Episode 34 (The Crossover)

  1.    Ja Rule – It’s Murda feat. Jay-Z & DMX

  2.    DMX – Niggaz Done Started Something feat. The LOX & Mase

  3.    Mase – 24hrs To Live feat. The LOX, Black Rob & DMX

  4.    Black Rob – Whoa

  5.    LL Cool J – 4, 3, 2, 1 feat. Redman, Method Man, Canibus & DMX

  6.    The Beatnuts – Watch Out Now

  7.    Big Punisher – 100 Percent

  8.    50 Cent – P.I.M.P. (G-Unit Remix) feat. Snoop Dogg

  9.    Mos Def – Ms. Fat Booty

  10.    Common – The Light

  11.    Cam’Ron – Oh Boy feat. Juelz Santana

  12.    Ja Rule – Holla Holla (Remix) feat. Murder Inc, Busta Rhymes, Memphis Bleek & Jay-Z

  13.    Jay-Z – Parking Lot Pimpin’ feat. Beanie Sigel & Memphis Bleek

  14.    G-Unit – Stunt 101

  15.    Clipse – When The Last Time

  16.    Noreaga – Superthug

  17.    KRS-One – Step Into A World (Bad Boy Remix) feat. Puffy

  18.    The LOX – Money, Power, Respect feat. DMX & Lil Kim

  19.    Nas – Hate Me Now feat. Puffy

  20.    Fat Joe – John Blaze feat. Nas, Raekwon, Jadakiss & Big Pun

  21.    Noreaga – Banned From TV feat. Nature, Big Pun, Cam’Ron, Jadakiss & Styles P

  22.    Shyne – BadBoyz

  23.    Busta Rhymes – Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See

  24.    M.O.P. – Ante Up (Remix) feat. Busta Rhymes, Teflon & Remy Ma

  25.    Gang Starr – Full Clip

  26.    Snoop Dogg – Bitch Please feat. Xzibit

  27.    Dr. Dre – Forgot About Dre feat. Eminem

  28.    P. Diddy – Bad Boy For Life feat. Black Rob & Mark Curry

  29.    Beanie Sigel & Freeway – Roc The Mic

  30.    Freeway – What We Do feat. Jay-Z & Beanie Sigel

  31.    Fabolous – Breathe

  32.    Cam’Ron – Built This City feat. Juelz  Santana & Jim Jones

  33.    Dame Dash – Champions feat. Kanye West, Cam’Ron, Young Chris, Beanie Sigel & Twista

  34.    Kanye West – Through The Wire

  35.    Scarface – Guess Who’s Back feat. Jay-Z & Beanie Sigel

  36.    Jay-Z – Anything

  37.    Cam’Ron – Horse & Carriage feat. Mase

  38.    Lord Tariq & Peter Gunz – Déjà vu (Uptown Baby)

  39.    Ghostface Killah – Cherchez LaGhost feat. U-God

  40.    Q-Tip – Vivbrant Thing

  41.    AZ – Problems

  42.    Erick Sermon – Music

  43.    Nas – Made You Look (Remix) feat. Jadakiss & Ludacris

  44.    Kanye West – Jesus Walks (Remix) feat. Mase & Common

  45.    Talib Kweli – Get By (Remix) feat. Jay-Z & Busta Rhymes

  46.    Method Man & Redman – Da Rockwilder

  47.    G-Dep – Special Delivery (Remix) feat. Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray & Craig Mack

  48.    Jay-Z – Big Pimpin’ feat. UGK

  49.    Jermaine Dupri – Money Ain’t A Thing feat. Jay-Z

  50.    Jay-Z – Money, Cash, Hoes feat. DMX

  51.    Ruff Ryders – Ryde Or Die

  52.    The LOX – Ryde Or Die, Bitch feat. Eve

  53.    Redman – I’ll Be Dat!

  54.    Lauryn Hill – Lost Ones

  55.    Clipse – Grindin’

  56.    Ludacris – Southern Hospitality

  57.    Juvenile – HA (Remix) feat. Jay-Z

  58.    Dead Prez – Hell Yeah (Remix) feat. Jay-Z

  59.    Trick Daddy – In Da Wind feat. Cee-Lo & Big Boi

  60.    Young Bloodz – 85 feat. Big Boi

  61.    OutKast – Ms. Jackson

  62.    The Roots – You Got Me feat. Erykah Badu & Eve

  63.    Mobb Deep – Quiet Storm

  64.    Nas – Nas Is Like

  65.    Onyx – Shut ‘Em Down feat. DMX

  66.    The Notorious B.I.G. – Dead Wrong feat. Eminem

After pumpin' out 33 boom-bap filled episodes, we're deviating our signature sound on #34 to present The Crossover. On this episode, we highlight the sounds of the late 90s and early 2000s. Think back when major labels were still relevant. When Def Jam was owning the charts. When No Limit and Cash Money were battling for southern supremacy. Back when you heard a beat and immediately knew if it belonged to The Neptunes, Swizz Beatz, Just Blaze, Kanye West, Dr. Dre or Timbaland. Back when the indie movement was slowly bridging the gap and when the underground starting becoming more mainstream with the help of Mos, Kweli, The Roots and Common. Back when Busta would appear on every remix and Nas Made You Look! We're taking it back when 50 dominated the airwaves and the beefs and DMX set off that whole Ruff Ryders movement. At the break we discuss the impact this era had on hip-hop, mainstream America and we get into a heated discussion about Jay-Z. We all lived through this era. Love it or hate it, in typical TIP fashion, we guarantee to entertain while bringing back plenty of memories for ya'll.

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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!