fredag 18 december 2009

A-Real-Dope Compilation #4 (1991-2002)

yo, friday & anotha heated compilation for ya'll ! im not gonna write that much about the actual compilation.. i picked some tracks i've been listenin' a lot to lately & i thought i'd share them with u headz bla bla bla... just as the last compilation i tried to put the main focus on the early boombap flava cuz that's what we like the most isnt it ?! im really glad for the feedback i've gotten from my compilation & it's good to see so many people with the same taste ! u can leave some feedback on which tracks u find best or which compilation u liked the most etc..but the real feedback should go to the unknown people who originally ripped these motherfuckin' hard to get tracks onto tha net, yo!

happy christmas guys, enjoy the music & the vacation.!!!!!!!!!


01-style skillz-run that-1997
02-pesos-don't smile-1993
03-the bosco money project-ride the b side-1992
04-4deep-soft sucka rap-1992
05-bakers of the holy bread-twelve moments to the only conclusion-1994
06-tl (the teacher)-back to yell-1991
07-lord ishawn and the bronx outlaws-the kid's got it goin on-1992
08-lord pre n' the funk legacy-prime-time-1993
09-dolby the d-gone clear-1993
10-rhythm & poetry-via satellite-1994
11-2 to the head-dance with the devil-1993
12-another nasty move-two too the jaw-1994
13-majar leegue-here we go-1992
14-a.l.t. & lost civilization-spike the punch-1992
15-m.c. class-hope you're listening-1993
16-original squad-microphone wrecker-199x
17-me & my cousin-let your rhymes run-1994
18-hoodtop madness-eye ghot skillz (remix)-1994
19-rampage-beware of the rampsack (breed blend)-1994
20-black a.g.-wild and unlawful-1995
21-lpsd-insane nigga-199x
22-2 tone committee-one-2002
23-da last future-mental combat-1994
24-mad flava-bangin'-1995
25-melicious d-emperor-fuck em all-1998

here's a preview as usual from 1 to 25:

Props to mattnyce for some hook ups! Mad appriciated, check out his latest mixtape HERE! you wont regret it!

fredag 11 december 2009

Blaze Da Golden Jaw - Next Year, 12" (1998)

yo waddap, im pretty sad i gambled away my last cash for this month and will be without food for 11 days yo hahhh! imma be aiight tho, i guess. wanyway i had a request 2 post this 12" by Blazzzzze. it's an ok 12". fredro kills it and so does lin que! it's pretty neat for 1998, i like the "serious shit" track the most (ok it's the only track i like) lol. OH...Doo Dirty is on this shit which u might recognize from an earlier post. GET WILd IN HERE!!!!!

get da realnezz! (no instrumentalz 4 u) - as if any rapper today cud spit Hhah3hhahehaeheeeeeeA

måndag 7 december 2009

Bros. Grimm - Anthem, 12" (1999)


Philly banger released on "GCE Recordings". Decent record! Pretty good for being 1999. Every track is more of less good, noone which stands out. Typical thug rap, hope you enjoy. Hard to decide which is the winner track for me but I'd pick "That's What's Up".

Get the realnezz!

fredag 4 december 2009

Gig Saw - We Ride Da Beats, 12" (1997)

Wuz good ya'll?? I hope ya'll enjoyed my latest compilation! I had a request to post this banger by Gig Saw. It's a really dope record and if you liked the Nitebreed I posted a while back you'll fucking love this shit man! It sounds as if it's a lil' earlier then 1997 for sure. It's grimey horrorcore with a dope production so I'm sure most of you headz will feel it!! Winner for me is "Bigons"..i think, have a listen!!!

Get the illness!

fredag 20 november 2009

A-Real-Dope Compilation #3 (1992-1996)

Whats up ya'll? Friday and I got some fucking heat to share! I was bored and decided to make a new compilation for ya'll eventhough it wasn't that long since I did my last, but fuck it. Not much to explain about it. I picked some tracks I've been listening a lot to lately and I hope you're all feeling them just as much as I do. The Boombap factor is maxed out! There's about 200+ people which have downloaded my compilations! Thanks for that! Tell me what you think of them please! I'd like to hear which tracks you dig the most and the least etc.. Oh, and I'm deeply sorry if the quality of some of the tracks are rather poor but you'll manage I hope! I know it can be irritating when you hear such an awesome track and the quality is fucked up. :E Anyway, lets get to the tracklist shall we..


01-black a.g. & quicksilver cooley-g n bud-1995
02-bá bá kidz-bad boyz-1993
03-earthquake-only for the wicked-1994
04-2 kannon-keep it goin'-1992
05-doo wop & da bounce squad-bounce, rock, skate, roll-1993
06-lonnie o-dream on-1992
07-lonnie-o-it's lik dat-1994
08-total chaos-cum and get sum-1993
09-rough luxery crew-pandemonium-1993
10-press play-hip hop crib-1992
11-lyric lords-need i say more-1993
12-lord ishawn & the bronx outlaws-microphone check-1992
13-larry larr-funk freakers-1993
14-sha'dasious-mr. dasious (remix)-1992
15-swing kidz-untitled-199x
16-big e. smalls & ant live-da sure shot-1993
17-5 star crew-yo! we got alot!-1992
18-madstyle feat. evil twinz-redrum-1993
19-rhythm radicals-put our thing down-1992
21-three over the kuku's nest-helter skelter-1994
22-buda hedz-unknown track-1994
23-angel of def feat. freak dog-hero-1995
24-w.i.z feat. sazon: the lyrical spice-goin for the killin'-1995
25-east flatbush house of rep's-e.f. house of rep's-1996
26-draztik mezurz-i can't sleep-1994

Here is a preview of the all the tracks, 1-26:

I'd like to give mad shoutouts to the people who originally shared these bangin' tracks onto the internet. Bless you! You know who you are.

