Wednesday, October 31, 2012

SHOWTIME - JAM MASTER JAY ( RUN DMC )



TAPEMASTA: Now here's where we really tear the box out of the frame this time around..One of the greatest dj's in our time & this mixtape will be played for a long time..Those Run DMC fans will enjoy this one..Also check the intro & heed the words because they're so true today !! Harlem's son did it again with this one !! J MO ICE AKA THE LEGENDARY DJ SHOWTIME !!!

SHOWTIME: BUT WE DONT NEED TO TALK ABOUT IT THOUGH, DO WE ??  R.I.P. TO ONE OF THE GREATEST DJ'S EVER! JAM MASTER JAY !!

JAM MASTER JAY

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( INSATIABLE PLEASURES )






Everybody been asking what's up with all the slow jams..First off, these joints is for the real people. You can get any joint by downloading today, but if joints like this wasn't available then you know how to get them now..Henceforth another joint from the past called "INSATIABLE PLEASURES". The ladies have been enjoying the previous releases, so why not pull out a joint from the past !! Once again, i'm on this for real & if you been following us on social media - then you know what's up !! The trends & lanes have been started !! The Legend is back & he's not stopping anytime soon !!


INSATIABLE PLEASURES

Monday, October 29, 2012

MC Lyte - Dope Style (produced by Caviar

Now tell me what you think about this one..Oh yeah, Sandy can't stop the flow over here !!


MC Lyte - Dope Style (produced by Caviar

EDDIE B SWIFT - ONCE UPON A TIME AT ELDER V2

If you got the first one - then you know what to expect !! For those who try to do classic hip hop - this one should have you thinking..Once again, nothing but the the classics all over the place - none of the same 20 songs..POW !! I know you're mad, just sit back & enjoy the MUSIC !! Also check him out live -  still on the loose still physchin out the rain and wind and still will be on at noon ( TODAY ) on the Delasouls Dugout tune in www.ustream.tv/delasoulsdugout

Part Time Sucker - KRS One
I'm Not Havin That - Positive K and MC Lyte
Project Ho - MC Shan
I'm a Ho - Whodini
P is Free - BDP
Can't Live Without My Radio - LL Cool J
I'm Bad - LL Cool J
Delancey Street - Dana Dane
Paul Revere - Beastie Boys
Smooth Operator - Big Daddy Kane
I Got to Have It - Ed O.G.
Rock The Bells (Original) - LL Cool J
Microphone Fiend - Eric B & Rakim
Poetry - BDP
Jack The Ripper - LL Cool J
Funky Technician - Lord Finesse
Funky Beat - Whodini
Jane Stop This Crazy Thing - MC Shan
Cinderfella Dana Dane - Dana Dane
Marley Marl Scratch - MC Shan
Bridge - MC Shan
Down By Law - MC Shan
Girls - B Boys
Veronica - Bad Boys
Suicide - Busy Bee
Dana Dane with Fame - Dana Dane
Mr Big Stuff - Heavy D & The Boys
Use Me - Steady B
They Call Us Run - Run DMC
Go Stetsa - Stetsasonic
Ain't No Half Steppin - BDK

ONCE UPON A TIME AT ELDER V2


SHOWTIME - LOVE JONEZ ( HURRICANE SANDY EDITION - DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK..CHOCOLATE )



Now let's see how you keep up now..Bet you mad ( KEEP DIGGING FOR DOWNLOAD LINKS ALREADY BEEN UP - WHILE WE KEEP DROPPING MORE JOINTS ) !! We're going to show you how to do this the official way !! Remember we've been here & did this in the past !! Shout to my 50/50 crew, you know how i do !! Ladies, sit back & let us relax you for the entire day...Once again people we're back again - HARDER THAN EVER..POW !!!


HURRICANE SANDY

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

KID CAPRI & CHIEF ROCKER STARCHILD - LIVE AT NBT SIDE A

Guess who's back with that stuff that you know was rocking the internet recently & the streets of NYC !! Now you see why MIXTAPES is good for studying HISTORY from the past !! The Kid doing his thing with chief rocker on the mic...Oh yeah, you know it's only Side A !!

