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  1. Voodoogul

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    Mar 04,  · On the cusp of their 30th anniversary of 3 Feet High and Rising, Billboard spoke to De La Soul about their classic debut album, their favorite .
  2. Mazugami

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    The most inventive, assured, and playful debut in hip-hop history, 3 Feet High and Rising not only proved that rappers didn't have to talk about the streets to succeed, but also expanded the palette of sampling material with a kaleidoscope of sounds and references culled from pop, soul, disco, and even country music. Weaving clever wordplay and deft rhymes across two dozen tracks loosely.
  3. Tule

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    Mar 03,  · On this day in , the iconic trio De La Soul released an album that would change the course of Hip Hop forever. Off Tommy Boy Records, De La Soul’s debut album, 3 Feet High And Rising Author: Sha Be Allah.
  4. Kem

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    " Me Myself and I " is a song by American hip hop trio De La Soul, released as a single in from their debut studio album, 3 Feet High and Rising. It established the group's characteristic style of combining hip hop with humor and social commentary.
  5. Kelkis

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    Mar 15,  · The first of those ’89 releases to hit shelves was De La Soul ’s left-field debut, 3 Feet High And Rising. The album was peculiar on many levels, which was a huge part of the appeal. De La and Prince Paul crafted a sprawling yet cohesive album that .
  6. Taur

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    The most inventive, assured, and playful debut in hip-hop history, 3 Feet High and Rising not only proved that rappers didn't have to talk about the streets to succeed, but also expanded the palette of sampling material with a kaleidoscope of sounds and references culled from pop, soul, disco, and even country music. Weaving clever wordplay and deft rhymes across two dozen tracks loosely 10/
  7. Grokazahn

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    Aug 13,  · De La Soul's debut album 3 Feet High and Rising is a rap landmark: A free-thinking, kaleidoscopic record that expanded hip-hop's palette with .
  8. Dalar

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    Sep 23,  · If Black complexity had been the meta-message lost in De La’s big crossover, abstraction, abjection, and humor were the winning trifecta of 3 Feet High and Rising. The skits and interludes poked.

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