Showing posts with label Bronx. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bronx. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

NEW SONG!!! - PAUL LIPSEY & BIG PUN - "ME & PUN"...


NEW SONG!!! - PAUL LIPSEY & BIG PUN - "ME AND PUN"(BLEND)... BY, MYSTICYSM SOUNDSYSTEM... FROM THE UPCOMING PROJECT - "CULTURE MUSIC 2016" VOL. 1...

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

NEW SONG!!! - PAUL LIPSEY & BRONXBOMBER950 - "SIDESTREETZ"...


NEW SONG!!! - PAUL LIPSEY & BronxBoMber950 - "SIDESTREETZ"... FROM THE UPCOMING PROJECT - "CULTURE MUSIC 2016" VOL. 1... FROM MYSTICYSM SOUNDSYSTEM!!!

Friday, January 29, 2016

NEW MUSIC!!! - D.I.T.C. • "DIGGIN' NUMBER" - FEAT. A.G., O.C. & FAT JOE...


Follow DITC Studios and Slice Of Spice for more updates on the music dropping this year and where to purchase the Vinyl and other formats. TAKEN FROM THE 'DITC STUDIOS' ALBUM COMING THIS SPRING! DITC Website: ditcent.com/ Website: slice-of-spice.com/ FOR VINYL FOLLOW & SUBSCRIBE TO, SLICE OF SPICE: Facebook: tinyurl.com/sosrecordsfacebook Subscribe: tinyurl.com/ditcsubscriptions

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

NEW MUSIC!!! - D.I.T.C. - "MAKE 'EM SO PROUD" (HOLD UP)...


Ahead of Diggin In The Crates’ upcoming compilation album, AG, Diamond D and Fat Joe take it back to the essence with this soulful treat.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

NEW VIDEO!!! - DIAMOND D - "SUPERMAN"...


From the album, "The Diam Piece". Available Now! iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/nxwazjk Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/q8cj8q3 Google Play: http://tinyurl.com/pkdnbdt Directed by Nick Burns The video was shot in the ATL cameos by DJ Scratch, DILLON, DJ Sammy Bee (Jungle Bros.) & DJ Big X (Coalition DJs) Official music video by Diamond D performing Superman. 2015 Dymond Mine Records LLC

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

NEW VIDEO!!! - Fred The Godson Feat. The Mad Rapper - "HIP HOP"...


Hip Hop - Fred The Godson featuring The Mad Rapper Off of Fred The Godson's third mixtape 'City of God' this is 'Hip Hop' featuring The Mad Rapper aka D Dot. You may remember him from his debut on The Notorious BIG album Life After Death. He also produced and wrote many songs for big named artists. Anyway, here he is with Fred The Godson, who displays his classic 'over your head' punchlines and his intricate lyrical capability. If you are a real hip hop head, this is a track for you, filled with nothing but BARS! Hey Fred, TELL EM WHY YOU MAD SON!

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

INTERVIEW!!! - "Afrika Bambaataa:... #VladTV


http://www.vladtv.com - Legendary Hip-Hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa opened up to VladTV about the inception of The Universal Zulu Nation, and reveals that he started the group as a way to turn street gangs into a positive force. The Bronx emcee also explains the meaning of the Zulu Nation name, revealing that it comes from "the great leadership of Zulu under Shaka Zulu." He adds that every November marks Hip-Hop History Month and is a time to honor the pioneers and great leaders of the craft. Check out more of the interview above.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

NEW MUSIC!!! - MITCH L. HENNESSY - "DA' SEQUEL"...


This is an official leak of the banger, "Da' Sequel" from Mitch L. Hennessy produced by M.W.P out of Denmark. Mitch and M-Dub (whom he is called by his fellow GWI members) have some other creations in the works but for now..enjoy! #GlobalWarningInc #YouveBeenWarned

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Thursday, August 7, 2014

NEW VIDEO!!! - Mr. Fitzwell - "Its A Beautiful Day"...


Real hip hop, dope lyrics (barrzzz!!) for all handball players and hip hop heads!!!

Friday, July 25, 2014

NEW MIXTAPE!!! - D.J. DOO WOP - "COOLOUT 2014"...

Another installment of the timeless Dj Doo Wop Coolout series. This time i'm giving ya'll nothing but smooth music from the year 2000. Enjoy

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Davey D Interviews the Father of Hip Hop Kool Herc... Pt1

We sat down w/ the legendary Kool Herc and spoke to him about his history and the state of Hip Hop..
He gave us an indepth run down of Hip Hop in the early days. He speaks about the early party scene and talks about how he and sister Cindy made history when they threw a back to school party at 1520 Sedgwick Ave in the Bronx. He talks about how he used to be a grafitti artist and how his sister had his back and sheilded him from the wrath of his strict father who would've whupped that butt if he knew his son was defacing New York City property. Kool Herc also lets us know that Hip Hop did not start in the South Bronx as is often erroneously reported. Herc never lived in the South Bronx, he lived in the West bronx which is a totally different area. In this interview Kool Herc talks about his Jamaican background. He talks about how he grew up in the same township as Bob Marley and he explains how and why Jamaican culture is an important root within Hip Hop. One important aspect of Jamaican culture Herc speaks to us about is the sound system. In this interview he talks about the type of equipment he used and why he named it the Herculords. What was really fascinating in this sit down, was hearing Herc go into detail about the different clubs and parties he threw. He describes the clientele which ranged from some of New York's most notorious sharp dressing mob type gangstas to high school kids from the projects around the way. Herc gives us a run down of his playlist and talks about his approach for keeping the crowd satisfied. He speaks about his early deejay battles most notably with Pete DJ Jones. He also talks about the importance of funk music and bands like the Incredible Bongo Band. Herc cocncludes this first segment by talking about Hip Hop's early emcees including his own crew member Coke La Rock. Herc also talks about his other crew members including Timmy Tim. He talks about the role DJ Hollywood played in Hip Hop. He also gives major praise to Mele-Mel and his brother Kid Creole for inventing the style of rap we all embrace to this day.