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by Tim Westwood
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New York Rap Exchange from December '94 and the last show before Westwood bounced to Radio 1. Shook Ones part 2 is on it's way to ubiquity at this point, and Group Home's 'Supastar' isn't far behind. This tape is the one that put me on to 'Spread It' by Kamakaze and Rayvon's 'Pretty' and also includes the remix of 'What Can I Do' which might be the last great Ice Cube track. You also get the dope freestyle session with Scarface, KRS One and MC Serch (which has appeared on this blog a couple of...
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by Tim Westwood
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Track List Memphis Bleek ft Jay Z - What You Think Of That Ol Dirty Bastard - Got Your Money Q Tip ft Missy Elliot & Busta Rhymes, - Vivrant Thing (remix) Pharoahe Monch ft Lady Luck, Redman, Method Man, Shabaam Sahdeeq & Busta Rhymes - Simon Says (remix) Method Man & Redman - Da Rockwilder Drag On - Spit These Bars Missy Elliot ft Nas, Q Tip & Eve - Hot Boyz (remix) Cam'ron - What I Gotta Live For Snoop Dogg ft Xzbit - B Please Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg - Still DRE Nas - Nastradamus...
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by Shortee Blitz
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Before Shortee Blitz got his own slot on Kiss FM he used to do guest mixes on Max & Dave's show. This one is from late 1996/early 1997 and features music by INI, Gauge, Mike Zoot & Mos Def, Rasco and Pete Rock.  - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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Quite the set from Westwood. D Nice - Time To Flow Kool G Rap - On The Run Scarface - Mr Scarface Lord Finesse - Isn't He Something Pete Rock & CL Smooth - The Creator (remix) Kool G Rap - Live And Let Die D Nice - Straight From The Bronx Scarface - Body Snatchers Raw Fusion - Don't Test Dynametrix - Keep Da Crowd Dancing Gunshot - Clear From Present Danger >>DJ Biznizz mix Ultramagnetic MCs - Make It Happen Main Source - Peace Is Not The Word To Play (remix) UMCs - One To Grow On...
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by DJ Swing
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Side A is 45 minutes of the late DJ Swing of London's Boogie Bunch in the mix on Choice FM back in 1995. He kicks things off with some classic Juice Crew/Cold Chillin selection and then runs through some newer Hip Hop and R&B jams... On side B you get some 2Pac, Mad Skillz, Cypress Hill, Monica, SWV and more... Swing sadly passed away in 2006. There's a good write up on him here . - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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Just over an hour with an MK mix for the second half. House Of Pain ft Diamond D - Word Is Bond (remix) Beatnuts ft Grand Puba - Are You Ready MOP - Downtown Swinga Public Enemy - Bedlam 13:13 Flatlinerz - Scary Us House Of Pain - It Ain't A Crime Gravediggaz - 2 Cups Of Blood Gravediggaz - Here Comes The Gravediggaz MC Eiht - All For The Money South Central Cartel - Gang Stories >> DJ MK mix Masta Ace Inc - The B Side Pharcyde - 4 Better Or 4 Worse De La Soul ft ATCQ - She Fe MCs Domino...
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by Roger Johnson
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This episode features Roger Johnson standing in for Dave Pearce, as opposed to just serving up an RJ Scratch Attack. He's mixing and cutting up Hip-Hop from Rakim, Davy D, Daddy Freddy, Roxanne Shante and Mr. X & Mr. Z. You'll also hear tracks by Mr Lee, Liz Torres, Shalamar, Well Red and 52nd Street. - IrishCraig - RandomRapRadio
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This recording is the 1st Birthday/ Anniversary celebration of Nite FM on BBC Radio Londons’ Fresh Start to the Week Hip-Hop show, presented by the legendary Dave Pearce. UK Rap star Derek B features in interview, and im unaware of any other radio interview recordings with the RUSH recording artist, so this is a bit of an exclusive [Sidenote: Apparently Derek AKA EZQ co-wrote the Anfield Rap] . Sadly, Mr Boland, who by all accounts was a thoroughly decent chap, is no longer with us. He passed...
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DJ 279 has been holding it down on the radio since the early 90s. Unfortunately while Westwood was broadcasting nationally and Kiss FM covered London and the surrounding counties, picking up Choice FM was pretty much impossible if you were off the tube map. As a result, tapes of The Numberman's Friday Night Flava shows are harder to come by than those of his competition (I've been asking around for a while now). Fortunately that man Mr Lawson has come through with a show from June 1993. - DJ...
