Saturday, March 01, 2008
Fam-Lay Vs. DJ Absurd "Da Beeper Record (DJ Nappy THUGSTEP Refix)"
Any DJs looking for more THUGSTEP, hit me up: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full review will be coming when I get more time to dissect this epic.
Friday, February 29, 2008
Their debut LP, Ground Xero, is out now.
MTV also spoke to Snoop about this track.
Shouts to J. Slikk for the look out. Make sure you keep up with Backpackers Anonymous for future funk from them. And keep your eyes peeled to this site for more heat from the B.P.A. crew.
- Common ft. Marsha & Bilal "The Light 2008" (prod. by Just Blaze)
- Method Man & Redman "Broken Language 2008"
- Talib Kweli "Independent Hustle Freestyle"
- More of that Rick Ross: "Maybach Music" (ft. Jay-Z) & "Luxury Tax" (ft. Lil' Wayne, Trick Daddy & Young Jeezy, prod. by J.U.S.T.I.C.E League)
- Young Buck "The Strip Club"
- Flo Rida ft. Lil' Wayne "American Gangsta"
- Trina ft. Keyshia Cole "I Gotta Thang For You"
- Anthony Hamilton ft. Ghostface Killah "Do You Feel Me (Remix)"
- Rakim "Hip-Hop"
- Crooked I "Hip-Hop Weekly #48"
- Joell Ortiz "90's Free Agent Freestyle"
- Elemental Emcee "John McCain Diss Rap"
- M.O.P. ft. Bilal "Get Rich"
- Strong Arm Steady ft. Paul Wall "Swack You"
- Bash Bros. ft. Sean Price & Big Pooh "Rock The Spot"
- Wiz Khalifa "Dey Know Freestyle"
- Max B has some cuts out right now: "Drop That Top" & "Umma Do Me" (Jim Jones Diss)
- Princess "Pretty Rave Girl"
- Kidz In The Hall "Sweet 16 (All My Ladies)"
- Sheek Louch ft. Sleezo Bang "Bangin' On Ya Chest"
- Wordsmith "Special Request" (prod. by Red Naz)
- Cuban Link ft. Remy Ma & Triple Seis "Moment Of Truth" (Fat Joe Diss)
- Colin Munroe ft. S.A.S. "Flashing Lights (Remix)"
- Some Jay Electronica snippet-ry: "The Cauldron (radio rip)" (with Zed Bias) and "Colors (snippet)"
- Lounge Lo "Lingerin'"
- Clipse/Re Up Gang "You Ain't A Killer '08"
- Jah Cure & Junior Reid "Hot Long Time"
- Tyrese "With Me"
- Dwele "I'm Cheatin'"
- The Camp ft. Slaine "Little Story"
- Britney Spears ft. J Rocwell "Pieces Of Me (Remix)"
- Styles P ft. Swizz Beats "Blow My Mind (Benja Styles Remix)"
- Plies "Hypnotised (Benja Styles Remix)"
- Pitbull ft. Lil' Jon "The Anthem (Benja Styles Remix)"
- Dave Guetta "Love Is Gone (Benja Styles Remix)"
- Tes "Comeback Kid" (prod. by A2)
- M Beezy ft. Dirt Dawg "Holton Street Hop"
- The Autumns "Killer In Drag (Evol Intent Remix)"
- DJ Dolores "Deixa Falar"
- Think Of One "Oppressor"
Check out the albums, mixtapes and set you missed this week:
- rock the dub radio: episode 15
- History of Hip-Hop Vol. 19: 1997
- J Past "Interplanetary Funkmanship"
- Baron Zen - West Coast Mixtape (Stones Throw Podcast 30)
- DJ Trax - Thought Provoking Beats mix
- The FADER Issue 52 podcast
- Shawty Lo Units In The City
- Rob Grimes & DJ Ease Dillathon
- Papoose Build Or Destroy
- 60x60: The Album
Why must you sleep?!?
Today is not just the 29th of February, which only comes around every 4 years - it's also Ja Rule's Birthday! Now, I am not a big Ja Rule fan, but I did want to throw a video on here that had him in it... here's a few:
Jay-Z ft. Amil & Ja Rule "Can I Get A..."
