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MTV Presents Def Jam: Let the People Speak

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9/18/2001

Review

One of hip-hop's most storied labels, Def Jam has been the home to some of rap's most famous and influential artists since its inception in 1984. Some of the MCs who the Rick Rubin/Russell Simmons-founded company have brought to success are included here on the compilation MTV Presents Def Jam: Let the People Speak. LL Cool J, Redman, DMX, and Slick Rick all have at least one track on the album, as do groups like Public Enemy and the Beastie Boys. It's part old-school, part party rap, and part contemporary stuff (released pre-2002, however), and though it is missing material from artists like Jay-Z and EPMD, it's still a pretty fun collection, and a good overview of all that Def Jam has done for the genre. ~ Marisa Brown
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Get at Me Dog 3:5
  3. 2 Children's Story 3:58
  4. 3 Public Enemy No. 1 Public Enemy 4:41
  5. 4 Put It on Me Ja Rule 4:41
  6. 5 (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party) Beastie Boys 3:26
  7. 6 Slam Onyx 3:35
  8. 7 Get Me Home Foxy Brown 3:48
  9. 8 Mona Lisa 4:4
  10. 9 Fight the Power Public Enemy 4:43
  11. 10 Doin' It LL Cool J 4:52
  12. 11 I'll Bee Dat! Redman 4:31
  13. 12 What's Your Fantasy Ludacris 4:35
  14. 13 Mama Said Knock You Out LL Cool J 4:48
  15. 14 Regulate Warren G 4:7

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