NBT SIDE A

CHIEF ROCKER STARCHILD - 7/10/90




Now i'm going to give you history lesson & prove my point about who really got MIXTAPES !! See who can drop joints like me !! This here is my lane & believe me, you can't get into it unless - you have MIXTAPES before 1989 & believe me, i know you don't !! Starchild was one of those guys who created lanes for dj's like Brucie B, Kid Capri & others..Once again, if you don't know the history of the MIXTAPE - let it go !! I respect this culture of DJ's & i'll always put out real MIXTAPES whether it's from the past or today's music..As long as you bring your A game - then we're cool !! Also you know i don't put up both sides of a tape, but this was something for the man called CHIEF ROCKER STARCHILD..REST IN POWER !!

7/10/90 SIDE A

7/10/90 SIDE B

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( FORMAL INVITATION - COME NAKED )




TAPEMASTA: LADIES, IT'S TIME AGAIN FOR YOU TO RELAX & ENJOY SOME GOOD MUSIC..WHILE SOCIAL MEDIA IS TALKING ABOUT BULLSHIT - WE'RE WORKING ON BRINGING BACK THE REAL VIBE FOR THE MASSES WORLDWIDE..FELLAS, WE GOT THIS COVERED - STAY IN THE LEFT LANE BECAUSE I'M GOING FORWARD WITH ALL OF THIS !!

SHOWTIME: AND THE LOVE JONES SERIES CONTINUES TO MAKE NOISE. GET YOURS TODAY BEFORE THE HIBERNATION SEASON COMES UPON US...THIS IS DEFINITELY CUFFIN SEASON MUSIC LMAO!!!! DID YOU THINK IT WOULD BE THAT EASY?? THAT I WOULD JUST STOP ?? SLOW DOWN ? LOL NAH... WE DON'T STOP, GIVE UP OR GIVE IN !! WE KEEP ON DROPPING THOSE BANGERS !!!! LETS DO IT !!!!

UPDATED FORMAL INVITATION..

REGGIE BEAS - THE R & B SHOW ( HOUR 2 )



TAPEMASTA: Now you know, i'm on that GROWN & HIP HOP VIBE right ( Dimez & Big Chew ) now..Let's show them how we really do it !! Watch how we make social media go crazy again  !! Youngsters stay back because i'm on a roll right now..POW !! DJ's worldwide keep up with me & let's do this right !!

R&B ARTISTS: If you would like to support The R&B Show with Reggie Beas, send me a drop! On your computer, go to "Upload & Share" at the top of the page, and upload a drop… or, even easier, hit "REC" and record your drop right on the site! You can also record a drop via the Soundcloud app on your iPhone or Android device. (Ex.: This is {your name} and you are listening to The R&B Show with Reggie Beas (pronounced Bees)

Don't Wanna Be A Player-Joe
Just Kicking It-Xscape
Don't Leave Me Girl-BlackStreet
Anything-Jaheim
You Make Me Wanna-Usher
Brown Sugar-D'Angelo
Turn Your Lights Down Low-Bob Marley/Lauryn Hill
Downtown-SWV
Turn Da Lights Off-Tweet
Bag Lady-Erykah Badu
Confrontation-Mary J. Blige
Call Me-Tweet
Funny How Time Flies-Intro
Whatever-Jill Scott
All N My Gril-Missy Elliott
Throwback-Usher
Come & Talk To Me-Jodeci
The Song You Forgot You Loved | Betcha'll Never Find-Chantay Savage
Adorn-Miguel
Crazy Love-Ne-Yo
Buddy-Musiq Soulchild
Let's Talk-Omarion
No More Games-Skin Deep
Tonight (Best You Ever Had)-John Legend
Got 'Til It's Gone-Janet Jackson
Mirror-Bobby Valentino
In Da Club-Beyonce
Lemme See-Usher
Ego-Beyonce
Party-Beyonce
Buy U A Drank, Raheem?-T-Pain vs. Raheem DeVaughn (BeasWax Blend)
Ice-Kelly Rowland
Pretty Girl Rock-Keri Hilson
Don't Make 'Em Like You-Ne-Yo
Sure Thing-Miguel

