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T.R.O.Y. x Ras Beats Giveaway Soon

Sunday, September 4th, 2016

If you downloaded the latest Sounds Like The 90s, you’ll know that two of the joints came courtesy of Ras Beats. His latest release, Control Your Own features MC heavyweights Roc Marciano, O.C., Elzhi (Slum Village), A.G. (D.I.T.C.), Rasheed Chappell, Blacastan (A.O.T.P.), Breeze Brewin and more. From the Slick talkin Wit No Pressure, the thought-provoking lyrics of Knowledge Of Self, the instrumental anthem Queens to the dedication record God Bless, the album has the versatility of hip hop at it’s best.

Embracing the independent spirit, Control Your Own is a project following its own direction and rules. Check out the video and audio below and don’t sleep on one of the finer releases of 2016. In a few days we’ll have the giveaway info for you, so you can earn a chance at winning  the album. And we’ll we’re on that indie hip-hop tip, both Ka’s Honor Killed the Samurai and MarQ Spekt & Blockhead‘s Keep Playing are must owns as well. Hip-hop has been good to us this year, for a change. –Philaflava

1.Control Your Own                                                                          
2.Wit No Pressure Feat. Roc Marciano
3.Study Feat. Blacastan & Rasheed Chappell
4.Shoebox Feat. JBiz
5.Let It Be Feat. Masta Ace
6.Front Line Feat. Fev
7.Knowledge Of Self Feat. O.C. & Elzhi
8.Anticipation Feat. Kool Sphere
9.Queens
10.Survive Feat. Sadat X
11.Bust The Science Feat. Sureshot La Rock
12.Against The Wall Feat. Sub-Con & Breeze Brewin
13.God Bless Feat. JBiz & A.G.
14.Hero

Lord Jamar Tells White Rappers To Play Your Position

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013

It’s no secret that Lord Jamar isn’t exactly fond of homosexuality, especially in hip-hop. Here is a recent clip that I’m sure will be making headlines in the rap world. He’s pretty adamant about his beliefs. While he has every right to voice his opinion, so does rappers like Macklemore, even if you aren’t a fan. And not for nothing, Lord Jamar freely showing his penis in HBO’s OZ was as gay friendly as you could get. What are your thoughts on the subject?

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

Friday, September 6th, 2013

It’s crucial to start your weekend off proper and there is no better way than to check out these 10 classics. Ah, the good ‘ol days.

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T.R.O.Y. Blog Presents: D.I.T.C. For My Whip [Compilation]

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

This is compilation that i made to listen it while driving in my whip. After i finished it i thought maybe it would be a good idea to share it, some might find it interesting.

Main goal was that tracks must have heavy basses so that i can pump it up loud, shaking the whip. Second, i wanted to put as much as possible Diamond D tracks and featurings which including either his production, heavy basses or heavy lyrics, or all of that three.

You may ask why haven’t i included some tracks from “Word..Life”, well i have that album burned already and i like to listen to it from a to z.

Shorty Long once was affiliated with Lord Fineese, but after that single, he continued working with DJ Mike Smooth, but that track, that beat is sooo hard, making you wanna break something or somebody.

Lord Finesse’s production from 93-96 was so pure, crisp and clear, with heavy bass lines and drums, you just enjoy when you hear that clearness.

So basically those are some of my favorite D.I.T.C. tracks. I wanted to include few more tracks and i know you may ask why you left out this track or that track, but it is how it is, and there wasn’t any more free space on the cd.

**dirt_dog on the cover.

Enjoy!

01. Showbiz & A.G. – Never Less Than Ill
02. Diamond D – Best Kept Secret
03. Lord Finesse – Fat For The 90’s Feat. A.G.
04. Diamond D – ‘x!x!’ What U Heard
05. O.C. – Outsiders
06. Lord Finesse – Pull Ya Card
07. Diamond D – Red Light, Green Light
08. Showbiz & A.G. – You Want It Feat. Diamond D & Party Arty
09. Lord Finesse – You Know What I’m About
10. Diamond D – MC Iz My Ambition Feat. Don Barron
11. Big L – Devil’s Son
12. Diamond D – You Can’t Front (…It Is Real) Feat. Sadat X & Lord Finesse
13. Shorty Long – Shorty’z Doin’ His Own Thang
14. Showbiz & A.G. – Still Diggin’ Feat. Diamond D
15. Fat Joe – Watch The Sound Feat. Grand Puba & Diamond D
16. Diamond D – What You Seek
17. Lord Finesse – Check The Method
18. Diamond D – The Hiatus
19. Lord Finesse – Gameplan
20. Diamond D – Gather Round
 
