Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Parts 11-13 (1991-2005)

In this post-election haze it’s clear to me that underground hip hop from the DMV area has been worlds apart from the gloss of national politics for many years. I know this isn’t news to natives of the region but it’s especially stark to me at this point in time. What will it take to have an honest national discussion where everyone is involved and has a palpable stake in what happens to our country ? The not-so-covert spending of well heeled political  ‘action committees’ makes it more important than ever to encourage independent voices. I’m not going to pretend  that every track featured here is revolutionary but hip hop as an art form has always fostered insight, dissent and debate.  It’s time to spotlight the scene there because it offers a huge amount of music some of which is quite though-provoking and deserves widespread attention.

I’m going to try posting these compilation batches back to back. I don’t want to overload anyone but I do want to make it possible for people to get the whole Baltimore/Washington Dc series in a relatively short period of time. What we have here are volumes 11-13. Test the waters and sink your oars in, I think you’ll come paddling back this way again. Download links and tracklists can be found after the jump as per usual.

Volume 11 —

01 (4:13) Pretzel’s Logic – Bonus Track (Who You Think?) (Baltimore 1995)
02 (4:44) Madchild And Flipout – Contract (Lanham Md 1995)
03 (3:44) First State Alliance – Ruff N Rugged (Delaware 1994) [I know I know, not from Bmore or Dc but I like]
04 (5:49) Another Form Of Slavery – Scottie’s Ride (Baltimore 1991)
05 (4:17) Big U & The Madhouse Crew – Bounce Ta Dis (Lanham Md 1995)
06 (4:49) Little Clayway – Chillin (Radio Version) (Baltimore 2001)
07 (4:51) Diffarent Kombonation – Stereotypes (Washington Dc 1996)
08 (3:52) Krewsafyx & Lonnie Bass – I’ll Take It (Baltimore 1998)
09 (3:42) Annexx Clique – Y’all Know Da Deal (Baltimore 1996)
10 (2:40) Madd Syco – Splittin Wigz (Baltimore 1994)
11 (4:38) Da Great Deity Dah – Perpetuate The Soul (Washington Dc 1997)
12 (3:41) S.O.N. – Free Palestine (Baltimore 2001)
13 (3:14) Global Platoon – Crew Family (Instrumental) (Baltimore 1997)
14 (3:56) L.M.S. – Pure Necessities (Baltimore 1997)
15 (4:27) Blunted Dummies – Sunshine (Baltimore 1994)
16 (2:42) Hugh Lord – Ain’t Nothin Change (Dungeonground Mix) (Baltimore 1992)
17 (4:53) Dj Kool – The Music Ain’t Loud Enuff (Washington Dc 1991)
18 (3:25) A Rapper Called Hawk – The Rickety Raw Revenge (Baltimore 1994)

Volume 12 —

People who’ve heard the single know that track 2 here isn’t all Washington Dc artists, but I believe the track was recorded for the Million Man March.

01 (4:08) Section 8 Mob – Hustler (Washington Dc 1994)
02 (5:12) Various Artists – Where Ya At ? (Washington Dc 1995)
03 (4:28) Chink – Executioner (Forestville Md 1995)
04 (3:57) Under Achieva’z (Featuring Edly Shine Of ‘Born Jamericans’) – Ya Betta Believe (Washington Dc 1996)
05 (4:18) The P.o.p. – Respect (Washington Dc 1992)
06 (4:54) Mahdi Mobb – Gangsta Shit (Featuring One Man Gang) (Washington Dc 1994)
07 (1:30) Nonchalant – Outro (Washington Dc 1996)
08 (4:13) TestMe – That Shit Can Get U Killed (Baltimore 2005)
09 (3:04) Circle Of Native Vibes – 1984 (Baltimore 1997)
10 (2:57) The Committee – It’s Here (Clinton Md 1997)
11 (1:34) Opus Akoben – The Game (Washington Dc 1997)
12 (3:57) Doujah Raze – Irish Cream (H-Peb Remix) (Washington Dc 2003)
13 (1:25) Da Great Deity Dah – Tributary To The Majesty (Washington Dc 1997)
14 (0:52) Storm the Unpredictable – Intro (Washington Dc 2003)
15 (3:16) Bigg Patch – Streetz to the Fame (Baltimore 2005)
16 (3:00) Norm Skola – Half Man Half Amazin’ (Baltimore 1998)
17 (3:37) J.R Swinga – Chocolate City (Instrumental) (Washington Dc 1994)
18 (5:09) D.c. Da Messenger – Funk In The The Flow (Lanham Md 1995)
19 (4:35) Blue Black – Bon Vi..The Good Life (Cylinder Of Life Mix) (1995)
20 (4:31) Madchild – Untitled (Lanham Md 1995)
21 (1:54) Rising Sun Quest – Freestyle (Washington Dc 1998)
22 (1:34) Backland – Week 2 (Baltimore 2002)