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by DJ 279 & Big Ted
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Featuring plenty of George Kay voice-overs for RnB shows in London, this is a classic 1995 shows. It also features the legendary number man DJ 279 and one of the funniest DJs in UK Hip-Hop, DJ Big Ted. 279 drops plenty of cuts from the Nine LP. Track List Nine – Da Fundamentalz Nine – Who U Won Test Mic Break Lord Digga – Feel It Masta Ace / Lord Digga ID Big L – Danger Zone Ill Al Skratch ‎– Don’t Shut Down On A Player Black Moon ID Showbiz & AG – Time For [Unreleased...
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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Broadcast every Wednesday from 7-9pm, Max LX & Dave VJ's infamous Kiss FM show kicked off with the Top 20 singles chart followed by an hour of upfront Hip Hop from both sides of the Atlantic. This show is from February 1994 and features music by Main Source, Volume 10, Cash Crew, Ice Cube and Nas. Make sure you check the Rap Report at the start of Part 2 for an excellent story/rumour about Big Daddy Kane! If you aren't that up on KISS FM's history it started as a pirate station in London in...
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by KISS FM
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Richie Rich's Rap Academy  show on Kiss (UK), with guests Force N K.Zee in the house for an interview and freestyle session. - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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Lennox Lewis in the studio counting down the Top 10 at 10. Luniz - I Got 5 On It South Central Cartel ft Jayo Felony, MC Eiht, Spice 1 & Treach - So What Cha Sayin Kool G Rap - It's A Shame Heltah Skeltah - Let Tha Brainz Blo LL Cool J - Papa Luv It Lennox Lewis interview GZA - Labels Grand Puba - I Like It Junior Mafia - Players Anthem Redman - Can't Wait (remix) Method Man - The Riddler Doug E Fresh - Where's The Party At Notorious BIG - One More Chance (Stay With Me) AZ - Sugarhill Keith...
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by Tim Westwood
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Tracklist Notorious BIG - Warning Method Man - What The Bloodclot Troubleneck Brothers - Back To The Hip Hop Group Home - Supastar Gravediggaz - Mommy What's A Gravedigga (RZA mix) Mic Geronimo - It's Real (Computamix) Mobb Deep - Shook Ones part 2 Alkaholiks - Daaam! Method Man - Bring The Pain Heather B - All Glocks Down Eric B & Rakim - My Melody Eric B & Rakim - Microphone Fiend Biz Markie - Nobody Beats The Biz (dub) Biz Markie - Make The Music With your Mouth Nice & Smooth -...
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by Tim Westwood
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Afrika Islam gets in the mix Zulu Beats style on the Capital Rap Show back in '94. - DJ Step One
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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Max & Dave's Kiss FM Rap Show from September 1994. Starts off with that week's Top 20 which included Black Moon, OC, Biggie and Gravediggaz and then into a few new releases from Keith Murray and Lords Of The Underground... If you're wondering why "Dre Day" is on a chart from 1994 when it came out in 92, it's down to the 90s trend of UK record labels consistently fucking up the releases of Hip Hop singles. Even certified US hits like "OPP," "Jump Around," and...
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by Mike Allen
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Mike Allen chats with Roxanne Shanté where she discussed how an assumption of chicken pox kept her from performing at the previous year's UK Fresh '86. Also discussed: the New Music Seminar (Mike was a Joe Cooley fan, it seems).
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by Mike Allen
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Date Broadcast: Friday 16th May 1986 Time: 10pm-Midnight Show Playlist: Beat Box Is Rockin' - Fat Boys Funk You - Afrika Bambaataa & Family Here We Go Again - Chuck Brown & Soul Searchers Mike Talks We Got The Beat - Double Dose I'm A Ho - Whodini ? - Keith Le Blanc Not This President - Willesden Dodgers ? - Keith Le Blanc Feed Us The Beat - Skinny Boys Lies, Lies - Rapomatic Ltd Mike Talks 10.35pm Ya Don’t Quit - Ice T Bang Zoom - Real Roxanne & Hitman Howie Tee Ultimate Scratch...
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by Mike Allen
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Mike Allen on June 12, 1986.
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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Max & Dave on Kiss FM. Beatnuts - Hit Me With That Gang Starr ft Nice & Smooth - DWYCK Black Moon - Buck Em Down (remix) Notorious BIG - Unbelievable Pete Rock & CL Smooth - The Main Ingredient Demon Boyz - Vibes Demon Boyz - Glimity Glammity Sonia Poulton - rap report London Posse - Money Mad Hardnoise - Mice In The Presence Of The Lion Hijack - Phantom Of The Opera Cookie Crew - Secrets Of Success Jus Badd - Freestyle Trouble - I Get Hype The Principle ft Silent Eclipse - The...
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by Tim Westwood & Funkmaster Flex
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This was a bit of a big deal at the time. Previously the Rap Exchange shows had given us 2 hours a month of Flex's show in NYC but this time he'd come to the UK to (relentlessly) promote his first 60 Minutes Of Funk mixtape and play at Club UN for the 1st anniversary of Tim's Radio 1 show, which started in December 94. What we got was two 3 hour shows of Flex mixing interspersed with Akinyele and Sadat X freestyles as they'd accompanied him on the trip, having featured on the mixtape's lead...
