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T.R.O.Y. Throwback Fridays: Video Playlist

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Throwback Friday is here! 1994-95 was a lovely time for videos and what better way to set things off, than with some of our favorites ranging from The Beatnuts, Crooklyn Dodgers, The Pharcyde all the way to Miami’s Society. Peace to DigginDCratez for the video links.


T.R.O.Y. Challenge: 6 Degrees of Seperation Mixtape

Sunday, October 13th, 2013

A few weeks ago on the T.R.O.Y. forums I suggested doing a Degrees of Separation mixtape. While there were a few interested heads, it was just Huldrich Bullsh!t was able to complete the difficult task. The rules were as followed.

Every track has to relate.
Every track has to be a collabo.
Every track should be from 1991-1996.
There has to be at least 2 westcoast tracks.
There has to be at least 1 Pete rock produced track
There has to be at least 1 De La Soul feature (could be Dove or Pos alone)
There has to be at least 1 Grand Puba song or feature
You don’t have to use a following song by the last guest rapper, it can be any in the song.
12 tracks min. 14 tracks max.

You can download his mixtape here.

1. Goodie Mob – Soul Food (Crazy C Remix) feat. Eightball & MJG
2. Eightball & MJG – Sesshead Funky Junky feat. MC Breed
3. MC Breed – Gotta Get Mine feat. 2Pac
4. 2Pac – Ain’t Hard To Find feat. E-40, B-Legit, C-Bo & Richie Rich
5. Ol’ Dirty Bastard – Shimmy Shimmy Ya (Studio Ton Remix) feat. E-40 & MC Eiht
6. Funkmaster Flex – Nutthin’ But Flavor feat. Biz Markie, Ol’ Dirty Bastard & Charlie Brown
7. De La Soul – Stone Age feat. Biz Markie
8. Kool G. Rap – Erase Racism feat. Big Daddy Kane & Biz Markie
9. Frankie Cutless – Know Da Game feat. Kool G. Rap & M.O.P.
10. Red Hot Lover Tone – 4 My Peeps feat. Biggie, M.O.P. & Prince Poetry
11. Chubb Rock – 3 Men At Chung King feat. Red Hot Lover Tone & Grand Puba
12. MC Serch – Back To The Grill (Remix) feat. Red Hot Lover Tone, Chubb Rock, O.C. & Nas
13. AZ – Gimmie Yours feat. Nas
14. Sway & King Tech – Wake Up Show Anthem feat. Lauryn Hill, Nas, Organized Konfusion, Dred Scott, Shyheim & Ras Kass



Random VLS Drops: Chubb Rock – Lost In The Storm (1992)

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

One of The Chubbster’s biggest hits. Which version do you prefer more, LP, Marley Marl’s remix or Trakmasterz remix?


01. Lost In The Storm (Original Vocal)
02. Lost In The Storm (Marley’s Hip Hop Remix)
03. Lost In The Storm (Marley’s R & B Remix)
04. Lost In The Storm (Trakmasterz Remix Vocal)
05. Lost In The Storm (Marley’s Hip Hop Instrumental Remix)
06. Lost In The Storm (Original Instrumental)

–>Download Lost In The Storm VLS<–


(Poll) Best Crooklyn Dodgers Joint?

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

Which one will prevail?

Does anyone like Part III? Is that an official sequel? Who decides such things? The Borough President?

Why did Jeru stop rapping like that?

Did Barbara Walters ever respond to Chubb Rock’s dis?

Was hot peas and butter a harmless urban pastime or ritualized violence?

Will rappers wax poetic about the old Yankee Stadium in fifteen years?

Videos and poll after the jump. (more…)

Awesome 2 “Studio Record Freestyles (1996)”

Monday, September 20th, 2010

This is another piece of audio that I received back in my trading days. I never did any research on it until now. Released in 1996 on vinyl, it features 6 nice studio recorded freestyles done for the Awesome 2, which is the legendary team Special K and Teddy Ted. It’s tough finding much info on these two as their website has been suspended (relaunching in 2010), but you can find them on MySpace.

01 Chubb Rock
02 M.O.P.
03 Jeru The Damaja & Afu Ra
04 Channel Live
05 Busta Rhymes & Rampage
06 Das EFX

Here’s a vinyl rip of Awesome 2’s “Ahooga Breakbeats” that Thomas V put up last year.

