Thursday, April 25, 2013
Here's the flavor that you need worldwide & the fun part of it all is that we're making it work hard..Once again enjoy the sounds & see what the people is putting out - real music for you to rock out & not what's being forced on you to hear !! If you know about the 4th Quarter Boyz then you know how the mixtape thing is about to go down now - From parties to a mixtape !! We're here & not leaving anytime soon !!
You already know that we're working to make this music hot & make you remember what the classics are about...This series is one of the hottest ones on the social media right now !! Enjoy the sounds because we got more coming for your tablet & android...
ICE HOT SOUL....
Friday, April 19, 2013
Word on social media is that we did again & this time it was with the hip hop..If you enjoyed the first one, then you know what to expect with this one..We just showed you how to do this & make it work with all kinds of music...Enjoy this one because we got more joints coming & believe me, you're going to be shocked again !!
WE DON'T PLAY FAIR V2
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
It's that time again to show you what's been going on again..if you follow me on instagram then you know about this mix..So you thought we wasn't doing anything years ago..Once again, to my partner & mentor Steve ( Tapekingz ), Showtime ( My brother from another parent ), Dimez & Chew ( Rapmullet/Grown & Hip Hop ), Sommer ( My partner with the Mixtape Museum - do you see them shaking their heads yet ), My Brother & Sister ( ShaKim & Nikki Tah ) I love both of you with all I got, Annette ( My Wife ) We Got This..SPECIAL SHOUTOUT TO MY MOMMY ( I LOVE YOU WITH EVERY FIBER OF MY BODY ) !!
FOR THE GROWN & SEXY...
Monday, April 15, 2013
DIGGERS UNION: Martial Arts and hip-hop have always seemed to go hand in hand. Whether it's the peace or tranquility of the art, one doesn't really work without the other. Legendary group Wu-Tang Clan has embraced both artforms and showcases them to their fullest extent; hence this edition of Enjoy and Be Educated is dedicated to them, and to the films that helped define them. With original breaks, remixes, classics and dialog mixed together, we are proud to showcase the legacy both artforms have left us. Enjoy and be educated !! Please check out Enjoy and Be Educated every Saturday from 1-3PM (EST) on BBOXRadio.com
01. Wu-Tang Clan - "Protect Ya Neck"
02. Tony Touch - "The Abduction" feat. Wu-Tang Clan
03. Ghostface Killah - "Flowers" (Original Version) feat. Raekwon & Method Man
04. GZA - "Sword Stained In Royal Blood" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Masta Killa & Inspectah Deck
05. Method Man - "M.E.T.H.O.D. Man"
06. Ghostface Killah - "Ghost Galore" (DJ Unexpected Remix)
07. Raekwon - "Two Fists Against The Law" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Ghostface Killah
08. Raekwon - "Butter Knives"
09. Raekwon - "King of Chefs" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Ghostface Killah & Notorious B.I.G.
10. DJ Unexpected - "Look What I Found" (Wu-Tang Clan Section)
*Featured on DJ Unexpected's Look What I Found Vol.1, released in 2005.
11. Method Man - "36 Crazy Fists" (DJ Unexpected Remix)
12. Inspectah Deck - "My Blade, My Life" (DJ Unexpected Remix)
13. Raekwon - "Rebellious Reign" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Ghostface Killah, Method Man & The Lox
14. Ol' Dirty Bastard - "Dance of the Drunken Mantis" (DJ Unexpected Remix)
15. Ghostface Killah - "Shaolin Vs. Lama" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Raekwon, Jadakiss & Styles P.
16. Ghostface Killah - "Killer Wears White" (DJ Unexpected Remix) feat. Raekwon
17. Raekwon - "Verbal Intercourse" feat. Ghostface Killah & Nas
18. Wu-Tang Clan - "After Laughters Comes Tearz" (Demo Version)
19. Wu-Tang Clan - "The W" (Previously Unreleased)
20. Wu-Tang Clan - "Cream"
21. Wu-Tang Clan - "Wu-Tang Clan Ain't Nothin' To Fuck With"
22. Ghostface Killah - "Motherless Child" feat. Raekwon
23. Pete Rock - "The Game" feat. Raekwon, Ghostface Killah & Prodigy
24. GZA - "Cold World" feat. Inspectah Deck
25. Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge - "Murder Spree" feat. Masta Killa, Inspectah Deck, U-God & Killa Sin
SOUNDS FROM THE 36TH CHAMBER...
Saturday, April 13, 2013
TAPEMASTA - Now we're back to show you what we know & let's see what you say about it !! None of that computer BS mixing either..REAL SKILLS - NO MORE TALKING - JUST DOWNLOAD !! Psss, we got more heat coming too..lol !! I just luv all of this..Also the website will be up & running next week www.thelegendarydjshowtime.com - Now let's see what the people do now !!
SHOWTIME - You said you wanted a really dope blend cd that showed off a DJs skill? Trust me its worth the download...
