1. Oddisee's 10 Favorite Sample Flips.

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    1. Common - "Invocation" (Relativity, 1997)

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    SAMPLE SOURCE: Jimmy Ponder - "Jennifer" (Impulse, 1976) Discount Oakley Sunglasses

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    2. Gang Starr - "Mass Appeal" (Chrysalis, 1994)

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    Cheap Oakleys Oddisee: I love that sample as it taught me to train my ear, and to listen to records that don't necessarily reveal themselves so easily or in the beginning of the song. Love how Premier found that sample in the middle of the song, as it's so short and fast, and flipped it into a hip-hop classic.

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    3. Missy Elliott ft. Da Brat - "Sock It 2 Me" (Elektra, 1997)

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    SAMPLE SOURCE: The Delfonics - "Ready or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide From Love) (Philly Groove, 1968)

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    Oddisee: The way Timbaland programmed that Delfonics sample shows [the flexibility of] hip-hop [in relation to] other genres of music. How a soul record could be flipped into something more syncopated opened up my perspective on how hip-hop could take music out of a genre [it was] created [from] and make it into something else.

    4. Jay-Z ft. Memphis Bleek - "Can I Live II" (Roc-A-Fella, 1999)

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    5. De La Soul - "Stakes Is High" (Tommy Boy, 1996)

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    SAMPLE SOURCE: Ahmad Jamal - "Swahililand" (20th Century, 1974)

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    Oddisee: I wasn't really a "looper" when I first started. I was into chopping samples into small pieces, as I didn't have a huge record collection at my disposal. But that "Stakes is High" sample really made me appreciate looping and capturing those moments as a whole. Oakley Sunglasses Cheap

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    6. Dr. Dre ft. Hittman, Kurupt, Nate Dogg & Six-Two - "Xxplosive" (Aftermath, 1999)

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    Oddisee: [Hearing this is] when I first started understanding on how to replay samples and incorporate live musicians. It's something I do all the time now with my productions. Knockoff Oakleys

    7. J-88 (a/k/a Slum Village) - "The Look of Love Pt. 1" (Groove Attack, 2000)

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    Oddisee: ["The Look of Love"] is one of my favorite songs to sample. Every time I hear it, I instantly like it. And Dilla's flip is my favorite usage of that [song].

    8. Jay-Z - "A Million and One Questions" (Roc-A-Fella, 1997)

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    9. Busta Rhymes - "Everybody Rise" (Elektra, 1998)

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    Oddisee: Replica Oakleys Yet another sample that I wish I would have found first. It just has so much energy in the sample and the track, and it's one my favorites. It's epic.

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    10. Kanye West - "Late" (Roc-A-Fella, 2005)

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    • http://twitter.com/rekstizzy rek

      Great list. That Busta Rhymes...

    • PAS

      Surprisingly bland choices from such an accomplished producer as Oddisee is.

    • MILO

      yo PAS surprisingly unimaginative comment for a dude as... wait, who you?

    • oskamadison

      Good list. That Latimore joint cracked my head. Premo always jacks the most random parts of joints and make bangers. Can't believe what Nottz did with that Controllers joint too. Always thought the sample was originally uptempo for some reason. I'm still waitin' on yall to get Pete Rock and Premo up there for their 10 flips.