Peace to s-rock for his mad taste & dope mixes!

onsdag 18 november 2009

Ram Squad - Ramboom, 12" (1994)


here's a fucking dope 12" outta philly by Ram Squad. They got a whole lot of releases which is dope but this one right here is THE killer. I'm feeling all of the three tracks on it, dunno which i like the most. this was released 1994 on "bank management" and got Sha'dasious & Miz on the sick production.. too bad i'm lacking the instrumentals. hope ya'll are fine anyway..

get the illness!

propz to schenectadyfan !

måndag 16 november 2009

Maja League - Organized Crime, 12" (1997)

Someone wanted this and I uploaded it elsewhere but I figured I'd drop it here as well since I've uploaded it already! It's quite dope! Maja League is from Long Island, New York. This was released in 1997 on Southeast Entertainment. The winner on this 12" for me is:

Get the illness!

söndag 15 november 2009

Goldmine - Cartwheels & Handsprings II, CD (1997)


Here's a dope CD. I bought this recently for $1,20 (Whaa?!) The production on this CD is amazing. I am not sure if ya'll gonna feel it since it got an RNB touch to it on a lot of the tracks but the following tracks will get you hyped up: "Accident", "Now To Infinity" and "Eye's Peepin'" The second named track has the rapper ADL featured which you may be familiar with from my earlier post about his group "Absent Minded". If you didn't get it by now, this crew is from Sweden! Here's 3 previews:


Now To Infinity:

Eyes Peepin':

Get the realness!

fredag 13 november 2009

Da Nubian One Son Publik Anounsa - Deep Concentration, 12" (1997)

requested !!!!! u may be familiar wit one of da dudes on this 12" from his joint "comin' from crooklyn jointz" , dats a really nice joint..anyway this features two emcees, and was released in 1997 on "upreyes entertaintment". dunno which track i dig the most tbh im too fucked's one:

get the illness !

props to mchawkone !

3rd Degree - Nobody's Bizness, 12" (1998)

BLAW BLAW! can't sleep.. so i will drop some more gems.. here is 3rd degree outta NJ. this was released on "mars entertainment" in 1998. U may be familiar wit 3rd degree from The SCam EP i posted earlier or any of his other 3 releases ? either way, this is one of those 12" which the b-side totally kills it. just listen:

get the illness !

thanks to nobs @ for da scan.

torsdag 12 november 2009

Various - New England Hip Hop Massive, 12"/EP (1993)

One of the most wanted 12"/EP's from the ninties within Hip Hop. It was released on "DFO Record Group" in 1993. Holocaust Frost, Subversive Element, Hooded Tactics, SFL Productions and Literate Disciples drops some heat here! They are from Boston, Massachusetts, if I am not totally mistaken. If you want a good review of this record I suggest you click HERE. The winner bomb on this is without any doubt the "The Line Up" track:

Get the illness!

onsdag 11 november 2009

Pryme Tyme - P.H.D., 12" (1993)


Here is a dope 12" outta Brooklyn by Pryme Tyme. If you like to smoke blunts & listen to classic Hip Hop this is for you! It was released in 1993 on B.O.M.B. Records. I am defenetly feeling the "P.H.D." joint here:

Get the illness!

tisdag 10 november 2009

3 to da head !!

Get the track

Grimey enough for you? I.....died..

And once you're ready for the next..

I love you too!

Get the track

Last but not least..

Get the track

How are you feeling?

Millions of thanks to Huntkillberry, tapemaniak and Mad Human for uploading these! And folks..please tell me what you think of the 3 tracks!

Da Rezawrektaz ! - Mulah $$$, 12" (1995)

Pretty dope 12" outta New Jersey. Released on Cipher Records in 1995. I've always wanted to hear this record and I guess a lot of you guys as well. Either way, the winner is "Mulah $$$" without any question! What you guys think?

Get the illness!

Da Minds of Sol - Blinded By The Light, 12" (1997)

Yo! I had a request to post this 12" by Da Minds of Sol. This is a pretty wicked record. I especially enjoy the beat and I know many others do too! This was released on 5th Dynasty in 1997. And they are from Philly!

The winner is without any question for me the "Blinded By The Light" track and you might recognize it if you've download my first compilation.

A1 - Blinded By The Light (Street Edit)
A3 - Blinded By The Light (Instrumental)
B1 - Holocaust Part II (Street Edit)
B3 - Holocaust Part II (Instrumental)

lördag 7 november 2009

Brother Most - Wind It Up, 12" (1993)

A really nice 12" for you all. I hope you enjoy it! It was released on Rol-Up Records in 1993 and it's Brother Most's first release. He had some other releases too which is worth checking out on. Here is his other release "Did You Want Some Mo'". And Here is another dope 12 by him called "Bunga Nattural". DOPE SHIT! Thanks a lot to CrimeFamily for coming through on these two!

