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Here's some more! A little present from me to you on Valentines Day! Soul music at it's best, from the old to the new;recorded live on redfm about 6 or 7 years ago i guess Enjoy!

Groovy Kind Of Love Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles
What You Won't Do For Love Bobby Caldwell
I'm Gonna Win Your Love Curtis Mayfield
Give Me Your Love Barbara Mason
Flowers Dudley Perkins
Love Sick Extended Mix 12" Gang Starr
Trying To Make A Fool Of Me The Delfonics
One Step Ahead Aretha Franklin
Help Yourself Amy Winehouse
I Only Have Eyes For You The Flamingos
Come To Me Otis Redding
I'd Rather Go Blind Etta James
Break Up to Make Up The Stylistics
By Your Side (Neptunes remix) Sade
Honey Dove Lee Fields And The Expressions
Prove My Love To You The Main Ingredient
You Don't Know My Name Alicia Keys
Sitting In The Park Billy Stewart
Shine Blockas Big Boi ft. Gucci Mane
Fall In Love Again (Reggae Mix) Miss Dynamite
Give Me Some More Of Your Loving Slim Smith
Good Girl Ed Nangle
Love Fever Cobra
Fever Horace Andy J
ust Ain't Gonna Work Out Mayer Hawthorne
Lil' Hand Fish Go Deep Feat. Tracey K.
Just Like That Zhané
Super Duper Love Sugar Billy
We Must Be in Love The Impressions
Love Featuring Pharoahe Monch J Dilla
Promise In Love (feat. Jose James) DJ MITSU THE BEATS
Love Love Love Donny Hathaway
The Tracks Of My Tears Smokey Robinson & The Miracles
High & Dry Feat. Bilal Pete Kuzma
Slow Love Prince
Lovers & Friends (feat Usher & Ludacris) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz
Slow Jamz Twista ft Kanye West & Jamie Foxx
If I Should Die Tonight Marvin Gaye
Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do) Aretha Franklin


Part one of the mix originally recorded for a Valentines Special at one of my Rewind nights in the Bodega in cork. It must have been about 2003/4. Laidback soul, r&b and reggae is the on the menu for a very chilled mix perfect for late nights (and perfect for lovin' too, but don't come crying to me if it doesn't work!)

Stevie G-Intro
Don Blackman-Holding you, Loving you
Eddie Kendricks-Intimate Friends
Syl Johnson-Could it be I'm falling in Love
Teddy Pendergass-Love TKO
Bob Marley-Waiting in Vain
Yami Bolo-When a mans in Love
Yellowman/Purpleman- My Girlfriend
Lauryn Hill-The Sweetest Thing
Bobby Digital-Love Jones
Brighter Side of Darkness-Love Jones
Marvin Gaye-Please Stay (don't go away)
Minnie Riperton-Baby this love i have
DeBarge-Stay with Me
Abstract Truth-We had a thing
Bootsy Collins-I'd rather be with you
Ethel Beatty-It's your love
Roy Ayers-Searchin'
Erykah Badu-Sometimes
Michael Jackson-We're almost there
Stephanie Mills-Something in the way you make me feel
Al Green-Look what ya done to Me
Musiq Soulchild-Newness
Angela Winbush-Treat U Rite
Stevie Wonder-As
Aretha Franklin-I say a Little Prayer


The morning after J Dilla passed away in 2006, I grabbed as many of his records as I could find and quickly rushed together a live mix for my radio show. Many of these artists he worked with, such as Waajeed, Sa-Ra and Spacek, have also gone under the radar, but Dilla knew best. Words can’t even begin to describe the scope and importance of his sound, and his influence looms larger than ever. I can’t even imagine what he would have went on to do. There are some great Dilla mixes these days from people like J Rocc, who were an authority on his work, so i’ve never tried to do a more complete effort since. I listen back to this one every so often and it’s got a certain charm, even though I could only find a certain amount of his records, and many more had yet to be released. I hope you enjoy it and if you don’t know about Jay Dee aka J Dilla, there’s no better time to start learning! He was the greatest ever hip-hop producer as far as I’m concerned.

