Monday, October 30, 2006

More Duck Down & Boot Camp Shit!!

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2Pac - Buckshot - Steele

2Pac,Buckshot,Tek,Steele, & The Outlaws - One Nation These are the original recording's of the "One Nation" album. After Pac was released from prison in 96 he invited Buckshot & Smif N Wessun to his home on the West Coast to record an album to get the East & West reunited. For some reasons unknown the album was never released to the public. The cuts are a little rough but if your a big Pac & BCC fan you wont mind how raw it comes off. This is not for the average fan...only die hard headz will appreciate this joint. Smif N Wessun/9TH Wonder (Remix) EP This is a 5 track EP of Smif N Wessun tracks remixed by 9Th Wonder. This is weel worth a listen with the tracks Night Riders, Girls(With Sean Price), Fed Up(With Mary J), And my JAM the I Love You (Remix With Mary J).
Supreme - The Son Of Mary This is the better half of the Duck Down duo The Representitivz. I posted this way back in July when it came out but not to many headz where up on it then....It's a great Mixtape and deserves a download if your a BCC fan or not!
BCC And Justus League - North Carolina To Bucktown Another famous BCC & 9th Wonder callabo that way too many headz slept on. This has the feel of Buckshots Chemestry but with the entire BCC gettin there groove on...gotta peep this shit!!!
Starang Wondah - No Relation to Stevie This is a combo of new & old joints from everyones favorite Originoo Gun Clappa Starang Wondah. Im not sure why this head never mad a solo album. But if your a big OGC fan like my self it's a great taste of whats to come.
Rustee Jux - Slic Vic Da Ruler Rustee Jux is the next cat to blow out of the BCC. Buck, Sean Price, & Rock all drop a few verses on this mix CD. The beats are intoxicating & Jux's flow is on point. Ive been waiting for this cat to drop his solo joint for a minute....I heard it's comming some time after the new year. BEWARE OF THE JUX....kid is str8 Fire!!
(Passion Of The Price DVD part 1) (Passion Of The Price DVD part 2) This is an hour long DVD of The ODB of the BCC Ruck aka Sean P buggin the fuck out. It has some never before seen videos & interview on "the brokest rapper alive's" come up from Brownsville Brooklyn to the BCC stage.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Public Enemy....Hip Hops Most Dangerous Group!!

Hands Down PE is my favorite hip hop group of all time!!!These headz rewrote the rules of hip-hop, becoming the most influential and controversial rap group of the late '80s and, for many, the definitive rap group of all time. Building from Run-D.M.C.'s street-oriented beats and Boogie Down Productions' proto-gangsta rhyming, Public Enemy pioneered a variation of hardcore rap that was musically and politically revolutionary. With his powerful, authoritative baritone, lead rapper Chuck D rhymed about all kinds of social problems, particularly those plaguing the black community, often condoning revolutionary tactics and social activism. In the process, he directed hip-hop toward an explicitly self-aware, pro-black consciousness that became the culture's signature. Musically, Public Enemy were just as revolutionary, as their production team, the Bomb Squad, created a soundscape that relied on cut-and-paste techniques, unrecognizable samples, piercing sirens, relentless beats, and deep funk. It was chaotic and invigorating music, made all the more intoxicating by Chuck D's forceful vocals and the absurdist raps of his Hype man Flavor Flav.

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Yo Bum Rush the Show

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It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back

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Fear Of A Black Planet

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APOCALYPSE 91 The Enemy Strikes Black

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Greatest Misses

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Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age

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Theres a Poison Going On

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New Whirl Odor

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Rebirth Of A Nation

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Bring That Beat Back (Remix Project) Password: dkb19

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Universal Masters Collection
1. Welcome to the Terrordome
2. 911 Is a Joke
3. Bring the Noise
4. Don't Believe the Hype
5. Give It Up
6. Shut Em Down
7. Fight the Power
8. By the Time I Get to Arizonia
9. Night of the Living Baseheads
10. Nighttrain
11. Louder Than a Bomb
12. Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos
13. Prophets of Rage
14. Rebel Without a Pause
15. Bring Tha Noize - Anthrax, Public Enemy