Brother Most is from Marlyland, DC if I'm not mistaken. Check out the winner on this 12":

And here is the video for the track:

Download VLS

T.H.U.G.G.S - Move Your Body, 12" (1995)

Here is another dope record outta NYC. It was released in 1995 on "Word Is Bond Productions".

"Move Your Body" is the winner for me:

Download VLS

III D - Can I Pump That?, 12" (1994)

Yo, whats good all.

Great 12" by "III D" outta NYC. This was released in 1994 on "On Point Entertainment". I don't have much more information about it. If anyone got any more information about him wrote so! I can't decide which track I like the most. Both are insanely good! Here are they:

Download VLS

torsdag 5 november 2009

Indie wantz..

I'll try return the f(l)avor! So far I haven't gotten anything at all from anyone coming to this site. If you got anything I'm looking for please say so in the chat or comment section.

I hope you liked my second compilation! 130 downloads only so far though, meh.. :P

Peace ya'll!

söndag 25 oktober 2009

A-Real-Dope Compilation #2 (1992-1998)

Time for another compilation for you all! I hope you'll enjoy this as you did with my first if not more! This time it didn't take me as long as it did to make the first. I think I picked the tracks within 2-3 minutes or so, but that doesn't mean it's not as good! In this one you'll pretty much only find boombap flava. There are a few exceptions in the end though. And just as with the previous compilation I tried to pick joints that I thought most of you haven't heard and I hope at least the majority of the people that downloads this finds a few unheard joints!

I am really sorry if some tracks got a somewhat poor quality, but hey.. they are from demo tapes so I hope you'll be fine. I really wasn't sure if I would add them because the gems gets kind of destroyed in a way when the quality isn't that good. Either way, it was done and I couldn't be arsed to add different tracks or try to improve their quality.

Feel free to tell me what you think of this compilation. Did you like it more then the #1? Which track(s) did you find the best? And so on..


01-ebony broadcast system-funky-rye-man-1992
02-native rhythm-paid my dues-1993
03-phatt al-potbellie-1997
04-suave-breakem' up-1994
05-t.h.u.g.g.s.-move your body-1995
06-three over the kuku's nest-lord i cant take it no more-1994
07-two city tribe-da flava pakt func (da assault squad attack mix)-199x
08-two without hats-fast on the draw-1993
09-undertakers-buck buck-199x
10-the henchmen-blame it-1994
11-horror city feat. resident alien & superstar-aah's & oohh's-1994
12-swift-the ruff shitt (ill skoll shop mix)-1993
13-mesanjerz of funk-keep it flowin' (remix)-1993
14-da youngstas-selling drugs-1995
15-prose & concepts-peanut gallery-1995
16-trends of culture-coming from the underground-199x
17-lsd-parkside madness-1994
18-nuff ruffness-styles comes at ya-1993
20-madflowas-enter the realm (reality rmx)-2009
21-ikee-rock on-1995
22-big twan feat. big kwam-hellgate rebel (phobia remix)-2009
23-phade 2 black feat. rmr-torture (merc hard)-1995

Here is a preview of all the tracks from 1 to 24:

I want to thank the people who hunted these jewels down and were kind enough to rip them and share them onto the intraweb. Big thanks to you, whomever you are! Also, I would like to thank the two people who did the dope remixes of Big Twan and Madflowas. Illest new-old remixes I've ever heard! - That's it, now it's time to bop your heads!

lördag 24 oktober 2009

Basement Society - Raw Power Move, Tape (1995) / Who Downstairs?, Tape (1994)

daam i keep postin today..

here's a dope crew outta nebraska, first up is their unreleased ep from 1995. the winner track for me gotta be either this down here or the "headcrack" joint, can't say...both are insane! ENJOY!

download tape

on to their first release..

yayayayaya!!! dats the motherfuckin biscuit!!

download tape

Terror Trollz - Admit It, 12" (1998)


download vls (low quality but deal widdit)

Rufnexz - Rufnexz Hip Hop, 12" (1996)


illness!! i really like this one, excellent request

download vls

if anyone got their "timberland stomp" release get at me. pz

Broadway - Must Stay Paid, 12" (1995)


download vls

fredag 23 oktober 2009

Phonetik - Sounds of Speech, EP (1998) + Random tracks & more!

Another swedish post! I had a request to drop Phonetik's EP and if I had any other loose tracks from him which I had too. Phonetik is as I mentioned from Umeå, Sweden and begun rapping around 1995.

Winner for me is very hard to decide for me but it's either one of these two:

Download EP

Download the loose tracks

onsdag 7 oktober 2009

The Ku - Who's 1st, 12" (1991)

Yo, a while since I posted and I had a request to post this 12" by The Ku. This was released in '91. I can't fucking understand how ahead of it's time this was. This crew is from New York. Shit is dangeriously dope and it was released on A.S.S. Kickin Records. Both tracks are killers beyond anything else that was released back in '91 except for maybe "2 Black 2 Strong M.M.G.".

Whatcha' think? Makes you fucked up doesn't it?

torsdag 1 oktober 2009

Various - Sex, Money And Drugs, 12" (1998)

Yo, people wanted me to post this 12" so I do! It features four emcees, Khoury Planet, Phil Blunts, Black Jesus and Snypa. This was released in 1998 on D.O.O.M. Entertainment. The other 12" by Phil Blunts & Black Jesus are defenetly worth checking out! My favorite track on this 12" gotta be the "G-Notes" track on the B-side:

Thanks to McHawkone!