ay Dee/Dilla Tribute Mix February 11th 2006 Black on Red
A Tribe Called Quest feat Jay Dee-That Shit
Jaylib-The Message
Slum Village-I Don't Know
Slum Village-Playerz
A Tribe Called Quest-Find A Way
Que Dee-Rock Box
The Pharcyde-Y
The Pharcyde-Runnin
Q Tip-Let's Ride
Jaydee-Fuck the Police
Sa-Ra/Jay Dee-Thilla
Wale Ojedide feat Dilla-There's A War Goin On
Jaylib-Champion Sound
Jaylib/Talib Kweli-Raw Shit
Amp Fiddler-I Believe In You (Jaylib Mix)
JayDee/Frank N Dank-Pause
Platinum Pied Pipers-Shotgun (Remix)
J88-Get It Together
Slum Village-/D'Angelo-Tell Me
Nine Yards-Always Find a Way (Jay Dee Mix)
J88-The Look of Love
J88/Slum Village-The Look of Love Part 2
De La Soul-Stakes is High (Remix)
Common, Erykah Badu, Pharrell, Q Tip-Come Close (Remix)
Keith Murray-The Rhyme
A Tribe Called Quest-Wordplay
A Tribe Called Quest-Stressed Out
Slum Village-Climax (Girl Shit)
A Tribe Called Quest-Against the World
Brand New Heavies-Sometimes
Jazzy Jeff feat Slum Village-Are You Ready?
Phife Dawg-Bend Ova
Jay Dee/Frank N Dank-Take Them Clothes Off
Slum Village-Raise It Up
De La Soul-Much More
Jaylib-The Red
Jaylib-The Original
Common-Soul Power
Slum Village-Disco (What's It All About)
Common-It's Your World

Some words on him, from my Evening Echo column

It’s 10 years this week since hip-hop lost arguably it’s most influential producer. J Dilla, originally known as James Yancey or Jay Dee, was barely 30 when he died from a rare blood disease. He was already heralded as a genius by those in the know, but the years following his death have only added to his reputation. A number of important releases at around the time of his death added to his legacy, and 10 years on he is rightly revered by many music fans as one of the best.
I first of heard of Jay Dee in the mid 90s and like many young hip-hop fans i’d been reading about this mysterious young detroit producer who had help shape classics from the Pharcyde, a Tribe Called Quest and De la Soul. All of these tracks were huge for me as a DJ but there was a degree of confusion regarding the input of Jay Dee, as many were credited simply to the Ummah production team, including Q Tip and Ali of A Tribe Called Quest. Subsequently we found that Jay Dee played a pivotal role here, particularly with a massive Grammy winning release by Janet Jackson that sounded identical to his sound.
He may have been largely uncredited, but those in hip-hop became very aware of Jay Dee by the time his group Slum Village came through officially in the late 90’s. Seen as heirs to A Tribe Called Quest, Slum Village arrived at a time when hip-hop was in a bit of turbulence, but their music made a big impact. Jay Dee, soon to be known as J Dilla (to avoid confusion with r&b producer JD), was very prolific in these years but record company politics often disrupted his solo career and great work for the likes of Frank-N-Dank.
Dilla became frustrated and concentrated more on independent music, and even started rapping more . Classics such as “Ruff Draft” and “Champion Sound” with Madlib soon followed, but Dilla soon became ill and he sadly passed away at the time of the release of his incredible “Donuts” exactly 10 years ago this week. “The Shining” and many more posthumous releases followed, but it’s fair to say that it took a lot of people even in hip-hop a couple of more years to appreciate the importance of J Dilla. For someone up there with the Primos of the world, he was largely slept on by many throughout his lifetime, but there’s no danger these days of him being ignored.
Ten years on the world knows about Dilla. His little brother played here last friday, his beat tapes get full releases, various labels still churn out his music and music fans the world over adorn t shirts with his name. The Dilla industry is sometimes getting a little vulgar but there are many people who’s hearts are in the right places too. This Sunday lunchtime at the Quarter Block party myself and Colm K pay homage and mark his birthday at Vinyl Love in Gulpd, and this is just one of a multitude of events happening worldwide, as we celebrate one of the greatest ever. We will be playing his records from 12-4pm free entry.


This was a night that ran in cork for 4 years and mixed dance floor latin and jazz grooves with more contemporary styles of the time. It was another excellent Joe and Denis promotion, with terrific design by John Bite. The legend Paul Murphy was at the helm of the start of the night, while lots of DJ's from the west, such as Ray and Paul plus Aran from Shake, became residents. I was drafted in, initially reluctantly, quite early and became the resident for about 3 years of it, mainly with Aran, who i used dj with at Jazz Juice, playing every latin record i had! I ended up doing a lot of them on my own when he couldn't travel.