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Slam: The Soundtrack

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Slam: The Soundtrack (1998)
I bought this soundtrack back in the day on the stregth of Black Rob's debut single "I Dare You". It was one of those jams that just sat on my mind for months. Representing the old school, there's Q-Tip, Brand Nubian, and KRS-One, who teams up with Saul Williams, a noted spoken-word artist and the film's star, who has appeared on both the Lyricist Lounge, Volume One and Black Whole Styles compilations. Then there's Big Punisher, Goodie Mob, Black Rob, Mobb Deep, and a surprisingly catchy Flipmode Squad. Still, the spoken-word interludes, taken from the film and performed by Williams, Sonja Sohn, Jerome Goldman, and Bonz Malone, put most all of the MCs to shame with it's intensity.

1. Cake B (Interlude) - Bonz Malone
2. Sex, Money & Thugs - Big Punisher
3. World I Know [Country Livin' Version] - Esthero
4. Thug Poetry - Noreaga
5. I Dare You - Black Rob
6. Ain't No Stoppin' - Product
7. Psychopath Nut (Interlude)
8. Hey - Q-Tip
9. Park - Coolio
10. D.O.P.E. (Drugs Oppress People Everyday) - Dead Prez
11. Why (Interlude)
12. Feel My Gat Blow - Mobb Deep
13. I Can See - Cappadonna
14. Time Is Running Out - Brand Nubian
15. Run Free (Interlude) - Sonja Sohn
16. Take a Walk in My Shoes - Baby Sham
17. Ocean Within - KRS-One
18. Galactic Funk [Live from the Black Hole Mix] - DJ Spooky
19. Sha-Clack-Clack (Interlude) - Saul Williams

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Soul In The Hole Soundtrack

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One of the greatest movie soundtracks of all time! You wont find another hip hop soundtrack or album with as many great artists on it like this. Every track is pure hip hop.
Soul In The Hole Soundtrack (1997)
1. The Game Of Life (Score) - Dead Prez
2. Diesel - Wu-Tang Clan
3. Against The Grain - Sauce Money
4. Ride - M.O.P.
5. You Ain't A Killer - Big Punisher
6. Los Angeles Times - Xzibit
7. Main Aim - The Dwellers
8. Rare Species (Modus Operandi) - Mobb Deep
9. High Expectations - Common
10. A Child Is Born - Brand Nubian
11. Won On Won - Cocoa Brovaz
12. Soul In The Hole - Wu All-Stars
13. Visions Of Blur - Darc Mind
14. Late Night Action - Orginized Konfusion
15. Your Life - O.C.

Monday, October 23, 2006

Some More Shit Ive Been Bumpin Lately

Group Home - Livin Proof In 1995 no one captured the sound of NY quite like Primo. He loaded this gem with his greatest beats and after all this time for a record like this to still be as revered and copied as it is, stands as a testament to his genius. From the thumping piano chords of "Livin' Proof" to the deep bassline on "Tha Realness", Preem can do no wrong.
Representativz - Angel Of Death "Alright it's time to show these niggaz who's the nicest Lyrics incisive I grip the mic like a vice grip " After spending a majority of their life growing up in Brooklyn, NY, MCs Lidu Rock and Supreme (From The Boot Camp Clik) Came more than correct on this debut Duck Down release.
Showbiz & AG - Runaway Slave I was happy to see the great KRS-One ranked this album #1 on top of his all time greatest hip hop records. Showbiz & A.G. brought a whole new style to the table, using upbeat, funky production layered with many horns and jazz samples without screaming jazz rap at you. The production is some of the best east coast production out there, it's so consistent and beautiful. Like with all the DITC albums, the lyricism is wonderful to listen to, always entertaining and often funny, always on a level you can feel.
Dj Premier - WBLS 107.5 Nov 11th 1994 This shit is just a little taste of DJ Premier live on WBLS 107.5 in the prime of his hip hop career. Tracks by The Roots ,Biggy, OC, Mobb Deep & so many more...go back in hip hop time & peep the master at work!!!!
Guru Presents - Illkids Records A rare collection of gems by Guru and his peoples. It features guests like Jeru, M.O.P, Group Home , and Bahamadia. Big Shug is on 2 tracks {Do what pays ya' & Momentum w/ Guru}. True Master from the wu shows up for a solo and truly brings that raw 95' wu style of beats.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Some Shit Ive Been Bumpin Latley....