Ja Rule ft. Nas & Ashanti "The Pledge (remix)"
Ja Rule "I Get Money" Freestyle
Ja Rule ft. Fat Joe & Jadakiss "New York, New York"
OK that's about as deep with Ja I can go. Hope you enjoyed. And drink somethin'/smoke somethin' this weekend - we finta do this again next week!
Until you see that, keep with that "weed and syrup 'til I die" shit. And when you blow up as big as Bruce Bruce, don't go complaining, you stupid baby.
I just don't understand stupidity at this degree from niggas who are so prominent in the scene. Die, nigga, die.
Shout to E for the link.
Bonus Beats: Weezy makin' syrup
Very dope. Shouts to Rik Cordero.
WMS The Sultan on the beats.
In honor of UK Mother's Day, PETA decided to stage a protest - by caging a pregnant woman (NSFW images here). Hey, while this won't stop me from eating meat, I applaud the in-your-face attitude of this one. I mean, many animals are living in fucked up situations - remember the massive beef recall that recently went down? Shit is definitely fucked up - but how are we to know that our hamburger came from that situation?
Maybe that's PETA's point... ah well, I'm not going vegan anytime soon.
DOWNLOAD / STREAM
02 Bang Bang (Produced by Sid Roams)
03 Ride Out (feat. C-Murder)
04 Pop A Wheely (Produced by Certifyd)
05 Success (Produced by JR Rotem)
06 Goin’ To Da Bank Right Now (Produced by GQ Beats)
07 Destiny (Produced by Prime Tracks)
08 Chips (Produced by Prime Tracks)
09 Real Right (feat. Thug A Cation) (Produced by J Swift)
10 Flatline (Produced by E Dubb)
12 Law Library (Produced by E Dubb)
13 Cherades 2 (Produced by Buc Wild)
14 I Like It (feat. Debarge) (Produced by DJ Kay Slay)
15 Sex You Up 2008 (feat. Ray J) (Produced by DJ Kay Slay)
16 Is It Good To You (Produced by E Dubb)
17 Cancel Christmas (feat. Remy Ma) (Produced by Sha Money XL)
18 Scream (Produced by E Dubb)
19 Qutta Town (Produced by Balls)
20 Pop Off (Produced by E Dubb)
21 Nothings Changed
22 Gift And A Curse (Produced by Certifyd)
23 Comprehend (feat. Pete Rock) (Produced by Pete Rock)
24 Pop Life (Produced by DJ Kay Slay)
25 Who Shot Ya 2008
That "Who Shot Ya" beat always gets me open. And why do Kay Slay productions always end up being a dope looped played over and over? He did one, I forget the name of the mixtape, but it was a sample straight from Boyz N The Hood, with that somber sax. The name of the track was the name of the tape. Ah well, enjoy some Pap.
I like Jay's rhymes ("I'm like G Rap with better transportation/on the road to the riches..."), and I don't really know what Ricky Ross said. As per usual. From the forthcoming Trilla, which seems to leak a new cut (or 3) every other week.
Tagless version jacked from Nah Right.
Thursday, February 28, 2008
EDIT: Kind of a wild coincidence that this video drops today, what being the day that a report comes out that one in nine Black men ages 20-34 are incarcerated. Think on that shit.
