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Boogie & The Barber w/Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito - February 16th 1997 - WQHT



Here is another episode of Boogie & The Barber with Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito uploaded by Dailey Maddawg 76. The show was aired on February 16, 1997 on Hot.97 WQHT.
 


Big Jaz / Jay-Z & Sauce Money - Foundation

Black Attack feat Problemz- Verbal Attack

Street Smartz feat FT, O.C. & Pharoahe Monch - Metal Thangz

Grav feat Al' Tariq - City to City

Dutchmin - Surrounded

AK Skills - One Life Ta Live Instrumental

Talk Break 

Shabaam Sahdeeq - My Words

Krumbsnatcha - Gettin Closer to God

Dj Honda feat Problemz - Kill The Noise Remix

CNN - T.O.N.Y (Top Of New York) Instrumental

Talk Break 

Big Pun - You Ain't a Killer

Saukrates feat Masta Ace & O.C - Rollin'

Mobb Deep feat Infamous Mobb - Rep The QBC

Natural Resource - Bum Deal

Camp Lo - B-Side To Hollywood

Buckshot - Follow my Lead

Mista Meaner & Dog Face - Saratoga Ave

Royal Flush - Iced Down Medalllions

Mobb Deep - G.O.D Pt III Remix

Cella Dwellas - Main Aim





source http://hiphop-thegoldenera.blogspot.com/2022/01/boogie-barber-wstretch-armstrong.html

Mix : Dj Droppa Presents Keep it movin' 37

 




SIDE A

1. Dj Droppa - Intro (beat by Shanti Gallos) 

2. BodyBagBen & Rick Hyde - Make Amends 

3. DJ Muggs & Crimeapple - Tony 2C 

4. Rasheed Chappell & XP The Marxman feat Jay Royale - Toss The Metal 

5. Remedy feat RZA - Supreme Intellect 

6. Snaggapuss & Ramzee - Bronx Dundee 

7. People Without Shoes - Slum Lord 

8. Ty Farris feat UFO Fev - Back blocks 

9. Pounds feat MAV and Flee Lord - Anarchy 

10. Dry Sift - Andere Shit 

11. Skav, Keer&Boo & Doop - 030 tot de 64 

12. DJ Muggs & Crimeapple - Bathtubs Full Of Veuve 

13. BodyBagBen & J Scienide feat Napoleon Da Legend & Rasheed Cappell - Despicable 

14. Machacha feat Jay Nice & Mickey Diamond - Unfriendly extortion 

15. Evidence feat Conway - Moving On Up 

16. Precyce Politix & DRUGS Beats feat OC from NC - No Face Phillip 

17. Chung feat King Shadrock - Chung Shui 

18. Guilty Simpson & Conway The Machine - Vega Brothers (Bozack Morris rmx)

SIDE B

19. Mack, King & Monster - Chopstix 

20. DOPE DOD & ChuBeats feat Sticky Fingaz - Buffoonery 

21. Precyce Politix & DRUGS Beats - Keisha's Awakening 

22. OC From NC feat Jooselord - '95 Goodie Mob 

23. Recognize Ali - Arturo 

24. Jay Holly & Prime - Cream Of The Crop 

25. O Sabio & L Undercover - 2 Doigts Sur La gachette 

26. Krauw Konnekt - De Familie 

27. Krs-One - Knock Em Out 

28. UG & Nick Wiz - Get It In 

29. Ramzee & Blaq Poet - Deadly As Ever 

30. Rasheed Chappell & XP The Marxman - Sinful Saints 

31. Stu Bangas feat Lord Goat & Recognize Ali - Dead Body 

32. Fresh Out Da Sismolab feat Big Twins - 41st Time 

33. The Quarter Inch Kings - Blood On Satan's Claw 

34. M Slago feat Senica Da Misfit - Spazz 

35. Neighborhood Creeps - Shockwave 

36. LDFDP - Salflic




source http://hiphop-thegoldenera.blogspot.com/2022/01/mix-dj-droppa-presents-keep-it-movin-37.html

38 Spesh, Nems, OT The Real, Eto And More Performing Live In Syracuse 1/29

January 29th Exotic Roots Hydro presents: “A Sesh With Spesh” featuring a top tier lineup of elite underground MCs, media personalities and more. For tickets click here



source https://undergroundhiphopblog.com/singles/38-spesh-nems-ot-the-real-eto-and-more-performing-live-in-syracuse-1-29/

[Music] KiddxSurge (@KiddxSurge) - "Knock Knock"

Hailing from Chicago Illinois, upcoming songwriter Kiari Barnes who goes by the stage name KiddxSurge a.k.a The Surgeon releases his new single "Knock Knock" on all streaming platforms. Surge recalls creating the record Knock Knock while sitting in the house one day thinking. "What if the police run in right now? What are you gon' do?" he says in his own words. This thought inspired him to look through beats until he found a grungy one. The song is also inspired and sponsored by Scuba Squad Extracts who currently has the best thc diamonds on the West Coast. Surge says he was aiming to release a single that would be an anthem for all the hustlers and corner boys across the world. Starting from the early days of just rapping and being bored in the house, hanging out on the corner smoking while listening to instrumentals would start something much more. After getting positive feedback from friends and people in the neighborhood encouraged Barnes to pursue taking music a-lot more seriously. KiddxSurge inspirations are J.Cole, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Juice WRLD, Meek Mill, Yo Gotti and more. He's opened up for artists like Lil Webbie, Trizzy Track and has performed at many festivals showcasing his talent as well as throwing his own 4/20 event every year. Barnes started making noise after the breakout release of his single "Stay Back" and another called "Reloaded" both of which he has shot video's for. Surge says his plans for 2022 is to not become the biggest artist in SoCal but in the world, even though KiddxSurge is from Chicago he is currently living in San Diego, California. He plans on creating a-lot more visuals and networking with a lot more artists in the music industry this year and networking with all additional fans throughout the year. Stream "Knock Knock" by KiddxSurge on all platforms if you haven't heard it yet. Via I am ChicagoMusic! https://ift.tt/3m6Iieo