These are just a few joints that have found there way back into my rotation the last few weeks. Some real slept classic albums & mixtapes ive grown to LOVE over the past few years....

El Da Sensei - The Unusual New Jersey honoree El Da Sensei from the group "Artifacts" has put together a project that epitomizes real raw hip-hop. Fifteen tracks, fifty two minutes of listening pleasure, remember those days? But being as he was prevalent in the golden era of hip-hop, when being a lyricist truly meant possessing a raw talent there is no reason why he would put out something that didn’t make us want to nod and smile smugly to ourselves.
Black Market Militia - Black Market Militia
Im a huge Tragedy fan so this was an automatic buy for me. Also a big Killah Priest and Timbo King fan, two really dope MC's that are better known for their Wu-affiliation but are doing big thangs on their own and drop alot of quality shit. I HIGHLY recommend this album for those who slept on it!! Sean Price - Dont Say Shit To Ruck Mixtape Sean P aka Ruck from Heltah Skeltah is one of my favorite artists from The Boot Camp Clik. I love his "Just Don't Give A Fuck" attitude. Drugs, Alcohol, Bitches, & his fun, party style of MCing is always welcome in my headphones & car stereo on the way to the bar. This Mixtape was the prelude to Munkey Barz...but plays like an official album release. Don't sleep on the "Brokest Rapper Alive" Redman - The Rare Remix Ep 12" 1. Tonight's Da Night Remix 2. Time 4 Sum Aksion Remix 3. Blow Ya Mind Remix 4.Rockafella Remix 5.. Whateva Man Remix

Friday, October 20, 2006

BDP & Duck Down

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Boogie Down Productions - Best of B-Boy Records

1. Poetry
2. South Bronx
3. 9mm Goes Bang
4. Word From Our Sponsor
5. Elementary
6. Dope Beat
7. P Is Free (Remix)
8. The Bridge Is Over
9. Super-Hoe
10. Criminal Minded
11. P Is Free (Original)
12. Advance
13. D-Nice Rocks The House
14. Say No Brother (Crack Don't Do It)
15. Criminal Minded Red Alert Mega Mix

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Rare Duck Down Joints Vol.1

1.Sean Price - Ruck Joint
2.Black Moon - How Many Emcees(Hatchet Mix)
3.Smif N Wessun - Super Brooklyn
4.Starang Wondah, Heltah Skeltah - Above Da Law
5.Sean Price, Agallah - Go Off
6.Sean Price - Don't Say Shit To Ruck
7.Smif N Wessun, Keith Murray - Pay Ya Dues
8.Sean Price - Giv'em The Business
9.Black Moon - Jump Up
10.Buckshot - Follow Me(Remix)
11.Heltah Skeltah - Dirtiest Playaz In Da Game
12.Louisville Sluggah & Black Moon - Come Get Some
13.OGC & Heltah Skeltah (Fab 5) - Doo Doo Mc's
14.Black Moon, Sean Price,& OGC - High Times
15.Buckshot & 2Pac - Lets Get It On
16.Smif N Wessun - Wrecognize (Remix)
17.OGC, Buckshot, Mobb Deep - Suspect Nigga
18.Supreame, Sean Price - Sean P
19.Heltah Skeltah, Planet Asia, Hi Tek - Underground Tactics
20. Smif N Wessun & Mary J - I Love You(Remix)

