More details to come.
Bonus: “All Is Fair” intro / outro to the BAU album.
More details to come.
Bonus: “All Is Fair” intro / outro to the BAU album.
This episode, host Frank The Butcher continues the second season of TBBTV from Los Angeles speaking with Brock Korsan of Diamond Supply Co from their DTLA HQ. Tune in as they talk about Diamonds relationships in the music industry, connecting cultural dots and the brand’s influence on Rihanna’s single artwork.
Summer time cool out mix! BBQ Music!
Stussy Presents: Frank The Butcher & DJ 7L – “Searchin’ | Original Samples” Mix
Stussy has always been inspired by various genres of music and couterculture in the same way hip-hop’s foundation was built on borrowed elements from soul and rock. The “Searchin” mix is a near hour long playlist of original songs sampled in rap classics and currents favorites. Frank The Butcher & DJ7L dug in the crates to unearth compositions that could be found in songs by The Throne, ASAP Rocky, G.O.O.D. Music, Nas, Schoolboy Q, Ghostface, Mobb Deep, Rick Ross, Wu Tang, J Dilla and more.
Shout to Paul Mighty for the intro!
Life is good for Nasir Jones. Riding off of the wave of 3 super solid singles, his 10th album ‘Life is Good’ is highly anticipated and God’s Son sounds rejuvenated and ready to tackle today’s musical landscape. What’s good about this go round is that Nas did what we all want him to do – stick to his strengths (sans the leaked sequel to ‘Black Girl Lost” which thankfully didn’t make the album). With the majority of the LP produced by Salaam Remi and No I.D., we can be confident the production will be taken care of so Nasir can show people why he’s illmatic.
To celebrate the new album, Nas teamed up with my people at Sneak Tip to produce promo only (for now) cap, tee, hoodie and tank.
Life is indeed good.
Photos by Billy / OHWRD (except Nas photo)
For 30+ years, the Stussy brand has found inspiration at the intersection of numerous cultures and genres. One of the cross sections of that influence is where hip-hop and reggae meet. ‘Shoot To Kill’ is an hour long mix which showcases hip-hop and reggae blends, 90s classics and exclusive remixes. Frank The Butcher & DJ 7L put together a list of songs that is representative of early to mid 90s hip-hop reggae mash ups which features artists like Johnny Osbourne, Louie Rankin, Buju Banton, Boogie Down Productions and Smif n Wesson.
1- Shoot to Kill Intro – Frank The Butcher & DJ 7L
2- Johnny Osbourne – Buddy Bye (Original)
3- Johnny Osbourne – Buddy Bye (Kenny Dope Rmx)
4- Louie Rankin’ – The Typewriter
5- Just Ice (feat KRS One) – Moshitup
6- Master at Work – Blood Vibes
7- Lil Vicious – Nika
8- Nubian Crackers – One for the Treble
9- Buju Banton – Champion (DJ 7L RMX)
10- Mega Banton – First Position (DJ 7L RMX)
11- Mega Banton – Sound Boy Killing
12- BDP – 100 Guns
13- Smif n Wesson – Sound Bwoy Buriel
14- Kenny Dope – The Supa
15- Shabba Ranks – Ting a Ling (K Def Rmx)
16- Reverand Bado – Bop Scutchie
17- Ricky General – Skettle Combo
18- Mad Lion – Take it Easy
19- Supercat & Heavy D – Dem No Worry
20- Capleton – Tour
21- Bounty Killer – Cellular Phone
22- Screechy Dan – Boomin’ in Your Jeep (DJ 7L Rmx)
23- Burro Banton – Boom Wa Dis
24- Supercat – Ghetto Red Hot
25- Mad Lion – Shoot to Kill
26- Cutty Ranks – Who Say Me Done
The ‘More Fiya’ series continues with part 2! Jack Frost puts together more Reggae classics and gems on his follow up.
Jack Frost! Line up the ting! Frankmatic!