HOUR 2

REGGIE BEAS - THE R & B SHOW ( HOUR 1 )



TAPEMASTA: Now it's time to show what i always knew when it came to all this !! Alot of you out there, don't know about the MUSIC !! Here's what you get & best believe everybody will follow. Don't say, i didn't let you know about all this !! Salute to REGGIE BEAS FOR DOING HIS THING WITH THE MUSIC !! Once again, i'm about the music, so while you keep digging for joints - i just smile at you with different dj's who think just like i do..POW !!

REGGIE BEAS: Reintroducing R&B To The World… everythang ain't hardcore, ya'know? The R&B Show with Reggie Beas is a 2 hour mixshow featuring your favorite R&B from the 90s, 2000s & Today. If you love great R&B and don't hear enough of it, this is the place to be every week. If you are an Urban radio station, this show fits perfectly with your regular programming… it sounds like your station, only with all R&B instead of Hip-Hop. Conventional wisdom states that R&B is dying. We respectfully disagree! The only thing missing is the spotlight needed to shine a light on the great R&B that is out there. We celebrate singing on The R&B Show with Reggie Beas: Neo-Soul, Smooth R&B, Hip-Hop/Soul, New Jack Swing, Ballads… even Reggae and House. If you sing it, we play it !!

Twitter @TheRnBRadioShow
Radio 12-3pm ET Saturdays on http://StreetFixRadio.com
National Nightclub Bookings Alissa@DJReggieBeas.com
More Information: Reggie@DJReggieBeas.com

Girl On Fire-Alicia Keys
I Invented Sex-Trey Songz
I Love Girls-Pleasure P
Lose A Good Thing-Ashley DuBose
Shoulda Let You Go-Keyshia Cole
Go Get It-Mary Mary
Addiction-Ryan Leslie
Beautiful Lie-Ryan Leslie
Strip-Chris Brown
So Sick-Ne-Yo
Enough Said-Aaliyah
Hey Daddy-Usher
Trouble-Bei Maejor
Only Wanna Give It To You-Elle Varner
Happy Dance Song of the Week | That's What We Do (f/R. Kelly)-Ashanti
Don't Talk-Jon B.
Put It Down-Brandy
Motivation-Kelly Rowland
She Got Her Own-Ne-Yo
Compliments-Tank
Lil Freak-Usher
Balcony-Cassie
Pony-Ginuwine
Far Away-Marsha Ambrosius
Feelin' Single-R. Kelly
One In A Million-Ne-Yo
Hot 2Nite-New Edition
Walking-Mary Mary
Never Leave You-Lumidee
Whip Appeal-Frank Ocean
You'll Never Find-In Essence
Girlfight-Brooke Valentine
Bad Mutha-Verse Simmonds
Sexy Soul Single of the Week | Mister Nice Guy-Eric Roberson
Yes-Q. Parker (from 112)

HOUR 1

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

RONDEVU - GOOD TYMES V2


TAPEMASTA: Once again, here's another dj - which can show his skills on the turntables..POW !! Yes, i had this one already & more..BROOKLYN STAND UP !!!

RONDEVU: For all my grown people. Some timeless music to start off any party or cookout. If you like this one the rest are available at www.djrondevu.com

GOOD TYMES V2...

ASHANTI ft ChillWillfte & Lil'Kim - ROCK WITH ME (Remix)

Alright now, one of the legends from the 90's is back on his BLEND CONCEPT !! CHILL WILL FTE IN EFFECT !!