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

DJ Honda

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DJ Honda(Download)
1 Intro
2 DJ Battle
3 What You Expected (with Gang Starr)
4 Kill The Noize (with Problemz)
5 Dat's My Word (with Redman)
6 Straight Talk From NY (with Grand Puba, Sadat X and Wakeem)
7 Intro
8 Out For The Ca$h (with Al' Tariq, The Beatnuts, Fat Joe and Problemz)
9 Interlude (with Common)
10 Biz Freestyle (with Biz Markie)
11 Fuck Dat (with Black Attack)
12 International Anthem (with Tha Alkaholiks)
13 The End (with Al' Tariq)

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1 Roc Raida Intro
2 Trouble In The Water (with De La Soul)
3 5 Seconds (with Black Attack)
4 Hai! (with Sermon, Keith Murray and Redman)
5 Every Now And Then (with Infamous Syndicate)
6 Mista Sinista (interlude) (with Mista Sinista)
7 Team Players (with KRS-One and Doe-V)
8 On The Mic (with Cuban Link and JuJu)
9 For Every Day That Goes By (with The Rawcotiks)
10 WKCR (interlude) (with Stretch Armstrong)
11 Who The Trifest? (with The Beatnuts)
12 Talk About It (with Al' Tariq)
13 Blaze It Up (with Black Attack)
14 DJ Ev (interlude)
15 Go Crazy
16 Around The Clock (with Problemz)
17 When You Hot You Hot (with No.ID and Dug Infinite)
18 Interlude
19 Travellin' Man (with Mos Def)

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1 Intro
2 El Presidente (with Jeru the Damaja)
3 Live At Korea
4 Monsterz (with Saigon)
5 History (with Joosuc, Vasco and Defcon)
6 Hip Hop 101 (with PMD)
7 Act Like Ya Know (with Teflon)
8 Gun Hold (with M.O.P.)
9 Rock Da Crowd (with The Beatnuts, Buttah, Willie Stubs and Marly Gatz)
10 Gangsta (with Nashawn)
11 Aladdin (with DJ Aladdin)
12 Life Shit (with Black Attack)
13 Real To Me (with Triple Seis, Headcrack and Miss Jones)
14 Foundation (with Mos Def)

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Reason Soundtrack(Download)
1. Reason / Warning
2. Mad Drama (Feat. Lex Diamonds, GDX, Twigy)
3. Everlasting (Feat. Ghetto & Blues)
4. Infamous (Feat. Infamous Mobb)
5. Reason Preview
6. Monsterz (Feat. Saigon, Takuro & Hisashi)
7. Reason/ Europe Live
8. Beginning To End (Feat. PMD)
9. Gangsta (Feat. Nashawn)
10. Victory (Feat. Wolfgang Aka K-Solo)
11. Reason/ Korea 2001
12. History (Feat. Joosuc, Vasco, Defconn)
13. Rep Da R.I (Feat. Black Attack)
14. Reason Epilogue

Monday, October 16, 2006

Da Beatminerz

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The 5 member Evil Dee & Mr. Walt along with Baby Paul, Rich Blak, & Chocolate Tye came together in the late '90s to rejuvenate hip-hop with their purist aesthetics, which looked back to the genre's pioneering New York-based producers rather than the contemporary synthesizer-based sounds that were suddenly becoming the norm. The five group members, led by brothers DJ Evil Dee and Mr. Walt, honed their beat-making skills individually before joining forces and crafting the collective's trademark "boom bap" sound: an emphasis on the bottom end, the bass lines, the hard kicks, and the snares.

