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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Slum Village - Push It Along Feat Phife Dawg

Slum Village - Push It Along Feat Phife Dawg

Produced by Young RJ and features the legendary Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest off the upcoming album titled "Yes"

Monday, February 2, 2015

THE BLACK HISTORY MIXTAPE

THE BLACK HISTORY MIXTAPE

THE BLACK HISTORY MIXTAPE

1.    SELF DESTRUCTION - #MALCOLMX   
2.    BLACK N PROUD - #BRANDNUBIAN
3.    DREAM FT MLK JR - COMMON
4.    YOU MUST LEARN - #KRS1
5.    WHO'S GONNA TAKE THE WEIGHT? - #GANGSTARR
6.    EMBRACE YOUR TRUE NAME - #TUPAC
7.    WORD TO THE MOTHERLAND - #BIGDADDYKANE
8.    VERBAL MILK - #XCLAN
9.    THE FEELING - KONCEPT
10. STILL I RISE - #MAYAANGELOU
11. BLACK WOMAN - #JUNGLEBROTHERS
12. AFRICA DREAM - #TALIBKWELI
13. GHETTOS OF THE MIND - #PETEROCKandCLSMOOTH
14. BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY - MALCOLM X
15. BY THE TIME I GET TO ARIZONA - #PUBLICENEMY
16. BLACK WISH - #THELASTPOETS
17. BE REAL BLACK FOR ME - #ROBERTAFLACK AND #DONNYHATHAWAY
18. I AM THE BLACK GOLD OF THE SUN - #ATRIBECALLEDQUEST

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Visual Caffeine Episode: 41El Capitan




 
Peace and bliss planet rockers!

The award winning Visual Caffeine is back! Off The Corner is proud present this monthly program that has become something of an instant classic. It presents the fascinating history of Hip-Hop culture, as well a peek inside the world of  present day underground Hip-Hop.
 
Captain Clutch-Mr. November-El Capitan-5 time World Series champion-14 time MLB All Star-5 time AL Gold Glove Winner-All Star Game MVP-World Series MVP-2 time Hank Aaron award winner-Roberto Clemente Award winner-Most hits in Yankee history-over 3,000 hits-Rookie of the Year-and many more.

For 20 years-half my life-Derek Jeter has been an anchor at shortstop for the greatest baseball team in history. It's going to be weird going to the Temple(Yankee stadium) and not seeing #2 on the field.

This episode of VISUAL CAFFEINE is to thank Derek Jeter for being a class act-a true NY Yankee.
 El Capitan tracklist:
1. BUGNANAS-"Crystal Ax"
2. SILENT SOMEONE feat. JOHN ROBINSON-"Grey Skies"
3. NAPOLEAN DA LEGEND feat. LA FEMME NIKITA-"Can't Help Myself"
4. STATIC SELEKTAH feat JOEY BADA$$ and FREDDIE GIBBS-"Carry On"
5. A TRIBE CALLED QUEST-"Award Tour"
6. BUCKSHOT feat. P MONEY-"Just Begun"
7. ED OG-"2 Turntables and a MIC"
8. LIL DAP-"Code of Silence"
9. RAKIM-"When I B on the MIC"
PEACE!!

VISUAL CAFFEINE-episode 41-EL CAPITAN from SEN ONE6 UZN on Vimeo.

 
 

Sunday, April 27, 2014

The Native Tongues Mixtape ft A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, Black Sheep, Brand Nubian, De La Soul, Monie Love, The Beatnuts, Queen Latifah, Jungle Brothers

The Native Tongues Anthology-offthecorner.net

The Native Tongues Anthology, another offthecorner.net exclusive will  feature  A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, Brand Nubian, De La Soul, Monie Love, Black Sheep, The Beatnuts, Queen Latifah Jungle Brothers,Leaders of the New School, The Fu-Schnickens, Mos Def, Da Bush Babees,Common, Truth Enola and Chi Ali. Mixed by DJ Tiger 



