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De La Soul Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

De La Soul Lyrics - by Popularity

1 De La Orgee
2 Spitkicker.com/say R.
3 This Is A Recording For Living In A Fulltime Era (
4 Me Myself And I
5 Down Syndrome
6 Ego Trippin' (Part Two)
7 Sh. Fe. Mc's
8 Not Over Till the Fat Lady Plays the Demo
9 Big Brother Beat
10 Held Down
11 Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason (Live From the BK
12 Rap De Rap Show
13 Intro (Da La Soal Is Dead)
14 Skit 4
15 Do As De La Does
16 Bitties In The BK Lounge
17 Skit 3
18 Johnny's Dead Aka Vincent Mason (live From The Bk Lounge)
19 Pease Porridge
20 Afro Connections at a Hi 5 (in the eyes of the hoo
21 Skit 1
22 Breakadawn
23 Skit 2
24 Plug Tunin' (Last Chance To Comprehend)
25 Skit 5
26 WRMS-Cat's In Control
27 My Brother's A Basehead
28 Dinninit
29 Talkin' Bout Hey Love
30 Cool Breeze On The Rocks
31 Pony Ride
32 U Can Do (Life)
33 Sunshine
34 4 More
35 Jenifa (Taught Me) [12" Version]
36 Dinninnit
37 Plug Tunin' (original 12'version)
38 Simply
39 Ghetto Thang [Ghetto Ximer]
40 Buddy
41 Paul's Revenge
42 Potholes In My Lawn
43 Itzsoweezee
44 Say No Go
45 The Future
46 Change In Speak
47 Take It Off
48 Long Island Degrees
49 I Am I Be
50 Let, Let Me In
51 Who Do U Worship
52 The Magic Number
53 All Good? [Feat. Chaka Khan]
54 This Is A Recording For Living In A Fulltime Era (l.i.f.e.)
55 Stakes Is High
56 U Don't Wanna B.D.S.
57 The Dawn Brings Smoke
58 No
59 The Mack Daddy On The Left
60 Supa Emcees
61 Rock Co.Kane Flow
62 All Good
63 Patti Dooke
64 Copa (Cabanga)
65 Baby, Baby, Baby, Baby, Ooh Baby
66 Declaration
67 Words From The Chief Rocker
68 I Can Do Anything (Delacratic)
69 Afro Connections At A Hi 5 (In The Eyes Of The Hoodlum)
70 Come On, Yeah
71 A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"
72 Dreams Of The Funky Towel
73 This Is A Recording 4 Living In A Fulltime Era (L.I.F.E.)
74 Goon TV (Interlude)
75 Fallin
76 Action!
77 Oooh!
78 You Go Dave (A Goldblatt Presentation)
79 The Sauce - Featuring Philly Black
80 Fanatic Of The B Word
81 Peas Porridge Hot
82 The Book of Life
83 Hsubakcits
84 Ego Trippin (Part Three)
85 Dog Eat Dog
86 Pharoahe Monch
87 Here in After
88 Am I Worth You?
89 Dave Has A Problem...Seriously
90 Shopping Bags (She Got from You)
91 Johnny's Dead AKA Vincent Mason
92 A Little Bit Of Soap
93 Clash Symphony
94 Jenifa (12' Version)
95 Pawn Star
96 Set the Mood
97 Exodus
98 Ego Trippin'
99 Pop Life
100 So Good
101 Squat!
102 Days of Our Lives
103 En Focus
104 Say No Go [New Keys Vocal]
105 Special
106 Can U Keep A Secret
107 Tennis
108 Royalty Capes
109 Intro - Stakes is High
110 The Art Of Getting Jumped
111 Eye Patch
112 Strickly Dan Stuckie
113 Keepin' The Faith
114 Kicked Out The House
115 Simply Havin'
116 The Top Chefs
117 Stakes Is High (Remix)
118 Pain
119 Thru Ya City
120 Verbal Clap
121 Rock Co. Cane Flow
122 Plug Tunin'
123 Backstage (Interlude)
124 Stickabush
125 Property of Spitkicker.com
126 Much More
127 I Be Blowin'
128 Millie Pulled A Pistol On Santa
129 My Write
130 D.A.I.S.Y. Age
131 Move 'Em In, Move 'Em Out
132 Stix & Stonz
133 Memory of... (US)
134 It's Like That
135 In the Woods
136 What We Do (For Love)
137 Trying People
138 Oooh.
139 WRMS' Dedication To The Bitty
140 Ending Credits
141 Transmitting Live From Mars
142 CBGBS
143 View
144 Intro - Buhloone Mindstate
145 The Grind Date
146 Opening Credits
147 360
148 Description
149 Get Away
150 Tread Water
151 Lord Intended
152 Weed #2 - Phife Dawg
153 Long Island Wildin'
154 Come On Down
155 Oodles Of O's
156 Pushin' Aside, Pushin' Along
157 Ain't Hip To Be Labelled A Hippie
158 God It
159 What's More
160 Snoopies
161 The Bizness
162 Weed #3 - Black Thought
163 He Comes
164 WRMS' Dedication O The Bitty
165 Pass The Plugs
166 The Work
167 Brainwashed Follower
168 Eye Know
169 The Devil Likes Candy
170 Greyhounds
171 Wonce Again Long Island
172 With Me
173 Brain Washed Follower
174 Stone Age
175 The Bizness (w/Common)
176 Small Disasters
177 Buddy (remix)
178 Ghetto Thang
179 TrainWreck
180 Sexy Bitch
181 What's More (From The Soundtrack Hell On 1st Avenue)
182 Itsoweezee (Hot)
183 We Made It
184 Chanel No. Fever
185 Beautiful Night
186 Betta Listen
187 Foolin'
188 Drawn
189 Baby Phat
190 Me, Myself & I [Oblapos Mode]
191 Church
192 Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey)
193 We Made It (Interlude)
194 Intro
195 Schoolyard Studios
196 I. C. Y'all
197 Whoodeeni
198 Peer Pressure - Featuring B-Real
199 3 Days Later
200 Potholes In My Lawn [12" Version]
201 Baby Phat (Ft. Devin The Dude)
202 Shwingalokate
203 Must B the Music
204 Jenifa Taught Me (Derwin's Revenge)
205 Genesis
206 Brakes
207 My Writes
208 Nosed Up
209 Area

