I haven't done one of these post in a while and it was just the proper time before the year ends...

Shanice released her second album, the platinum selling soul LP Inner Child , in 1991 as a teenager and "I Love Your Smile" was one of her really big hits off of that on all radio formats (I know I couldn't not hear that track on the local Black Radio stations around the way like WKYS, WPGC or what was essentially my parent's station, Majic 102.3 around the DC Metro as a youngin').

Looking back, Inner Child is a good album that's aged well throughout the years (there is a cover of Minnie Ripperton's "Loving You" that is great) and no one can deny that her vocal range is crazy.

According to her website and MySpace page, she still on the grind performing and has a new album coming out in 2008 for folks to check out.

This video brings me back to around the beginning of middle school (long enough of a time ago for Tom Joyner to bring her on his Sky Show and make me feel like an old woman seeing it on TV One) and the song always just gives me a good light-hearted vibe.

It's nice to listen to a music joints that has young folk singing about actually doing innocent, young folk things and thoughts.

* sides eyes B2K, Bow Wow & Omarion, etc. *

Some Interesting factoids from Wikipedia listing: She's married to comedian Flex Alexander and has 2 childrem with him. Shanice also did backup vocals for Toni Braxton's hit "Unbreak My Heart" and played Eponine in the Broadway musical "Les Miserables" for a hot minute.

Here goes the video:

Shanice - I Love Your Smile

Bonus Video #1: Shanice - When I Close My Eyes

Bonus Video #2: Shanice - Every Woman Dreams

Bonus Video #3: Shanice Singing "Home" At Age 9 (1982)

Shanice Official Website
Shanice Official MySpace Page
In all honesty, since a lot of U.S. Policital stuff happens undercover and behind the scenes, this would not surprise me if this story is true in the least.

Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul refutes the claims in the article (and those are linked below), naturally.

In the meantime, while doing YouTube debates and whatnot, this story hasn't really been covered heavily by mainstream media sources.

We'll see what's good at the end of the day - here's the story (thanks to AfricanAmericanHistory.TV for hitting me with this):

White Supremacist Leader Insists Ron Paul Is Racist
Posted by Sara Robinson, Orcinus at 6:11 AM on December 28, 2007.


Obviously, this isn't what Paul's supporters want to hear. Well, don't say we didn't warn you about Ron Paul's friends.

Photobucket BILL WHITE

Here's American National Socialist Workers Party leader Bill White, coming out big for Paul on the far-right Vanguard News Network site on December 20:


I have kept quiet about the Ron Paul campaign for a while, because I didn't see any need to say anything that would cause any trouble. However, reading the latest release from his campaign spokesman, I am compelled to tell the truth about Ron Paul's extensive involvement in white nationalism.

Both Congressman Paul and his aides regularly meet with members of the Stormfront set, American Renaissance, the Institute for Historic Review, and others at the Tara Thai restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, usually on Wednesdays. This is part of a dinner that was originally organized by Pat Buchanan, Sam Francis and Joe Sobran, and has since been mostly taken over by the Council of Conservative Citizens.

I have attended these dinners, seen Paul and his aides there, and been invited to his offices in Washington to discuss policy.

For his spokesman to call white racialism a "small ideology" and claim white activists are "wasting their money" trying to influence Paul is ridiculous. Paul is a white nationalist of the Stormfront type who has always kept his racial views and his views about world Judaism quiet because of his political position.

I don't know that it is necessarily good for Paul to "expose" this. However, he really is someone with extensive ties to white nationalism and for him to deny that in the belief he will be more respectable by denying it is outrageous -- and I hate seeing people in the press who denounce racialism merely because they think it is not fashionable.

Bill White, Commander
American National Socialist Workers Party

Obviously, this isn't what Paul's supporters want to hear. (The reactions from the VNN commentors ranged from "Some one ban this piece of shit for the no outing rule" to "I know alot of white supremacist involved in the Ron Paul campaign. I wish he would not shun away from his true supporters. I will stick with him till the ened but he shouldn't act like a typical politiician" to "This motherfucker needs a special bullet." Yes, the unique spelling is all their very own; follow the link above and read the threads for more holiday joy in this vein.) While White is hardly the most reliable reporter on any subject, his testament to Paul's racist credentials does tend to corroborate what Dave and I have been telling you all along: Paul's got longstanding connections to the looniest loonies on the loony right. You may not be able to hear the dog-whistle code in his speeches, but they sure as hell hear it loud and clear.

We've also been telling you that it's not just that Paul shows up for their events: he also takes their money. There's an old saying in politics that ya gotta dance with them what brung ya -- and guys like Bill White are the ones that brung Paul to Congress in the first place. On December 19, the day before White's helpful VNN endoresment, the AP caught Paul in mid-tango, this time with Stormfront.org founder Don Black:

Paul keeps donation from white supremacist

Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul has received a $500 campaign donation from a white supremacist, and the Texas congressman doesn't plan to return it, an aide said Wednesday.

Don Black, of West Palm Beach, recently made the donation, according to campaign filings. He runs a Web site called Stormfront with the motto, "White Pride World Wide." The site welcomes postings to the "Stormfront White Nationalist Community."

"Dr. Paul stands for freedom, peace, prosperity and inalienable rights. If someone with small ideologies happens to contribute money to Ron, thinking he can influence Ron in any way, he's wasted his money," Paul spokesman Jesse Benton said. "Ron is going to take the money and try to spread the message of freedom."

"And that's $500 less that this guy has to do whatever it is that he does," Benton added.

Black said he supports Paul's stance on ending the war in Iraq, securing U.S. borders and his opposition to amnesty for illegal immigrants.

"We know that he's not a white nationalist. He says he isn't and we believe him, but on the issues, there's only one choice," Black said Wednesday. "We like his stand on tight borders and opposition to a police state," Black told The Palm Beach Post earlier.

On his Web site, Black says he has been involved in "the White patriot movement for 30 years."

Evidently, when it comes to Paul's status as a white nationalist, Mr. Black and Mr. White need to get their stories straight. But anyone on the left who continues to deny that Paul has maintained long, significant, and productive relationships with racists and anti-democratic "patriots" is, at this point, living in a denial zone worthy of Donald Rumsfeld.

An update, courtesy of Brad DeLong, for the benefit of visiting commenters who are even now tuning up for another chorus of "It's not like he's a racist or anything...":


UPDATE II Ron Paul's campaign spokesperson has refuted White's claims. Read about it here.
I recieved this video clip while eyeballing MySpace (thanks Freedom Development Group Inc.) and felt that I should share it with everyone.

In case you're doing some criminal dirt (drug dealing, pushing unregistered guns, money laundering, etc.) and aren't using smoke signals or something while your cell phone is in range, you're pretty much doomed.

For the aveage man, this means the government has the ability to get more in your personal business - not a good look whether you're doing wrong or not legally (since we know at times legality and morality of doing things right sometimes don't cross-intersect in society).

Remember, this is what folks are publicly showing society, you KNOW there is some other mess out there that's technologically crazy to check people out if they want to.

Just some food for thought....

What's up everyone,

This is a situation I never knew about until this article was e-mailed to me and hope to get more information about what's good as time passes by.

I'm definitely sure that someone from DJ Kool Herc's side will be saying some things as well as other commentators from within and outside of the Hip-Hop music community.

We know we're in an age where the Black Music form of Hip-Hop is in flux in regards to how it is viewed on a historically and current social, cultural, political and economic basis with its impact not just in the United States, but all over the world.

It's reasonable to want to make sure that the image that you have as an artist, business person, etc. is decent and having some say of that you did historically is completely understandable. And we can all admit that some sides of the "old school" Hip-Hop generation were done dirty by people they dealt with.

