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Friday, July 20th 2007 playlist

01/Rufige Kru's Malice In Wonderland CD. (yes, the entire CD. yes, you need to cop it PRONTO!)
02/Utah Jazz "Feeling Inside" (just beautiful.)
03/Verse & SP:MC "Lost Souls" (two of the DNB scene's best new jacks on the boards. That retrofuture funk.)
04/Ghostface Killah "One" (absolute gem. how did Superb write this??!?!?!?)
05/Cherish ft. Sean P (of YoungbloodZ) "Do It To It (DJ Nappy vs. Slaughter Mob THUGSTEP Mix)" (THUGSTEP: it ain't just traps and crack.)
06/Saigon ft. Swizz Beatz "C'mon Baby" (I need an instrumental of this.)
07/Twisted Individual "Meat Injection" (DNB's T.I. stays consistent on the low.)
08/Radar & Z-Trip "Private Parts" (one of my fav "turntablist" cuts of all time.)
09/Gein vs. Arsenic "Bitch" (best cut on the new Freak Recordings LP, hands down.)
10/Prince Paul "Dimepieces" (you gotta love Paul and his underrated Psychoanalysis album. Grab it if you doubt me.)


"high off that LEAK smoke"

Uncle Murder "Lick The Rapper"
Killah Priest ft. Nas "Gun For Gun"
Public Enemy "Harder Than You Think"
Linkin Park "Bleed It Out"
Two cuts from The DEY: "Get The Feeling" and "Dame Un Momento" (more on The DEY HERE)
M.I.A. "Come Around (DJ Ellesoc Remix)"
Dima Bilan "Number One Fan" (prod. by Timbaland)
Cassidy "I Get Money Freestyle" (Kanye West did one, too, then speaks on Beanie's fashion comment/diss)
Termanology "So Amazing" (prod. by DJ Premier)
Common ft. Lily Allen "Drive Me Wild (Live)" : "Drive Me Wild (cd version)"; here's a few more Common cuts, courtesy of NahRight: "Play Your Cards Right" (ft. Bilal) and a CDQ (finally) of "Southside", which features Kanye.
Sean Price ft. Big Shug "Legbreakers"
Royce Da 5'9 "The Return"
Raekwon ft. Ice Water & Remy Ma "Tell Me How You Like It"
Fantasia ft. Polow Da Don & Young Jeezy "When I See You (Remix)" (prod. by Polow Da Don)
Statik Selektah ft. AZ & Cormega "No Holding Back"
MURS "Dreadlocks"
M.O.P. "Sharks" [peep this HHNLive interview with Billy Danze.]
Cormega ft. Hell Rell "Stuntin'"
Joell Ortiz ft. 50 Cent "I Get Money freestyle"
Copywrite "Waiting To Inhale" (prod. by J Dilla)
Shop Boyz ft. Lil' Wayne & Chamillionaire "Party Like A Rockstar (Remix)"
Phonte ft. Odisee "All Because She's Gone"
Here's a gang of Wordsmith freestyles: "Hail To Tha Hypeman freestyle" (ft. SoL Tha Analyst, prod. by Street Level), "BattleBars Vol. 1 Freestyle" (prod. by Street Level), "Boy Looka Here freestyle" and "Gone Too Far freestyle" (with DJ Denox)
Freekey Zekey ft. Cam’ron & Juelz Santana "Daddy’s Back" (more Dipset: Jim Jones & Max B on Hot97 with Funkmaster Flex)
Boot Camp Clik "BK All Day"
Fabolous ft. NE-YO & Euricka "Make Me Better (Remix)"
Crooked I "Hip-Hop Weekly #16 (My Bitch freestyle)"
Camp Lo "Soul Fever"
50 Cent is always fun to listen to on the radio and in interview. Eskay has zShare links to 50;s latest Hot 97 tirade, saying he isn't moving his 9/11 release date (Kanye Vs. Curtis), speaking on Hova and other gems: LINK


Chamillionaire has unleashed his Mixtape Messiah 3 (powerd by sendspace PRO - good lookin' out, Cham!) - he's even offered it as a DVD (not sure how that works, but once I get some blanks, I'll find out). Here's the tracklisting:

