Saturday, January 31, 2009
Shouts to SOUL and Andyman from Reckordz on Wheels. Nice collection of 90's hip hop joints. Check the tracklisting.
RISE AND SHINE VOL 1
01. Gang Green feat. Onyx - I'll Murder You
02. KRS-One - Can't Stop Won't Stop
03. Blahzay Blahzay - Blah Blah Blah
04. The Roots - Respond React
05. Mobb Deep - Drop A Gem On Em
06. Nine feat. U-Neek - Tha Product
07. Ghostface Killah - Black Jesus
08. Camaflouge Large - Hitmen Holdin Steel
09. Redman - Do What Ya Feel
10. Mobb Deep - Front Lines (Hell On Earth)
11. Makaveli - Life Of An Outlaw
12. Nine - Uncivilized
13. Foxy Brown - The Chase
01. Keith Murray, Coco Bravaz & Busta Rhymes - Pay Ya Dues
02. Redman - Rollin
03. Dat Nigga Daz - Me In Your World
04. OGC feat. Sadat X - Wild Cowboys In Bucktown
05. Mobb Deep - Apostles Warnig
06. Raskass, Heltah Skeltah & Lost Boyz - Rhyme & Reason Soundtrack
07. Ghostface Killa - Box In Hand
08. FM20 - Massiveness
09. KNT - 90 Degrees
10. Redman - Rock The Spot
11. Snoop Dogg - Downtown Assassins
12. Foxy Brown feat. Havoc - The Promise
13. City Side Crew - Mission Complete
14. Mobb Deep - Animal Instinct
15. Ghostface Killa - Wild Flower
Friday, January 30, 2009
Thursday, January 29, 2009
DJ MURO cuts up some classic funk breaks and some classic rap joints that were made from them on this. Muro is nice and his crate game is pretty sick. This is a nice listen. Check it out.
FUNK BREAKS LESSON VOL 1
Shouts to SOUL for this one. Collection of classic B Boy breaks. Essential for your collection.
02. James Brown - Godfather Runnin The Joint
03. Feelin James
04. Roy Bryant - Up Above The Rock
05. James Brown - The Payback Mix
06. James Brown - The Payback Mix (Drum Break)
07. Fusion Beats
08. Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five - Flash To The Beat
09. The JB's - Cross The Track
10. The JB's - Pass The Peas
11. The JB's - Transmograpfication
12. The JB's - Cross The Tracks
13. Bob James - Nautilus
14. Check Yellow
15. Ernie Hines - Our Generation
16. Willie G. Hale - Cramp Your Style
17. Rhythm Heritage - Theme From SWAT
18. Pussy Footer
19. Different Strokes
21. Marva Witney - It's My Thing
22. James Brown - Think
23. Bobby Byrd & James Brown - I Know You Got Soul
24. Ariester Christian - Let A Woman Be A Woman, Let A Man Be A Man
25. Cameo - Rigor Mortis
26. Gaz - Sing Sing
27. Ralph McDonald & William Salter - Jam On The Groove
28. Herman Kelly - Dance To The Drummers Beat
29. Bill Curtis & Carole Sylvan - Bring It Here
30. Perez Prado - Mambo
31. Micheal Hepburn - Joyous
32. Joe Quarterman - I'm Gonna Get You
33. The Lovematic Sex
34. Richard Strauss
35. Roy Ayers - Brother Green
36. Bustin Loose
37. James Brown - Give It Up, But Bust It Loose
38. Donald Byrd - Rockcreek Park
39. Allan Shacklock - The Mexican
40. Ralph Armstrong - Planetary Citizen
41. Funky Music Is The Thing
42. Johnny Pate - Shaft In Africa
43. Incredible Bongo Band - Apache
44. Jimmy Castor Bunch - It's Just Begun
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Great fucking mixtape with all kinds of demo material from Jay Z , Biggie & Kane. Check the tracklisting
01. Notorious B.I.G - Intro
02. Shakespeare - KingsCounty (Brooklyn Bullshit Anthem)
03. biggie spittin at 12
04. biggie - music video box freestyle
05. biggie - soul power197 rhymes
06. Fulton St. battle at 17
07. big daddy kane & jayz - bday party freestyle 9-10-91
08. biggie - guranteed raw
09. big daddy kane/kool g rap - raw (demo)
10. jay-z/sauce money - rippin it up
11. big daddy kane - aint no half steppin (demo)
12. biggie - blind alley freestyle (demo)
13. biggie-i love you (teenage recording)
14. biggie - dont love no hoe
15. jay-z/sauce money - nothing but love (demo)
16. biggie - biggie got the hype shit (demo)
17. big daddy kane - raw attitude (unreleased)
18. jay-z - high powered (at age 17)
19. jay-z/sauce money - broken english & drug selling (demo)
20. notorious big - party and bullshit (extended version)
21. biggie - 16 bars at the lyrical lounge in 1993
22. jay-z - whats in a name (demo)
23. big daddy kane - sing my song (unreleased)
24. jay-z - pass the roc
25. big daddy kane - set it off (unreleased remix)
26. big daddy kane - for your own concern (demo)
27. biggie - childhood rhymes
28. jay-z - greatest mc (demo)
29. biggie/sadat x - come on (1st take demo version)
30. biggie - niggaz bleed
31. notorious big - big millionaire (unreleased verse)
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Shout outs to DJ Books who checks in on the site. Holla at me so we can collaborate on some mixes email@example.com. This is a nice collection of classic Boot Camp material. Check the tracklisting.