I think the situation with this article (again, granted it's short and one only has so much feedback on this situation so far as of this posting) is can this be handled internally or do outside forces (which are already trying to mess around with things anyway) have to be involved? Doing possible dirt on others in various parts of the game because you were done dirty by a manager and others is only going to have a negative effect - and in the end, we all make our livings off of each other in the music industry circle of life (plus its better to try to build before destroying things).

I think we can all have money without having to do the strong arm tatics of bringing in lawyers and such, if that's what this is about - respect as men and women has to be on both sides first and foremost for anything to happen positively.

In regards to this article, all I can say at the moment is that if folks haven't talked face to face with people about their concerns to resolve some issues and went straight to the legal arena, then it's not a good look at all in general for how the Hip-Hop community handles and self-regulates itself, its image and how it eats.

Ernie Paniccioli is the type of man (from seeing him at various events and things throughout the years) I don't see just spitting total B.S. or "beef" for fun and chuckles, so this is a pretty hardcore article to me to throw out there about some aspects of how the "old school" is handling things.

Time will reveal all, truths and falsehoods...

Check the article out below and let me know what you think...also, check out the Dallas Penn link and the comments from the readers and another response from Ernie Paniccioli...

Originally From The Dallas Penn Blog

ERNIE PANICCIOLI On Hip-Hop History, Photography and the Law…
December 21st, 2007

Editor's note: ERNEST PANICCIOLI is an award winning photo-journalist and community activist. 'The Other Side Of Hip-Hop' is the film biopic of his life and the lessons he has learned through the artistic movement called Hip-Hop. This film won the Best Documentary award at the 2007 Big Apple Film Festival.

In Rock, there were a couple of photographers who caught images of a young Elvis, Jimi Hendrix, Joni Mitchell, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Bob Dylan, the early Beatles and The Stones.

In Hip-Hop there were a small handful of us who caught Bam, (Grand Wizard) Theodore, Lee (Quinones), Vulcan, graf kids and B-boys, as well as Public Enemy, KRS1, Rakim, Crash Crew, Cold Crush, Slick Rick, Tribe Called Quest, Latifah De La Soul, Zulu, Tony Tone, DJ Kool Herc, Grandmaster(s) Flash and Caz.

Unlike Rock photographers, those of us who caught the early Hip-Hop magic have not really profited financially. Most of us have done a book or two, and with the exception of Henry Chalfant's 'Subway Art', those books have sold in fairly small numbers, to a very small audience.

Most of the money we've earned has come from sales to magazines or the occasional sale to a media outlet like a Vh1 or MTV. Once or twice I've received a call to supply images for a retro album cover or I've completed the sale for a few hundred dollars of a photo in a gallery show. Any fame or celebrity status we've acquired is in reality among our peers and a very small circle of Hip-Hop's true fans.

Now that Hip-Hop is 33 years old or somewhere in that range we would like to be able to relax and to say we were there, that we documented the early phase of this artistic movement, and we did it honestly, quietly and well. Perhaps get a few paychecks for doing a lecture or for licensing our photos to a sneaker company/clothing line, and maybe go to Vegas in a nice hotel for a 4 day package get away, but now a ugly Grinch has reared his head with threats, accusations and warnings of lawsuits. The Grinch in question is not one of the t.I.'s that typically use their lawyers like Michael Vick uses his pit bulls but none other than the alleged "Godfather of Hip-Hop", the one, the only DJ Kool Herc.

As a DJ perhaps he should rethink his verbal assaults and ask himself if he has paid royalties to every artist, record label, singer, rapper or management group for the records he spins at parties and functions. He should also ask himself what if we as the original historians of this culture decide to write him out of the history (rightly, or wrongly) of Hip-Hop?

If in films, documentaries, magazine articles, speeches, interviews on radio and TV and DVD's we decide showing images of him or even mentioning his name is too much of a hassle and headache, an outright waste of time?

As far as the law goes we are 100% within our rights to use our images of him in any way, shape or form we see fit (with the exception of using his image on clothing or merchandise), especially since none of our images were shot secretly or without his knowledge or consent and were of a PUBLIC FIGURE in A PUBLIC Setting.

Instead of DJ Kool Herc growing old gracefully and utilizing his fame, his unique position in a historic culture and notoriety as a vehicle to get paid properly by global entertainment vehicles such as radio, television and even the Internet as Fab 5 Freddy does or doing DJ gigs that he could command top dollar for, or even getting his own radio show, he has decided to attack, threaten, abuse, hassle and harangue those of us who helped push his face, fame, name and reputation to the world long before the anyone knew or even cared about Hip-Hop.

If he decides to hire some sorry, inept, cut rate shyster to file papers against all of us, or even ONE of us photographers I suggest we unite and fight him with a fury. Not just to protect ourselves in this instance, but to allow us to freely practice our chosen craft that we have used to give so much to so many for so long and for so little.

In unity,
Ernie Paniccioli

The Other Side of Hip Hop" a movie on my life, art politics and photography has been awarded Best Documentary in the 2007 Big Apple Film Festival.
Ghostface Killah of Wu-Tang Clan has a commerical hyping up his $400 doll/action figure/collectible...

Just peep out this joint because I truly have no words (NSFW by the way - keep the speakers low)...

* dead * as hell at the quotables and visuals on this joint:

GFK saying "Your kids will f***ing love it!"

Using the jail phone to call up for one (how, on commisary?)

The GFK doll having the "Special Delivery RMX" video (quite possibly one of the last great Bad Boy Records videos and remixes) gear with the robe and jewelery with the big a** eagle bracelet and the gold plate medallion.

The GFK doll's rap quotable on the commerical saying “Remember when I long-d**ked you and broke ya f*ckin’ ovary?” and the little girls facial expression after hearing it.

First peeped at on A Hot Mess and Nah Right

Rasta Santa Picture Appreciatively Jacked From The Blog, The Field Negro

New Jersey Law Will Make HIV Testing Part Of Routine Pre-Natal Care - Yahoo

VeriChip Approved for Human Implementation - GOOD Magazine

Egypt To Copyright Pyramids - AFP

What Is The Role In Radio For Democracy? Press for Freedom (BBC Radio News Series - Part 3 - all other parts linked on site) - BBC Radio

South Carolina: Inside the 'Black Primary' - The Nation

The Suffolk 5? Black Man Defends His Family From Lynch Mob, Going To Jail - AverageBro

Clinton Campaign Launches Obama Attack Web Sites For U.S. Presidential Bid - ABC News

Kin Battle Over Daughter's Life Support (Sad) - NY Daily News

Legendary Jazz Pianist Oscar Peterson Dies, Praised by Musicians and Notables Worldwide (R.I.P.) - Black America Web

Black Owned TV Stations Nearly Extinct - The Finall Call

Black Solidarity in the 21st Century - Original Thought Magazine

Commentary: Why Universities are Fundamentally Racist By Dr. Boyce Watkins - AfroSpear

Hot Zone War Documentary, Chapter Two: Somalia - Kevin Sites In The Hot Zone

Activist/Actress Vanessa Redgrave Helps Guantanamo Suspects By Paying Bail - The Daily Telegraph

Snitch of the Week: 12/2 - 12/8 (Mike Huckabee - Huffington Post) - StartSnitching.com

Zwarte Piet? D.I.S.B.S (Why's Santa Have to Have A Black Slave?) - Oh Hell Nawl

"The Vapors" Movie Casting News - BlackFilm.com

Jay-Z Leaves President Post at Def Jam - AllHipHop.com

XXL Breaks Down Why Everyone Hates Bow Wow - A Hot Mess

The 07' When The Checks Stop Coming In Award - Bossip

Lou Pearlman Situation with Black Folks: Raz-B of B2K Accuses Manager & Cousin Chris Stokes Of Child Molestation - Crunk + Disorderly

Stevie Wonder Concert Report Part 2 - The Assimilated Negro

Wu-Tang vs. Peanuts Diorama - Oh Word

How Not to Get Pregnant, A Primer for Hollywood - Fatback and Collards

White Folks Gossip #1: Jessica Simpson Is A Box-Office Superstar (Not) - D-Listed

White Folks Gossip #2: Britney Spears Mad At Jamie Lynn for Not Telling About Pregnancy and Getting Attention Now - IDontLikeYouInThatWay.com

Christmas Spirit Story #1: Dead U.S. Man Stuns Friends With Christmas Cards 'From Heaven' - BBC

Christmas Spirit Story #2: Santa in G-String Arrested On DUI Charge - CNN

Christmas Spirit Story #3: NORAD and the Pentagon Can Track Santa Claus Via Satellite (But Can't Find Osama Bin Laden?) - Voice of America

Christmas Spirit Story #4: Bad Bad Santas - NY Post

Christmas Spirit Story #5: The Rise of Black Santa - Boughetto News

This the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of December 26, 2007 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul music and commentary.

