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” Rocksteady Frequencies “

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Do yourself a favor and check this “BOMBACLOT – ISLAND SOAK 2″ mix by J THE SELECTOR….Perfect for a long flight, daytime cruises through the city, backyard boogaloo sessions, chicken hawking, and all that other fly shit!!!

TRACKLIST-

1. “Dreader Than Dread” – Honeyboy Martin & The Voices
2. “That Girl” – Lloyd & Glen
3. “Let Me Come Home” – Hopeton Lewis
4. “Hot Reggae” – Byron Lee
5. “Below the Bassline” – Ernest Ranglin
6. “Ba Ba Boom” – The Jamaicans
7. “Hip Hug” – Slim Smith
8. “I’m the Winner – Roy Shirley
9. “Rocksteady Goodbye” – Ewan McDermott
10 “Run Run” – Delroy Wilson
11 “Feel Like Jumping” – Marcia Griffiths
12 “Move Over” – Prince Buster
13 “Selassie” – The Reggae Boys
14 “Tighten Up” – The Untouchables
15 “Ska Jam” – Tommy McCook
16 “Master Key” – Dennis Alcapone
17 “Decimal Currency” – The Blenders
18 “The Scorcher” – Errol Dunkley
19 “Cool It” – Dermot Lynch
20 “Doctor Sure Shot” – Dandy Livingstone
21 “Well Covered” – The Rulers
22 “Move All Day” – Roy Shirley
23 “Cool Collie” – Hopeton Lewis
24 “It’s Alright” – The Tartans with Tommy McCook’s Band

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” Dope Folks 2015 Mix “

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Damn Friday is here already….

Those DOPE FOLKS dudes are back on the set with some 2015 mix action….Over an hour of slept on jewelry, under the radar cuts, etc..

TRACKLIST-

1. OMNISCENCE — “Represent” from “Raw Factors Pt. 3″ (DF0054)
2. YOUNG ZEE — “Everybody Get (Q-Tip Remix)” from “Musical Meltdown Pt. 2″ (DF0051)
3. EXAMPLE — ft. D-Rose of Flow Factory “D.T.S.” from “Progressions: The Austin St. Suites” (DF0052)
4. RAST RFC — “Back in the Daze” from “Across West 3rd Street” (DF0059)
5. THA ALKAHOLIKS — “Mr. Troublemaker” from “Alkaholiks E.S.P. Demos” (DF0053)
6. MIC RIPPA — “96 Creamhunt” from “Mr. Mic Rippa” (DF0062)
7. DEEP IN DA CIRCLE — “Star of Da Show” from “Deep Waters” EP (DF0065)
8. RAS KASS, VOOODU!, ALMIGHTY ARROGANT, SAAFIR — “Handle the Truth” from “Pre-Soul On Ice Demos” (DF0060)
9. SIM CITY feat. ROC MARCIANO — “Sole Progression” from “Killed By Def Vol.3: SIM-E” (DF0055)
10. WILL VILL — “Outshine The Sun” from “The Arrival” Pt.1 (DF0058)
11. BLACK SHEEP — “Give it Up” from “Early 90’s Rarities” (DF0050)
12. DJ STITCHES & RHYME VALORE — “These Are the Dayz” from “Another Sleepless Night” EP (DF0060)
13. COURAGEOUS CHIEF — “Like That” from “The Birth of Popa Chief” (DF0062)
14. MONSTA ISLAND CZARS (KAMACKERIS) — “Mad World” from “The Come Up” (DF0056)
15. SNAFU! — “Blunt Smokers” from “Blunt Smokers 95-98″ (DF0066)
16. SCHOOL DAYZE — “Put Me On” from “Killed By Def Vol. 3: SIM-E” (DF0055)
17. DARC MIND — “Lyrical Blunt” from “Antediluvian Vol.2″ (DF0057)
18. WARRIORS OF SHAOLIN — “Network the Knowledge” from “Killed By Def Vol. 4: THE WHITE SHADOW” (DF0062)
19. DIVINE BEINGS ft. BLACK THOUGHT “We Can Get Fly” from “Whatever Tracks” (DF0048)

