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Finishing up the summer is DJ Rayvon with this heavy hip hop cookout mix. This is a fresh plate of classics guaranteed to keep any event live.
The third plate is here! Mercury and djshersmki have cooked up something nice for when the sun goes down and the
freaks drinks come out.
The summer is moving along, and the days are getting hotter, but that doesn’t stop the grills from heating up each weekend.
DJ Skip brings you a fresh and funky mix just right for any cookout occasion. Enjoy!
Need music for your cookout and your I-Tunes playlist isn’t up to par?
UllNevaNo on the rhymes, and Logic Marselis on the beats. Enjoy!
Stephen Hicks: I remember March 10, 1997 better than I do the prior day’s events. It was a Sunday and I was just leaving church. As we drove the backroads of Brunswick County heading toward my grandmother’s house, I heard the news on the radio: Rapper Notorious B.I.G. was killed last night. I heard the news but I was not flustered. It was as if I expected it somehow. The magnitude of it all didn’t hit until a few hours later while sitting in my grandmother’s den. Damn, Biggie died! Just two days before, I was in the car with my mom when WPGC 95.5 FM premiered ”Hypnotize.” And too be honest… I was not feeling the song but I was delighted with his re-emergence. I always enjoyed Junior M.A.F.I.A.’s stuff but Big was always the central component of that too.
Big made me feel comfortable. Unbeknownst to many, I was the chubby kid in elementary and middle school. I looked up to Big because, from my perspective, he made it cool to carry extra pounds. Each Christmas, I requested a Coogi sweater and a Kangol hat from Cavalier’s with no avail. I was sure the clothes would convince others. Yet, even in my Bugle Boy attire, I was Big. And if you were a fly on my family room’s wall, you would have seen how distraught I was when Spike Jonze didn’t cast me to play Big in the “Sky Is Limit” video. Tears, tears, and mo’ tears.
A particular memory that stays with me involves my main man from back in the day, Corey. He was my next neighbor in Chesterfield during my middle school years. He borrowed a Funkmaster Flex mixtape from his older brother (Funk Flex used to put out frequent tapes). We were playing basketball and blasting the tape for all of Scottingham Drive to hear. Suddenly, immersed in the boom bap vibrations, I heard Big’s voice. He says, “If Peter Piper picked em…” Then he ends with, “I’m rich. I’m going to stay that bitch.” There, confusion rushed me. I stopped dribbling or playing defensive or whatever. Why was Big calling himself a bitch? Corey didn’t know why either. We paused our play and pondered Big’s words. Soon, darkness fell and our moms were signaling our return. Close to three months later, Lil Kim’s debut ”Hardcore” drops. And guess what I hear? Kim spitting those same lines. It was not until I had a little peach fuzz on my chin that I put the pieces together. Still, I have only heard the Biggie version twice since that fateful day with Corey.
This is my story. Every Notorious B.I.G fan has their story too.
djshermski & Stephen Hicks – Heartbreak & Beatbreaks
Hope this receives everyone well and in good health. we have posted the latest installment in the repertoire titled “Heartbreak & Beatbreaks”. Allow me to explain.
Heartbreak & Beatbreaks is a mix session recorded with a simple premise and goal, and that’s to offer the world music composed in the past that has effectively made way for music that we’ve all come to love and enjoy today. Each of the songs selected have to do with love, whether being heartbroken or being engulfed in all that is considered “love”.
Under the careful musical direction of the sound connoisseur Stephen Hicks, this session should offer you not only the capacity to love love or hate love, but to also study just a few of the classic tales before us.
Dedicating or targeting this particular session to a specific person(s) would be terribly sappy and counterproductive. If anything, it’s dedicated to Stephen and shermski. It’s our struggle we share to you.
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1. slum village “the look of love”
2. coultrain “the girl of my dreams”
3. fred williams and the jewels band “tell her”
4. pete rock and c.l. smooth “i got a love (remix)”
5. large professor “dancing girl”
6. the roots feat. jill scott “complexity”
7. cru “my everlovin”
8. coultrain “green”
9. the counts “since we said goodbye”
10. bobby womack “i’m through with proving my love to you”
11. bernie worrell “hold on”
12. the modulations “those were the best days of my life”
13. al green feat. john legend “stay with me”
14. coultrain “love… meaning”
15. bilal “something to hold on to”
16. the emotions “take me back”
17. michael franks “i really hope it’s you”
18. dudley perkins “separate ways”
19. eugene mcdaniels “outlaw”
20. the sylvers “i wish i could talk to you”
21. sly and the family stone “trip to your heart”
22. talib kweli and madlib “what can i do”
Long time coming…here is the album.