Download VLS

fredag 25 september 2009

The Hoodz - Pull Out Your Gatz / Wacha Gonna Do, 12" (1993)

Had a request for this one as well and since I posted their first 12" I gotta post this one as well because it is just as dope! This 12" reminds me a lot of the group The Henchmen which I've made a post about earlier. My winner has to be the main mix of "Pull Out Your Gatz":

Download VLS (No radio versions included)

Nitebreed (The Prince Of Darkness) - Meditations On Death, 12" (1994)

Someone requested this. It's pretty dope! It's Horrorcore and it is from 1994 and I guess they're from the New York area? Or maybe Chicago? Anyway..these guys were dissing Gravediggaz on their EP. The winner for me is the "Son Of Sound" track. Well suited production to such a dark track. Whatcha' think?

Download VLS

torsdag 24 september 2009

Various - Missing Link, EP (1996)

Anotha dope and obscure release for ya'll. Someone requested this a while back so I figured I'd post it. It was released on Slam'n Tracks Productions in 1996. The winner for me is defenetly "Red 1 A.C.C. - My People":

Download full EP

Doo Dirty - Live By The Gun, 12" (1996)

Yo, today I'm dropping a pretty obscure 12" from the group Doo Dirty. I have no information at all about this I'm afraid. If you can provide any information please do so by dropping a comment.

It was released on Diamond Life Productions in 1996 and the winner for me is "Live By The Gun", which is the rough side on this 12"!

Download full VLS

söndag 20 september 2009

Various - The Ultimate Reign Of Musical Assassins Vol. 1, EP (1995)

Waddap headz! How did you like my mix? I'm going to continue doing some mixes I think!

Some guy requested this and it's too dope to not do a post about!

It was released on Phunky Skunk Music in 1995 and features five different emcees. Props, Pashun 'N' Da Loonatik, 3rd Degree and B Supa. I don't know much about these rappers apart from that 3rd Degree is from New Jersey and you might be familiar by him from his "Travel Trough Darkness" release (Very good). So if anyone got anymore information about the other rappers please feel free to add it in the comment section!

The winner tracks on this EP for me are these two tracks below:

Don't flip out yo! Pashun 'N' Da Loonatik - Lyrical High makes me high!

Download EP (Sorry that there are no instrumentals on it)

By the way, my man Moriarty did a dope blend on that "OoliOo" track by The Hoodz! Give it a listen trough here and tell me what you think of it, will you? I find it better than the original!:

Cookies to the one who first says which instrumental he used!


onsdag 2 september 2009

A-Real-Dope Compilation #1 (1990 - 1999)

I've always wanted to do a compilation with tracks that I absolutely love. Sure, there are thousands but it would not be any fun for you if I took tracks that most of you have already heard or tracks which I've been posting in previous posts or on other blogs so I tried to surprise as many as possible and still keep the quality up. It's hard, very hard because I know there's mad heads around this blog which have heard pretty much everything in the ninties (okey not everything, but you get my point) so I - as I said, tried to surprise and please as many as possible with some hopefully un-heard madness for most of the people. This is a 20 track heavy mix!

Here's a preview with all the 20 tracks, from the start to the finish:

I tried to mix it up a bit so it starts off with a mystical tough and after that the grimey roughness coupled with the boom bap flava begins and continues for some tracks. Then it gets more toned down on the roughness but you'll continue to hear that boom bap and flavored type of rap. Towards the end it all gets more deep, both lyricly & with the beautiful pianos and more crispy stuff.

So play it from from start to finish for maximum pleasure!


01-different shades of black - intro/comprehension-1998 (remix)
02-prisoners of war - to become mc's-199x
03-da minds of sol - blinded by da light-1997
04-olori rock - ruff -n- tuff-1994
05-raw approach - wrong nek of da woodz (brownsville mix)-1993
06-onyx - shifftee (remix)-1993
07-m.c. slice - bitch ass niggaz-1993
08-pazz the jazz - give em what they want-1992
09-tymz up - klap tu dis-1993
10-tymz up - phunky phat phlava-1993
11-mutha goose militia snippets-199x
12-tymz up - mic grippa-1993
13-m.c. jewel with d.j. screen - i am a poet-1990
14-nu-d-zine - hit'en the wild style-1993
15-rymskeme - da word-1992
16-fear - hate-1995
17-molecules - revenge-1997
18-first platoon - end of da world-1999
19-mad max squad - lot's of love-199x
20-forbidden - how do i say goodbye-1997

Damn, you have to realize that this was really hard and took mad long time to decide which tracks I should use but this was the result and I hope most of you are pleased with it. Obviously some people have heard these tracks before but I think the majority hasn't. I tried my best on that..almost! You know there might be a #2 in the future so I need to keep some gems but I surely dropped a lot of diamonds in this compilation. Maybe too many, lol.

