Disclosure transform the hip-hop/soul production of Pharrell’s “Frontin’” with their signature dubby garage sound, and 2003 gets updated for 2014 via 1990.
Crazily talented producer/MC/DJ Stro Elliot recently posted this bit of fun on his SoundCloud, flipping some classic Nintendo themes into a banging track.
DJ Snake teams up with none other than Lil Jon on the massive “Turn Down For What.”
Kenny Loggins has become kind of cool again these days with the yacht rock thing bringing this 80′s classic back to life.
Skeewiff present us with the bouncing hip-hop samba, “Blame It On Rio,” featuring hip-hop legend Bam (Jungle Brothers).
The title of this song is what the DC hip-hop community collectively sighed upon finding out that Akil Nadir (aka Cool Cee Brown) passed away last weekend.
Seeing Kraftwerk at the 9:30 club this week reminded me how much I love “Computer Love”!
It’s no secret that I love old school hip-hop. “On & On” from Bam and Mr. Dero definitely has that throw back feel on it that I love to hear.
I had the distinct pleasure of opening the 2014 One Mic: Hip-Hop Worldwide festival with a performance on The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.
A lame attempt to reorganize my records this past weekend quickly devolved into an extended session of listening to forgotten gems hidden in my vinyl stash. One of my favorite De La Soul cuts, “Sh.Fe.MCs” was released on the rare promo-only Clear Lake Audiotorium EP in 1994.