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1979-2006: A HipHop Odyssey

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Mistajam | 06:00 UK time, Friday, 29 December 2006

If you were listening to last night's HipHop M1X Show then you will have heard an epic (record breaking?) mix taking in over 800 classic HipHop tracks from 1979-2006 in 40 odd minutes. You probably will have gone "flippin eck, I'd love to have more of that". Well...check out Jaguar Skills' myspace page. Call it a belated Christmas present!

Big shouts to Jag Skills. Expect to hear more from him in '07.

Want the tracklisting?

Jaguar Skills Intro….

King Tim III (Personality Jock) - The Fatback Band
Sugahill Gang - Rappers Delight - The Sugar Hill Gang
Rapping & Rocking The House - Funky 4+1
Zulu Nation Throwdown - Afrika Bambaata And The Cosmic Force
High Powered Rap - Crash Crew
8th Wonder - The Sugar Hill Gang
The Breaks [Long Version] - Kurtis Blow
Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll - Vaughan Mason & Crew
Monster Jam - Spoonie Gee & Sequence
Apache (version) - The Sugar Hill Gang
That's The Joint - Funky Four Plus One
Genius Rap - Dr. Jeckel
Super Rhymes - Jimmy Spicer
Heartbeat - Taana Gardner
Rockin' It - The Fearless Four
The Message - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
Buffalo Gals - Malcolm McLaren
Scorpio - Grand Master Flash & The Furious Five
Magic's Wand – Whodini
Jam On It – Newcleus
White Lines (Don't Do It) - Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel
Break Dance - Electric Boogie - The West Street Mob
Planet Rock - Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force
It's Like That - Run-DMC
Rockbox - Run DMC
Sucker M.C.'s (Krush-Groove 1) - Run-D.M.C.
Beat Street Breakdown - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
Step Off (Part 1) - The Furious Five, Featuring Cowboy, Melle Mel & Scorpio
It's Yours - T. Rocks
I Need A Beat - LL Cool J
Old School Rap - Roxanne Roxanne (UTFO)
Beat Street Breakdown - Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
Step Off (Part 1) - The Furious Five, Featuring Cowboy, Melle Mel & Scorpio
King Of Rock - Run-D.M.C.
Rock The Bells (Original Version) - LL Cool J
La Di Da Di - Dougie Fresh Ft. Ricky D
Just Buggin' – Whistle
PSK What Does it Mean (1) - Schooly D
I Can't Live Without My Radio - LL Cool J
If I Ruled The World [Long Version] - Kurtis Blow
Rockbox - Run DMC
PSK What Does it Mean (1) - Schooly D
La Di Da Di - Dougie Fresh Ft. Ricky D
King Of Rock - Run-D.M.C.
Just Buggin' – Whistle
If I Ruled The World [Long Version] - Kurtis Blow
It's A Demo - Kool G Rap and DJ Polo
South Bronx - Boogie Down Productions
Ego Trippin' (MCs Ultra Remix) - Ultramagnetic Mcs
Eric B Is The President - Eric B. & Rakim
Beastie Boys - 1Hold It Now, Hit It
South Bronx - Boogie Down Productions
DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Girls Ain't Nothin But Trouble
Check Out My Melody - Eric B. and Rakim
Top Billing - Audio Two
I Know You Got Soul - Eric B & Rakim
Raw Feat. Big Daddy Kane (Extended Alternate Version)
Bring The Noise Public Enemy
Last Night - Kid 'N Play
Nobody Beats The Biz - Biz Markie
I Ain't No Joke - Eric B & Rakim
Tramp - Salt-N-Pepa
The Bridge Is Over - Boogie Down Productions
It's My Thing – EPMD
Rebel Without A Pause - Public Enemy
It Takes Two - Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock
The 900 Number - The 45 King
Paid In Full (Coldcut 7 Minutes Of Madness Mix) - Eric B And Rakim
Plug Tunin' (Original 12" Version) - De La Soul
You Gots To Chill – EPMD
Run's House - Run-D.M.C.
Don't Believe The Hype - Public Enemy
Microphone Fiend – Rakim
Biz Is Goin' Off - Biz Markie
Droppin' Science - Craig G.
Beats To The Rhyme - Run-DMC
My Philosophy - Boogie Down Productions
Paper Thin - MC Lyte
King Of The Beats – Mantronix
The Symphony (Feat. Master Ace, Craig G., Kool G. Rap and Bi - Marley Marl
Vapors - Biz Markie
Talkin' All That Jazz – Stetsasonic
Children's Story - Slick Rick
So Wat Cha Sayin' – EPMD
Just A Friend - Biz Markie
Why Is That – 3x Dope
Straight Outta Compton – NWA
It's Funky Enough - The D.O.C.
Eazy-er Said Than Dunn – Eazy E
Buddy (Native Tongue Decision Mix) – De La Soul
To the Max – Stezo
Big Ole Butt - LL Cool J
Words I Manifest (Remix) – Gangstarr
Dowutchyalike – Digital Underground
The Gas Face - 3rd Bass featuring Zev Love X
Fight The Power - Public Enemy
Droppin' It - The Bizzie Boys
Cha, Cha, Cha – MC Lyte
Ya Bad Chubbs - Chubb Rock
Court Is In Session – Chill Rob G
Steppin' To The A.M. - 3rd Bass
You Played Yourself - Ice-T
Self Destruction - Stop The Violence Movement
Ain't Sayin' Nothin' – BDP
Wild Thing – Tone Loc
Express Yourself – NWA
To the Max – Stezo
Children's Story - Slick Rick
A Bitch Iz A Bitch – NWA
Atom – Main Source
Smooth Operator – Big Daddy Kane
In Control Of Things – YZ
Thinking Of A Master Plan – YZ
Early To Rise – Nice & Smooth
Hey Ladies - Beastie Boys
Shake Your Rump - Beastie Boys
Welcome To The Terrordome – Public Enemy
The Humpty Dance Digital Underground
Gold Digger EPMD
Jingling Baby (Remixed But Still Jingling) LL Cool J
Looking at the Front Door Main Source
Love's Gonna Get 'Cha (Material Love) Boogie Down Productions
Streets Of New York Kool G Rap & Polo
In The Ghetto Eric B. & Rakim
Brothers Gonna Work It Out Public Enemy
Buck Whylin' Terminator X feat. Chuck D & Sister Souljah
Murder Rap Above The Law
J.Beez Comin' Through Jungle Brothers
Call Me D-Nice D-Nice
Freaks Of The Industry Digital Underground
