The Spitzwell Brotherz "Cool Outrageous Spitz": I posted their Premium Blend mixtape over the weekend, and Frankie Phresh hit me with their mastery of Fonzworth Bentley's "Everybody" instrumental. Yeah, their moniker fits their skills perfectly. Watch out for more from these cats on RTD, trust.
Archive for 05/01/2009 - 06/01/2009
Joulz Il "Getting It In" (prod. by Entity Starr): Over the last couple of weeks, the homey Joulz and I have been speaking more about his future. Dude is a talented MC: whether you define that as with lyrics, flows or just overall appeal - dude has IT. Myself, Joulz and his producer, Entity Starr, are gearing up for a project on RTD: The Il Before The Storm is one of those "allow me to re-introduce myself" albums, hitting you with some joints you should've heard right here on RTD, but will also contain joints that many haven't heard. This is one of those.
I had this on this past Sunday - it was something like 80+ degrees, very sunn, and my son was gone, so I had a chance to speak to Jou and down a 40 and just ENJOY the summer. This track was playing, and I felt like going out and opening a fire hydrant or something, firing up the grill and cookin' the fam some wonderfuls over the charcoal. This is something to rock at your family reunion and cruising in your whip, preferably with the top down. Soak this one up, and keep it locked for The Il Before The Storm, which will be available Summer 2009.
Here are some topless shots of Britney Spears, taken from her "Gimme More" video shoot. Are those temporary tatoos over her nipples?
I know you've seen worse from her (cooter flashes, etc.), but what is the story behind these? Were they just playing around, or was she making some kind of soft-core version of the video? And why the sudden leak, damn near two years after the video came out?
Props to Allie Is Wired!.
Whoa. My homey Matt at MAC Media hit me with some info on Royce Da 5'9; lemme just cut and paste this for you:
While Royce preps the release of his highly-anticipated “Street Hop” LP, (which will be released on 9-22-09) which is executive-produced by DJ Premier and has already generated overwhelming critical accolades alone with the release of street-singles “Shake This” and “Part Of Me” and the forthcoming self-titled debut LP from the buzz worthy Bi-Coastal conglomerate Slaughterhouse (Royce 5’9, Joe Budden, Joell Ortiz & Crooked I) this summer.
You knew or heard that info before, right? Now check the next paragraph:
On the heels of both releases, Royce will first be releasing a Digital only EP entitled “The Revival.” “The Revival” will be released on 7-7-09 and it will include new tracks from Royce’s “Street Hop” LP along with a new unreleased Slaughterhouse track and will be available at all major digital retailers. Royce will also be debuting a new single and video for “The Revival” in the very immediate future. Likewise, each member of Slaughterhouse will also be releasing a new digital EP throughout the month of July and each release will contain a new Slaughterhouse track that will not be included on their debut.
Did you read that? Essentially, all four members of Slaughterhouse will be dropping digital EPs, each of which included a new Slaughterhouse cut, not to be found on the album? I threw that last bit up on twitter, then got this corresponding tweet from @vondalia:
@khal Yup. "Mr. Pig Face Weapon Waist - Crooked I"..."The Revival - Royce 5'9"..."Escape Route - Joe Budden" -Those are the EP's.
I can't wait. Gonna have to spend some digital dollars on all of these! Where's Ortiz' EP?
Bonus Beats Quest M.C.O.D.Y. “In My Blood” (prod. by DJ Jewels)
L.E.G.A.C.Y. ft. Phonte, Chaundon & Sean Price "TKO" (prod. by Khrysis): This is one of those cuts I know a LOT of you have been waiting for. Leg asked if we wanted a leak, then unleashed with the raw! Dynamic line-up paired up with one of those classic, undiluted old school funk. Suicide Music drops on June 16th - bootleg and die!
EDIT nation unleahsed the tag-less version of this track.
Pugs Atomz, 2dopeboyz.com and fakeshoredrive.com are friends of the site, so them linking up for a mixtape with the mighty DJ Graffiti? No brainer. Roof Top LP drops on June 16th - consider this a sick teaser!
DOWNLOAD Pugs Atomz x 2DBz x FSD Road To The Top Mixtape
Jigga chops it up with my high school crush about "D.O.A.", BP3, Teddy Pain and a bunch of other shit. Jay = what Hip-Hop needs right now, deal with it.
Oh, and No ID and Kanye West produced "D.O.A."... sounds good.