There is no current Direct EFX segment and the Black Agenda Report segment from journalist Glen Ford on this week's show due to the holiday break week.

Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndiated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.

FuseBox Radio Playlist for Week of December 26, 2007 (in no particular order)

Chrisette Michelle feat. Will.I.Am/Be OK/Def Jam
Jeru the Damaja/How Ill/Ashenafi Ent.
Cymarshall Law feat. KRS One/Control/Freedom Ent.
Nappy Roots/Who Got It Where's It At/NappyRoots.com
Sizzla/Playa's Circle Flipped/White Label
Big Noyd/Things Done Changed/Noyd Inc. & Koch
Franklin Bridge/Incredible (Live Version)/FranklinBridgeBand.com
Shy Thoro/Shy Thoro/ShyThoro.com
Killah Priest/Happy (Inst.)/White Label
Lupe Fiasco/Gold Watch/1st & 15th and Atlantic
Sha Stimuli/Turntables/Musaic Management
Tupac feat. Amel Larrieux/Resist The Tempation/Amaru Ent., Death Row Records & Interscope
Kenna/Loose Wires-Blink Radio/Star Trak & Interscope
Flo Rida/Gotta Eat/Poe-Boy Music Group & Atlantic Records
The Brand New Heavies/Let's Do It Again (Kenny Dope RMX)/Delicious Vinyl
Stahhr/Grandmastaz/Beatvizion Music
Completion/So Beautiful (Warrior Queens Anthem)/CompletionMusic.com
Spoonface feat. Baby/Nah Nah/FAADA
Buju Banton/Cowboys/Gargamel Music
Dirty Harriet/Imagine/Turntable Records
Goodz/My City/MySpace.com White Label
Richard Pryor/Prelude/Rhino
Davina/So Good/Relativity

PLUS Special Secret Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and MySpace.com Independent Music Finds

Subscribe to The FuseBox Radio Broadcast Updates In A Feeder

For those who celebrate it today, Merry Christmas from the BlackRadioIsBack.com crew! :)
What's good everyone,

Here is another week in the building where I'm hitting up the people some more some free promotional mixtapes and mixtape podcasts for download that are pretty on point - not just from the FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com crew, but from all over the place.

I'm going to be on vacation from the December 28th until the January 3rd, 2008 (2-0-0-Ocho) to celebrate the birthday (New Year's Eve, chea), so more likely than not, I won't be posting up too many posts on here during that time (if any) and wanted to hit those folks who check out the site a little something musically to hold folks over.

From my peoples who hit me with hard copies or e-mails of submissions, suggestions, websites and bootleg men (yes, for real, those "hit up so and so for the hot s***" info dropped on me) in the past few weeks of various mixtape releases (thanks to everyone for that), I thank y'all a lot for supporting this venture.

So your blank CDs ready for these 7 joints and support the local mixtape bootleg man/mom and pop store, DJ, website, etc.

DJs, if you do good mixtapes of Hip-Hop, Soul, Rock, House, Reggae, Classics or are a music artist with your mixtape album out you don't mind having posted as promo on the web, feel free to hit the BlackRadioIsBack.com family up at blackradioisback@gmail.com with a link to your mixtape with cover and tracklisting - hopefully, we'll put your joint up on here.

NOTE (as always):

PLEASE don't send me no B.S. with folks:

A. Yelling loud as hell over the song on some fake DJ Clue/DJ Kay Slay/DJ Khaled/Funkmaster Flex ish and I can't hear the damned song but 10 seconds of it (mics have volume control...thanks)

B. Mixtape "exclusives" that are on the radio - if its dope its dope, don't need the fake labeling

C. Overall wackness

* NOTE - These mixtapes are dirty versions, no radio edits! *

Here goes:

DJ Manny Faces Presents The Soul of a Man: Teddy Pendergrass and Luther Vandross


1. Teddy Pendergrass - One In A Million You
2. Luther Vandross - Going In Circles
3. Teddy Pendergrass - I Can't Live Without Your Love
4. Luther Vandross - A House Is Not A Home
5. Teddy Pendergrass - Turn Off The Lights
6. Luther Vandross - If Only For One Night
7. Teddy Pendergrass - Come Go With Me
8. Luther Vandross - Here And Now
9. Teddy Pendergrass feat. Stephanie Mills - Feel The Fire
10. Luther Vandross feat. Cheryl Lynn - If This World Were Mine
11. Teddy Pendergrass - Interview Clip (MauriceWatts.com)
12. Teddy Pendergrass - Let Me Love You
13. Luther Vandross - Interview Clip (CNN)
14. Luther Vandross - Superstar/Until You Come Back To Me
15. Teddy Pendergrass - Close The Door (Live)
16. Luther Vandross - Never Too Much (Live)

DJ Delz, Klassik & Profluent Present: Pimp C - Trill Immortal (Hoseted By Hezeleo)


1. Hezeleo, DJ Delz, Klassik, Profluent - Intro
2. UGK - Tell Me Something Good
3. UGK - Short Texas
4. UGK – It’s Suppost To Bubble
5. UGK - Front, Back, Side To Side
6. UGK - Pocket Full Of Stones 2
7. UGK - Underground
8. UGK - Diamonds and Wood
9. UGK – One Day
10. UGK - Murder
11. Scarface, UGK - Down With Us
12. Jayz ,UGK - Big Pimpin’
13. Three Six mafia, UGK – Sippin’ On Some Sizzup
14. Pimp C ,Lil’ Keke, Pop – Knockin’ Doorz Down
15. Lil’ Flip, UGK, Z-Ro - Coming Up
16. UGK, Paul Wall - Hold Up
17. Chamillionaire, UGK – Ridin’ Dirty
18. UGK, Jay-Z, Young Jeezy, Z-Ro - Get Throw Up
19. UGK, Outkast - International Players
20. Chamillionaire, UGK, Slim Thug, Mike Jones, Paul Wall – Won’t Let U Down
21. Hezeleo, UGK- Cadillac
22. Hezeleo, DJ Delz, Klassik, Profluent - Outro

Peter Bud Presents: Budsmoker Crew Mixtape (Reggae mp3 Podcast Ready Download - lots of joints about the "green")