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by DJ 279
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The Number Man doing it up with the new releases on Choice FM's Friday Night Flavas from May '95. Quality is a tad muddy but listenable. This one includes an unreleased Bomdigi remix. Shout to Diablo for the tape. - DJ Step One
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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Following my London Posse ( London Posse biography ) post (which proved quite popular), here's Rodney P & Bionic on Kiss FM, promoting the release of their new EP . KISS had only been a legal station for a couple of years at this point and the Wednesday night Rap show was hosted by Max LX & Dave VJ . Tracks off the EP are played during the interview and its finished off with a wicked freestyle over Lords Of The Underground's 'Funky Child' instrumental. - DJ Step One
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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This is the rap show chart from January (or possibly early February - my guess is based on the advert for the LL concert) 1991. Kiss hadn't been a legal station for very long at this point - the first broadcast as a non-pirate was September 1990. KMD, King Sun, Ice Cube, Special Ed, BDP and Chubb Rock all feature... - DJ Step One
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by DJ Swing
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Just came across another tape of DJ Swing, mixing up some R&B and Rap on London's Choice FM back in 1996... - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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Westwood in July '92. Intro Mad Cobra ft Geto Boys - Dead End Street EPMD - Boon Dox EPMD - Headbanger Positive K - I Got A Man (*world premiere*) Lord Finesse ft Big L - Yes You May (remix) Das EFX - Jussumen (Pete Rock remix) General Levy - Wickeder General ADOR - Let It All Hang Out PHD - I'm Flippin MC Lyte - All That A Tribe Called Quest - Hot Sex Brothers Like Outlaw - Trapped Into Darkness - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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No guests in the studio on this one, just Westwood running through all the brand new music of the day. Kind of strange that when he plays that Lox & Biggie track it has a (very) small bit of Stretch Armstrong talking over it. I know that song was hard to come by but I'm suprised Tim couldn't get an official promo from Bad Boy! Track List Busta Rhymes ft Rampage ‘Abandon Ship’ Masta Ace ‘Top Ten List’ Omniscence ‘Touch Y’all’ remix Geto Boys ‘The World Is A Ghetto’ Busta...
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by Tim Westwood
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MC D is featured on this episode of Westwood's Radio 1 Rap Show .
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by Mike Allen
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From sometime in February 1985. Track List King Of Rock - Run DMC Scratchin 100 Speakers - Unknown DJ & Dr Dre Rock Hard - Beastie Boys Zero-One - Universal Funk Boogie Down Bronx - Man Parrish & Freeze Force Cosmic Blast - Captain Rock Rockin' It - MC Flex & F.B.I Crew Hip Hop On Wax - DJ Chuck Chillout What Is A DJ If He Can't Scratch - Egyptian Lover Goin Down - ? Play That Beat - GLOBE & Whiz Kid Just Having Fun - Doug E Fresh Can You Feel It - Fat Boys Darryll & Joe -...
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by DJ 279
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The Brotherhood joins DJ 279 on Choice FM's Friday Night Flavas .
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by Richie Rich
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LONS alongside Pete Rock and CL perform on Richie Rich's Rap Academy on London's Kiss FM back in May '92. If you want a good example of how record labels handled hip hop in the UK back then, Elektra had both groups performing at different venues in town on the same night. Top work there lads. As you would expect from anything involving a young Busta Rhymes, this a lively affair with them hyping each other up and ad libbing all over the place. Classic material. - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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This episode of the Capital Rap Show  includes a Funkmaster Flex mix and Sadat X freestyle. Gravediggaz - 1-800 Suicide Gravediggaz - Diary Of A Madman Lady Of Rage - Afro Puffs Jeru The Damaja - D.Original Masta Ace Inc - The B Side Warren G & Nate Dogg - Regulate Ill Al Skratch - Where My Homiez Dogg Pound - Dogg Pound 4 Life Nas - NY State Of Mind Sadat X - Freestyle  Scientists Of Sound - Bad Boy Swing (Aybee's Refix) KRS One ft Mad Lion - Return Of The Boom Bap (Iron Lion remix)...
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by Max LX & Dave VJ
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Soul Brother #1 live on Max LX & Dave VJ's Kiss FM show, alongside the UK's Funky DL and Dynamite MC. The twist on this one is that they've got jazz/funk outfit D'Influence providing live backing for the cypher. Nice... - DJ Step One
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by Mike Allen
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Mike Allen on his National Fresh  show.