1. Blackmoon - Buck Em Down Intro
02. Blackmoon - Buck Em Down (Remix)
03. B.C.C. - Headz Ain't Redee
04. Smif-N-Wesson - Ducktown
05. Heltah Skeltah - Let The Madness Begin
06. O.G.C. - Gunn Clapp
07. Blackmoon - I Got Cha Opin (Verse 1)
08. Blackmoon - I Got Cha Opin (Remix)
09. Smif-N-Wessun - Super Brooklyn
10. Heltah Skeltah - Therapy
11. Blackmoon - How Many MC's
12. Smif-N-Wessun - Sound Bwoy Bureill
13. O.G.C. - No Fear
14. Heltah Skeltah feat. Method Man - Gunz N Onez
15. The Fab 5 - Eshkoshka
16. Cocoa Brovaz - Won On Wun
17. Heltah Skeltah feat. Starang Wondah & Doc Holiday - I Ain't Having That
18. Blackmoon - Who Got The Props
19. Buckshot - Crooklyn Dodgers Verse
20. Smif-N-Wessun - 1,2 Pass It Verse
21. Mary J Blige feat. Smif-N-Wessun - I Love U Verse
22. Smif-N-Wessun - Wrektime
23. Sean Price feat. Ruck - P-Body
24. Heltah Skeltah - Operation Lockdown
25. Blackmoon - Warzone
DJ BOOKS - BOOT CAMP CLICK
The only good thing that came out of Bush's presidency was him pardoning John Forte. Talib and him go in on this Kanye track. I think Forte is going to be a problem. Listen to his verse.
"Homecoming" John Forte + Talib Kweli from The ICU on Vimeo.
"Homecoming" John Forte + Talib Kweli from The ICU on Vimeo.
Monday, January 26, 2009
AMALGAM DIGITAL TO RELEASE KURIOUS JORGE’S SOPHOMORE LP, “II” MARCH 24th 2009
FEATURES GUEST APPEARANCES FROM MAX B, MF DOOM, MC SERCH AND PRODUCTION FROM HI-TEK, 88-KEYS, THE BEATNUTS, DAME GREASE, DOMINGO, V.I.C. & YOGI
Golden age fans of Hip Hop will remember full page split advertisements in The Source Magazine for what was at the time two of Columbia’s most promising Hip Hop artists Debut albums. One half of the advertisement was Nas “Illmatic” and the other was for Kurious Jorge “A Constipated Monkey”. Well now, everyone’s favorite “Constipated Monkey” is back with a brand new album for 2009! Kurious Jorge and Amalgam Digital are proud to present “II”, Kurious’ first studio album in over 14 years, which will be released on March 24th, 2009.
Hailing from Harlem, Kurious is best known for his early-to-mid 1990’s hits such as “Walk Like A Duck”, “Uptown Sh*t”, “I’m Kurious” and “A Mansion & A Yacht”. His debut album, “A Constipated Monkey”, was released in 1994 to critical acclaim. His association with Bobbito, Pete Nice (3rd Bass) and MF Doom (KMD) further cemented his folklore in underground circles worldwide
After a lengthy hiatus, Kurious signed to the Amalgam Digital label in 2007. Amalgam re-released the classic “A Constipated Monkey” album later that year which included never-heard-before bonus demo tracks from the early 90s. Kurious’ new offering “II” features guest appearances from the likes of another Amalgam Digital signed artist, Max B, and reunites both MC Serch with Mf Doom for “Benneton” as well as regrouping with original posse members The Beatnuts who return a favor to the man who laced their chorus with the vocals “When I pop the trunk…hit the deck”.
