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

Lord Rakim Radio Show 02 – March 2006 – YouTube

I rereleased episode 02 without the commentary… just music!

 

March 2006

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

54:41

Lord Rakim Radio Show 02 – March 2006 – YouTube

 

Planet Asia & DJ Concept – The Festival (feat. Sean Price & DJ Devastate)

Dopeness…. RIP Sean P

Armed with bully raps, huge production, and a long list of quotables, Planet Asia and DJ Concept deliver their latest leak, “The Festival,” featuring DJ Devastate and the late Sean Price.

The ‘Seventy Nine’ slapper bursts out of the gate with a verse from P that’ll remind you just how gifted he was as an emcee. His bravado was weighted by an amazing sense of humor, which he displays with bars like, “Ni**as said they ready to rob but they’re car in park/ Bullsh*ttin’/ Never excellin’, sellin’ wolf tickets.” It’s only right that Planet Asia follows suit, dishing out verbal darts like, “Ni**as mad ‘cause the b*tches on us/ We in and out the Ubers with the pistols on us.”

Making the cipher complete is DJ Devastate, who uses his turntables to blend samples of Defari and the Alkaholiks with original lines from Planet Asia. It all makes for a massive track primed for festivals and tour shows alike, as P watches over with his trademark smirk.

“The Festival” is now available for download off the iTunes’ album pre-order of ‘Seventy Nine.’ The album drops March 25th and will be available for download through all major digital retailers, and can be purchased on CD as well as limited-edition gold vinyl, via Coalmine Records.

‘Seventy Nine’ Tracklist:
01. Seventy Nine (Intro) [feat. DJ Revolution]
02. Valuable Metals (feat. DJ Pain 1)
03. The Expo (feat. TriState)
04. International (feat. Marvelous Mag)
05. This is Fresno (Interlude)
06. The Festival (feat. Sean Price

via Planet Asia

Listen to the Best Hip-Hop of September 2015 in One Playlist (Audio)

Sounds like a pretty dope playlist….

As the Fall set in, the hot Hip-Hop continued to flow. September brought not one, but two songs from the elusive DOOM, one of LL Cool J’s strongest verses in years, a power collabo between Nas and Scarface, an unreleased track from Jay Electronica, Redman’s release from his forthcoming album Mudface, new music from Fundadelic featuring Kendrick Lamar, an open letter from Joe Budden to Eminem, and a hosts of songs from The Game’s highly-anticipated The Documentary 2.

Here’s a playlist featuring music from those artists, as well as Talib Kweli, Sean Price, Freddie Gibbs, Your Old Droog, Anderson .Paak, Ace Cosgrove, Logic, Chris Rivers, King Los, Sadat X & El Da Sensei, Blu, Sheek Louch & Pusha T and many more.

via Kendrick Lamar Is Performing Several Dates With Jay Rock and a Full Band (Video).