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Take It Personal (Ep 27: The Reunion Show)

Thursday, May 24th, 2018

On episode 27, we’re joined by our close friend and former Philaflava Show member, DJ Krisis. We’re all feeling good on this episode thanks to some incredibly strong edibles and the sounds of the 90s. For many, this show will take you right back to high school with classics and forgotten gems from King Just, Private Investigators, Now Born Click, Da King & I, Kurious, Gravediggaz, Organized Konfusion, OutKast, Big Mike, Cash Money Click, Boogiemonsters, Trends of Culture, World Renown, KMD, plus, DJ 360 laces us with a remix of Woo-Hah. We also got a little friendly DJ battle between DJ 360 vs. DJ Krisis on this episode. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this!

Track list

1. King Just – Warrior’s Drum
2. Private Investigators – Mash Up The Mic (Remix)
3. Trendz of Culture – Off & On
4. Now Born Click – Mad Sick
5. Da King & I – Krak Da Weazel
6. Poor Righteous Teachers – Nobody Move
7. M.O.P. – How About Some Hardcore
8. Nas – One Time 4 Your Mind
9. Intelligent Hoodlum (Tragedy) – Grand Groove (Remix)
10. Kurious – I’m Kurious
11. LL Cool J – Pink Cookies In A Plastic Bag Getting Crushed By Buildings
12. Ill Al Skratch – Where My Homiez
13. Leaders of The New School – What’s Next
14. A Tribe Called Quest – God Lives Through
15. World Renown – How Nice I Am
16. The Beatnuts – Get Funky
17. Outkast – Ain’t No Thang
18. Big Mike – Havin’ Thangs feat. Pimp C
19. UGK – Ridin’ Dirty
20. Showbiz & A.G. – Next Level
21. Cash Money Click – 4 My Click feat. Mic Geronimo
22. Frankie Cutlass – Pay Ya Dues feat. Keith Murray, Busta Rhymes & Smif-N-Wessun
23. Busta Rhymes – Woo-Hah!! (DJ 360 Remix)
24. Organized Konfusion – Black Sunday
25. Gravediggaz – Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide
26. Boogiemonsters – Recognized Thresholds of Negative Stress
27. Beastie Boys – So What’cha Want (DJ Muggs Remix) feat. B-Real
28. The Roots – What Goes On Pt. 7
29. Souls of Mischief – Disseshowedo
30. KMD – What A Niggy Know?
31. Lord of The Underground – Funky Child
32. Ultramagnetic MC’s – One Two, One Two
33. Onyx – Last Dayz

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Take It Personal Podcast (Ep 5: Respect The Architects)

Monday, February 13th, 2017

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This is the first installment of several “Respect The Architects” episodes we’ll be doing. It’s important to not only remember, but respect the pioneers, the originators and the emcees who have influenced in hip-hop as we know it today. While shows like The Get Down or Hip-Hop Evolution have done a great job with the visual side of things, episode 5 is all about the audio. Our topic of the show is what emcee opened your eyes to hip-hop and made you hit that rewind button until it broke? Sit back, relax and thoroughly enjoy the sounds of LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane, Public Enemy and Boogie Down Productions to name a few.

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Rick Rubin Compilation (1984-1989)

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Words cannot express how much I appreciate Rick Rubin. If you’re no stranger to the Philaflava message boards, you’ll know I even dedicated an entire forum to the man. There may not be a more accomplished producer to have mastered almost every genre of music. Whether it was LL Cool J, T-La Rock, Run DMC, Beasties, Slayer, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Danzig, Johnny Cash, Tom Petty, NIN, Jay-Z or Lana DelRay, Ricky Rubin has pretty much worked with every accomplished artist you can think of. Below is a mix our homie claaa7 was kind to cook-up. Respect the God. –Philaflava

Rick Rubin Compilation (1984-1989)

01. T La Rock – “It’s Yours”
02. LL Cool J – ” I Need A Beat” [Original]
03. LL Cool J – “Rock The Bells” [Original]
04. Beastie Boys – “Rock Hard”
05. Hollis Crew “It’s The Beat”
06. Run DMC – “Christmas in Hollis”
07. Jazzy Jay – “Def Jam”
08. Junkyard Band – “The World”
09. Jimmy Spicer – “This is It”
10. Jazzy Jay – “Cold Chillin’ in the Spot”
11. Run DMC – “Jam Master Jammin'”
12. LL Cool J – “Going Back to Cali”
13. LL Cool J – “Jack The Ripper”
14. Run DMC – “Mary, Mary”
15. Queen – “We Will Rock You” [Remix Reduced by Rubin] [*]

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The Greatest Mix In All of Spotify (1992-95 Hip-Hop by Philaflava)

Friday, October 3rd, 2014

This is mammoth! 390+ tracks, 27+ hours of music featuring Masta Ace, Spice 1, Lord Finesse, World Renown, Brand Nubian, Tha Alkaholiks, Mic Geronimo, Mac Mall, all the way to Da King & I. This has to be the most complete 92-95 mix of hip-hop you’ll hear on Spotify. Check it out and enjoy your weekend!

