- Ace Hood (featuring Lil Wayne & Rick Ross) – "Hustle Hard (Remix)"
- Cam'ron (featuring Vado) - "Sour Life"
- Bonus track: Vado - "On His Own"
Biz Markie's "I Need a Haircut" was withdrawn due to a sample from Gilbert O'Sullivan's "Alone Again (Naturally)". The album was later released without the offending song. Contrary to our top-of-head recollection, Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" wasn't exactly the first song with legal sampling issues. That title is likely held by "Pump Up the Volume" by M|A|R|R|S. It seems like the only available video where Vanilla Ice explains the difference is from VH-1's "I Love the '90s". Also, as mentioned in the Wikipedia about sampling, "in a 1990 interview, Van Winkle said the two melodies were slightly different because he had added an additional note."
- Nate Harrison's 2004 video about the "Amen Break"
- The Winstons - "Amen, Brother" (1969)
- Run-D.M.C. - "Here We Go (live at the Funhouse)" (1983)
- Billy Squire - "The Big Beat" (1981)
- Kraftwerk - "The Man Machine"
- The Fearless Four - "Rockin' It"
- Jay-Z featuring Foxy Brown - "Sunshine"
- Jay-Z's book, "Decoded"
- Bob James - "Take Me to the Mardis Gras" — probably best known as the sample used by Run-D.M.C. for "Peter Piper"
- Luniz - "I Got Five On It" — which samples Club Nouveau "Why You Treat Me So Bad"
- Digital Underground - "Freaks of the Industry" — uses a sample from Donna Summer - "Love to Love You Baby" (approximately 4:05 in to the track)
Pick a song and dissect it into its original pieces.