ASHANTI ft ChillWillfte & Lil'Kim - ROCK WITH ME (Remix)

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( THE ART OF SEDUCTION - A WOMAN'S THOUGHT V1 )



TAPEMASTA: Let's guess & see what you do next !! Once again, let me tell you what you should do on a mixtape..whatever your lane is - make that work for you !! This series here is what the ladies want & now everybody know it !! I'm enjoying rocking out with Showtime with these joints because now you have to take notice & do a better job as a DJ or BLOGGER !! Stay with us because we're not stopping anytime soon - it's about being GROWN & HIP HOP !! You know the saying..POW !!
We did it again !!

SHOWTIME: SEE THERES A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GROWN MAN BUSINESS AND ALL THAT OTHER SH!T. THIS IS GROWN MAN BUSINESS... I DONT MESS WITH THAT OTHER SH!T. SO FOR ALL YOU THATS WATCHING, THIS ONE IS ON ME (YOUR MIX CD MANUAL FOR DUMMIES)... ENJOY IT AND PL...EASE DONT TRY TO STEP INTO THAT ARENA WITH ME... ITS REALLY NOT WORTH YOUR TIME. KEEP YOUR OTHER SH!T OVER THERE !!

THE ART OF SEDUCTION - A WOMAN'S THOUGHTS V1

Saturday, October 13, 2012

HEVEHITTA & DJ UNEXPECTED - LAST OF A DYING BREED INTERVIEW WITH WWW.SNEAKERANDALE.COM


Tapemasta: Straight up, it's a honor to know these guys & watched them grow..If you respect the game & believe me, it'll respect you !! These guys are what you call the REAL DEAL..Read the interview & see the KNOWLEDGE of what was passed on to them..POW !! Shout to Air Force Montana...

I remember about a year ago, downloading a couple of Mixtapes from Hevehitta and DJ Unexpected off of LiveMixtapes.com. At first I thought that Hevehitta was part of Dj Enuff’s Heavy Hitters Crew until I paid attention to the spelling of Hevehitta’s name. I noticed that all of the Mixtapes that I had downloaded had a “Scratch Intro”. A “Scratch Intro” I said to myself, Hmm… This day and age to come across a Mixtape with a “Scratch Intro” was like trying to find a Needle in a Haystack! The first Mixtape that I downloaded was the Clipse’s “Boxcutter Business”. This Mixtape held my eardrums hostage from beginning to end. Not only am I a huge Clipse’s fan! This Mixtape had the right ingredients of a REAL Mixtape! There was the Scratch Intro, Blends, Cutting, Freestyles, Scratching and Snippets of Lyrics and movies. This was BANANAS! I recently had the opportunity to interview them and learn what it takes to make a DOPE Mixtape and about thediggersunion! Check out the interview…

Hevehitta & DJ Unexpected “Last of a Dying Breed”

