Episode 72 (Part 1)

• March 17th, 2015
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Wuddup world! It’s your selector from a different sector, Wil Infamous, back with some more goodies here on Nitty Gritty Radio. The month of March is “Women’s History Month” so I thought what better time to do a playlist of powerhouse emcees then right now. I try to refrain from using the term “female emcee” because all the women on this playlist are just EMCEES in my book and don’t deserve to be on a separate list when the discussing some of the best to ever do it.  

So with all that said, Episode 72 (Part 1) is something special. Yes, the ladies represent hard on this mix but what’s also represented is pure lyricism. We got gems from MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, Bahamadia and Lauryn Hill to name a few. Sit back, relax and hail the queens of Hip Hop here on Episode 72 (Part 1).

Playlist:

Lyte As A Rock - MC Lyte

Ladies First feat. Monie Love - Queen Latifah

Daddy's Little Girl - Nikki D

You Can't Play With My Yo-Yo - Yo Yo

Afro Puffs - The Lady Of Rage

Deeper - The Boss

Play My Funk - Simple E

Latifah's Had It Up to Here - Queen Latifah

Da Ladies In Da House Remix (feat. Bahamadia, Precise, Treep, Uneek & Lauryn Hill) - Big Kap & Da Ladies

All Glocks Down - Heather B.

Let it Fall (Ses Remix) feat. MC Lyte - Lin Que

Uknowhowwedu (SKI Remix) – Bahamadia

Final Hour. - Lauryn Hill

Just Another Day... - Queen Latifah

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Episode 72 (Part 2)

• March 17th, 2015
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Episode 72 (Part 2) has a lot of the usual suspects that you can expect from the second part of a Nitty Gritty Radio podcast. This playlist got new gems from Slum Village,  DJ EFN, Add-2, Jay Electronica and Von Pea & The Other Guys to name a few. Good music ya'll, press play and share the vibe.

Playlist:

Push It Along (feat. Phife Dawg) – Slum Village

Monday feat: Von Pea (Tanya Morgan) - The Other Guys

We Earned It (feat. Ras Kass, Black Milk, Black Collar & Cory Gunz) – DJ EFN

Rips in the Paper - Malik B and Mr. Green

Tale Of Two Citiez Freestyle - Add-2

That's Love – Oddisee

Blade: The Art of Ox (feat. Artifacts & U-God) - Cannibal Ox

Come Back (feat. Blu & ScienZe) - Klaus layer

Another Time (feat. Inspectah Deck, Guilty Simpson, M.O.P & Bernz) – DJ EFN

Terry - Action Bronson

Something to Believe In (feat. Nas & Aloe Blacc) – Fashawn

Road To Perdition - Jay Electronica

Porno For Pyros - Your Old Droog

Connect Four (aka Lessondary >>>) [feat. Jermiside, Che Grand, Aeon, Spec Boogie, Ilyas, Donwill & Elucid] - Von Pea & The Other Guys

Stroll - Homeboy Sandman

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Episode 71 (Part 1) Brooklyn Stand Up!!

• February 24th, 2015

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Peace y'all! It's your sound provider Wil Infamous here back with some more of that good ole Golden Era Hip Hop music.  Last week I was lucky enough to host some events with the NBA in Brooklyn, NYC for All Star Week.  I lived in BK from ’02-’10 so I’m familiar with “the planet” but since moving 5 years ago I really haven’t spent that much time back on the borough.  Being there for a week definitely put me back in that New York state of mind but even more so it was a Brooklyn state of mind.

So I decided for Episode 71 (Part 1) to do a playlist full of great emcees born in Kings County. 

Brooklyn…stand up!

Playlist:

Nuff' Respect - Big Daddy Kane

Music Man - Masta Ace

Statik - Jeru The Damaja

U da Man - Black Moon

4th Chamber - Genius/GZA

Bucktown - Smif-n-Wessun

Brooklyn's Finest (feat.The Notorious B.I.G.) - Jay-Z

Story To Tell - The Notorious B.I.G

Still Shining - Busta Rhymes

Astronomy (8th Light) - Black Star

Vital Nerve (feat.BMS) - Company Flow

Wrekonize [Remix] - Smif-n-Wessun

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Episode 71 (Part 2)

• February 24th, 2015

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Episode 71 (Part 2) still reps BK strong with new tracks from Von Pea & The Other Guys, Joey Bada$$, Your Old Droog. Good Hip Hop. Good vibe. 