Dub Floyd - Hip-Hop Docktrine Two: 'The Official Boondocks Mixtape' (Hosted by Little Brother & Skyzoo)
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1. Little Brother Intro
2. Wally Sparks - League Crew Intro
3. Chaundon - The Boondocks Them 2.0
4. Dub Floyd ft. Chaundon & Ash - Hip-Hop Dock-Trine
5. Cool Cee Brown ft. Phonte - No Fear
6. Tanya Morgan - Walk This Way
7. Erykah Badu ft. Little Brother - Honey (Wally Sparks Mix)
8. Skyzoo - Never Sleep
9. Skyzoo & Joel Ortiz - A Brooklyn Summer
10. Ja$ - T.R.O.Y. (Freestyle)
11. Phonte Speaks
12. Cormega ft. Little Brother - The Rap Game
13. Jozeemo ft. Little Brother - Lose It
14. J. Davey, Pacific & Diz - sLAyers
15. Little Brother - Rise To Fall (Mick Boogie Mix)
16. Pugs Atomz ft. Hall Of Fame - Black Boy
17. Skyzoo ft. Maino & Stimuli - Cop & Go
18. Sha Stimuli - The N Word Song
19. L.E.G.A.C.Y. - The Trial
20. Illa ft. Rapper Big Pooh - Respect It
21. DJ Spinna ft. Phonte - Dillagence (J. Dilla Tribute)
22. Cunninglynguists ft. Phonte - Yellow Lines
23. Rashid Hadee ft. Common - Let Go (Wally Sparks Mix)
24. Amanda Diva - Supa Woman
25. Little Brother - Phonte's Favorite Characters
26. Tanya Morgan - Bout To Be Some
27. Blue Checks In
28. Blue - The Only Way
29. Skyzoo Speaks
30. P.H.E.A.R. - I Love Her Again
31. A Tribe Called Quest - Bonita Applebum (Flashback)
32. Little Brother Outro

SK Vibemakers Presents...Jeeday Jawz - Shark Infested Flow Vol. 1
Download Link #1
Download Link #2 (Backup)
Download Link #3 (Backup)

1. Chronicles DVD
2. Intro
3. Multitopical
4. Jeeday Speaks: History in Jeeday Jaws
5. Blazer
6. Jeeday Speaks: What Separates Jeeday Jawz from other MCs
7. Never C Me Fall
8. Scarface Freestyle
9. Jeeday Speaks: The Name Jeeday Jawz
10. Don’t Switch
11. 64 Bars Running
12. Jeeday Speaks: Affliations (Bigz + Alliance Inc)
13. Go Nutz
14. Jeeday Speaks: Styles
15. Gash Boss
16. Windows 2000 & Jawz
17. Drop It Like It’s Hot RMX
18. Jeeday Speaks: Working With Faith SFX (Ghetto Fairytales)
19. Ghetto Fairytales feat. Faith SFX
20. Jeeday Speaks: Jeeday Jawz A Grime MC
21. Kiss Da Ring
22. Some Girls
23. Hustlin’ On Road
24. Jeeday speaks Grime MCs got the upperhand
25. Verbally Bleeding
26. Wot You Staring At feat. Mister Chib
27. Jeeday Speaks: Terror Danjah Link Up (Zumpi Huntah)
28. Gettin’ That Paper (Zumphi Huntah)
29. Jeeday Speaks: The Future For Jeeday Jawz
30. You Gonna Love Me
31. Shoutouts/Bonus Track: Sex
32. Bonus Track: Hammer

Alpha-bet & Delo: The Warm Up - One Take Mixtape


1. The Warm Up Intro
2. We Walk Detriot
3. I'm Popular: the Street Album
4. Bang On The Table Is An Army
5. I Like The Competition (skit)
6. Bitch I'm On The Grind
7. I Will Annihilate (skit)
8. Child of the D
9. Alpha-bet Speaks
10. White Girl for A Stack
11. You Must Train For This (skit)
12. Song for Man (Keep Your Head Up)
13. Alpha-bet Speaks
14. Goin' Out Buckin'

Big Mike & Trafficker Management Present: International Gangster


1. Intro
2. Pray
3. American Dreamin'
4. Hello Brooklyn 2.0 feat. Lil' Wayne
5. No Hook
6. Roc Boyz (and the winner is)
7. Sweet
8. I Know
9. Party Life
10. Ignorant S***
11. Say Hello
12. Success feat. Nas
13. Fallin'
14. Blue Magic
15. American Gangster
I ran into this "Stay In School" music video featuring Dem Hoodstarz, E-40, Mugzi, San Quinn, Jacka, Cellski, Keak Da Sneak, Mac and AK, Erase E, Battle Loco and Kontac while going through Stash Magazine.

This was made to hit the children in the Bay Area of California due to the problems with the inner city minority children not finishing High School around that way (about 45%).

I think it's a good effort, has a good message and a pretty good song. The video is pretty cute to me too. What do y'all think?

Some real talk and flows from Hip-Hop MC Jean Grae - she's been on the underground grind for a minute and with her connection with the BlackSmith Music movement and label of Talib Kweli, she should hopefully be making some deserved noise in 2008, especially in this day and age of quality female MCs being rare in the game.

On this Real TV clip, there's also some talk from classic DJ Tony Touch about his career and the reggaeton movement.

FLOW - Jean Grae

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Jean Grae Official MySpace Page
DJ Tony Touch Official MySpace Page
Flow TV Official MySpace Page

What's good everyone,

Think of this as an early present of whatever folks are celebrating now (Christmas/Kwanzaa/Winter Soultice/Having Days Off Work/Etc.) from your peoples here at BlackRadioIsBack.com.

This is a remix E.P. from the Jazz/Soul/Funk group The Brand New Heavies
(now with original singer N'Dea Davenport back on board) called Let's Do It Again on Delicious Vinyl (the label that put them out as well as Hip-Hop folks like The Pharcyde, Tone Loc, Masta Ace and more).

Just click here to listen to the tracks and download what you please.



1. Let's Do It Again (Jan Vs. Players Please Remix)
2. Let's Do It Again (Philippians Remix)
3. Let's Do It Again (Kenny Dope Remix)
4. Let's Do It Again (Kenny Dope Dub)
5. Let's Do It Again (Kenny Dope Beats)
6. All Fired Up (A Tom Moulton Mix)
7. Let's Do It Again (Jan Vs. Players Please Remix Instrumental)
8. We've Got (A Tom Moulton Mix)
9. We've Got (A Tom Moulton Mix Instrumental)
10. Right On (A Tom Moulton Mix Instrumental)
11. Get Used To It (Album Dub)
12. Get Used To It (Bass Over Babylon Groove Remix)
13. Get Used To It (Bass Over Babylon Reggae Remix)

The Brand New Heavies Official Website
The Brand New Heavies Official MySpace Page
Delicious Vinyl Records Official MySpace Page
Delicious Vinyl Records Official Website

Bonus Video #1: The Brand New Heavies - Never Stop (classic track)

Bonus Video #2: The Brand New Heavies: - Dream Come True '92 Live

This the FuseBox Radio Broadcast with DJ Fusion & Jon Judah for the week of December 19, 2007 with some new and classic Hip-Hop & Soul music and commentary along with our current Direct EFX segment and the Black Agenda Report segment from journalist Glen Ford.

Feel free to check out some recent episodes of the syndiated FuseBox Radio Broadcast here on BlackRadioIsBack.com - all of the shows are clean/radio friendly.

