DJ PREMIER (LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ NEW FLYER 2016)

DJ PREMIER – LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW FOR AUGUST 19, 2016

DJ PREMIER

LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW

AUGUST 19, 2016

ON SIRIUS/XM SATELLITE RADIO (HIP HOP NATION) CHANNEL 44

FRIDAY NIGHTS
FROM 10pm-MIDNIGHT (EASTERN TIME)

HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR AUGUST 19th, 2016

1. Billy Danze (f. Eyezenpowa & Demorne Warren)–Barclays Music
2. Lyric Jones (f. Rah Digga)–Ski Mask Way
3. Snoop Dogg–Coolaid
4. Jakk Frost–Still Woke
5. Ras Beats (f. Sub Con & Breeze Brewin)–Against The Wall
6. D.I.T.C. (f. Fat Joe, A.G. & O.C.)–New Wave (Sawmill Mix)
7. Reek Da Villian–3rd Rail
8. Torae (f. Freeway & Styles P)–Get Down (Remix)
9. DJ Skizz (f. Planet Asia)–Black Kings
10. Horseshoe Gang–Hyenas
11. Hus Kingpin–Wave Palooza
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12. JVC Force– Stylin’ Lyrics
13. Spoonie Gee–Spoonie Is Back
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14. Roc Marciano–All For It
15. Nutso (f. Royal Flush & Spit Gemz)–Respect Live
16. A-F-R-o & Marco Polo–Joe Jackson
17. MC Eiht & Spice One–Supply
18. Dave East (f. The Game)–Bad Boy On Death Row
19. O.P.M (O.C./PF Cuttin Music)–Beneath The Planet Apes
20. GZA–The Spark
21. Blap Poet–Forever Hood
22. Passport Louis–Ghetto Shit
23. Sadat X (f. Edo G. & Fokis)–Da Hustle Don’t Stop
24. Masta Ace (f. Torae)–High School Shit

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FREEWAY – PRIMATES [VIDEO]

Philly Freezer drops off the video for “Primates” with the following message…

When Freeway proclaims “The beast has awoken!” at the outset of his new “Primates” video, you know that it’s about to get live in these visuals. And sure enough, the Philly Freezer takes viewers on a rowdy tour of Amsterdam, and that includes a wild live show and plenty of mobbing in the streets and subways.

Capturing it all is director Ed Jansen (Ruste Juxx, Rockness Monsta), who follows the rapper and his crew to visually represent their trip overseas. As mentioned, this included a clearly bonkers performance for an equally energetic audience along with some time in the studio with Big Ape. And it’s really the best representation of “Primates,” because the track itself is overflowing with vigor, from Freeway’s bravado-centric bars to Big Ape’s brassy instrumental.