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by Tim Westwood
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Tracklisting Gang Starr - Mass Appeal Gang Starr - Speak Ya Clout Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell (demo version) Pharcyde - 4 Better Or 4 Worse Snoop Dogg - For All My Niggaz & Bitchez Domino - A.F.D Wu Tang Clan - Method Man (remix) Gang Starr - Alongwaytogo Gang Starr - Blowin Up The Spot De La Soul - Ego Trippin Part 3 MCM - I Got Soul unknown - unknown Ford & The Coalition - Get On The Mic YGz - Itchy Trigger Finger Wayne Smith - Under Mi Sleng Teng (Soul Assassins remix) Shyheim - On...
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by Tim Westwood
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Eminem and High & Mighty join Westwood. Puff Daddy & Jay Z - Do You Like It Jay Z - Girl's Best Friend Eve - What Y'all Want 50 Cent - How To Rob Busta Rhymes - Tear Da Roof Off unknown - bounce party break Crooklyn Clan -The Franklinz Noreaga, Nature, Big Pun, The LOX & Cam'ron - Banned From TV Noreaga - Oh No The LOX - Dope Money Eminem - interview & freestyle Rahzel - Make The Music 2000 DITC - Way Of Life Gang Starr - Discipline Sporty Thievez - No Pigeons Notorious BIG -...
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This is what was going on down 20 years ago yesterday on London's Kiss FM. Max LX & Dave VJ (accompanied by DJ Biznizz) run through some of the best tracks of the year, including Cypress Hill, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, K Solo, Grand Puba, EPMD and mo' ...  Original tape courtesy of Tobes . - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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Method Man on the phone in this short Radio 1 segment.
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DJ 279 and Big Ted on Choice FM. Onyx - All We Got Is Us (Evil Streets) AZ - Uncut Raw AZ - Doe Or Die Group Home - Livin Proof Masta Ace - Maintain Mad Skillz - Inherit The World Mad Skillz - Street Rules KRS One - Out For Fame AZ - Gimme Yours Lord Finesse ft KRS One - No Gimmicks - DJ Step One
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BBC Radio Shows
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This is a radio documentary special from BBC Radio 1’s Friday night hip hop show National Fresh with Jeff Young, The History of Hip Hop.  It’s a 60 minute show with contributions from Afrika Bambaataa, Grandmaster Flash, Jam Master Jay, Ice T, Trugoy from De La Soul and more. As an extra bonus you get to hear a Fat Joe record played on Leicester’s legendary Fresh FM at the end. - DJ Hudson
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And so we have the first appearance on OB4ZL for Dave Pearce's rap show on Greater London Radio. Most people in the UK are familiar with Dave as he spent the latter part of the 90s and early 00s doing big things on the dance music side of things having moved to Radio 1 from Kiss FM. Prior to that his voice was immortalized on Public Enemy's It Takes A Nation Of Millions... - that's him on the album's intro introducing them at the Hammersmith Odeon - which is quite impressive in itself, but he...
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by DJ Rectangle
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A Rectangle mix from Max & Dave's Kiss FM show in 1998. Includes music by All City, Gang Starr and Lauryn Hill. Thanks to cratedigga for sending this over. - DJ Step One
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45 minutes of the Chubby Kids on Kiss from December '99. Includes music by The LOX, Dr Dre, Q Tip, Biggie, Karl Hinds, Iceberg Slimm and Hot Ones. - DJ Step One
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by Tim Westwood
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A June '93 episode of the Capital Rap Show , featuring a Ron G mix. Dig the mention of Calvin Butts and his steamrolling escapades. KRS One - KRS One Attacks KRS One - Outta Here (original unreleased version) Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain Big Shug ft Guru - Stripped And Pistol Whipped MC Lyte - Ruffneck KRS One - I Can't Wake Up Souls Of Mischief - 93 Til Infinity J The Sultan - The Source Update Jeru The Damaja - Come Clean Fat Joe - Flow Joe Trends Of Culture - Hassle On The Iron Horse...
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by Tim Westwood
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Jeru in the studio with Westwood promoting his upcoming debut LP. The recording (courtesy of that man Diablo) has been pause buttoned a few times but you get a decent chunk of the interview and some proper bangers either side of it. I loved 'Sun Rises...' and probably played it as much as Illmatic when it came out. Premier on his A-game and no skippable tracks. It was one of those releases where mixtape and radio DJs were playing several tracks off it rather than just the lead single.  I know...
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by Tim Westwood
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Hadn't heard this October '97 edition of the Rap Exchange before I found it on a Google deep dive over the weekend. In terms of guests this is up there with the best of them and whoever ripped it - shouts to you - was good enough to leave the interviews in there (most of us seem to have hit the pause button back in the day in order to fit a 2 hour show on a C90 and get maximum tunes). The playlist is decent too: alongside the big tracks of the time by DMX and Busta, there's a Pretty Boy  Foxy...
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by Tim Westwood
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Mr. Complex and Marley Marl join Westwood.