Everybody did a hell of a job during the creation of this project. i am glad i the chance to work with Peoples…they are on the same wavelength with me and it all came together. if you want a hard copy of the album for $5.00 USD (shipping included in price), just hit me on myspace or email me @ email@example.com.
1. War (produced by LX)
2. Angels (produced by LX)
3. They Stopped! (produced by LX)
4. Entergalactik (produced by Logic Marsalis)
5. Hundreds On The Table (feat. Benny Hoffman) (produced by Logic Marsalis)
6. They Don’t Know (produced by Logic Marsalis)
7. Viva La Hip Hop (produced by Logic Marsalis)
8. Salaam (feat. Stephen Hicks) (produced by LX)
9. Black Codes (King James Version) (feat. NOVA) (produced by Logic Marsalis)
10. Searchin’ 4 Truth (produced by LX)
11. A Moment In Black History (produced by LX)
12. Entergalactik II (produced by LX)
13. B.V.H.T. (feat. BC) (produced by LX)
14. Time Is Now (produced by LX)
15. On My Hustle (produced by Logic Marsalis)
16. Revelationz (produced by Logic Marsalis)
Recorded and Mixed at Camp Crystal by Logic Marsalis
Arranged and Sequenced by King James and Logic Marsalis
Produced entirely by LX Luthor and Logic Marsalis
ZIP FILE LINK:
Live @ The BBQ…if you need aquick mix for your cookout to end out the summer …this is it. if you love good music and need something rock to on your way to and from work? this is it.
This mix ranges from Fresh Prince to BIGGIE to Tribe to Queen Latifah all the way to Rob Base.
yall get the point…check the music cause that’s what keeps us going everyday…PZ!!!!!!!!!!!
man its late…for the 6th night in a row ive been up at 6am trying to get this record together. i hope this thing takes off because a lot of heart and hard work has been put into this album. From the production to the rhymes, the mixing all the way to down the artwork. niggaz have been working hard behind the scenes. The album will be available for purchase in hardcopy form for my ppl that wanna rock in the whip. Also of course, you will be able to download it to your MP3 Players, Pocket PCs, iPhones, iPods etc..
If you wanna preview the album you can just go to PeoplesLogic.Muxtape.com
There you can hear about 12 streaming tracks from the album.
If you’re not convinced by then I don’t know what to say about your taste in music…
…really, this is a work of art.
This entry was written by albums, beyond and beyond, optimistic outlooks, peoples logic and tagged call me if you want a copy...its official., Email, IM, Muxtape, Myspace, Out Now!!!, peoples logic, Skull Session, Text. Leave a comment or view the discussion at the permalink., posted on 07/11/2008 at 06:33, filed under
i haven't blogged in a minute due to the fact i simply haven't been inspired to blog...
im back at it now.
last week around this time i got in a lil car accident so now i'm pushing nikes. i can't fade gettin the ice creams dirty...i had to box them up for a lil minute.
im glad im still alive and breathing to be able to politik with my niggaz about what we have in store for the world.... Peoples Logic presents Skull Session.
its lookin real fresh ... its in the mix down stage and slated to be released in April.
right now we have about 12 tracks slated to be on the joint but you never know what can go down in the 9th inning. when its crunch time...thats when a lot of inspiration comes (atleast thats what i think)
ahhhhhh.......im running out of words....ill be back later.
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1. “Where The Hip-Hop At?” †
2. “One Beer (Remix)” †
3. “Respect” †€
4. “The Setup” †€
5. “’05 Round The Way Girl” ‡
6. “Just Because” †
7. “Run It Back” §€
8. “Set It Off” †€
9. “Hip-Hop Thang” ‡€
10. “They Don’t Love Me” †€
† recorded at Head Banga Studios (by Shorttay)
‡ recorded at Hard Drive Studios (by Coincide)
§ recorded at Corperate Jungle Headquaters (by Black History)
€ produced by Lexxx Luthor