01 Brent X - Sixty
02 ASC - Source 1
03 Mark Gabba - Watching Traffic
04 Western Biological - While The World Sleeps
05 Goldenchild - Milli
06 Macc - Imaginary
07 Tate - Bloom
08 Liana Eagle - Silent Waves III
09 Balan Villanueva - Fibonacci Hughes
10 Prema - Evolution
11 Social Engineer - 213
12 Ceremony - Pro-Funk
13 Paradigm X - Nepotism
14 TVG Hates TVG - Machinating
15 Shiva - Weeping Planet
16 Baxxenberg Squad - David Hasselhof's Pet Jellyfish
17 Richie Tait - We Are Done
18 Ben Kei - Bowl Thing
19 Tate - 54 Rue Dauphine
20 Jason oS - Cabin Noise
21 Jon Forsyth - The Melting North
22 Beckett - Remember the day I pulled off the Spider's legs
23 Hallifax - Stigmata
24 Rondema - Chiaroscuro
25 Cellodism X - Sparkle Motion
26 Düffah - Impasse
27 Sun Star - Raindrops
28 Cycom ft. Urbanovic - Nördliche Lichter
29 Obnoxious Monk - Faces
30 Jura - l.v.m.
31 Nathan Ball - The Devil's in the detail
32 Edotd - History
33 Fanu - Semena-Worck feat. Gigi
34 Slothrop - Smile
35 Mattrick - Howdjadoo
36 Kurtjx - Krandom
37 bobule - 60by60 Guitar Mix
38 Noisemonkey - Funkmire
39 Fada - She Comes in Colours
40 Euphony - Time and mind
41 Cycom - Advantage Becker
42 Paradigm X - Bad Chemistry
43 Repetition/Distract - Tiny Creatures
44 Genetic Sequence - Dcmprssn
45 Turkish Princess - Bedim-bem-Bedim.
46 Fanu - Salem feat. Gigi
47 bobule - 60by60 Wet Mix
48 Praveen - Numnum
49 Macc and dgoHn - Art's Got Problems
50 Jason oS - Tense Obsolete
51 JayDoubleU - Up Down
52 Oplin - 01
53 dgoHn - Jimmy
54 Jonny500 - Lights of the Forest
55 Parallel - End of the line
56 The New Law - Ghost Town Strut
57 Eunomius - Bi-State 96
58 Code - Melaholic
59 Ricky Force - Scarred
60 Euphony - Timetwister
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I'm feeling homegirl from The DEY.
Rest in power.
Who could blame him, though - that thing is beautiful. Shouts to Rafi for the link.
Over the last week, two bodies have been found: there was the body of a decomposed woman found in an abandoned home. They believe this woman was previously missing for something like 15 months. No suspects on word as to why she would have been murked, but she did have a history of drug abuse. And just the other day, some nigga got thrown out with the trash. And actually, we've also seen some fucking copper thieves running rampant in the city, which just makes me laugh. And don't even get me started about the 7-year-old who brought 70 grams of crack to school (good thing they arrested his people).
Now, one of the assemblywomen in the city is a fan of The Wire, and commented on this, which is something I had been thinking the last couple of days. The mayor shrugs it off, but is this life imitating art, or is The Wire just that tapped in that it is shedding light on stories that otherwise go unheard?
There's a clip of a live performance that has this "dance" in it, but I am not sure what is so special about it:
It's funny - niggas won't admit to listening to club music, but will take this bastardized shit and call it something new. And then do some dope-fiend lean to the beat? SMH...
This is probably one of my favorite songs right now.
The first thing that caught my ear was "Oppressor", which is like the 4th cut on this disc, but is also the first English-language track on here. It's also one of the only Hip-Hop tracks on here, even if it's more on the lo-fi side of things. Loads of "white collar/black tie" rantings in there. Damn thieves. The other lo-fi offering is "Trap het af", which is more on the grimey Rock side, which isn't normally my stee, but I like how they did it. I actually love the integration of the shaâbi feel in these tracks. The rhythms can take a minute to get a lock on (I believe they are something like 12/8, which makes it hard to find that groove if you are ignorant to the style), but they work well with the various styles. With tracks like "Sharia orabi", which is a slower, jazzy Bossa nova mash, you still get that keen ear for detail, and a nice weaving - nothing that seems forced. There are other times where you are getting hit with electronica, dub, punk and other genres - but it still all comes back to the shaâbi. You can tell when an artist is really loving a style and paying homage, and when they are just mashing for the sake of mashing. Even the more traditional shaâbi cuts on here got me open, although I think I've only heard music like this in movie scores, it is not hard to get your feet tapping, and after a few shots of some good rum, I could see many a cat on the dancefloor, throwing up their hands to some of these riddims.
