So newly I heard 'There are 6 million ways to die' in Mos Def - math (around 2:35).

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It's a lot used sentence in music, my very first confrontation come from Sukh Knight's increase in exhilaration (good ol' dubstep), however I think this sample originates indigenous Cutty ranks - A who Seh Ne Dun. Snoop Dogg uses this sample on Serial Killa as well. And apparently disturbance made a hard/terrorcore song with the same wisdom (not mine genre, tho).

It's remarkable every one of these songs to be released in the nineties, is this coincidence?

So my inquiry is, i m sorry band/group/author is the initiator the the 'Six Million methods To Die'?

Feel free to share your very own 'Six Million ways to Die' samples.


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The last bit of Takyon by death Grips (around 3:22) has actually this sample together well. Ns didnt understand it to be common, to be honest!

https://youtu.be/Htl3XWUhUOM


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Yes, I've confirm WhoSampled together well. Ns was hoping to get some referrals in culture or literature.

See more: During The Nineteenth Century, ________ Was America’S Dominant Institution Of Government.


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