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Can You Guess Better Than She Can?
Sample Sunday 004

Week 4 of Sample Sunday sees Rhian guess what came from songs by Marvin Gaye, Deodato, The Main Ingredient, Cal Tjader and Burning Spear.

All of the tracks come from "JB's Sample Sundays" playlist available on Apple Music and Spotify which is updated every Sunday.

The idea of this series of videos is to help promote my playlist in a fun and unique way. The first song on the playlist would typically be a sample, a song that was used in another song. For example, Lauryn Hill's "Ex-Factor", which would then be followed by Drake's "Nice For What". Rhian has to guess the song following - which she does quite well.

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Tracks

  • Youthful Expression - A Tribe Called Quest
  • You Don't Know My Name - Alicia Keys
  • Nasty Girl (feat. Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge and Avery Storm) - The Notorious B.I.G.
  • Full Clip - Gang Starr
  • Do It Now - Mos Def

Samples

  • Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) - Marvin Gaye
  • Inner City Blues - Rueben Wilson
  • Let Me Prove My Love to You - The Main Ingredient
  • Skatin' - Deodato
  • Walk On By - Cal Tjader
  • Marcus Garvey - Burning Spear

Samples

  • Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) - Marvin Gaye
  • Inner City Blues - Rueben Wilson
  • Let Me Prove My Love to You - The Main Ingredient
  • Skatin' - Deodato
  • Walk On By - Cal Tjader
  • Marcus Garvey - Burning Spear

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