FuseBox Radio Playlist for the Week of December 19, 2007 (in no particular order)

DJ Drama feat. Outkast & Marsha Ambrious/The Art of Storytelling Part 4/Aphilliates Music Group
Chrisette Michelle feat. Will.I.Am/Be OK/Def Jam
Janelle Monae/Sincerely Jane/Wondaland Arts Society
Jeru the Damaja/Airplay/Ashenafi Ent.
Nappy Roots/Who Got It Where's It At/NappyRoots.com
Big Noyd/Things Done Changed/Noyd Inc. & Koch
J. Bully/She's Killin' Me/Mogul Ent. Group
Shy Thoro feat. Tamira/Baby Boy/ShyThoro.com
Killah Priest/Happy (Inst.)/White Label
DJ Hi-Tek feat. Ghostface, Raekwon & Dion/My Piano (inst.)/Babygrande
MC Lyte/Beautiful (Inst.)/MC-Lyte.com
Jill Scott/Rightness/Hidden Beach
Sizzla/Playa's Circle Flipped/White Label
Cymarshall Law feat. KRS One/Control/Freedom Ent.
Honeychild Coleman/Molecule wOrange/Matteite
Franklin Bridge/Incredible (Live Version)/FranklinBridgeBand.com
Nucci Rey-O/Play On/NucciReyo.com
Billy Cook feat. Chamillionaire/Rockstar/Battiste Music Group
Sheek Louch/Good Love (Inst.)/D-Block & Koch
Pete Rock feat. CL Smooth/For Pete's Sake/Elektra
Vicelounge/Aqua Negro Tension/Vicelounge.com
Nina Simone/Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter (Jazzeems All Styles RMX)/RCA & Columbia Legacy

PLUS Special Secret Jon Judah Master Mix w/ Old School Classics and MySpace.com Independent Music Finds

Subscribe to The FuseBox Radio Broadcast Updates In A Feeder

The official list of things folks over here liked and didn't like in the world of Black Music in 2007 coming soon from your peoples at BlackRadioIsBack.com...

What's good everyone,

It's time for even more giveaways here for y'all from BlackRadioIsBack.com and the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast to jump off the new year (yay).

All everyone has to do is e-mail us here at blackradioisback@gmail.com by Saturday, January 19, 2007 and we will randomly pick 5 winners for a Wu-Tang Clan Prize Package of a Wu-Tang Clan 8 Diagrams T-Shirt and an 8 Diagrams Promotional Mixtape from the Wu-Music Group.

We already have 2 really happy people from the last BlackRadioIsBack.com Giveaway of the X-Box Video Game Medal of Honor: Airborne when we launched the site (R. Foy in Ft. Washington, MD and R. Clarke of Washington, DC), so folks know it's not a game around here.

And, we have a new giveaway that we just did a few days ago people can enter in for too...we are doing it for you folks, so enter in to everything!

Best of luck to everyone who enters!
From my New Jersey peoples from Low Budget TV...a little something to laugh at - you KNOW there are some characters like this around the way - enjoy!


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Backstory on why the hell this post is even on here:

I am crazy bored at the 9 to 5 today since the day is going by terribly slow and I'm actually a pretty good employee who has their paperwork done in advance.

So I'm checking my e-mails, various websites and whatnot to stay awake until the magic hour when I can roll out and end up run into this link and a press release for Chingy's new album.

Personally, I thought Chingy was a rip-off of Nelly when dude first came out and hearing "Right Thurr" in constant rotation (and that was pretty much it from that album, that I remember) made me want to hit radio and video programmers upside the head with a solid steel tire iron repeatedly.

In other words, your girl isn't crazy about this dude.

I suppose for party joints, etc. that he will do with a few shots of Patron and in this day and age, Chingy isn't the most wack/ordinary/non-distintive MC cat out there - its just not my cup of tea in the least.

* shrugs * Maybe that's just my old woman status in the game.

So I tell you folks what, you can click here, give the joint a free listen and tell me what you think of this new album by him, Hate It Or Love It (* crickets * and fruitcake to whomever came up with this "creative" title * rolls eyes *).

The joint with Amerie (poor girl can't catch a break) that in rotation now, "Fly Like Me" isn't making my ears bleed, but I'm not amazed with at all either.

Should I give this a solid listen, avoid it like the plague, what? Let me know!

For those who take on this mission, here is the tracklisting:

1. Intro
2. Hate It Or Love It
3. Check My Swag
4. Fly Like Me (w/ Amerie)
5. Kick Drum
6. Gimmie Dat (w/ Ludacris & Bobby Valentino)
7. All Aboard (Ride It) (w/ Steph Jones)
8. Trickin' Off Skit
9. Spend Some $
10. 2 Kool 2 Dance
11. Lovely Ladies
12. How We Feel
13. Roll On 'Em (w/ Rick Ross)
14. Blockstar

Chingy Official MySpace
Since it's a quiet day at the 9 to 5 due to the holiday period here in the States (a.k.a. big bosses and other start slowly taking off until Christmas), I was able to listen to some more mixtapes and post up this R&B and Soul mixtape goodness for you folks to download for free.

Shows how much I love you all. :)


DJ Blazita Presents: Sex & The City Part 1 Download Link #1

DJ Blazita Presents: Sex & The City Part 1 Download Link #2 (Backup)


1. Why Do Men Cheat Intro
2. Aaliyah – If your girl only knew
3. Biggie & R Kelly – Fuckin You Tonight
4. Foxxy Brown - Touch Me Tease Me (blazita blend)
5. Total & Foxy Brown & Lil Kim - No One Else Remix
6. LL Cool J – Loungin
7. Fabolous & Tamia – So Into You (blazita blend)
8. Junior Mafia & Aaliyah – I Need You Tonight
9. Changing Faces & Jay Z – All My Days
10. Amerie - Talkin to Me Blend (blazita blend)
11. Mary J Blige & Lil Kim – I Can Love You
12. Total – Kissing You
13. R Kelly – Sex Me
14. Keith Sweat – Nobody
15. Mary J Blige & R Kelly – Its On
16. Subway & 702 – Hide and Seek
17. Xscape – My Lil Secret
18. Jon B – Sex Is On My Mind
19. Definition of a Bad Girl Interlude
20. Adina Howard - Freak Like ME (blazita blend)
21. 2 Pac – How Do You Want It
22. Ray J & Lil Kim – Wait a Minute
23. Lil Cease & Lil Kim - Crush On You (blazita blend)
24. Essence – You Will Never Find
25. Donnell Jones – Spend the Night
26. Brandy - Baby (blazita blend)
27. Mya & Jay Z - Best Of Me (blazita blend)
28. Foxy Brown & Blackstreet – Gotta Get You Home
29. Jodeci – Freakin You
30. Changing Faces & R Kelly – Stroke You Up
31. Silk – Freak Me Baby
32. R. Kelly – Bump N Grind
33. Jon B – Can We Get Down
34. Aaron Hall – All The Places

This is a classic 1990s era DJ Premier produced Hip-Hop track with MCs Chubb Rock, O.C. & Jeru the Damaja on mic duty.

This song is from a pretty decent ("C+" to "B" grade, my personal opinon) Spike Lee movie, Clockers (it's not as good as School Daze or Malcolm X at all, but the movie is WAY better than WTF types of filmmaking mess from Spike like Girl 6 and She Hate Me - I'm still mad I spent money to see the latter for real).

Everyone absolutely murders their respective verses on here and doesn't do the "I'll just say some bulls*** and coast because the beat is fantastic" action.

Personally, it alternates between Chubb Rock's and Jeru's verses in terms of which is my favorite depending on my mood (young, gifted & black with mellow annoyance - Jeru's; young, gifted & black and ornery - Chubb Rock's).

All of these brothers still make their appearances on the Hip-Hop music scene - and aren't embarrasing - now with guest collaborations on singles and recent self-released album material (O.C. and Jeru the Damaja mainly, I think Chubb Rock is working on some new full length stuff).

Besides this song, the entire Clockers Movie Soundtracks are high quality - the jazz score version by Terrance Blanchard is off the chain and on the soundtrack compilation Chaka Khan's "Love Me Still" is a great R&B track along with solid joints from Seal, Mega Banton, Des'ree, Marc Dorsey and others.