Volume 13 —

01. (00:05:33) Afiliashun – Tell Me If You Open (Baltimore 1997)
02. (00:02:15) New Testament – Jaded Mc’s (Baltimore 1995)
03. (00:03:59) I.c. – Spot Blowin (Washington Dc 1997)
04. (00:03:59) Wolfe D.o.m – Get Raw (Baltimore 1996)
05. (00:01:54) Nonchalant – Intro (Washington Dc 1996)
06. (00:04:37) Section 8 Mob – No Love (Washington Dc 1994)
07. (00:01:45) Hugh Lord – Devine Understanding (Baltimore 1992)
08. (00:03:44) P.u.g. – P.2.u.g. (Washington Dc 1992)
09. (00:05:09) Defiant Giants – Raise The Dead (Baltimore 1991)
10. (00:05:42) Another Form Of Slavery – Mc Heartbreaker (Radio) (Baltimore 1991)
11. (00:04:24) The P.o.p. – P.o.p. Got A Brand New Funk (Washington Dc 1992)
12. (00:03:14) Madd Syco – Madd Syco (Baltimore 1995)
13. (00:04:32) Sparrow – The Chase (Baltimore 1998)
14. (00:03:44) The Unspoken Heard – Nigga Like Me (Washington Dc 1997)
15. (00:01:10) The Committee – Industry 101 (Part 2) (Lanham Md 1997)
16. (00:04:16) The Tao of Slick – Wit It (Baltimore 1995)
17. (00:01:16) Madchild – Intro (Baltimore 1995)
18. (00:04:04) Stir Crazy – I Hate ‘Em (Baltimore 2002)
19. (00:04:09) Defined Print – Rhymes Connect (Instrumental) (Washington Dc 1998)
20. (00:02:30) Black Indian – It’s The Fame (Washington Dc 1999)
21. (00:04:24) Siloutte – Blessin’ Me (Baltimore 1995)
22. (00:03:20) Big Cuz And Dangerfeel – In The City (Washington Dc 2004)

Rewind, enjoy. Keep your eyes peeled for the next set coming up soon.

— Schenectadyfan

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24 Responses to “Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Parts 11-13 (1991-2005)”

  1. Adam says:

    thanks. also, wow, no labtekwon?

    • Sword says:

      ghetto gospel is all i liked by him . other than that delete them mp3’s . i fucks with wax. cannot find anything by him on wax two thumbs down fuck them CDRS too!!

  2. Adam says:

    nevermind, found him on the other volumes

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  4. naysayer says:

    Labtekwon is a racist dick. Might be a decent rapper, but on a personal level the guy is a holier-than-thou asshole.

    • Sword says:

      AMEN!!! AMEN!! Clown had some music pulled over at Bloggerhouse entitled Crocodile and Falcon sum’n with 1 Speaker Supreme because he prolly did not get paid from it. Who’s doing them homemade WINDOWS MEDIA videos for dude too haha ..

  5. Sword says:

    dat HUGH LORD was only on cassette, he gave me one while he was stylin in his fly whip out the park back in 1992 . that was my people a real westside hustler. just seen the whole series. mobtown and chocolate city had sum’n special .

  6. Sword says:

    – Schenectadyfan got a request a Baltimore group called I.M.S from 91
    on Calvert Street Records album called Misunderstood or something like that had the 12″ i think Vina MojicA was on a joint with them

  7. schenectadyfan says:

    Haven’t heard of it bro, sorry. Would love to hear some other rare Baltimore/Washington Dc hip hop. Let me know if you’re able to track it down.

  8. this tracks i like the most: hugh_lord-ain’t_nothin_change_(dungeonground_mix), madd_syco-splittin_wigz, first_state_alliance-ruff_n_rugged

  9. answersyt says:

    I may be asking a lot but can you re-up the B-More-DC series again?

  10. Jess says:

    Brother, can you Re-UP these volumes, because all links dont works. Thanks in advance!


  11. pirry says:

    hello bro please re- up Baltimore & Washington DC Underground Parts 11-17

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