Friday, 26 February 2010
Bobby Konders - Capital Rap Show mix (1992)
Massive B head honcho and reggae don Bobby Konders in the mix on Tim Westwood's Capital Rap Show. Strictly early 90s ragga on this 30 minute set.
Big ups to Mr Lawson for hooking me up with the original tape.
Massive B website
Posted by step one at Friday, February 26, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Bobby Konders, Capital FM, DJ mixes, Massive B, Mr Lawson, reggae, tape rips, Westwood
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
Sound Awareness presents 'Get Up On It'
Wicked 80s mix, spotted at the Daily Diggers site
INTRO: JEWEL T
DIVINE STYLER Get On Up
BIG DADDY KANE Get Into It
BUSY BOYS That's The Flavor
KAY D & DJ STASH My Rhythm Is Kept
HOT DAY aka DANTE ft MYSTIQUE Get Nifty
ANTOINETTE A Is For Antoinette
STEADY B Turn It Loose
D MOET & XCALIBUR Goodfoot
THREE TIMES DOPE Giddy Up
THE AMAZING JEWEL T School Of Hardknocks
KING SUN Cold New Yorkin'
DOUBLE XX POSSE This Is Something Funky To Step To
THE JAZ Hypocritters
KOOL D & TECHNOLO G Go To Work
RAW CORP ft DJ LEN Trooper On The Mike
DR LUV & KEV-SKI Ain't Going Out Like That
PRIORITY ONE You Know The Outcome
DJ SCOTT LA ROCK & D NICE D Nice Rocks The House
TRAGEDY the INTELLIGENT HOODLUM Trag Invasion
More info here
Posted by step one at Tuesday, February 23, 2010 No comments:
Labels: DJ mixes, Sound Awareness
Monday, 22 February 2010
Shortee Blitz & DJ MK - J Dilla tribute mix (2010)
A Tribe Called Quest – Get A Hold – Jive
Jay Dilla – Make ‘Em N V – Grooveattack
Stylistics – Maybe Its Love This Time
Jay Dilla Ft Guilty Simpson & Madib – Baby – Bbe
Eddie Hazel – Frantic Moment
Jay Dee – Track 23 – Beat Tape
The Pharclyde – The Drop (Instrumental) – Delicious Vinyl
Phat Kat – Don’t Nobody Care About Us – House Shoes Recording
J Dilla – Fuck The Police – Up Above
Gary Numan – Cars
J Dilla – Trucks – Mca
J Dilla – Two Can Win – Stones Throw
Jay Dee – The $
Cris Williamson – Shine On Straight Arrow – Wolf Moon
Jaylib – The Red – Stones Throw
Raekwon – Baggage Handlers – Universal
Billy Paul – Let The Dollar Circulate – Assorted Music
Steve Spacek – Dollar – Sound In Color
Jaylib – Da Rawkus – Sound In Color
Jaylib – The Official – Stones Throw
Gap Mangione – Diana In The Autum Wind
Slum Village – Fall In Love
Busta Rhymes – So Hardcore – Elektra
The Jackson 5 – Dancing Machine – Epic
Q-Tip – Move – Universal
The Singers Unlimited – Clair
Slum Village – Players – Good Vibes
Herbie Hancock – Come Running To Me
Slum Village – Get Dis Money
A Tribe Called Quest – Jam – Jive
A Tribe Called Quest – Wordplay – Jive
A Tribe Called Quest – Stepping It Up – Jive
A Tribe Called Quest – Find A Way – Jive
Common – Cold Blooded – Universal
Q-Tip – Vivrant Thing – Arista
J Dilla – Light Works – Stones Throw
Jay Dee Ft Pharoach Monch – Love – bbe
Thomas Bangalter – Extra Dry
Slum Village – Raise It Up
Posted by step one at Monday, February 22, 2010 No comments:
Labels: DJ mixes, DJ MK, J Dilla, Kiss FM, Shortee Blitz
Sunday, 21 February 2010
Ian Charlton 'Attention Deficit Disorder' (2010)
This is a collection of remixes by Ian Charlton out of Colorado. You may already be familiar with his remix projects for Jay Z's 'American Gangster' and 'Black Album'. Here, he's used his own beats to rework tracks by the likes of Camp Lo, Mobb Deep, Nas and Outkast...
Posted by step one at Sunday, February 21, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Ian Charlton, Remixes
Tuesday, 16 February 2010
Jazzy Jeff, Common & The Roots live in Philly (1998)
A rare live freestyle session, courtesy of Cosmo Baker
"I came across this mix today. It's a live recording from me and Rich Medina's old party The Remedy back from 1998. This snippet is recorded live from the club with DJ Jazzy Jeff on the wheels with Black Thought, Common, Rehani and more spitting freestyles over "Love Rap" and "Mardi Gras." It's kind of the hottest schitt you never heard before (this is the first time it's ever being put out there.) But yeah, this is how we used to get down." - Cosmo Baker
Posted by step one at Tuesday, February 16, 2010 2 comments:
Labels: Common, Cosmo Baker, Freestyles, Jazzy Jeff, live, The Roots
Monday, 15 February 2010
Soul Focus vs Uptown 'Dope On Plastic' remix (2009)
Someone with more free time than me uploaded one of our tracks to youtube...
