8.13.2010

Blaxploitation ID... Police Force

I'm no expert on blaxploitation films or music, but I've heard this one before. I've heard so much that it's nearly impossible to keep track. It really has to be fresh in mind. This snippet was sampled by 2 different rappers. For one he made his own beat and the other he just rapped over someone else's (a mainstream rapper perhaps?). Even knowing that doesn't help.

The movie Police Force came out in 73 and the instrumental (whatever it is) came out in the early 2000's. I asked around and got no where. I know someone knows...


http://wwww.hrangue.com/hr/policeforceid.mp3




UPDATE

Ok so I had one of the songs in my RS folder. This one is from Sandman it's called "That's What Makes Him a Hustla." It's even a better example than police force and it's his own beat... not the mainstream sample.

Sandman - The Movement Part 1 (Dictatorship) 2001?



UPDATE 2

Okay here's the second one. 9 times out of 10 this beat was jacked for this mixtape meaning it could belong to WHATEVER mainstream rapper. This one is called "Love Me or Hate Me" by the Paper Chasers. I don't have this mixtape uploaded but it came out around 2001-2002. I remember grabbing the last copy.

9 comments:

Killa said...

Its reminds me of "its murda" wit dmx

Hrangue said...

Wow I haven't heard that since middle school. LMAO I actually have a Ja Rule CD single for Holla Holla laying aroung somewhere. At the time I really wanted that instrumental. Check out the updated track Killa see if it sounds more familiar now.

Killa said...

haha I had the holla single too cuz the album took forever to come out. Yeah Im not sure was it is but it kinda reminds me of the nature and nas shit, or the Puerto Rock and Camron Pour it on the rocks, If i come across it ill deff get at u

Fraykers Revenge said...

not 100% sure but might be from - Vladimir Cosma's - soundtrack to the film - "L'Affaire Crazy Capo" 1972

if not i know i have this somewhere

:-)

Hrangue said...

I just gave it a skim and there is some similarity, but it's not the one. I think when I finally do find it... it's gonna be like OOOHHHH how did I not know this one?

I'm also finding Shaw didn't use any CAM OSTs. But I do think you might have it. I'm not good with blax OSTs. I was thinking about asking the vinyl vultures, but I don't know.

Hrangue said...

I have found a couple of exceptions... CAM music in SB.

fran said...

Marvin Gaye - 'T' stands For Trouble from the Trouble Man soundtrack (1972)

Hrangue said...

Wow... I can't help but laugh. This is embarrassing. I think goes to show how impatient I can be at times. There are a few other tracks from this movie that come from Touble Man. After all this time, I still hadn't figured it out. I must've skipped those few seconds of that track... EVERYTIME. When I skim I usually jump to the middle.

Thanks for helping out.

Hrangue said...

Actually I'm not completely crazy... I just noticed I have 2 different copies of Trouble Man. One has the right sound for the track and the other... not sure what's goin on there but it doesn't match up. Thanks again.