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by Tim Westwood
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No guests on this show but the last 20 minutes has Prime Cuts dropping some golden era bits for you. - DJ Step One
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Westwood's Radio 1 show with the Madd Rapper, Rodney P, and Skitz.
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by Tim Westwood
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The Arsonists join Westwood on Radio 1 in May 1999.
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by Tim Westwood
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With a heavy heart and troubling happenstance, I'm posting this notably rare interview with Andre Harrell, from almost 3 decades ago. It’s a Capital Rap Show from May 1991. The sad events of this last week have been difficult enough for anyone from the UK Rap community [Our thoughts and love go out to the entire Chijioke family and to everyone that knew TY. He was an admirable musician, a trailblazer, a funny warm-hearted guy and an all-round good soul] but to learn of the passing of one of...
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by Tim Westwood
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There are a few pauses on this but it’s a gem. Especially when Tim stops De La Soul's Buddy [A World Premiere] halfway through, thinkin' he’s cueing up the next track LOLOL Track List Eazy E – We Want Eazy Too Short – Life is Too Short Ads Spin Offs Daily Mail Delicious Vinyl Feast at the Fridge De La Soul – Me Myself and I De La Soul – Buddy [World Premiere] Kool G Rap – Men at Work Ads Sunshine Holidays Exchange Rate Kwikfit Tyres Hitman Records Kid Flash – Aint Nothin But a...
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Here's 90 minutes of the Rap Exchange from September '99. Mobb Deep are in the studio ahead of the Murda Muzik launch party at The Tunnel that coming Sunday. No freestyle unfortunately but Flex gets busy cutting up some bangers. Track List DMX f/The LOX & Mase – N!ggaz Done Started Something Redman f/Busta Rhymes – Da Goodness Puff Daddy f/The LOX, Lil Kim & Notorious B.I.G. – It’s All About the Benjamins (Remix) Party Break – Bounce With Me Lil Cease f/Mr. Bristal, Tone...
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Cipha Sounds fills in for Westwood on the Radio 1 Rap show. Notorious BIG - Gimme The Loot MOP - How About Some Hardcore Ol Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya Wu Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck Gang Starr - Mass Appeal Gang Starr - Take It Personal Dr Dre ft Snopp Dogg - One Eight Seven Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg - The Next Episode Dr Dre ft Knocturnal & Hitman - Bang Bang Mary J Blige ft Mobb Deep - Deep Inside (remix) Mobb Deep ft Nas - It's Mine Jay Z ft Beanie Sigel - Do It Again Cash Money...
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by Tim Westwood
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Melle Mel & Afrika Islam pass through the Capital Rap Show whilst in the UK for some shows and have a chat with Timothy before Melle drops a 10 minute freestyle. The OG version of "It Ain't Hard To Tell" is on here at the top of the show too, alongside tracks from Doggystyle . Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell (original version) Wu Tang Clan - CREAM Shyheim - On & On (DJ Premier remix) Snoop Dogg - Murder Was The Case Snoop Dogg - Serial Killa Snoop Dogg - Pump Pump KRS One - Hip...
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by Tim Westwood
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Mad Skillz runs through the Top 10 at 10…..we only pressed play & record at #9. Track List (part 1) Pharcyde - Passin Me By 2Pac - I Get Around Snoop Dogg - Gin & Juice Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg - Nuthin But A G Thang Dr Dre ft Snoop Dogg - Dre Day Fu-Schnickens - Breakdown Tha Alkaholiks - Daaam! Tha Alkaholiks - Make Room Grand Puba ft Mary J Blige - Check It Out Geto Boys - Still Geto Boys ft DMG - Open Minded Fat Joe ft Big Pun, Raekwon & Armaggedon - Firewater Shyheim ft RZA,...
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by Tim Westwood
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Here's the recording of the 1996 Carnival broadcast, which I think takes in Sunday and Monday's performances. If I recall correctly, it was broadcast on Monday evening, and the swears are edited so it's not live and direct from the Westway. Westwood and Goldfinger hold down the selection with live performances by Heltah Skeltah, Lost Boyz, Blak Twang, Foxy Brown (who had no solo records at this point but was killing every feature) and Montell Jordan. Highlights include Foxy having to back track...
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by Tim Westwood
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A short bit of Westwood from February 1995.
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As you may remember,  Big Tim got shot back in '99 *. The full story behind it was never made public but general consensus seems to be that some gangster types wanted to do some business with him (promoting a show, running security or whatever) and didn't react well when he refused. As a result he couldn't present his show the following weekend so Funkmaster Flex steps up and covers for 3 hours, albeit with no talking just music. The voice you hear before the show starts is Pete Tong, who...
