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Def Jam 25th Anniversary Box Set Giveaway | CONTEST OVER

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On Tuesday (10/6), Def Jam will be releasing a 5-Disc set containing 60 tracks that celebrate some of their biggest hits and classic songs. We happen to have one of these, with a Collector’s Edition T-Shirt from Adidas, to give away:

The first person to e-mail nah.right.contests [at] gmail [dot] com with “Def Jam 25” in the subject line with the correct answer to the question below wins, simple as that. U.S. Residents only.

Question: Where exactly was Def Jam founded? (not the city)

UPDATE: Contest over. Thank you for participating.

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Hit the jump for the 60 song track list of the 5 disc set.

Here’s the track list:
CD One, 1984-1989 – Selections: 1. “I Need a Beat” – LL Cool J (1984) * 2. “It’s the Beat” – The Hollis Crew (1985) * 3. “Paul Revere” – Beastie Boys (1986) * 4. “The Rain” – Oran “Juice” Jones (1986) * 5. “Sardines” – The Junkyard Band (1986) * 6. “Brass Monkey” – Beastie Boys (1987) * 7. “It’s Yours” – T. LaRock and Jazzy Jay (1984) * 8. “I Need Love” – LL Cool J(1987) * 9. “Children’s Story” – Slick Rick (1989) * 10. “The Gas Face” – 3rd Bass (1989) * 11. “Fight the Power” – Public Enemy (1989).

CD Two, 1990-1994 – Selections: 1. “Mama Said Knock You Out” – LL Cool J (1991) * 2. “Golddigger” – EPMD (1990) * 3. “Pop Goes the Weasel”- 3rd Bass (1991) * 4. “Daddy’s Little Girl” – Nikki D (1991) * 5. “Room to Breathe” – Downtown Science (1991) * 6. “Time 4 Sum Aksion” – Redman (1992) * 7. “Slam” – Onyx (1993) * 8. “Deeper” – Boss (1993) * 9.  “Getto Jam” – Domino (1993) * 10. “Bring the Pain” – Method Man (1994) * 11. “Hip Hop Junkies” – Nice & Smooth (1991) * 12. “Regulate” – Warren G (1994).

CD Three, 1995-2000 – Selections: 1. “This is How We Do It” – Montell Jordan (1995) * 2. “Stand Up” – Ludacris (1999) * 3. “Holla Holla” – Ja Rule (1999) * 4. “Touch Me, Tease Me” – Case (1996) * 5. “I’ll Be There For You/You’re All I Need To Get By (Puff Daddy Mixx)” – Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige (1995) * 6. “Get Me Home” – Foxy (1997) * 7. “Hard Knock Life (Ghetto Anthem)” – Jay-Z (1998) * 8. “Get At Me Dog” – DMX featuring Sheek Louch (1998) * 9. “Doin’ It” – LL Cool J (1996) * 10. “Da Rockwilder” – Method Man & Redman(2000) * 11. “Party Up (Up In Here)” – DMX (1999) * 12. “Tell ‘em” – Erick Sermon featuring Keith Murray and Rosalyn (1995).

CD Four, 2000-2004 – Selections: 1. “99 Problems” – Jay-Z (2004) * 2. “Thong Song” – Sisqo (2000) * 3. “Just Friends (Sunny)” – Musiq Soulchild (2000) * 4. “Put It On Me” – Ja Rule featuring Vita (2001) * 5. “Is That Your Chick (The Lost Verses)” – Memphis Bleek (2000) * 6. “Izzo (H.O.V.A.)” – Jay-Z (2001) * 7. “The Truth” – Beanie Sigel (2000) * 8. “Oh Boy” –Cam’ron featuring Juelz Santana (2002) * 9. “Guess Who’s Back” – Scarface featuring Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel (2002) * 10. “What We Do” – Freeway featuring Jay-Z and Beanie Sigel (2003) * 11. “Southern Hospitality” – Ludacris featuring Pharrell Williams (2000) * 12. “Jesus Walks” – Kanye West (2004).