Here we go with the video...enjoy:

Chubb Rock, O.C. & Jeru the Damaja - Return of the Crooklyn Dodgers

Chubb Rock Official MySpace
Jeru The Damaja Official Website
O.C. Official MySpace Page

Former U.S. Attorney General Gonzales In On CIA Tape Destruction Talks - CNN

FEMA Official: Higher-Ups Delayed Katrina Aid - MSNBC

Congress Passes Bill to Strengthen Freedom of Information Act - Truthout.Org

Famed Black Documentary Producer-Director of "Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks," "John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk" and "Paul Robeson: Here I Stand.", St. Clair Bourne, Dies (R.I.P.) - Black America Web

Reparations Anxiety - The American Prospect

The Racist Roots of the Anti-Immigration Movement - Black Agenda Report

Absentee Dad Can't Profit From Son's 9/11 Death - NY Daily News

Cops on Steroids - Village Voice

The Obama Effect: Have The Dreams Of The Civil Rights Movement Been Realized Or Deferred? - The Nation

The Tale of an Ivy-League Hoaxer (story is loony as hell) - Time Magazine

Weird Science #1: Smoking Weed Takes Another Hit: Scientists Say Cannabis Smoke 'Has More Toxins' Than Tobacco - BBC

Weird Science #2: Men May Become Extinct, Leaving Only Women to Represent Human Race - Times Online

Racial Preference, Huh? For Whom? (cartoon) - Racialicious

WTF: Addicted Doctors Are Allowed to Practice Medicine - Yahoo

The “Just in Case” Hustle - HustleKnockin'

Condolences to Hip-Hop MC Lil' Mama for Her Mother's Passing - A Hot Mess

Video: Mobb Deep MC Prodigy at the Shooting Range w/ His Son - Nah Right

Oprah and Steadman Are Still "Together"? - Bossip

Ashford and Simpson Still Rocking '80s Gear and Hair - Crunk + Disorderly

Keep It Surreal: De La Soul - BeautiFullest MuthaShip

Reflections on Hip Hop Culture, Christianity & Social Capital - via DaveyD.com MySpace Blog

Beware Shakeekee & Nay Nay… Stop Naming Kids for Random S*** - Oh Hell Nawl

White Folks Gossip #1: Britney Spears' Sister is Pregnant - D-Listed

White Folks Gossip #2: Amy Winehouse Gets Arrested - A Socialite's Life
What's good everyone,

Here is another week in the building where I'm hitting up the people some more some free promotional mixtapes and mixtape podcasts for download that are pretty on point - not just from the FuseBox Radio/BlackRadioIsBack.com crew, but from all over the place.

I had a whole lot of e-mails of submissions, websites and bootleg men in the past few weeks of various mixtape releases (thanks to everyone for that) and luckily have a more than a few new quality joints for the people - enough to the point this week where instead of the usual 5 mixtapes, I'm going to hit you with 10 joints.

So your blank CDs ready and support the local mixtape (well, I guess mix CD now in this technological age and whatnot - haven't seen an actual cassette tape with a mix in over 10 years) bootleg man/mom and pop store, website, etc.

For my DJs, if you do good mixtapes of Hip-Hop, Soul, Rock, House, Reggae, Classics or are a music artist with your mixtape album out you don't mind having posted as promo on the web, feel free to hit the BlackRadioIsBack.com family up at blackradioisback@gmail.com with a link to your mixtape with cover and tracklisting - hopefully, we'll put your joint up on here.


PLEASE don't send me no B.S. with folks:

A. Yelling loud as hell over the song on some fake DJ Clue/DJ Kay Slay/DJ Khaled/Funkmaster Flex ish and I can't hear the damned song but 10 seconds of it (mics have volume control...thanks)

B. Mixtape "exclusives" that are on the radio - if its dope its dope, don't need the fake labeling

C. Overall wackness

* NOTE - These mixtapes are dirty versions, no radio edits! *

Here goes:

Junior & Lil' Dave of Eavesdrop Radio Present Stones Throw Records Tribute Part 1 (Mixshow Podcast)


1. J Dilla - Intro
2. Jaylib - The Official
3. J Dilla - Crushin' (Inst.)
4. J Dilla - Crushin' (vocal)
5. Quasimoto - Rappcats Pt. 3
6. Medaphoar - Push
7. Percee P - Put It On the Line (Madlib Remix)
8. 45King w/ Wildchild - Two-Five
9. Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf - Devotion '93
10. Madvillian - One Beer
11. Harrell & Sharron Lucky - Pease Porridge Hot
12. Capt. Funkaho - My 2600
13. Galt McDermot - Theme for Fergus (Madlib remix)
14. A-Trak - Enter Ralph Wiggum
15. The Highlighters - Funky 16 Corner
16. L.A. Carnival - Color
17. The Soul Seven - South Side Funk Part 1
18. Fabulous Souls - Take Me
19. Yesterday's New Quintet - The Horse
20. J Rocc - Bubbha's Dance
21. J Dilla - Two Can Win
22. Bumps - Craven
23. Dudley Perkins - Testin Me
24. Aloe Blacc - Bilar (Scene I)
25. Beatconductor - Chops & Thangs
26. Madlib the Beat Konducta - Freeze
27. Madvillian - Fancy Clown (ft. Viktor Vaughn)
28. Dudley Perkins - Separate Ways
29. Quasimoto - Seasons Change
30. Yesterday's New Quintet - Too High
31. Yesterday's New Qunitet - The Meaning of Love
32. Yesterday's New Quintet - Mystic Brew
33. Yesterday's New Quintet - Knucklehead
34. Yesterday's New Quintet - Harlem River Drive
35. Beatconductor/Madlib - Conducted Rhythms
36. Dudley Perkins - Flowers
37. Aloe Blacc - About Love
38. Yesterday's New Quintet - One for the Monica Lingas Band
39. Yesterday's New Quintet - Sunrays
40. J Dilla - The $ (Madlib Remix)
41. J Dilla - Lightworks (ft. Q-Tip & Talib Kweli)
42. J Dilla - Workinonit
43. Oh No & Galt MacDermot - Fast Drive Fast
44. Oh No - Dr. No Beat 45 beat 1
45. Oh No - Dr. No Beat 45 beat 2
46. Baron Zen - Burn Rubber (Dam Funk remix)
47. Donald Byrd & Madlib - Steppin' Again
48. Bobby Hutcherson & Madlib - Montara
49. Quasimoto - Jazz Cats
50. Lootpack - On Point
51. MED - Special
52. Madvillain ft. Stacey Epps - Eye
53. Talib Kweli & Madlib - Funny Money
54. J Dilla - Nothing Like This
55. Oh No - On My Way
56. Oh No - Chump
57. Wildchild w/ Percee P & MED - Knick Knack 2002
58. Declaime w/ Lootpack - The Movement
59. Jaylib - Raw Addict
60. Quasimoto - Closer
61. J Dilla w/ MF Doom & Guilty Simpson - Mash's Revenge
62. Guilty Simpson - Gettin' Riches
63. MED - Rhymes with an L
64. Cut Chemist - Bunky's Pick
65. J Rocc - Say Ho
66. J Rocc - Supersound
67. Baron Zen - BZ Theme(Danny Breaks remix)
68. Beatkonducta - Sir Bang
69. Beatkonducta in India - Freeze
70. Madvillain - Figaro
71. Aloe Blacc - One Inna
72. Supreme Team - Volta Para Cima
73. Dudley Perkins - Money
74. Wildchild w/ Vinia Mojica - Party Up
75. Percee P - The Lady Behind Me
76. Heliocentrics ft. Guilty Simpson - Before I Die
77. Gary Wilson - Soul Travelin'
78. Ahmad Miller - Sunny C

Playboy Tre & Sun-E: Addicted 2 The Nitelife (Mixed By DJ Noize)


