The Sample Er'Thang Was Classic On This Track Right Here! Harlem World All Day!
This Right Here Was Recorded Years Ago When I Was Gettin My Club Shit Poppin! Its Some NYC / Harlem / Downtown Bar Club Joints Er'Body Loves! Drunk & Chillin Plus A Ill Vibe I Was Into At The Time!
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this is one of my real cool out club classic's i did way back just on some fuck it let me put some joints together and rock out! so just kick back or get ya party on whatever you doing download this & take a chill pill fo reals!
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Let's chill 🤘
James Bromley Spicer, better known by his stage name Jimmy Spicer, is an hip hop recording artist who released a number of old school rap singles during the late 1970s and early 1980s, Spicer was managed by Russell Simmons' Rush Management
Just rare b-sides remixes no crazy mix its joints being played for the god MC ya dig!
On this episode of the Combat Jack Show we bring you West Coast Radio pioneer King Tech (Sway and Tech, The Wake Up Show), King Crooked and the homie Lord Sear. We're talking Tech's early beginnings in radio, how him and Sway architectured the blueprint for the culture, King Crooked's being cosigned by some of hip hop's greatest icons, Slaughterhouse, Death Row, West Coast Rap, their new BET show "One Shot" and so much more th
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Spoonie Gee (born Gabriel Jackson) is one of the earliest rap artists, and one of the few rap artists to release records in the 1970s. He has been credited with originating the term hip hop and some of the themes in his music were precursors of gangsta rap. Jackson was born in Harlem, New York City first recording came about after Peter Brown visited Robinson's record store and mentioned that he was looking to make a rap re
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A Drunk Mix Hip Hop Classic I Put Together Live On The Radio For Tha Homie Reppin Harlem All Day Er'Day! Ya Dig Rest In Power 139st Lenox
Still A Dope Track Need I Say More!
a mix i put down towards the end of the all out show on shade45 its straight live classic hip hop i wanted to hear while i had a sip or two or three maybe more ya dig
This is a listing of all of Wadali Brothers's Punjabi songs. Some of these songs are based on the Sufi kalam of the mystic saints of Punjab (like Bulleh Shah, Shah Hussain, Sultan Bahu, and Khwaja Ghulam farid) while others are based on folk lyrics. Here you will find almost all the mp3 songs of Wadali Brothers. All the songs are downloadable, you can listen to them online or download mp3 for listening later on your computer,
A Rare Mix I Done Live On www.siriusxm.com/shade45 on the all out show Drunk as Fuck well kinda lol anyway check it out and tell the god with you think remember its live so on tricks and all that bullshit ya dig just some go vibes pls breaks you have not heard in a while! P.S. its a free download..
Cold Broke This Nigga Heart Out Of Nowhere From What I Heard, Dam! I Aint Going To Front I Did Steal This Tape From My Cuzo In Wagner Projects Way Back LOL, Then Recorded From Mr.Magic On WBLS107.5 NYC Enjoy & Save HipHop!
Just Some Rap Soul Plus Rare Funk Joints While I Was Drunk, LOL
i was so sauced from the night before i couldnt even talk but i let the music speak for me on some classic hip hop shit live on shade45 on the all out show download this now cause im audi 5000.