Counter Strike alumni Amazing Maze just laced me with the video to this outstanding track he put together with Lord Tariq and Wyldbunch.
here’s the photo of wall done two days ago at our YCP crewmate’s galiner property in village dalj / croatia.
hope you like it
Dj Skizz of The Halftime Radio Show, and myself, DJ JS-1, got together to do another classic mix. So this time around we decided to do a full mix using ONLY remixes. Many of these remixes are rare, uncommon, or not played out. We tried to narrow it down to remixes we personally liked because there is soo many. Most of these tracks are from the 90′s era. We did miss a few, but there’s always vol 2. Sooo, while many other djays are lazy with wack music knowledge, i do everything i can to keep bringing you good music, classic tracks, some rare hiphop, and never jumping ship to play cornball commercial nonsense. I hope you enjoy and appreciate our mixes… please repost, re-blast, retweet, and tell a friend… thank you. DJ JS-1… Rock Steady Crew.
Continue reading for the tracklist & download link.
How’s this for perspective? When Fat Joe released his 1993 debut album Represent, Jurassic Park was the biggest box office hit in the country, Bill Clinton had just begun his first year of Presidency, and Drake was a quaint seven years old.
The go-to line with the Bronx-bred Joseph Cartagena is that he helped re-claim hip-hop for his Latino brethren. But breaking down racial barriers and discovering one of rap’s most gifted talents (the late Big Pun) only reveals half the story. With his 10th work The Darkside Vol. 1 (featuring everyone from Lil Wayne, Young Jeezy, The Clipse and Too Short to Busta Rhymes, DJ Premier, Trey Songz, and R. Kelly… damn, whose not on this album?) on deck for July 27—Fat Joe Da Gangsta dissects his rich history on wax from the highs to the lows. Pay attention. You might learn something.
Check the full story over @ VIBE.
“A collection of perspectives!” RED BEANS AND RICE is a film which tells of the world of record collecting as seen through the eyes of the collectors themselves. Listen as they share there thoughts on the subject of vinyl digging as you enter the realm of the last true culture where music is key and collecting is a part of life.
Thank you to Doc Miaz & Chicken Shack Productions for sending the DVD and giving The Diggers Union Local 1200 the permission to upload the full movie.
The wait is over and “All Day I Dream About Spittin” is here. Boasting 26 tracks with features ranging from Ice-T to David Banner, ADIDAS is sure to be a modern classic. Show your support for real hip hop and Ras Kass by heading over to Ras Kass’ BandCamp page and purchasing ADIDAS for just $8.99, and as always you can preview the entire project on BandCamp before you make your purchase. ADIDAS features production by Alchemist, Mr. Porter, DJ Cannon, DJ Babu, DJ Rhettmatic and more.
Stream the whole album here.