Once all the ads and videos load, you can score an Awesome 2 radio show from 1990 RIGHT HERE on DJ Marioka’s blog.


The T.R.O.Y. Blog Presents: Funk-O-Rama V3

Wednesday, August 25th, 2010
Volume three of our Funk-O-Rama compilations.
So far you liked it, so we tried to keep step up with forthcoming ones.
Thanks to Chris Lark for the suggestions, helped me out a lot.
** dirt_dog on the covers.

01. Tone Loc – Funky Cold Medina
02. Kool Moe Dee – Funke Wisdom
03. EPMD – Let The Funk Flow
04. Chubb Rock – He’s Funky
05. The Beatnuts – Get Funky
06. Three Times Dope – Funky Dividends
07. Poor Righteous Teachers – Rock Dis Funky Joint
08. Whodini – Funky Beat
09. Kid N’ Play – Gittin’ Funky
10. Da Brat – Funkdafied
11. DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince – Brand New Funk
12. Tragedy Khadafi – Funky Roll (Outro)

Chubb Rock – Non Album Tracks

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Another banging compilation put together by a T.R.O.Y. poster. Not much else to say really, I mean, who doesn’t love hearing from Chubb Rock?
Thanks to Debonair P for putting this all together and thanks to Big Boss Luciano and dirt_dog(and the hashmoder website for track 41) for filling in the blanks. And dirt_dog for the cover art. If there’s anything else missing, that is worth mentioning, please do leave a comment.
01) The Empire Will Strike Back (Hostility Version)
02) Just the Two of Us (Trakmasterz Remix)
03) Gear (with Roxanne)
04) Stop That Train (Jazz Mix)
05) The Big Man (Supermix)
06) The Chubbster (Remix)
07) Come
08) Keep Control (with Tragedy, King Tee, Grand Puba & Def Jef)
09) Kick Em in the Grill (with Third Bass)
10) I’m Too Much (Remix)
11) All Of That (With The A.T.E.E.M.)
12) Just the Two of Us (Cool Out Remix)
13) Lost In the Storm (Marley Marl Remix)
14) The Chubbster (House Mix)
15) Sister Morphine (With The A.T.E.E.M.)
16) The Big Man (Smooth Mix)
17) Let Me Hear You Say Hoe! (with Red Hot Lover Tone)
18) Back to the Grill Remix (With MC Serch)
19) Lost In the Storm (Trakmasterz Remix)
20) Treat Me Right (Corsa Ave Mix) (with G Man)
21) What Goes Up (Remix) (with Mack Da Maniak & King Just)
22) No Rubber, No Backstage Pass (with Biz Markie)
23) Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers (with OC & Jeru)
24) Awesome Two Freestyle
25) East Vs West (Original Mix)
26) Treat Me Right (Uptempo Mix) (with G Man)
27) Hot 97 Freestyle
28) Lyricist Lounge Freestyle (with Cella Dwellas & Ran Reed)
29) What A Year
30) Life (Do You Know) (Fanatic Remix)
31) Verse
32) Way Back (We’re Going) (with Just Ice)
33) Dummy Smacks (With Mr Len)
34) Mr Large
35) Rich Get Rich (With Lil Dap & Edo G)
36) Lip Service (with Just Ice)
37) People Places & Things (with Wordworth & MF Doom)
38) Me (with Mr Blu)
39) Bonus Track: Chubb Rocks The Party
40) Bonus Track 2: I Dream You
41) Bonus Track 3: Ya Bad Chubbs (Cribs Mix By Howie Tee)


Sounds Like The 90’s (Volume 6)

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Imma try and keep this shorter than usual since I just got back from my trip. The people wanted it so you are finally getting it-TAGS!

That’s right, moving forward all SLT9’s will be mp3 player friendly containing the proper tags and artwork. Volume 6 definitely has a more rugged feel than the previous efforts. The first half showcases what NY’s been doing for the better part of the year with the new Smif N Wessun featuring the Smith Bros.

Then we give you a taste of the new Marco Polo/Torae album Double Barrel, which I suggest you clicking on that link to preview because you just might be finding yourself at Best Buy later picking it up. I haven’t finished the whole album but based off what was leaked it was reason enough for me to cop it over the weekend (@ Fat Beats too)!

