Wednesday, 12 September 2012

ABU! Guest Spot On The Hip Hop Sessions - Sept 2012

I had another guest appearance on DJ Just-1's weekly radio show yesterday evening and played a bunch of 90's hip hop, Electro and funk for an hour.

The download is below and is very recommended - not just for my tunes - as Just-1 brought along some really great 12"s, rarities and just good music. My pick of the bunch was the Tat Money-produced Ebony Broadcast System - Just Made Da Mutha F_ka Up with it's riff of Run DMC's Here We Go - devastatingly fresh, I thought.

Remember, The Hip Hop Sessions with DJ Just-1 is on Future Radio every Tuesday 10pm - Midnight.

This session was broadcast on Tuesday 11th September 2012



01  Tragedy - At Large (DWG)
02  IBM Nation - This Is For The Nation
03  Ron B - Stitch By Stitch
04  T-Wiz - Good Thing Going
05  Men Of Respect - True Bad Boy

06  J-Roc - Drug Dealer
07  Chris Lowe - Midnight Blue
08  Baritone Tiplove ft Jollirock - Thinking About The Payback
09  Ebony Broadcast System - Just Made Da Mutha F_ka Up
10  Funky Natives - Warning
11  Chill Divine - Putting It Wildly


01  The BBC Rude Bwoyz Dem - The Party Is About To Begin
02  BDK - Raw
03  Caveman - I'm Ready
04  Icecube - Amerikkka's Most Wanted
05  Public Enemy - Can't Truss It
06  The Pharcyde - Return Of The B-boy
07  Cash Money & MC Marvelous - New Sheriff In Town
08  Stetsasonic - Just Say Stet  

09  DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince - Rhythm Trax House Party Style
10  Cecil Holmes Soulful Sounds - 2001
11  Le Par Bongo Rockers - Apache
12  Katzenjammers - Cars
13  Planet Patrol - Play At Your Own Risk (Instr) 
14  Afrika Bambaataa - Planet Rock (Instr)


Ric Flair said...

Wicked stuff as usual Reeps,
Gotta love starting out with "Ding Dong, Ding a Dong Ding", That's a Crooklynn party classic.

Repo said...

Like Fresh Prince once said, "is Crooklynn ready to have a party out there? Yeah, you know it, you know it".

The original party rekkid. Legend has it that Big Ted and Little Ted would run thangs with Humpty trying to get his groove on with Jemima at the renowned Playschool weekend parties. Hamble's turntable skills were well-known as were Brian Cant's off-the-dome freestyles. Sometimes Derek Griffiths would drop the ill beatbox while Fred Harris would scat like a madman accompanied by the fusion-jazz stylings of Jonathan Cohen on piano.

I know not where I am going with this.

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