Still waiting for someone to tell me a better record that dropped this year…
Apologies for the week long delay for SNSS #336, but some things came up last week (namely, my baller trip to Los Angeles to see Frank Ocean! *notsohumblebrag*). Here’s the show though, complete with new music from Pac Div, ASAP Rocky, Asher Roth, Jhene Aiko, The Away Team, Drake, Wale, and more. Plus, we were joined in studio by local artist Props, who has a real dope track we’ve been playing featuring Wale and produced by Vitamin D.
Check out the show here!
Show #336 (11-13-11)
- Pac Div – “Posted”
- ASAP Rocky – “Peso”
- Danny Brown – “Pac Blood”
- Don Trip ft. Cee Lo Green – “Letter To My Son (Remix)”
- Roc Marciano – “Emeralds”
- Planet Asia ft. Tri-State – “Gold Kufis”
- MED – “Too Late”
- Heavy D ft. Kool G Rap, Grand Puba, CL Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Pete Rock, & Q-Tip – “Don’t Curse” (Throwback of the Week)
- DJ Quik – “Heavy Mr. Big Stuff”
- Wale ft. Kid Cudi – “Focused”
- **INTERVIEW WITH PROPS, PT. 1**
- Props ft. Wale – “Grindin’ To Eat” (Local Music)
- J. Cole – “Sideline Story”
- **INTERVIEW WITH PROPS, PT. 2**
- Th3rdz – “Rap Rap” (Local Music)
- Asher Roth – “Common Knowledge”
- Freddie Gibbs ft. Dom Kennedy – “Menace II Society”
- Jhene Aiko ft. Casey Veggies – “In Love We Trust”
- Amy Winehouse ft. Nas – “Like Smoke”
- Goapele – “Break Of Dawn”
- Drake ft. The Weeknd – “Crew Love”
- Gazmo ft. Bruce Leroy – “Stuupid” (Local Music)
- The Away Team – “Scars & Stripes”
Link to download the mp3 of the show – http://www.mediafire.com/?srccsc4fcmv434y
(back up / streaming link – http://hulkshare.com/i8llcg3162dt)
(2nd back up – http://www.zshare.net/audio/96445050118ae549/)
If there are any problems with the links or if you’d like to be added to our weekly email list to receive the playlist and download links after every show, just shoot me an email, DJHyphen@gmail.com.
Heavy D, Kool G Rap, Grand Puba, CL Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Pete Rock, and Q-Tip – Don’t Curse (video)Posted in Artists, Music Videos, Throwbacks on November 8th, 2011 by Hyphen
RIP Heavy D! I never met Heav, but from all accounts, he was an incredibly positive and amazing person. He was a classic hip-hop icon that could span all sub-genres of the culture to get love from everyone. Don’t just remember the uptempo pop songs and dance moves…dude could rhyme.
He’ll be missed in this industry and worldwide.