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No guests on this episode of the Capital Rap Show , but it's notable in that he's playing tracks off Hard To Earn , which didn't come out until March. Track List Snoop Dogg - Gin & Juice (remix) Run DMC - Down With The King (Ruffness mix) Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell (original version) Shaquille O'Neal - I'm Outstanding (remix) Gang Starr - Speak Ya Clout Gang Starr - Alongwaytogo Run DMC - Can I Get It, Yo Run DMC - Bounce YGz - Ghetto Celeb Private Investigators - Mash Up The Mic Gang...
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Funk Flex on Westwood's Capital Rap Show  on October 22, 1994. Track List Gang Starr - The ? Remainz Shyheim - One's 4 Da Money Jeru The Damaja - Can't Stop The Prophet Method Man - Bring The Pain Fu-Schnickens - Breakdown Craig Mack, Biggie, Rampage, LL & Busta - Flava In Ya Ear (remix) Milk - Get Off My Log Redman & Keith Murray - Freestyle Lords Of The Underground - Tic Toc Nas ft AZ - Life's A Bitch Heather B - All Glocks Down Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run Mega Banton - Soundboy...
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January 1991 Capital Rap Show .
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Flex cutting up some breakbeats and 80s Hip Hop for 20 minutes.
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aka The One Where Tim Gets A Promo Of Illmatic... Nas - The Genesis Nas - NY State Of Mind Main Source - Diary Of A Hitman Now Born Click - Now Born Soldiers Das EFX - Baknaffek (remix) Gang Starr - Words From The Nutcracker unknown - party break Nas ft AZ - Life's A Bitch Nas - One Love Main Source - Only The Real Survive Now Born Click - Mad Sick Scientists Of Sound - Bad Boy Swing Cash Crew - Bring It On Kaliphz - Tru Skool M Bassadaz Kaliphz - Vibe Da Joint Nas - Memory Lane Nas - The World...
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Capital Rap Show  from 1994. Slick Rick - Cuz It's Wrong Kurious, Sadat X & Mike G - Mansion & A Yacht OC  - Time's Up Rampage - Beware Of The Rampsack Public Enemy - Give It Up Nice & Smooth - Return Of The Hip Hop Freaks Jeru The Damaja ft Afu Ra - Mental Stamina Warren G - Do You See A Tribe Called Quest - Oh My God (remix) Gutter Snypes - Who Fell Nice & Smooth - Old To The New The Whooliganz - Make Way For The W Mic Geronimo - Hemmin Heads Shyheim ft Rubbabandz, K Tez...
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Puffy on Westwood's show from around the time 'Forever' dropped. He's also got Shyne with him, and it turns out this was the show that this freestyle went down on. Whole load of Bad Boy tracks get played, and then part two finishes off with the recording of Biggie performing at the Radio 1 Rap Show launch party in London back in '95. - DJ Step One
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Jay-Z joins Westwood on Radio 1.
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Westwood pulls a Wu Tang freestyle from 1994 out of the archives and there's a nice mix by Kenny Dope. Track List Sporty Thievz - No Pigeons JT Money feat. Sole - Who Dat JAY-Z - Jigga My N!gga Memphis Bleek - Memphis Bleek Is Drag-On feat. Juvenile - Down Bottom Ja Rule feat. Nemesis - World’s Most Dangerous Wu-Tang Clan - Freestyle (1994) Lil Cease feat. Mr. Bristal, Joe Hooker & Lil Kim - Play Around Noreaga - Half Baked Eve - What Y'all Want Phone Calls The Beatnuts - Watch Out Now...
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Mixmasters Weekend to kick off 1997 on Radio 1 with One Step Ahead & DJ Casualty.
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Cane & Fallacy join Westwood on Radio 1.
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Live to the UK with Ghostface and Cappadonna.
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Guest is Panjabi MC who had that Bhangra / Knight Rider joint out in '98/99 that eventually hit the mainstream in 02 in the UK and then again in 03 when Jay Z jumped on it. Smif N Wessun - Bucktown Black Moon - I Got Cha Opin (remix) Black Moon - Headz Ain't Redee Smif N Wessun - Soundboy Buriell Black Moon - How Many Emcees Fab 5 - Leflah Pharcyde - Drop Pharcyde - Passin Me By Erick Sermon - Fat Gold Chain Redman & Method Man - How High (remix) Wu Tang Clan - Triumph Notorious BIG ft...
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Cipha Sounds on Radio 1.
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D'Angelo, Red & Meth join Westwood in October 1999. Track List Intro Drag On - Spit These Bars Ja Rule - How Many Wanna Die Amil, Eve, DaBrat & Jay Z - Road Dawgs Memphis Bleek - What You Think Of That Pharoahe Monch ft Busta Rhymes - The Next Shit Pharoahe Monch - Simon Says Snoop Dogg ft Xzibit & Nate Dogg - B Please Method Man & Redman - Blackout Method Man & Redman - Cereal Killer Method Man & Redman - The ? Method Man & Redman ft LL Cool J & Ja Rule - 4...
