Weird Vibes,Episode 1: It’s not easy being a Buzzband


A Journey into Old School part.2: Straight Old School

Slick Rick – Children’s Story 

MC Lyte – Ruff Neck

Wu-tang Clan – Da Mystery of Chessboxin’

Das EFX – They Want EFX

Nice n Smooth – Hip-Hop Junkies

KRS-One – Sound of da police

Jeru The Damaja – Come Clean

NAS – Represent

Lords of the Underground – Chief Rocka

Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock – Break Of Dawn

Kid ‘N Play – 2 Hype

DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince – Parents Just Don’t Understand

Biggie smalls – juicy

3rd Bass – Steppin’ To The A.M.

Outkast – Benz Or Beamer

Clutch – Ghost

A Journey into Old School part.1: The Founding Fathers

Remember the days when hip hop was an art form? Remember the days when hip hop was fun? Remember the days when hip hop wasn’t plagued by mega producers with names the likes of Suge and Puffy? Remember when you could rap without being a thug? If you do, you already know all of these are classics.

Founding Fathers
These groups opened wide the doors for hip hop artists.
RUN-DMC – Rock Box [1984]
Public Enemy – Bring The Noise [1988]

Eric B. & Rakim – Paid In Full  [1987]
Boogie Down Productions- My Philosophy [1987]
EPMD – Strictly Business [1988]
Big Daddy Kane – Ain’t No Half Steppin [1988]
Heavy D & The Boyz – Somebody For Me [1989]
Biz Markie – Spring again [1989]
LL Cool J – I’m Bad [1987]
continue to part.2

No Age – “Fever Dreaming”