The “Joint Of The Day” belongs to those VA dudes WU-SYNDICATE….One of the better WU splinter groups, the duo has kept it consistent throughout the years- and on this cut “Elegance” they keep it explosive..
DJ OG-S just dropped the “Rhythm Killer” mixtape that is flooded with demos, promos, and rare jewelry….Scoop up the tape before they disappear for good homepiss!!!!
“Killer DOPE 47 min. mixtape from the golden era of early 90’s RAP.
12 demo + 4 promo cassettes were used, so you can have a listen to some previously unreleased material.
⋇ Limited Run (only 50 copies made)
⋇ 40 transparent color tapes [Normal Type I] + 10 special Yellow Color tapes [Normal Type I] First 10 buyers will get yellow tapes!)
⋇ High Fidelity Professional Audio
⋇ Duration 47 min
⋇ Mixed, composed, mastered & recorded by DJ OG-S
⋇ Artwork by Spek The Architek
⋇ Worldwide Shipping with tracking number
⋇ All tapes are sealed
Thanks for the support!”
When IZZY & MAJESTY (Da King & I) released “Contemporary Jeep Music” back in the early 90’s I had high hopes for the duo…The album showcased a penchant for stacked breaks, unpredictable breakdowns, and Izzy was actually nice with his pen…He flipped detailed street stories and sing-songey braggadocio rhymes with a unique, flair that was full of potential….
Somehow ROWDY Records dropped the ball and the rest is history..
FFWD-2020 MAJESTY has made a name for himself producing and IZZY is still clutching mics and going for his….I recently tracked down a somewhat recent interview with IZ that goes into detail about all types of things…
You want the Dub, you can’t handle the dub!!!!!
BUNNY LEE pulls out the bazookas on “Dubbing In The Front Yard & Conflict Dub”…
“Bunny Lee as producer. Prince Jammy as engineer. The Aggrovators making the tracks. It is the Holy Trinity of Jamaican Music. Throughout the years, recorded music has been shaped by some enduring partnerships between producer and engineer, such as Teo Macero and Fred Plautt for Miles Davis, Jerry Wexler and Tom Dowd for Atlantic Records, and George Martin and Geoff Emerick for the Beatles. But possibly none were as prolific as the collaboration between Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee and Prince Jammy at King Tubby’s Studio between 1976 and 1982.
In 1977 and 1982 respectively, Conflict Dub and Dubbing In The Front Yard were released in London as white labels in extremely limited quantities. The two LPs found the triumvirate of Lee, Jammy and The Aggrovators in perfect form with driving instrumentals, flashes of vocal beauty and mixes that ripped apart and rebuilt traditional notions of sonic structure. Due to the nature of their limited release (not to mention the lack of artwork and even titles) the two dub LPs quickly disappeared into that mythic realm of records whispered about by only the most hard-core reggae collectors”.
Psychedelic, haunting, off-kilter, innovative, challenging and original are couple words that come to mind after peeping this masterpiece by the late, great, KING TUBBY…
“Two Big Bull In A One Pen” is essential listening for any dub enthusiast- Do yourself a favor and check in troop.
1.King Tubby’s – Two Big Bull In A One Pen Dubwise 03:29
2.King Tubby’s – Body Crazy Dubwise 03:27
3.King Tubby’s – Is It Love I’m Feeling Dubwise 03:28
4.King Tubby’s – Tribulation Dubwise 03:19
5.King Tubby’s – Riddle Me This Dubwise 03:21
6.King Tubby’s – Follow Me Now Dubwise 03:04
7.King Tubby’s – Cater Fi She Dubwise 03:28
8.King Tubby’s – Don’t Touch My Choo Choo Dubwise 03:22
9.King Tubby’s – Ain’t Gonna Be No Loafter Dubwise 03:30
10.King Tubby’s – Monkey Sample Dubwise 03:40
My man from across the Canadian border DRK just put out this nice piece of heat with DNTE…When it comes to beats DRK always impressed me with his extra rugged, sinister approach to rocking…Never heard of DNTE before, but if this is any indication of what type of chemistry they are dealing with- I got my eyes peeled…
HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD TOP PICK- “Spin Saucer”.
Back to back DEBONAIR P post…
How can you go wrong with a playlist like this ? Strictly limited edition vinyl session jam packed with all types of flavors..
01. Godfather Don – 8 Million Stories
02. Sleestackz – Kings of Kaos
03. L-Fly – F What U Heard
04. Lord VI – Not Tonight
05. DNA – My Thing Iz Tight
06. Mister Voodoo – New York Straight Talk
07. The Legion – Straight Flow
08. Amp Boogie – 19 9000
09. Jam DOT – Off to the Races
10. Nick Wiz – Parkside Madness (Instrumental)
11. Doz Funky Bastards – Master Plan
12. Camp Lo – Coolie High (DJ Iron Remix)
13. Bushwick Clique – J-Sills Joint
14. Ran Reed – Boot In The Door
15. OC – Master Ya High
16. Emskee – I Get Down (Like This)
17. J-Force – Hit the Untrue
18. Reggie Capers – Full Metal Jacket
19. True Foundation – Complex Forms & Fashions
20. Mischievous LQ – Representing
21. Sparrow – Complex
22. Martyse – This is For The…
23. Example – 7-26-96
24. Down To Erf – Rhyme Training
25. World Renown – Long Gev
26. Raw Breed – Real Life
27. Litta Buggz – Trials and Tribulations
28. Mood – Mr Everything
29. Imperial – Sho Ya Right
30. L The Head Toucha – Rock On
31. Millenium – Hustler’s Etiquette
32. Lower Level – I Can Break It Down
33. Malik Turner – Hip Hop Homicide* CHECK TITLE
34. 12 Block – 4 Everybody
35. T-Max – We
36. Dan-E-O – Constipated
37. Sic Sense – Conscious Abduction
38. Deep In Da Circle – Provolone
39. New Testament – Let It Rain
40. Capone-n-Noreaga – Half A Mill
41. Laster – Elbow Room
42. Omniscence – Total Domination
43. Sons of Light – Luv Life
44. Minds of Sol – Ill Type
45. Terror Green – Dub
46. Black Prince & Aziatic – Lifestyles of a Rude Boy
47. Citizen Kane – Livin’
48. Hez – Mortals
49. Dyce – Vibe
50. Junior Mafia – Steal & Rob
51. Mytee G Poetic – Radio
52. Nomaads – We Be Gunnin’
53. Empty Pocketz – Ghetto Beat ’96
54. Pauly Yams & DJ Jazz – Hustle Trap
55. Sons of Sam – It’s Like That
56. Dungeon Lordz – The Cake Maker
57. S.L.I.M. Rockwell – What He Say
58. Speedknotz – Remember Me
59. Stezo – Shining Star
60. Mental Dimension – This Is How We Do (When We Ride)
61. Trends of Culture – What I’m Feeling
62. CDS – Ready for War
63. Mutha Goose Milita – Price of Fame
64. The Massive – A L L A H
Former DOWN TO ERF alumni, MATHEMATIK is back on the set for more 2020 action…This time around he links with Debonair P for solid results..
