Fort Knox Five drop a free heater from their upcoming album, this party rocker with Raashan Ahmad feels old school while the beats and groove are both forward thinking and classic.
Michael and Marie’s reception at the Capitol Hill Club on April 5th was picture perfect. And from the start Michael had a strong sense of the musical direction for the event. We were going to keep it classy and old school, with some notable exceptions that surprised this DJ!
Most people that like hip-hop like Biggie Smalls. AfroQBen comes with a really nice Biggie remake “Hypnotize Me.”
Download: Qdup & AGFA remix Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]”
Afrika Bambaataa “We Funk This Party Out [feat. Grandmaster Flash, Mele Mel & Kurtis Blow]” gets the remix treatment from Qdup & All Good Funk Alliance.
I guess I’m feel nostalgic, but Del tha Funkee Homosapien was a favorite back in my youth. “Why Ya Want to Get Funkee” sounds just as good today as it did back in the day!
Camp Lo’s hip-hop single “Luchini” (from the 1996 stone classic Uptown Saturday Night album) makes me want to pull a heist.
Who’s with me? Nobody… fine.
“Jam On It” by Newcleus was the first song that I ever understood.
Raw Dope Posse was an NJ based hip hop crew that cut one 12″ single in 1988, and man did it cook. Starting out with a sampled introduction from Otis Redding’s live version of “Good To Me”, the single then moves into a heavy thumping collage of drums, horns, and stuttered phone samples, on top of which the MCs preside.
Getting some shine from none other than Turntable Lab, Rockmaster Rus B (aka our very own Rusty B.) has just released his latest single, a funky reworking of Vanilla Ice‘s 1990 classic “Ice Ice Baby.”
Neville C led the way in a festive affair at the Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center last Saturday! Non-stop dancing to 80’s classics, old school & current hip-hop and more.