Long Live Tall Sean!
Long Live Tall Sean!
Congrats to my dudes Pay Jay and Solace on the one year anniversary of their college radio show “Industry Shakedown Radio”. I give them credit for sticking with their show and format even when the program director was giving them hell.
I was originally just supposed to spin music in between the performances at their anniversary show, but ended up responsible for all the sound and music for the night. It was a fun and challenging night that all in attendance enjoyed.
I’m still not sure what happened to Dallas Penn who was supposed to host the event.
Thanks to my dude Dj Stackswell, Angel of the Mona Passage and the cool ass sound man who defended us when his boss gave him hell about the volume and bass.
Check out a few of the videos that popped up on the net from the Sputnik show below.
Roc Marciano of Flipmode Squad.
Amo one, Precise Omega, 5MH Crew
I’ve been listening to Termanology for about a year now, thanks to my dude Bobby Lopez 5mh and DJ 3d of The Underground Railroad Radio Show, here in New York.
I didn’t even realize he had music videos until today. At first, I didn’t like his music because I thought he was too much of a line biter. If you jack more than 3 popular lines from popular rappers and put them in your music..I’m usually better off listening to the original artist. Nahmean?
After giving it a real good listen during a trip to the city, I was able to understand and appreciate his rhymes and style. He’s studied his craft and and will hopefully continue to put out good music.
I’m a strictly vinyl dj, but was still amazed by Primo’s light saber turntables. Forget flying cars, thats the illest new invention. Anyone know if those things are real or just for show?
Either way, Vinyl is love.
Behind the scenes of the “So Special” video.
Next time you hear Mavado’s “I’m So Special” or Serani’s “No Games” for the 100,000,000th time, think back and remember the early days of Dance Hall music. It’s sure come a long way.
Check this video of Super Cat’s little brother, borrowing the elder Cat’s style and most likely clothes!
Check out my dude Dj Mondee’s set on east village radio from a few nights ago, starts at around the 44 minute mark. Early Ghostface set by Teddy King. Boundless radio.