Showing posts with label classic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label classic. Show all posts

Friday, April 15, 2016


***R.I.P Young B the Future*** Welcome to our LABG West Coast Battle rap Classic page, feel free to subscribe, Like, comment, Share and also make sure to subscribe to our other LABattleGroundz channel make sure to watch more about LABattleGroundz, see more exciting MC Battles, and behind the scene footage of what goes down at #LABattleGroundz. We Hope you have enjoyed this classic battle between the very talented Danny Myers and B Dot, if you have any questions please feel free to contact us at Thank you all for all the love and support. #LABG #WhereYouSeeThem1st #WhenEverYouReadyChamp

Monday, October 13, 2014

Sunday, September 14, 2014

NEW MIXTAPE!!! - NOTORIOUS B.I.G. - "BIG Blends" - (Ready To Die 20th Anniversary)...

The Vinylcologist - BIG Blends (Ready To Die 20th Anniversary) Mixtape 1. BIG - Intro 2. Things Done Changed / Casserine - Why Not Take All of Me 3. Gimme The Loot / Simple E - Play My Funk 4. Machine Gun Funk / Shanice - It's For You feat. Brett Bouldin 5. Warning / Monica - Ain't Nobody feat. Treach 6. Ready To Die / Davina - So Good 7. One More Chance (Stay With Me Remix) - Beastie Boys - Hold it, Now Hit it 8. The What / Sudden Change - Comin' on Strong feat. Mic Professor 9. Juicy / Mary J Blige - Love is All We Need feat. NAS 10. Everyday Struggles / Groove Theory - Tell Me 11. Me and My Bitch / TLC - Creep 12. Big Poppa / Monifah - You (Remix) feat. Panama PI and McGruff 13. Respect / Skindeep - No More Games feat. Lil Kim 14. Friend of Mine - Total - What You Want feat Ma$e 15. Unbelievable / Alfonzo Hunter - Just The Way Players Play feat. Erick Sermon 16. Suicidal Thoughts / Nicole Wray - Make It Hot 17. Just Playin' (Dreams) - Tara Kemp 18. Something BIG / SWV - Someone feat Puff Daddy 19. One More Chance (Hip Hop Remix) / Dred Scott - Check The Vibe 20. Big Poppa (So So Def Remix) / Intro - Funny How Time Flies All tracks dug out The Vinyl Vault and mixed by The Vinylcologist Peace to Shout Out New York, NahRight, UpNorthTrips, EgoTripLand, 7thboro, Mass Appeal, Pigeons and Planes, Complex, OkayPlayer, 2DopeBoyz, NMC, Ted Bawno, Miss Info, Stan Ipcus, Blame The Label, Peter Rosenberg, Hot97, Cipha Sounds, Combat Jack, Premium Pete, Just Blaze, Dallas Penn, Rap Radar, The Diggers Union, IMNY, Stop the Breaks, GetOnDown, Frank The Butcher, DJ 7L, DJ Riz, DJ Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Breakbeat Lou, D-Dot Angilette, Puff Daddy, Bad Boy Records, and all the real DJs out there still pushing the limits and making great mixtapes. Follow @ShoutOutNewYork and @UnitedCrates on Twitter and Instagram for more info on upcoming releases and tributes.

Friday, September 12, 2014


"The Greatest"... Written By, Paul Lipsey & Beno Ridez... Produced By, Lyrical Sound Productions... From The Project: "Who's Paul Lipsey? Vol. 2"...

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

NEW INTERVIEW!!! - "The Ice T Episode"... #CombatJackShow

Ice T's been around for a while and came through to share his journey from the death of his parents in New Jersey to encountering gang culture in Los Angeles. From drugs to robberies to rapping to a record deal. A step by step of how the Body Count song "Cop Killer" changed his whole life, and how he and Coco (she's here too) managed to keep their marriage alive. There's a whole lot here. Ice T, uncensored.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

CLASSIC PHONE CALL!!! - "Tupac & Monster Kody"... #ThugLife

Sanyika "Monster Kody" Shakur This was me and Tupac's first conversation. This was October 18th 1995. i had just gotten out of Pelican a month before, and Pac had been out a couple of days. We did not know We were being recorded. My wife pressed record on the answering machine and unbeknown to either of us, caught some bomb ass history. Ya'll enjoy this, and check out Pac and how positive he was. This is Classic shit. It's Shakur thang. They talk about the 94 shooting How the rape case and shooting was connected Kody liking Pacs song Kody tryna get Pac to play him in the movie Pacs idea for community work. Chicago gangs tryna get Pac to ride with them. Pac cursing out Chicago gangs and gettin in a shootout in the stadium. Talks about when he shot the off duty cops Maya Angelo was supposed to write a Tupac autobiography Talks about Pac REFUSING to go into P.C. and guards being mad about that. Niiggas in prison getting Pac knives, toiletries, everything the guards denied him. A lot of real shiit