Where are you guys from?
Hevehitta: I’m from a small town in upstate New York called La Grange. It’s right next to Poughkeepsie, New York and is about 1 1/2 hours away from New York City.
DJ Unexpected: I’m from the Bronx, where it all started. I moved to Astoria (Queens) 3 years ago.
How did you guys meet?
DJ Unexpected: My mixtape partner at the time, Kochece was looking for ways to get new songs for his/our projects. My graphic designer at the time (Miami Kaos) introduced me to Hevehitta, who was working at college radio in Poughkeepsie. He was able to get songs for us, and in return, we introduced him to the mixtape game (putting a project together, promotion etc.). This was late 2005. We have been consistently releasing projects ever since.
Who inspired you guys to become Deejays?
Hevehitta: First off, I don’t consider myself a DJ. I don’t feel I have earned that title. But, to answer your question, when I picked up my first ever mixtape (DJ Whoo Kid x Stretch Armstrong “Final Destination Pt.2″), that is what made me want to pursue a career in the mixtape game. That mixtape really changed the way I looked at hip-hop, and made me become a true fan rather than a casual listener.
DJ Unexpected: I’ve wanted to DJ since I got into Hip Hop at the age of 6. I loved seeing the DJ scratch and mix and control the crowd. One of my fondest inspirations was hearing “The Magnificent Jazzy Jeff” by DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince. Remember the part where Jeff made it sound like a bird was chirping by scratching? That was it for me! Before I became a DJ, I would get up at 6 A.M., put on the headphones and listen to records I bought with allowance on my little stereo. I know I drove my parents crazy with it as well, but my dad is to blame for getting me into Hip Hop. He bought me the first Fat Boys album, and that was it! I got my first setup on my 16th birthday, and have been DJing ever since. As of this interview, I’m 34.
What Deejays do you consider the Pioneers of the Mixtape game?
Hevehitta: It’s impossible to list everyone, but here are few that come to mind: Doo Wop, Kid Capri, Brucie B, DJ Clue?, DJ Kayslay, DJ Dirty Harry, DJ SNS, DJ Chill Will (FTE) and Ron G.
DJ Unexpected: I feel the same as Heve, but my earliest memories were of Triple C, Ron G, Double R and G-Bo The Pro, DJ Showtime, Clue?, D-Demo, etc. DJ Chill Will was definitely my inspiration as far as blends were concerned, plus he took a stand against usurpers when no one else wanted to. I’ll always respect him for that.
How do you feel about the evolution of the Mixtape Game?
Hevehitta: The mixtape game definitely took a major turn once the internet became a major factor. Mixtape DJ’s abandoned the streets and went straight to the internet. Most of today’s mixtape DJ’s don’t even press their mixtapes anymore. I guess myself and DJ Unexpected are the last of a dying breed when it comes to pressing physical copies of our mixtapes. One change I’m not feeling is artists dropping projects without a DJ and calling it a “mixtape.” I always feel that if you’re going to call your project a mixtape, you need to have a DJ attached to it in some way. It’s sad to see the DJ be put on the back burner when we made mixtapes popular to begin with. Respect the DJ!
DJ Unexpected: Love how it started, hate how it’s ending up. Technology did more to hurt than help in my opinion, but DJ’s and artists are to blame as well. I entered the game at the tail end of its legacy (2004). I remember when sites like datpiff.com were being frowned upon. Once a few people put out projects for free, it was monkey see monkey do. Fans have actually complained about a DJ mixing and scratching on a project! Are you kidding me? It’s a shame this has become the norm nowadays.
What does it take to make a Mixtape?
Hevehitta: Patience is the first word to come to mind. You need a lot of patience to put together a mixtape… unless you’re one of those internet mixtape creators who just throws 20 tracks into a folder and calls it a day. Another thing I would recommend is to plan out your mixtape. Create an outline if you need to. I have found it easier to outline the entire mixtape before making it, so when it comes to creating, you know exactly what to do and in what order. Organization is key. Tracks, drops, remixes, etc should all be in one folder. The last thing you want to be doing is searching through your crates (or digital crates) every few minutes trying to find what you need. There is a method to this mixtape madness.
DJ Unexpected: A DJ, first and foremost! I get highly offended every time an artist announces their “mixtape”, which is the latest euphemism for “album my label didn’t want to put out”! It’s a street album; call it what it is! Stop abusing the term many of us fought to create and preserve! You need a LOT of patience in dealing with artists, and sometimes your inner critic as well; I know I do! Ideas sometimes come when I least expect them; Hevehitta and I have created countless projects from random ideas or jokes. We definitely plan our releases though, with great attention to detail and organization. We hope it shows in the finished product!

