The foundation of Hip-hop was built on samples, whether it was drum, vocal, or harmonic samples. As time has gone on and the sound of rap music has changed, one thing that hasn't changed is the art of sampling. More interesting is how some samples (and modern day songs) are so versatile that they get reused multiple times. Others are so unique that they are instantly recognizable.
It's interesting how many samples are taken from artists who are still relevant. Some are classic hip-hop/R&B songs with more modern drum patterns. Here are some of the best examples of Modern Day Sampling in Hip-hop gone well.
Meek Mill- Heaven or Hell SAMPLE: 5 on it- Luniz
Tory Lanez- Ride SAMPLE: Pony- Genuwine
Drake - Legend SAMPLE: So Anxious- Genuwine
Bas- Lit SAMPLE: Do You - Miguel
Partynextdoor- Break From Toronto SAMPLE: Girl With the Tattoo Enter.Lewd - Miguel
Amire Obe - Drugs and Camron SAMPLE: Killa Cam- Cam'ron
F*ck What Happens Tonight- French Montana SAMPLE: I Really Mean it - Dipset
Logic ft. Big Krit- Top Ten SAMPLE: Adam Feeney & Chester Stone - Vibes (also sampled by Drake 0-100)