At Yo Latino, I used also play a lot of african stuff and other world music with lots of jazz, house, disco, soul, hip-hop etc! I'm playing at a new latin flavoured night soon so It could be a good time to revisit this mix. I've no idea how it sounds but i'm sure the music was good! Expect to hear Sergio Mendes, Pharcyde, Fela Kuti, Marcus Valle, Oneness of Juju, Carl Craig/UFO, US3, Exodus, Ray Baretto, Stevie Wonder, Gil Scott Heron, Young Holt Trio, Eddie Palermi, Nuyorican soul, A Forest mighty black and tons of latin stuff i can't remember the name of right now.


It's a re-up!

Before you walk out of my life (pete rock mix) Monica
You Used To Love Me Faith Evans
Blame It - Dennis Blaze Big Poppa Remix Jamie Foxx ft Notorious B.I.G.
I Like It DeBarge
Remind Me Patrice Rushen
You Remind Me Mary J. Blige
Candy Rain Soul For Real feat Heavy D
Sentimental Deborah Cox
Steelo 702 feat Missy Elliot
Freak like me Adina Howard
Keep it real Jon B ft.Jay z & Coko
You should be mine Brian McKnight ft.Mase
I Don't Wanna Know - Dennis Blaze Bitch Please Remix Mario Winans ft Diddy
Best Of Me - Dennis Blaze OPP Remix Mya ft Jay-Z & Naughty By Nature
Like This - Remix Kelly Rowland
Be Happy - Throwback Remix Mary J. Blige
Changes I've Been Going Through Mary J. Blige
Dream Lover Mariah Carey
Let's Stay Together Guy
Don't be Cruel Bobby Brown
Process Of Elimination Eric Gable
Love Thang Intro
Whatever Ideal
Vibe Zhané
That's What I'm Talkin Bout - Buddy RMX Amerie vs De La Soul
Hypnotic Syleena Johnson
Step In The Name Of Love (Remix) R. Kelly


I went deep on this one. The music legend passed away in 2010.
Here's some words and a mix from about that time

The legend that is Willie Mitchell passed away last Tuesday. He was an amazing musician and producer for over 50 years and even recently he was making great records. Al Green, Ann Peebles, O.V. Wright, Syl Johnson and many more benefited from his unique southern soul sound, and I love his music so much that I've gathered some of my favourites together in a mix that I broadcast on my Black on Red show last Saturday, paying homage to a musical legend. If you like this please go and investigate further his amazing catalogue and delve deeper into the work of these great singers. Some of this music is well known, while much of it is under-rated and under-recognised, despite heavy sampling from the like sof the RZA. It deserves a wider audience. Willie Mitchell R.I.P.

Love And Happiness Al Green
Call me Al Green
Tired Of Being Alone Al Green
i'm still in love with you Al Green
Let's Stay Together Al Green
I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down Ann Peebles
Anyone But You Syl Johnson
All Because Al Green
Come To Mama Ann Peebles
Get Back Baby Al Green
Trying to Live My Life Without You O.V. Wright
You Say It Al Green
you ought to be with me Al Green
I Want to Hold Your Hand Al Green
Let It Shine Al Green
L.o.v.e. Al Green
If I Could Reach Out Otis Clay
I Only Have Love Syl Johnson
Sha-La-La (Make Me Happy) Al Green
Gotta Find a New World Al Green
lets get married Al Green
full of fire Al Green
Take Me to the River Syl Johnson
take me to the river Al Green
Back For A Taste Of Your Love Syl Johnson
Keep Me Cryin' Al Green
Young People Willie Mitchell
Slipped, Tripped And Fell In Love Ann Peebles
That Ain't Right Woman Don Bryant
The Champion Willie Mitchell
That Driving Beat Willie Mitchell/Various
My Babe Willie Mitchell
Groovin' Willie Mitchell
Soul Serenade Willie Mitchell
True Love Al Green
Star Bright Star Lite Syl Johnson
Here I Am (Come And Take Me) Al Green
I've Never Found A Girl Al Green
look what you done for me Al Green
Don't Do It Syl Johnson
Keepin' Down Confusion Syl Johnson
livin for you Al Green
So Good to Be Here Al Green
Nickle And A Nail O.V. Wright
A Long Road O.V. Wright
For The Good Times Al Green
Let's Straighten It Out O.V. Wright
Trouble, Heartaches & Sadness Ann Peebles
I Can't Stand The Rain Ann Peebles
I'm Glad You're Mine Al Green
Strong As Death (Sweet As Love) Al Green
Could I Be Fallin' In Love Syl Johnson
I Can't Get Next to You Al Green
A Little More Time O.V. Wright
How can you mend a broken heart? Al Green


