Sunday, 15 April 2018

Funkmaster Flex live at The Temple (1999)



Flex live at The Temple (formerly Club UN) for one of Westwood's parties. Loving the crowd reaction when he drops Money, Power, Respect.



Intro
Crooklyn Clan - The Franklinz
Notorious BIG - One More Chance (Hip Hop mix)
Notorious BIG - One More Chance (Stay With Me)
Cam'ron & DMX - Pull It
Eminem - My Name Is
Junior Mafia - Get Money
Wu Tang Clan - Itz Yourz
Wu Tang Clan - Triumph
Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz - Deja Vu (Uptown Baby)
The LOX - Money Power Respect
Rampage ft Busta Rhymes - Wild For Da Night
LL Cool J - Doin It
Ol Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
TLC - No Scrubs
Sporty Thievez - No Pigeons
Total ft Notorious BIG - Can't You See
Mary J Blige - Everyday It Rains
Faith Evans - Love Like This
Mary J Blige - Real Love (remix)
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones pt 2
Mobb Deep - Quiet Storm
Masters At Work - Get Up

Sunday, 8 April 2018

KRS One - Future Flavas on Hot 97 (1994)



Before Pete Rock and Marley Marl made the Future Flavas show famous, it was hosted by KRS One (yeah I thought that was a bit weird too). Here's 40 minutes from a tape Tobes gave me a while back. Method Man, Bootcamp Click, Keith Murray, Death Camp and Mad Lion all feature.

Saturday, 7 April 2018

Funkmaster Flex & Cam'ron on Hot 97 (2002)



KFC on Hot 97 around the time Come Home With Me dropped. Baby phones in to the station for a bit of a love-in and we get a couple of Dipset mixtape joints (the Guess Who's Back and Show you freestyles) and the Oh Boy/Oh Girl remix which was never all that but by all accounts still better than the shelved mix that Jay Z did a verse for.


Friday, 6 April 2018

Beanie Sigel live in NYC (2002)



The Broad Street Bully live on stage in New York. Bit shouty but that's rap concerts for you. This also carries on the great hip hop tradition of the hype man's mic being louder than the main artist at times.

Monday, 2 April 2018

G Dep - Hit Em High (2001)



Just found this unreleased G Dep track tucked away on a Crib Underground 12". Nothing mind blowing but a solid enough effort that should interest any fans of early 00s Bad Boy material. I think it might be produced by Clark Kent. A brief search throws up appearance on a couple of mixtapes by Clue and PF Cuttin, and a MySpace page, which seems like something from another lifetime. Annoyingly, Audiomack seems to have done away with it's download feature so here's a Mediafire link.

I've dropped a few more Westwood shows on the archive in the last couple of days.

18th January 2002 with Tom Silverman

9th June 2000 (no guest)

4th June 1999 with Roots Manuva & DJ MK

plus I've also reposted shows that other people have uploaded, including some old Capital Rap Shows

Sunday, 25 March 2018