A few months back, we witnessed Bronco of The-Breaks forum unearth the Herbie Hancock sample Havoc utilized in the construction of "Shook Ones Pt. II". This week we've got a new revelation. It's up for debate, I suppose, but I'm sold on this one. YouTube user Falcord1202 just uploaded a video of him playing GZA's "Killah Hills 10304" juxtaposed with jazz composer Dorothy Ashby's "Soul Vibrations", released in 1968. Watch the video and decide for yourself. Peace to all the heads still digging for breaks used in the '90s. Great find, Falcord!