What skills must a Mixtape Deejay posses?
Hevehitta: Each DJ is different when it comes to skill. Your skill could be getting exclusives before anyone else, while another DJ’s skill could be scratching and blending. I never felt like you needed a set of certain skills to put together a good mixtape. The one thing I would recommend for all mixtape DJ’s is to know your music. Know ALL the music you’re about to play on your mixtape. If you know the music, you could use it to your advantage. You might be playing a track thatcontains a theme from a certain film, and now you can take a piece of dialog from that film to set up the track. The little bits and pieces is what can enhance your mixtape.
DJ Unexpected: You should have some basic skills. Come on man, learn how to mix on beat and do some cutting, otherwise don’t call yourself a Hip Hop DJ! There are DJs in different genres of music who do none of those things and that’s fine, but they don’t consider themselves Hip Hop DJ’s. A big key is definitely knowing your music. Serato has made it easy to beat match, but that doesn’t mean those 2 songs go together. It’s all about creating a mood, and when it’s done correctly it’s amazing. Imagination is a big factor to me as well-people, don’t be afraid to think outside the box once in a while. You might be pleasantly surprised.
What is the thought process that goes into your Mixtapes?
Hevehitta: Unexpected and I usually start out with a theme for a mixtape, and then proceed to collect all the music and dialog we are going to use for it. The creation process is a lot of trial and error. We keep certain ideas, and disregard others. What most people don’t realizeis that our final product has gone through many revisions. We usually never complete a mixtape on the first go around. A lot of times we will scrap certain sections, and remake them until we are satisfied.I want people to know what Unexpected and I put a lot of time and effort into our mixtapes, and that’s why we ask for a small fee to listen to them. A little compensation doesn’t hurt.
DJ Unexpected: What can we do now that we haven’t already done? We’re always trying new styles due to time always moving forward and biters always lurking. Just know that plenty of time and effort goes into each release we do. There are many ideas or mixes that sound great in our heads, but once recorded, don’t work; hence they meet the garbage can. We seldom do projects just because so and so is hot right now, or has an LP dropping in 2 weeks. Trends expire quickly while trendsetters never go out of style.
Can you name a few of your Mixtape Series?
Hevehitta: Our current stand out series would have to be the “Martial Arts Mixtape Series.” That series was started based on our love for Shaw Brothers Kung-Fu films. Another series that is definitely well known is Unexpected’s “Look What I Found” break beats/samples series. I’ll let him explain that.
DJ Unexpected: “Look What I Found’ is the one I’m definitely known for. I get the original breaks/samples and show you how producers flip them into the songs you know today. It gives you an appreciation for what producers go through when they’re digging to find that beat you’ll always remember. Recycled Material (Old-School blends) is another series, along with the Motion Picture/Martial Arts series aforementioned. I also have different genres with their own series as well (eg. “The Digital Coloring Book”(dance music) and an upcoming classic Dancheall Reggae series).
Who is the Diggers Union?
DJ Unexpected: I created it in 2006, and it was just going to be a collective of people (mainly DJ’s) who accumulate and preserve recorded music. It blossomed into a crew and we have released 2 volumes in a series called “You Call That Diggin?”, but some members have gone their own ways with side projects etc. It was basically a way to show appreciation for people seeking out obscure records and informing the public about them. The original members were myself, Hevehitta, Tapemasta, DJ Showtime, DJ Casper (Florida),DJ 151 (Long Island, NY), Mike Nice, Scratchmasta Jazzy G, DJ Osk, DJ Books, DJ Rob Shock, DJ Crazy Chris and DJ Smooth Denali. Many are still on the scene today, just not in mixtape form.
What is the Diggers Union Mission Statement?
DJ Unexpected: “Enjoy and Be Educated” (patent pending) is the primary goal. I’ve been using that since my first release in 2004 (Kane Vs. Hova), and we do our best to stick to it. We’re a group of conoisseurs who are passionate about acquiring and preserving recorded music.
What can we expect from the Diggers Union?
DJ Unexpected: The website (thediggersunion.com) is doing well, so that will be a factor for years to come. Shoutout to Hevehitta for keeping the site updated, and to all who visit.We’ll keep releasing projects you’re sure to enjoy, so keep enjoying and we’ll keep educating. Shouts to the big homie Air Force Montana at SneakersandAle.com! Peace people and remember, life is a sample, dig it?
Hevehitta “The Mixtape Architect”
The Diggers Union Local 120
Website: http://thediggersunion.com
Twitter (Hevehitta): twitter.com/hevehitta
Twitter (Unexpected): twitter.com/DJUnexpected

Thursday, October 11, 2012

SHAZAM X - X FILES V1




If you know about this series from back in the days..Then you rocked it too !! Well sit back & enjoy some music..which i know you don't get anymore..POW !! Oh yeah, i'm BACK MOFO's..TAKE THAT WITH YOU..LOL !! REMEMBER ALL I DO IS STAY IN MY LANE...LOL !!

