Ced Gee stops by #UniqueAccessEnt to discuss why he believes Scott La Rock was assassinated. The Ultramagnetic MC’s rapper also tells #SorenBaker about it being his fault he didn’t get production credit on Boogie Down Productions’ “Criminal Minded” album. Let us know what you think.
Sean Price & Illa Ghee – Good Lobster feat. Royal Flush Too $hort – Don’t Shoot feat. Schoolboy Q & Joyner Lucas Nine – Breathe feat. Kool G Rap & Smoothe Da Hustler Planet Asia – Mini Mansions feat. Rosati Royce Da 5’9 – Stay Woke feat. Ashley Sorrell Freeway – Cocaine White (feat. Fat Joe) Black Thought – Making a Murderer (feat. Styles P) Tragedy – Renoir Repertoire (feat. Hus Kingpin, Rozewood & Smoovth) Black Sheep – My Right Brain Phonte – Expensive Genes Kool G Rap & 38 Spesh – Upstate To Queens DJ Muggs – Assassination Day feat. MF DOOM & Kool G Rap
Yanadameen Godcast episode 164: He dominated the landscape while still in high school with hits like “I’m The Magnificent”, “The Mission”, and “I Got It Made”. Today he chops it up with the Yanadameen Godcast. Special Ed has entered the cipher.
I rereleased episode 02 without the commentary… just music!
J-Zone – 5 Years Later The Allies – Where Can I go Sean Price – Shake Down Muggs & GZA – General Principles L.E.G.A.C.Y. – Cold As The Butcher Celph Titled – Revaporate (Remix) Common – Bitch In You (Original Mix) Death Row – Smokin Blunts & Drinkin Tanqueray Ol Dirty Bastard – Snakes Jedi Mind Tricks – ??? Camu Tao as Blair Cosby – Fuckin Bitch Ass Niggas Nas – War Rapper Big Pooh – Between The Lines Wordsworth – Wild Life
A trip down memory lane… over 15 years ago I started this thing that ended up being the Lord Rakim Radio Show…. I had a hiphop site back then called the Main Ingredient and this was spun off of that.. I removed the commentary and just kept the music from this show Continue reading →
Yanadameen Godcast episode 161: OG Warren G enters the cipher and drops jewels: Witnessing NWA’s rise as a kid, growing up with Dr. Dre, the positive influence Suge Knight had on west coast hip hop, Nate Dogg’s contributions to the G-Funk era.
Manifesting. Building. Letting knowledge be born. In 1986, urban America (and a growing segment of the rest of the country) was experiencing and repeating the Supreme Mathematics of the 5% Nation of The Gods & Earths. But most of the fans who rhymed along with Rakim that there were “no tricks in ’86 — it’s time to build” from Eric B & Rakim’s breakout single “Eric B Is President“ had no idea of the meaning behind those words. MC Shan proudly proclaimed in the same year “I got the knowledge to know, the wisdom to speak, the understanding of my rhyme is at its fullest peak.” It was primarily youth in New York City and the surrounding Tri-State area who understood why Just-Ice referred to the Bronx as “Pelan” on “Going Way Back,” his classic 1987 single with KRS-One. Elements of the 5% have existed in rap music since Se’ Divine The Mastermind and Jus Allah The Superstar of The World Famous Supreme Team sang “Allah & Justice” on radio station WHBI in the early 1980s.