You'd be surprised how little of the songs today aren't originals. When you count the big artists of today's samples the numbers are gross: Lady Gaga 30, Chris Brown 60, Kanye West 254, and Lil Wayne has sampled 380 songs. The why is obvious: It's cheap and the kids of today won't know a beat from a song that was popular 20 years ago. Are DJ's running out of beats?? Here are some songs that you would have never guessed were taken. See where Mac Miller, Daft Punk, Lil Wayne and more get their beats, and who even sampled Yoko Ono after the Jump!
Jay-Z & Alicia Key's sample of from 'The Moments - Love on a Two Way Street' from 1968.
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Yeah, the song that has 28 Million views, got praise from a presidential candidate, and is perhaps Mac's most famous song, DONALD TRUMP was NO original. That's right, props to Sufjan.
Mac Miller's sample of 'Vesuvius - Sufjan'
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Here's a song that's not only been sampled by Lil' Wayne, but this one also appears in Derulo's "Dont Wanna Go Home".
Lil Wayne and Cory Gunz' sample of 'Day-O (Banana Boat Song) - Harry Belafonte' from 1956.
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Yeah, Biggie's done it too.
Notorious B.I.G.'s sample of 'Between the Sheets - Isley Brothers' from 1983
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And who would have thought Young Khalifa would sample Yoko Ono. This guy is creative. The glasses look nerdy though.
Wiz Khalifa's samples of 'Beautiful Boys - Yoko Ono' from 1980
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Daft Punk's sample of 'More Spell on You - Eddie Johns' from 1979
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Dre. Dre & Snoop Dogg's sample of 'The Edge - David McCallum' from 1967
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Hope you enjoyed, and I'd be down to make a second series if you guys are interested..