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–Markshot

Celph Titled – There Will Be Blood feat. O.C., Sadat X, Grand Puba, A.G. & Diamond D (prod. Buckwild)

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

Whether you’re a fan of Celph Titled or not, an entire album of Buckwild beats has to entice you. The label (No Sleep) that put out Buckwild’s Diggin’ In The Crates: Rare Studio Masters (1993-1997) struck another deal with Mr. Best to use some of his leftover beats for this project. Along with that deal came an unreleased DITC collabo now (Celph) titled “There Will Be Blood.”

And to quote the great Daniel Plainview, “If you have a milkshake, and I have a milkshake, and I have a straw. There it is, that’s a straw, you see? You watching? And my straw reaches acroooooooss the room, and starts to drink your milkshake… I… drink… your… milkshake!” –Philaflava

Celph Titled – There Will Be Blood feat. O.C., Sadat X, Grand Puba, A.G. & Diamond D (prod. Buckwild)

Nineteen Ninety Now in stores now.

The T.R.O.Y. Blog Presents Funk-O-Rama V7

Friday, September 24th, 2010
Thanks to T.R.O.Y. forum member aleph for uploading of Machine Gun Funk remix without DJ voices over it.
**dirt_dog on the covers.
Enjoy!

01. Sadat X – The Funkiest
02. Edo. & Da Bulldogs – Stay Funky
03. 3 Steps From Nowhere – Dis Funk
04. Del The Funky Homosapien – Funk Em
05. Divine Beings – Funky Ultimatum
06. Papa Chuk – Trunk Of Funk
07. Freshco Da Flowa – Bring The Funk Thru
08. The Notorious B.I.G.- Machine Gun Funk (DJ Premier Remix)
09. Dangerous Dame – Oaktown Funk
10. Mesanjarz Of Funk – Funk In Da Trunk
11. London Posse – Funky Rhyme, Funky Style
12. Justice System – Flexin’ Tha Ill Funk
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–Markshot

D-Nice Television: True Hip Hop Stories Pt. 2

Saturday, August 21st, 2010

This is nothing else than amazing footage.

We have used only one interview so far from D-Nice TV, and was an interview with Dres, during our Native Tongue month.
Well now it’s about time point you, if you haven’t seen it so far, with all of those amazing interview, which will bring you back in the days for a minute.
Enjoy and thanks to D-Nice for this footage and we can only say, keep ’em coming.
“This is the story of a homeless rapper I met on the streets of Brooklyn. I feel for him because it’s quite obvious he suffered a great deal as a child. I don’t agree with how he lived his life but everyone deserves to be forgiven”.
–Markshot

Loud Records “The Set-Up” Promo Tape (1997)

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

It’s taken me a long time, but as promised, here is a 320 rip for the 1997 promo sampler “The Set-Up.” It’s mostly made up of tracks everyone knows from nine seven, but it also contains 2 tracks that were never released: The Dwellas “The Main Aim” and Aäsim D’XplicitFly Shit” (misspelled as D’Xpicit on the tape and sleeve). The .rar file contains all the scans including the back cover and a full scan of the sleeve.

RISING
a1 Big Punisher-You Ain’t A Killer

a2 Davina-So Good
a3 Dead Prez.-Food, Clothes and Shelter
a4 The Dwellas-The Main Aim
a5 Aäsim D’Xplicit-Fly Shit

SHINING
b1 Chef Raekwon-Wu Gambinos (Hidden Chamber)
b2 The Likx feat. ODB-Hip-Hop Drunkies
b3 Mobb Deep-In The Long Run
b4 Yvette Michele-I’m Not Feeling You
b5 Xzibit-At The Speed Of Life
b6 Sadat X-Game’s Sober

D-O-W-N-L-O-A-D

enjoy,
–dirt_dog

eMC – U Let Me Grow / Brand Nubian – Momma

Sunday, May 9th, 2010
From eMC‘s “The Show” (2008)

From Brand Nubian‘s “Fire In The Hole” (2004)
Happy Mother’s Day!
— Thomas V