Stellar production is handled by a “who’s who” in the beat game: Dame Grease, 88-Keys, Hi-Tek, The Beatnuts, V.I.C., Domingo and Yogi. Songs such as ‘Animals & Horses’, ‘Work It’, and ‘From Up Under’ prove that Kurious’ lyrical skills and wit are still sharp as ever while the classic “Sittin’ In My Car” pays homage to the original version by Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh.
The album “II” will be available on CD and Digital format on March 24th 2009. When fans purchase the digital version of the album from the www.AmalgamDigital.com online store they will receive additional bonus songs including a new track featuring Del The Funky Homosapien.
Check out the lead single video “Back From Up Under” ft. Max B Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyuuX_RZUZM
Also check out the promo video of Kurious & The Beatnuts here:
Tracklisting and credits for Kurious Jorge’s II:
1.) Take What is Given (produced by Dame Grease)
2.) Back with VIC (produced by VIC)
3.) Work It (produced by 88-Keys)
4.) Sittin' In My Car (produced by Ed Noodles)
5.) Drinks In The Air f/Vanessa Liftig (produced by Boola)
6.) Animals and Horses f/Kadi (produced by Yogi)
7.) Rubberbandz (produced by The Beatnuts)
8.) Benetton f/MC Serch & Mf Doom (produced by Sosa)
9.) Rain On f/Co Campbell (produced by Dame Grease)
10.) Wake Up f/Vanessa Liftig (produced by Team Demolition)
11.) Smiling (produced by Domingo)
12.) Brand New Day f/Dave Dar & Co Campbell (produced by Hi-Tek)
13.) Mysterious (produced by Boola)
14.) New Heights (produced by Oner)
15.) Back From Up Under f/Max B (produced by Dame Grease)
16.) Is This the End (produced by Sosa)
17.) Prosperous (produced by Fyre Dept.)
18.) The Magician f/ Del The Funky Homosapien (produced by James Strong)**** Amalgam Digital BONUS TRACK
Hosted by Kenny Gamble of the legendary Philly production due Gamble & Huff. Parler cuts up classics from the Philadelphia International Records catalog and the hip hop records that came from them. Great addition to your ipod.
SAMPOLOGY - PIR
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Another installment in the Sampology collection. This time Parler goes in with some Issac Hayes and the hip hop classics that were mde from his records. Check this out.
ISSAC HAYES SAMPOLOGY
Very classic Dr Dre mixtape made back in 1985. Dre used to be a DJ before he became a producer and he was pretty nice. These tapes were all made on a 4 track. Dre used to make these tapes and sell them at the Roadium Swap Meet in LA. I will be posting more of these soon.
GOING OFF SIDE A
GOING OFF SIDE B
Saturday, January 24, 2009
The guy on the right with the afro is Jazzy Jeff...the ORIGINAL from the Funky Four plus 1 more. Funky 4 are a legendary, pioneering group in hip hop history. They had the classic " That's the joint" and were the first group to have a girl member whom was named Sha Rock. Jeff went solo in the mid 80's and had a somewhat successful single called "KNG HEROIN". Fast forward to the late 90's and Jeff now owns Platinum Touch Recording studios on 14st in NYC across the street from the legendary Nells bar where Pac caught his rape case. The studio was down the hall from a live internet porn site , so there was always some crazy chicks roaming the halls. Jeff was a stocky dude who was good with the ladies and had a slick tongue ( no homo). This dude stayed wearing silk scarf head wraps and had a drawer in his house where I swear he had a few hundred in every color known to man. Not sure how I met this guy, but somehow I became an in house producer for the studio. At the beginning, shit was cool. If you remember the Busy Bee story I posted a wile back, that was at Jeffs studio. I also got to link up with Jemini the Gifted One and actually recorded a few tracks with him.