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57th Dynasty on Westwood in April 1999.
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Funky DL and Messiah on Radio 1.
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Westwood from November 1999 with Marley Marl, Craig G, and Click tha Supah Latin.
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Diablo's collection is still throwing up some great Capital Rap Show tapes. This one has the original version of 'Outta Here' with the Mr Magic dis and a few deep cuts by the likes of Strickly Roots, Trends Of Culture and Juice With Soul. Crazy to think that the likes of Sound Of Da Police, Insane In The Brain, Come Clean and 93 Til Infinity were all hitting around the same time too. Track List KRS One - KRS One Attacks KRS One - Sound Of Da Police Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain Big Shug ft...
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As far as 90s shows went, it was kind of unusual for Tim to have guests from outside of the East Coast. Off the back of the success of No Limit and Cash Money in the US, other rappers from the South started getting some attention and depending on who they signed with, had the opportunity to venture overseas to do a bit of promo work. I'm guessing that when JT Money inked his deal he didn't envisage rocking Huddersfield Uni but apparently this actually happened, although I'm told his London gig...
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Cipha Sounds on Westwood in October 1999.
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This was a bit of a big deal at the time. Previously the Rap Exchange shows had given us 2 hours a month of Flex's show in NYC but this time he'd come to the UK to (relentlessly) promote his first 60 Minutes Of Funk mixtape and play at Club UN for the 1st anniversary of Tim's Radio 1 show, which started in December 94. What we got was two 3 hour shows of Flex mixing interspersed with Akinyele and Sadat X freestyles as they'd accompanied him on the trip, having featured on the mixtape's lead...
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Westwood kicks off 1997 on Radio 1. Track List Smif N Wessun - Bucktown Black Moon - I Got Cha Opin (remix) Black Moon - How Many MCs Black Moon - Who Got The Props Ice Cube - Jackin For Beats LL Cool J - Jingling Baby (remix) Nice & Smooth - Funky For You Nice & Smooth - Hip Hop Junkies Gang Starr ft Nice & Smooth - DWYCK Pete Rock & CL Smooth - T.R.O.Y A Tribe Called Quest - Award Tour A Tribe Called Quest - Check The Rhime A Tribe Called Quest - Oh My God The Jaz ft Jay Z...
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Busta Rhymes joins Westwood on Radio 1 in April 1999.
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The show above is from Spring '95 (I'm guessing June - anyone got a date?) with ODB counting down the Top 10 at 10 with Buddha Monk alongside him. Entertaining stuff plus they start freestyling over the ends of tracks on a few occasions. Junior Mafia - Player's Anthem Kaotic Stylin - Get In Where You Fit In Crooklyn Dodgers - The Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers Keith Murray - This That Hit AZ - Sugarhill KRS One - MCs Act like They Don't Know ODB & Buddha Monk - freestyle Doug E Fresh -...
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Westwood, December '99. Track List The Lox – Wild Out DMX – What’s My Name JAY-Z f/Beanie Sigel & Amil – Do It Again (Put Ya Hands Up) Notorious BIG f/Craig Mack, G. Dep & Missy Elliott – Let Me Get Down JAY-Z f/Missy Elliott & Twista – Is That Yo B!tch (Rare) Q-Tip – Go Hard Rakim – How I Get Down JAY-Z f/Amil, Beanie Sigel & Memphis Bleek – Pop 4 Roc Black Rob – Whoa Capone-N-Noreaga – Reunion Mrs. Wallace – Interview Notorious BIG f/Eminem – Dead...
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Westwood, June 18, 1999.
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Funk Flex on Westwood's Capital Rap Show  on October 1, 1994. Track List Jeru The Damaja - Can't Stop The Prophet (Pete Rock remix) Pete Rock & CL Smooth - Take You There Bob James - Mardi Gras Brand Nubian - Word is Bond Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run Craig Mack, Biggie, Rampage, LL & Busta - Flava In Ya Ear (remix) OC - Born To Live Black Moon - Buck Em Down (remix inst) Lords Of The Underground - Chief Rocka (Westwood promo) Fu-Schnickens - Breakdown Keith Murray - The Most...
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Westwood's Captial Rap Show the day after the Gang Starr interview.
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An October '91 edition of Westwood's Capital Rap Show . Ice Cube - The Funeral Ice Cube - The Wrong N1gga To Fuck Wit Ultramagnetic MCs - Make It Happen Tim Dog - I Ain't Takin No Shorts Leaders Of The New School - Shining Star Grand Puba - Fat Rat Ice Cube - My Summer Vacation Al Green - I'm Glad You're Mine Big Daddy Kane - Groove With It UMCs - One To Grow On Eric B & Rakim - Mahogany Eric B & Rakim - What's On Your Mind Ice Cube - True To The Game Ice Cube - No Vaseline...
