Le Combat Continue

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Le combat continue
Studio album by Idéal J
Released 1998
Recorded 1998
Genre Hip hop, hardcore rap
Length 75:24
Idéal J chronology
O'riginal MC's sur une mission
(1996)
Le combat continue
(1998)

Le Combat Continue is the second studio album by French Hip Hop group, Idéal J. The album is considered a classic in French hip hop music. The lead single "Hardcore" caused a huge controversy in France.

The album, reached #21 of SNEP, the official French Albums Chart in October 1998.[1]

The single "Hardcore" from the album appeared for ten weeks in the SNEP French Singles Chart with the peak position reached at #67.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Le combat continue 2"
  2. "Introduction"
  3. "Message" (feat. Leila)
  4. "Pour une poignée de dollars..."
  5. "Blast Masta Killa"
  6. "Un nuage de fumée"
  7. "Evitez" (feat. Daddy Mory)
  8. "R.A.S. 1" (feat. Different Teep)
  9. "Sur violents breakbeats"
  10. "Hardcore"
  11. "J'ai mal au cœur"
  12. "L'amour" (feat. Rohff and Demon One)
  13. "Ideal J" (feat. Hasheem & Zahariya) / "Operation coup 2 pompe"
  14. "Showbizness 98" <samll>(feat. AP, Karlito, Dry and OGB
  15. "Si je rappe ici"

Samples[edit]

Le combat continue

  • "The Music Band" by War

Introduction

  • "Darkest Light" by Lafayette Afro Rock Band
  • "Blow Your Head" by The J.B.'s

Message

Pour une poignée de dollars...

  • "Truc de fou" by 113 and Doudou Masta

Un nuage de fumée

Evitez

R.A.S. 1

  • "Big Sur Suite" by Johnny Hammond

Sur violents breakbeats

Hardcore

  • "Como Fué" by Paquito D'Rivera

J'ai mal au cœur

L'amour

Idéal J

  • "I Wanna Do Something Freaky For You" by Leon Haywood
  • "Ain't Nothin But a G Thang" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg

Si je rappe ici

  • "Summertime / The Ghetto" by Johnny Hammond

References[edit]