The only thing that lacks on here, for me, is the lyrics. Or rather, the fact that a lot of it is sung in other tongues. Tracks like the aformentioned "Sharia orabi" sound very seductive, but who knows what they are singing about!? I'm being told that the intro track, "J'étais Jetée", is about an old car that gets recycled as a taxi, but that's lost on me in listening to the cut. It could be anything, and it's danceable, so I don't mind, but I'd love to know what the lyrics are saying, in English. Thing is, it doesn't truly matter - you don't need to know the languages to get into the grooves, and I promise you, if you have an open mind and a feel for some heavily-percussive, extremely danceable tracks, check this disc out.
rock the dub gives Camping Shaâbi 4 out of 5 stars. Yes, I did. It's not something I'd seek out and buy, but I am very happy that I've been introduced to this album. Give it a twirl.
Burn Deez: "Oppressor", "Camping Shaâbi", "Trap het af"
Camping Shaâbi is available now via Crammed Discs; it will be released domestically on April 1st.
Bonus Beats: The Making of Camping Shaâbi
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Duck Down just keeps it moving - whether it's deals with YouTube, ESPN and the History Channel, or just inking dope acts, Buckshot and Dru Ha are just doing it. Here's the new scoop:
KRS-One has officially been signed to Duck Down! It is kind of ill, b/c it seems like KRS was a huge influence on Black Moon (where you think the sample in the hook of "How Many MC's?" came from; plus, the name of the label, Duck Down?) and Duck Down - it's a natural fit. But check it - it looks like Buckshot and KRS are working on an album together! Looks like they will be conversating no the mic, speaking on a range of topics that are important to both Hip-Hop and the world in general, and is highly anticipated by this cat right here. Expect this LP later this year.
In other signing news, DJ Revolution has also inked a deal, and is prepping an album entitled King Of The Decks, and features loads of MCs already, including KRS, Sean Price, Tash, Crooked I, Bishop Lamont, Dilated Peoples, The Alchemist, Royce Da 5'9", Guilty Simpson, DJ Q-Bert, Blaq Poet, DJ Spinbad, Defari, Kidz In The Hall, Buckshot, Bumpy Knuckles and Planet Asia. Many of you, like me, got schooled to Revolution's turntable skills via the World Famous Wake Up Show, and it looks like he is going to try and bring the DJ back into Hip-Hop as an active player, and not the "pseudo-lebrities" he sees many DJs being. Expect King Of The Decks to drop in Fall 2008.
After just reading the write-up in the April '08 XXL about Dru Ha, I love getting more news like this in my inbox. Shouts to Matt for the lookout.
“There’s nothing worse than a comedian that’s trying to be serious on a certain level. That could be hazardous to your career. And to your health,” Dyson, 49, told AllHipHop.com
Yo, is Dyson going at the Coz on some 50 Cent shit? I hope so - I can only imagine Dyson's end-of-the-track banter.
Have you bought Thriller 25 yet? You might want to do it soon - give Jacko some ends!
I'm supposed to big you up for having tatoos on your body since age 12? Rapping non-rhyming words (isn't that called spoken word?), fucking bandana folding? Is this forreal? Nigga, not only do you have sickle-cell, but you are about to get sent up for a 3 1/2 year bid, and you want to argue who used the name "Prodigy" first? And to be real with you, The Prodigy was using that name since 1990, so what the fuck are you on? The use of Pro Tools, websites, and all this other shit is just garbage. Straight malarky. Niggas who have to put out a list of reasons why we should give them respect get no love from me. I loved Return Of The Mac, and I even dug Blood Money, but you look extra-bitchmade with that post, P. Fix up and get your mind right before you get locked down, forreal.
First off, track 1 ("Deixa Falar", which you can hear via Download.com Music) had me thinking a dog was coming at me. Then I realized it was in the song - which is created to be sort of a "let the journalists define our music, we just make beats" - was meant to do that to you. Let the dogs bark while we have a lark, which is cool. I love the cool House-y thump with those stuttering horns and organ stabs, this track has an ill vibe to it! From there, it's sort of hit-or-miss for me. For every "Wakaru", with it's dubby vibe matched with violins and random splices of speech really works (and is a standout cut for me), but the proto-Jungle/Surf Funk of "Flying Horse" doesn't work for me at all. While I am all for experimentation and taking risks/making statements, a full CD of nothing but genre-blending, seemingly without merit, can grow taxing on the mind. There are two tracks that Dolores created for a European edition of a Wolverine tale ("Mutant Child" and "Saudade") which play perfectly as the soundtrack to Logan's dark paranoia, "Cala Cala" is also a favorite of mine, with the Afrobeat vibe and that 'cala cala' chant is so catchy, not to mention those funked-out horns breathing new life into the track. Really moving music, and while this might not be something you'd expect initially in the dancehall, this somehow would work very well.
