Episode 20 (Anniversary Show)

  1. Wu-Tang Clan – Protect Ya Neck

  2. Redman – Can’t Wait

  3. A Tribe Called Quest – We Can Get Down

  4. Black Moon – Who Got Da Props?

  5. Channel Live – Mad Izm feat. KRS-One

  6. Nine – Whutcha Want

  7. Notorious B.I.G. – Machine Gun Funk

  8. Lords of The Underground – Chief Rocka

  9. 3rd Bass – Sons of 3rd Bass

  10. De La Soul – Ego Trippin’ Pt. 2

  11. Nas – It Ain’t Hard To Tell (Extra P Remix)

  12. KRS-One – Sound of Da Police

  13. Jeru The Damaja – D. Original

  14. Wu-Tang Clan – C.R.E.A.M.

  15. Nas – Affirmative Action feat. AZ, Cormega & Foxy Brown

  16. Pharoahe Monch – Simon Says

  17. M.O.P. – Ante Up

  18. Gang Starr – The Militia feat. Big Shug & Freddie Foxxx

  19. The Beatnuts – Se Acabo (Remix) feat. Method Man

  20. O.C. – Dangerous feat. Big L

  21. The Roots – Thought @ Work

  22. Mos Def, Tash & Q-Tip – Body Rock

  23. Common – Tekzilla

  24. Nas – Thief’s Theme

  25. Jay-Z – U Don’t Know (Remix) feat. M.O.P.

  26. Notorious B.I.G. – Come On feat. Sadat X

  27. Talib Kweli – Guerrilla Monsoon Rap feat. Black Thought & Pharoahe Monch

  28. Kanye West – Gone feat. Consequence & Cam’Ron

  29. Cam’Ron – Down And Out feat. Kanye West

  30. Drake – Think Good Thoughts feat. Phonte & Elzhi

  31. Kool G. Rap – Blowin’ Up In The World

  32. Outkast – Player’s Ball

  33. Keith Murray – Most Beautifullest Thing In The World

  34. Camp Lo – Coolie High

  35. Mobb Deep – Give Up The Goods feat. Big Noyd

  36. Jay-Z – Dead Presidents (Original)

  37. Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty

  38. Da Bush Babees – The Love Song (Remix) feat. Mos Def & De La Soul

  39. The Fugees – How Many Mics

  40. Pete Rock & CL Smooth – I Got A Love

  41. Diamond D – Fuck What You Heard

  42. Brand Nubian – Brand Nubian

  43. Nice & Smooth – Hip-Hop Junkies

  44. A Tribe Called Quest – Scenario (Remix) feat. Kid Hood & L.O.N.S.

  45. Beastie Boys – Pass The Mic

  46. Souls of Mischief – ’93 Til Infinity/Remix

  47. Heavy D – Don’t Curse feat. Big Daddy Kane, Grand Puba, Q-Tip, Kool. G Rap, Pete Rock & CL Smooth

  48. Eric B. & Rakim – Don’t Sweat The Technique

  49. Naughty By Nature – Uptown Anthem

  50. Run-DMC – Christmas In Hollis

  51. Gang Starr – Take It Personal

Our first year is in the books! Take It Personal has released 20 episodes, including two 6+ hour tributes to both DJ Premier and Prodigy. We featured 8 exclusive interviews and dropped 8 tributes. We put together not 1, but 4 West Coast Classics, clocking in over 17 hours long. We had some fun giveaways, too. We celebrated Wu-Tang, ATCQ, Atmosphere, the architects, indie hip-hop and Philly hip-hop, but the biggest celebration we had was right here on episode 20 with you---the listeners. On Episode 20, our anniversary special, we bring it back to the essence with the music that speaks our names. The music that cold rocks a party or makes you want to cold cock somebody. It’s a non-stop celebration and best of all, we did it with your support. Thanks to all of you who called-in and chopped it up with us on the air. We had people from all over calling in and we even had a surprise call-in from Super Bowl XLVIII champion and Legion of Boom member, Walter Thurman. Your stories, your energy and your appreciation is what made this show so special for us. I’ll keep what we played on here a bit of a surprise for now, but I know EVERYONE will enjoy it! We put everything into making these shows and at the end of the day, we know, there isn’t another hip-hop podcast quite like Take It Personal. After listening to us for a year, we hope you’ll agree. Happy holidays and have a healthy New Year to all!

 

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On November 2, 2016 The "Take It Personal" Podcast was launched as the Golden Era and boom-bap-focused podcast to beat all Podcasts. Broadcasting all the way live from Del Boca Vista and brought to you by the Philaflava crew, who founded one of Complex Magazine's "Top 10 Most Influential Hip-Hop Message Boards," well as authoritative subject matter blogs, T.R.O.Y and "Steady Bloggin'," the show and its brand of witty nuance and authentic reverence is here to fill the nostalgia void in your heart, and, as Chino XL once said, "Here To Save You All." Come to where Exit 33 meets Memory Lane at the Honeycomb Hideout, as DJ 360 and co-hosts Jason Gloss and Kevlar take you on a sonic voyage from past to present and back again!