Around The Way Girl LL Cool J
Bonita Applebum – A Tribe Called Quest
Your Mom's In My Business K-Solo
To Da Break Of Dawn LL Cool J
Strictly For The Ladies Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth
Rock This Funky Joint Poor Righteous Teachers
3 Strikes 5000 3rd Bass
Treat 'Em Right Chubb Rock
Funkin' Lesson X Clan
Spellbound K-Solo
Ruff Rhyme (Back Again) King Tee
Who's The Mack Ice Cube
Played Like a Piano King Tee
La Raza Kid Frost
Peachfuzz K.M.D
Me And The Biz Masta Ace
Nod Your Head To This Kings Of Swing
Boomin System – LL Cool J
Murder Rap Above The Law
J.Beez Comin' Through Jungle Brothers
Call Me D-Nice D-Nice
Freaks Of The Industry Digital Underground
Around The Way Girl LL Cool J
Bonita Applebum – A Tribe Called Quest
Your Mom's In My Business K-Solo
Nod Your Head To This Kings Of Swing
To Da Break Of Dawn LL Cool J
Strictly For The Ladies Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth
Rock This Funky Joint Poor Righteous Teachers
3 Strikes 5000 3rd Bass
Treat 'Em Right Chubb Rock
Funkin' Lesson X Clan
Spellbound K-Solo
Ruff Rhyme (Back Again) King Tee
Who's The Mack Ice Cube
Played Like a Piano King Tee
La Raza Kid Frost
Peachfuzz K.M.D
Me And The Biz Masta Ace
Nod Your Head To This Kings Of Swing
The Mission Special Ed
Untouchable Above The Law
Executive Class Double XX Posse
Funky For You Nice & Smooth
Just To Get A Rep Gang Starr
No Bones In Ice Cream Nice & Smooth
Who's Gonna Take The Weight Gang Starr
Can I Kick It A Tribe Called Quest
AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted Ice Cube
Once Upon A Time In The Projects Ice Cube
When The Papes Come A Tribe Called Quest
The Originators The Jaz featuring Jay-Z
Ready 2 Attack Special Ed
I'm the Magnificent (The Magnificent Remix) Special Ed
Mind Playing Tricks On Me Geto Boys
Check The Rhime A Tribe Called Quest
Shut Em' Down (Pete Rock Remix) Public Enemy
How I Could Just Kill A Man Cypress Hill
O.P.P. Naughty By Nature
Slow Down Brand Nubian
I Got To Have It Ed OG and Da Bulldogs
All For One Brand Nubian
Flavor Of The Month Black Sheep
Rampage EPMD featuring LL Cool J
Hip Hop Junkies Nice & Smooth
Summertime DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince
Ain't No Future In Yo' Frontin' MC Breed
Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey) De La Soul
Sobb Story Leaders Of The New School
Growin' Up In The Hood Compton's Most Wanted
Fuck Compton Tim Dog
Same Song Digital Underground
Jiggable Pie AMG
Poor Georgie MC Lyte
Shakiyla Poor Righteous Teachers
A Roller Skating Jam Named 'Saturdays' De La Soul featuring Q-Tip
Be A Father To Your Child Ed O.G & Da Bulldogs
Tonight DJ Quik
Bitch Betta Have My Money AMG
Bad To The Bone Kool G Rap & Polo
Fugitive K-Solo
Case Of The P.T.A. Leaders Of The New School
25 Ta Life D-Nice
Come On, Let's Move It Special Ed
Who Me KMD
Just Hangin' Out Main Source
Sleepin' On My Couch Del Tha Funkee Homosapien
Live At The Barbeque Main Source
Steady Mobbin' Ice Cube
Step In The Arena Gang Starr
Nitty Gritty (Remix) K.M.D
Check The Technique Gang Starr
No Vaseline Ice Cube
Plumskinzz K.M.D.
O.G. Original Gangster Ice-T
Not Gonna Be Able To Do It Double XX Posse
Straighten It Out Pete Rock & CL Smooth
One To Grow UMC's
La Schmoove Fu-Schnickens featuring Phife Dwag
Fat Pockets (Remix) Show & AG
Don't Sweat the Technique Eric B. & Rakim
Brothers From Brentwood L.I. EPMD
Fudge Pudge Organized Konfusion featuring O.C.
Age Ain't Nothing But A # Chi Ali
Mistadobalina Del The Funkee Homosapien
Mic Checka (Remix) Das EFX
Crossover EPMD
Best Kept Secret Diamond D
Jussumen (Remix) Das Efx
So What'cha Want Beastie Boys
How To Roll A Blunt RedmaN
The Choice Is Yours (Revisited) Black Sheep
They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.) Pete Rock & Cl Smooth
Deep Cover Dr Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg
They Want EFX Das EFX
Scenario A Tribe Called Quest featuring Leaders Of The New School
DWYCK Gang Starr featuring Nice & Smooth
Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down Brand Nubian
Jump Around House of Pain
Poppa Large (East Coast Remix) Ultramagnetic MC's
Uptown Anthem Naughty By Nature
Juice (Know The Ledge) Eric B & Rakim
Ill Street Blues Kool G Rap & Polo
Blow Your Mind RedmaN
Gangsta Bitch Apache
Head Banger EPMD featuring K-Solo & Redman
Fakin' The Funk (Remix) Main Source featuring Neek The Exotic
Freestyle (Yo, That's The Shit) Diamond D
Halftime Nas
Jazz(We've Got) A Tribe Called Quest
Who Got Da Props Black Moon
Hand on the Pump Cypress Hill
360 (What Goes Around) Grand Puba
Zulu War Chant - Afrika Bambaata Presents Time Zone
Protect Ya Neck – Wu-Tang Clan
Throw Ya Gunz – Onyx
Redman - Time 4 Sum Aksion
KRS-One - Outta Here
A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation
Souls of Mischief - 93 'Till Infinity
Onyx – Slam
Kool G Rap DJ Polo - On The Run Remix Al Capone Version
M.O.P. - How About Some Hardcore
The Notorious B.I.G. - Party And Bullshit
Tha Alkaholiks - Make Room
The Beatnuts - Reign Of The Tec
Casual - That's How It Is (Remix)
Fat Joe - Flow Joe
De La Soul - Breakadawn
Casual - I Didn't Mean To
Lords Of The Underground - Chief Rocka
Kurious - Walk Like A Duck
Leaders Of The New School - What's Next
Domino - Getto Jam
Intelligent Hoodlum - Grand Groove (Remix)
2Pac - Keep Ya Head Up
Cypress Hill - When the Shit Goes Down
Mobb Deep - Hit It From The Back
KRS-One - Sound Of Da Police
KRS-One - Hip Hop Vs. Rap
