October Delivery Closes In

Day(s)

:

Hour(s)

:

Minute(s)

:

Second(s)

Madd Skillz from Lords of the Underground
Sample Sunday 028

When I was 12/13, Lords of the Underground and Wu-Tang Clan was all I had on my iPod. “Here Come the Lords” were my Summer soundtrack whilst I was soaking up the sun in Tenerife.

Find the Sample Sunday Playlist on

Tracks

  • Funky Child - Lords of the Underground
  • Lord Jazz Hit Me One Time (Make It Funky) - Lords of the Underground
  • Chief Rocka - Lords of the Underground
  • Madd Skillz - Lords of the Underground
  • Flow On - Lords of the Underground

Samples

  • Smile, Stacey - Stanley Turrentine
  • Peace Go With You, Brother - Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
  • Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat & Tears
  • Amen - John Coltrane
  • Float On - The Floaters
  • My Thang - James Brown

Samples

  • Smile, Stacey - Stanley Turrentine
  • Peace Go With You, Brother - Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
  • Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat & Tears
  • Amen - John Coltrane
  • Float On - The Floaters
  • My Thang - James Brown

Subscribe to Jordan’s YouTube for more

Recent Sample Sundays Episodes
Let’s Talk About Black Milk

Let’s Talk About Black Milk

Black Milk, not to be confused with the Milkshake and Dessert Bar or the Clothing brand of the same name, is a Detroit-based Hip Hop producer and rapper. I first discovered the 36 year old when I heard his album "Sound of the City" around 2010. I later realised he was...

read more
3 Feet High & Rising De La Soul Samples

3 Feet High & Rising De La Soul Samples

De La Soul is the main reason I got into Hip Hop, and certainly my first step. De La Soul’s Three Feet High & Rising was the soundtrack to my childhood, specifically between the ages of 3 (as far back as I can remember) and 6. In 2019 and 2020 De La Soul have been...

read more
Simon Says GET THE F*** UP

Simon Says GET THE F*** UP

Pharoahe Monch is easily one of my top five favourite emcee’s. His use of Soul music, mixed with witty, intricate and often dark lyrics make his music an easy go-to any time I’m stuck for ideas. His album “W.A.R.” is by far one of the greatest Hip Hop albums ever...

read more
Love J Dilla [Dilla Month!]

Love J Dilla [Dilla Month!]

Dilla is, hands down, the greatest artist for me. Since discovering him at the age of ~15, I’ve never gone a week without listening to at least one record featuring or produced Jay Dee. Whenever I’m bored of music, I always switch back to listening to some Dilla. The...

read more