OSW: The Wayback Machine

In true Christmas spirit, Prime has decided to employ the hip hop wayback machine,

Old School Wednesday: The Wayback Machine

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Podcast/mix available here. [Click to play or right click-save as to download.]
Podcast coming very soon, watch for it.

Twin Hype – "Do It To the Crowd" (house meets Hip Hop) Watch the Video
Lords of the Underground – "Chief Rocka" Watch The Video
Nas – "It Ain’t Hard To Tell" Watch The Video
Main Source – "Looking at the front door" Watch The Video
Kid N Play – "Rollin With Kid n Play" Watch The Video
Stezo – "Freak The Funk" Watch The Video
J.J. Fad – "Supersonic" Watch The Video
EPMD – "Gold Digger" Watch The Video
Full Force – "Ain’t My Type of Hype" Watch The Video
Steady B – "Serious" Watch The Video
Three Times Dope – "Funky Dividens" Watch The Video
MC Shy D = "Come On Shake It" Watch The Video
Whodini – "One Love" Watch The Video
Le Trim – "Cars That Go Boom" Watch The Video
Treacherous Three – "Santa’s Rap" Watch The Video

There’s no way I’m going to type about all this because it would take waaaay too long. I’m still cranking this from start to finish- and yeah, I’m trying to get the podcast up as soon as possible, to give the gift that keeps on givin’.
Take it light.

9 thoughts on “OSW: The Wayback Machine

  1. Oh my freaking goodness! Le Trim?! What could possibly have made you remember that?! Great list, says the Hip Hop connoisseur…

  2. That Main Source cut was one of my all-time favorite hip hop joints! I developed a crush on Large Professor from that point on.
    And I remember when Steezo used to be a backup dancer for EPMD.

  3. Now you know that you have shown out with MC Shy D and Three Times Dope! And then you added the YouTube videos! I love it!
    Take it easy! Happy holidays!

  4. Man, I’m about to cry over Funky Dividends. One of my favorites from back in the day.
    What I would like to find is the original song the beat is sampled from. I remember hearing it a couple times on the local AM “old school station” (remember them?)
    Any help would be appreciated…

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