It's Nitty Gritty Radio....press play.

Playlist:

Revolutionary Ride Music (feat. Your Old Droog, Royce da 5'9", O.C. & Reks) - DJ EFN

Big League Chew - Action Bronson

Chasing Amy (aka In Your Heart) - Von Pea & The Other Guys

Cobb (Prod. by The Alchemist)– Blu

Christ Conscious - Joey Bada$$

All or Nothing - Lewis Parker & Eastkoast

Homicide (Prod. by El RTNC) - Your Old Droog

Ain't Over - Diamond District (Oddisee, yU & Uptown XO)

How Philly Use To Sound (feat. Dayne Jordan & DJ Jazzy Jeff)- STS

Broken Again - Pharoahe Monch

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Episode 70 (Part 1)

• January 27th, 2015
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Yes yes yawl! Nitty Gritty Radio is back with more of that goodie good for our 70th Episode! This playlist, Episode 70 (Part 1), like all of ‘em since Episode 1 will keep your head nodding and teeth showing with gems spanning from 1995-99.

Redman, KRS One, A Tribe Called Quest, Jeru The Damaja…straight bulletproof. Enjoy. 

Playlist:

Pick It Up –Redman

Leflaur Leflah Eshkoshka - Fab 5

High School Rock - KRS-One

Respond – React - The Roots

That Shit (feat. Jay Dee) - A Tribe Called Quest

Longevity (Main Mix) - J-Live

It’s Like That (Remix) - Redman & K Solo

Dignified Soldiers (feat. Big L, Lord Finesse, O.C.) – Show & AG

East New York Stamp - Jeru The Damaja & Afu Ra

99.9 (Remix) - Jeru The Damaja

Tonsil Check - Young Zee

#1 Player - Red Hot Lover Tone

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Episode 70 (Part 2)

• January 27th, 2015
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Episode 70 (Part 2) is highlighted with new tracks from Joey Bada$$, Red Pill, Inspectah Deck, Diatonik and Mello Music Group artist Oddisee feat. Phonte.

Good Hip Hop music that’s getting 2015 started out the right way!

 

Playlist:  

Let Da Horns Blow Feat Walter Beasley (Prod. Pete Rock) - Edo G

Smile (prod. Oddisee) – Red Pill

No. 99 - Joey Bada$$

Made In Black America feat. Ab-Soul (Prod. No I.D.) – Common

Son Of Odin (Prod by Moss) - Inspectah Deck

Bar Mitzvah - Apollo Brown & Planet Asia

No Leads – Diatonik

People of Today Act II - The 1978ers (yU & Slimkat)

Came To Deliver (feat. Wordsworth & Supastition / prod. Black Milk) - Kenn Starr

Naysayers & Playmakers - Ugly Heroes (Apollo Brown, Verbal Kent, Red Pill)

Sunrise (feat. Tea Leigh) - STL GLD (Moe Pope + The Arcitype)

Requiem (feat. Oddisee & Phonte) - Mello Music Group

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Episode 69 (Part 1) Best of Nine Four (’94)

• December 30th, 2014
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Peace world! It’s your boy Wil Infamous here with the last episode of 2014! For this last episode I thought I’d pay homage to one of the greatest years (IMHO) in Hip Hop history, 1994! A plethora of gems were dropped in the year ’94 so I had to supersize this playlist and pack as many jewels as I can in 80 mins. So we got 20 tracks of hot Golden Era fire from start to finish. Much like my Best of ’93 playlist from last year it was damn nearly impossible to fit everyone in. Albums like Pete Rock & CL Smooth’s “The Main Ingredient”, The Gravediggaz “6 Feet Deep”, Dred Scott “Breakin Combs”, Organized Konfusion “Stress: The Extinction Agenda” and others didn’t make the cut but I did try to show some love in the episode’s cover art.

Since this episode is 80 mins long it’ll be the only playlist posted on the podbean site this month (due to space). But don’t fret my Underground/ Indie Hip Hop junkies, I got a Episode 69 (Part 2) playlist available for stream/ download up on the Nitty Gritty Radio Soundcloud page. It got bangers from Your Old Droog, Prhyme, Run The Jewels, Termanology and many more artist that made 2014 one of the best years for true Hip Hop since these ’94 gems dropped.

Here’s the link to the soundcloud page for Episode 69 (Part 2)https://soundcloud.com/nitty-gritty-radio/episode-69-part-2

 

So Merry New year fam and I hope you enjoy Episode 69 (Part 1) Best of Nine Four!

