“Remember Rappin Duke, Da Ha Da Ha?” Do you? Do you really? Biggie did, and thanks to the intrepid research of Sunny Day Entertainment and their new mixtape Check Ya Footnotes, hip-hop heads will now be able to uncover the references embedded in some of rap’s most well known tracks.
Put together by DJ Raize and spanning from 50 Cent to Patti Labelle, Eminem to 3rd Base, Check Ya Footnotes reveals the dopely interconnected world of classic hip-hop like no other project before it.
A project like this has to be heard to be understood, so get to downloading now and check out the stream below. Enjoy.
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