CD Five, 2005-2008 – Selections: 1. “Gold Digger” – Kanye West (2005) * 2. “And Then What” – Young Jeezy featuring Mannie Fresh (2005) * 3. “There It Go (Whistle Song)” – Juelz Santana (2005) * 4. “Hustlin’” – Rick Ross (2006) * 5. “Back Like That” – Ghostface featuring Ne-Yo (2006) * 6. “So Sick” – Ne-Yo (2006) * 7. “Hip-Hop is Dead” – Nas (2006) * 8. “Don’t Feel Right” – The Roots (2006) * 9. “Umbrella” – Rihanna featuring Jay-Z (2007) * 10. “Make Me Better” – Fabolous featuring Ne-Yo (2007) * 11. “Shawty Is A Ten” – The- Dream featuring Fabolous (2007) * 12. “Put On” – Young Jeezy (2008).


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43 Responses to “Def Jam 25th Anniversary Box Set Giveaway | CONTEST OVER”

  1. PlugIndustries Says:

    rakim > BIG

  2. PlugIndustries Says:

    its too much going on up there

  3. - keka - Says:

    only one epmd joint? they held it down for a long ass time!! :)

  4. Beezy Says:

    Rick Ruben’s momma crib

  5. - keka - Says:

    didnt know Oran “Juice” Jones was a def jam relese? wow.

  6. b-ease Says:

    as for the lauren vs alicia

    alicia>>>>>>

    ^^
    you’re just comparing their performances on those respective songs right? Cause if not, you’re speaking crazy talk.

  7. Ghost Writer Says:

    Question: Where exactly was Def Jam founded? (not the city)

    ^
    Def Jam…..Jamaica

  8. Ghost Writer Says:

    Did I win?

  9. b-ease Says:

    PlugIndustries Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 1:20 pm
    rakim > BIG

    ^^
    No suh.

  10. FinMan Says:

    sisqo GTFO

  11. G7 Says:

    Xfacta’s gonna love all that late early’s, 90’s stuff on the first two discs

  12. G7 Says:

    no cuts from Lady Sov?? or Lady Luck? lol

  13. Beezy Says:

    eslay graduated high school before Def Jam was founded

  14. cOLD Says:

    into the winter get cold en vogue with your skin out

  15. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    damn

  16. b-ease Says:

    Oran “Juice” Jones

    ^^
    Walking in the Rain. Funniest song ever. Hands down.

  17. G7 Says:

    eslay?

  18. Ghost Writer Says:

    damn wasn’t funny

  19. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    thas crazy.

    my dudes and I were havin a similiar debate about hero last night. Along w/how verbal intercourse 2 wouldv’e been a good look.

    we also agreed that nas wouldn’t have sounded right on ESOM.

    Hero goes hardbody tho.

  20. - keka - Says:

    that early 90’s stuff is the best stuff on that disk.. ha.

  21. Joe 88 Says:

    Hero was dope on the nigger tape with the lo-fi mix and Greens cuts. But the album version was a complete misfire.

    ^I thought I was the only one that felt this way (n) The nigger tape was monumental imo. I swear i’ll never forget the feeling I had when I fisrt heard “esco let’s go” like I never felt that feeling before listening to music (n) it felt like the nigga was walking next to me, just speaking to me over a ill ass beat, my hands was shaking, I felt my legs wobble, shit was crazy son

    That thrid verse is mind blowing.

  22. b-ease Says:

    Lmao @ Lady Luck. I remember the Source followed het to her prom and that fat duke actually looked kinda smashable.

  23. - keka - Says:

    “Joe 88 Says:

    ^I thought I was the only one that felt this way (n) The nigger tape was monumental imo. I swear i’ll never forget the feeling I had when I fisrt heard “esco let’s go” like I never felt that feeling before listening to music (n) it felt like the nigga was walking next to me, just speaking to me over a ill ass beat, my hands was shaking, I felt my legs wobble, shit was crazy son”

    – i liked it too but, damn.
    (maybe i got to go give it a listen again. ha.)

