Monthly Archives: January 2007

CREEZY HYPE

Bobby Able passed along this “Crazy” remix by Punchline. It’s available here as a 7″ on Punchline Records. Punchline- Creezy Hype (Punchline Records, 2006) Advertisements

STUTTER STEPPIN’ TO THE AM

Two of the illest shuffle beats ever from a woman who can’t seem to go away and a group that barely was. Production-wise, Chubb Rock and Howie Tee & the 45 King are timeless on these two: Seeborn and Puma- They Call Me Puma (Select Records, 1987) Queen Latifah- Princess of the Posse (Tommy Boy, […]

I’M INTERCONTINENTAL WHEN I EAT FRENCH TOAST

Rap, like all music, knows no bounds. The Sugarhill Gang scored a world-wide success in 1979 with “Rapper’s Delight” (climbing into the Billboard Top 10 in the UK) and soon after that electro-funk became an underground phenomena at choice clubs in Europe. From the beginning, as quickly as new sounds were created they were to […]