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Friday, June 30, 2006


Rakim [2004] Legends V.1
This is a compilation of Rare/Unreleased material from Rakim Allah, this man is a lyrical genious, one of the best (if not THE best) MC of all time, every line he spits is a classic... there's no need for more details...

01. Intro
02. We All Got Plans ( Unreleased )
03. The Saga Begins
04. What's Going On
05. The Ghetto
06. Musical Massacre
07. Cypher In The Park ( Unreleased )
08. Hypnotic ( Unreleased )
09. Juice Know The Ledge
10. Let The Rhythm Hit Em
11. St Ides ( Unreleased )
12. The Punisher
13. Original Style ( Unreleased )
14. Cold Feeling ( Unreleased )
15. Punish Em Feat Canibus ( Unreleased Version )
16. New York (Rmx) ( Unreleased )
17. Paid In Full
18. Eric B For President
19. In The Lab ( Unreleased )
20. Ny 2 Cali ( Unreleased )
21. Hoodlum ( Unreleased )
22. Remember That
23. Livin For The City ( Unreleased )
24. I Get Visual ( Unreleased )
25. Waiting For The World To End
26. U Dont Fool Me ( Unreleased )

EDIT: I recently found out this track, that I've never heard about.. enjoy..

Mobb Deep feat. Rakim & Big Noyd - Hoodlum

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

2000 B.C.

Canibus [2000] 2000 B.C.
Some say that he's voice his horrible, they may be right, but Canibus is one of the greatest battle mc's/songwritters EVER, and the definition of Underrated.. It's a shame that he didn't released any Classic album with production at the same level than his lyrics (yet).... In my opinion this is his best album (followed by RIP the Jacker), here's an example of Bis lyrics:

"I destroy your whole city block when I'm ready to rock
blow your speaker box magnetically shielded or no
tmagnetic energies propagates in radio waves
oscillate lyrics and beats copulate to pop your tape
manipulating space in large proportions
millions of brain organs get lost when I start talkin
about shit like, supernatural forces
gnomes and fairies and superstring theories"

"The C-Quel"
"2000 B.C. (Before Can-I-Bus)"
"Life Liquid" (feat. Journalist)
"Shock Therapy"
"Watch Who U Beef Wit"
"I'll Buss 'Em U Punish 'Em" (feat. Rakim)
"Die Slow" (feat. Journalist)
"Doomsday News"
"Lost @ 'C'"
"Phuk U"
"Horsemen" (feat. Pharoahe Monch)
"Horsementality" (feat. Killah Priest, Ras Kass & Kurupt)
"100 Bars"

Friday, June 23, 2006

Hot Stuff

I decided to make another post with separated tracks, some old & new joints that got my attention on the last week.

The Mau Maus - Blak Is Blak feat. Mos Def, Canibus, Charli Baltimore, MC Serch, Mums, DJ Scratch & Gano Grills
Real dope, Mos Def & Canibus on the same track... need to say more?

Zack De La Rocha, The Roots & Chuck D - Burned Hollywood Burned
Another dope track, Zack from Rage Against the Machine, Black Tought and Chuck D.

Big Daddy Kane feat. 2Pac, Notorious B.I.G., Scoob Lover & Shyhiem - Live Freestyle '95
A live freestyle from Legends like Kane, Pac and Biggie, and the young Shyhiem is incredible (even that he's verse is from his song "On and On")... they all kill it it (but I just can't like Scoob.. ), a fucking great show.

Lauryn Hill, Nas, Pharoahe Monch, Prince Poetry, Ras Kass, Chino XL, Foxy Brown, Shyheim and Saafir - Wake Up Show Anthem '94
Another one from the famous Wake Up Show Anthems, the guest list speaks for itself, so there's no need for description.

Talib Kweli & Jean Grae - New York Shit
This a the beat from Busta's album, where he is trying to bring the crown back to new NY, the beat was sick, but Busta didn't use it very well.... But Talib Kweli & Jean Grae did! (Can't wait for their new albums from Blacksmith records).

DJ Shadow feat. Mos Def - Six Days (Remix)
I Think that this track is from the new "Fast and Furious" movie, it's absolute FIRE!!!!


Wednesday, June 21, 2006

What's wrong with Rakim?

I think everyone is (or should be) excited with the fact that rakim is releasing his third solo album "The Seventh Seal" this summer, at least I am.

But lately I didn't like very much of what I've heard from Rakim Allah.

1. Some months ago he said this in an interview:

"Are you a Dipset fan?
No doubt. I like the Diplomats’ swagger, man. Juelz, Cam’ron, Jim Jones—they bring a lot of swagger back to the game. New York needs somebody right now to hold New York down.

So when will there be a Rakim/Diplomats collaboration?
Probably soon, man. They one of the cats in the game that I got a lot of respect for, music respect and street respect as well."

2. He made a cameo on Juelz Santana's video... that's wack.

3. Today, when I went to Rakim's page in wikipedia, I saw this on the collaborations section: "New York City" (Lloyd Banks featuring 50 Cent and Rakim) (Rotten Apple Bank's upcoming album)

So I checked on google and I found out that the track name and the 50 Cent featuring isn't confirmed yet... but Rakim is gonna be on Lloyd Banks album...

I never expected to see Rakim on a g-unit track..

So I'm a bit worried about "The Seventh Seal"...
It's good to have guestspots, but Rakim needs to chose well the artists that he's going to colaborate, and don't fill the album with tracks with Dipset, G-Unit, D4L, or any other wack artists.

Now, some good stuff about Rakim... check VegaTheTerrible for videos of the 6-10-6 show (shit, I just wish I was there...)

Agree? Don't Agree? Hit me up.

Monday, June 19, 2006

Concrete Schoolyard

Jurassic 5 [1998] Jurassic 5 LP
The material from their debut EP plus a few additional tracks were repackaged as an album and released in 1998.

Another classic from Jurassic 5.

1. In the Flesh
2. Quality Control Pt. 2
3. Jayou
4. Lesson 6: The Lecture
5. Concrete Schoolyard
6. Setup
7. Action Satisfaction
8. Sausage Gut
9. Improvise
10. Blacktop Beat
11. Without a Doubt
12. Lesson 6 (Reprise)
13. Action Satisfaction [Dub]

Check out J5's new album "Feedback" in stores July 25th!

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

"It Looks Like a Jungle Sometimes..."

Lately I haven't apeared here too much, my Internet connection is failing constantly, so I can't make many uploads.

Here's a the Best of Grandmaster Flash, Furious Five & Grandmaster Melle Mel, an album full of classics, a true tribute to the Old School, I enjoyed this album a lot, it's amazing.
And here's the video from back in the day, almost 25 years old and the song is still great, this is a classic!! This is the video that changed Hip-Hop Forever (don't get fooled by the guy with the hat looking soo gay in the video)

Saturday, June 03, 2006

Wu Tang Classics

Ahhh.. Back to the 36 Chambers, some of the best Hip-Hop tracks ever made, the ones that changed hip-hop, enjoy this videos, I sure did..
Can It All be So Simple

(Videos were removed from the blog because they were making it too slow)

Thursday, June 01, 2006

Onyx & Wu-Tang Clan

I decided to try this video thing, here's a cool one I found out this week:

Onyx feat. Killa Sin, Method Man & Raekwon the Chef - The Worst