Erykah Badu recently lamented that hip-hop is turning into “Pop Techno Cornball Ass Music”. A cursory listen to a lot of mainstream hip-hop that makes it way to the clubs will have you nodding in agreement. But there was a time when hip-hop and house were happy bedfellows. Hip-hop was faster, house was slower, and they both shared a middle ground with roots in disco. Lots of this music has been whitewashed from the history books. Some of the tunes became hits, some of them remained underground, but it's worth documenting some of this great music from the late 80s and early 90s. I wrote an article about the politics of how hip-house failed back in 2010, which i've posted below. There are many similarities with disco. But in the meantime here is a two pronged mix from about 10 years ago that serves as an introduction. Enjoy. And read the article below if you can

Hip-house volume 1

I'll House You Jungle Brothers
Let's Go-Fast Eddie
Nation Of Hip House Tyree
Hip-House-Fast Eddie Fast Eddie
hip house is a style of music today Tyree
Yo Yo Get Funky Fast Eddie
Turn Up the Bass Tyree feat. Kool Rock Steady
Get Into It-Tony Scott Tony Scott
4 Those Who Like To Groove (Club Groove Remix) twin hype
C'mon N Shake Yer Butts (Mike Dunn's Warehouse Mixx) 2 Young Brothers (Dynamite M.C. & D.J. Devastation)
Come Into My House (Zanzibar Mix) Queen Latifah
Do What You Want 2 In A Room
Let It Roll (Club Mix) Doug Lazy
In the mix-Mixmasters (Fast Eddie mix) Mixmasters
In the mix-Mixmasters (Vocal) Mixmasters
Work On Me Frankie Hollywood Rodriguez
Do It Robert Bond
It's About Time (Boogie Man Mix) Mix Masters & MC Action
I'll Make You Dance Kool Rock Steady
Hardcore Hip House Tyree
Let the Music Take Control Tyree
Get Busy Mr. Lee
I Git Minze Too Nice
Let d Ryhthm Pump-Doug Lazy Doug Lazy
Portrait of a Master Piece The D.O.C.
Portrait of a Masterpiece Remix-Doc The D.O.C.
Is there anybody out there?- The Bassheads with Afrika Bambattaa

Hip-house volume 2
Soul Man Kid 'N Play
A Roller Skating Jam Named 'Saturdays' [Dave's Home Mix] De La Soul
(I Wanna Give You) Devotion (O Nomad
Lost in Music Stereo MC's
Treat me right-Chubb Rock Chubb Rock
It Takes Two Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
Must be the Music-King Bee King Bee
Dangerous D.J. Mix 2 Young Brothers (Dynamite M.C. & D.J. Pumpin' Pete)
Get On The Dance Floor Rob Base & D.J. E-Z Rock
Gonna make ya sweat C & C Music Factory
Here We Go (The Cliviles Cole Rockin' In 91 Mix) C & C Music Factory
Do It To The Crowd Twin Hype
Ain't it Good to You MC Shan
I Know You Want It (dance) Tony Scott
Get On The Move (Hip House Dub) Maude feat. Master Freeze
Hip-hop Chris Cuevas
2 In A Room - Wiggle It 2 In A Room
Club Scene Special Ed
H.O.U.S.E. doug lazy
It's Gotta Be Funky (Original Vocal Mixx) Renegades
Doo Doo Brown 2 Hyped Brothers & A Dog
KC Filght KC Flightt
Work Your Body Fast Eddie
Most Wanted Fast Eddie
Ain't No Stoppin' Hip House Kool Rock Steady & Sundance
Message In My Music Tyree
Git On Up (The Julian "Jumpin" Perez Mix) Fast Eddie
Total Confusion Homeboy Hippie & A Funky Dread
We Call It Acieed D-Mob
The New Anthem (Funky Budda Mix) Reel 2 Real
Migration of the Party People Rebirth
We Got The Funk (Hurleys House Mix) (Joey Negro Edit) 2 Raw
Come Get It Julian Jumpin Perez
Move Your Body Tyree feat. J.M.D
Murder Rap CZR
How Low Can You Touch Me Mix Masters featuring Andrea
Ain't We Funky Now Julian Jumpin' Perez feat. Kool Rock Steady
Pump Up The Jam Technotronic
Hi Tek 3 - Spin That Wheel
Yolanda and Kool Rock Steady Reality
Just Keep Rockin Double Trouble
5,6,7,8 Shut Up and Dance
Let's Get Hyped Kool Rock Steady
Dig This KA Posse
Knock u out-Tyree Cooper Mix Kool Rock Steady
Shake KA Posse
Hear the Music Todd Terry