Be sure to play this shit on high volume because it's banging and please tell me which track(s) you dig the most. I'd really like to hear your opinion on that and also regarding the compilation itself since it is the first time I do a compilation, ever.

tisdag 1 september 2009

THE HOODz - All In Da Mind, 12" (1994)

This is the last post I do before I get some more response from people on the stuff I upload. I don't even know if there are interessted people in this blog except for a few people and if there ain't many interessted people there is no use for me to run this blog. Just a waste of time! The counter on this page is mostly from bots anyway so show yourself if you're here downloading! Write some comments here and there. Tell me what you like etc! Nothing hard, ye?

Here's another pretty obscure 12" from the crew "The Hoodz" (Hi again Jaz). This is some raw underground shit. My kinda steez! It was released on Blunted Records in 1994. Just around the time when Moe Crazy dropped his dopeness on the same label, maybe some year later, not sure. There's not much more to say here because I don't know much about these cats apart from that they released another 12" called "Pull Out Your Gatz" which I've been looking for, for quite some time but I haven't had any luck. I've only heard snippets from it and it's madness just as this release. My winner is on the B-side called "OoliOo":

Boom! Yeah?! How are you feeling now? That's what I thought! OoliOOoliOoo!!

Download full VLS

Thanks to the one who originally shared this onto the intrawebz!

Moe Crazy - Knock 'Em Out Da Frame, 12" (1993)

Another bomb dropped on you. Jaz was looking for this one as well so I figured I'd post this as well. Many may not know of Moe Crazy but he was part of Dirty Face Angels which releases two very dope records. Moe Crazy was also down with Chi Ali which you may know from his quite obscure album from 1992 called "The Fabulous Chi-Ali". Moe Crazy was also down with Tony Tone which released a fucking nice 12" called "Flow To The Bone" back in 1993 which is worth checking out. Either way, this release was done on Blunted Records in 1993. Blunted Records had artists/groups such as The Hoodz. I'll cover one of their releases in my next post. They are ill, very very ill.

I'm not sure where Moe Crazy is from, but I'm farily sure he's from somewhere in New York. If you know please write so in the comment section, thanks.

My winner of this is on the A-side called "Knock 'Em Out Da Frame"!:

Download full VLS

Shorty Long - Shorty'z Doin' His Own Thang, 12" (1994) / You Know It's Good Baby, 12" (1996) / The South Boogie EP (2008)

Sup peeps, how you doing? Gonna drop some madness on ya'll today as well because I am sick & bored. I hope I didn't catch the swine-flu :E

Today I'm going to cover Shorty Long, which is a rapper from Bronx, New York with connection to the famous D.I.T.C. and especially Lord Finesse. I might as well cover all of his releases because they are all dope.

First up is his first release called "Shorty'z Doin' His Own Thang". This was released in 1994 on Long Shorr Records. My winner is on the A-side below:

Classic Lord Finesse production. Gotta love it!

Download full VLS

Next up is his second release called "You Know It's Good Baby" which was released in 1996 on the same label. The winner for me is defenetly on the B-side called "Let's Get At It...":

Mike Smooth on the production!

Download VLS (Sorry there are no instrumentals on this.) FUCK! Anyone got the full rip? Holla.

Next up is the limited EP called The South Boogie EP. This was released in 2008 on One Leg Up Records. Check out the releases on that label! Winner for me on this EP is "Be Alright" track, no doubt:

As you can hear from the previous track it is Mike Smooth on the production again. Smoothness!

Download full EP

Thanks to the ones who originally shared these onto the intrawebz!

PS: This was a request post.

måndag 31 augusti 2009

Illcrook - Illcrook, 12" (1994)

I'm to tired to write anything. I'm having a fever! Just wanted to share this VLS with you guys (Especially to Jaz since he was looking for the fill rip of this one).

Illcrook is from Brooklyn and he released this madness back in 1994 on After Dark Records. I don't really have much more information about this cat. I think this was his only release.

I didn't feel this track that much the first time I heard it but the more I listen to it the better it gets and when I heard it now I was abit blown away, lol.

Download full VLS

Thanks to the one who originally shared this onto the intraweb!

onsdag 19 augusti 2009

Godfather Don!

who got the spark to spark the unsparkable?! u know i'm remarkable. u can't fuck wit da fatha so don't even botha!!

Yo, today I'm going to cover the legendary Don of Hip Hop which is no other then Godfather Don. I wasn't sure if I'd cover all of his releases (Though I'll skip the Hydra Beat ones) but I figured I might as well because they are all pretty much dope! I know I usually say "this gotta be my favorite group/artist bla bla", but when I say it now I hope you understand clearer. Just look at the number of productions & releases this guy has done and simply everything he has done is quality music. Sure, some are better than others but much of his material holds a top-notch standard when it comes to flow, rhymes, production & lyrics. He is as I said truly the godfather of Hip Hop. At least in my opinion! Just as the previous post I'm going to start off by his first release and so forth. You will get every release he has done in this post so take your time now and don't just mass download. Please listen to the material deeply because I swear it is all very good stuff I post. So..enough talking now and lets get onto the music! Uhm, oh.. of course I shall post a short biography as well as I do with every artist/group I blog about!

Godfather Don is a producer and rapper from Bushwick, New York. He has done 13 releases and 5 instrumental LP's. He is a member of The Cenobites along with Kool Keith which also have contributed to the game a lot. But lets focus on his homie Don for now! Godfather Don also appeared in the group The Groove Merchantz. Obviously both Keith & Merchantz are worth checking!