De La Soul Bio

De La Soul is an American hip hop group formed in 1987 on Long Island, New York. They are best known for their eclectic sampling, quirky lyrics, and their contributions to the evolution of the jazz rap and alternative hip hop subgenres. The members are Kelvin Mercer (Posdnuos, Mercenary, Plug Wonder Why, Plug One), David Jude Jolicoeur (Trugoy the Dove, Dave, Plug Two) and Vincent Mason (P.A. Pasemaster Mase, Maseo, Plug Three). The three formed the group in high school and caught the attention of producer Paul Huston (Prince Paul) with a demo tape of the song "Plug Tunin'". Prince Paul was also sometimes referred to as Plug Four. The "Plug" names are alleged to come from the numbers that each bandmate's microphone was labeled on the soundboard. Posdnuos was always plugged into plug one, Trugoy was plugged into plug two, and so forth.

With its playful wordplay, innovative sampling, and witty skits, the band's debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, has been hailed as a hip-hop masterpiece. It is also the band's biggest commercial success to date, with their subsequent albums selling progressively less, despite receiving high praise from critics. A measure of 3 Feet High and Rising's cross-over appeal was the fact that it was voted Album of the Year by NME Magazine, a title better known for its taste in guitar-based music. De La Soul has influenced numerous other hip hop artists such as Camp Lo, Black Eyed Peas, and Digable Planets. They were also influential in the early stages of rapper/actor Mos Def's career, and are a core part of the Spitkicker collective. They are the longest standing Native Tongues Posse group, after the Jungle Brothers.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_la_soul