Jeff had a young group he was " managing" at the time called THE SPOOKS. The group consisted of a few dudes and this hot asian chick named Ming that could really sing. I wound up agreeing to produce 5 tracks for them for their demo package. Jeff came tp me with some fugazi ass contract that was going to pay me $20g's once they got signed. At the time I was on some nostalgic, honored to work with a hip hop pioneer shit so I agreed and for a minute thought the situation would work out to my advantage. So i recorded the 5 tracks and everything was good. At the time I was also working with this young Dominican singer named Caroline ( I mentioned her in my Big Pun post) and I had a hot record for her. I introduced Caroline to Funkmaster Flex thru a friend of mine named Michelob who was down with Flex a the time. I had this really hot track that I produced for her with my man Sean aka 58 up in his apartment on Gerard Ave..shouts to MU. One day at the studio I et Jeff hear the instrumental for the track. He loses his mind and begins to pester me for the track for Ming. Jeff already had sneaky plans to get Ming a solo deal and she loved the beat and wrote a nice song to it. I told him that I could not let him have the track because my artist was using it already and I was looking to get her a deal. He kept nagging me and trying to run game to convince me to give it too him. Fuck that! Pioneer or no pioneer I wasn't fucking giving it to him.
So somehow a beat tape of mine got into Derick " D - DOT" Angelettie aka The Mad Rapper from Bad Boys hands. The beat for Caroline was on there and he heard it and loved it. Originally the person who gave D Dot the tape thought it was my partner Sha's track and called him and said that D Dot wanted him to come up to Daddys House to meet. Shawn told me and I said thats good because if he got plugged in then I would get in thru him. Sha calls me up and tells me that it wasn't his track that D Dot wanted it was mine and it just so happened to be Carolines track. So I go up to Daddys House and meet with D Dot. He tells me he likes the track and wants to use it for Mase on a song he was doing with Faith. He said he wanted to re record the track there and make it better. So mow I'm amped cuz at the time Puffy's HitMan team was the shit. I was also hyped because as fate would have it D Dot knew Caroline because he tried to kick it to her on the train one day. Caroline told me that some guy gave her a Bad Boy card on the the train and his name was Derick. When I told D Dot about her he bugged out cuz he remembered her and although he wanted to kick it to her he did not know that she could sing. So now I'm fully errect! lol I got a possible track placement for Mase and I can bring Caroline into Bad Boy thru D Dot.! Nice right??? D Dot told me to give him a few days to set up a session and he would call me.
What I did not know was that sneaky scarf wearing Jeff had set up a meeting with D Dot to shop The Spooks project. The motherfucker plays him Carplines track. D Dot mentioned to Jeff that I just met with him and he wanted that track for Mase. Jeff lies and tells D Dot that he already had a signed contract with me and PAID me for the beat!!!!. Well that was a wrap. A week goes by and D Dot does not call me. So I call Daddys house and get him on the phone. He says that Jeff said he bought the track and even though I told him it was not true he did not want to get involved. I fucking lost out on that one big time.
So after that I did not fuck with Jeff. The only option I had to get back at Jeff was to shoot him in his stupid scarf head but that would not be smart. lol The Spooks figured out Jeff was a creep but not before they got a deal...off my demo package. Since the contract had expired they no longer had the rights to my beats and besides they did not know the samples I used to make those beats so they would not be able to clear them. They left Jeff so that was good but they fucking replayed the beat I had made for Caroline and released a video for it called Sweer Revenge. They replayed the vibes I originally sampled from Lonnie Liston Smith and flipped some of the music. Still my beat and my production. The Spooks had some international success with their album S.I.O.S.O.S but disappeared after that. I think Ming put something out solo but it was real underground. She could really sing and I have no bad feelings toward them. Below is the video for Sweet Revenge and then I posted Carolines version.
THE MUSIC INDUSTRY SUCKS. but I still loved every minute of it and maybe I will get back in it. Let's see. Shouts to Jazzy Jeff you sneaky fuck! lol
THE SPOOKS - SWEET REVENGE
CAROLINE - A MANS GOING TO BE A MAN PRODUCED BY 238 BEATS
CAROLINE - A MANS GOING TO BE A MAN PRODUCED BY 238 BEATS
Friday, January 23, 2009
Dope mix by Mick and Terry. Some classic BIG retouched properly. Check this out.
Original hip hop gangster...Dude was on Americas Most Wanted. Fucking legend up in the North East Bronx. Big ups to all my Jamaicans on White Plains Rd from 241st to 219st. Do the knowledge....