Playlist:

The Most Beautifullest thing in this World (Green-Eyed Remix) - Keith Murray

How About Some Hardcore - M.O.P.

N.Y. State Of Mind – Nas

Time's Up - O.C.

Whutcha Want – Nine

Resurrection – Common

Get It Together Featuring Q-Tip (Buckwild Remix) - The Beastie Boys

On And On – Shyheim

Wrong Side of Da Tracks – Artifacts

Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik – Outkast

Come Clean - Jeru The Damaja

We Run Things (It's Like Dat) - Da Bush Babees

Dwyck - Gang Starr

Unbelievable - The Notorious B.I.G.

Are You Ready - The Beatnuts

Flava In Ya Ear - Craig Mack

9th Wonder (Amina) - Digable Planets

Recognized Thresholds Of – Boogiemonsters

Back In The Day – Ahmad

It Was A Good Day (Remix) - Ice Cube

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Episode 68 (Part 1)

• November 29th, 2014

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Peace y’all! Its your boy Wil Infamous back with another ‘nother here on Nitty Gritty Radio. Now there are two things I hardly ever touch on and that’s religion and politics, but with the social climate the way it is here in the United States its kinda hard not finding yourself praying for a change to the way minorities are treated. Not only here in the United States but all over the world. Now I’m not the dude to get up on a soapbox and start preaching so I decided to do with a little Hip Hop.

Episode 68 (Part 1) has a few tracks that reflect what’s its like to be a minority in America with songs like “Black And Proud” by Intelligent Hoodlum, “Ah Yeah” by KRS-One, “D. Original” by Jeru The Damaja and “Stress” (especially the catching a cab interlude) by Organized Konfusion.  I can’t control the ways of the world but I can control how bright my light shines on this planet, and hopefully this playlist of Golden Era Hip Hop will shine some light in your world during these crazy times.

 Playlist:

 Black And Proud - Intelligent Hoodlum

Rampage feat. LL Cool J – EPMD

All For One  (Version 1) - Brand Nubian

Life Is Like A Dice Game – Nas

Ah Yeah - KRS-One

Reprogram - Channel Live

The Planet - Gang Starr

Return Of The Crooklyn Dodgers - Crooklyn Dodgers '95 (Jeru The Damaja, O.C. & Chubb Rock)

D. Original - Jeru The Damaja

It Don't Matter - Ten Thieves

It's a Shame (Da Butcher's Mix) - Kool G Rap

Stress - Organized Konfusion

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Episode 68 (Part 2)

• November 29th, 2014

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Episode 68 (Part 2) has new heat from De La Soul, Prhyme (Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier), Diamond District and Your Old Droog to name a few.  Hip Hop was never dead, maybe it was just sleeping for a few years. 2014 has shown that the disco nap is over and real Hip Hop is back to take the main stage. Enjoy the moment and dig for gems, they’re out there in full force.

 Playlist:

The People feat. Chuck D - De La Soul

The Season (Prod. J Dilla) – Nas

Get Paid - Joey Bada$$

Courtesy – Prhyme (Royce Da 5'9" and DJ Premier)

Drink Irish (feat. Slaine, Sick Jacken, Sean Price) - Apollo Brown & Ras Kass

Say What You Mean - Diamond District (Oddisee, yU & Uptown XO)

Where The Rhymes At? ("Light Years" Freestyle) - Your Old Droog

Navajo Rugs feat. De La Soul – Stalley

Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar) - Flying Lotus

 

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Episode 67 (Part 1)

• October 28th, 2014
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What’s good fam!? Thank you for finding us for another episode of Golden Era Hip Hop goodies here on Nitty Gritty Radio. This playlist starts off with a drop from one of my all time favorite emcees, Masta Ace. After that you got a playlist of gems from the years ‘93 to ‘96. Episode 67 (Part 1) keeps it more golden than Pony Boy.

Playlist: 

Sittin' On Chrome - Masta Ace Incorporated

T.R.O.Y. (Remix) - Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth

It's Lik Dat - Das EFX

Hittin'Switches - Erick Sermon

Cash In My Hands - Nice & Smooth

Hot Potato - Freestyle Fellowship

Off & On - Trends Of Culture

Shifftee – Onyx

Mr. Scarface – Scarface

So Tough (feat. Queen Latifah) - Freddie Foxx

The Lesson Pt. 1 - The Roots

I Can't Call It - De La Soul

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