many circles (mine included) to be a masterpiece and their best work. 
R.I.P. MCA 

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