Ultramagnetic MCs - Two Brothers With Checks (San Francisco, Harvey)
Diamond D - I'm Outta Here
Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain
Diamond D featuring Sadat X & Lord Finesse - You Can't Front
Craig Mack - Flava in Ya Ear Ego Trip 1994
Method Man - Bring The Pain
O.C. - Time's Up
Gin And Juice Snoop Doggy Dogg
Keith Murray - The Most Beautifullest Thing in this World Ego Trip
Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M
Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell
Smif-n-Wessun - Let's Git It On
Fugees - Nappy Heads (Remix)
Common Sense - I Used To Love H.E.R.
Jeru The Damaja - D. Original
Gang Starr - Mass Appeal
Nas - The World Is Yours
Notorious B.I.G. – Juicy
Nate Dogg & Warren G – Regulate
Notorious B.I.G. – Unbelievable
Group Home - Supa Star
Murder Was The Case Snoop Doggy Dogg
The Lady of Rage featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg - Afro Puffs
Black Moon - I Got Cha Opin (Remix)
Wu-Tang Clan - Can It Be All So Simple
Channel Live & Krs One - Mad Izm
Black Moon - How Many MC's
Redman - Rockafella (Remix)
Redman - Can't Wait
De La Soul - Ego Trippin' [Part Two]
Gravediggaz feat. Shabazz The Disciple & Killah Priest - Diary Of A Madman
Crooklyn Dodgers(Buckshot, Masta Ace, Special Ed) – Crooklyn
Craig Mack feat. Q-Tip - Get Down (Remix)
On And On – Shyheim
Ill Al Skratch - Where My Homiez
Black Moon - Reality (Killin' Every Nigga In Sight)
Smif-n-Wesson - Bucktown
Black Moon - Murder MC's
Black Moon - Buck Em Down (Remix)
Redman & Method Man - How High
Frankie Cutlass - Boriquas On Da Set
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Lost Boyz - Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz
Q-Ball & Curt Cazal - My Kinda Moves
The Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa
Raekwon - Incarcerated Scarfaces
The Notorious B.I.G. - Who Shot Ya
Raekwon - Ice Cream
Raekwon – Criminology
The Pharcyde - Runnin'
Raekwon - Glaciers Of Ice
The Pharcyde – Drop
Jay-Z - Can't Get With That
Smif-N-Wessun featuring Starang Wondah - Sound Bwoy Burell
Show & AG - Next Level
Grand Puba - I Like It (I Wanna Be Where You Are)
Da Brat - Give It 2 You - (Remix)
Tha Alkoholiks - DAAAM!
The Genius - Liquid Swords
Group Home - Livin' Proof
Crooklyn Dodgers 95 (OC, Chubb Rock & Jeru) - Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers
Das EFX - Real Hip-Hop
J-Live - Braggin' Writes
Nine - Whutcha Want
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony - 1st of The Month
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones Pt. II
Luniz - I Got 5 On It
The Notorious B.I.G - One More Chance (Stay With Me Remix)
Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige - All I Need (Remix)
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo
Smoothe Da Hustler featuring Trigger Tha Gambler - Broken Language
Junior M.A.F.I.A. featuring The Notorious B.I.G. - Get Money
KRS-One - MC's Act Like They Don't Know
Blahzay Blahzay – Danger
Junior M.A.F.I.A. featuring The Notorious B.I.G. - Player's Anthem
The Dogg Pound featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg - New York, New York
Capone-N-Noreaga featuring Mobb Deep & Tragedy - L.A., L.A.
Jay-Z featuring Foxy Brown - Ain't No Nigga
2pac featuring Dr.Dre - California Love (Original Version)
Akinyele - Put It In Your Mouth
Xzibit - Paparazzi
Heltah Skeltah - Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka
Ghostface Killah featuring Raekwon - Motherless Child
Saukrates - Father Time
INI - Fakin' Jax
Lil' Kim - Queen Bitch
Lil' Kim - No Time
De La Soul - Stakes Is High
De La Soul featuring Common Sense - The Bizness
The Fugees - How Many Mics
Company Flow - 8 Steps to Perfection
The Genius featuring Method Man - Shadowboxin'
Fugees - Fu-Gee-La
Company Flow - Vital Nerve
M.O.P. – Brownsville
Mr. Voodoo - Lyrical Tactics
Big Shug – Crush
Outkast - Elevators (Me & You)
The Fugees - Killing Me Softly With His Song
Jay-Z featuring Mary J. Blige - Can't Knock The Hustle
Big Noyd featuring Prodigy - Recognize & Realize (Part 1)
Ghostface Killah featuring Raekwon, Cappadonna & The Force MD's - Daytona
Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy
Busta Rhymes - Woo Hah!! Got You All In Check
Redman – Funkorama
Jeru The Damaja - Ya playin' yaself
Junior M.A.F.I.A. featuring The Notorious B.I.G. - Get Money (Remix)
Jay-Z - Dead Presidents
The East Flatbush Project feat. DeS - Tried By 12
The Genius feat. Killah Priest, Rza & Ghostface Killah - 4th Chamber
The Fugees - Ready Or Not
Hypnotiza – Notorious B.I.G.
Puff Daddy. - It's All About The Benjamins (Remix)
Notorious B.I.G. featuring Mase & Puff Daddy - Mo Money Mo Problems
Busta Rhymes - Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See
The Beatnuts featuring Big Punisher & Cuban Linx - Off The Books
Jay-Z - Who You Wit
Puff Daddy featuring Mase & Notorious B.I.G. - Been Around The World
Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz - Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)
Mase featuring Kelly Price - Feel So Good
Wu-Tang Clan – Triumph
LL Cool J featuring Method Man, Redman, Canibus & DMX - 4,3,2,1
The LOX - Money, Power & Respect
Nas, AZ, Foxy Brown & Nature - Phone Tap
Missy Elliot - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
Lil' Kim featuring Lil' Cease - Crush On You (Remix)
Mos Def - Universal Magnetic
Redman featuring Erick Sermon - Whateva Man
Tha Alkaholiks featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard - Hip Hop Drunkies
Rakim - It's Been A Long Time
