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Trackmasters (1994)

You may know them as Poke & Tone, or maybe you don’t know them at all, but either way, the Trackmasters were killing it during the golden era of hip-hop. Tracks like Mary J. Blige’s “Be Happy” or Nas and Puffy Daddy’s classic cut “Hate Me Now” can all be credited back to these guys. One of the Trackmasters’ trademarks is their ability to produce some pretty ill remixes, too, which always stand out from the original track being reworked. Even though they’ve been a bit quiet on the scene in recent times, the legacy they laid down in the booth is too critical to the culture to ever be overlooked.

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