Posts Tagged ‘juice crew’

Big Daddy Kane – Raw (DJ 360 Remix)

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

Taken from episode 1 of Take It Personal, here is the video and MP3 of Raw (DJ 360 Remix). Check out our website for all streaming, subscribing, playlists and downloading of our podcast. Thanks to everyone for their continued support!

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Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

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Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo – Men At Work (Marley Marl Remix)

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Peace to the T.R.O.Y. forum, specifically Dragondude R and Sigma.

Marley Marl Remix

Bonus: G Rap Rarities

MC Shan vs. Marley Marl Pt. 3

Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

New video of Marley’s response to the latest response. Now this is getting crazy. Please keep it on wax fellas. –Philaflava

MC Shan vs. Marley Marl Pt. 2

Monday, January 16th, 2012

Shan responds to Marley and pretty much confirms what we all thought after yesterdays video. Damn homie.

MC Shan vs. Marley Marl

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Shan sets the record straight on why he wasn’t on The Symphony. Marley’s response is below but he ain’t saying nothing really to dispute what Shan said. All I know is, Marley has had way too many shady dealings following him throughout his career. Not giving credit. Not paying artists. He is a legend so most people don’t care, but I bet K-Def has stories for days too. –Philaflava

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Big Daddy Kane – Documentary (45 mins)

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Another treat from the T.R.O.Y. forum. I have no idea how this turned out or when this is officially dropping but if Michael Rapaport can do a film on A Tribe Called Quest, then surely somebody can do something on the Juice Crew. Peace to fatboybrandon for the post as well as Blackout Hip-Hop too. –Philaflava

Roxanne Shante – Queen Pin (1995)

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010

Queen Pin” is Roxanne Shante’s last solo record on Cold Chillin’ Records. It was first released on Roxanne Shante’s Greatest Hits in 1995 on Cold Chillin’. It is produced by Tony T. who produced for the late Cold Chillin’ releases of Kool G Rap(XXX Cuts) and the Brooklyn Zoo 12″s. He also produced most of Mack da Maniak – Loco Motive album from 1996. “Queen Pin” was later released in 1996 as a promo 12″ inch containing a remix. I would love to hear it if someone has it as I don’t own it.. “Queen Pin” was ripped from the lp vinyl. Enjoy,


— Thomas V

MC Shan – Feed The World (1985)

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

“You got dropped off MCA cause the rhymes you wrote was wack…” KRS-One

Here’s MC Shan debut record on MCA Records in 1985. This is Shan’s first and only major-label release. Marley Marl is the producer. MC Shan would later get dropped from the label. KRS-One mentiones it when he disses Shan on BDP’s “South Bronx”.

This was ripped directly from my vinyl, I haven’t seen it on any blogs even though it’s actually a collectible record!


— Thomas V

Coach Ace (Masta Ace)

Friday, October 23rd, 2009

Gasface stays putting out dope videos. Here is their latest with Masta Ace breaking down the history between him and Marley and why he doesn’t tour during football season. –Philaflava