Street Smartz featuring OC & Pharoahe Monch - Metal Thangz
Reflection Eternal - Fortified Live
Mos Def,Q-Tip & Tash - Body Rock
Mr. Complex – Visualize
Makaveli featuring The Outlawz - Hail Mary
Jay-Z - Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)
Noreaga – Superthug
DMX - Ruff Ryders Anthem
DMX - Get At Me Dog
Big Punisher featuring Joe - Still Not A Player
Outkast - Rosa Parks
Silkk The Shocker featuring Mystikal - It Ain't My Fault
Cam'Ron featuring DMX - Pull It
Jermaine Dupri featuring Jay-Z - Money Ain't A Thang
Mystikal - The Man Right Chea
Redman - I'll Bee Dat
Noreaga - N.O.R.E
Pete Rock featuring Inspectah Deck & Kurupt - Tru Master
Def Squad - Full Cooperation
Canibus - Second Round K.O.
Busta Rhymes – Dangerous
Big L - Ebonics
Cam'Ron featuring Mase - Horse & Carriage
Flipmode Squad - Cha Cha Cha
Dilated Peoples - Work The Angles
Lootpack - The Anthem
A Tribe Called Quest - Find A Way
Mase featuring Total - What You Want
Timbaland featuring Magoo & Missy Elliot - Here We Come
Dilated Peoples - Triple Optics
All City – Priceless
Gangstarr – You Know My Steeze
Dead Wrong - Biggie Smalls
Simon Say - Pharoah Monch
My Name Is - Eminem
Watch Out Now - The Beatnuts
Breathe And Stop - Q-Tip
I Don't Know - Slum Village
Got Your Money - Ol' Dirty Bastard
Ms. Fat Booty - Mos Def
Still DRE - Dr Dre
Knock, Knock - GZA
Apollo Kids - Ghostface Killah
Bling Bling – BG
Protect Ya Neck (The Jump Off) - Wu Tang Clan
Forgot About Dre - Dr Dre
Quiet Storm - Mobb Deep
Witness (One Hope) - Roots Manuva
Vivrant Thing - Q-Tip
Da Rockwilder - Method Man & Redman
1999 - Common
All I Know – Rahzel
Bitch Please - Xzibit
Jigga My Nigga - Jay Z
Wild Out - The Lox
The Realist - Mobb Deep
Let’s Ride – Q Tip
Whoa - Black Rob
Move Something - Talib Kweli & Hi Tek
Ohh Ohh - De La Soul
Next Episode - Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg
Keep It Thorough - Prodigy
Oh No – Pharoache Monch
Concrete Schoolyard - Jurassic 5
100 Percent - Big Punisher
Ante Up (rmx) – MOP
Cherchez Laghost - Ghostface Killah
Boom (Street) - Royce The 5'9
The Light – Common
Whats My Name – DMX
Back That Ass Up - Juvenile
I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) - Jay-Z
Break Your Neck (Dirty) Busta Rhymes
Let Me Blow Your Mind - Eve
Break Your Neck (Dirty) - Busta Rhymes
Pause - Jay Dee Feat. Frank-N-Dank
Izzo (H.O.V.A.) - Jay-Z
Ugly - Bubba Sparxxx
Get Ur Freak On - Missy Elliot
Who We Be - DMX
The Best U Can - Tha Liks
Music - Erick Sermon
Bad Intentions – Dr Dre
Round & Round - Hi-Tek Feat. Jonell
Det Ta Steppin' - Hi Tek & Mos Def
Lay Low - Snoop Dogg
We Gonna Make It – Jadakiss
Baby Phat - De La Soul
Let's Get Dirty - Redman
Bad Boy for Life (Instrumental) - P.Diddy ft. Bad Boy Family
Ether - Nas
No Escapin This – Beatnuts
Worst Comes to Worst - Dilated Peoples
Good Times (I Get High) - Styles P
Excuse Me Miss Again - Jay-Z
Hot In Herre – Nelly
Oh Boy – Camron
Get By - Talib Kweli
Nothin' - NORE
Made You Look - Nas
React - Erick Sermon
My Life - Kool G Rap
Whats Golden - Jurassic 5
Work It - Missy Elliot
Wanksta - 50 Cent
Southern Hospitality – Ludacris
Grindin' - Clipse ft. Pharrell
Pass The Courvoisier Part II - Busta Rhymes Feat. Puff Daddy & Pharrell
Beautiful - Snoop Dogg
My Block - Scarface
Tainted – Slum Village
One Mic – Nas
The Flyest – Nas
Beware Of The Boys - Panjabi MC Feat. Jay Z
Get Busy - Sean Paul
What Happened To That Boy - Baby & Clipse
Pass The Dutch - Missy Elliot
Pump It Up - Joe Budden
Got Some Teeth (Dirty) - Obie Trice
Through The Wire - Kanye West
Rite Where U Stand - Gang Starr
Skills - Gang Starr
What Up Gangsta - 50 Cent
Put It In The Air - MOP ft. Jay Z
Ooh Wee – Mark Ronson
Never Scared - Bone Crusher
In Da Club - 50 Cent
Fix Up, Look Sharp - Dizzee Rascal
Many Men (Wish Death) - 50 Cent
The Seed (2.0) - The Roots
2 Gunz Up - D-Block
If I Can't - 50 Cent
Dipset Anthem - The Diplomats
Stunt 101 - G-Unit
Get Low(remix) - Lil' Jon
Magic Stick - Lil Kim
Stand Up - Ludacris
Pop Shit - Dirt McGirt
Hoe Cakes - MF Doom
This Way - Dilated Peoples
Run - Ghostface Killah
Bridging The Gap - Nas
99 Problems - Jay-Z
Breathe - Fabolous
The New Workout Plan - Kanye West
Why - Jadakiss
Hold You Down - The Alchemist
Drop It Like It Hot - Snoop Dogg
Party Up (In Here) - DMX
Lean Back - Terror Squad
Jesus Walks - Kanye West
I Run NY – 50 Cent
Young Jeezy ft Jay-Z & Fat Joe - Go Crazy (Remix)
Still Tippin' - Mike Jones
Wait - Ying Yang Twins
Play - David Banner
There it go (The Whistle) - Juelz Santana
Can I Have It Like That - Pharrell
I'm A Hustla - Cassidy
Locked Up - Akon
So Seductive - Tony Yayo
Gold Digger - Kanye West
Hate It Or Love It - The Game
Candy Shop - 50 Cent
Bring Em Out – TI
Diamonds Are Forever - Kanye West
Diamonds On My Wrist (Bling Blaw) - Reef
Disco Inferno - 50 Cent
Higher - The Game
Dreams - The Game
Be Easy (Dirty) - Ghostface Killah
Hustlin' - Rick Ross
Show Me What You Got - Jay-Z
Brandnew - Rhymefest featuring Kayne West
Put Em In Their Place - Mobb Deep
Touch It - Busta Rhymes
Come to Me - P. Diddy
Workinonit - J Dilla
Vato - Snoop Dogg
Kingdom Come - Jay-Z
It's Okay - The Game
Compton - The Game
What U Know – TI
New York Shit - Busta Rhymes
The Champ - Ghostface Killah
Keep Bouncin - Snoop Dogg
Let's Ride - The Game
Black Republican – Nas
30 Something - Jay-Z
Tell Me – P.Diddy
Have A Party - Mobb Deep
Kick Push II - Lupe Fiasco
We Love You – Jaguar Skills featuring Lupe Fiasco
We Fly High – Jim Jones
Hip-Hop Is Dead – Nas



