Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Video : Ruste Juxx - Sucka Free feat. U.G - 2019




Ruste Juxx & Tone Spliff recently dropped the video for "Sucka Free" featuring U.G. of Cella Dwellas, from their new project titled "Magma"





Bushwick Clique - Confidential Facts (The Green Ambush Edition) - 2019



LP - 2019 - Smoke On Records  


A1 - Pressure 
A2 - Hellhole 
A3 - Street Warz and Scarz 
A4 - Skillful Individualz
B1 - Pass Judgement 
B2 - Hellhole part 2 
B3 - J- Sill's Joint







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Microphone Check : Rising In The East - Blahzay Blahzay


From The Source - March 1996 - Scans courtesy of Frederic Thecle 







Grown Man Rap Show - Episode 238 - Birthday Tribute to Dennis Coffey





Hosted by veteran DJ Toast and broadcast live every Sunday night 10pm-12 midnight (ET) from 91.5 WRPI (Troy/Albany NY), Toast brings you 2 hours of the best in vintage & contemporary true school Hip Hop.
This is Episode 238 - Birthday Tribute to Dennis Coffey - DJ Toast - originally aired on November 10, 2019






Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band “Getting It On” (1970)
Ed O.G. & Da Bulldogs “Dat Ain’t Right” (1993)
Natives in Black “Walk Thru the Ghetto” (1994)
Public Enemy “You’re Gonna Get Yours” (1987)
Public Enemy “You’re Gonna Get Yours (Scratch Remix)” (1987)
Young Black Teenagers “Loud & Hard to Hit” (1991)
Kid ‘N’ Play “Can You Dig It” (1988)
Everlast “Fuck Everyone” (1990)
Young MC “Bust a Move” (1989)
Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band “Scorpio” (1971)
LL Cool J “Jingling Baby” (1989)
LL Cool J “Jingling Baby (Remixed But Still Jingling)” (1990)
Lord Finesse & DJ Mike Smooth f. A.G. “Keep It Flowing” (1990)
Queen Latifah f. De La Soul “Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children” (1989)
Tuff Crew “Open Field Attack” (1988)
Antoinette “Go for What You Know” (1989)
PHD “Without Warning” (1991)
Geto Boys “Do It Like a G.O.” (1989)
House of Pain “All My Love” (1992)
Dennis Coffey “Theme from Black Belt Jones” (1974)
Lakim Shabazz “Sample the Dope Noise” (1988)
Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band “Whole Lot of Love” (1971)
45 King “The Freestyle” (1988)
Diamond D “No Wundah (The Projects)” (1997)
Black Moon “Murder MC’s” (B Side Vocals)” (1993)
Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band “Son of Scorpio” (1972)
King Sun “All In” (1989)
Eric B & Rakim “Put Your Hands Together” (1988)
Paris “Make Way for a Panther” (1992)
Ultramagnetic MC’s “Ain’t It Good to You” (1988)
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo “Wanted Dead or Alive” (1990)
Tuff Crew “What, You Don’t Know” (1989)
Ultramagnetic MC’s “Kool Keith Housing Things” (1988)
Dennis Coffey and the Detroit Guitar Band “Ride Sally Ride” (1972)
Supreme NYBorn “What If I Was Serious?” (1991)
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo “Cold Cuts” (1989)
Black Rock & Ron “Stop the World” (1989)
Ultramagnetic MC’s “Feelin’ It” (1988)
LL Cool J “Big Ole Butt” (1989)




F.F.B - Cosmos LP - 2019


LP - 2019 - KADV! 



f.f.b's last album titled "Cosmos" which was originally released on tape earlier this year on the Russian label Kick A Dope Verse! will be available soon on vinyl via Qrates... feel free to help this crowdfunding project !







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Monday, November 11, 2019

Mobb Deep in Elements Magazine - 1996




From Elements - Issue #8 - Winter 1996 - Scans courtesy of UBC 



X-Military Featuring Mike C ‎- Mind Blow / Slippin' - 1996


12" - 1996 - One Life Records 





Let's talk about X-Military, a hip-hop group which was founded in Oahu Hawaii shortly after the Gulf War. X-Military was comprised of Keith Wallace (Wally-D) and Cedric Mason (Ceddy-C), Mike Chesser (Mike C), Burtom Astrum (BA) and Big T, all members of the armed forces. 





In 1996, they dropped their first and only one 12" on One Life Records, composed of two tracks titled "Mind Blow" and "Slippin'" produced by Mike C. Both tracks were also released on Cassette and on CDr format. 







Wally-D : "We all are from different cities. I'm from Indianapolis, Ced is from New York, and Mike is from Chicago. BA and Big T were Body Guards, but not sure where they were from...
The connection happened while we were in Hawaii. Mike C was in a production group called M&M Soundtrax's with his partner Myke Booker (Casen). I met Booker while visiting Kaneoa Marine Base. We began recording at our studio on Hickam AFB. Ced and I were about to separate from the military, so we decided to form X-Military and produce some hip-hop music.
X-Military performed all throughout Hawaii; at local clubs, military bases, outside park and beach venue's, eventually performing as the opening act for Teddy Riley at the Blasedale Arena, the biggest venue on the island of Oahu at the time.

Mike was then transferred to his second duty assignment in Hampton Virginia, and Me and Ced soon followed. This is where One Life Records was formed. The Founders of One Life Records were Mike Chesser, Keith Wallace, Cedric Mason, Kirk Lewis, Ray Paige, Adam Gibbs and Joey Cypress."



Wally-D : "We distributed approximately 1,000 copies of "Mind Blow / Slippin'". We produced a compilation album soon after that featuring X-Military and a host of local artists. We traveled throughout the east coast performing in Philly, Atlanta, Florida and even New York's Apollo theatre.

Soon after returning from a tour in Florida, Kirk decided to move to Arizona. Mike C and Adam moved to Maryland and later formed the production team of the Platinum Brothers. This new production team worked with several major artists such as Bone-Thugs-N-Harmony, J-Lo, Keith Sweat, and was even nominated for a Grammy with the RnB artist J. Holiday. I moved back to Indianapolis to open a commercial recording studio in Downtown Metropolitan area called Skrewface Entertainment. There I would work with artists such as Hit Skrewface, Mike Epps, Freddie Gibbs, Young Plat and JT the Jugganaut. Ced decided to take his talents to Australia and become an independent artist named Keelo. Ray now owns several apparel and ethnic beauty stores throughout Williamsburg VA, and Joey has a commercial studio in Hampton VA. We all still stay connected through multiple social media platforms and continue to produce timeless music."


Mad Props to Keith Wallace aka Wally-D

MC Sickness - Kool Keith





From The Source - March 1996 - Scan courtesy of Frederic Thecle