1. Intro
2. Playboy Tre & Sun-E - So Ghood
3. Playboy Tre feat. B.O.B. and Sun-E - Nitelife (Remix)
4. B.O.B. - This Is My
5. Sun-E - Tell Me
6. Playboy Tre and Mont - Trilla Freestyle
7. Grafiti Boyz feat. Jibbs - Ride Swerve
8. Bohagon - Go Live
9. BabyBooda - No Sunshine
10. Cherish feat. Sun-E - Keep It Fresh (Remix)
11. Short Dawg - Pull Somethin'
12. Bone Crusher feat. Fabo - Transform
13. Grafiti Boyz - Yanckin' (Prod By Lil Jon)
14. Playboy Tre - Church Freestyle
15. Playboy Tre, Donnie Cross & Sun-E - Naked Girls
16. Playboy Tre - Anutha Day
17. Elie Allmytee - Lost My Mind
18. Sun-E feat. Donnie Cross & Playboy Tre - On My Own (Prod by Mark Angelil)
19. Steph Jones - Mr. Ordinary
20. Loony T - Cool As Hell
21. Cupid - Work
22. KJ Hines - Capital City
23. Sun-E - Monster Shit
24. Bohagon feat. Crime Mob and Lil Scrappy - They Grillz Gleamin
25. Playboy Tre & Sun-E - Let Me Know
26. Outro

DJ Spooky Presents a Project for the Dokolo Foundation at the Venice Biennial 2007: Africa Remix: Ghost World - A Story in Sound (Mixtape Podcast Download)


Mega Mix!
Por Por Akwaaba Welcome! Car Horn Orchestra of Ghana
Intro: Lafayette Afro Rock Band "Darkest Light" mixed w/Max Roach and Abdullah Ibrahim "Streams of Consciousness" (NY and South Africa)
Intro collage
African Anarchist Radio
Malcolm X "The Roots of Savagery" mixed w/
Max Roach/Abdullah Ibrahim "Streams of Consciousness" (NY/South Africa)
Tony Allen "Crazy Afro Beat" w/scratches by Rob Swift Vs Dj Spooky (NY and Nigeria)
X Plastaz "Msimu kwa msimu" (Tanzania)
Alif "Douta Mbaye"(Senegal)
K'naan "Soobax" (Somalia)
Kelis "Trick Me" (dancehall mix) (USA)
Fela "Kalakuta Show" (Mix Master Mike, Lateef and The Gift of Gab Remix) (Nigeria)
Lotfi Double Kanon "Bled Miki" (Tunisia)
MC Solaar featuring Ron Carter "Un Ange En Danger" (France/Senegal)
Akon "Locked Up" mixed w/ Nelson Mandela "Moments in Black History (Brad Sanders)" (NY/Senegal/South Africa)
Angola National Anthem - "Angola, avante!" Author: Manuel Rui Alves Monteiro (b.1941); Composer: Rui Alberto Vieira Dias Mingao
Mixed w/Malcolm X "The Root of Civilization"
Dj Spooky featuring Tapper Zukie "Revolution Dub" (NY/Jamaica)
Frederic Galliano featuring Pancha Angola: Kuduru Sound System
Frederic Galliano featuring Pinta Tirru "Entra No Roda" (Angola/France)
Bunny Lee Meets King Tubby "African Roots and Reggae" - (Jamaica)
Cesoria Evora - Angola (original + Carl Craig remix) -Dj Spooky remix (Cape Verde Islands/Detroit/NY)
David Byrne and Brian Eno "My Life in The Bush of Ghosts: Vocal Outtakes" (New York/London)
Fela "Zombie" (Nigeria) (remix)
King Britt "Obafunke Theme" (Philadelphia) mixed w/
Interlude Idi Amin speaks (Uganda)
Orson Welles "Citizen Kane" (L.A.)
President Obasanjo mixed w/"Move" by J Dilla (Detroit)
Ryuichi Sakamoto "Riot in Lagos" mixed w/ Nigerian National Anthem (Japan/Nigeria)
Baka Forest People of South East Cameroon - Water Drums (Cameroon) mixed w/
Foday Musa Suso "World Wide Funk" (DJ Spooky remix) (Gambia)
Master Musicians of Jajouka featuring Talvin Singh "You Can Find the Feeling" mixed w/ Abdul Nasser "Independence Forever" (Morocco/Egypt/India)
Duke Ellington "Afro-Euraasian Eclipse" (NY)
Oum Kalthoum "Hob Eih" (Egypt) - Dj Spooky remix
Mixed w/Tectonic "Heat Sensor"
Charlie Dark "Afro Dreaming"(UK-Ghana)
The Monks of Keur Moussa "Nous Te Louons, Pere Invisible" (Senegal)
Ginger Baker/Tony Allen (UK/Nigeria) - drum solo mixed w/
Drexciya "Polymono Plexusgel" (Detroit)
Zimbabwe Legit "Shadows Legit Mix" Dj Shadow remix (Zimbabwe/San Francisco)
Soweto Gospel Choir "Rivers of Babylon" (South Africa)
Konono No1 "Kule Kule" (Congo)
Abdullah Ibrahim "Mindif" (Dj Spooky remix) (South Africa/NY)

DJ Green Latern: MySpace Invasion 2


1) Intro
2) Feva - Don't Do It (http://www.myspace.com/usornuffin; email: hollywoodfev@gmail.com)
3) MdotL- I'm Not Joking (http://www.myspace.com/mdotlmusic; e-mail: mdotl336@gmail.com)
4) Kayoz- Stack Chips (http://www.myspace.com/seanotenyc, http://www.myspace.com/Kayoz1215)
5) Link - Carolina (http://www.myspace.com/lnk2rap; email: dibwanirecords@gmail.com)
6) Ques - My Soul (http://www.myspace.com/quesfire; e-mail: zreyes@nvmgmy.com)
7) Family Comes First (T-Rell & La Kid) - Ain't Gonna Happen (http://www.myspace.com/familycomesfirstent; e-mail: mlbmusic07@gmail.com)
8) Rich P - Wifey Type (http://www.myspace.com/5ptp; e-mail: r1chp0rt3r@hotmail.com)
9) Mic-Hell - Purple Haze (http://www.myspace.com/michelliamthebronx; e-mail: shirtzupmuzik@gmail.com)
10) Charles Victor- Your Mama (http://www.myspace.com/charlesvictorone; e-mail: theoryiz@gmail.com)
11) Think - Illest Or Not (http://www.myspace.com/thinkfulleffectproductions; e-mail: Think_fulleffect@hotmail.com)
12) Sage and A-Pressure - Take that (http://www.myspace.com/casualplayaz; e-mail: casualmc213@aim.com)
13) Don Julio - Bronx Bullies (http://www.myspace.com/donjulio; e-mail: djbadguy@tmail.com)
14) Carlito - Take A ride (http://www.myspace.com/thisaintamovie, http://www.myspace.com/beatsovenproductions; e-mail: csaunders@icommcorp.com)
15) Young P - Homocide (http://www.myspace.com/youngpatm; e-mail: Youngpatm@gmail.com)
16) TR - Go Getta (http://www.myspace.com/trfiness; e-mail: loneshark201@gmail.com)
17) L Midd - On Everything I Love ( http://www.myspace.com/ichifinger; e-mail: ocalashoodsta@hotmail.com)
18) KO tha Don - I'm Good (http://www myspace.com/kothedon; e-mail: kothadon@gmail.com)
19) Whoz - When I Get There (http://www.myspace.com/whozny; e-mail: bkwhoz@aol.com)
20) Hals - Have It All (http://www.myspace.com/halsboss; e-mail: Halsnews@gmail.com)
21) Rush Life - Think about it (http://www.myspace.com/rushdullah; e-mail: rushlife@comcast.net)
22) Donyros - Money Talks (http://www.myspace.com/donyros; e-mail: crackfluid@yahoo.com)
23) Well Litted - I Know What You Need (http://www.myspace.com/cbafamproductions; e-mail: ormega3thedon@hotmail.com)
24) Ronny Pyramid & Young Diction - Dear Hip Hop (http://www.myspace.com/ronnypyramid, http://www.myspace.com/dictiontheartist; e-mail: anuk.pyramid@gmail.com)
25) Dub-T - From On Top (http://www.myspace.com/dubtmusic; e-mail: dteezy42@hotmail.com)
26) Absent Minds feat Teknikal - Worldwide Remix (http://www.myspace.com/absentmindshiphop; e-mail: aspectemcee@gmail.com)
27) Deck a don - Respect My Gansta (http://www.myspace.com/deckadonmuzik; e-mail: whiteboy718qu@aol.com)
28) Most Official - Heavy Lies The Crown (http://www.myspace.com/verblmessiah; e-mail: thehighcouncilceo@gmail.com)
29) Teddy Burke - This Literal Pain (http://www.myspace.com/delouz; e-mail: boinko03@gmail.com)
30) Jokaman - Jokaman Freestyle (http://www.myspace.com/jokaman; ginpierce@gmail.com)
31) Lockwise - Lonely (http://www.myspace.com/five1sixwise; e-mail: lockwiseproductions@hotmail.com
32) Pretty Russ - Pimp'n N the Midwest (http://www.myspace.com/prettyruss: e-mail: elgin_scurlock@yahoo.com)
33) Nice Pain - Cant Stop My Paper (http://www.myspace.com/nicepain516; e-mail: nicepain@gmail.com)

