These mixes are from back in the day? It’s cool that someone kept the tapes on these. Nothing beats two turntables and a mic.
You had to bring your ghetto blaster and record live to get this shit. Pure and uncut. The dope shit from a GrandMaster. I'm it's illest form. Original flavor. No additives.
Still sounds amazing in 2019, he is amazing.
Off your ass not horse 😂😂😂
Song at 4:28? Does anyone know it?
As good as it gets – and the West Street Mob Beat.Percussion Sample takes it to the climax….
Song at 4:21
Wow I wish I can go back to the jams in the park
The Darth Vader of the slide fader.
Bac in 77 / 78 i rocd tha mic once @ ( 52 pk ) , with tha ' SOUTH BRONX CREW , jason aka "Skate Master " was on the WOS. lil rush' nellie nel " ralphy" etc. Jus to name a few . I was jus 15 YRS OLD . a dance crew called " la"spank" went on tour in LA , 'shout out to all the members tho !" when they came bac , they was doin this nu dance called " pop lockin " NOBODY ! NOWHERE ! in nyc was lockin at the time. (FACTS) ! cause i was in them streets . they showed me , n that day in 52 pk / afta i got off the mic. , i helped introduced. SOUTH BRONX to poppin ! Killed it . the pk was packed n all eyes was on me If anybody out there remember that day. Email me @ [email protected]gmail.com . i still roc mic's mk my own joints , ! long live the real " HIP HOP " PEACE !
what beat is at 4:20
Only one thing: "Wow"
This is the music from the boom box era when music was strictly vinyl mixed to cassettes. I still have boxes of them in my collection.
Hype New York City Hip Hop 4:18 —-6:28, 11:46 —–13:38……..
Man….I'm disappointed…..How did I miss this when I was smoking weed…this the shot!
1:53 where is this from. I can't get enough of that drop, it's too fucking good!
Those were the good old days I wish they would come back
One Of The Greats.
true smooth cuts and blends…on WAX…true old school
What the name of the song at 2:57 can't remember it and I used to kill it back in the day
The man who showed me the way #Salute
tonight in antwerp!!
bring back good memories…..
st . Albans park jam queens n.y.
i would love to see his record collecton i wish he would do a video about his record collection he's a true master of the breaks alot of these breaks you don't hear that much
I was born in 1980 so I mixed this era. I came in around 1985 with Chinese arithmetic on eric b and rakim album. incidentally, it was my favorite song
whats the beat at 1:35
Flash rocked the 70s
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