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Ya’ll definitely gotta check this out. I was pleasantly surprised when I heard this few days ago. There’s also a video for this track I thought of postin’ but at one point volume goes down on the video and the audio is pretty raw, which ain’t that bad in this case.
Here’s a link in case you wanna check it out.

Backlive was an underground Hip Hop group from Miami, Florida in the mid 1990s. The group consisted of rappers G Boy, Dekwan and DJ / Producer Mellow D.

G Boy (Gil Green) also directed the video. 1000 MCs was G Boy’s thesis film project while attending NYU’s Tisch School Of The Arts. The video debuted the Amount Boyz dancers from Fiorello H. La Guardia high school.

This video aired on the last recorded episode of Yo! MTV Raps, BET’s Rap City, and The Box. 1000 MCs (Vinyl, 12″) was released on Backlive Records in 1996.

Produced by G Boy and Mellow D.

Turn the knob to the right ya’ll!



Like they always do around this time, DJ Jazzy Jeff and MICK are back with the sixth installment of their Summertime Mixtape series.

Stream and download here.



Everyone wants to know – “Where are all the dope female Emcees at? Now, there is an answer…
Individually they are: Carolina Dirty, Dominique Larue, Monie Love and MyVerse. Collaboratively they make up, Heresy an all-female Hip Hop group that will quickly remind you, what you’ve been missing in Hip Hop music. All well established Emcees in their own right; united, these ladies are a calculated combination of strength and femininity. On their Self-Titled EP, HERESY set for release on August 11th 2015, they share their stories and keep it – Ladies First.

What started out as a Hip Hop dream in the mind of music trailblazer, Monie Love, is now a reality – with the assist from Polar Entertainment’s, J. Rawls and DJ Buka.
On the fiery first single, Da Call Out all ladies manifests knowledge, power and wisdom over Mista Lawnge’s (of Black Sheep) soulful blazing track. On the flipside, the mighty J. Rawls contributes an ill gem while the ladies represent for the hip hop elements while paying tribute to the legendary Rock Steady Crew.

Limited edition 7″ Single Available soon…DJ’s get no shipping and handling…hit up to make a request.

Production by Mista Lawnge & J. Rawls

(Clean) Da Call Out b/w Hip Hop (An Ode To The Mighty RSC)

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DJ Eclipse:

There’s no way I’m going to remember all of the Dirty Dozen, but shout out to Mecca and Bishop Lord who were part of the crew and held it down when Kevin Keith was not there. KK&TDD came on from 1am-2am right after The Awesome Two and this particular show was from the same night as my last A2 upload. Kev’s show was based more on guests and the newest music they could find which meant not really mixing records, but playing joints straight off cassettes.

Their guests on this episode were Da King & I (Izzy Ice & DJ Majesty) who also brought up Duo Die (Free & Sid) who now go by Duo Live (veterans of selling cds in front of Fat Beats). Funny enough, Izzy also shouts out Strictly Roots who were in the place obviously late from missing their spot on The Awesome Two’s show. Lots of dope joints from the live Hiero performance (6:12) to the commercials promoting “Mad Wednesdays” (22:17) and a Dooable Arts event (25:09) to Da King & I interview (26:34) and freestyle with Iz & Free (52:18).

Kevin Keith & The Dirty Dozen 105.9 WNWK March 19, 1994 by Itsdjeclipse on Mixcloud


lucky 7

Latest single off my upcoming album, ‘Lucky 7,’ out July 7th.


050 boyz

New Jersey’s 050 Boyz release their album “Everything 050″ on 4th August

The Garden State is represented heavily throughout with features from many of the finest lyricists in the area joining the trio of Tru Trilla, Riq da Kid and Prince AK on a powerful and energetic production courtesy of Clinton Place.

They have just launched their new joint “DNA” today, taken from the album and featuring Ib the Druid, Famiil and long time associate Treach from Naughty by Nature


Ghostface ft. Raekwon & Bilal - Resurrection Morning

Taken from Twelve Reasons To Die 2 dropping July 10th.


terminator x

We have a heavy track from PE’s Terminator X & Godfathers Of Threatt, a group consisted of Bonnie ‘N’ Clyde, Flatlinerz, Joe Sinistr, Joseph Saddler, Kool DJ Herc, Melquan, Prince Collin, Punk Barbarians and Whodini, from the album Super Bad released on P.R.O. Division and Rush Associated Labels in 1994.

Backing vocals by Khadejia Bass and produced by Larry Smith.



Soul Supreme:

The original production by Joc Max and Spinna is really top notch so when approaching to remix this one I knew I can’t really compete, but I do hope I took it to a different place than the original.


Say My Ish

Duck Down presents a new funny segment entitled Say My Ish. The concept revolves on going out into the streets and enlisting random New Yorkers to recite lyrics from Duck Down songs.

This edition features Action Bronson’s verse from Statik Selektah’s new single Beautiful Life from Statik’s upcoming album Lucky 7 (which will be released on 7-7-15).

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