YN got the proper rips, Dre merged it into one, 26 minute file. YN also posted some audio from Jeezy & Jay's performance at Summer Jam, along with a Drake clip.
EDIT Teddy Pain has some things to say about "D.O.A.".
Wyclef ft. Nick Cannon "Mr. Auto-Tune": I actually LOL'd in my cubicle when I saw 'Clef tweet about dropping a track on his site entitled "Mr. Auto-Tune"; then Lowkey posted the MP3. While its not my shit, I do think he attacked it in a nice tongue-in-cheek way. What do you think? Would Jay-Z approve?
Available in the IM Culture store right now; I believe my Brooklynati Survival Kit has hit my doorstep (finally - sorry for being a pain), and if I had the $50 right now, I'd put the ends on this limited edition cap. Do yourself a favor and grab this up now!
KONCEPT ft. Daniel Joseph "Modesty" (prod. by J57): Here's the latest Brown Bag Season leak. I had myself a lil' brown bag afternoon yesterday, got to hear this white 5%er get chewed out by a couple of the Older Gods for not knowing why he added "Allah" to the end of his name. I was waiting for dude to get smacked, but they kept it real. ANYWAYS, here's a slick cut to rock to on a sunny Monday morn. Day 8, eh? Fire all around! Cuts by DeeJay Element.
F. Stokes "Letter To Kanye": I'm not sure what prompted F. Stokes to drop a letter to Yeezy, or why the loop of "Homecoming" he raps over sounds odd to me, but I'm all about cats who pay homage and show respect to those cats who they felt helped pave the way for them. And dude isn't a wack rapper at all. Check it out - the 2nd half is what's really ill.
Cipha Sounds posted a grip of video from Hot 97's Summer Jam 2009 last night; Enigmatik posted these, and I ganked 'em from him...
Live Broadcast w/ D-Block
Tracy Morgan backstage
Young Jeezy's performance
Elephant Man backstage
Jadakiss & Swizz Beatz
Splash posted an ill play-by-play from Summer Jam; check it out.
Bonus Beats Here's a few more from Ciph's YouTube playlist:
Asher Roth & Cipha Sounds do the "Stanky Leg"
DJ Webstar performance
Knocka ft. Ron Browz & Young Truth "Heavy In The Club" [clean \ dirty]: Looks like someone didn't get the memo? I don't subscribe to the idea that one track can totally shift the culture, and this track is undeniable. Niggas is salty at Jay, but someone has to do SOMETHING about this movement...
Jay-Z "D.O.A. (Death Of Auto-Tune) (Instrumental)": I thought I was done with this, but after seeing this new post from HHNM on my RSS, Hov pulled me back in. I have a feeling that someone pieced this one together, but this is all any MC needs to catch wreck over the track of the last 48 hours.
EDIT D. Omen commented that he's the originator of this instrumental... although its just a good loop, which I figured as much. Will update once I get a proper instrumental of this. MCs could still get theirs off this...
Dude hit me like "this ain't exactly Hip-Hop", but like my homey Dart Adams knows, we ain't just Hip-Hop here at The Dub. We rock all flavors; this is a great coolout track - grab a cold one and vibe out to this performance:
The original version is taken from Pollyn's This Little Night, which I now need a copy of.
Jay-Z "D.O.A. (Death Of Auto-Tune)" (prod. by No ID
& Kanye West): Here's a radio rip (thanks PreZZure) of Jigga's new street single... a track that just got pulled back like 20 times on Hot 97, and had twitter on smizzy. Bloggers mad, niggas wondering if autotune is truly dead, Ron Browz hurt. Enigmatik live-blogged the funkery. Will update with CDQ when it comes out (we're watching you, NMC)... EDIT OnSMASH liberated a CDQ version. Props to Enigmatik for hipping me to Legend's leakage. Duly updated... NOTE this is an unedited version; the version blasted previously had DJ Clue's name edited out.
FINAL EDIT?? YN has liberated the DIRTY, mastered version, straight from Guru. Thanks, RapRadar!
EDIT Updated with a high quality, 4:12min radio rip via Dre.
EDIT Funkmaster Flex and Mister Cee discussing this killed me. Judging by the chatter, Hip-Hop needs more events like this. "You bloggers are going to be mad at me, but you took a short today..."
EDIT Jay-Z's post-game interview
EDIT Updated with a clean, unmastered, "No DJ" version of this track has leaked overnight/this morning, via Miss Info & Lowkey. I'd feel stupid even putting CDQ on it, because CD quality wouldn't sound that off. My DnB engineer nerds know what time it is. Enjoy it sans Flex and Cee going in over it, and I imagine the proper CDQ will leak on Sunday...
