Check out Nu-Mark’s dope set at The Do-Over.
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Joseph “Run” Simmons and Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels will perform together as Run-D.M.C. for the first time since 2002 at the Fun Fun Fun Fest, November 2 through 4 in Austin, TX.
The pair had retired the name after the third member of the group, Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell, was murdered. Since that time, the group has received numerous accolades including induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
James Moody, the festival’s producer, said in a statement “We couldn’t be more excited. Run-D.M.C. is one of our favorite bands, and one of the most influential groups of all time . . . We never thought that we would get to see [them] play live, much less play in Austin at our festival.”
A portion of the proceeds for the duo’s appearance will be donated to the JMJ Foundation for Music, saluting the late Mizell and providing funds for arts programs for young people.
Festival goers will also see a solo set from McDaniels previewing his upcoming album.
In the summer of 1991, i was chilling at my boys crib @djwishbone. He was making a mixtape. This was a gem from that day. Akinyele and Nas doing their”Live at the BBQ” routine. Luckily i still have this copy. it inspired me to create a mix called LUNCHROOM BATTLES. Its a collection of old school hip hop battles and freestyles that i have on my old dust tapes.
Latest leak from REKS f/ Termanology, “Ignorance Is Bliss,” taken from his upcoming Rebelutionary LP which will be released on 7-24-2012 by Gracie Productions!
As many of you already know, sometimes i fill in for Dj Eclipse and Dj Premier on their Sirius/XM satellite shows. This past week, Dj Premier was in Canada with Bumpy Knuckles and asked me to man the turntables while he was gone. I just recently did Eclipse’s show, so this mix might have some of the same songs from my last two previous mixes, but there is also some new tracks as well. There is my 3 favorite new songs off the Masta Ace and MF Doom new project, two new tracks off Large Professor’s new album, an exclusive Public Enemy and Bumpy Knuckles song and a few other treats… I edited out all the talking parts from the radio show, so it is just the music for 90 minutes!
Tracklist & download link after the jump.
This tape includes a mix of unreleased exclusives and recent loosies, in addition to a fan-favorite track, “Extra Thoughts,” from Love & Danger, and – as only true Kool Keith fans will know – the ever-rare “Booty’s Low,” which features Big Sche Eastwood. As with Love & Danger, DJ Junkaz Lou handles production for a number of tracks from the tape, but as an extra special treat for fans, Kool Keith produces over half of the mixtape’s tracks himself.
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