Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Hip Hop Slam TV Vol 6,7 & 8 - 1993

Here are 3 volumes of the Forgotten Bay Area Hip-Hop television series "Hip Hop Slam TV" which broadcasted on various Bay Area TV stations in 1993. 
Mad Props to the "This is For The Hustlers" Blog !

KRS-ONE - Interview and Freestyle 
KRS-ONE + Turntable T + Pam the Funkstress
Dan-I-Spencer - Interview and Reggae Freestyle
Erick Sermon - Interview and Getting Busy on the Turns
Turntable T + Pam & Boots (of The Coup) 
Jamalski + DJ Frankie Stylee - Interview and Freestyle
Paris - “Days of Old”
Del - “Dr. Bombay”
Digital Underground - “Doowutchyalike (PartyHowYouLike mix)”


Mad Flava - Interview and Freestyle + “Feel tha Flava (Remix)”
Mike DREAM - Interview with Malinda Bell (c/o Debonair Affair)
E-Dawg - Interview and Freestyle + "Drop Top"
Jazz Lee Alston - Interview and Spoken Word
"Finding a boyfriend for Pam the Funkstress" 
Too Short - “I'm a Player”
Ice Cube - “Wicked”
The Coup - “Funk (Remix)”
Black Moon - “How Many Emcees?”
Nemesis - “Cantfiguritout”
Ultramagnetic MC's - “Raise It Up”
YZ - “The Ghetto's Been Good To Me”
Diamond D - “Fuck What U Heard?


Leaders of the New School (L.O.N.S.) - Interview
Too $hort - Interview
Spice-1 - Interview
DJ Apollo - Turntable Performance + Interview
E-40 - "Practice Lookin Hard"
RBL Posse - "Don't Gimme No Bammer"
L.O.N.S. - "What's Next?!"
Spice-1 - "In My Neighborhood", "Trigga Gots No Heart", "187 Proof", & "East Bay Gangsta"


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