Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
1996 is the year.
His early tapes are all little jewels so make sure you cop this one.
Thursday, September 24, 2015
Wikipedia teaches us that : " Red Alert has been noted for breaking in such acts and artists as A Tribe Called Quest, Queen Latifah, and Black Sheep. Red played a vital role in The Bridge Wars beginning in 1986. His legend grew immensely after being the first deejay to break the record South Bronx by Boogie Down Productions on his KISS-FM weekend radio show and club gigs in support of the Bronx-based hip hop group versus MC Shan, Marley Marl, and the Juice Crew. He holds the all-time record for the most guest appearances amongst all hip hop artists and personalities in the history of music video. "
"Broken glass everywhere
People pissin' on the stairs, you know they just don't care
I can't take the smell, can't take the noise
Got no money to move out, I guess I got no choice
Rats in the front room, roaches in the back
Junkies in the alley with the baseball bat
I tried to get away but I couldn't get far".
It looks like he's describing my hood. Things haven't change much in 30 years.. Expect maybe for the clothes street kids are wearing, and the funny haircuts.But then again it's the 80's.
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
A lot of times you just have to look at the cover of a tape to see if it's wack or not. This tape is not an exception. Wack cover, wack mixing so to all you listeners of wack mixtapes: this one is for you!
Once again Dj F. Don't know much about this guy. Props to the original ripper of this tape, which is definitely not the thieving, tape jacking, bootlegging blog where I got this from and which pretends it's an exclusive from them. Not that we care about exclusives, especially wack tapes like this, but we appreciate people not jacking our shit saying it's them who did it.
We take you back to 96. Fab made some nice mixtapes, he even has a dj in France with the same name causing lots of confusion. I've been told this is the original one so props to him, solid tape right there.
So we have this blog which is litteraly reposting (hours after being posted) our tapes without giving a reference to our blog, we might as well play their little game.
So props to the original poster, wherever/whoever he is, and middlefinger to this bunch of thieving bitches, you know who you are.
About this tape: well, I didn't listen to it but as you can see from the cover it's a west coast special, it's french and they made the least original cover ever.
Friday, September 18, 2015
96 was a good year for hip-hop. Another French tape this time by Dj Goldfingers and Mario. No idea who Mario was but Goldfingers was quite famous, not for his tapes, he only made 3 of them ( of which 2 feature on this blog) but more for the mixcd's and radioshows he made afterwards with Dj Kost and which had a huge commercial succes. This tape is his early work and it's a first class mix with some blends and the usual songs from that era. Straight outa the crates of one of Belgium's biggest mixtape fiends Loyd. Massive big up to him!
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
However this tape is fire: it features lots of scratches, blends and tricks with a selection of the major hip-hop and r&b hits from the end of the 90's.
Monday, September 7, 2015
Fat intro, freestyles by Rahzel & Supernatural, great overall selection, Dj Abdel at his finest.