1. Get Ya Burners Out
2. Money Already Made
3. Get on my level
4. Livin good
5. Its just pain
6. The call
7. Nothin but Lies
8. Ima playa fasho
9. Roy Woods Jr. Skit
10. Failures Not an Option
11. Got a lot of options
12. See it in my eyes
13. Don't hurt em hammer
14. Roy wood Jr. Skit
15. Its on
16. You a dummy
17. Chamillionaire Speaks
18. Mo Scrilla
19. The Crowd goes wild
20. Makes me Stronger
21. Chamillionaire speaks
22. Famous ft. Chamillionaire Rain

He also wants you, the fans, to tell him what you think about the mixtape, so peep game and send Cham an e-mail.

If you know what's good for you, you will dload this dubstep/grime/hybrid/forward thinking mix that Grievious Angel entitled "Dubstep Sufferah Volume 3" (hit this post on Blackdown for the scoop on GA, including an interview and links to Dubstep Sufferahs 1 and 2):

[00:00] Narcossist: No Love (CDR)
[03:36] Caspa: Homesick (CDR)
[04:24] DQ1: Gud Money (CDR - forthcoming on Tectonic)
[05:24] Kano: Mr Me Too (Kano Mixtape)
[10:43] Side 9000: Dhun (CDR)
[13:42] Massive Music: Find My Way (Kode 9 remix) (Hyperdub)
[16:52] TimeBlind: Copy Copy (Soot)
[18:31] Roll Deep: Celebrate (Rules and Regulations CD)
[21:28] DJ JSL: Coyote Dub (CDR) / Slew Dem: Bumbaclaat Badman
[23:19] Monochrome: Mine a Kill Dem (CDR)
[26:44] Narcossist: White Lotus (CDR) / Scare Dem Crew: Take Off
[30:18] Skream: Make Me (Tempa) / Timbaland & Magoo: Get Crunk / JME: Deadout / Caspa: LFO King (CDR)
[33:36] Cloaks: Dark (Version) (CDR) / Kano & Jammer: Tapout (Jah Mek The World The Classics Mixtape)
[37:40] Komonazmuk: Fear (CDR) / Roll Deep: Babylon Burners (Rules and Regulations CD)
[40:55] Coki: Tortured (Tempa) / Ruff Sqwad: Down (Gun and Roses Mixtape)
[43:44] Cloaks: Too On Top (CDR) / Trim: But I Still (Soul Food mixtape)
[47:17] Loefah: Voodoo (666) / Lord Finesse: Check the Method (DJ Premier Scratch Mix)
[52:20] Loefah: Natural Charge (Grievous Angel Edit) (CDR)
[56:40] Loefah: Disko Rekah (Deep Medi) / Cluekid & Cotti: Sensi Dub (White)
[59:41] Cluekid & Cotti: Flashback (White) / Ruff Sqwad: When Itz On (Guns and Roses Mixtape)
[63:07] Skream: Losing Control (Grievous Angel Edit) (Tempa)/ Trim: In the Ghetto (Soul Food Volume 1 Mixtape)
[65:28] Grievous Angel: Culture Killer (CDR) / Trim: Wot Part One (Soul Food Volume 1 Mixtape) / JME: 96 Bars of JME
[70:39] TRG Vs Selector DubU: Losing Marbles (CDR)
[73:37] Kode9: Magnetic City (Hyperdub)
[78:33] ENDS

Some serious licks in there. The Dubstep/Rap hybrids have a THUGSTEP feel to them, and I emailed dude giving him props, but no word back as of yet - his blog is also down, for the time being.
Grab some of the nicest mixes this week on DPD's FYLP for today, reppin' DJs like Serum, Paradox, XO, Xample and ESB in the mix...
Did you miss the Pepsi DJ Battle that turned into one of the nicest jam sessions ever documented in Hip-Hop history? Yup, so did I. Miss Info didn't, though...

This week's final thought? Black Rob's "Whoa":

You already know. Be safe!

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