Shazzy - Ghettosburg Address - 1994


 

Shazzy's second album entitled "Ghettosburg Address" originally recorded and shelved by Elektra in 1994 is definitely a project I'd like to see coming out on vinyl nowadays, along with some unreleased demos from '93-'94 if some exist somewhere... The album contains tracks produced by the legendary Pete Rock, Rockwilder, Da Funkey Hoodz, CMT & Ski. 

If you don't know Sherry Raquel Marsh a.k.a Shazzy and need a quick recap about her discography, you need to know that this Queens-based female emcee was signed to Elektra in the late 80s/early 90s and dropped two singles and her debut album "Attitude: A Hip-Hop Rapsody" in 1990. It was fully produced by Stimulated Dummies a.k.a SD50's, the collective of beatmakers comprised of Dante Ross, John Gamble (RIP) & Geeby Dajani (RIP).


CD - 1990 - Elektra  


"Rap has its own laws of action and reaction. Unlike most pop, rap records answer one another, naming names and hurling praise, insults or rebuttals. Until recently, rapping was almost exclusively a men's club, but a wave of women rappers appeared in the late 1980's and is gathering force. The first group - Queen Latifah, M. C. Lyte, Roxanne Shante - generally took the high road, ignoring the violent talk and blunt, unexamined sexism of most male rappers. But in the last year, the 2 Live Crew have gained wide notoriety for their lewd raps, while gangster rap has hitched its tales of urban violence to an increasingly vicious misogyny; when Ice-T describes himself as ''the bitch killer'' to glorify his outlaw persona, someone has to talk back. Female rappers are still greatly outnumbered, but they're beginning to speak up directly against macho bluster, and to remind the rap audience that women aren't exclusively ''bitches,'' ''hoes'' (whores) or sex-crazed ''freaks,'' as too many male rappers pretend.

As a rule, the new female rappers create personas that are more level-headed, more compassionate and less heavily armed than their male colleagues'. Boasting comes with the territory, but women speak less about mowing down opponents and more about their own skills. They're aggressive but don't pretend to be invulnerable or infallible, and when they discuss violence, they also pay attention to the mopping up afterward. Most of them have doubts about promiscuity. But female rappers don't suggest any feminist utopia; in their raps, sisterhood is competitive - for male affections and for dominance as rappers - and mercy is doled out sparingly and selectively.

The most ambitious and substantial new female rap album is Shazzy's ''Attitude: A Hip-Hop Rapsody'' (Elektra 60937; all three formats). Sherry Raquel Marsh, a k a Shazzy, is a husky-voiced woman from Queens who sends rhymes dodging and ricocheting through the crisp, layered funk riffs dispensed by D. J. Vanguard. Like other rappers, Shazzy has multiple agendas. She extols her own prowess, pays tribute to the soul and funk recycled in her backup tracks, shows off her quick tongue, free associates and exhorts listeners to dance. But she also moves into the Afrocentric political territory of Public Enemy and Boogie Down Productions with ''Black Is a Nation'' and ''Believe It's So,'' a song about racial and sexual discrimination that asserts, ''Nine women out of 10 will tell you hell no/ I ain't livin' like a body with no face/ Identity is set and my mind is a terrible thing to waste.'' As a bonus track on the CD, she moves into reggae dance-hall rapping and insists, ''Equality we demand'' and ''No man control me.''

Shazzy disputes the practice of sex as conquest in ''Heartbreaker,'' in which she confesses to playing games with her lovers, and in ''Giggahoe'' (it rhymes with gigolo), a scathing put-down (set to a jaunty New Orleans piano lick) of an ex-lover who didn't know a good thing when he had it. She tells high-living drug dealers with no future that ''You need a job, kid,'' and in ''The Way It Is,'' she details the collapse of families torn by drugs, shooting and child abuse. Shazzy is always serious, unwilling to drop her guard; the only jokes turn up as snippets between songs. But Shazzy knows the difference between preaching and rapping; she lets the rhythm carry the message, never the other way around. " - courtesy of "The Women Who Talk Back in Rap" - New York Times from October 21, 1990, Section 2, Page 33.



After that Shazzy dropped 2 singles, the first one 3 years later... "Ghettosburg Address" which came out on 12" and on Cassette. The A-side of the wax contains the lead single "Ghettosburg Address" produced by The Funkey Element Of Soul (Lyrics written by C-Money and beats produced by T.Rose) and the B-side contains the excellent "Stone Walls" produced by Da Funkey Hoodz. The second one "Pass Anotha Bag"/ "Pump My Brother (Ruff Stuff)" came out in 1994 and was produced respectively by Pete Rock and Rockwilder. Both 12" are very cheap so grab them asap !



12" - 1993 - Elektra




12" - 1994 - Elektra 



The album "Ghettosburg Address" which is a 9-track project was scheduled to be released in early 1994 on Elektra Records. A few promo copies were recorded on tape and although the album never saw the light of day it was officially reviewed in Vibe Magazine in March 1994. 







source http://hiphop-thegoldenera.blogspot.com/2022/01/shazzy-ghettosburg-address-1994.html

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