September 14, 2014

Re-Up: Future Flavors 6-15-1996


Here's a Future Flavors show, with Pete Rock & Marley Marl on Father's Day, 1996. Ed Lover was in the studio. This one is courtesy of DJ Emskee from the Underground Railroad, so definitely big shouts.




July 31, 2014

July 29, 2014

Stretch & Bobbito 10-13-1994




This is another Stretch Armstrong Show from Koop's collection. Featured guests include The Genius, Killah Priest and Mad Skillz. The second half of this show that features Common Sense and Infinity and comes courtesy of A-One posted here back in 2008. Peace to Stretch & Bobbito and everyone looking out with tapes and rips.



July 15, 2014

Underground Railroad 3-4-2000




Here's an Underground Railroad show from March 2000. You get a good 90 minutes from DJ 3-D, MonkeOne, Jay Smooth, and co.  Monkone plays some older stuff on here too. Enjoy.



July 13, 2014

Stretch & Bobbito 1996 (w/Tragedy)




Boogie and the Barber on Hot 97 with
Tragedy Khadafi and his peoples in the
studio. This one is early/mid 1996.
Peace to Stretch & Bobbito and Greg T.

July 11, 2014

Re-Up: Stretch & Bobbito 3-16-1995 (w/Masta Ace Inc, The Roots, Bootcamp)

This might be my all time favorite Stretch & Bobbito show. This was one of those wish-I-still-had-this-tape kind of deals, until recently. This one is a collaborative effort, the first 2 hours brought to you by Steve B via Nobs and Aleph, and the 3rd part is what I was able to fill in afterwards. Not sure if Organized Konfusion showed up this night, but they were scheduled. You do get some good freestyle material from Masta Ace, Lord Digga, Paula Perry, Malik B, Black Thought, Dice Raw, Tek, Steel and Buckshot. Crazy line-up.

Stretch & Bobbito 3-16-1995
(w/Masta Ace Inc, The Roots, Smiff N Wessun, Buckshot)

July 3, 2014

Re-Up: Supernatural VS Craig G

Remember the Supernatural VS Craig G battles that were going on a while back? This is a clip from one of them. Towards the end of the battle they both get real heated. Craig G ends it by saying Supernat 'stepped on the mic chord.' I guess he forfeited and Supernat won this round. The movie 'Freestyle' has a segment where Supernatural talks about another battle they had where Craig G supposedly won. Personally I think the both of them are dope, and I couldn't really tell you who I like better. I think as far as freestyle abilities I'd probably go with Supernat, but as far as records I'd say Craig G.


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