CLASSIC INTERVIEW!!! - "MALCOLM X" - @ U.C. BERKELEY (10/11/1963)... The Muslims who have accepted the religion of Islam have never bombed any churches, have never murdered any little girls as was done in Birmingham, have never lynched anybody, have never at any time been guilty of initiating any aggressive acts of violence during the entire 33 years or more that the honorable Elijah Muhammad has been teaching. The charge of violence against us actually stems from the guilt complex that exists in the conscious and subconscious minds of most white people in this country. They know that they’ve been violent in their brutality against Negroes and they feel that someday the Negro’s going to wake up and try and do unto them as the whites have done unto us. We aren’t a violent group. We are taught to obey the law, to respect everyone who respect us, we’re taught to display courtesy to be polite, but we’re also taught that anytime anyone in anyway inflicts or seeks to inflict violence upon us, we are within our religious rights to retaliate in self-defence to the maximum degree of our ability. We never initiate any violence upon anyone, but if anyone attacks us, we reserve the right to defend ourselves. So to accuse us of being violent is like accusing a man who is being lynched, who is being hung on a tree, simply because he struggles vigorously against his lyncher, the victim is accused the violence but the lyncher is never accused of violence. And I only point this out because the various racist groups that are set up in this country by whites and who have actually practiced violence against blacks for 400 years are never associated or identified or made synonymous with the term violence, but whites speak of Muslims almost synonymously with violence. Whenever Muslims are mentioned by them, violence is brought up, but it’s not connected with any other group. This is a sort of a propaganda tactic or what I would call psychological warfare to in some way make the image of the Muslims in this country the violent image rather than a religious image.

Monday, September 8, 2014

CLASSIC RAP SHOW!!! - Rap City - "The Basement Finale"...

The last episode to a classic program, the final episode of Rap City:The Basement with Big Tigger. This was edited for upload purposes....

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

CLASSIC INTERVIEW!!! - "H.I.M. Emperor Haile Selassie"...

Firstdub is proud to bring this interview recorded in the USA in the 1960's, His Imperial Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie I gives a rare and open interview to the American press. Hear The Lion of Judah speak in his own words, his points of view and opinions...

Friday, August 1, 2014


ONE OF THE GREATEST JOYS OF MY LIFE WAS BEING PRESENT WHEN THIS CHOIR PRACTICED, AND PERFORMED SINCE I WAS 8 YEARS OLD... Acappella music is sung without instrumental accompaniment. The Choir-The ARC Gospel Choir, in 1975 eight residents of the Addicts Rehabilitation Center (ARC), located then at 253 and 255 West 123rd Street in Harlem, began a gospel journey as an a cappella choral group. Since its inception the choir's dedication and commitment to fight against drugs through gospel songs have won it respect and recognition as one of the most outstanding a cappella choirs in today's gospel industry. Singing primarily in the Greater New York Area, the choir has traveled extensively through the eastern seaboard, performing at schools, hospitals, churches, jails, civic, and social affairs. In their annual performances, they have received critical acclaim from standing-room-only audiences throughout Europe. The choir performs under the direction of its founder, James Allen, and its traveling director, Curtis Lundy, a world-acclaimed jazz musician and arranger. The Song-He Looked Beyond My Faults, was penned by Dottie Rambo in the 70's, and has been recorded by various gospel groups thru the years. From their 1990 None But The Righteous live recording; He Looked Beyond My Faults, on lead Harold "Sonny" Wright. Harold "Sonny" Wright was a part of the great doo woop vocal groups The Diamonds & The Regals and had his own group the Cadence Metronomes.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

GZA, RZA, ODB 1991 Interview on Public Access T.V... (Classic)

Crazy rare 1991 interview (and freestyle) featuring GZA (then doing business as the Genius), Ol' Dirty Bastard (then going by Ason Unique), and RZA (then known as Prince Rakeem) on short-lived, local Bronx public access program, Rhythm & Soul.

Video courtesy of contributor J-Zone's VHS archives.

Monday, March 14, 2011





Tuesday, March 1, 2011

NEW VIDEO!!! Nice & Smooth "No Delayin"... 2011 VIDEO FOR CLASSIC SONG...

Classic Nice & Smooth

Throwback Video with a modern twist 1st of it's kind. Shout out Greg Nice & Smooth B. Lyrics To Go and Tamir Z. Brown got your back. Monstar films genus in the making!!!