It never rains it pours. So much happening on this show. Mike Who returns after being in Chile for a year. Spit Syndicate do one of their best live performances on the show to date. We talk rugby and 4 Loko adventures with Smoke Dza, then he totally kills it on a Biggie instrumental. All of this smack bang in the middle of supporter drive.
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Shinehead – Jamaican In New York (LP Version)
Busta Rhymes – Woo Star
Sean Paul – Infiltrate
Buju Banton – Beat One
Cecile – Miss Dynamite
Missy Elliot – Get Impeccable (Heatwave Refix)
Urthboy – The Signal
Hell Razah, Talib Kweli And Viktor Vaughn – Project Jazz
Radiohead – Video Tapez (Amp Live Remix ft. Del the Funky Homosapien)
Aesop Rock – Daylight
Jean Grae – Don’t Rush Me
Dead Prez – Walk Like A Warrior (Ft Erykah and Krazie Bone)
Kendick Lamar – Maad City ft MC Eiht
SMOKE DZA INTERVIEW
Smoke Dza – 4 Loko ft ASAP Rocky
SMOKE DZA INTERVIEW AND LIVE FREEEEEE
Smoke Dza – Independence Day ft Al-Doe & Styles P
Beenie Man – Let’s Go To The Beach (DJ Theory Edit)
Popcaan – The System (Loudspeaker Riddim)
Machel Montano – Go Down (Loudspeaker Riddim)
Pipekid – Bionic Ras Riddim Freestyle (Mike Who Special)
SPIT SYNDICATE INTERVIEW
Spit Syndicate – Beauty In the Bricks
SPIT SYNDICATE LIVE FREESTYLE
Spit Syndicate – Set The Record Straight ft Fame
Kendrick Lamar Recipe ft and Dr Dre
It is debatable whether he is the best to ever do it, but he has definitely been consistent and outlasted many of his peers. He has come a long way from crack cocaine raps to becoming a respectable member of the establishment rubbing shoulders with dignitaries such as Prince Charles and President Obama. In my opinion a key part of his success has been a good ear for hip hop production. With so many hits and so many sweet as soul samples, Naiki’s tribute mashing up Jay-Z classics and the original samples was as killer as predicted.
Jay-Z and Marvin Gaye – Hello Brooklyn (ft. Lil Wayne)
Marvin Gaye – Sexual Healing
Rick Ross – Amsterdam
Rick Ross – Amsterdam (Sticky Stockholm Re-Edit)
Donaeo – Move To Da Gyal Dem
Diafrix – Helicopter (Mat Cant Remix)
Turntable Dubbers & Sebski feat Top Cat – I Like Your Style (Warrior One remix)
Sampology – Around the Globe (feat. Serocee)
Mungo’s Hi Fi – Soundboy Police (feat. Soom T)
Super Cat – Dance Inna New York
Nas – The Don
Sky’high – Don Dada
Spit Syndicate – Beauty In The Bricks
DJ NAIKI – JAY-Z vs ORIGINAL SAMPLES MIX
Jay-Z – Can I Live
Jay-Z – Feelin’ It (feat. Mecca)
Ahmad Jamal – Pastures
Lonnie Liston-Smith – A Garden of Peace
Jay-Z – Dead President
The Stylistics – Hurry Up This Way Again
Jay-Z – Politics As Usual
Gladstone Anderson – Mad Mad Ivy
Jay-Z – Already Home (feat. Kid Cudi)
Bobby Bland – Ain’t No Love In The Heart of The City
Jay-Z – Heart Of The City
MFSB – Something For Nothing
Jay-Z – What More Can I Say
Labi Siffre – I Got Blues Street Watching
Jay-Z – Street Is Watching
Wet Willie – Beggar Song
Jay-Z feat. Kid Capri & Liz Leite – It’s Like That
Jay-Z – So Ghetto
Ennio Morricone – Sporco Ma Distinto
Bee Gees – Love You Inside Out
Jay-Z – Honey
Ohio Players – Ecstacy
Jay-Z – Brooklyns Finest (feat. Notorious B.I.G.)
Rick James – Moonchild
Jay-Z – You’re Only A Customer
Johnny Pate – Shaft in Africa
Jay-Z – Show Me What You Got
Justice – D.A.N.C.E. (Live Version)
Jay-Z – On To the Next One (feat. Swizz Beatz)
Jay Z ft Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind
The Delfonics – Love On A Two Way Street
Tom Brock – There’s Nothing In This World That Can Stop Me From Loving You
Jay-Z – Girls, Girls, Girls
Hossam Ramzy – Khusara, Khusara
Jay-Z feat. UGK – Big Pimpin’
Jackson 5 – I Want You Back
Jay-Z – Izzo
Jay-Z – Anything
2Pac – Me And My Girlfriend
Jay-Z Ft. Beyonce – Bonnie And Clyde
Kendrick Lamar – Compton ft Dr Dre
Blu & Exile – Growing Pains
J Dilla – The $ (Madlib Remix)
Oh No – Move (Feat. Roc C)
Urthboy – Clean Slate ft Delta
Listen: Girls – It’s A Hard Knock Life
Listen: Jay-Z – Hard Knock Life
Listen: Ohio Players – Ecstacy
Listen: Jay-Z – Brooklyn’s Finest ft Notorious B.I.G.
Here at Stolen Records we endorse Global Bass and club goodness and of course pointy boots. Check the Vbs tv special for a mildly informative look into why these kids are getting their rave on in oversized pointy boots.
