The man who proclaims to be Top 5 connects with his Lox brethren and the emcee who is known as Top 5 of all time for the track “Rain.”
With a pro wrestling term as the title, the most unlikely of tag teams are put together as Alchemist brings together Migos and Mac Miller for the track “Jabroni.”
Sheek Louch and Swizz Beatz reunite for this cut from the SBG2 project.
The Artist Formally Known As Sense joins fellow Chi-Town rapper Lil Bibby as the duo drop knowledge over Jake One production on “Speak To Em.”
More freestyles from The Ghost as he tackles Jeremih & J. Cole’s “Planes.”
Styles P gets busy over Rick Ross and The Dream’s “Money Dance.”
DJ Eclipse digs in the crates and finds this gem from The Stretch & Bobbito show that features Big Pun and Fat Joe. But let’s get it from the words of Eclipse.
I always recorded my guest sets on KCR so I couldn’t for the life of me understand why I wouldn’t have the one Riz and I did when Fat Joe brought up Big Pun for the first time (along w/Armageddon & Keith Nut). Come to find out I forgot to label the tapes with the date. Anyway, seems only fitting to post this today on Pun’s birthday. Joe starts the interview (151:40) and plays some joints off his album before introducing everyone to the mic (167:42). I threw on “Broken Language” and Pun set it all off. Other dope moments were the Pumpkinhead, Natural Elements and O.C./Poops promos that Bob started off the night with before Riz got on (10:20) and showed off (see Nas Remix). Bobbito plays a demo set in the middle of the show (113:15) before Terror Squad arrives and then I close it out (179:22). And what would a Stretch & Bobbito show be without comedy from Lord Sear (228:30) For more insight on this Pun appearance check out the movie “Stretch & Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives”.
The artist formally known as the Mighty Mos Def drops this ode to Tamir Rice, who was the 12-year-old gunned down by police in Cleveland last year.
You thought that Chris Rivers would stop dropping new music after releasing Medicated Consumption? Nope. The son of Big Pun is back at it with this new joint featuring Emilio Rojas and Whispers titled “The Life.”
Your Old Droog takes it back to his childhood when all he cared about was playing basketball and watching Seinfeld.