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Album: The Bridge - Concept of a Culture (Bonus Track Version)

Artist: Grandmaster Flash

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 20

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Strut Records

Tracklist For The Bridge - Concept of a Culture (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Grandmaster Flash

Title Artist Time
Welcome Grandmaster Flash 1:01 USD 0.99
Shine All Day (feat. Q-Tip, Ke Grandmaster Flash 3:05 USD 0.99
We Speak Hip Hop (feat. Afasi, Grandmaster Flash 3:16 USD 0.99
Here Comes My DJ (feat. DJ Koo Grandmaster Flash 3:00 USD 0.99
Bounce Back (feat. Busta Rhyme Grandmaster Flash 2:38 USD 0.99
Swagger (feat. Red Café, Snoo Grandmaster Flash 3:33 USD 0.99
What If (feat. KRS One) Grandmaster Flash 4:06 USD 0.99
Unanswered Grandmaster Flash 0:27 USD 0.99
Tribute to the Breakdancer (fe Grandmaster Flash 3:20 USD 0.99
Grown & Sexy (feat. Mr. Cheeks Grandmaster Flash 3:17 USD 0.99
When I Get There (feat. Big Da Grandmaster Flash 3:47 USD 0.99
Connection Grandmaster Flash 0:12 USD 0.99
I Got Sumthin' to Say (feat. L Grandmaster Flash 3:22 USD 0.99
Can I Take You Higher (feat. M Grandmaster Flash 3:29 USD 0.99
Unpredictable (feat. Big Daddy Grandmaster Flash 3:37 USD 0.99
Those Chix (feat. Byata, Princ Grandmaster Flash 2:56 USD 0.99
Bronx Bombers (feat. Almighty Grandmaster Flash 3:50 USD 0.99
Zuka the Sound Grandmaster Flash 2:31 USD 0.99
Oh Man (feat. Syndee & Natacha Grandmaster Flash 4:35 USD 0.99
Shine All Day (Sam Webster Rem Grandmaster Flash 3:46 USD 0.99

Reviews For The Bridge - Concept of a Culture (Bonus Track Version) By Artist Grandmaster Flash


    By swaggajacka14
    Grandmaster Flash..true legend at work
  • One of the architects of hip hop, back to save it

    By nizzyTT
    All you Souljah Boi, Kanye West, Young Jeezy, Lil Wayne fans need to listen up. None of them will save hip hop. They're destroying it for profit. If you deny this, you are helping to destroy hip hop yourself. Flash created it. And with this album, he's made a great attempt at schooling all of you fools what its all about. Drop your Top 40 crap and check him out. He's bringing it back. If all these youngin's will give it a chance, that is. Learn a thing or two. Instead of your packaged song+and+dance crap that you're used to. Not to mention, Big Daddy Kane has a few tracks on here - and introduced the rhyme schemes everyone uses today. Check out "When I Get There". And learn some god damn respect.
  • this album is pretty popped out

    By Can't stop that rap
    this sounds like the radio
  • A Long Awaited Revival

    By amnelson29
    I've never taken the time to write a review in 4 years, but after listeing to the album I felt COMPELLED to. This is amazing. Every beat is so thought out and it seems like this album covers every relm of Hip Hop you can think of. Plus the roster of artists on here is crazy. BDK, KRS One, Mr. Cheeks, Q-Tip! You can't get any better. Love it. Best album complete album I've heard in 2 or 3 years

    By RuffNeck Ent.
  • Hip Hop at it's best

    By nevadaone
    Great Album... Period
  • Bow Down And Recognize!...

    By Richmoves
    This is a master at work here. Just listen to "We Speak Hip-Hop", man is it good, and go from there. The full kaleidescope of hip-hop sonics are represented here. "Sumthin to Say" rocks hard... "Swagger" is undeniable... "Shine All Day"... classic hip hop. Grandmaster Flash is in top form... damn! is he. To hear some of this stuff club loud would be trecherous! I guess I was wrong, hip-hop is not dead. Not here anyway. Grade A+ stuff.
  • Old School in New Swagger

    By 5henom 5ive
    Now this is what you call real hip-hop! Hip-Hop brung back from classic pioneers such as Grandmaster Flash that have been around for generations only to return and give hip-hop a new flavor. So glad that he came back to give us more excellent music!
  • Hip Hop in all it's intended forms

    By Yonicman
    Crafted by the old master himself, Grandmaster Flash, this album is a tribute to everything that has ever gone well for hip hop.
  • wow....

    By irishfan0920
    his beat is the same in every song i could bare to listen to

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