Matrix, Runout (Runout side B, etched): HI-RYZE 001B M̶P̶O̶. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat. Ride The Rhythm Ep (12", EP, W/Lbl, Sta).
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Hy-Ryze - Ride The Rhythm Ep FLAC version. 1823 downloads at 17 mb/s. Hy-Ryze - Ride The Rhythm Ep MP3 version. 1387 downloads at 13 mb/s. Stamped On Label: HY - RYZE 'Ride The Rhythm' EP. Runout etchings :- A side BRAINK 007 A1, The Future Will Survive (C) 1998, MT. B side BRAINT 007 B1, Murf You Dodger Where's Our Records !!?, MT. Other versions.
Ride the Rhythm is the only album released on Wild Pitch Records by hip hop artist Chill Rob G. It contains four popular singles that are still regarded as classic hip hop by many, such as; "Let Me Show You", "Court Is Now in Session", "Let the Words Flow", and "The Power". In 1998, the album was selected as one of The Source's 100 Best Rap Albums. Court Is Now in Session. The Jam" by Graham Central Station. Soul Power '74" by Maceo & the Macks.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Ride the Rhythm (1989). Album by Chill Rob G. Let the Words Flow. was sampled in. The Power by Snap!
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Rhythm Ride EP - Workin Rhythm, Blanko Ride and 4 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Rhythm Ride EP. From: Franksen. Count: 4. Views: 3. Rhythm Ride EP tracks.
Ride the Rhythm doesn't look like other rap records from the early '90s - in fact it looks sort of like a techno-pop record. The title rides along in a heavily stylized font across the bottom while in the foreground an image of a city-steppin' Chill Rob G presides as cool as his name, which hangs above riddled with bullet holes; meanwhile, in the background an op-art pattern dominates to the right of Chill, while cops and street-prestige symbols of cars and women compete. The dichotomy is puzzling but understandable . Even though the song would sound perfectly normal on one of Snap!'s albums, here it nearly derails an otherwise solid album. The other songs represent classic early-'90s chopped-funk production, courtesy of Flavor Unit producer the 45 King.
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|Braink 07||Hi-Ryze||Hi-Ryze EP (12", EP, W/Lbl)||Brainiak Records||Braink 07||UK||1990|
|HI-RYZE 001||Hi Ryze*||Ride The Rhythm EP (12", EP, Ltd, RE, RM, RP, Cle)||Hi-Ryze||HI-RYZE 001||UK||2018|
|HI-RYZE 001||Hi Ryze*||Ride The Rhythm EP (12", EP, Ltd, RE, RM)||Hi-Ryze||HI-RYZE 001||UK||2017|