EDIT Sean Fennessey dissects "D.O.A." for Vibe.
EDIT Took out Kanye's name from the credits, because Andrew said so.
EDIT Ivan of HHIR hit me with this post, exposing the sample used in this (no, it's not Steam); this, folks, is exactly why No ID has been one of my favorite producers for so long.
While I'm GLAD the Spitzwell Brotherz got at me about their Premium Blend mixtape, I wish they had hit me up back in March, when this dropped! DJ E$ comes correct with the cuts, and these guys not only spit well, but have a knack for picking some interesting beats. Their sense of humor is linked so closely to their skill. Wicked blend.
DOWNLOAD The Spitzwell Brotherz & DJ E$ The Premium Blend Mixtape
Mike Classic "Rookie Of The Year": Nice blend of ill lyrics and Auto-Tune harmonizicationing. Yes I just constructed/concocted that word. Mike is cruising right now, the bass in this one should have you open. If you're not feelin' this, you've got no pulse.
Here's video taken last night, where Funkmaster Flex & Mister Cee interviewing Jay-Z via phone:
Shouts to Enigmatik.
related Jay-Z "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)"
EDIT Here's video of Flex & Cee dropping "D.O.A."
Mary J. Blige ft. Drake "The One" (prod. by Darkchild): Something else leaked yesterday before Jay-Z bogarted the game. This is a club bangin', Auto-Tuned romp from Mary and Drizzy. Why Mary is using Auto-Tune is confusing - she can sing! Maybe Jay is onto something...
Props to Nah Right. And check out this Rolling Stone feature on Drake.
Bonus Beats Trey Songz ft. Drake "Invented Sex" [via 2DBz]
Fabolous ft. Jay-Z "When The Money Goes (Remix)": Remember this? Looks like Fab ended up securing this for his album. How he only got a hook and not a 16 from Jay is beyond me, but he's spitting like he don't need no featured bars, even from the nigga who's tryna kill Auto-Tune.
Peace to Don Cusack...
- Jay-Z "D.O.A. (Death Of Autotune)" (radio rip)
- T.I. ft. Kanye West & B.o.B. "On Top Of The World"
- Ghostface Killah "Forever"
- Raekwon "Olympus" (prod. by Tru Master) [Bonus Beats Raekwon "What Do I Do"]
- Wu-Tang Clan ft. AZ "Harbor Masters"
- Mos Def ft. Talib Kweli "History" (prod. by J Dilla) [Bonus Beats Mos Def ft. Slick Rick "Auditorium" (prod. by Madlib)]
- Lil' Wayne "Kobe Bryant"
- Chamillionaire ft. Bobby Valentino "Patron" (prod. by Jim Jonsin)
- Lloyd Banks "Practice"
- Lloyd ft. Fabolous & Plies "Year Of The Lover 2.0"
- Cassie ft. Busta Rhymes, Day26 & Red Cafe "Must Be Love (Remix)"
- Adrienne Bailon "This Hot"
- Johnta Austin "Roll With Me" (prod. by Ryan Leslie)
- Joe "Worst Case Scenario"
- Tiara Wiles "Live Life Love (Rah Soul Remix)"
- Drake ft. Lil' Wayne & Young Jeezy "I'm Goin' In"
- Playaz Circle ft. Young Jeezy & Lil' Wayne "Stupid (Remix)" [clean \ dirty]
- Trick Daddy "This Is The Shit I Live"
- Twista "I Can Make You Say" (prod. by Kanye West)
- Bump J ft. Kanye West & Sly Polaroid "Top This"
- J Dilla ft. Bun B & Termanology "Make It Fast"
- La Coka Nostra ft. Bun B "Choose Your Side" (prod. by The Alchemist)
- Krondon ft. Stylistic Jones & Phil The Agony "Never Be"
- GLC ft. Christian Rich "My First Model"
- Max B ft. Beanie Sigel & French Montana "Whatchu Want From Me"
- Wale "Family Affair"
- Al Be Back ft. Naledge & 88 Keys "Walk On By"
- Tanya Morgan "Bang N Boogie"
- Che Grand "Gold Chains Part Deux" [radio rip]
- Random Axe "Monster Babies"
- Sa-Ra Creative Partners "Bitch Baby"
- Haitian Fresh ft. Wyclef & Rihanna "Celebration" (prod. by Wyclef)
- S-Dub (aka Shabam Shadeeq) ft. Sadat X & Steele "Nite Time" [clean \ dirty]
- Wordsmith "Twilight Of My Arrival" (prod. by Street Level)
- Icadon ft. Dollarmentary & Colee Stallone "Never Enuff"
- A.R.M. "Blame My Ego" (prod. by Gmo Beats)
- MAGr "Come Home" (prod. by DistantStarr) [Bonus Beats MAGr "Still We" (prod. by Brian Brizzo)]
- St. Joe Louis "Searchin' Freestyle" [Bonus Beats St. Joe Louis "Vision Test"]
- Krill Krak ft. Def Dom, Daniel Joseph & Syah "Ugly Starts (What Up)" [Bonus Beats Krill Krak ft. Jahsy "Mission Possible"]
- D.Julien "Absolute Perfection" (prod. by Soulful!)
