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.
You already know by now just how much Tim Westwood has stashed in the vault. For this installment, we go back to 2004 when Method Man paid him a visit and went wild on the mic.
From the vaults from Tim Westwood comes this freestyle from twelve years ago.
Eminem, Proof (R.I.P), Swifty & Stat Quo go in with a freestyle for 25 minutes! First time ever released in full. Throwback from 2004 when Encore was released.
Tim Westwood continues to drop excellence in the form of these vintage freestyles. For this edition, he digs back to the year 2000 when the late Guru and the artist formally known as Sense kick rhymes over Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode.”
Tim Westwood is at it again as he unearths a freestyle from 1995 where Ol’ Dirty Bastard goes bananas.
As we close in on the release of Kanye West’s next album, Tim Westwood unearths a freestyle from back in 2004 where the Chicago emcee/producer rhymed over “Slow Jamz” & “Change Clothes.” You may be familiar with the verses that he spits from spots he did with Slum Village, Dilated Peoples, Talib Kweli and Jadakiss but it’s dope to see nonetheless.
Tim Westwood’s vault of freestyle sessions is impressive and this one might be the finest moment of them all. Back in 1999, Eminem was just starting his reign as a rap superstar but hit Westwood’s show with Proof to shred mics for 13 minutes over LL Cool J’s “4,3,2,1” and Nas’ “Hate Me Now.” Listen to excellence. #RIPProof