Thursday, January 22, 2009
Wednesday, January 21, 2009
Great collection of classic singles that were released in 1986. Great collection to have.
Eric B. Is President - Eric B. & Rakim
My Melody - Eric B. & Rakim
My Adidas - Run-D.M.C.
Peter Piper - Run-D.M.C.
The Bridge - MC Shan
South Bronx - Boogie Down Productions
Ego Trippin' - Ultramagnetic MC's
Hold It Now, Hit It - Beastie Boys
It's A Demo - Kool G Rap & DJ Polo
I'm Fly - Kool G Rap & DJ Polo
Make The Music With Your Mouth, Biz - Biz Markie
Go Stetsa I - Stetsasonic
Latoya - Just Ice
Cold Getting Dumb - Just Ice
Def Fresh Crew - Roxanne Shante Ft. Biz Markie
The New Style - Beastie Boys
Paul Revere - Beastie Boys
6 N The Mornin' - Ice T
My Mic Sounds Nice - Salt N' Pepa
Play This Only At Night - Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew
Freaky Tales - Too Short
Girls Aint Nothing But Trouble - DJ Jazzy Jeff And The Fresh Prince
Pee Wee's Dance - Joeski Love
It's My Beat - Sweet Tee & Jazzy Joyce
Brooklyn Rocks The Best - Cutmaster D.C.
Nightmares - Dana Dane
Coast To Coast - Word Of Mouth Ft. DJ Cheese
One Love - Whodini
Knowledge Me - Original Concept
Can U Feel It - Original Concept
All The Way To Heaven - Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew
Nuthin' - Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew
Do Or Die Bed Sty - Divine Sounds
Everlasting Bass - Rodney O & Joe Cooley
Funky Beat - Whodini
It's Like That Y'all - Sweet Tee & DJ Jazzy Joyce
Payback's A Mutha - King Tee
Bust It - DBL Crew
Faye - Stetsasonic
4 Ever My Beat - Stetsasonic
Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing - MC Shan
Cocaine - MC Shan
Go See The Doctor - Kool Moe Dee
Style (Peter Gunn Theme) - Grandmaster Flash
Mr. Big Stuff - Heavy D & The Boyz
Bang Zoom (Let's Go-Go) - The Real Roxanne Ft. Hitman Howie Tee
Bring The Beat Back - Steady B
Woppit - B Fats
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Monday, January 19, 2009
Posting this for all my Canadian people. Some classic hip hop from Canada. Shouts to Maestro Fresh Wes. Fine tune da mic was my shit!
Jay Z kills this.....Our president listens to hip hop..WOW!!!!!!
Here is Vol 3 hosted by Stretch Armstrong and Diddy. A lot of heat on here.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Saturday, January 17, 2009
Just listen to this...not even going to say anything else about it.
Rare tape that I found last night. Wasn't in the case and I don't have the track listing. Doesn't matter...this tape is still hot and anything put out in 1994 will not disappoint. Check it out
BACK TO SCHOOL 1994
Friday, January 16, 2009
Very classic show from 83. Toni Humphries was a legendary NYC DJ. Figured I would keep the classic radio theme going today. Check it out.
98.7 KISS 1983
Shouts to Soul on this. This is a classic radio show feat the Force MD's recorded in 1982. Very classic radio show that you ned to check out.
Thursday, January 15, 2009
King Tubby is famed Jamaican recording engineer that shaped the sound of Dub music. He is credited for "inventing the remix" .King Tubby's production work in the 1970s would see him become one of the best-known celebrities in Jamaica, and would generate interest in his production techniques from musicians across the world. Tubby built on his considerable knowledge of electronics to repair, adapt and design his own studio equipment, which made use of a combination of old devices and new technologies to produce a studio capable of the precise, atmospheric sounds which would become Tubby's trademark. With a variety of effects units connected to his mixer, Tubby was able to 'play' the mixing desk like an instrument, bringing instruments and vocals in and out of the mix (literally 'dubbing' them) to create an entirely new genre known as dub music.DJ ShortCut of the Beat Junkies put together this mix of his best work. This is music to burn too.
BLUNTED WITH A BEAT JUNKIE
Just saw the bullshit with the Divshare files. I will use another service in the meantime with my new posts. If you want any of the mixes that were posted already, hit me up and I will repost them. If not they will be back up on the 26th. Some real bullshit but I ain't paying them so fuck it. Sorry. I will be posting new shit today.