A few Hip-Hop classics from a few people...

Entries in Roots Manuva (2)


Hip-Hop Classic #43: Roots Manuva - Witness The Fitness (Chosen by Funkagenda)

The latest Hip-Hop Classic choice is our second UK entry thus far and comes courtesy of the one and only Roots Manuva. 'Witness The Fitness' was the lead single from Manuva's sophmore album 'Run Come Save Me', which was released in 2001 on Big Dada Records - the revolutionary track was produced by Lord Gosh and reached #45 in the UK singles chart. This song is seen by most as one of the UK's biggest Hip-Hop classics, and I can't disagree - check it out after the jump, along with some words from Funkagenda.

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Hip-Hop Classic #34: DJ Skitz - Fingerprints of the Gods (Feat. Roots Manuva, Life, Si-Phillie & Skeleton) (Chosen by Ayah Marar)

All words by Ayah Marar: I have been a massive fan of Hip-Hop for more than 15 years now, and I was going through all the huge American classics and thinking how hard it was going to be to settle on one, so I decided to look closer to home.

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