Friday, April 5, 2013
Now what are you going to say now..First you said we was in the old school, then we was stuck in slow jams !! Now we bring you the heat which I know that you been looking for on the "net"..Once again, remember we've been doing this for over 20 years & believe me when I tell you it's not hard at all !! People studied what we did & made their own lanes - but guess what this time around were coming at you with both hands BLAZING WITH HEAT !!
WE DON'T PLAY FAIR !!!
Thursday, April 4, 2013
TAPEMASTA: Here's some history that you probably didn't know about..Salute to the mighty SHIRT KINGS !!
SHIRT KINGS: PIONEERS OF HIP HOP FASHION
A new book by Edwin PHADE Sacasa and Alan KET
Foreword by MC Serch
“Shirt Kings brought the hip hop element into the clothes for real and integrated it, and it was the first time I saw hip hop culture completely merged with clothing.”
˜ LL Cool J
Jamaica, Queens, New York in the mid 1980s. Rappers and hip hop fans came from all over the city to get their own customized t-shirt by The Mighty Shirt Kings. The style traveled all over the world through record covers and music videos, and the Shirt Kings designs soon became synonymous with hip hop and the culture of making something out of nothing.
SHIRT KINGS: PIONEERS OF HIP HOP FASHION looks at the early days of urban fashion through the lens of the pioneering group of artists known as the Shirt Kings. By adapting the graffiti skills from the trains and spray cans to shirts and airbrush they created a new look for a new generation. At the same time they laid down the ground for the streetwear industry of today. Edwin PHADE Sacasa is a founding artist of the group and it is through his archives that we are transported to the 1980s in New York City where the fashion was loud, colorful, and filled with cartoon imagery; but not just any cartoon imagery for the cartoons where urbanized. Mickey Mouse with a Fila suit, Casper the Friendly Ghost with gold teeth and Pink Panther with gold chains.
People from across the city made their way to Jamaica, Queens to a small shopping mall known as the Coliseum where you could easily bump into the biggest names in hip hop of the day. From DJ Red Alert to LL Cool J to Big Daddy Kane to Mike Tyson ˆ they all had to have their Shirt Kings designs. SHIRT KINGS: PIONEERS OF HIP HOP FASHION chronicles the art, the styles, and the people who where loyal supporters of the Shirt Kings, and takes us on a trip down memory lane to when customization and art reigned supreme in New York City.
Born in East New York, Brooklyn, Edwin PHADE Sacasa studied photography at the High School of Art and Design in Manhattan and video production at the Savannah Collage of Art and Design. PHADE has been airbrushing for the entertainment industry for more than two decades and founded the Shirt Kings store in the mid 1980s, where he serviced many of todays hip hop stars and pioneers, such as Jay Z and Run DMC.
Alan KET Maridueña is an artist, photographer, author, artistic consultant and marketing professional. His photographs have appeared in Rolling Stone, The New York Times Magazine and The Source. KET is the author of Graffiti Planet, New York City Black Book Masters, Graffiti Tattoo and Rockin‚ It Suckers. KET is also a frequent blogger on 12ozprohet.com.
Dokument Press is a market leading publisher of books on urban culture.
Derrick‚s Roger Rabbit shirt by Nike, 1987
“The Shirt Kings network was fashion TV of the times, and advertising and promotion way before it became trendy.”
˜ Chuck D, Public Enemy
“When you got your first Shirt Kings shirt, that’s when you knew you had really made it as a Queens rapper, but when other people put your face on their Shirt Kings shirt, that’s when you knew you’d be a legend.”
˜ Roxanne Shante
“Phade has been my go to guy since the 80s for all airbrush collaborations.”
˜ Dapper Dan
“The first shirt I ever threw on that had anything on it that represented my heart was Shirt Kings.”
˜ KRS One
“Phade and the Shirt Kings are pioneers of Hip Hop Fashion and it is duly noted that the graffiti element has been elevated and made fashionable thru their work.”
“They would transform your whole look into a superstar.”
Edwin PHADE Sacasa is available for interviews and features.
To request review materials or discuss feature opportunities, contact Björn Almqvist at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0046 (0)8 133330.
Press images available att http://www.dokument.org
SHIRT KINGS: PIONEERS OF HIP HOP FASHION
144 pages, $ 44.95, £29.99, • 34.90
Published by Dokument Press
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
This one here is for those people who use to rock out in front their building with the speaker in the window or the radio in the chair..The older generation is going to rock well with this, but the adults is going to love it !! For my 50/50 crew, we didn't forget you & here's where you rock out on your way to work or just chill out at home..Salute & Happy Bday/RIP to Mr Suit & Tie..WE MISS YOU !!
Now remember when I told you that we was going to knock you out with joints..well, this here is one of them !! Rest assured social media is eating this up & now the world will know about the catalog of music..Hands down, you can't front on this one !! Download & enjoy what we rocked back in the past & still can be played today...Salute to S.O.U.L for the support & best believe we got more joints coming...Yooo, Show let's show em what we can do for real !!
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