Public Enemy performs live in London, UK during the Def Jam Tour of 1987.
Via The Diggers Union.
JumpOff TV Lounge Crew’s last discussion revolves around the much debated questions in the past days – the effect of Watch The Throne has had/will have on the game. The way it was recorder, produced, and released – will other artists follow suit? Will labels find more intricate ways to release LPs? Check it out.
This Saturday, August 27, 2011, J.Period & DJ Spinna are pleased to join filmmaker Spike Lee & 40Acres.com in paying tribute to Michael Jackson’s incredible catalog of music with Man or the Music 2 (40 Acres Edition). Created in collaboration with world-renown DJ/producer and official BKMJ DJ, DJ Spinna, Man or the Music 2 (40 Acres Edition) delves deeper into the story of Michael’s music with rare, live and remixed gems unavailable anywhere else—including never-before-heard MJ tributes from Erykah Badu & The Roots, Questlove, Stevie Wonder, Yahzarah and more.
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Hip-hop’s biggest names came together under one roof to salute the one and only Snoop Dogg at the 11th Annual BMI Urban Awards at Hollywood’s Pantages Theater on Friday night (Aug. 26). Wiz Khalifa channeled the West Coast icon as he performed the classic “Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang,” Game took it back to 1993 with “Murder Was the Case,” and Nas had everyone out of their seats when he joined Kurupt and Daz Dillinger for “The Next Episode.” Watch them rock the mic in honor of the D-O-Double-G.
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