The vintage freestyle legend, Tim Westwood, unearths a Freeway session from 2003 when the State Property was spitting over 50 Cent’s “In Da Club.”
Before Kanye West became Yeezus, he and John Legend were just a couple of guys trying to live out their dreams to become stars in this music industry. Tim Westwood captured both at their hungriest back in 2004.
Tim Westwood continues dropping the dopeness from back in the day as he releases this vaulted freestyle from Flipmode Squad members Spliff Star and Busta Rhymes.
Mighty Mos Def showed up on Tim Westwood’s show back in 2000 and delivered some bars after a slow start. Yeah, you should listen.
Tim Westwood continues dropping historical heat and this installment features Talib Kweli and Novel from 2002 tearing it down.
Tim Westwood has some jewels in the vault. This time around, he goes back to a 1996 freestyle courtesy of Ghostface Killah, Cappadonna and Jeru The Damaja. 18 minutes of brilliance.
You got an hour to spare? If so, you should spend it listening to this Wu Tang Clan freestyle from 1997 that lasts just over 52 minutes. Props to Tim Westwood for unearthing this gem.
The emptying of the vault continues for Tim Westwood as he drops this 21-year-old freestyle from Method Man and Redman.
How’s this for a random team up? Guru is joined for a freestyle by Harlem World’s Ma$e and Blinky Blink when all three were at the Tim Westwood show back in 1998. It’s more of a Blinky and Ma$e showcase with Guru dropping in here and there but it’s certainly you should check out.
Back when Canibus was the fiercest rhyme animal on the planet, both he and Wyclef dropped by Tim Westwood’s show to menace the microphone for 10-minutes. If you weren’t aware of how dope Canibus was, now you should.