• 00:56

    FREDDIE GIBBS LIVE - INTERVIEW April 2014

    in Music

    Join us on Tuesday, April 1st at 2PM CST as Freddie Gibbs jumps on the Strange Music Podcast for the first time and takes your calls LIVE on the air!


    With Tech N9ne's upcoming Independent Grind Tour 2014 ready to kick off, Gangsta Gibbs will join us to discuss the tour and his latest critically-acclaimed collaborative effort with Madlib, Piñata.


    Don't miss out on your chance to speak to Freddie Gibbs himself!


    CALL (347) 994-3066 AND PRESS 1 TO SPEAK TO FREDDIE GIBBS!

  • 00:45

    Tissue In The Tape Podcast: Ep. 3 - All We Do Is Symphony (Posse Cut Edition)

    in Hip Hop Music

    In this episode, we discuss DJ Khaled season and what posse cuts mean to us. Tune in to hear our take on Future being honest, Lil Wayne's seeking to be believed once again, The Money Team mobbin' to the ring, the greatness of James Brown, memories of Adam Yauck aka MCA, Action Bronson's new show and a few other topics of interest.


    Tell a friend to tell a friend that it's them again..


    plus.. It's simple mathematics, you gotta love us.

  • 01:30

    Madlib King Of The Wigflip Listening session

    in Blogcritics

    Join us today as we take a listen to the new releases in the Beat Generation series. This time around, Madlib controls the sounds and hits us with grooves from Defari, Murs, MED, Guilty Simpson, Goergia Ann Muldrow, J-Rocc, Oh No, Roc C and Prince Po, just to name a few.

    LISTENERS HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN A COPY OF THE NEW CD AS WELL SO TUNE IN LIVE AT 1 PM PST!

  • 00:31

    Organic Nation

    in Hip Hop Music

    Join Host David Ornette Cherry as he will be interviewing  Part 1 of a 2 part series, Darryl Moore AKA Jamm Messenger Divine JMD Experienced musician, Drums , Bass , Keyboards and  Percussion.
    Performances Include: Horace Tapscott , Chick Corea , Bennie Maupin , Billy Childs , Billy Higgins , Lowell Fulsom , Perry Ferrell , Watts Prophets, Alkaholics, Freestyle Fellowship , Soloman Burke and part of the legendary Good Life MCs.
    also  led hip-hop/jazz band (Underground Railroad)
    Recording Engineering projects has included , Eyrkah Badu , Madlib , Georgia Anne Muldrow,  George Clinton, Acey Alone,  Freestyle Fellowship , The Mother Love show , Spartacus , The Dubber ,and Disney Studio Projects.
    Experienced Producer: Pharcyde, Freestyle Fellowship, Medusa, Acid Reign, Volume-10, George Clinton, Acey Alone, Olmecca , 2 Mex ,and Jah Orah.
            David Ornette Cherry will also explore Organic Music and interacts with listeners on “Organic Nation”. David Ornette Cherry is a world renown Composer/Musician whose Music captures the souls of our ancestors and infuses contemporary culture. David will engage listeners by exploring composition. Vocalists, Instrumentalists, and Musicians at heart can follow along and interact with David as he dishes out theory!

  • 00:29

    Organic Nation

    in Music

    Join Host David Ornette Cherry as he will be interviewing  Part 1 of a 2 part series, Darryl Moore AKA Jamm Messenger Divine JMD Experienced musician, Drums , Bass , Keyboards and  Percussion.
    Performances Include: Horace Tapscott , Chick Corea , Bennie Maupin , Billy Childs , Billy Higgins , Lowell Fulsom , Perry Ferrell , Watts Prophets, Alkaholics, Freestyle Fellowship , Soloman Burke and part of the legendary Good Life MCs.
    also  led hip-hop/jazz band (Underground Railroad)
    Recording Engineering projects has included , Eyrkah Badu , Madlib , Georgia Anne Muldrow,  George Clinton, Acey Alone,  Freestyle Fellowship , The Mother Love show , Spartacus , The Dubber ,and Disney Studio Projects.
    Experienced Producer: Pharcyde, Freestyle Fellowship, Medusa, Acid Reign, Volume-10, George Clinton, Acey Alone, Olmecca , 2 Mex ,and Jah Orah.
            David Ornette Cherry will also explore Organic Music and interacts with listeners on “Organic Nation”. David Ornette Cherry is a world renown Composer/Musician whose Music captures the souls of our ancestors and infuses contemporary culture. David will engage listeners by exploring composition. Vocalists, Instrumentalists, and Musicians at heart can follow along and interact with David as he dishes out theory!