Post your comment
  1. 1.
    • At 03:08 AM on 29 Dec 2006,
    • Hary wrote:

    What a quality remix, I can attribute my life from the beginning of this mix to now... I really want to download it but dont seem to be going anywhere on Jaguars site.. can anyone help me?

  2. 2.

    Look for the picture on his myspace that says "download the mix here" or something like that...

  3. 3.
    • At 05:33 AM on 29 Dec 2006,
    • stu c wrote:

    the picture on his myspace that says "download the mix here"...the link doesnt gutted as the mix is well good

  4. 4.

    Don't worry, I'll make sure he updates it!

  5. 5.
    • At 11:08 AM on 29 Dec 2006,
    • soultrain wrote:

    I cannot believe there was a total of 800 tracks in there! The mix didn't sound so many!

    I'm not usually a fan of quick turnaround mixes, but this was a heavy listen coz there was so many classic hip hop joints from the old skool, alot of memories. But there's also alot of tracks I've never managed to pick up coz I've never been able to get an ID of them, so its a relief you got round to posting up the names of all 800 tracks - now I just got to somwhow match the tracks I want with the names; But thanks anyway.

  6. 6.
    • At 11:09 AM on 29 Dec 2006,
    • soultrain wrote:

    BTW, I'm also finding the download link on his Myspace to be broken

  7. 7.

    Yo peeps - Jaguar Skills here....the man behind the massive mix...

    Due to nuff ninjas downloading the mix - the link messed up - will be back in operation in a few days time.....

    Keep it ninja, ya hear?


    Jaguar Skills

  8. 8.

    Happy New Year from Miami Florida

  9. 9.
    • At 01:00 PM on 30 Dec 2006,
    • Foxx wrote:

    You merked!

  10. 10.
    • At 07:35 PM on 31 Dec 2006,
    • stu c wrote:

    Nice one JAG !!!!!!!! thanks for the new link...the mix is in my I-pod as i type this CHEERS!!!!


    stu c

  11. 11.
    • At 10:42 AM on 01 Jan 2007,
    • soultrain wrote:

    Thanks for setting that up.

  12. 12.
    • At 09:23 PM on 02 Jan 2007,
    • Enigmatik wrote:

    good lookin' out on the tracklisting

  13. 13.

    Yo - the mix is now up on my myspace page - the link is working and it's rocking!!!!