  1. NATIVE TONGUES INTRO FT DJ TIGER
  2. THAT SHIT
  3. DILLA PLUGGED IN
  4. U.N.I.T.Y. SKIT
  5. LA MENAGE
  6. IM GONNA DO YOU
  7. HOW YA WANT IT, WE GOT IT
  8. DESCRIPTION
  9. HIT ME WITH THAT
  10. DAYS OF OUR LIVES
  11. PASS THE 40
  12. PROPS OVER HERE
  13. ILL VIBE
  14. DEAR DILLA
  15. BIG BROTHER BEAT
  16. STAKES IS HIGH REMIX
  17. WRATH OF MY MADNESS
  18. WRATH OF MY MADNESS (DJ PREMIER REMIX)
  19. WE RUN THINGS (ITS LIKE THAT)
  20. LYRICS TO GO REMIX
  21. INSIDE MY LOVE (SKIT)
  22. YOU CANT HOLD THE TORCH
  23. BRAGGIN AND BOASTIN
  24. JIMMYS BONUS BEAT
  25. THE PROMO
  26. IN TIME
  27. BUDDY
  28. BUDDY REMIX
  29. LA SCHMOOVE
  30. TO THE RIGHT
  31. LATIFAH'S HAD IT UP TO HERE
  32. STRAIGHT OUT THE JUNGLE REMIX
  33. JBEEZ BONUS BEATS
  34. JBEEZ COMIN THRU
  35. AWARD TOUR
  36. SCENARIO
  37. SCENARIO REMIX
  38. LADIES FIRST
  39. GRAND PUBA, POSITIVE AND LG
  40. THE PROMO NO. 2
  41. DONT CURSE VERSE
  42. BRAND NUBIAN
  43. THE INTERNATIONAL ZONE COASTER (REMIX)
  44. EVIL VIBRATIONS
  45. A ROLLING SKATING JAM CALLED SATURDAYS
  46. SATURDAYS SKIT
  47. A ROLLING SKATING JAM CALLED SATURDAYS (LADIES DECISION REMIX)
  48. A ROLLING SKATING JAM CALLED SATURDAYS (WHAT YOU LIFE CAN TRULY BE)
  49. A ROLLING SKATING JAM CALLED SATURDAYS (MORALES 6AM REMIX)
  50. COME INTO MY HOUSE
  51. GRANDPA'S HOUSE
  52. ILL HOUSE YOU
  53. MAMA GAVE BIRTH TO THE SOUL CHILDREN (REMIX)
  54. WHAT U WAITIN 4
  55. I LIKE WHAT YOU DO
  56. DOIN OUR OWN DANG (DO IT TO THE JB'S MIX)
  57. IT AINT HIP TO BE HIPPIE
  58. BLACK IS BLACK
  59. SOUNDS OF SAFARI REMIX

Saturday, April 26, 2014

The Native Tongues Mixtape, dropping April 27th excusively on OffTheCorner.net

The Native Tongues Anthology-offthecorner.net

The Native Tongues Anthology, another offthecorner.net exclusive will  feature  A TRIBE CALLED QUEST, Brand Nubian, De La Soul, Monie Love, Black Sheep, The Beatnuts, Queen Latifah Jungle Brothers,Leaders of the New School, The Fu-Schnickens, Mos Def, Da Bush Babees,Common, Truth Enola and Chi Ali. Mixed by DJ Tiger 

The Native Tongues is a collective of late 1980s and early 1990s hip-hop artists known for their positive Afrocentric lyrics, and for pioneering the use of eclectic sampling and later jazz-influenced beats.  Its principal members are the Jungle BrothersDe La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest. The collective is also closely tied to the Universal Zulu Nation.


Friday, March 28, 2014

Meeting Rakim At SOB's; Was Rakim the Dj scratching on the Album Paid In Full?


Rakim at SOBs-OffTheCorner_net
        Shout out to my Homie Danny Vega for the pic
 
In a every person's lifetime we get to witness greatness. We get to witness an Emcee who has that special niche about them. Someone who is far ahead of our time that when you listen to their lyrics 28 years later, the feeling you get brings you back to the time they first blew you away. For me that emcee was and is none other than the God MC, Rakim. His contribution to Hip Hop culture is cemented in legacy as one of the best if not the best Emcee ever. I got to witness greatness last night at SOB's in NYC. First off I'd like to point out that the night did not start off good for me, because as a dj you are supposed to know your crowd, and of course the crowd in attendance had to be at least 80% of 30 and older. The ones that were around when Rakim slammed the mic down to make sure it's broke. So to have the house dj playing songs from Lil Wayne, Drake, and some other rap radio commercial trap laced music was down right disrespectful if you ask me. This dj should have been dropping gems from A Tribe Called Quest, to Run DMC, to Sugarhill Gang and kept it in the era of what the crowd would have been going crazy for. I had to get that blast out because not only do we hear this music 24/7 on these so called NY Hip Hop radio stations, but to play it in front of the crowd waiting to see Rakim was ridiculous.

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