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The Roots Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

The Roots Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Roots Is Comin'
2 The Ultimate
3 DillaTUDE (The Flight Of Titus)
4 Get Busy
5 Why (What's Goin On?)
6 Tunnel Vision
7 Mellow My Man
8 What You Want (Featuring Jaguar)
9 Good Music
10 The Pow Wow
11 I Remain Calm
12 A Peace Of Light
13 Lazy Afternoon
14 Act Fore...The End?
15 You Ain't Fly
16 Break You Off
17 Stay Cool
18 Pow Wow 2
19 Proceed
20 Star / Pointro
21 Distortion to Static
22 The Next Movement
23 Step into the Realm
24 Datskat
25 The Show
26 Pass the Popcorn
27 I'm Out Deah
28 The Anti-Circle
29 Popcorn Revisited
30 Silent Treatment
31 Birthday Girl
32 Common Dust
33 Sacrifice
34 Pussy Galore
35 Without a Doubt
36 Complexity
37 75 Bars (Black's Reconstruction)
38 Thought@Work
39 Atonement
40 Adrenaline!
41 Love Of My Life (Featuring Common)
42 It Just Don't Stop
43 Proceed II
44 The Spark
45 What Goes On, Pt. 7
46 Water
47 Swept Away
48 Web
49 How I Got Over
50 Bread And Butter
51 Rising Up
52 What You Want
53 Rolling With Heat
54 The Jump
55 Dies Irae
56 Don't Say Nuthin
57 The Day
58 Hard Times
59 Table Of Contents (Parts 1 & 2)
60 Stomp
61 Meltin' Pot
62 Writters Block
63 The Coming
64 Somebody's Gotta Do It
65 Peace
66 Right On
67 Our Generation
68 The Grand Return
69 The Lesson, Pt. 1
70 Quills
71 Lighthouse
72 Duck Down!
73 Good Music (Prelude)
74 Panic !!!!!!!
75 You Don't See Us
76 Doin' It Again
77 The Unlocking
78 Clap
79 Diedre Vs. Dice
80 Something In The Way Of Things (In Town)
81 I Remember
82 Now Or Never
83 Push up Ya Lighter
84 The Session (Longest Posse Cut in History, 12:43)
85 The Fire
86 The Return to Innocence Lost
87 Make My (Single)
88 !!!!!!!
89 Tip The Scale
90 The Seed (2.0)
91 Grits
92 The Lesson, Pt. 3 (It's Over Now)
93 Syreeta's Having My Baby
94 Web 20/20
95 Rising Down
96 Intro/There's Something Goin' On
97 Don't See Us
98 Episodes
99 Redford
100 Boom!
101 Leonard I-V
102 Rhymes And Ammo
103 Carryin' On
104 Hustla
105 ? vs. Rahzel
106 No Alibi
107 Tariq's Mario Rap
108 Dynamite!
109 You Got Me (Feat: Erykah Badu)
110 Essawhamah? (Live at the Soulshack)
111 Dillatastic Vol Won(derful)
112 Essaywhuman?!!!??!
113 Ain't Sayin' Nothin' New
114 Respond/ React
115 Break You Off (Radio Edit)
116 Theme from the Middle of the Night
117 Table Of Contents - Part 3
118 Ya' All Know Who!
119 In The Music
120 Becoming Unwritten
121 Y'all Know Who
122 Double Trouble
123 I Cant Help It
124 Never
125 Table Of Contents Part 1
126 Thought @ Work
127 Take it There
128 Criminal
129 The Lesson
130 Act Too (The Love of My Life)
131 Possibility
132 False Media
133 When the People Cheer
134 Table Of Contents Part 2
135 All I Know
136 Baby
137 I Will Not Apologize
138 Clones
139 Will To Power
140 Don't Feel Right
141 The Dark (Trinity)
142 Concerto of the Desperado
143 Here I Come
144 Phrentrow
145 Finality
146 Can't Stop This
147 Do You Want More?!!!??!
148 The Unraveling
149 Universe At War
150 Lovely, Love My Family
151 Long Time
152 Singing Man
153 Step into the Relm
154 What They Do
155 Sleep
156 Game Theory
157 Tomorrow
158 There's a Riot Going On
159 Walk Alone
160 Livin' in a New World
161 Unwritten
162 Section
163 The Hypnotic
164 Make My
165 Seed 2.0, The (featuring Cody
166 Dun
167 The Devil
168 Guns Are Drawn
169 Dear God 2.0
170 Clock With No Hands
171 Lost Desire
172 No Great Pretender
173 The Adventures In Wonderland
174 One Time
175 I Don't Care
176 Black Rock
177 100% Dundee
178 Radio Daze
179 Wake Up Everybody [with John Legend]
180 Ital (The Universal Side)
181 Rock You
182 Kool On
183 Understand
184 I Can't Help It

The Roots Bio

The Roots are an American hip hop/neo soul band, formed in 1987 by Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The Roots are known for a jazzy and eclectic approach to hip-hop featuring live musical instruments. Malik B., Leonard "Hub" Hubbard, and Josh Abrams were added to the band (formerly named "The Square Roots").

Since its first independent album-length release the band has released 10 studio albums, two EPs, two collaboration albums (with other artists), and also collaborated on recordings and in live shows with a wide variety of artists in many musical genres. The Roots served as the house band on NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon from 2009 to 2014, and in the same role (and accompanying show guest artists) on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon since 2014. The Roots' work has been consistently met with critical acclaim. About.com ranked the band #7 on its list of the 25 Best Hip-Hop Groups of All-Time, calling them "Hip-hop's first legitimate band."

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