  14. 14.

    Good lookin' out on the tracklisting

  15. 15.

    Very Good article ! Props !


    ALBUM NUMBER TEN (Feat Vibz kartel, Elephant Man, Bounty Killer,
    Sly and robbie, ... )
    "The First single BOOTY CALL feat Chico, is a hot joint, clubbb bangerr
    and big riddim!"
    Great connexion with jamaican producer like Don corleon (Sean paul and Rihanna), tomahawk, anthony redrose, and other guest like Chico, Nicky D, Richy Ruddy aka Bling dawg, ...

    THE ALBUM 9 CALLED "BOOMING SYSTEM" is very good too !!!
    2005 Studio Album from the French Reggae Star that was Recorded in Canada, Jamaica and France. Guest Appearances on this Album Come from Shaggy, Elephant Man and Vibz Cartel, Chico ...

    HE IS THE :
    FRENCH / WEST INDIES - RAGGA-Dancehall/Hiphop Artist STAR !!!

    tHIs man is a show man, rapper, toaster, dj !!!
    in french, créole(west indies), in jamaican, english.
    When a feat with sean paul ? i think that Lord KO is a super starrrr like Elephant man, V.kartel, Shaggy, S.Paul, TOK ..., Marley's son, and other livin' legend like buju banton and other ...

    By this NEW ALBUM !!! it's real


  16. 16.
    • At 12:08 AM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • MicK wrote:

    GOOD mIx and sIte !!! peace ! CONTINUzzz


    ICI C’est la France
    You don’t know the french rap ! is real because every rap is real
    because rap is real
    so you can understand a big emcee from french
    because the language is not a problem
    the flow is here too
    so : check it ! it’s just an exemple
    New school sound! but il y a aussi des old shool too …

    LOOk feat with US rapper because is good for the people us but after listen just the french rap … i don’t speak wery well english but the rap is the rap you know what i’m say !!!!

    Kool shen - Too shoot IV MY PEOPLE feat Big ali
    Ol kainry feat raekwon - de park hill à 91pise
    113 feat mobb deep - lécole du crime
    Rohff feat the game - Top of the world

    Albums big sold in france, hardcore
    Booba - Ouest side
    Rohff - Au dela de mes limites
    Sinik - Sang Froid

    Mafia k’1 fry (it’s a crew hardcore) new album coming soon

    The rap is a lot OF good rapperz : so check rap all over the world
    and in France !
    iT’s a bizness and a market here too
    the second/third nation of the rap

    HIP-HOP MENZzzzz

  17. 17.
    • At 01:20 AM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • gordski wrote:

    first of all... much respect for putting this together.
    but secondly... i think the mc/host sounds better than other mixtape hosts for sure. however, for those of us who are familiar with the jams and get excited enough just by hearing the songs alone, is it possible to make a version with no yelling over top of the tracks? no disrespect intended to the mc of course. this is an amazing medley. UNO!

  18. 18.
    • At 12:04 PM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • Johnny Freshuns... wrote:

    Jaguar Skillz?

    Isn't the blokes' name Matthew?

    No, really.......

  19. 19.
    • At 03:40 PM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • serjo wrote:

    but why there is only 616 tracks in the list?

  20. 20.
    • At 07:18 PM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • break dj rhythm wrote:

    this stuff is really fresh. much respect to U man.

    Here u can download last moscow city old school mixtape.


  21. 21.

    All greetings!!! All Russia is grateful for this mix! Personally I have seen history Hip-Hop. If that, write on e-mail.!
    Excuse for bad English language!!!

  22. 22.
    • At 09:01 PM on 03 Jan 2007,
    • Darwin wrote:

    They should use this mix as a list of "played out tracks to never play at a club after january of 2007."

    I mean, respect due for such a comprehensive mix and so forth.. but this is seriously EXACTLY what is wrong with hip-hop DJing in the 2000s. There's hundreds of thousands of songs hip-hop DJs could play.. and instead they play this INCREDIBLY LIMITED SUBSET of tracks because they want to KEEP IT REAL. You hear the same exact tracks at every goddamn hip-hop night.. I mean listen I love "Dwyck" as much as the next guy but it's kinda hard to get hyped up about how REAL it is when you've heard it TEN KABILLION TIMES.

    YEAH IT'S REAL... REAL TIRED. IT NEEDS TO TAKE A NAP. Respect the real roots of hip-hop by ALWAYS MOVING FORWARD.


  23. 23.


    Great post and kudos to Jaguar Skills.

    FYI - I reposted the track on my site for your listening and downloading pleasures.



  24. 24.

    All i can say is WOW

    This mix is CRAZY! serious...

    It brings back sooo much memories...
    I've been listening to hip hop since 1979 till now and man does it bring back sooo many memories!

    Thank You....Thank You...Thank You


  25. 25.

    YO THIS IS THE ILLEST SHIT EVER CREATED... EVER!!!! EVER EVER!!! I FORGOT SO MANY OF THESE SONGS EXISTED!!!!! Like I ain't forget they existed, but DEFINITELY forgot how fucking hot hiphop USED TO BE.


  26. 26.


    Props to 1xtra. Old skool up until new skool...

    To whoever's moaning, why not go and listen to your own stereo then mate - this is almost as good as 1xtra can possibly get!

    Respec to the Big man

  27. 27.

    Yo - this is Jaguar Skills here....the NINJA DJ behind the mix.

    Mucho respect to everyone (hundreds of you) downloading this mix.

    I've had to upload the link twice already today...damn!

    To answer my man Darwin (the dude dissing the mix) - hey man, there's a million Hip-Hop tunes released between 1979 and 2006 - and I know that some of my favourites aren't even in the mix - but I wanted to make a comprehensive mix using the 'key' tracks that made Hip-Hop what it is of course "Dwick" is going to be in it...I put all the obvious ones in there.