  24. Joe 88 Says:

    You staring at the face of my watch, is like a crystal ball
    with thee ability to make the issue stall
    I told my man duck, cause I know where the missle falls

    C’mon son, who’s spitting like this?

    NaS > Mr Wallace

  25. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    1.Def Jam
    2.Loud
    3.Bad Boy
    4.Cold Chillin
    5.Roc A Fella
    6.Rawkus
    7.Ruff Ryder Ent
    8.No Limit
    9.Ruthless Records
    10.Duckdown

  26. Ghost Writer Says:

    Joe 88 Says:

    October 2nd, 2009 at 1:27 pm
    Hero was dope on the nigger tape with the lo-fi mix and Greens cuts. But the album version was a complete misfire.

    ^I thought I was the only one that felt this way (n) The nigger tape was monumental imo. I swear i’ll never forget the feeling I had when I fisrt heard “esco let’s go” like I never felt that feeling before listening to music (n) it felt like the nigga was walking next to me, just speaking to me over a ill ass beat, my hands was shaking, I felt my legs wobble, shit was crazy son

    That thrid verse is mind blowing.

    ^
    LOL @ the thought of Joe stopping the middle of the street with his ipod headphones and the blankest expression ever

  27. Ghost Writer Says:

    No queer

  28. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    edit

    10.Death Row

  29. Joe 88 Says:

    Real Talk, LL could’ve been on all 5 of these cd’s.

  30. Sham aka The Computer Puter! Says:

    wtf i leave for 10 minutes and niggas is havin giveaways and shit. NYU i believe, easy answer

  31. Beezy Says:

    who the fuck would buy this box set btw

  32. Ghost Writer Says:

    NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    October 2nd, 2009 at 1:30 pm
    1.Def Jam
    2.Loud
    3.Bad Boy
    4.Cold Chillin
    5.Roc A Fella
    6.Rawkus
    7.Ruff Ryder Ent
    8.No Limit
    9.Ruthless Records
    10.Duckdown

    ^
    Shady/aftermath?
    G-unit?
    Death Row?

  33. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up Like Adobo/Sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    Pac sucks.

    Peace.

  34. Hood Trill Stunting aka Trap Day Man Says:

    my hands was shaking, I felt my legs wobble, shit

    ^
    ayizzo @ nas makin you weak in da knees.

  35. Ghost Writer Says:

    D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up Like Adobo/Sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    October 2nd, 2009 at 1:33 pm
    Pac sucks.

    Peace.

    ^
    ayo

  36. E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:

    how can all Ruff Ryders and No Limit be ahead of Death Row on that list

  37. PlugIndustries Says:

    why wouldnt rakim be better than big. he fathered hip hop as we see it today, his beats were just as good maybe better, he has 3 classics in a row.

    rakim > BIG

    Krs one > BIG

  38. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    Shady/aftermath?
    G-unit?
    ^^^^^^^
    they have ZERO prestige…Em and Dr.Dre label sound epic but albums never get released…i dont think i can think of 10 shady records albums released not by Eminem…same with Aftermath…..gunit? c’mon son (||)

    09 Young Money = ’05 Gunit

  39. NovemberEnd aka What Do You Mean Teenager What Age Are We Talking About Says:

    # E AKA THE REAL NORIEAGA Says:
    October 2nd, 2009 at 1:36 pm

    how can all Ruff Ryders and No Limit be ahead of Death Row on that list
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    movement No Limit sold 100 million records….shit was crazy….how you think master p can build his own tv network…

  40. Cinsere Says:

    Wow… you don’t realize how many classic songs came out of Def Jam til you see it on paper.

    And smh @ Ludacris “Stand Up” being dated 1999… BEFORE “Southern Hospitality” lol

  41. Shyt break(aka) let1loose Says:

    Def jam was founded in the college dorm room of
    Rick Rubin, 1st record was t la rocks it’s yours.

  42. JD Says:

    Wow, look at the demise of Def Jam as chronicled in this boxset. Also, EPMD and PE held Def Jam down for a LONG time, give them more spots on here.

  43. de la Says:

    look at how jay got ultra famous during a time the competition was sisqo and musiq soulchild

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