At the end of the day, I'm kind of on the fence. While I am very into the idea of twisting many styles and creating almost a melting pot of media, angled at telling a very real story of my people (in the sense of the poor and disenfranchised), it almost becomes overkill, for me. I also wish some of the tracks were longer - 13 tracks (which includes 1 bonus track), clocking in under an hour? You almost wish tracks like "Wakaru" were given more than 3 and a half minutes to breathe, but then again, in the ghettos of the world, many things are snuffed out before their time...
I tip my hat off to DJ Dolores for creating a soundscape aimed at bridging the gaps both musically and socially. Just know what you are getting into before picking this one up.
rock the dub gives 1 Real a 3.5 out of 5 stars. While experimentation and genre-mashing is great, sometimes minimal can be better. Great for fans of World Music or those looking for something a bit unconventional for their CD changers.
Burn Deez: "Wakaru", "Cala Cala"
Get more info on 1 Real via the Crammed Discs website. You can buy it there, or via Amazon on import (domestic release date is March 25th I believe).
Bonus Beats: Check out DJ Dolores in Recife in this film by John Erbuer
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
EDIT: Link removed per request from Wale's manager.
Here's the original: MP3.
AllHipHop.com: What you up to these days, I heard about a new album and stuff like that, can you speak on that?
Bun-B: Yeah, well the new album was pretty much done, y’know at the time of Pimp’s passing. We had the single ready to go. We had three songs to pick from to be the single, trying to pick one and then go ahead and get it pressed up. And we was gon’ try to move on the top of the year but of course all things considered — we had to really pump the brakes on everything. I had to really reanalyze everything, to figure out exactly how we was going to move forward.
I can't wait. I felt the last album - no telling how dope this project will be.
What a waste. I'm gonna say slightly NSFW, unless your boss is cool with big-breasted chicks in tight leather, fishnets and corsets riding the pole...
P.S.: I just found out this chick is like 2 weeks younger than I am. Odd. Well, actually, that would make her a Scorpio, so her personality makes so much sense now.
That curly hair on Janet has to go...
[video] Janet's MTV Spoofery
Shouts to Matt, as per usual.
That shit is real. My grandfather had the same thing going on right before he died...
He was going through it with his prostate cancer, and was relegated to a hospital bed in our house for the last few weeks of his life. It was late May, and my senior year of high school, and I remember it was very warm this one Saturday. And he was up. Now, I had seen him unable to get out of bed b/c of the pain he was in, pissing on himself and what not, but this day he was up, sitting in a chair in his room. And he was talking.
My room was the attic, but the door to my room was right next to his room, so as I'd leave I'd check on him, and I peek in and see him talking and smiling. I step in and he's actually by himself, but mentally he was having a party. All of his friends were there, having a good old time. I sat with him for a bit - there was a basketball game on - and we just talked and joked.
He died a few days after this, but it's wild that he had what I call a going-away party right there.
And now that's two family members in my life who's deaths can be somehow linked to J Dilla. My uncle passed right around the time Dilla did, and now Pop-Pop.
Rest in power.
Akon is such a weirdo to me. Big up DubCNN.
The deep part is, there's probably some truly gifted artist who could have murked this so much better than this paper thin punk, but with McCartney on Hollywood Records (read: Disney), the paper talks. Can't blame Dream & Tricky - the name of the game is dollas, and them niggas go for the publishing before the upfront payments, at least that's what Dream has said in the past. Good for them, but, IMO, bad for the scene. This cat not only had Dream & Tricky, but he is also calling on The Clutch (Omarion, Ciara), J.R. Rotem (Britney Spears, Sean Kingston), Sean Garrett (Usher, Mary J. Blige) and others. Pop/Urban? Fuck you, dog. We see your attempted permeations, and we don't like it.
