Wild Style largely went unseen upon it's 1983 release, but it's soundtrack became one of the key records of early-'80s hip-hop, providing rappers with a treasure trove of beats and rhymes. None of the cuts on Wild Style became crossover hits, but the songs became underground staples, inspiring new rappers and offering rhythms that were sampled over the years. Although much of this music now sounds dated, the rhymes and rhythms remain exciting, illustrating why Wild Style was one of the cornerstones of underground hip-hop in the '80s.
Grand Master Caz and Chris Stein - Wild Style Theme Rap 1
The Chief Rocker Busy Bee V.S. Lil Rodney Cee with D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore - M.C. Battle
Cold Crush Bros., the V.S. the Fantastic Freaks - Basketball Throwdown
Kevie Kev (Waterbed Kev), Master Rob, Prince Whipper Whip, M.C., Rubie Dee, Dota Rock, D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore, D.J. Kevie Kev Rockwell - Fantastic Freaks at the Dixie
Grand Wizard Theodore and D.J. Kevie Kev Rockwell - Military Cut-Scratch Mix
Grand Master Caz, JDL, Easy Ad, KG, and D.J. Charlie Chase, D.J. Toney Tone - Cold Crush Bros. at the Dixie
Double Trouble, Rodney Cee, K. K. Rockwell - Stoop Rap
Rodney Cee, K. K. Rockwell, D.J. Stevie Steve - Double Trouble at the Amphitheatre
Grand Master Caz and Chris Stein - Wild Style Subway Rap 2
The Chief Rocker Busy Bee, DJ Aj - the Chief Rocker Busy Bee, D.J. Aj at the Amphitheatre
D.J. Grand Wizard Theodore and Kevie Kev Rockwell - Gangbusters Scratch Mix
Rammellzee and Shock Dell with the Grand Mixer DST - Rammellzee and Shock Dell at the Amphitheatre
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