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Carnivalism Fridays No.113 – Monie Love – It’s A Shame (My Sister)
Carnivalism Fridays No.113 - Monie Love - It's A Shame (My Sister)

Monie Love was one of the first British exports of Hip Hop to make it big worldwide under the guidance of Queen Latifah and representation by the Native Tongues collective.

Carnivalism Fridays No. 98 Arrested Development – Give a Man a Fish
Carnivalism Fridays No. 98 Arrested Development - Give a Man a Fish

For me, the infectiousness of Arrested Development’s Give a Man a Fish is undoubtedly that bass hook. Taken from Minne Riperton’s When it Comes Down to it released in 1975.

Carnivalism Fridays No. 87 – Jungle Brothers – I’ll House You
Carnivalism Fridays No. 87 – Jungle Brothers – I'll House You

SAY WHAT?! Arguably the first Hip House track outside of Chicago. Its legend hardly needs covering and if you have not heard it before then back to music history classes you should go. The Native tongues were the hip hop heavy-weights of their time punching out a hip hop template with a focus on African […]

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