DJ Y-Not? & Supastition: Other Side of the South Vol. 1

1. Intro
2. Supastition - Worst Enemy (prod. Marco Polo)
3. Big Treal (Freestyle)
4. The Heart & Brain - Thoughtz in Blood (Introduction) (Prod. TzariZM for Strangaz Productions)
5. Brotha Soul - Final Fantasy (Dela mix)
6. DP (Daily Planet) - Rollin
7. Shinobi Stalin feat. J Biz - Confessions of a Sneaker Addict
8. Big Treal feat. Supastition - In Ya Place (Prod. by 9th Wonder)
9. Relz feat. Wayne White & Steele of Smif N Wessun - EarthQuake (Prod. NeMo for Strangaz Productions)
10. Butta Verses - When
11. Dutchmassive feat. Median & Von Pea - Better Man (Prod. illMIND)
12. BlakOut feat. Supastition & Illustrate - Freedom Remix (Prod. NeMo for Strangaz Productions)
13. Kaze feat. Supastition & Mr. Mohalyn - Black Man Worldwide (Prod. DJ Forge)
14. Da StranGaZ (TzaR and NeMo) - Live Out (Prod. NeMo for Strangaz Productions)

Joe Budden and DJ On Point: Mood Muzik 3


1. Hiatus (Produced By Mellow Madness)
2. Ventilation (Produced By The Klasix)
3. Talk 2 Em (Produced By Wms Sultan)
4. Joe Budden feat. Joell Ortiz - Warfare (Produced By The Klasix)
5. Joe Budden feat. Emanny - Invisible Man (Produced By Chemo)
6. Dear Diary (Produced By Wms Sultan)
7. Joe Budden feat. Ezo - Get No Younger (Produced By The Klasix)
8. Joe Budden feat. Suzzy Q - Star Inside (Produced By Dub B)
9. Killa BH - Skit
10. Send Him Our Love (Produced By The Klasix)
11. Joe Buddenn feat. Fabolous Ransom and Hitchcock - Family Reunion (Produced by Shatek)
12. 5th Gear (Produced By Wms Sultan)
13. Roll Call (Produced By Wms Sultan)
14. Joe Budden feat. Emanny - Secrets (Produced By The Klasix)
15. Joe Budden feat. Emanny - All Of Me (Produced By The Klasix)
16. Killa BH - Foldgers Brother
17. Joe Budden feat. Mr. Probz-long way to go (Produced By Soulsearchin)
18. Thou Shall Not Fall (Produced By The Klasix)
19. Still My Hood (Produced By WYKS)

DJ Bedtyme357 & Sic Osyrus: Sic-O-Nomics Mixtape


1. Record Shop Skit
2. Real Talk Freestyle
3. Time Goes By Freestyle
4. Abusive Freestyle
5. Female Me Freestyle
6. Guerilla Sh*t Freestyle
7. Before She Fell Asleep Freestyle
8. 2 Bent Feat Apple (IMC)
9. Arcade Skit
10. What If Freestyle
11. ReIntroduce Myself Freestyle
12. Money Hungry Freestyle
13. Love Killa Freestyle
14. Killin Em (Produced By Shuko For Foundation Productions)
15. Haters Gonna Hate Freestyle
16. LockDown (Produced By Drawzilla For Inasirkl Music Group)
17. Church Skit (Produced By Dj Static For Beast At Large Productions)

Masspike Miles & Antagonist of Tha Track Dealers LLC Present The Resume Mixtape Vol. 1


1. Smoke Bulga feat. Stack Bundles - What It Is
2. Freck Billionaire feat. Fabolous, Masspike Miles, Paul Cain & Smoke Bulga - Act Like Ya Know
3. Roc Dukati - Lay 'Em Down
4. J.R. Get Money - Trap All Day
5. Rock Dukati feat. Smoke Bulga and Benzine - Money That I Lost
6. Freck Billionaire feat. B.G., Masspike Miles & Smoke Bulga - Dat's Dat
7. Rushya feat. Antagonist - Movin' 4 Tha Skrilla
8. L.T. feat. Freeway - Phillie 2 Beantown
9. Suga Suga - That It 2 Da Flo
10. Smoke Bulga feat. JR Writer - Gettin' Money
11. Rushya - All 4 The Money
12. Loose Notes feat. Masspike Miles - If It Ain't
13. Loose Notes - Bring It Back
14. Masspike Miles feat. Ms. Aquarious - Certified Chick
15. Masspike Miles feat Roc Dukati and Rushya - Real Language
16. Yolaina - What If
17. Masspike Miles feat. Smoke Bulga - Still Know U
18. Suga Suga feat. Chai - Fly Like Me
19. Loose Notes feat. Are Jae - Gotta Eat
20. Smoke Bulga feat. Suga Suga - Deal On Da Purp

Jah Free a.k.a. The One - Amuses Bouches Free Mixtape Album Download


1. Gorgon Amuse Intro
2. 4
3. Beat Contest
4. Careful What You Wish For
5. Chruch 2 O Drop
6. Don't Cry
7. Al Gets Funky
8. Hard Hitter
9. Hurt It 2
10. Love Can Fill
11. Marz
12. Milli
13. Calling 2
14. OD
15. Professional Man of Leisure
16. Oooh Baby
17. Shelly Baby
18. Prince 5
19. Surround Me
20. Oh Yeah

DJ Colin Cruz - Disco Classic (Mixshow Podcast)


1. Peabo Bryson - Born To Love (EMI)
2. The Live Band - Chance For Hope (T.S.O.B)
3. The Jammers - What Have You Got To Loose (UNIDISC)
4. Billy Griffin - Hold Me Tighter In The Rain (CBS)
5. Disco Classic - but I can dub you till the morning (PROMO)
6. George Duke - I want you for my self (EPIC)
7. Evelyn King - I'm In Love (RCA)
8. Fat Larry's Band - Act Like You Know (UNIDISC)
9. Ron Richardson - Ooh Wee Baby (GTO)
10. Leroy Burgess - Heartbreaker (SALSOUL)
11. Inner Life - Moment Of My Life (SALSOUL)