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Billy Squier “The Big Beat” [Over Sampled]

Billy Squier “The Big Beat” [Over Sampled]


Billy Squier “The Big Beat” has been sampled in: Jay-Z – “99 Problems” Kanye West and Pusha T – “Looking for Trouble” Dizzee Rascal – “Fix Up, Look Sharp” Nas featuring Will.i. am – “Hip Hop is Dead” Puff Daddy – “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” A Tribe Called Quest – “We Can Get Down” Big Daddy Kane – “Put Your Weight On It,” “Get Down,” “Ain’t No Half Steppin,” “The Beef Is On” and “3 Forties and a Bottle of Moet” Ice Cube – “Jackin’ for Beats” Alicia Keys – “Girl on Fire” Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five – “Magic Carpet Ride” Run-D.M.C – “Here We Go”


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