From 2010 > Ana article I wrote on hip-house

It is interesting to look at the pop charts in the last couple of years and see how house and electro music has become so popular among the mainstream. Never ones to miss a beat, many of the higher profile hip-hop and r&b artists have jumped on the bandwagon too and the tempos of many of the biggest hits are quite high these days. This makes sense, particularly as dance-floors are easier to fill with more uptempo music, and with some of the best producers in pop music being from an r&b and hip-hop background, there is no shortage of armour in these chart assaults.

Will I Am, Timbaland, the Neptunes and many more have always been at the forefront of taste-making in the charts these last few years, and all continue to enjoy huge success. We have been there before though, and about twenty years ago both the charts and the nightclubs were awash with hip-house music that briefly became the next big trend. Commercial acts such as Technotronic, the Beatmasters, the excellent C&C Music Factory and lots of other acts enjoyed huge hits while underground obscure producers such as Fast Eddie, Tyree Cooper, Kool Rock Steady and Doug Lazy were very popular in the clubs. Many of these names soon disappeared from view and it's interesting to see what happened since. Even the commercially successful ones fell by the wayside in many ways, and it's no suprise seeing as there was a certain novelty element to the music in the first place.

It is a shame in some ways though that a few of these guys are not recognised, especially in light of the fact that they some of the music stands up favourably against the more popular modern day releases. The new Black Eyed Peas single, "Rock your body", uses a sample from Rob Base and EZ Rocks "It Takes Two" as it's backbone, but is still an inferior tune. The original, itself based one the James Brown produced Lyn Collins classic "Think", remains a big club track even in 2010 but at least the Black Eyed Peas are helping people to hear one or two of these old tracks.

Tyree Cooper tells a very interesting tale about the politics of hip-house. The Chicago producer and rapper now lives in Berlin, where he is still active in music. At one stage, after becoming disillusioned like many hip-hop and house artists of his era with a music industry that never rewarded him properly for record sales, Tyree had retired and ended up delivering pizzas rather than hot 12 inches of hip-house wax to the general public. In a story that in many ways echoes the fall of disco, Tyree tells of how many of the hip-hop fraternity in the late 80's initially distanced themselves from himself and the other producers and rappers who embraced house.

It was dismissed as "gay dance music" by a macho hip-hop scene who ironically ended up jumping on it's bandwagon in some ways when it became successful. The origins of house music in gay clubs was a bridge to far for a few rappers, and just like with the backlash against disco ten years previously, when hip-house went out of fashion there was a degree of homophobia involved. Tyree reminds us that Chicago was just as tough as many of the other cities that spawned hip-hop; "You don't know that shit was born and bred in Chicago on the South and Westside. Just as hard as y'all think y'all are, MFs in Chicago is just as hard." But in a macho hip-hop world the association with house, which ironically gave some of this music it's edge, was seen as a bad thing. Tyree and Fast Eddie and the others may be forgotten, but the music still sounds good to my ears regardless of petty narrow-minded politics and as a DJ i'll be doing my best to resurrect some interest in these pioneering sounds!


A reggae set I played before Cian Finn for the cork leg of his album launch in Minus in December. Everything from roots and lovers to dancehall and dub vibes, with a touch of soul and even hip-hop. Check out his excellent "This Applies" album, featuring production from Prince Fatty. There's some great remixes coming soon