I don't think there is anyone out there or has been out there in the game ever that is as good as Godfather Don. That is of course my own cents but if you listen to his material you're going to know what I mean.

If you all want a personal biography of the man himself I highly suggest you click HERE. There you have an in depth interview from him. Defenetly worth reading! So, with this said lets go on to the music!

I wasn't sure I'd post his first release because I do not feel the 91 sound that much but I changed my mind and figured I'd share his first album with you because it is classic material and the fact that the album is classified as an nostalgic and perfect album. I cannot say I don't agree, but it is just that it is personally 1-2 years too early for my ears. But that is a matter of personal taste as we all know!

His first album is called "Hazardous" and was released 1991 on Select Records - a label which had artists/groups such as Chubb Rock, Main One, Red Hot Lover Tone, Black Madness, Mack Da Maniac, Kid'N'Play, King Just and more. We can all say that the label offered a loooot of flava if you like that. (Of course you do..)

I personally like the track 8 Million Stories but my favorite track of this album gotta be:

Yep yep!

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I'm not going to post year by year here because I'm not fully sure which release that was released before the other etc. so I'll just randomly post all his releases, aiight? Okey, on to another release called "Styles By The Gram". This 12" was released on Hydra Entertainment in 1997. Hydra Entertainment is a label YOU MOST CHECK OUT! Nuff said. Anyway, my winner on this wax is the track "Styles By The Gram" eventhough every track of the 3 is amazing.

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Next up is his "Piece of the Action" 12" which was released on Hydra Entertainment as well and the year is just as the previous post 1997. This release might be one of my favorite (At least it is the one which I've been playing the most I must say.) It's very hard for me to decide which track I like the most of the two but if I had to pick I'd say "Seeds of Hate" takes it. His rhymes & flow are soooo sick on this one. Sure they usually are but I mean especially on this track:

No words on this track, really. I it..i'll let your ears/minds do the talk instead.

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Next up is his "Life Ain't The Same" which is (argh..I'm going to keep saying the same thing here on each release..) one of my favorite releases and I've been listening a lot to this one as well. This was released on Hydra Entertainment as well and the year is still 1997. I personally like both tracks but I'd say "On The Other Side" is a bit better in my opinion. On this 12" you'll hear both Sir Menelik & Mike L features. Below is the winner track:


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Next up is the "Live From New York" 12" which he did with the Screwball member Hostyle. This was released on Hydra Entertainment and the year is still 1997. "3 The Hard Way" is heat! I like it when R.A. The Rugged Man and Prince Po spits here and the beat is great!

Yet again I am sorry I do not have the instrumentals for this VLS. I hope you'll be fine anyway. Also, don't mind the cover I used on the embeded link from YouTube, hehe.

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On to his second album which is called "Diabolique" and was released on Hydra Entertainment in 1998. This album is really underrated if you ask me. Not much more to say apart from that my favorite track on this has to be "Live & Let Die" eventhough "Kaos" is a great track too! Worth to mention is that O.C. & Scaramanga features on "Live & Let Die" and did a very well done job! Also - they are obviously worth checking out more on if you haven't heard much from them but I guess most have!

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Next up is the "Fame" 12" he did. I personally find this release a bit weak compared to the other stuff he did. Don't get me wrong, it is a dope 12" but compared to his others I say it's abit behind but we all have different taste and some may find this his best. It was released in 1998 on Hydra Entertainment. Check it! Winner for me is "Da Bomb Baby". Beat is defenetly on point!

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Next up is the "Do You Know?" 12". This was released on Hydra Entertainment in 1999. I find this 12" pretty weak as well compared to a lot of his material eventhough "Do You Know?" is a veeeery nice track, but it was on the "Diabolique" album as I've already posted but I will still post this 12" for you heads.

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I hope you're all enjoying what I'm posting so far. Now it's time for another album again. An album which was released 2007 on Hydra Entertainment and contains previously unreleased tracks from the ninties. This album is so wicked! My favorite track on this album has to be the "Sleep" track:

So fucking perfect! Seriously people, do you realize by now how good this guy is? If you don't you shouldn't listen to Hip Hop at all or claim whatever you like today is Hip Hop. Because THIS is Hip Hop! Nuff said.

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Next up is "The Slave of New York E.P." which is quite obscure and hard to get. This was released in 1997 on "Diggers With Gratitude" and limited to 150 copies. I prefer the "Inverted" track. What about you?

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I will skip to upload the "Billy Bathgate" EP which I was going to do now but I chose not to because I ain't feeling it at all. Holla if you want it personally sent!

Next up is the "Ill Funk Freaker EP" which was released in 2009 on "One Leg Up Records". I personally find "8 Million Stories" the best on here this as the previous is a limited release to 100 copies.

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Next up are are very obscure 12" called "Stuck Off The Realness" which was released in 2000 on Hydra Entertainment. This 12" is limited to 100 copies. I can't really say which track I prefer of these but I'll say "Status" if I had to pick!

Perfect track. I fully understand why this 12" is so wanted!

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I'll skip to blog about the two Cenobites releases. I hope you don't mind. This post took me almost 3 straight hours, heh. Please show me some appriciation! Give me feedback, it's fast and it's easy. And as I have said two times before: The more feedback I get the more I will post.

