Scram Jones steps from behind the boards to display skills on the 1’s and 2’s. Watch as he cuts up the sounds of 2011 underground Hip Hop with precision on The Halftime Radio with DJ Eclipse.
Via Collector’s Item.
As Apathy, like most of us, winds down 2011 and prepares for 2012 (which will see new LP’s from The Demigodz & Army Of The Pharaohs and more) he gets in the X-Mas spirit with this new leak and he runs thru a wish of X-Mas wishes that most B-Boys & Girls can co-sign.
Produced by Scoop Deville.
In the year of ’94, Jeru redefined the meaning of underground buzz with his debut single “Come Clean”, a very dark song which circulated heavily to build momentum and introduce the world to his brutally honest approach towards attacking the fakes and frauds of Hip Hop culture.
In this interview, Jeru explains the deeper meaning of “Come Clean” to Big Lez of Rap City on a sunny New York City day. Take a look back to the debut of an artist who brought his own view of knowledge, wisdom and understanding of the world around him into Hip Hop.
As you can assume by the title, DJ Soul gets on the 1′s and 2′s for New York to Cali for a mixtape dedicated to the collaborations we’ve seen over time that featured artists from both, the West Coast and East Coast.
Presented by The Hundreds clothing.
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Subsoniq Radio Presents highlights from the 2011 “DC Loves Dilla” benefit concert at the 9:30 Club. Hear live performances of classic J Dilla tracks by The Pharcyde, Gods’illa, Flex Matthews, Ken Starr, DJ Roddy Rod, Kaimbr, J Laine & The Playas (the band) and more!
1. The Pharcyde Set (includes Dilla produced songs Bullshit, Runnin, Drop + more Pharcyde classics)
2. Flex Mathews – Stakes Is High
3. Gods’illa – Raise It Up
4. DJ Roddy Rod & Flex Mathews – F*ck The Police
5. J Laine (leader of the Players) “Whip Me With A Strap”
5. Kaimbr & Kenn Starr – (Busta Rhymes/Dilla set) – Just Another Day At The Range > What Up > Turn Me Up Some > So Hardcore
6. Memory Montage from Common, Busta Rhymes, T3 (of Slum Village), Pharoahe Monch, Questlove, Ghostface, Ali Shaheed Muhammad (from past Dilla specials on Subsoniq).
Harlem representative and founder of Rampage Global Sound DJ Rampage teams up with NYC-based apparel and designer toy brand Cookies N’ Cream to bring his fans his new mixtape, Sound The Alarm. Staying true to his roots, Rampage serves up a choice selection of modern tunes and riddims – Exodus, Zion Gate, Jah Army, Water Pumping, Cardiac String and Steel Strings. Sound The Alarm features all your favorite current Reggae artists such as Jr. Gong, Spragga Benz, Jah Cure, Tony Rebel and Sizzla, but Rampage also mixes in some new JA talent including I Octane, Jesse Royal and Kibaki. If you are looking for a fresh new Reggae mixtape for the collection, this one is for you.
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