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” Pretty Tone Capone For President “

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I’m going to keep the 1991 theme rocking today…

Back in 1991 the Source Magazine released the “MAD FLAVOR VOL.1″ promotional comp sampler…There are some dope tracks on this joint amongst very questionable, sappy R&B cuts that get on my god damn nerves…

HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD TOP PICKS – Pretty Tone Capone – “Cant Talk Too Long On The Telephone”, Hard Knocks – “Nigga 4 Hire”, Cookie Crew – “Secrets”, Two Kings In A Cypher – “For The Brothers Who Aint Here”, Godfather Don – “Groove Ya”, PRT- “Self Styled Wisdom”…

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” DJ Yess & D.Crime – Time 4 Action “

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Years before REDMAN rocked the “Time 4 Action” steez, the roughneck duo from the UK (DJ YESS & D.CRIME) already flipped the same title with impressive results in 1990/1991..

*Classic footage on deck..

Peace to all the HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD readers in the UK..Stand the fuck up!!

” Tuesday Check In “

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Alright troopers…

I want to thank MF GRIMM, PEZO, FOODERZ, STATE, RIFF, AYATOLLAH, WICKED, MICKEY ROCKS, PDX, FUTURE SHOCK, WIDOWMAKERZ, and KBOO for rocking with us on the GMV3 release party / BATTLEFIELD FUNK RADIO SHOW (I will have a download link later on this week)….

Peace to everyone that came out – we appreciate it to the utmost…ALTER HA answered the trivia question, so hit me up and I will mail you a BATTLEFIELD goodie bag….

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Also, the VENDETTA BREAK scratch looper will be available at some point this week, so keep your eyes peeled…

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” Hip Hop Holiday “

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WHEW—

It’s going to be a wild weekend for Mr. HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD….I am venturing out of the confines of Vietnam, California to head up to Portland, Oregon (Home of Discogs, mad record stores, the infamous Adidas Campus, etc) for all types of activities..

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MF GRIMM, AYATOLLAH, PLANET ROCKS, FOODERS, STATE, RIFF MATH and myself will be holding court on the radio tonight for the return of BATTLEFIELD FUNK RADIO…You can catch the live stream HERE 8’oclock Cali time…Don’t sleep.

The next day we will be at FUTURE SHOCK for the release party for GOOD MORNING VIETNAM 3….So if your in the area make sure you come out because some explosive frequencies will be on deck troopers..

1L-
D

” Mane One – Full Metal Jacket Breaks “

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MANE ONE recently unleashed one of his mixes from the vaults (FULL METAL JACKET BREAKS)..Maybe we can get him to resurrect the SUPER B BEAT show this year…

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” Clever 1 : Cleverness “

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If you are an avid HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD reader, you already know that I have been rocking that BOOZE BROTHERS shit for awhile now…One half of the crew (CLEVER 1) blesses us with some 2015 barbarian rap..

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” Monday Check In “

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The South Bronx crate crasher DANNY DANN THE BEATMAN keeps the momentum extra heavy on this Afro Cuban Blues Band mix….

Catch a groove…

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” New Shit On Deck “

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Another Bornday shout goes out to MLK for trying to remain civilized amongst uncivilized behavior…Unfortunately 2015 resembles the 60’s in a myriad of ways regarding race relations in America….Don’t get it twisted – some things have changed, but we still have a LONG way to go before his dream will become reality…

Alright, I will save all that for another day….Here is some brand new 2015 heat – MIC HANDZ & GENERAL STEELE link up over ROC MARCIANO production on “Frontline”…Fresh is the word troopers..

