Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Playlist from Aug 12th - New Dilated Peoples, DJ O stops thru and we pay tribute

Glad to finally get DJ O on the show tonight and he rocked it. We dropped the new Dilated Peoples album and we played the music that needed to be played. RIP MB.

Listen to Those Hip Hop Guys from Aug 12th


KRS One “Sound of the Police” from Sound of the Police - Single

Dilated Peoples “Cut My Teeth” from Directors of Photography (2014)
Dilated Peoples “Opinions May Vary feat. Gangrene” from Directors of Photography (2014)
Dilated Peoples “The Dark Room feat. Vince Staples” from Directors of Photography (2014)

Public Enemy “Fight The Power” from Fear of a Black Planet (1990)
Z-RO “Crooked Officer” from The Life of Joseph W. Mcvey (2013)
Mos Def “Mathematics” from Black on Both Sides (CD, Album, Private, 1999)
Big L “Da Enemy (Bink Remix)” from Da Enemy (Bink Remix) (Single)

The Pharcyde “Officer” from Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde (1992)
Nas “HALFTIME” from Illmatic (1994) (usa)
NWA “Fuck The Police” from Fuck The Police (Single)
J Dilla “Fuck The Police” from Fuck The Police (Single)
Dead Prez “Hip Hop (Real Version)” from Hip Hop (Real Version) (Single)

DJ O Set

Notorious BIG “Dead Wrong” from Dead Wrong (Single)
Camp Lo “Luchini (Aka This Is It)” from Luchini (Aka This Is It) (Single)
OutKast “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” from Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik (1994)
Notorious BIG “Unbelieveable” from Unbelieveable (Single)
Das EFX “Mic Checka” from Dead Serious (CD, Album, Private, 1992)
Nas “The World Is Yours” from Illmatic (1994) (usa)
Beastie Boys “Paul Revere” from Licensed to Ill (CD, Album, Rock, 1986)
WESTSIDE CONNECTION “Bow Down” from Bow Down (2003)
Dr Dre “Let Me Ride” from Let Me Ride (Single)
Mobb Deep “Shook Ones Part II” from Shook Ones Part II (Single)
2Pac “So Many Tears” from So Many Tears (Single)
A Tribe Called Quest “I C U Doin It” from I C U Doin It (Single)
A Tribe Called Quest “Can I Kick It?” from Can I Kick It? (Single)
Jay Z “Brooklyn's Finest” from Brooklyn's Finest (Single)
House of Pain “Jump Around (Pete Rock Remix)” from House of Pain (2004) (UK)
Erick Sermon “React” from React (Single)
Method Man & Redman “Da Rockwilder” from Metro FM Throwback Friday: The Hip Hop & R&B Edition (2013)
Biz Markie “Nobody Beats the Biz” from Biz is going off (CD, Single, 1988)

Ghostface Killah “Cherchez LaGhost” from Cherchez LaGhost - EP (2000)
Dr. Dre “Let's Get High” from Let's Get High (Single)
Kurupt “We Can Freak It” from Kurupts Greatest: Greatest Hits Vol. 1 (2005)
Mista Grimm “Indo Smoke” from Indo Smoke (Single)
NWA “Express Yourself” from EXPRESS YOURSELF (Single)
De La Soul “Breakadawn” from Breakadawn (Single)
Jay Z “Can't Knock The Hustle” from Can't Knock The Hustle (Single)
Gang Starr “Dwyck (feat. Nice & Smooth)” from Mass Appeal: The Best of Gang Starr (2006)
Gang Starr “Skillz” from The Ownerz (2003)
AZ “SUGAR HILL” from Doe or Die (Rock, 1995)
Snoop Dogg “Doggy Dogg World” from Doggy Dogg World (Single)
Ice Cube “You Know How We Do It” from Lethal Injection (1994)
Geto Boys “Mind Playing Tricks on Me” from We Can't Be Stopped (1991)

Public Enemy “Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos” from It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (CD, Album, Other, 1988)
Nas “ONE LOVE” from ONE LOVE (Single)
NWA “Straight Outta Compton” from Straight Outta Compton (Single)
Public Enemy “911 Is A Joke” from Fear of a Black Planet (1990)
Group Home “Supa Star” from Supa Star (Single)
Geto Boys “Crooked Officer” from Til Death Do Us Part (2013)
Public Enemy “Burn Hollywood Burn” from Fear of a Black Planet (1990)
Brother Ali “Mourning In America” from Mourning In America & Dreaming In Colour (MP3, Album, Private, 2012)

Pharoahe Monch “When The Gun Draws” from When The Gun Draws (Single)
Main Source “Just a Friendly Game of Baseball (Bonus Version)” from Breaking Atoms (12 Inch, Single, Private, 1991)
Public Enemy “Bring The Noise” from It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back (CD, Album, Other, 1988)
Eric B. & Rakim “Casualties Of War” from Casualties Of War (Single)

Gil Scott-heron “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” from The Very Best of Gil Scott-Heron(CD, Album, Jazz, 1999)

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