Tuesday, 30 March 2010
2 NEW SOUL FOCUS RELEASES OUT NOW!
We've just unleased the 7th and 8th releases on the label and they're available now at Juno Download.
Both are very much on the funky/party breaks tip with a strong Hip Hop feel (as usual!) so if you're into Bomb Strikes, A Skillz or Kid Stretch make sure you check 'em out...
GO HERE TO LISTEN & BUY
Posted by step one at Tuesday, March 30, 2010 No comments:
Labels: Juno, Soul Focus
Sunday, 28 March 2010
Doo Wop, Akinyele, Fat Joe, Lord Tariq & Pretty Boy Floyd 'Gotta Go Down' (1995)
OK, so I didn't just drop a 4 figure sum on the Hip Hop collector's Holy Grail, but £3 did just get me a bootleg 12" that includes the b-side which did the rounds on the mixtapes back in the day...
Posted by step one at Sunday, March 28, 2010 3 comments:
Labels: Akinyele, Doo Wop, Fat Joe, Lord Tariq, Pretty Boy Floyd, vinyl rips
Monday, 22 March 2010
Shortee Blitz & TY on Kiss FM (1997)
Another Shortee Blitz guest mix on Kiss FM. This time its from 1997 and as a bonus TY is on the mic dropping a couple of freestyles.
Thanks to Crate Digga for sending this over.
Posted by step one at Monday, March 22, 2010 No comments:
Labels: DJ mixes, Kiss FM, Shortee Blitz, tape rips, TY, UK Hip Hop
Sunday, 21 March 2010
Green Lantern 'The Mix'
Bit of a strange one here. Its a 7 minute megamix of 90s classics by DJ Green Lantern, taken from this 12" which looks - and in places sounds - like a bootleg (it ends quite abruptly!). I suppose it could be that someone recorded Lantern's interlude slot on the Eminem tour one night and then pressed it up, adding some of the accapellas and instrumentals on the b-side. Either that or they just jacked his show vinyl and this is a straight copy. Anyway, it features Da Bush Babees, Nine, Mary J, Method Man, Craig Mack and Channel Live and its worth a listen.
Posted by step one at Sunday, March 21, 2010 5 comments:
Labels: DJ mixes, Eminem, Green Lantern, megamix, vinyl rips
Wednesday, 17 March 2010
Sunday, 7 March 2010
ONE YEAR OLD!
Its now 1 year since I started this blog. Can't actually believe I've managed to keep it going that long but obviously I had more than enough stuff to upload!
Thought it was only right to big up and thank everybody else who contributed material, reposted links, provided info, left comments and just generally spread the word: Big Ted, DJ MK, Mr Lawson, Mr Greedy, Crate Digga, Spine Magazine, The Martorialist, SOUL, DJ Books, Tapemasta, Dirt Dog and all the heads at the TROY forum and blog, DWG, Daily Diggers, Blufoot, Irish Craig, Junior Pepaseed, Pat Bateman, Jimbo Jones, Vaporized, Mike B, Cosmo Baker, DJ Mike Nice, Shortee Blitz, DJ Mystery, 7L, DJ Ev, Mark 563, Fallacy, Rodney P and probably a whole load of other people. Sorry if I forgot anyone.
Here's a couple of blends for you:
Pete Rock, Inspectah Deck & Kurupt 'Tru Masta'
(over Jadakiss 'We Gonna Make It' instrumental)
Juganot, Joell Ortiz & Uncle Murda 'En Why Cee'
(over Mobb Deep 'Quiet Storm' instrumental)
Posted by step one at Sunday, March 07, 2010 4 comments:
Labels: 1st anniversary, blends, DJ Step One, Inspectah Deck, Joell Ortiz, Juganot, Kurupt, Pete Rock, Uncle Murda
Saturday, 6 March 2010
Step One presents 'Illegal Remixes Vol 2'
The first volume of unofficial remixes that I dropped back in January proved quite popular so I've teamed up with the peoples over at TROY to bring you Volume 2.
There’s a good variety of flavours on this one, ranging from straight-up Hip Hop on the Meth, Xzibit and Mobb Deep tracks, to the reggae re-rubs of the Jungle Brothers and Fugees joints. The West Coast is represented on the ‘West Up!’ remix and the ATL gets a look in with 2 Outkast joints. As with the first set, some of these are ripped from vinyl, others have been posted on blogs and forums.
Posted by step one at Saturday, March 06, 2010 2 comments:
Labels: blends, DJ Step One, Remixes, TROY, vinyl rips
Thursday, 4 March 2010
DJ Camilo & Spin One 'Underground Funk'
Posted by step one at Thursday, March 04, 2010 7 comments:
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