Lord Rakim Radio Show #28

 

Lord Rakim Radio Show #28 – March 2019

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

39:25

LR radio 28 – YouTube

Digga breaks down BET AWARDS, brings on special guest LARGE PROFESSOR

Good interview with the Large Professor aka Extra P!

Yanadameen Godcast season 2, episode #018

In this weeks Episode of the Yanadameen Godcast, Lord Jamar is on vacation, but we still have a great show! Hip-Hop legend, Large Professor joins Rah Digga to talk about how he got his start in Hip-Hop. He speaks about producing for Eric B and Rakim, working with Nas, and growing up in Queens during the golden years of Hip-Hop. Continue reading

Big Daddy Kane & Kool G Rap Battle Song-For-Song Video

Dope!!!

Big Daddy Kane and Kool G Rap go back together more than 30 years. Since the mid-1980s, these two New York City lyricists were some of the most legendary components in Marley Marl’s Juice Crew. In 1986, Kool G Rap & DJ Polo let the world hear something special with “It’s A Demo.” One year later, on the same Cold Chillin’ Records imprint, Kane followed with “Get Into It” and “Raw.” Continue reading

Impact & Legacy: Salute to best FEMALE MCs and GROUPS ¦ The BEST of this era [Full Show] – YouTube

Yanadameen Godcast episode #024

Lord Jamar and Rah Digga continue the “Hiphop Conversations” series with another spirited debate on the legacy Lil’ Kim left in the game (0:42) before Lord Jamar names his top female MCs (8:57). Acknowledgement is given to the groups that shaped hiphop (26:54), the most impactful men of hiphop (50:31), as well as showing some love to acts from other regions besides New York (53:48). Continue reading

The Symphony 2016 ft Black Thought, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap & More

Black Thought recruits Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap, Craig G, Royce 5 9, Pharoahe Monch, Freeway and Smiff N Wessun to perform DJ Marley Marl’s The Symphony, during his live mixtape with J. Period at the 2016 Roots Picnic in New York City.

via The Symphony 2016 ft Black Thought, Big Daddy Kane, Kool G Rap