Episode 22 (Classic Material)

  1. Double XX Posse – Not Gonna Be Able To Do It

  2. K-Solo – Your Mom’s In My Business

  3. Main Source – Looking At The Front Door

  4. Big Daddy Kane – Cause I Can Do It Right

  5. Eric B. & Rakim – Mahogany

  6. Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo – Letters

  7. Lord Finesse – Stop Sweating The Next Man

  8. Brand Nubian – Punks Jump Up To Get Beat Down

  9. EPMD – Can’t Hear Nothing But The Music

  10. Redman – Blow Ya Mind (Remix)

  11. Boogie Down Productions – Duck Down

  12. Tim Dog – I Get Wrecked feat. KRS-One

  13. Freddie Foxxx – So Tough (Easy Mo Bee Remix) feat. Queen Latifah

  14. De La Soul – Sunshine

  15. Jay Electronica – Dear Moleskine

  16. Common – Nuthin’ To Do

  17. Outkast – Two Dope Boyz (In A Cadillac)

  18. Grand Puba – I Like It

  19. Ill Al Skratch – I’ll Take Her

  20. Da Youngsta’s – I’ll Make U Famous

  21. Masta Ace Incorporated – The I.N.C. Ride

  22. Cella Dwellas – Perfect Match

  23. AZ – Ho Happy Jackie

  24. The Roots – Silent Treatment (Da Beatminerz Remix)

  25. Big L – Street Struck

  26. Smif-N-Wessun – Nuttin Move But Da Money

  27. Planet Asia – Fast Not Slow feat. AZ

  28. Evidence – 10,000 Hours

On episode 22, we’re joined by hip-hop historian, journalist and Boston native Dart Adams, as we discuss, dissect and disagree what makes a classic hip-hop album. Are there modern day classics? Are the standards different these days? Speaking of classics, we got a few from Redman, Main Source, K-Solo, Outkast, Rakim, EPMD, Brand Nubian, Double XX Posse, Da Youngsta’s, Smif-N-Wessun, Big L, Ill Al Skratch, plus some new music from both Planet Asia and Evidence. Thank you for tuning in, we know you're gonna love this one. Fly, Eagles, Fly!


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