Some of Jeff’s classic routines performed live at Pacha Classics Party in Miami.
Hit continue reading to watch an interview with him, recorded before this party. He revealed his opinion on the inclusion of DVS in the DMC turntablist competition, how technology has changed scratch culture and how he considers the DJM-909 battle mixer a part of his family.
Via DJ Sounds.
Following the release of an exhaustive report on the still-unsolved murder of the Notorious B.I.G., the FBI has released and posted files relating to late rapper Tupac Shakur.
As previously reported, the FBI posted a 359-page document surrounding the death of the Notorious B.I.G. on a section of its website dubbed The Vault.
The file they posted on Tupac, however, spans just 102 pages. The document details an extortion scheme allegedly perpetrated against ‘Pac and late N.W.A. founder Eazy E by the Jewish Defense League, a Jewish nationalist group that has been characterized as a domestic terrorist organization by the FBI.
The scheme reportedly involved an anonymous subject making death threats against well-known rap artists such as Shakur and E by telephone, at which point the JDL would step in and offer protection services to the targeted superstars for a “fee”.
View the FBI documents here.
Mike Allen presents the cream of UK Hip Hop from way back in 1985 at the London Hippodrome. The movie features London All Stars, Rock City Crew, Wolverhampton B-Boys (incl. Goldie), Broken Glass, Mastermind Roadshow, Richie Rich, Family Quest, Afrika Bambaata, Dizzy Heights and a whole bunch more.
Great video, if you are a fan of the old school this is a must see.
The B-Side was a show Stretch & Bobbito had on Hot 97 in 1996, that ran quadra-monthly. The episode above features Jeru the Damaja and DJ Premier promoting The Wrath Of The Math LP.
For more B-Side episodes with guests like ATCQ & Redman go here.
Props to Gimantalon.