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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Ultimate Breaks and Beats The Complete Collection Zip with free T-Shirt

Ultimate Breaks and Beats The Complete Collection with free T-Shirt

Ultimate Breaks and Beats (UBB) is a series of 25 compilation albums released from 1986 to 1991 by Street Beat Records edited by louis "Breakbeat Lou" Flores. Featured on the albums were tracks from 1966 to 1984 that include drum breaksThe albums found high popularity with hip hop producers, with the release of a new volume in the series usually leading to many various hip hop records featuring samples of the breaks. Purchase this and you will receive a free Ultimate Breaks and Beats Tee, please specify size (S, M, L, XL). Extra shipping cost for 2XL and up.
The downloadable Zip file can be purchased here:

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Includes all 25 volumes of "Ultimate Breaks & Beats" (UBB), with a new bonus vol #26  featuring 181 tracks 

Friday, April 4, 2014

CHUCK D OF PUBLIC ENEMY SPEAKS AT THE MISSOURI THEATRE ABOUT HIP HOP AS 'HIGH ART'


CHUCK D-PUBLIC ENEMY-SPEAKS AT MISSOURI THEATRE

Photo by Benita Brown

The co-founder of Public Enemy, one of the most influential Hip Hop groups ever from Long Island was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Chuck D spoke Tuesday night at the Missouri Theatre and touched upon "Race, Rap and Reality." Here's an excerpt of his speech:
 

"I always thought you could be beyond the music; especially as a former college student, I understood the quest for learning about what music can do. Rap culture changes every year and has for decades. The difference between rap music now and rap in the 1980s when he first started is "the teaching of it hasn't been thorough." People think they know what rap and hip-hop are but don't understand the historical context of blacks expressing themselves through music. Their only option in pre-Civil War America, when most were slaves. That music lives on through hip-hop. Rap and hip-hop can be considered high art. For the longest period of time, hip-hop has been my religion, and rap is my military."


CHUCK D OF PUBLIC ENEMY-SPEAKS AT MISSOURI THEATRE

 
“If you don’t know the original meaning of hip hop, how can you call it hip hop?” - Chuck D

and -

“The silence of intelligence in pop culture is more damaging than the loudening of ignorance” - Chuck D

- See more at: VOX Magazine

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

DJTIGER - IN THE BASEMENT OF FULLBLAST RADIO LIVE PART 1 OF 2


This is a test for the upcoming 24/7 Hip Hop station Fullblast Radio ft DjTiger and Djgumba, Keith Murray's Official Dj, you can check out
                                            the site HERE.                                    

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