Lazy Sunday – Through the history of Hip Hop, year by year


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For the purists and the neophytes, an internet user has traced the evolution of Hip Hop, from 1986 to 2001

There are Sundays that are placed under the sign of pleasure… and this is one of them! Once again, we offer you to spend your Sunday with the Lazy Sunday Mix. According to me, you will need more than a Sunday to listen to the excellent sound that we offer you today!

1 day, 14 hours, 26 minutes and 18 playlists. That’s the program offered by the user, under the promising and sad pseudonym: MCAforPresident. His playlists are tracing indeed, the history and evolution of the Hip Hop, from 1986 to 2001.

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This musical journey through the Hip Hop will surely be a great pleasure for fans. I am certain that it will bring you back down memory lane. It will also be very interesting for those who wish to get into Hip Hop. These mixtapes offer an adventure that takes its starting point in the heart of the birth of this musical trend in the mid-80s until its mass marketing in the early 2000s, passing through of course, the G-Funk, the Gangsta Rap, The Golden Era (mid 90), etc.

The mix covers all the basics of Hip Hop, from underground to mainstream, from the East Coast to the West Coast and all that is in between, below, above, on the sides… In short, a truly invitation to the discovery and rediscovery of the tracks that have made the history of Hip Hop. Public Enemy, Beastie Boys, N.W.A., Snoop Dog, Notorious BIG, Mos Def, Jay-Z, De La Soul, The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Masta Ace, Big L… They are all there!

It is likely that this Lazy Sunday Mix will take you more than a day to listen to it…

– Press play and enjoy your Lazy Sunday –

I propose a journey through time via planet Cb…





1990 – Part 1

1990 – Part 2





1995 – Part 1

1995 – Part 2







To be continued…

What about you, what’s your favourite year?