- Rukus ft. Marium "Lovesicklonely"
- Cymarshall Law "Appreciation Freestyle"
- Naledge "U Oughta Know"
- Lefty "Never Knew Me"
- Illnature "Anonymous Man (Mind Of A Blogger)"
- Shotty ft. Crooked I "I Love Hip Hop" (prod. by Heatmakerz)
- Frank Nitty ft. DJ Quik & J.Black "Love"
- BOOGNIGHTS "Why So Serious?"
- Pinks "Mafia Music Freestyle"
- SoulStice & Kev Brown "Bird's Eye View" (prod. by SBe)
- Theo Martins ft. Skyzoo "Keep Doing Your Thing (Remix)" (prod. by DMan) [via ImJustTheo]
- J57 ft. Mr. Porter "There's Only Hope" (prod. by Mr. Porter)
- Articulate & Pendragon "I Know What You Like" (prod. by Rickie Jacobs)
- J.A.M.E.S. WATTS ft. Frank G "You're My Life"
- Full Crate ft. Versis "Make Me Laugh"
- Danny Brown & Buff 1 "Go Off" (prod. by J Bizness)
- Mista Mista "Heartbeat" (prod. by LJC)
- Micall Parknsun "All 4 Hip Hop" (prod. by M-Phazes) [Bonus Beats Micall Parknsun "All 4 Hip Hop (Jehst Remix)"]
- Johnny Spanish ft. Rye Rye "Lovely" [Bonus Beats Johnny Spanish "My Way"]
- Major Lazer ft. Andy Milonakis "Zumbi"
- Apple Juice Orchestra "Abacus"
- Santigold "Anne (King Britt Moody Mix)" (mirror)
- Dorrough Music "Ice Cream Paint Job (DJ D Sharp Remix)"
- Method Man & Redman "Dangerous MCs (Cookin' Soul Remix)"
- Method Man & Redman "Dangerous MCs (Bossasaurus Remix)" [Bonus Beats Murs "Everything (Bossasaurus Remix)"]
- Big Cas vs. Hijack "Check My Feet (DJ Nappy Extended THUGSTEP Refix)"
- The Deal Dub, Episode 10
- Trackstar the DJ Presents The Guest Chamber
- L.E.G.A.C.Y. Suicide Watch (Florida Edition)
- Cipha Sounds Presents June All Mixed Up (F.A.M.E. Vol. 1)
- Amor Jones Epic Failure
- Travis Barker vs. DJ AM Fix Your Face Vol. 2: Coachella '09
- DZK Presents THE TAKEOVER
- Juan Epstein (6/4/2009)
- FuseBox Radio (Week of June 3, 2009)
- EMS x RTD: ThrowBack Thursday 006
- Excess Bangers 29 - And Playoffs Make Finals!
Peep this video of Donwill, Bilal and more at the recent Ladies Love Breaks Autism Awareness Fundraiser:
Shouts to SAV*ONE for this one. I apologize for this being late - busy day/week/year!
