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After the breakout, Robert reflects on the last few weeks in the nuthouse, Homer talks about what will happen with Internet Graffiti after Ghost returns to the radio & Hassant Been Sobar makes some random prank phone calls.
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A look back at breakout wide receivers from 2013 fantasy football season and predictions for 2014
Lance – Well I guess all of the Jazzy 5 was in the there with me. Master Dee was younger and Master Bee was one of the older ones that was down with the Jazzy 5. I went to Stevenson High School and Tony Tone of the Cold Crush was in there with me. I didn’t know him then, but I seen him a lot because he was running with Break Out and Baron (djs for Funky Four Plus 1). In fact, they used to play in 131 (school yard) back then
Lance – Well back then there was no name, “hip hop,” or culture back then. Cats were doing their own individual thing back then and jamming in the park. But when you give the title, “Father of Hip Hop,” you give it to Herc.
But a lot of cats were playing funk music and R&B music. But I think when it came to the dj mixing records together, and the emcee, and the break dancers mixed in, that is what brought on the name hip hop… the culture.
But back then we didn’t say “Let’s go to a hip hop party!” That name didn’t even exist
Lance – I would say the Ecstasy Garage. My cousin Cool Clyde got in first with these two djs named Cisco and Buck-O. This was like from the summer into the fall of 1980 when I got up in there.
Afrika Bambaataa is one of hip hop’s godfathers.
As a teenager in the mid-1970′s, he fell into the Black Spades gang, but had a different interest than causing trouble.
He had a passion for buying records (he would later be known as the “Master of Records”) and his tastes were very diversified from rock to r&b to African sounds to Latin, calypso, and classical. Although was the top DJ KOO HERC at the time, Bam knew he owned most of the same records as Herc so he decided to start playing on his own. In 1974 Bam decided to form his own Zulu Nation to help assemble what he referred to as “the elements” of the culture into organization. He original crew was called The Organization, but after two years he changed it into the Zulu Nation.
The AskROTObaseball Livecast will be LIVE on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 8:00 PM on #BlogTalkRadio! This week, host David Kerr welcomes Jim Finch from FantasyAssembly.com and Doug Anderson from the Fantasy Sports Network. They will be discussing EARLY 2015 Second Base Rankings that that they have have compiled for FantasyAssembly.com. Join them at 8:00 PM on FantasySquads Radio!
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