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3rd Bass

For the French trance act, see Third Bass. 3rd Bass was one of a still-small number of white hip hop artists to achieve wide acceptance in the larger community. Along with the Beastie Boys, 3rd Bass proved that white hip hop wasn't necessarily going to become a watered-down, commercially exploitative rip-off of the genuine article, as so many white interpretations of black musical forms had been in the past. Instead, they were possessed of a well-developed lyrical technique and were respectfully well-versed in hip hop culture and tradition. Read more on Last.fm

Track: Brooklyn-Queens

Most Played Tracks as Scrobbled to Last.fm

# Title Plays
1Pop Goes The Weasel
62430
2The Gas Face
48881
3Steppin' To The A.M.
25708
4Sons of 3rd Bass
24655
5Brooklyn-Queens
23775
6Wordz Of Wizdom
18237
7Monte Hall
15672
8Product Of The Environment
15187
9Triple Stage Darkness
14800
10Oval Office
14121

Other Album Releases:

Derelicts Of Dialect
The Cactus Revisited
The Cactus Album (Expanded Edition)
The Cactus Cee/D
The Cactus Album
Best Of 3rd Bass
Hip-Hop i R&B do biegania
Hip Hop & Basketball
Old School Hip Hop
Mid 90s

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