So newly I heard 'There are 6 million ways to die' in Mos Def - math (around 2:35).

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It's a lot used sentence in music, my first confrontation come from Sukh Knight's up in acting (good ol' dubstep), but I think this sample originates native Cutty ranking - A that Seh Ne Dun. Snoop Dogg offers this sample on Serial Killa together well. And apparently turbulence made a hard/terrorcore tune with the same wisdom (not my genre, tho).

It's remarkable all of these songs to be released in the nineties, is this coincidence?

So my inquiry is, which band/group/author is the initiator that the 'Six Million methods To Die'?

Feel free to re-publishing your own 'Six Million means to Die' samples.


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The last bit of Takyon by death Grips (around 3:22) has this sample together well. Ns didnt understand it to be common, to it is in honest!

https://youtu.be/Htl3XWUhUOM


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Yes, I've confirm WhoSampled together well. Ns was hoping to get some references in society or literature.

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