01. Lil Wayne - Kobe Bryant
02. Drake feat. Lil Wayne & - I’m Goin’ In
03. Nipsey Hussle - The Hussle Way _Produced by Phonix
04. Lloyd Banks - Practice
05. JayRock - L.A. Song
06. Raekwon - Olympus _Produced by True Master
07. Max B - Never Wanna Go Back
08. Mos Def ft. Talib Kweli - History (prod. J. Dilla)
09. Chamillionaire feat. Bobby Valentino - Patron
10. Fabolous ft Johnta Austin - Your Baby Roll With Me
11. Ghostface Killah - Forever
12. Nipsey Hussle - Strapped
13. Wale - Family Affair
14. Bun B & Termanology - Make It Fast prod by JDilla
15. D-Block (Don D & Ty) Feat. OJ Da Juiceman - Show Em
16. Juice ft. Bun B - Can’t Crush My Cool
17. Bobby Creekwater - Motion Picture
18. Termanology - Nothing Iz Real
19. Colo Bondz - Make My Day
20. Kev Tha Hustla - Get It In Ohio Freestyle
Show them niggas some love.
Wordsmith "Twilight Of My Arrival" (prod. by Street Level): While he's been promoting two albums, Wordsmith's also been working on his next mixtape, The Overdue & Underrated, which is set to drop in August. The LP with Chubb Rock, Bridging The Gap, has been pushed back to July 14th, but you can still pre-order that bad boy right now via Best Buy! Props to DubMD for this one.
D.Julien "Absolute Perfection" (prod. by Soulful!): First off, dude who produced this has the perfect nickname. This some some soulful shit! D sent over this, the first single from his Live, Love, Learn project, which drops on July 1st, and is produced solely by Soulful!! I'm intrigued, and would like to hear some more...
I hit you with the mighty B-side from MAGr, "Come Home", the other day; Dom hit me with the cover and some more info on their forthcoming album, No News Is Good News, as well as some info on the LP... "featuring appearances from Blu, Clean Guns, 2ew Gunn Ciz, Cymarshall Law and production from Hudson Mohawke, DistantStarr, Le N?ko, Erik L and Fel Sweetenberg". The artwork was done by Mars Five GFX, and looks so ill. Can't wait for this one.
Method Man & Redman "Dangerous MCs (Bossasaurus Remix)": Here's a different take than the Cookin' Soul remix; bit funkier, deeper bass in this one. Works well, but in a different way. Bossasaurus is out of Oaktown and sounds like it should be boomin' from your Jeeps.
Bonus Beats Murs "Everything (Bossasaurus Remix)"
In preparation for my upcoming mixtape "The Push Back" mixtape coming later this month and to also prep you for the duo mixtape/album between me and Catalyst "Killa Tape 09" coming July 4th, 2009...Here is a little taste of what those projects will sound like. I give you "The Secret City Mixtape Vol.2" Some fresh joints over original beats as well as us lacing some industry beats and goin in!! Check it out and I hope you enjoy. EMS Productions!!! Yessir!
01- Intro (Production & Cuts By DJ Likwit)
02- The Return (Produced By Mellow Madness)
03- Alright With Me
04- Is It Time To... (Produced by Arkreatek)
06- Ear To The Street ft. Diaz
07- A Hood Near You - Phatal (of the MarXmeN)
08- Hip Hop Handbook (Produced by Shadowville Productions)
09- Rush 2 Buy
10- California Red
11- Winds Of Change (Produced by Tekneekill)
12- More Than They See
13- We're Out There (Produced by Kingsmen Productions)
14- Secret City Anthem (Remix) ft. Sex Rocha (Produced by Kingsmen Productions)
15- The Stoop (A Retrospective) (Produced by Lost Sound)
16- V.I.P. (Produced by Yessurr Productions)
17- We Don't Go For That (Produced by Anno Domini)
18- How YOU Feel (Produced By Anno Domini)
19- Cross-Pollination ft. Pale Rider (of Mind Theories Group)
20- Mic Murder Gram ft. Mic Murderers
21- Diary Of A Mad Band
22- Without Dreams - ft. Sex Rocha (Produced by Mellow Madness)
Enjoy this one.
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This is the latest episode of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of June 3, 2009 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul Music, news and commentary.
This week's commentary focused on the recent so-called "reverse racist" controversy of the Sotomayor nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court, the passing of academic Dr. Ivan Van Sertima (R.I.P.) and some other things here and there.
We had a great interview with author Thembisa Mshaka about her latest book about the ins and outs of the entertainment industry for women (and just people in general) called "Put Your Dreams First: Handle Your [entertainment] Business".
Some of the topics we went over with Ms. Mshaka included how a lot of women are in the entertainment business behind the scenes, the importance of having a solid mentor for assistance in getting into the industry, the mentality of the "microwave" (a.k.a.) way to stardom and how that is false, balancing your personal and professional life and a lot of other interesting things!
Due to the length of this week's interview, we do not have new Black Agenda Report or Direct EFX segments this week.
Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.
FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of June 3, 2009 (in no particular order)
Shyheim/On & On (DJ Premier RMX)/Virgin
J. Dilla feat. Black Thought/Reality TV/Nature Sounds
M.O.P/ feat. Busta Rhymes/Blow The Horns/E1
CL Smooth/Da Piano/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/clsmoothmusic)
Allen Anthony/Invisible/Bluezane Music
B.o.B./Put Me On (Rebook Classic RMX)/White Label (http://www.myspace.com/bobatl)
Pitbull/I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)/Ultra
Mikkey Halsted/Hello/Uncrowned City & Beat Machine (http://www.mikkeyhalsted.com)
M. Beezy feat Jit/Everybody Knows Your Name/Low Key Key Figures
Johnny Polygon/The Riot Song/Future Green Records & Invasion Music Group
DJ Class/Dance Like A Freak/Universal Republic & Unruly Productions
Jadakiss feat. Styles P/One More Step/D-Block & Def Jam
Jay-Z/Can't Cheat Death/Roc Nation
Grand Puba feat. Talee/Go Hard/Babygrande
Daria Jones/This Time You Lose/MySpace.com White Label (http://www.myspace.com/dariajonesmusic)
Jamiroquoi/Canned Heat (MAW RMX)/Sony UK
Chicago Jones/The Weekend Begins/8th Chamber Recordings (http://www.myspace.com/piffjones)
Jadakiss feat. OJ Da Juiceman/Who's Real (inst.)/D-Block & Def Jam
Lokixximo & DJ Mesta/Noche Europa (inst.)/Lokixximo Music
Gorilla Zoe feat. Gucci Mane & OJ Da Juiceman/Helluva Life (inst.)/9196 Music Group
Defari/Show Some Luv (inst.)/ABB Records
Yo Gotti/5 Star (inst.)/Polo Grounds Music
Black Eyed Peas/I Gotta Feeling (inst.)/Will.I.Am Music Group & Interscope
Duo Live/Give & Take (inst.)/Redemption Music Group
PLUS Some Extra Special Hidden Tracks in the Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and more MySpace.com Independent Music Finds
Current FuseBox Radio Broadcast Radio & Internet Affiliates (as of this week):
UrbanNetwork.com's The Mix Internet Radio Station - UN Power Jam Radio (owned by Urban Network Magazine) OKRP.com, ReeWineMusic.com/ReeWine Radio, Progressive Blend Radio, Sprint Radio Extra/mSpot (via the Worldwide Alpha Communications Network), SouthBound.FM, DeadBeat Radio, CrackAudio.com, TheBestJams.com/The Best Jams Radio, FlyTunes.FM/FlyCast ,Planet Urban (Austrailia)/PlanetUrban.com.au, AmalgamDigital.com, BlockJams.com, ConspiracyUK.com , FONYE Radio , VI Radio , DurdeeSouthRadio.com , Beyond.FM , MyBlockRadio.net, Rutgers University Radio, WRSU 88.7 FM, Stop Beefin' Start Eatin' Radio, Ceesiety Radio, Mixshow Blast Radio, Slip-N-Slide DJs Podcast, The Best Jams, ExtravaGangsta Radio, HipHopSoulRadio.com , Digiwaxx Presents: The Blast , White Folks Get Crunk for DJs, Legion Music & Media, UnderWorldMixRadio.com, MixLaWax Radio, Trunk Hustlers Online, 907 Jamz. The6.FM, Nilo Radio, 1.FM Jamz, Blayze University Radio, Blip.TV, iBlog126.com, Miro, WSOUF.com, True Fire Radio, StreetsD.com (Streets Mos Magazine Radio), Rock The Dub, Last Word Online, Soul Pitch Hustle, Black Soul Rhythms, Honey Magazine, i95.FM (Coming Soon), The PRess Junkie (coming soon), BlackCoffeeChannel.com (Coming Soon), Gutta Muzik (HD) Radio (Coming Soon)
Subscribe to get the weekly episodes of the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah!
Fun fact: Donwill has two birthdays. Hit him up and send him some love while you download the Don Cusack In High Fidelity snippets MP3 that he posted. Enjoy ya born day, homey!
Tanya Morgan "Bang N Boogie": Has to be one of my favorite tracks. That beat had the ill break on it, but when they dropped that slick sample, I was in heaven. Early favorite off Brooklynati, trust. Gotta love those tales of, well, bangin', then being on the boogie.