Buraka Som Sistema, "Yah"
Zulu Naja, "Ndiya Ndiya"
BLK JKS, "UmZabalazo"
Esau Mwamwaya & Radioclit, "Chilombo"
Bleksom, "Do It"
Buk Bak & Jay Q, "U For Know"
The Don Issacs Ezekiel Combination, "Amalinja"
Tartit, "Achachore I Chachore Akale"
BLK JKS, "Lakeside"
Group Doueh, "Sabah Lala"
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"I wanted it on my birthday hour - it's ruined!"
Discipline is in stores today.
Monday, February 25, 2008
0:00 Company Flow `Eight Steps To Perfection`
4:25 Illogic `Blaow`
8:33 Pharoahe Monch `What Is It`
11:03 DJ Vadim `Viagra` feat El-p,BMS + Primecuts
13:40 RZA `Raise Your Swords`
17:00 Hieroglyphics `One Life One Love`
20:40 Non Profits `Disasters`
22:52 Saukrates `Father Time`
25:54 7L + Esoteric `Operating Correctly` feat Mr Lif
29:35 Deltron 3030 `Virus`
31:06 DJ Spinna feat Phonte `Intergalatic Soul`
34:01 Jeru The Damaja `True Skills`
37:50 Eligh `Thought Process`
41:34 J-Live `Audio Visual`
45:31 A Tribe Called Quest `Like It Like That`
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8 Ball & MJG - Purple Stuff
Klaxons - Gravity's Rainbow (Van She Remix)
Adult - Hand to Phone
Da Falla - Popozuda Rock 'n Roll
DJ Smurf - Ride On Out Bounce With It
Count Of Monte Cristal - Ghetto Bitches
Simian Mobile Disco - Love
Armand Van Helden feat. Kudu - Playing House
Midnight Juggernauts - Devil Within (Presets remix)
Miss Kittin and the Hacker - Life On MTV
Vitalic - Poney, Pt. 1
Daft Punk - Technologic
MSTRKRFT - Easy Love
Joy Zipper - Dosed And Became Invisible & Drugs (Simian Remix)
The Pack - Candy
Christopher & Raphael Just feat. Fox N' Wolf - Popper
Stingee - Take Dem Panties Off
1. The Notorious BIG – Ten Crack Commandments
2. Jay-Z – Face Off feat. Sauce Money
3. Wu-Tang Clan – Triumph feat.CappaDonna
4. CNN – Capone Bone
5. Reflection Eternal – Fortified Live
6. Gang Starr – You Know My Steez
7. M.F. Doom – Dead Bent
8. Master P – Make Em Say Uhh
9. CNN – Closer (Sam Sneed Remix)
10. Laster – Off Balance feat. EDO.G.
11. Natural Elements – Bust Mine
12. Krumb Snatcha – Gettin Closer To God
13. Jay-Z – Imaginary Player
14. Rasco – The Unassisted
15. Royal Flush – Iced Down Medallions
16. DITC – Day One
17. The Beatnuts – Do You Believe?
18. CNN – Calm Down feat. Nas
19. Common – Hungry
20. No I.D. – State To State feat. Common
21. Mobb Deep – Hoodlum feat. Rakim & Big Noyd
22. Outkast – In Due Time feat. Cee Lo
23. Mos Def – Universal Magnetic
24. Wu Tang Clan – The M.G.M
25. EPMD – Never Seen Before
26. Rakim – Guess Who’s Back
27. Mase – 24 Hours To Live feat. The LOX & DMX
28. LL Cool J – 4,3,2,1 feat. Redman, Method Man, Canibus, DMX
29. The Beatnuts – Off The Books feat. Big Pun
30. Tha Alkaholiks – Hip Hop Drunkies feat. Ol Dirty
31. D.J. Pooh – Whoop! Whoop! feat. Kam
32. Master P – Ghetto D
33. KRS-One – Step Into A World (Rapture’s Delight)
34. KRS-One – Step into a World (Bad Boy Remix) feat. Puffy
35. Busta Rhymes – Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See
36. Cocoa Brovaz – Won on Won
37. Redman – Pick It Up (Remix)
38. Common – Reminding Me (Of Sef)
39. Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz – Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)
40. The Alkaholiks – All Night
41. Wu-Tang Clan – It’s Yourz
42. Camp Lo – Black Nostaljack
43. Jay-Z – Rap Game/Crack Game
44. EPMD – Richter Scale
45. Mr Complex – Visualize
46. Street Smartz – Metal Thangz feat. O.C., Pharoahe Monch, FT
47. Ras Kass – Soul On Ice (Diamond D Remix)
48. No I.D. – Sky’s The Limit
49. Rakim – It’s Been A Long Time
50. The Notorious BIG – Kick In The Door
51. Puff Daddy & The Family – It’s All About The Benjamins feat. The Notorious BIG 52. The Firm – Phone Tap feat. Dr. Dre