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Capital Rap Show  from early 1994. Snoop Doggy Dogg  - Gin & Juice (remix) Nas - It Ain't Hard To Tell (demo version) Wu Tang Clan - Method Man (remix) UMCs - Hit The Track Gang Starr - Speak Ya Clout Gang Starr - Tonz O' Gunz Casual - That's How It Is Part 2 (feat. A-Plus) Souls Of Mischief - Good Feeling Run DMC - Can I Get It Yo Terminator X ft Whodini - All Comes Down To Money The Original Squad - Westwood dubplate MOP - How About Some Hardcore Private Investigators - Mash Up The Mic...
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Westwood on Capital Radio in July 1993.
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Vintage Westwood now, courtesy of Tobes. This is 90 minutes of the Capital Rap Show from September 93. Snoop had just been arrested for murder and Doggystyle hadn't even hit the shelves, but Westwood debuts 'Whats My Name' as well as tunes by Scarface, Illegal, Erick Sermon, LONS, London Posse and KRS One... There's also a 3 minute Onyx promo over Sister Nancy's 'Bam Bam' (or Tenor Saw's 'Ring The Alarm' if you prefer). Track List Erick Sermon ft Keith Murray & Redman - Swing It Over Here...
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This is 90 minutes of a Capital Rap Show from a Friday night in 1993. Tim drops new Big Shug, Souls Of Mischief, Funkdoobiest, Pete Nice and Fat Joe, plus there's a bit of Ron G in the mix for the last part of the b-side (although the quality on that isnt great unfortunately). - DJ Step One
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Jay, Dame Dash and Busta (accompanied by Spliff Star, Rampage and DJ Scratch) on this '97 show while they were all in town to perform on Westwood's stage at the Notting Hill Carnival. - DJ Step One
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Westwood, Radio 1, October 1996. Track List OGC - No Fear Keith Murray - The Rhyme Meaner - Real Rap Song Jay Z - Can't Knock The Hustle (Fools Paradise remix) Jeru The Damaja - Ya Playin Yaself D'Angelo ft Redman - Me And Those Dreamin Eyes Of Mine (remix) Mr Pink - Payin Tha Price unknown - unknown  unknown - Westwood dubplate Ras Kass - Nature Of The Threat Craig G - Take The Bait Masta Ace - Brooklyn Battles Hot Day - Hot Day Mastermix YZ - Thinking Of  A Masterplan Bizzie Boyz - Droppin...
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Bobby J on the mix and Craig Mack Live.
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In the first two hours, there's some classic audio of Wu Tang and BDP performing live (not together, obviously) and Funky DL hosts an open mic phone in. The quality isn't great in parts but it's the best I could do. You might need to adjust your graphic equaliser and turn off the Bass Boost. Spinna passes through Westwood's show in part two. - DJ Step One
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The "Best of '94" edition of the  Radio 1 Rap Show . Track List Intro Nice & Smooth - Old To The New Gang Starr - Mass Appeal Craig Mack, Notorious BIG, Rampage, LL Cool J & Busta Rhymes - Flava In Ya Ear (remix) Notorious BIG - Unbelievable Beatnuts - Props Over Here Nas - The World Is Yours Fugees - Nappy Heads (remix) Crooklyn Dodgers - Crooklyn Black Moon - I Got Cha Opin (remix) Kenny Dope - Get On Down Wu Tang Clan - CREAM Ill Al Skratch - Where My Homiez MC EIht - All...
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Westwood on Radio 1 in October 1999 with New Flesh for Old. Track List Truck Turner - Jackin For Beats 2000 Major Figgas ft Beanie Sigel, Dutch & Spade -P.H.I.L.L.Y Method Man & Redman - Fire Ina Hole Ol Dirty Bastard - Rollin Wit You Comedy zone Tash - Fallin On Cam'ron ft Busta Rhymes - What My Niggaz Want Terror Squad - Bring It On U God - Turbulence Raekwon - Live From New York Cappadonna - Girlfriend Group Home ft Guru - The Legacy New Flesh For Old - interview New Flesh For Old -...
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Funkmaster Flex on Westwood in June 1998. Track List Intro Mic Geronimo - For Tha Family Jay Z ft Memphis Bleek - It's Alright Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz ft Fat Joe & Big Pun - Cross Bronx Expressway DMX interview DMX - Intro (One, Two) unknown - unknown Big Pun - You Came Up Destinys Child - No No No (bootleg remix) Def Squad interview & freestyle Mase ft Puff Daddy - Will They Die 4 U Charli Baltimore, Noreaga & Cam'ron - NBC Fatman Scoop - Where You At? Flipmode Squad - Run For...
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