Thanks and I hope you've enjoyed this post!

torsdag 13 augusti 2009

100X - Beyond The Door, 12" (1994), Fast Loot Tactics, EP (1996), Whom Shall I Fear?, LP (2009)

ain't no turnin' back once u enta da jungle, now who da fuck wanna rumble!?

Sup folkz, how ya' doin? As always I hope you're all good! Sit tight and...ehm, i mean open your window, turn them speakers up, stand the fuck up and prepare for another dope post! ^,,^

I'm going to be covering 3 releases by the merciless 100X and I'm going to start off with their first release and so forth. People who doesn't know who they are and love Hip Hop have defenetly missed something. And how you could have missed this sick ass posse I don't know. If people want their early stuff & some other stuff say so and I might be able to give you that but I won't blog it. I'm covering their best (in my opinion) releases eventhough "The Pain" is a sick ass track which won't be included.

Short bio: 100X are from Philadelphia and has been in the game since the late 80's eventhough they did most of their stuff in the early 90's. This crew consists of 7 people, the very talented producer L.E. Square (his Myspace), Mustafo, Lex Ruger, Bad Newz, Mal Blak, Lamar Supreme and G Masica.

If you want a more in depth review of this dope philly group I highly suggest you click HERE. Now, lets go on to the music instead...(I hope you've opened up the windows & turned up your speakers by now).

Here is their first release called "Beyond The Door" and as all of their tracks it has that grimey and raw style with a crispy & amazing production by L.E. Square. This was released on X-Calibre' Street in 1994. My favorite track is without any doubt the "Beyond The Door" track, what about you? Oh, and as you can hear it's an almost identical production as the unreleased "Whatta You Know" track by Cypress Hill but L.E. Square imo did it better eventhough Muggs truly is one of the best producers in the game, but L.E. Square is in the same league, if not better.

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Next up are their second release which is called "Fast Loot Tactics" and this was released in 1996 on X-Calibre' Street too. I would say this EP is my favorite release. I don't know how much I've banged my head to this EP, but it's a lot I can tell you. My winner is the "Fast Loot Tactics" track. Fucking bang this shit on your local party & spread that rough & rugged realness! Whoes the winner for you?

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Last but not least I'm going to cover one of their 3 releases which are from 2009. The actual tracks though were recorded between 1993-1995. This LP is called "Whom Shall I Fear?" and was released some month back on Freestyle Records. A label which you defenetly should check out more releases on - You won't get disapointed I promise!
I've only listened to half of this LP and man, this is some really really dark & grimey horrorcore. It cannot get any more dark than this. You need a break after half the LP because it's so dope! Not going to write anything more apart from that the "Gory Jungle" track is the winner so far for me, but take it easy with this track, haha. Don't play it when you're angry, drunk or for kids and/or mentally volatile people, lol.

Now..I've always been a fan of Horrorcore but this is something extra in that genre. This LP truly kills every other horrorcore I've ever heard & I've heard a lot troughout the years. What do you think?

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Thanks to the ones who originally shared these onto the intrawebz!

måndag 10 augusti 2009

Phat Pockets - The Hustle Goes On, CD (1997)

Life is hectic, but the hustle goes on..

Yo peepz! What's good? I hope you had a great weekend. Mine was great! Anyway, lets skip the trash talk because I hate it and I bet you all does that as well. Lets just keep it at the music instead, hehe.

Did you enjoy the Ill Biskits I posted? I sure hope so! Today I'll post another album which has been played very frequently for me the last months or so. And as I said about the Ill Biskit album I say about this one as well: You won't find ANY avrage or weak track on this either. Isn't that just great?

It's a group called "Phat Pockets" which are L-Rock and the producer Oh Jay. These guys made a lot of Hip Hop back in the days. And some people may know Oh Jay from Dope Posse and/or Family Jewels. If someone want I'll try to post some stuff later on by those groups. Either way, these guys have been in the game for mad long and contributed with a lot of very dope Hip Hop troughout the years. Respect!

Phat Pockets from the Netherlands and you will defenetly see me post more Hip Hop which are from that country because they had some really dope and slept on shit which I think should be recognized more. This album were released in 1997 on Djax Records which had groups such as 24K and Dope Posse on the same label. You should defenetly check out more Hip Hop from the Netherlands. You won't get disapointed!

Here is the track "The Hustle Goes On" which is the winner track for me as a preview:

Don't mind the cover I used. I couldn't find the original copy so I used a random dope vinyl record cover of "da germ", lol. What do you think about the album guys? Hit me back in the comment section what you think about the album or with whatever. As I said in my first post - The more feedback I get the more I will post. It keeps me motivated and I tell you that motivation is something you need to run a blog. If you want something posted on this blog just hit me up in the chatbox or comment section and I'll more than gladly post it if I have it, but the shit betta be good, ya huurd!

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Thanks to the one who originally shared this onto the intraweb!

fredag 7 augusti 2009

Ill Biskits - God Bless Your Life, 12" (1994) / Chronicle Of Two Losers, CD (1996)

Da Biskits bringz da remedy!! SO RECOGNIZE!!

