And when I say who’s house, y’all know what time. Another time I take for the rhyme I make Make me mad and sad, because the fad is fake See I do this thing, so come pursue this king One minor rhyme is all you just bring Cause I’m the best I’m def, ask the rest they left That’s my name, my game, and we don’t. need the ref So get the booze you lose and suckas close your mouth I set a trap for rap thats crap, it’s Run’s house. 4. Beats to the Rhyme.
RUN-DMC Beats To The Rhyme (Instrumental) - 1987. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Run DMC Beats To The Rhyme (IBE 2005). HIP HOP HISTORY vol. 1 & 04 Run DMC - Beats to the Rhyme.
Greatest Hits is a greatest hits compilation album of Run–D. While it was argued that hits such as "The Av., "Pause" and "Ooh, What'cha Gonna Do?" should have found a place in this release, Run speculated during a Marie Claire interview in 2003 that the album was simply showcasing the group's better known earlier work: "I want kids to pick up this album and go . .So that's what hip hop sounded like in 1984, cool'. It's not because I dislike any of those records.
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Run-DMC – Run s House (instrumental). по названию по исполнителю. Run DMC – Run s House. Beats To The Rhyme (Instrumental) (B-side o. :57. Various Artists – Ferrante & Teicher - Theme From Exodus.
Beats to the Rhyme (Video Version). Run's House, Beats to the Rhyme (12", Promo). Producers: Davy DMX, Run-DMC. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B.
Best of ’88: Run-DMC’s ‘Beats to the Rhyme’ Was the Throwback the World Wasn’t Ready For. In 1988, people thought that Run-D. had lost their groove. DMC explains how the group brought things back to hip-hop’s roots to create one of their best songs. By. Christopher R. Weingarten. Beats to the Rhyme, the B-side to lead single Run’s House, was hard-rhymed, hard-scratched, bass-exploded piece of shouting over a collage of samples - from a grunting James Brown to a screaming Sam Kinison. It looked back to their 1983 origins with nimble, back-and-forth MC routines and Jam Master Jay’s furious cutting - but it may have actually been ahead of its time in its turntable fury and revisionist old school purism.