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Fully Loaded With Statik (2004)
1. Are U Ready? (Turn It Up!) – Feat. Lord Sear 2. Let’s Go – Feat. KRS One 3. It’s Not Enough – Feat. Wordsworth and Last Emperor 4. O (11.9) – Feat. J-Live 5. Live From Master Control – Feat. Dilated Peoples, 6. Charlie 2na, and Wordsworth 7. Hip-Hop (The Essense) – Sha Lumie 8. Feedback – Feat. Krumb Snatcha 9. Mafia Don – Feat. Last Emperor 10. U..., Me..., All Ov Us – Feat. Jean Grae 11. Check 1...2... - Feat. Larry Thomas, Posion Pen 12. Karniege, and J-Zone 13. Pull Your Card - Mystic 14. That’z Y – feat. David Banks 15. Came To Do – Feat. Wordsworth 16. Outro (Turn It Up!) – Feat. Terrell Rowell

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Brace 4 Impak (2001)
1.Intro / Live & Direct / Brace 4 Impak - Lord Tariq , Royce Da 5'9" 2.Devastatin' ..... That's Us!- Black Moon , Lord Have Mercy 3.Hell Yeah, Oh Yeah - Shadez Of Brooklyn 4.Hustler' s Theme - Last Emperor 5.Bentleys & Bitches - Jayo Felony , Ras Kass 6.Best At That - Diamond 7.Extreme Situation - Blackheart Scavangers , Cocoa Brovaz 8.Open - Pete Rock 9.Take That - Flipmode Squad 10.Drama - Shadez Of Brooklyn 11.The Anti-Love Movement - Talib Kweli 12.How We Ride - Freddie Foxxx , Heather B. 13.Shut Da Fuck Up - Apani B. Fly , Jean Grae 14.Thug Love - Naughty By Nature 15.Let's Talk About It (T.R.O.Y. Remix) - Krumbsnatcha 16.Ghetto 2 Ghetto - Cordell , Tefelarn
Brace 4 Impak (Instrumentals)

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Krumb Snatcha

Boston's Krumb Snatcha (Demetrius Gibbs) debut single "Closer to God," produced by DJ Premier has sold over 15,000 units. He was the first independent artist to receive The Source’s Hip-Hop Quotable of the Month for his verse on(“Make Em’ Pay”) on Gang Starr’s gold selling Moment of Truth. Check out this 3CD greatest hit's of a true slept on hip hop soldier....
Greatest Hits Volume 1
Greatest Hits Volume 2
Greatest Hits Volume 3

Monday, October 09, 2006

PMD (Parrish Smith)

PMD, Parrish Smith (aka the Mic Doctor aka The Pee MD) One Half of the legendary hip hop group, EPMD (Eric and Parrish Makin Dollars) with Erick Sermon. The duo split in January of 1993, under controversial circumstances. According to interviews in The Source and Rap Pages, in late 1991, Smith’s house was burglarized by armed intruders. According to Smith, in the ensuing police investigation, one of the apprehended culprits supposedly gave up Sermon’s name as having allegedly paid them to do it. Sermon was arrested and briefly detained for questioning, but no charges were filed. They got back together for a few more album but the duo never regained that fire they had in the past.

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Shadé Business (1994)

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Business Is Business (1996)

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W/DJ Honda - Underground Connection (2002)

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The Awakening (2003)

Thursday, October 05, 2006


Paris hails from the San Francisco Bay Area and was catapulted into the national scene in 1990 "The Devil Made Me Do It" and album of the same name. Since then his uncompromising stance on political issues and biting social commentary have both aided and hindered his quest to bring solid music and messages to the masses. When his second album, Sleeping With The Enemy was ready for release in 1992, Paris was dropped from now-defunct Tommy Boy Records and distributor Time Warner when they discovered its incendiary content - content which included fantasy revenge killings of then-President Bush and racist police officers. Rather than buckle under pressure, he released the LP himself on his newly-formed Scarface Records to major sales and national acclaim.

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The Devil Made Me Do It (1990)

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Sleeping With The Enemy (1993)

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Guerrilla Funk (1994)

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Unleashed (1998)

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Paris - Hard Truth Soldiers Vol.1

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Sonic Jihad (2003)

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Rebirth Of A Nation w/Public Enemy (2006)
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