” Happy Bornday “

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I want to send a major bornday shout out to my cuzzo PLANET ROCS (GFC / NS / GBK / WPZ)

While others throw in the motherfucking towel, we are going to keep riding regardless….Nuff respect to you brethren for keeping the flames burning, staying on your grizzly, checking suckers, uplifting the posse, and all that other wild Hip Hop shit…

Salute-
D

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” Rock Steady Steez “

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Grab your Red Stripe and take a listen to this “TRIBUTE TO ROCK STEADY” mix by King Waggy Tee if you know what’s best for you troop…

“King Waggy Tee earned the title of “King” by winning a prominent challenge entitled Florida’s Selector Clash 3 years in a row. This was an annual contest where the audience judged the criteria of a selector’s ability including BEST SELECTIONS, BEST STYLE, BEST EXECUTION & BEST PERFORMANCE for the night. This event was comparable to the likes of World Clash. The winner was crowned KING for that year. He also clashed & played alongside sounds like Body Guard, David Rodigan, Afrique, Inner City, Metro Media, Addies, Bass Oddysey, Stone Love, Renaissance, Poison Dart, Tony Matterhorn, Black Chiney, Code Red, Richie D and more.

King Waggy Tee has played at many of clubs in his hometown of Miami. He has always managed to keep the dance floor filled for over a decade at popular events that he played at. He has managed to maintain the title of the main attraction at most of the events he has worked up to date. He boasts the ability to play the whole night and consistently holds it down by himself. This has been proven to be true on many occasions. Today, he has partnered up with Scotch Bonnett, “a hype man” who works every Friday on WEDR. Over the years, Waggy has played at notorious hot spots like The Hungry Whale, Club Manhattan, the world famous 5th Street on South Beach , Strawberry’s in Hialeah, Club Castle, CoCo Bongo’s on South Beach, Lime Kendall, Cameo in Miami Beach, Planet Reggae, Deco Drive in Hollywood, Peppers in Ft Lauderdale , Da Palace, and Naked. Today, Waggy Tee schedule includes playing music in international arenas including the islands of the Caribbean, Europe and Japan. He still maintains his commitment to the South Florida FM waves each & every Friday night.”

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” Saturday Night Live “

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When it comes to rocking thorough mixes, DJ PHOREYZ is known for supplying the goods…Instead of going the typical selection route, he keeps things raw and unpredictable without being corny with it…..

On his site he has posted all types of material that will keep you occupied for a minute..

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” Yaggfu Front Steez “

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If I’m not mistaken YAGGFU FRONT was the first Hip Hop act from North Carolina to get a major record deal (Mercury Records)..Can you imagine a group as forward thinking as YF getting a major record deal in 2015 ?

Yes indeed times have changed, but lucky for us one of the founding members J BELS ROXWELL is still carrying the torch for the group…Head over to his Soundcloud page so you can scoop up new material, unreleased joints, YAGGFU mixes, instrumentals, etc…

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” Attack Of The Killer Demos : 14 “

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The overwhelming majority of the time I analyze a project from front to back before letting it fly on the BATTLEFIELD…But I will make an exception to the rule today…

I just got my paws on this ultra rare JACK THE RAPPER- PHAT TAPE 93 joint that is stacked with all types of demo action…..

“This previously mysterious tape immediately went to the top of my wantlist after hearing clips – there were just too many banging tracks with that perfect 1993 sound. Based on the beats, I was also under the impression that everything here probably came out of NYC. When I was finally able to find a copy and read the liner notes to fill in the gaps, I thought it was interesting first off to discover that these tracks came from all over the east coast and midwest… but also to discover that there is actually a good amount of history behind this compilation! For example, this tape features some of the earliest work of Blahzay Blahzay (here as Hostile Takeover) and DJ Spinna & the Jigmastas, as well as production by Eddie Matos, A.J. Woodson of J.V.C. Force, and a few artists with known indie 12″s out (Double Dose, Poppa Doo, Da Enna Cirkle).

Due to its super elusive nature, it’s still going to seem like a straight demo tape to me, and it basically was… these were all demo submissions to Jack The Rapper. But if that ’93 sound alone in the clips doesn’t make you NEED this, now its additional historical value has been revealed too… keep your eyes out for this massive tape!”.

Via- V12

*Update – After a few listens I would have to give the championship belt to “L.E.S NIGGAS”…

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