“One of the finest artists to emerge from the 90s independent hip hop scene, Toronto MC Mathematik stood out from the crowd with his reflective and intricately crafted wordplay on classic releases such as the Down To Erf EP and Ecology LP. This tradition continues on the H2O EP, featuring Math’s trademark meticulous flow over ethereal production from Debonair P.
Also available on vinyl from quality retailers!
released May 28, 2020
Written by Mathematik
Produced and Mixed by Debonair P
Mastered by Adam Boose”
When it comes to that off kilter, left field, abstract pattern shit- JIHAD’s name should pop up in the conversation..From the late 90’s up until now he has stuck to his guns without conforming, switching up, or even halfway flipping his script..Even though I prefer his THIRD SIGHT material over his recent solo stuff- he still laces his projects with enough creativity and originality to hold my attention..
This has to be the most extensive interview I have ever heard with LIL DAP..Props to those DROP A GEM dudes for keeping it popping in 2020..
You know what cracks me up ?
When dudes try to act like Jordan’s, Huarache’s, AF1’s, and a few other select Nike models are the only ones worth checking for…Even when it comes to Max’s you usually hear about 1’s, 95’s, and 97’s, but truth be told the 270 BOWFIN joints have some of the illest color schemes I have seen in a minute….
PLUS THEY ARE ACG TYPE RUGGED!!!!
BUCKWILD has been releasing a slew of music recently…Be on the lookout for the FULLY LOADED album on July 1st- the first leak features RIM & ROME STREETZ..
If your mix has “2 Of The Best” by BLACK I & SWIFF on it – you already get my full undivided attention…This strictly Canadian session by the CSA CREW should help boost up your Monday morale..
Naaah, Dis Tape Can’t Be From Canada?!! – Side C
1 Endangered Elements – Here Comes The Sun
2 Rascalz – Solitaire
3 Crooks Of Da Round Table – Day By Day, Knight By Knight
4 Maestro – Pushin’ Wiggz Back
5 20-Blo – Listen
6 Concrete Mob – Couldn’t See
7 Peach Tha 5ft Trooper – (Do You Like) Ma Flow Yo!
8 What The Hell – Young Girls
9 20-Blo – Cold Streets
11 Motion – Use What U Got
12 Supreme Hebrew Intelekt – Linguistiks
13 The Dope Poet Society – Too Many Years
14 Ghetto Concept – Much Love
15 Shades Of Culture – Island I’m From (Part II)
16 Brass Tacks – Dangerous Life
Naaah, Dis Tape Can’t Be From Canada?!! – Side A
17 MVP – Interlude
18 Dan-E-O – Mental Mirage
19 Theology 3 – Closed Captions
20 Birdapres & RKV – The Whereabouts
21 Cipher – Dues
22 Tha Good Sons – Numerous Ways
23 Rolo – Cain Game
24 Black-I Featuring Swiff – 2 Of The Best
25 Da Grassroots – Living Underwater
26 Wio-K – Sunlight
27 Thrust – Do You Understand (SCAM Remix)
28 Delphi Oracle Featuring Luminous – The Roughtalk
29 Saukrates – Get Touched
30 Rawline – Manifest Destiny
31 R-Kade – Realms Revisited
32 Citizen Kane – The Gambler
33 Mathematik – Formation
34 Redlife – Who’s Talking Weight
Nooferz · Naaah, Dis Tape Can’t Be From Canada?!! – C Side
It seems like every other week the trickery and fuckery reach astronomical levels…People are in a constant state of paranoia, depression, anger, fear and all types of awkwardness that I have yet to see in my lifetime thus far…America is literally burning..London is burning..
I recently expressed some of my frustrations regarding the “system” to my very wise mother who endured heavy turbulence during the civil rights era….She simply replied, “What are you going to do about it”?….
She was right…Fuck the talking, fuck the griping and debating with motherfuckers…Simply, “What are you going to do about it”?
With so much fluff and trendy nonsense going on in the so-called sneaker game- it’s nice to go back to the original recipe on some back to the future type shit..I’m talking Ellesse, Fila, Lotto, Asics, Le Coq Sportif, Travel Fox, and motherfucking Diadora….For instance these V7000xSlam Jamx Ronnie Sieg’s are straight up dangerous on many levels..
Go track down a pair and tell them the grimy kid from HIP HOP BATTLEFIELD sent you jack !!!!!