10 Great Rap Songs Ruined by Hip-Hop Nerds

Jay-Z f/ Foxy Brown "Ain't No Nigga" (1996)

Album: Reasonable Doubt
Producer: Big Jaz
Label: Roc-A-Fella Records

We get it. We really do. It's a dope song. It's historically signficant. It's Jay-Z's first radio hit, the B-side to the "Dead Presidents" 12-inch featuring young Foxy Brown. It's built on a classic breakbeat, "Seven Minutes of Funk" by The Whole Darn Family. The same break used by EPMD on their first record, "It's My Thing." And when it comes on in the club you want to tell everybody all about it. Stop.

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