Thank You For The Many Things You've Done Cassandra
Jazmine sullivan-need u bad (reggae mix)
Man In The Hills Burning Spear
Declaration Of Rights The Abyssinians
Blow Mr Hornsman Blow U Brown
Take Five King Tubby
Throw Me Corn Brentford All-Stars
Hotter Fire Big Youth
Ain't No Sunshine Ken Boothe fabolous Jaheim
everybody-anthony hamiton (reggae) Anthony Hamilton
Original Conroy Smith
Rub-A-Dub Sound (Rub A Dub) Sugar Minott
Soon Forward Dub Sly & Robbie
Jordan River Burning Spear
Wreck A Buddy The Soul Sisters
Woman's Dub Lee "Scratch" Perry
Night Nurse (10" Mix) Gregory Isaacs
Ghost Town The Specials
World A Music Ini Kamoze
World of Jamrock Daddy G superior Gentleman
Milk And Honey F. Holly Cook Prince Fatty
Freak Out Jackie Mittoo
My Converstaion Slim Smith & The Uniques
Hey Young World Slick Rick
...And Again Roots Manuva
Again & Again Roots Manuva
Helo Y'all Shinehead
Winding Skill Reggie Stepper & Super Beagle
foundation from birth Louie Culture
Here I Come Barrington Levy
RC-Can't bridge my defence RC
Chronixx-play some roots Chronixx
Where I Come From
Get Free (Original Mix) Major Lazer
Borders M.I.A.
Tight It Tight Jack-a-diamond
Me and my crew ALOZADE
Bellyas Mad Cobra
Jamie XX I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (Dre Skull Remix)
test me nuh South Rakkas
Walk And Skank Jah Screechy
Nice Up The Dance Michigan & Smiley
Feel Like Jumpin Marcia Griffiths
Play De Music Tinga Stewart
ING Mungo's Hi Fi


Sweat at Sir Henrys was an iconic night in Cork and beyond. Since it's inception in the late 80's it became a very influential and pioneering club through residents Greg and Shane, who are probably better known worldwide these days as FishgoDeep. They are still doing it too with their go deep night but Sweat is where it all began. As a teenager I grew up listening to them mixing house and even some hip-hop in the main room, but the back room soon became a regular haunt for me too.

DJ's such as Donkeyman , Fork and Gina Johnson played soul, hip-hop, funk and reggae down there, and I soon became resident myself in 1993 as only a young fella. I had 8 years of amazing nights and was saturday resident from 94 until we left in 2001. Henrys remained open for another couple of years but it's main night were gone and it's closure soon followed. Over that time It was a great place to break new music week in week out, aswell as old classics by the likes of the Gap Band, Marvin Gaye, Keni Burke and many more. Some of corks younger djs at the time also played there as warm up (such as Colm K, who did the warm up this night, plus djs who still work around cork like Ross Curley and another really young dj, Susie K, who did the teen events a lot). We also had some great guests (Mark Rae, Aim, Firing squad etc) and I also did a drum n'bass residency with Alan o'Keeffe called free la funk.

Anyway, this was the last time i ever set foot in the building. We decided beforehand that this would be our last night so it was classics all the way. I don't think this has ever been heard by anyone before, so enjoy!

This was a special night.


From the vaults
Another mix from back in the day! Must do a new version soon. Enjoy

What it says on the tin really, two of my favourite styles combined on one mix! (plus a tribute to the late great Alton Ellis at the end)

Helo Y'all Shinehead Hotter This Year Ini Kamoze Rock And Comeen Lady Apache D&D Soundclash Afu-Ra Ring The Alarm Fu-Schnickens Ring The Alarm Tenor Saw When a Man In Love Yami Bolo Bam Bam Sister Nancy The Basement Pete Rock & CL Smooth MC Iz My Ambition (Instrumental) Diamond D MC Iz My Ambition (featuring Don Barron) The Diamonds Longevity (Main) J-Live The Very First Time Poor Righteous Teachers Double Trouble Mad Lion Ganga Lee Louie Culture Informa Fe Dead Born Jamericans The Bridge Is Over Boogie Down Productions Hippitti Hippitti Hop Papa San Typewriter Louie Rankin Supa (Hip Hop Mix) Kenny Dope Don Dada Supercat Drumpandsound Reggie Stepper Kimbo King Reggie Stepper Racamuffin Hip Hop Feat. Asher D Daddy Freddy Black Star Line Brand Nubian No Guns No Murder Rayvon Hop Scotch Bajja Jedd Let's Do It in the Dancehall [TNT Hip Hop mix] Jamal-Ski The Jam Shabba Ranks Love Woman So Mad Lion Texas Rumpus Jamal-Ski Tings Change Warrior Queen & The Heatwave Money Mad London Posse The Magnificent-Special Ed 1 the magnificent Estelle I Left My Wallet In El Segundo (Vampire Mix) A Tribe Called Quest Ludi Dream Warriors I'm Still In Love With You Alton Ellis


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