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Music to Shred to: Got my mind made up – Shabaam Sahdeeq

30 March 2011, 00.07 | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 comment »

Yep, shred season still going strong out here in the Northeast. Thanks to the snows gods that puked on us this winter. Thanks to the millions of dollars in snow gun technology, and thanks to all the countless amounts of music droppin all winter to shred to. Today I highlight Shabaam Sahdeeq, a Emcee that has been getting me pumped up to shred once he comes on in the ipod. Production by ALTERBEATS. good job Bamm!

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Day Smith at Chelsea Piers

14 March 2011, 20.35 | Posted in Uncategorized | No comments »

The homie Day Smith getting it in over at Chelsea Piers NYC. Props to the team over at Verticle Xscape for the footy!


Music to Shred to: Hood 2 – Sha Stimuli, Sheek Louch and Joe Budden

14 March 2011, 20.26 | Posted in Uncategorized | No comments »

Sha Stimuli, Sheek Louch and Joe Budden reporting live from the hood.

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Music to Shred to: “LOOK OUT FOR DETOX” – Kendrick Lamar

10 March 2011, 01.55 | Posted in Uncategorized | No comments »

Kendrick lamar got some heat! I can shred to this for sure. Compton!

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Notorious B.I.G

09 March 2011, 19.46 | Posted in Uncategorized | No comments »

March 9th is one of the saddest days in Hip Hop. We lost our Bed-Stuy brethren Christopher Wallace aka Notorious BIG. I’ll never forget that day. I couldn’t believe it. All the time BIG referred to death in his rhymes. Coming off the streets of Bed-Stuy is hard enough, but to make it out the hood and rise to the top of the Hip Hop charts and get gunned down in your prime is truly sad. I always think abouts Big’s mother Ms. Wallace. She had to bury her only son and then live on knowing his killers are still out there free. A botched investigation by the LAPD and rumors saying it came from the Death Row records camp all became part of a downward spiral and a empty spot on our hearts. Every time I bump Biggie in my ipod walking down Malcolm X Boulevard in Bed-Stuy, I feel as if I’m on a real hood walking tour. The music is real and so are the people in Bed-Stuy. Today I’m dedicating my Radcollector post to a Hip Hop legend.


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Pharoahe Monch – “Clap (one day)”

08 March 2011, 23.25 | Posted in Uncategorized | No comments »

Pharoahe Monch Claps back for the people! filmed on location in Brooklyn. check it out.

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