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  • CD (29 avril 2008)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0015XWUIQ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle
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Par william le 24 août 2015
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Bon produit, produit neuf sous blister excellent pour compléter ou commencer sa collection de cd's. trés satisfait de cette commande
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Stop the myths! 27 septembre 2004
Par DukeOfEarl - Publié sur
Format: CD
Okay, Will Smith and Jazzy Jeff did not offer the most stunning, revolutionary music in the hiphop world back in its heyday, but you need to realize that they were not sellouts and definitely not the worst of this genre. Yes, their style was almost too kid friendly and kind of hard to listen to repeatedly compared to other gems of the day. However, they did what they know, and created some pretty noteworthy pieces along the way.

Selling out would have been if Will were to incorporate superficious gangsta, thug, or pimp elements into his music. He didn't. His style may have been silly, onery, and kid friendly, but that is who he is, and he never stepped outside of that. The myth is that he never used cuss words, but you go back and listen to "You Saw My Blinker..." and realize that he did every now and then, and find that hard to believe. Plus he always dropped a lot of hell's and damn's- in case that offends anyone. Will kept it true, to what he knows, and yet still has a bad rap for his music.

I won't go as far to say that his work with Jazzy Jeff is something I absolutely cherish and revere, but one should recognize that they made big contributions to hiphop and stood strong as an example of hiphop's diversity. People could get into their stuff if they found the rest of hiphop hard-to-stomach. I love the show "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air"(in which they both starred), which not only exceeded and outlasted expectations, but became a classic and brought hiphop and urban culture to the forefront on American television. It's still shown on TV constantly today, eight years after the last episode. The show had something for everyone, like I said, an enduring American classic.

So the rumor is that Jazzy Jeff and Will were sellouts and their music is wack. MYTH! Most people think Eminem represents the best of hiphop music today because he wins a grammy. MYTH! See everyone else just makes their decision based upon someone else's gossip! Go back and take some listens and decide for yourself. Okay, their music was based upon making record sales and getting airplay, but listen to "Pump Up The Bass," and especially the track "He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper," and tell me that Will didn't have some mic skills! Because he does. Not the best, but you can't deny his legitimacy on the mic. Rappers today like Nelly, Ludacris, Lil' Jon, can make catchy, radio-oriented stuff, but listen to them and they really have no skill. So why write off Will when you sit there bumping and gobbling up albums from lame rappers like the ones I just mentioned? Will had great storytelling talent too, most of his most famous songs involved stories that relate to the choruses. They may have been somewhat-childish stories about struggling to make it to work or school, or girl situations, but he never fantasized and deceived us into trying to believe some gangsta drug-selling, shootouts, or orgy tall tales. Really, Slick Rick doesn't have much on Will when it comes to storytelling hiphop. Will, man I respect you and you should be proud of the music, as well as the televison show, that you graced us with back in the day!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Yes, it's edited, but there's a reason... 1 juillet 2010
Par Aaron K - Publié sur
Format: CD
"He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper" was the very first rap album I ever bought as a kid. It's an absolute classic, loaded with outstanding tracks! If you don't believe me, check the [...] review (5 stars), or see the Source's list of 100 Best Rap Albums of all time (it's on there).

Not much needs to be said about how good the songs are, but there are other reviews giving it low ratings, because, yes, the CD is edited.

It's a similar case to another classic hip-hop album, "Sex Packets" by Digital Underground. "He's The DJ..." is a double LP and extended play cassette. But when it came time to release the CD, they couldn't fit it all on one CD. Hence, sadly, the decision was made to cut some of the songs to allow it to fit. Here's the difference:

"Nightmare on My Street" - This is the Single Version that was released on 7" vinyl and cassette single. It has alternate lyrics compared to the LP version and is not simply edited.

"As We Go" - shortened by about 30 seconds

"Parents Just Don't Understand" - This is the Single Version that was released on 7" vinyl and cassette single. It shortens the instrumental section between the 2nd and 3rd verse and fades a little earlier than the LP.

"Another Special Announcement" - This is the only song missing from the CD.

"D.J. on the Wheels" - shortened by about 50 seconds

"He's the D.J., I'm the Rapper" - shortened by about 1:15

"Hip Hop Dancer's Theme" - shortened by about 50 seconds

"Jazzy's in the House" - shortened by about 1:10

"Human Video Game" - shortened by about 1:30

All of the other songs are fully in tact. If you're used to hearing the LP or cassette, I completely understand your disappointment; however, the album is still very worthy of 5-stars even edited.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best CD I have 28 mai 2003
Par adam tarantino - Publié sur
Format: CD
This is the first Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince record I ever got, about five years ago. And this is also the one I listen to the most because it's their best. Plain and simple.
From hearing the first track, A Nightmare on My Street, you're immediately taken back to the days when rap was fun to listen to. Now it's all about the hardcore stuff which totally disinterests me. This album is completely 80's.
This disc houses some of their greatest tracks they've ever recorded. Parents Just Don't Understand, Brand New Funk, A Nightmare on My Street, Here We Go Again, and the list goes on and on for all seventeen tracks.
Here are the top five songs on the disc
1.A Nightmare on My Street
2.Here We Go Again
3.Brand New Funk
4.He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper
5.Parents Just Don't Understand
This album is completely worth buying no matter what kind of music you listen to. This is the best CD I have in my not so extensive CD collection.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Touted Actor With Under-appreciated Emcee Skills 18 mai 2011
Par Ashley M. Blanchard - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I have always felt that Will Smith was an under-appreciated emcee since his inception in Hip Hop in the mid 1980's. He has been ridiculed for being corny, too commercialized, soft, weak, and unskilled. This is unfortunate because Will's success is not driven by stardom but rather his emceeing skills. This is made abundantly clear on "He's The DJ I'm The Rapper". He has a penchant for strong songwriting. All the songs on this album have verses that connects seamlessly with the hooks. Every verse on each song picks right up where the last one left off on. Aside from songwriting is Will's uncanny ability to play different characters in his songs like "Parents Just Don't Understand". His voice imitations brings a self-depreciating humor that injects a comical punch not found on many Hip Hop records. Songs like "Parents Just Don't Understand" helped to pave the way for Yo! MTV Raps so that fans could see their hardcore favorites. Back in 1988, the Grammy's and MTV wasn't showing much love to Rap artists and I feel Will Smith played a major part in changing all of that. His skills on this release are sharper than a ginsu. Check the title track. There's a reason why nobody wanted to beef with Mr. Smith back in the days. Aside from the emceeing, Jazzy Jeff shows why he is one of the baddest DJ's around. It's a frantic scratch attack on the one's and two's that serves as an added instrument over the beats. The beat boxing is also memorable, especially the mimicking of 'Donkey Kong' on "Human Video Game". Of all of the movies and records that Will Smith has made, this album is in my opinion his best work and should silence all of his critics who thinks that his career is driven by stardom and not his emceeing skills.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Greatest! 24 juin 2000
Par Michael A. Walters - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is the absolute greatest Fresh Prince/Will Smith album ever made! Every track is a classic! Buy it now!
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