    Evolution Of The B-Boy

    Friday, November 22nd, 2013

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    Longtime Philaflava member and T.R.O.Y. blog affiliate Mark 563 drops his debut, Evolution Of The B-Boy series. These are high quality contour-cut stickers featuring the first 4 illustrations from Mark 563. They feature Eazy-E, LL Cool J, Big Daddy Kane & Slick Rick (between 3.5” and 3.8” tall). They’re going to go with the quickness, so make sure you support the homie and grab yourself the first of many in the series.

    Cop series 1 for just $10 right here.

    T.R.O.Y. & Certified Dope Apparel Present – Sounds Like The 90′s Vol. 22

    Friday, September 20th, 2013

    It’s been a constant struggle to produce these lately, manly because I always feel I’m at an impasse with the selections. Is it too new sounding? Is it too dated? Is the quality of the mp3 good? Then of course, there is always, isn’t this track kinda played out by now?

    I know it’s hard to believe, but I really do put in work selecting, sequencing and creating the overall package for your CD-r or iTunes. This time around T.R.O.Y. and Certified Dope Apparel bring you volume 22, a compilation that features a collection of tracks that we feel exemplifies just how great hip-hop has been, even if a few joints are slightly aged by now.

    15+ years ago Ecko used to give mixtapes out with the purchase of their clothes. I never did rock much Ecko, but I made sure to rock those mixtapes. It was an ingenious idea by Mark Milecofsky Mark Ecko. Now 100 million dollars later you have Eckō Unltd. Not that we’re expecting to reach those levels but we feel we have something special with these 3 great collaborative shirts with Certified Dope. And of course, purchase or no purchase, we hope you enjoy our latest offering,  the Sounds Like The 90’s Vol. 22 .

    Vol. 22 takes us back in time, so extract the file, burn to a disc (56 mins total) or add to your playlist. Spread the word, spread the file and let’s celebrate hip-hop music.  I hope you enjoy Sounds Like The 90’s as much as I do creating them, even if it’s sometimes a challenge. –PhilaflavabomockbiggercousinmockbiggersologreymockbiggersolotankbiggerCLICK HERE TO ENTER STORE

    Certified Dope & T.R.O.Y. Presents – Sounds Like The 90′s Vol. 22

    1. Prince Paul Intro
    2. De La Soul – Get Away
    3. Prodigy & ALC – R.I.P. feat. Havoc & Raekwon
    4. Fat Joe – Your Honor feat. Action Bronson (prod. DJ Premier)
    5. Sauce Money – Just Nice feat. DJ Premier
    6. Da Buze Bruvaz – Unsportsman Like Conduct
    7. 14K – Live From Pimpstead feat. Roc Marciano
    8. Slum Village – Rock Rock feat. Rapper Big Pooh & DJ Jazzy Jeff
    9. Raekwon – T.U.R.K.E.Y. feat. Mic Geronimo & The Kid Daytona
    10. Roc Marciano – Ruff Town feat. Cormega
    11. Ka – Off The Record
    12. True Master – Batman & Robin feat. Raekwon & Ghostface Killah
    13. Common Interlude
    14. Kid Tsunami – Catch Wreck feat. O.C.
    15. Marco Polo – 3 O’Clock feat. Organized Konfusion
    16. Jeru The Damaja – Solar Flares (prod. Large Professor)
    17. Grand Daddy I.U. – She Said feat. Sadat X
    18. Action Bronson – Strictly 4 My Jeeps (Remix) feat. LL Cool J & Lloyd Banks

    Running Time: 56 minutes

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    Jim Sharp “Straighten It Out Volume 2”

    Thursday, January 24th, 2013

    A few months ago Jim Sharp messaged me to let me know that the followup mix to “Straighten It Out” was complete. Unfortunately, I was too busy and not really focused. But now that I’ve got the time, this mix is crazy good. Chock full of Jim’s own custom edits and mixes. Especially the Willie Hutch remix and The Main Ingredient edit. As long as you’re listening, check out some of his other (unmixed) edits.




    And if you missed out on volume 1, check his whole SoundCloud page or see my old post.

    enjoy,
    dirt

    LL Cool J – Year of The Hip Hop (prod. K-Def)

    Sunday, September 11th, 2011

    The is just unfuckwitable. We’ll have the mp3 for you once it’s made available (link below). For now peep the high quality rip and check out the back story. –Philaflava

    Back in 1994 K-Def was working on some beats out of the B Room in Marly Marl’s House Of Hits when LL Cool J walked in on his session and said “let’s make some tracks together.” Uncle L had always wanted to rhyme on a track using the famous ESG breakbeat ‘UFO’, so he had Def lay it down with some scratches and then went to town with the mic. Both thought they had a sure fire hit on their hands but unfortunately it was never used.

    The DAT tape of the studio session was feared lost for several years before it eventually turned up stuck behind a radiator! Now, 17 years later, K-Def and Slice-of-Spice are set to release ‘Year Of The Hip Hop’ on vinyl.

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    (Poll) Pick Your Favorite LL Cool J Track

    Monday, February 7th, 2011

    From the depths of the T.R.O.Y. Forum, courtesy of Da Publisher. Poll after the jump. (more…)

    DJ Yoda – LL Cool J (live in one take mix)

    Friday, February 4th, 2011

    Dirt Dog gave us the heads up on this and it doesn’t disappoint. Get wise. Download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/pdz2ui

    More DJ Yoda mixes here: http://soundcloud.com/dj-yoda-uk/tracks?page=1