53. Rampage – Things We Be Doing For Money Pt. 2 feat. Busta Rhymes
54. The Notorious BIG – The World Is Filled feat. Too Short & Puff Daddy
55. Street Smartz – Problemz
56. M.F. Doom – Hey!
57. The Notorious BIG – You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)
58. Scarface – Smile feat. 2Pac
Such a solid mixture of cuts.
Get some info on OXJAM.
Omar Vs. Mouzone:
Bunk & Omar meet:
Bunk Vs. Omar:
Our country is not a three-party country, and I don't see many Republicans who follow McCain all of the sudden backing Nader - but many Democrats and Independents are quicker to follow someone like Nader. Just ask Al Gore.
The more I think about it, the more I think Nader is getting Republican Party dollars to cast doubt and votes from Obama. I really do. Conspiracy theories be damned.
Obama still have my vote, though...
rock the dub radio: episode 015
(direct MP3 download link)
01/The Menehan Street Band "Make The Road By Walking"
02/Jay-Z "Roc Boys (Mike Love's Nigerian Gangster Remix)"
03/Camp Lo "Lumdi"
04/The Roots "75 Bars (Black's Reconstruction)"
05/Akrobatik ft. Talib Kweli "Put Ya Stamp On It"
06/Skillz ft. Pimp C "Get Off The Boo Boo"
07/Illa Ghee "Bitch Ass Nigga"
08/Cyrano aka Cy Yung & Bully Sainte "C.R.E.A.M. (BPA Remix)"
09/Wu-Tang Clan "Diesel"
10/Pete Rock ft. Jim Jones & Max B "We Roll"
11/Nicolay & Kay "As The Wheel Turns"
13/R.O.E. "Can't Help Myself"
14/Controller 7 "Consumer"
15/The Fixxers ft. Rich Boy "So Good"
16/Rich Boy ft. John Legend, Lil' Wayne & Nas "Ghetto Rich (Remix)"
17/Freddie Foxxx "Dream Catcher"
18/Billy Danze "God Bless & Good Night"
19/Copywrite "Ten Times"
20/Evol Intent ft. Cypher Linguistics "Death, Lies & Videotape"
21/Jean Grae "#8"
22/Verb T & The Last Skeptik ft. Edo G "No More"
23/Amanda Diva "Windows Over Harlem"
24/Idle Warship "Industry Diary"
25/Jay The Bossfather ft. Grandmaster Caz "Sedgewick & Cedar"
26/S.O.U.L. Purpose ft. Immortal Technique "The Other White Meat"
27/Busta Rhymes "Code Of The Streets"
28/Substansial ft. Fresh Daily "That Damn Good (Remix)"
29/Elemental Emcee "John McCain Diss"
30/M.O.P. "Got To Go"
31/KRS-One "Criminal Minded '08"
32/Starski ft. The Cool Kids "Stunnas On"
33/Naledge "Dey Know Freestyle"
34/Edo G, Akrobatik, Backdraft & JvDarapsinga "Blastmass"
35/Saigon ft. Grand Puba "Who Can Get Busy"
Shouts to all who've sent me tracks recently. I'm still accepting Hip-Hop for the rock the dub compilation, so if you are an MC/DJ/producer/label head who would like their music considered for a dope FREE DIGITAL HIP-HOP COMPILATION I am putting together, hit me up at email@example.com. (NOTE: if you make music other than Hip-Hop, still submit - I have plans for other compilations in the future!)
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