    Yo - you sound crazy mad,'s cool.

    I've got a new mix coming soon which, I hope, will re-confirm to you - that in 2007 Hip-Hop is not dead, and in fact, alive and kicking....

    For real - my next mix - that will be premiered on the MistaJam show will blow ya minds...I hope.

    Once again - big respects to all you head out there supporting the Jaguar Skills Ninja DJ feels good.


    DJ Jaguar Skills

  28. 28.
    • At 07:38 AM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • diggidy wrote:

    yo, real talk, if ANYBODY has all those songs, or most of them, if at all possible, if anyone's feeling nice, can they get at me so they can send it to me in a compressed folder, please and thank you. the effort will be greatly appreciated. all those classics, new computer, they don't go together, d/ling 800 tracks. just trying to save some time. again, please and thank you!

  29. 29.
    • At 09:10 AM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • dirty h wrote:

    Dope mix! But it's not Big Shug - Crush, it's MOP feat. Kool G Rap - Stick 2 Ya Gunz!

  30. 30.

    All I can say is keep listening to the HipHop M1X Show...

    The UK's only national 4 hour HipHop show bringing that HEAT! that FIYAH!!!

  31. 31.
    • At 11:45 AM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • silverback wrote:

    Mad props for this mix, like somebody said before, a version of this mix without the host MC would be great too. And the only hater that said never play this songs again, he doesn't understand hip hop, I hope they will still play this gems in 20 years from now, not in clubs, but on REAL hip hop parties, one love Jaguar!

  32. 32.
    • At 02:39 PM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • Roughton wrote:


    Had it on loop for the last couple of days

    Hip Hop isn't Dead!

    Good to see a couple of UK tracks on there too

  33. 33.
    • At 07:05 PM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • Boombizzap wrote:

    Why is the tracklist missing 182 tracks?

  34. 34.
    • At 09:09 PM on 04 Jan 2007,
    • Vanich wrote:

    hip-hop is dead. truely.

  35. 35.

    this is doping amazing.

  36. 36.
    • At 07:38 AM on 05 Jan 2007,
    • gordski wrote:

    - it's funny how things have changed over the years... when i first started out in 1987 you could be made to feel uncomfortable for being a new jack... for not being "established", or older, or having a deeper history in the rap game. Now it's a hindrance if you aren't YOUNG or BRAND NEW in this.
    All y'all new jacks need to get up on some history lessons. Jaguar Skills just put a ton of sweat into compiling this thing. Of course I could list a bunch of shit which should have made the cut and didn't, but I won't be hating on it like you NEW JACK haters !!!

    Promoting New Jack Awareness in '07


    ps. I played parts of the mix at a couple different club nights I DJ at and heads popped!!!!!! Mini dance party every 5 seconds...

  37. 37.
    • At 12:13 PM on 05 Jan 2007,
    • CuReal wrote:


  38. 38.
    • At 07:24 PM on 05 Jan 2007,
    • DANILLO wrote: gonna burn the mix to a cd i can play in the streets louder....
    peace out DJ jaguar... fantastic work

  39. 39.

    This mix is the DOPEST thing I've heard in a LONG time....good looking on the track listing. Thank you so much for sharing your love, passion and talent of hip-hop.

    One love:

  40. 40.

    Jag Skills :

    I understand the concept behind the mix, and you did a great job with track selection and so forth. Looking through the track list, I see a whole bunch of my favorite hip-hop tracks of all time. I can also dig why you would want to create such a mix, but I do feel that this kind of mix is the ultimate expression of the backwards looking nature of hip-hop tribalism.

    I know that we need to acknowledge the past in any art form.. it's just that hip-hop seems to be pretty stagnant in the 2ks in large part due to the underground DJs, graf writers and so forth focusing on old styles and the traditions of hip-hop. I keep hearing "paid in full" at hip hop clubs, but I never hear "travelling at the speed of thought" or anything from, say, Lord Finesse.

    My worry is that the tendency of DJs to try to please their audience by playing only familiar music leads to the further marginalization of music which was and is good, but never attained "classic" status. How will new tracks become classics if DJs are busy playing "paid in full"? In general I feel as if the mandate of a DJ is to mix the familiar with the new, to bring the noise to somewhere it hasn't been while educating the audience.

    As great as it is to be reminded of where hip-hop came from, making mixes out of only popular tracks which everyone has heard before does not seem to add much to "the game." I mean, it's basically taking every classics mix ever made and jamming them together. It's a bit faster and more tracks, but I'm not so convinced that the idea is particularly original. Evolutionary, not revolutionary.

    That said, I have recently been forcing myself to acknowledge to myself that it's FAR more important to be GOOD than ORIGINAL. I appreciate your restrained response to my somewhat ridiculous venting regarding my musical pet peeve. So big up yourself, ignore the random player haters on the internet. :)


  41. 41.
    • At 05:59 AM on 06 Jan 2007,
    • Villarm wrote:

    Dope as hell , mad respects for putting out some good music , personally im an under ground and old school cat , and i stoped enjoying it so much after those first couple of southern beats but still great complilation

  42. 42.

    My ninja mind is blown!

    Thanks again to everyone who's checked and downloaded the mix....

    And respect to Darwin for the's all love my ninjas....really.

    And thanks to Mistajam to played it's now been downloaded and played 100000 times plus, and got my ass on MTV News - so it's all good....

    Check out the next mix - coming soon - it's all my production and remixes....nothing like this mix - but entertaining all the same....keep it locked!


    Jaguar Skills

  43. 43.
    • At 08:25 PM on 06 Jan 2007,
    • demwai wrote:

    this is that sh*t!!! thx for the memories!!!

  44. 44.
    • At 12:20 AM on 07 Jan 2007,
    • seventyone wrote:

    oh my God !!!! says amsterdam
    its wicked

  45. 45.
    • At 01:27 AM on 07 Jan 2007,
    • minkymoo wrote:

    i will ask again seeing as though it keeps getting ignored.

    why is the tracklist not showing 800 tracks? theres over 170 missing.