SHAZAM X - X FILES V1

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( JAMAICA OLD SCHOOL SONGS )


Guess who's back on it again with another release..This time up is some reggae !! Now who you know is touching all bases on you musical device !!

LOVE JONES - JAMAICA

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

DOO WOP - COAST TO COAST


Now what are you going to say now...HMMMMM !! The 90's is coming back with 2012 twist..POW !!

SIDE A

SIDE B

DJ JUICE VOL 76 "HOTTEST DJ'S IN DA HOOD"



Now you got to let me know what you think about this blend joint !! Does it make you say Hmmmm !! 

 

 


Saturday, October 6, 2012

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( CHOCOLATE FACTORY )



TAPEMASTA: BACK AT IT AGAIN WITH THE FLAVOR !! TELL ME, WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOUR FAVORITE MIXTAPE DJ DID IT LIKE THIS !! MIXTAPE AFTER MIXTAPE..I'M JUST SITTING BACK HAVING FUN..WHILE YOU WAS WATCHING & NOT SAYING ANYTHING !! SEE YOU ON THE NEXT ONE....POW !!

SHOWTIME: 20 GREEN..SHOOTING FOR 2. WORKING HARD LIKE 1,000 JUMPERS IN THE GYM...2 WEEKS AND I JUST PUT OUT MORE MIXES THAN SOME IN A WHOLE YEAR.... GO FIGURE...

LOVE JONES ( CHOCOLATE FACTORY )

Friday, October 5, 2012

SHOWTIME - LOVE JONES ( CRUISE CONTROL )



TAPEMASTA: IF YOU ROCKED MIXTAPES FROM THE PAST OF HARLEM..THEN THIS ONE IS FOR YOU !!

SHOWTIME: A MUST HAVE. STRAIGHT HARLEM WAVE ON THIS ONE. IF YOU WANT THE LINK HIT ME UP AND I GOT YOU.

LOVE JONES - CRUISE CONTROL...

SHOWTIME - 50 SHADES OF J ( STRAIGHT SLOW JAMS )






TAPEMASTA: If you didn't see what's happening around you again..Well let me be the one who makes you mad again & happy at the same time...Ladies, you'll be playing this one for a minute & best believe everybody else will too !!

SHOWTIME:50 SHADES OF "J" FEAT  JODECI JOHNNY GILL JAHEIM  JOE JEREMIH J HOLIDAY JON B. JEFFREY OSBOURNE FT. LTD. JAMES D-TRAIN WILLIAMS and more. For the freak in you. This is for that special time that could turn out to be an ALL NIGHTER.

50 SHADES OF J SIDE A...UPDATED LINK

50 SHADES OF J SIDE B


Tuesday, October 2, 2012

CHIEF ROCKER STARCHILD..REST IN POWER !!



Tapemasta: Viewing and Funeral services for Mark Ward aka Dj Chiefrocker Starchild will be this Thursday @ Mt. Zion Baptist Church 171 west 140th. St. Harlem. 2 pm till 6pm is the viewing and 6 is the service! All Fever, Hilltop, Park Ave East and everywhere else Star rocked alumni should be in attendance!!! RIP...


If you wasn't around when this guy was doing his thing at the parties - missed out on something great !! He's the reason why some of your favorite dj's are considered legends..Once again, you need to study your MIXTAPE HISTORY..His mixtapes will make his legacy live forever..My favorites is NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE LIVE WITH KID CAPRI & OLD SCHOOL SERIES...One more time, i do all this for a reason & this guy made it possible for people like me - to enjoy my MIXTAPES more !!!