Yo, sup. I'm sorry I haven't posted in some days but I've been busy and not avaliable. I hope you all had a great friday. I slept pretty much the whole day because I was out yesterday and didn't feel well at all. Slept one hour in total! Tomorrow I'm going out for another party. This time BBQ at a homie. Gonna be sweeeet, yo! I'm gonna post two releases of the infamous Virginia group called "Ill Biskits". First I'm going to cover their first release which is from 1994 called "God Bless Your Life". This 12" is pretty sick. All of the tracks are really dope but my winner is the "God Bless Your Life" track but I gotta say "22 Years" is just as good with the legendary Lord Finesse on the production. These guys didn't do any avrage tracks. All of their tracks were truly a masterpiece in my opinion. What do you think?

As I said Ill Biskits are from Petersburg, Virginia and consists of two emcees whoes names are D.Durant & M.Warrens A.K.A. Kleph Dollaz. Kleph released a solo 12" called "The Dawn". Which I've heard ain't really as good as the Ill Biskits releases. is their first release which was released on Khari Entertainment in 1994.

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Here is their CD called "Chronicle of two Losers: First Edition" and was released on Atlantic in March, 1996. This CD is such an underrated CD that I don't think there are any more underrated ones out there. And also, this CD is one of my favorite CD of all time, no doubt about that. My favorite track is "Recognize", such a headbanga'. What about yours?

This CD was later re-released again in 2007 on the same label by the way.

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Thanks to the one who originally shared this onto the intraweb!

tisdag 4 augusti 2009

Lord Aaqil - Check It Out, EP (1993)

Ey yo kidz, keep ya guardz up!!

What's up ya'll? Hope you're all fine! Today I'll share a really dope EP called Check It Out from this cat called Lord Aaqil. I remember the first time I heard this EP and I got some major chills and I think I played it all day long. I just couldn't stop playing it and I'm still listening to it quite frequently. If you haven't heard it yet I hope you'll be just as amazed as I got when I first heard it. This was released 1993 on Tobeat Records and I don't know if you can get anymore flava than this.

Lord Aaqil is from Philadelphia (thanks Mad Human) and you'll defenetly see me posting more of artists from that town since a whole lot of dope & mostly rugged stuff came outta that place! Anyway, time to rull a fat philly blunt & hear this EP out if you haven't!

It's hard for me to decide which track I like the best but if I have to pick one I would say "Kid, What's Ya Name" is my winner eventhough "Kick It Like Dis" is just as good, but a bit less heat in it.

Daaaaaaam! What you think guys? "Kid, What's Ya Name" makes you fucked up ye? Max volume in the car on that shit or at the local jam / party. DO IT!

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söndag 2 augusti 2009

Sons Of Sam - Oooh He Got An Afro, 12" / Unbirth, EP (1993-1994)

RANT: Worth to mention is that I ain't running this blog to expand the number of mp3 files for you or for personal fame or whatever. I am ONLY running this blog because I want to educate the people today on what the real Hip Hop is. Hip Hop which is mixed with Soul, Jazz and Funk along with deep lyrics (on most occasions) that are meaningful. That is Hip Hop, atleast for me. Today we see people that loves Hip Hop but they are so unfamiliar how the real Hip Hop can (not saying should) sound. I know old doesn't always mean real though. I listen to a bit of new Hip Hop too. Also some people that think they know what's real but I can't blame them because today's generation doesn't get to see and learn about Hip Hop as we did on Yo!, MTV Rap, BET, etc. The music today on TV we all know is infected and I feel sorry for the young and clueless people.

I've had people coming to me and said "Damn man, I didn't know this music even
existed, thank you!" - "Damn, can't you hook me up with a mixtape CD?" etc. Then I know I've succeed on what I'm trying to accomplish as much as possible. To educate and learn the uneducated people and also the fact that the sound truly is different on a sp1200 compared to todays modern recordings. Also I'd like to say that I don't have these EP's, 12"'s, CD's and LP's but they were once shared onto the internet, thus they are avaliable for download and to hear out on. If you don't like that I don't have the stuff I upload then get the fuck out of here. If I had the money I would build the worlds largest collection if I could and if I had the power I would make this being played on radio too, but I ain't got that power and I aint got that money, you know. /1 love, Peace.

I had a request to upload Sons of Sam so I figured I'd do that! - If you aren't familiar with Sons of Sam here's a short bio:

Sons of Sam are Samson and Xav which are from Burlington, New Jersey. Their first release is called "Oooh He Got An Afro" and was released 1993 on Workshop Records. This 12 inch became a collectors piece and I can understand why.

It has that early Jersey flava with the rugged rhymes along with a jazzy production. Perfect! The winner for me is defenetly "Oooh He Got An Afro" - What about yours? I'm sorry by the way that the instrumental is missing. But I'll do my best to get it for those who want it, myself included.

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..16 years later it came to the news that an EP with 6 previously unreleased tracks recorded between 1993 and 1994 were going to be released called "The Unbirth EP" on Vinyl Addicts. This EP is, just as their first release very dope & has the same jazzy Jersey flava we all love so much and want more of. Thanks Vinyl Addicts & Sons of Sam!
Those who got the cash & loves Hip Hop should defenetly grab a copy if you see this around because it is a limited release.

My winner is "Move Fakin'" - Great track! What do you think? Oh, and thanks to tape maniak that he shared his picture of his scan. Much more dope with a scan!

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Here is some more Sons of Sam for you and as far as I know at least Xav is still in the making of music if you check his Myspace out!

And here is a movie clip with Xav and Samson talking about the EP and some more:

Thanks to the ones who originally shared these onto the intraweb!