A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"

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A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"

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"A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays"" is the first single by American hip hop trio De La Soul from their second studio album De La Soul Is Dead. The track also includes vocal contributions from American rapper Q-Tip, American R&B singer Vinia Mojica and American entrepreneur Russell Simmons. The track's composition is built around many samples.

The song was generally well-received by critics. The song peaked at number twenty-two on the UK Singles Chart and at numbers six and forty three on the United States Billboard Hot Dance Club Play and Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs charts respectively.

Conception and composition

The song's lyrics were written by Paul "Prince Paul" Huston, Kelvin "Posdnuos" Mercer, David "Dave" Jude Jolicoeur, Vincent "Maseo" Mason and Jonathan "Q-Tip" Davis, - Liner notes for the album and produced by Prince Paul. The title of the song derives from the roller skate fad of the 1970s, as well as a prominent sample of "Saturday in the Park" originally recorded by American rock band Chicago.

Posdnuos and Dave of the group rap verses on the track, and other musical contributions are also made by American rapper Q-Tip, who raps the first verse of the track and vocalist Vinia Mojica, who sings between...
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