Former ONYX member Sonny Seez is back with a new 28-track album and our sister blog Steady Bloggin’ were kind enough to provide 8 tracks for you to check out. I felt
“Romp” was the best of the bunch and belonged on Volume 6. DJ Premier laced Blaq Poet with another joint and then we give you the latest by Chubb Rock and Wordsmith. I know the artwork reads Wordsworth and it would make sense for them to collaborate since they’ve done it before (Prince Paul) but this is Wordsmith. It’s my fault because I told the graphic dude (Kalel) the wrong thing.

Since Pete Rock and C.L. can’t put aside their differences we’re putting their newest tracks back-2-back on letting you decide who needs who more. Next up we got Superstar Quamallah making his 4th consecutive appearance with “Bass Murder” featuring Defari Heru. Don’t forget to cop Quam’s new album Invisible Man.

Making another consecutive appearance is the homie Godamus Rhyme with another leaked track from the T.R.O.Y. project “Classically Trained.” This time God tackles The Pharcyde classic and goes 3-3 with his remakes. And since I was in such a Pharcyde kinda mood, I thought it only made sense to throw on the recently remixed O.G. version by DJ Jazzy Jeff and close out the with Jean Grae’s tribute to Biggie.

Finally we have some newer tracks by Tha Connection, Tanya Morgan and ’09’s version of “A Milli” by Nathaniel Wilson. I did add a bonus track since it doesn’t really go with the theme but the subject matter definitely fits. Galvatron78 allows all of us Nintendo nerds to reminisce with his track “Playin Nintendo.” You can find more Galvatron78 tracks by clicking here.

Well that’s it from me. Hope you all enjoy the new volume and keep sending us those tracks! –Philaflava

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Sounds Like The 90s Volume 6

1. Smif N Wessun – I’m From Brooklyn feat. Smoothe Da Hustler & Trigger Tha Gambler
2. Torae – Hold Up feat. Masta Ace & Sean Price
3. M.O.P. Blow The Horns
4. Sonny Seez – Romp
5. Blaq Poet – Hate feat. Noreaga
6. Chubb Rock & Wordsmith – Old 2 The New
7. Pete Rock – Just A Word Or Two
8. C.L. Smooth – The Piano
9. Superstar Quamallah – Bass Murder feat. Defari
10. Grand Agent – It’s Only Right feat. Planet Asia
11. Giant Panda – 90’s
12. Godamus Rhyme – Passin’ Me By 2009 feat. Stik Figa
13. DJ Jazzy Jeff – Passin’ Me By (Remix)
14. Jean Grae – Hypnotize
15. Tha Connection – Realness
16. Tanya Morgan – Hardcore Gentleman
17. Kool G. Rap – Dopeman

Bonus Track
Galvatron78 – Playin’ Nintendo

Download Link #1
Download Link #2

Collect and download the previous 5 volumes here.

Super props to Kalel for always providing the dope covers and Strategy for completing the Sounds Like The 90’s series.

Hot 97 Radio Freestyle Pt.4 (1996)

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

Here’s volume 7 of the Hot 97 Wildstyle Freestyle Allstars Vinyl Series. Dope freestyles of the golden era from Wyclef, Rampage, Chubb Rock, & Buckshot over classic hip hop beats live on New York radio.

A1. Wyclef & The Refugee Camp – Freestyle
B1. Rampage The Last Boy Scout – Freestyle
B2. Chubb Rock – Freestyle
B3. Buckshot (of Black Moon) – Freestyle

Ripped exclusively by dirt_dog for The T.R.O.Y. Blog


— Thomas V

Last Episode of Yo! MTV Raps

Saturday, November 22nd, 2008

I’m sure everybody has seen this classic freestyle session at least once. The freestyle was cut into two parts. The first part had Rakim, Krs One, Erick Sermon, Chubb Rock, and MC Serch. After the commercial, they came back with Redman, Method Man, Large Pro, Special Ed, and Craig Mack. You can also see Rampage the Last Boy Scout in the crowd; I don’t know why he didn’t appear on the freestyle. Dj Skribble was on the turntables. They rhymed over the instrumentals of It’s My Thing, Mad Izm, and Real Hip Hop(Pete Rock Remix). I’ve always loved it when Erick Sermon is rapping and the beat switches to “Real Hip Hop”.

Part 1
Part 2

–Thomas V