BUY THE MP3 HERE
BUY THE MP3 HERE
Posted by step one at Monday, February 15, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Remixes, Soul Focus, Uptown, video
Sunday, 14 February 2010
DJ S&S and Craig G 'Niggas Dont Give A Fuck' (1996)
I played this one to death back in the day. Alot of the tracks on here were exclusive to this tape and I ended up buying most of them when they dropped.
Posted by step one at Sunday, February 14, 2010 4 comments:
Friday, 12 February 2010
Funkmaster Flex - 'The RZA Hits' megamix (1999)
6 minutes of Flex cutting up a load of the Wu's early material. Taken from this promo 12".
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Labels: Funkmaster Flex, megamix, RZA, vinyl rips, Wu Tang
Thursday, 11 February 2010
Roc Raida & DJ The Boy 'Tales From The Flip pt 2' (1997)
Nice mix of indie/underground bangers from 1997 on this mix by Roc Raida (RIP) and DJ The Boy.
Pretty sure this has been on the net before but as its one of the tapes I borrowed from DJ MK's collection, I thought I may aswell rip it and hook up a fresh link.
01. Send the Word
02. Train'n With Roc Raida & The Boy
03. X-Ecutioners - Raida's Theme
04. Company Flow - Vital Nerve
05. Mos Def - Universal Magnetic
06. East Flatbush Project - Tried By 12
07. Rasco - The Unassisted
08. Gang Starr - You Know my Steez
09. Rakim - It's Been a Long Time
10. Busta Rhymes - Rhymes Galore
11. Brick City Kids - Brick City Kids
12. Solo Transfer
13. Rob Swift's Words Of Wisdom
14. Cru - Armageddon
15. Company Flow - 8 Steps To Perfection
16. Dilated Peoples - 3rd Degree
17. Kool Keith - Get Off My Elevator
18. Ultra - The Industry Is Wack
19. Flow - B-Boy Zulu Gremlin
20. Mike Zoot - Service
21. Rugged Brood - Lookout
22. X-Ecutioners - Countdown
Posted by step one at Thursday, February 11, 2010 2 comments:
Labels: DJ mixes, DJ The Boy, MK's collection, Roc Raida, tape rips
Saturday, 6 February 2010
Chubby Kids on Kiss FM with Jehst, Supa T, DJ MK, Kyza, Blufoot, Mystro & Beni B (2002)
Whole heap of people in the studio on this one and some dope tunes aswell!
Jehst, Kyza & Supa T (aka Sundragon) are up there promoting 'Its All Live', their collaboration with DJ MK & Harry Love, which went on to be a massive track that year.
Mystro & Blufoot are also in the house and there's a nice freestyle session to finish things off (my tape cuts out a bit early unfortunately).
Also on the show, Beni B of ABB Records passes through and Blitz and Big Ted drop new tracks by Kool G Rap, Dilated Peoples, Tony Touch and Wu Tang.
Posted by step one at Saturday, February 06, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Beni B, Big Ted, Chubby Kids, DJ MK, Freestyles, Jehst, Kiss FM, Kyza, Shortee Blitz, Sundragon, tape rips, UK Hip Hop
WC, Mack 10 & Ice Cube 'West Up!' (Soul Focus re-fix)
Here's a nice blend cooked up by DJ Mystery (one half of Soul Focus). He's taken the beat from Ice Cube's 'You Know How We Do It' and stuck the acapella of the WC/Cube/Mack 10 collabo 'West Up' over the top. Simple but effective. There's even a nice extended intro for the DJs...
Posted by step one at Saturday, February 06, 2010 1 comment:
Labels: blends, DJ Mystery, Ice Cube, Mack 10, Soul Focus, WC, West Coast, Westside Connection
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
Shortee Blitz on Kiss FM (1996)
Before Shortee Blitz got his own slot on Kiss FM he used to do guest mixes on Max & Dave's show. This one is from 1996 (I think) and features music by INI, Gauge, Mike Zoot & Mos Def, Rasco and Pete Rock.
Shout out to Crate Digga for sending this over.
Posted by step one at Tuesday, February 02, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Chubby Kids, DJ mixes, Kiss FM, Max N Dave, Shortee Blitz, tape rips
Fallacy - Graceful In Death EP (2010)
I'm breaking tradition here as I never promote new releases on this blog but as Fallacy is one of my favourite MCs I thought I'd make an exception.
This is a solid EP, every track is a banger, and at £3 its money well spent.
GO AND BUY IT HERE
Rumours (and the title!) suggest this might be his last release. I really hope thats not the case. Maybe if enough people support we'll get a part 2?
Posted by step one at Tuesday, February 02, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Fallacy, UK Hip Hop
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