  • 00:24

    SET 44 UPS

    in Music

    SET 44 UPS
    LIL BRUH-JADAKISS-jadakiss.com
    HEROES-SHA STIMULI-shastimuli.com
    RHYTHYM OF MY LIFE -RESS CONNECTED(STACK COUNTAZ)-DATPIFF.COM/DJ FIYAA-250 THE GREAT PRESENTS: CENTER STAGE
    SAVING OUR GRACE SERIES(SKYZOO): "THE NEED"
    THE ROAD WONT BE EASY-DIVINE BARS FT ROBB G AND STYLES P-divinebars.com
    MACHETE LIGHTSPEED(PROD. BY MADLIB)-PRINCE PO-PRINCEPOMUSIC.COM
    THE DEFINITIVE PRAYER-SKYZOO-skyzoo718.com
     

  • 00:25

    BLAXCast 54

    in Hip Hop Music

     
    Apologies for last week. We didn't broadcast due to the Elements of Hip Hop Dallas event, which was great by the way. At any rate, sometimes you just gotta keep it rugged. This is one of those times.   Vicious Cycle - You People Raekwon(feat. Ghostface, Rick Ross)- Molasses The Alchemist + Oh No(Gangrene) - BossShit Boot Camp Click - Worldwide M Slago, The Rapture, Dow Jonez, Word Life - Run For Cover Senica Da Misfit & V-12 - Do You Know Madlib(feat. Guilty Simpson) - Go

  • 00:29

    BLAXCast 35

    in Hip Hop Music

    Had to go back to some older jams today. These aren't golden era old, but more like 3yrs or more old. Go back and get a few of these albums if you missed them.


    Masta Ace(feat. Lee Gee) - Enuff
    Buckshot & 9th Wonder(feat. Keisha Shontelle) - Whassup With U?(prod. by 9th Wonder)
    Word Life - Get Down(prod. by M Slago)
    Declaime - Laugh Now Cry Later(prod. by Madlib)
    Elzhi(feat. Royce Da 5'9'') - Motown 25(prod. by Black Milk)
    Kev Brown(feat. Cy Young) - Outside Lookin Out(prod. by Kev Brown)
    Jean Grae - Fallback
    Black Moon - Worldwide

  • 01:00

    D.I.T.C HOUR

    in Hip Hop Music

    The Diggin' in the Crates Crew, also known as D.I.T.C., is a New York-based hip-hop collective, deriving its name from the art of seeking out records to sample for production. Its members have achieved substantial and consistent recognition in both underground rap circles, often collaborating with undiscovered talent and underground artists (Madlib produces the first track on A.G.'s new album) alongside the most commercial of rappers (Puff Daddy, Nelly and Lil Wayne have been featured on Fat Joe's albums and Buckwild has produced for Jay-Z, Biggie Smalls and 50 Cent). All of its members are from the Bronx, with the exception of Big L (from Harlem) and O.C. (from Brooklyn).
    One of the most beloved hip-hop crews in rap music, D.I.T.C. (an acronym for "Diggin' in the Crates") consists of veteran rappers, DJs, and producers dedicated to the true essence of rap music: original lyrics and strong beat-savvy productions sampling dusty vinyl. With their dedication to hip-hop purity, members Showbiz & A.G. (Andre the Giant), Diamond D, Lord Finesse, Fat Joe, O.C., Buckwild, and the late Big L have at least one classic album under their belts. Although they never reached the success of their multi-platinum peers, individually they became successful by maintaining their integrity and earning major respect within the rap community.

    Lord Finesse (born Robert Hall) is a legendary MC-turned-producer who has produced tracks for Notorious B.I.G. ("Suicidal Thoughts" off of 1994's Ready to Die) and Dr. Dre ("The Message" off of 1999's 2001). As a young MC, he would travel to any borough in New York to battle their best rapper and win. He shopped his demo to various record labels and eventually dropped the first of several records, his 1990 classic Funky Technician. The record had a few tracks produced by his good friend Diamond (formerly Diamond D), a former member of the rap group Ultimate Force.

  • 01:00

    J - DILLA HOUR PT1

    in Hip Hop Music

    James Dewitt Yancey (February 7, 1974 – February 10, 2006),better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee, was an American Grammy Nominated record producer who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. According to his obituary at NPR.org, he "was one of the music industry's most influential hip-hop artists, working for big-name acts like De La Soul, Busta Rhymes and Common."

    Yancey's career began slowly. He has now become highly regarded, most notably for the production of critically acclaimed albums by Common, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, and The Pharcyde. He was a member of Slum Village for their acclaimed debut album Fantastic, Vol. 2.[1]

    In the early 2000s, Yancey's career as a solo artist began to improve; A solo album Welcome 2 Detroit was followed by a collaborative album with California producer Madlib, Champion Sound, which catalyzed the careers of both artists. Just as his music was becoming increasingly popular, Yancey died in 2006 of the blood disease TTP.

    Following his death, the hip hop community became centered upon the music and image of J Dilla.[3] Many of the artists with whom Yancey worked performed or recorded tributes, and a large group of followers voiced their support for the late musician. Yancey's music experienced a rebirth as the producer gained many times more listeners than he had during his life, partly due to media exposure. Though several posthumous albums have been released and others are planned, the massive amounts of unreleased recordings by the producer remain somewhat undetermined. Yancey's estate has also been controverted.

  • 01:00

    ~The Ron Show~ 08/08/09 Instrumental Hip hop

    in Music

    Today I will play some of my favorite tracks from underground producers Madlib and the late J Dilla.

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