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BIG D O
12-27-2009, 02:49 AM
Nas on Main Source's Breaking Atoms LP...

Pun on Joe's Jealous One's Envy

AZ on Nas' Illmatic

Kurious on Powerule's Volume 1

Large Professor on Kool G Rap and DJ Polo's Wanted: Dead Or Alive

Big L on Showbiz & A.G.'s Runaway Slave

Noreaga on Royal Flush's Ghetto Millionaire

Tragedy Khadafi on Marley Marl's In Control Vol.1

2Pac on Digital Underground's This Is An E.P. Release

The Notorious B.I.G. on Heavy D And The Boyz' Blue Funk

De La Soul on Queen Latifah's All Hail The Queen

Keith Murray on Erick Sermon's No Pressure

Redman on EPMD's Business As Usual

Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth on Basic Black's Basic Black

Kurupt on The SOS Band's One Of Many Nights

Mos Def on Urban Thermo Dynamics' Manifest Destiny

Busta Rhymes on The Leaders Of The New School's A Future Without A Past

Cormega on Hot Day AKA Dante's It's My Turn

Murs on Log Cabin's L.A. Experimental

Dr. Dre on The World Class Wrecking Cru's World Class

claaa7
12-27-2009, 06:37 AM
Big L's first apperance was on a Lord Finesse B-side, good thread tho

Frank Sobotka
12-27-2009, 07:50 AM
This is with every rapper

ICe Cube on CIA, Xzibit on some King Tee Album.
Snoop on the chronic
DPG on Chronic/Doggystyle

claaa7
12-27-2009, 08:08 AM
Killah Priest on GZA's "Liquid Swords"

Shabazz on Gravediggaz "Niggamortis"

Master Ace on Marley Marl's "In Control"

Havoc on Tragedy's "Saga of a Hoodlum"

AG on Lord Finesse's "Funky Technician"

Jeru The Damaja on Gang Starr's "Daily Operation"

Lil' Dap on Gang Starr's "Daily Operation"

Cam'ron on Big L's "Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous"

OC on Organized Konfusion's "O.K."

...to name a few more

fatboybrandon
12-27-2009, 10:10 AM
It's true, many notable MCs guested on an already established artists album. I guess what separates true greats from sidekicks or people who you may forget later is their ability to grow and find their own musical identity. Another discussion is who people think is the greatest MC ever to guest appear with another great out of all these ones you guys mentioned.


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Speaking on Pun appearing on Fat Joe's early work, anyone heard Fat Joe rhyming on Ultimate Force's debut album? It's funny to hear him so young rhyming like he's in high school without a care in the world, after listening to him as a gangsta from the Bronx so many years. He was on 1 or 2 songs.

Shortie No Mas was a favorite of mine, guest appearing with the great De La Soul on Buhloone Mind State, I'm waiting for her to drop some new music. She's a cute light-skinned girl with a nice voice. Seems like too many female MCs get caught up in regular life too easy and don't carry on with their rap career. www.myspace.com/shortienomas

cap
12-27-2009, 10:27 AM
wasnt dre a part of the world class wreckin cru though, rather than just featuring?

Frank Sobotka
12-27-2009, 11:16 AM
wasnt dre a part of the world class wreckin cru though, rather than just featuring?Yup.

THE MASON
12-27-2009, 12:22 PM
wasnt dre a part of the world class wreckin cru though, rather than just featuring?

ye same with Mos Def, i think he was part of that group Urban Thermo Dynamics(?)

djskillz
12-27-2009, 12:57 PM
It's true, many notable MCs guested on an already established artists album. I guess what separates true greats from sidekicks or people who you may forget later is their ability to grow and find their own musical identity. Another discussion is who people think is the greatest MC ever to guest appear with another great out of all these ones you guys mentioned.


http://www.dustygroove.com/images/products/u/ultimatefor_imnotplay_102b.jpg

Speaking on Pun appearing on Fat Joe's early work, anyone heard Fat Joe rhyming on Ultimate Force's debut album? It's funny to hear him so young rhyming like he's in high school without a care in the world, after listening to him as a gangsta from the Bronx so many years. He was on 1 or 2 songs.

Shortie No Mas was a favorite of mine, guest appearing with the great De La Soul on Buhloone Mind State, I'm waiting for her to drop some new music. She's a cute light-skinned girl with a nice voice. Seems like too many female MCs get caught up in regular life too easy and don't carry on with their rap career. www.myspace.com/shortienomas

Dude on the left looks kinda like Plies lol and the one on the right looks like Chuck D.

Afficial_Nastee
12-27-2009, 03:39 PM
Slim Shady on Kid Rock's album Devil Without a Cause....
Royce Da 59 on The Slim Shady LP

Frank Sobotka
12-27-2009, 04:29 PM
Crooked I:
Still hasn't dropped an album....

spiggity_ace
12-27-2009, 04:38 PM
Killah Priest on GZA's "Liquid Swords"

Shabazz on Gravediggaz "Niggamortis"

Master Ace on Marley Marl's "In Control"

Havoc on Tragedy's "Saga of a Hoodlum"

AG on Lord Finesse's "Funky Technician"

Jeru The Damaja on Gang Starr's "Daily Operation"

Lil' Dap on Gang Starr's "Daily Operation"

Cam'ron on Big L's "Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous"

OC on Organized Konfusion's "O.K."

...to name a few more

priest was on return to the 36 chamebrs and niggamortis before liquid swords