Few days ago, two of NYC’s most influential radio DJs from the 90’s, Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito, hit the airwaves at Columbia University’s WKCR for a special trip down memory lane. From ’90 to ’98, these two mixmasters (along with Lord Sear) helped introduce the world to rap talent from the likes of Wu-Tang, Big L, Nas and more. For one night only, Stretch and Bob played classic songs and freestyles from 1993.
DJ Nu-Mark’s collection of over 30,000 records hails from New Orleans, Iran, Cuba, and even a Count Chocula cereal box. He shows off a rare edition of Common’s “The Bitch of Yoo” with an extra verse, and talks about his first gig DJing on an ironing board at a house party back in 1988.
DMX live in rare form. He performs One More Road to Cross, What’s My Name, No Love for Me, Ain’t No Sunshine & Party Up. Drag-On makes a guest appearance.
On this premiere episode of “The Genesis”, JAY Z’s Life+Times walks with rapper French Montana as he tells the story about the life changing moment when he decided to leave the streets and enter the rap world.
Povodom nastupa zaj… repera Sean Pricea u Zagrebu, 19.veljače, uspjeli smo uloviti ovog “najzanimljivijeg čovjeka na svijetu” u kratkom, ali superzabavnom intervjuu tijekom njegovog ručka za koji je naručio “najveći hamburger na svijetu”.
Pogledajte intervju na Youtube linku iznad.
p.s. Hvala Phat Phillieju koji nam je omogućio ovaj nadasve zabavan susret!