  46. 46.
    • At 02:35 AM on 07 Jan 2007,
    • Jason wrote:

    Great mix you did there...Big UP

    I have a question...
    Is there also a version without the MC in the mix...not a diss to the MC...respect...


  47. 47.
    • At 06:17 AM on 08 Jan 2007,
    • rubyspirit wrote:

    Cool mix!

  48. 48.
    • At 05:31 PM on 08 Jan 2007,
    • alley al wrote:

    sorry i'm a geek, and i imported the tracklist into excel, and it counts @ ?618 tracks.
    i'm halfway thru, and there's several mistakes, repeats, omissions, etc..

    even if our super ninja dj jaguar cheated, it's stillan impressive list/job.

  49. 49.

    there's no shame in being a geek ally al...

    So who can solve the mystery of the incomplete tracklist?

  50. 50.
    • At 04:38 PM on 09 Jan 2007,
    • Mike P wrote:

    What was the first tune that was played on the takeover on Friday 5th January.

  51. 51.
    • At 10:23 PM on 09 Jan 2007,
    • nellie wrote:


    just listened to the mix, and I loved it, it took me back.

    but I want to say to all the people who think that HipHop is really dead, the they need to look further that what's on TV, there are still a lot of MCs who are really HIpHop, who're feeling this ish, Cuba, Brazil etc. Dig deeper!

    Tnx @ Jaguar

  52. 52.

    damn dawg this sh*t is sodamn good...much respect...n keep doin ur thing...Peace!!!

  53. 53.
    • At 09:36 PM on 11 Jan 2007,
    • willie wrote:

    Are you going to post the download for 1979-2006: A HipHop Odyssey again ?

  54. 54.

    I think the downloads are still available on DJ Jaguar Skills page....


  55. 55.

    Hell yeah!

  56. 56.
    • At 10:45 PM on 18 Jan 2007,
    • Dj Doobie wrote:

    man! this mix rocks!!

  57. 57.
    • At 11:18 AM on 19 Jan 2007,
    • mr jaes wrote:

    Excellent mix spoilt by the bigmouth who cant stop chattin rubbish over the top. I know the tracks, youve got a track listing for people who dont so why the running commentary?

    A moment in history spoilt. Can a version without the mc be put up for us to enjoy?

  58. 58.
    • At 11:28 PM on 20 Jan 2007,
    • Neil H wrote:

    This mix is stunning!!!

    Those tracks reminded me of back in the day right to the present day!

  59. 59.
    • At 01:43 AM on 22 Jan 2007,
    • Anonymous wrote:


  60. 60.
    • At 07:02 AM on 24 Jan 2007,
    • Goliano wrote:

    This is dope, chief. Thanks for not throwing any Betty Boo in there... or did you. LOL

  61. 61.
    • At 04:42 AM on 26 Jan 2007,
    • DJ Classic wrote:

    What a CLASSIC mix!!! DJ Jaguar Skills booaay you got mad skillz...
    1 small thing though, I enjoyed the show on 1xtra more than the one I downloaded from you know of a downloadable that doesn't have the DJs saying stuff in the background every 10 seconds??? Wish I could get my hands on that one!

  62. 62.
    • At 05:54 AM on 27 Jan 2007,
    • Chun-Li wrote:

    Looking for and gotta download the never released "Pull It" by DMX & Cam'ron from 1998. The song was never released because the sample wouldn't clear (or so I've heard). I've been feinding for this song! Somebody tell me where I can find it.

  63. 63.
    • At 06:06 AM on 27 Jan 2007,
    • Chun-Li wrote:

    Looking for and gotta download the never released "Pull It" by DMX & Cam'ron from 1998. The song was never released because the sample wouldn't clear (or so I've heard). I've been feinding for this song! Somebody tell me where I can find it.

  64. 64.
    • At 10:28 PM on 29 Jan 2007,
    • ThingAlec wrote:

    Great mix. Only problem is that it should be cut up into peices. Instead of one big mix. So when listening to it on a mp3 player or walkman i dont have to fast forward 30 minutes into it.

  65. 65.
    • At 05:59 PM on 28 Feb 2007,
    • Norman wrote:

    Bliming amazin'!

  66. 66.

    This is a crazy list a lot of work went in this, good looking out

  67. 67.
    • At 01:26 PM on 06 Apr 2007,
    • FranciscoB wrote:

    This is a pure historical retrospective, a real audiobook! It brings me sweet memories! I actually find the voiceover essential in this mix.

    One question:

    What's the name of the track just after De la Soul - Baby Phat and just before Redman's Let's Get Dirty on min 40:13?

    It's not on this tracklist. It's the one with a heavy orchestral break and whistling.

    I've listened to it many times but never got to ID it..

    Best regards from Portugal,


  68. 68.
    • At 04:27 PM on 13 Apr 2007,
    • Anonymous wrote:


  69. 69.

    1st i'd like to start by saying a simple 'RESPECT'. (Outstanding mixup. i don't care if it's edited, live or what.) It's Bangin'!

    2nd, i've read the comments and can't believe that some people would choose to moan instead of just give props. c'mon foks. don't be so picky.

    i bet there aint one of you that aint rocked this on yr stereo and bigged it up to your mates, (even sent them the link to DL.) I have and will continue to spread the 'Jaguar Skills Word'.

    whats past is past....

  70. 70.
    • At 07:48 AM on 13 Oct 2007,
    • James wrote:

    The track I think that wasn't identified was from the video game REZ for dreamcast/PS2. The track is called "Fear" and it's level 5's music

  71. 71.

    dope dope dope dope dope

    repping from all the way in jamaica
    good looking out for making a mix so dope
    you put the mix back into mixtape

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