The 3ball sound has been bubbling along in Mexico City and Monterrey for a while with cross over love throughout Mexico. Fronted up by seemingly well known wunderkind Erick Rincon, Rincon and a whole bunch of other young kids are making fun tunes for anyone game enough to play them in the club. Here are some jams on a similar tip I wish I could play out but probably never will.
MP3: Erik Rincon – Muevelo y Goza (Arcosabados mix) | iTunes
MP3: Dj Alan Rosales – No Debiste feat Osa manosa (Warmits)
Also here is an older tune from super talented Melbourne Homie Lewis Can Cut with a remix from Chico Ye. This tune made me start checking for this sound a while back and is definatly club friendly banger.
Grab your bourgeois bitch killer and lick a shot in the sky, because militant pinko rap cadre, Dead Prez come on the show to rally up the troops. Californian DJ guy, Lino Type (Not of the Do-Over) also gets in the mix.
The Revolution is coming! 10 seconds. Tell your bossman start running. Brrrttttttt!
Dead Prez, Jorge Ben Jor, Talib Kweli, Bilal & Positive Force – Shuffering + Shmiling
Jay-Z Feat. Fela – Roc Boyz (MikeLove’s Nigerian Gangster remix)
J.Period & K’NAAN – Let Me Introduce Me (Messengers Remix)
Sade – By Your Side (Cottonbelly’s Fola Mix) ft 13th Son
Dead Prez – Radio Frequency
Mista Savona – Mona Lisa Holla
Spooky Tooth – The Mirror
Atmosphere – Trying To Find A Balance
Childish Gambino – Freaks & Geeks
Mon’wel – Buggin’ (rmx) f. El Prez & Fresh Daily
MED – Where I’m From Ft. Kurupt & Aloe Blacc
Pharoahe Monch – Clap (One Day) Ft. Showtyme And DJ Boogie Blind
U-N-I – Donkey Kong
Lykke Li – I Follow You (Tyler The Creator Mix)
Dead Prez Interview Part 1
Dead Prez – Walk Like A Warrior
Dead Prez Interview Part 2
Dead Prez – Fuck The Law
Dead Prez Interview Part 3
Dead Prez – Summer Time
Urthboy – Shruggin ft Jane Tyrrell
DJ Lino Type Talking Blah Blah!
Onra – Raw
Danny Brown – Guitar Solo
Pharoahe Monch ft. Styles P & Phonte – Black Hand Side
Big K.R.I.T. – King’s Blues
Frank Ocean – Swim Good
DJ Cam Feat. Cameo – Love Junkee (Dilla Vocal Remix)
MellowHype ft. Tyler the Creator & Mike G – BlaccFriday
Lil B – Motivation
Raekwon ft. Method Man – Every Soldier In The Hood
Baby Huey – Hard Times
Dela ft. Blu – Lucys&LooseLeafs
Ghostface ft Black Thought – In Tha Park
These photos were too funny not to blog. A while ago an old friend of mine, Astrid posted these shots on her facebook. Yes that is me in the orange Lowes jumper performing at Eastgarden’s shopping centre. With lyrics like “It ain’t easy being on social security. So they consider me, a burden to society”, I was an instant hit amongst local shoppers that flocked with groceries in hand.
Adidas and Nike jumpers, awful undercuts with long fringes, high waisted jeans, but I think what makes these photo collages so perfect is Astrid’s Catholic School Girl meets Graffiti style of writing. Awesome to the power of infinity plus one.
Competition: What were you wearing in the 90s?
Send your photos to email@example.com and I will repay you with a signed and framed photo of Janet Jackson or Aaron Hall much like this one from MC Hammer and take you out to dinner or something.
Sleep standing outside Shinjuku Station. Proof the Japanese can nap anywhere.
Brisky Lazer Guns. One of the all girl groups I saw at a night called Girls Power.
There is not an object that can't be converted into a cute animal. Council workers any where else would find this equipment too emasculating. Imagine trying to wolf whistle at a girl, while leaning on one of these.
Much like how African Americans have reclaimed the 'N-Word'.
キノコホテル (Kinoco Hotel). An all girl Japanese Garage Rock band.
Woah! Really putting it out there dude. I hope you can back it up.
Japan. Crazy, huh? I hear they sell orphan babies in vending machines and Hello Kitty is President. I went there once. These are some of the photos I took on my brother’s shitty camera before it’s battery ran out and I couldn’t recharge it. Some of them are even semi in focus.
I was at an all girls rock night in Shinjuku and was having one of those “I’m spending way much money” moments. In hindsight I should have bought one of the CD’s these Kinoco Hotel girls were peddling, but in lieu of having some of their music to share, I have posted something of a similar vain.
The 220.127.116.11’s, are probably the best known of the Japanese all girl Garage Rock bands. Their music is reminiscent of American Surf Rock, Rockabilly and Garage Rock, they also cameo in Kill Bill and they can’t sing L’s. I Ruv You!
Looking for Tokyo nightlife? Other than asking in record stores, Metropolis and Time Out Tokyo is a great start. And for fantastic food options and a couple of ultra trendy hipster bars follow Fashimi on her super hot and cute blog and twitter.
Update: Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Meltdowns and now possible Volcanic activity. You should help out at least just a little. Donate at redcross.org or redcross.org.au
Shantan is probably going to hate on me for posting my nostalgic scratch nerd biz on here. But for all of those who haven’t seen these they are killer.
I can only imagine how many way to over the top Hip Hop heads would have populated Scribble jam back in the day.Homeboy Skratch Bastid takes the piss and the money oh so well.
This is also very worthy footage from 6 years ago now. These Frenchmen changed the game, bringing back music and funess to the lame world of DMC battles.