01. Bob marley – redemption song
02. Black uhuru – sinsemilla
03. Third world – 1865 (96º in the shade)
04. Culture – two sevens clash
05. Bob marley – forever loving jah
06. Barry brown – thank you mama
07. Tristan palmer – entertainment
08. Culture – see dem ah come
09. Half pint – greetings
10. Super cat – under pressure
11. Johhny osbourne – rock you tonight
12. Yellow man – mad over me
13. Peter tosh – burial
14. Yellow man – gun man
15. Sammy dread – rude boy
16. Lone ranger – m16
17. Junior byles – fade away
18. Gunshot interlude
19. Anthony johnson – gun shot
20. Frankie paul – worries inna dance
21. Frankie paul – kushenpeng
22. Michigan & smiley – diseases
23. Cocoa t – i’ve lost my sonia
24. Anthony red rose – tempo
25. Johnny osbourne – people are you ready
26. Josey wales – leggo mi hand gateman
27. Shinehead – rough & rugged
28. Super cat – boops
29. Super cat – vineyard party
30. Maxi priest – wild world
31. Admiral tibet – leave people business
32. Super cat – cry fi di youth
33. Rita marley – one draw
The reign of the Harlem Diplomats is without a doubt one of the most influential periods in modern hip-hop. The movement that officially started with family features on Camron’s ‘S.D.E.’ album turned into one of New York City’s most powerful crews. Dipset created a sound that transcended the borders of east coast rap with a style that fueled urban culture for the better half of the 2000s. Killa Cam’s unapologetic uptown crew, Jim Jones, Freaky Zeeky and Juelz Santana, evolved to be leaders in their own rights commanding offshoot rap groups while still reppin’ the eagle and still screaming Harlem.
To celebrate the legacy of the Diplomats, we put together a comprehensive mix spanning years of bandana wearing and flag waving. While there is no possible way to include every significant offering of their vast catalogue, we believe we compiled some of Dipset’s best music in this 100+ minute homage.
DIPSET DIPSET DIPSET DIPSET
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1 – Harlem Radio
2 – Dipset Butcher’s Blade Intro
3 – The Diplomats – I Really Mean It
4 – Juelz Santana – Okay Okay
5 – Jim Jones feat. Camron – Certified Gangsters
6 – Juelz Santana – Clockwork
7 – Camron – Wet Wipes
8 – Jim Jones feat. Max B – G’z Up
9 - ”Know a lot of beats, but I say no names” pt.1
10 – The Diplomats – Dipset Anthem
11 – Camron – Back By Popular Demand
12 – 40 Cal – Paid In Full
13 – Juelz Santana – Broken Language
14 – Vado – Large on the Streets
15 – Camron Juan Epstein interlude
16 – Camron feat. Juelz Santana & Jim Jones – Come Home With Me
17 – The Diplomats – I am Ready
18 – Camron – Killa Cam
19 – Jay Bezel Freestyle
20 – Freaky Zeeky Phone Call
21- Camron feat. Kanye West – Down and Out
22 – Byrd Gang – Purple City Byrd Gang
23 – Camron Press Conference interlude
24 – Camron feat. Jim Jones – Hate me Now
25 – Camron – Get’em Girls
26 – Camron – Show You How to Do This
27 – Juelz Santana – S.A.N.T.A.N.A
28 – The Diplomats – Bout it Bout it
29 – Camron Stretch Armstrong & Bobbito WKCR Freestyle
30 – Camron – Oh Boy
31 – The Diplomats – Crunk Musik
32 – Juelz Santana – Dipset (Santana’s Town)
33 – Camron feat. Jim Jones & Juelz Santana – More Gangsta Music
34 – The Diplomats – Salute
35 – Juelz Santana – Oh Yes
36 – Camron Feat. Jay Z – Welcome to New York City
37 – “Know a lot of beats, but I say no names” pt.2
38 – Jim Jones – Fly High
39 – JR Writer – Get’em
40 – Hell Rell Freestyle
41 – Juelz Santana – Mic Check
42 – Jim Jones – Baby Girl
43 – You Maaaaad interlude
44 – Camron feat Juelz Santana - Hey Ma
45 – Camron – That’s Me
Frankmatic radio is back!!
Frank The Butcher and Paul Mighty are back and brought along a gang of heaters with them. New music from Common, Maffew Ragazino, MOP, Action Bronson, The Roots, Quelle Chris, Gangrene, Kid Daytona and more.
GOOD MUSIC IS FRANKMATIC!
Gangrene f. Prodigy – Dump Truck
Black Star – Fix up
Scram Jones – Wild side
LEP Bogus Boys f. Lupe Fiasco – Zombie Land
Action Bronson f. Mayhem Lauren, Maffew Ragazino and AG The Coroner
(Classic Joint) Pharaoh Monch f. MOP – Show No Mercy (Original sample intro)
MOP – No Mercy
Maffew Ragazino – Slangston Hughes
Roc Marciano – Emeralds
Common – Sweet
Push T f. Ab Liva and Odd Future – Ohh
Mobb Deep – Waterboarding
The Kid Daytona f. Action Bronson – Ivory Coast Crime Scene
Termanology f.Easy Money – Compared to you
Fat Joe – My Lord
Vado – NY Ride
Rick Ross – I Love My Bitches
Willie The Kid – Waste Not
Quelle Chris f. Danny Brown & Roc Maricano
The Roots – Make My f. Big K.R.I.T. & Dice Raw