LL Cool J - Rock The Bells flac album
Title: Rock The Bells
MP3 album: 1594 mb
FLAC album: 1555 mb
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Genre: RAP / Hip-hop
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Rock the Bells was an annual hip-hop festival that originally took place in Southern California only, but has since toured throughout the world. The concert featured a line-up of high-profile alternative hip-hop artists, often headlined by a more mainstream artist. The first festival was held in 2004, featuring a re-united Wu-Tang Clan, who performed four months before Ol' Dirty Bastard's death. That festival is covered in depth by a documentary film also called Rock the Bells.
LL Cool J, who cut his teeth on genre-defining battle raps, has set his sights on the dormant Rock the Bells music festival with a nt lawsuit filed on Tuesday. In a complaint obtained by Rolling Stone, the rapper alleges that Guerilla Union, In. which produces the annual event (last held in 2013), used the phrase Rock the Bells – the title of LL’s 1985 hit – without his permission . Smith released the funky Rock the Bells with its heavy metal guitar stabs courtesy of Rick Rubin on his 1985 album Radio; he was 17 at the time. When it was released as a single, it made it to Number 17 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
by. Radio. Producer: Rick Rubin. Main genre: Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B. Tags: Classic Hip-Hop, Golden Age Hip-Hop, Old School Hip-Hop, Sampled in More Than 100 Songs, Album Version, Rap.
Hip Hop icon LL Cool J scored a substantial legal victory against concert promoter Guerilla Union, the minds behind the Rock The Bells concert series. The Hip Hop icon sued the concert promoter for stealing the name of his 1985 song Rock The Bells. The promoter is also barred from using the name or any other similar trademarks again. LL and his legal team claimed Guerilla Union first filed for the trademark of the name in 2004 without his permission.
In November, LL Cool J filed a lawsuit against the promoters behind the hip-hop music festival Rock the Bells-which bears the same name as LL’s 1985 hit single from his LP Radio. Now, LL has won the lawsuit, Billboard reports and legal documents viewed by Pitchfork confirm. The initial suit alleged that in 2004, concert promoter Guerilla Union and its founder Chang Weisberg filed to trademark the title Rock the Bells, which they used for its web domain and social media channels in addition to the festival itself
Rock The Bells (Original). This song is by LL Cool J. Rumor has it that you're tired of my scratchin' and drumsAnd of couse I wanna expand to the maximumSo I inject in one more element to that of .
|A||Rock The Bells (Original Version)||7:11|
|B||Rock The Bells (Radio Version)||4:00|
|44-05349||L.L. Cool J*||Rock The Bells (12")||Def Jam Recordings||44-05349||US||1985|
|12CXP-05349||LL Cool J||Rock The Bells (12")||Columbia, Def Jam Recordings||12CXP-05349||Canada||1985|
|44-05349||L.L. Cool J*||Rock The Bells (12", Unofficial)||Def Jam Recordings||44-05349||US||Unknown|
|38-05840||L.L. Cool J*||Rock The Bells (7", Promo, Styrene)||Def Jam Recordings||38-05840||US||1985|
|A 7003||LL Cool J||Rock The Bells / El Shabazz (7", Single)||Def Jam Recordings||A 7003||UK||1985|