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Station first started as a pirate FM radio station in 2001 in Houston TX running on and off untill summer of 2006. Then the station switched to a shoutcast online stream and has been running on and off ever since.

  • A Tribe Called Quest “Electric Relaxation” (1993)

    “Electric Relaxation” is the second single from A Tribe Called Quest‘s third album Midnight Marauders. In a conversation with XXL, Phife Dawg revealed that the beat was created in his grandmother’s basement by Q-Tip: I just remember coming home from somewhere—my grandmother gave him a key, the whole nine, he used to just go in and do his thing—I The post A Tribe Called Quest “Electric Relaxation” (1993) appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Album Review | Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Bandana

    This album was released on June 28th this year. I really don’t think I need to say much about this album in this preamble. If you’re a Hip Hop fan, you know what this is. It’s probably the most hyped up album of the year. People have been begging for this album to drop for The post Album Review | Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – Bandana appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Black Moon “Rise Of Da Moon”

    Black Moon Announces Their Return With ‘Rise Of Da Moon’ ‘Rise Of Da Moon’ Is Entirely Produced By Da Beatminerz & Includes Collaborations With Method Man, Smif N Wessun & Rockness Monsta ‘Rise Of Da Moon’ Will Be Released On 10-18-19 A New Moon Rises! After recently celebrating the 25th Anniversary of their landmark debut, Enta da The post Black Moon “Rise Of Da Moon” appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Homeboy Sandman “Dusty”

    Homeboy Sandman’s ‘Dusty’ Will Be Released On 10-18-19 Via Mello Music Group Picasso claimed that the purpose of art is to wash the “dust of daily life off our souls.” Homeboy Sandman asks on Dusty, “Why would I complain when I’m alive making art?” In the course of his Mello Music debut, the Queens virtuoso answers The post Homeboy Sandman “Dusty” appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Wu Tang Clan “Method Man” (1993)

    “Method Man” is the B-side to the single “Protect Ya Neck” from the critically acclaimed debut album by the Wu-Tang Clan titled Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). It was a solo track for the first successful solo star of the Wu-Tang Clan, Method Man. The song was chosen for The Source magazine 100 best rap singles. The post Wu Tang Clan “Method Man” (1993) appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Track-By-Track Review: Camp Lo – Uptown Saturday Night

    Hailing from the Bronx, the rap duo of Sonny Cheeba (Salahadeen Wilds) and Geechi Suede (Saladine Wallace) slid into the rap game with their debut record Uptown Saturday Night (inspired by the Poitier film of the same name). With the cover being the crew’s twist on Ernie Barnes and Marvin Gaye joined with rhymes and The post Track-By-Track Review: Camp Lo – Uptown Saturday Night appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Camp Lo “Luchini (This Is It)” (1997)

    Luchini (This Is It) is the lead single released from Camp Lo‘s 1997 debut album, Uptown Saturday Night. The song was produced by up-and-coming producer Ski and used a sample of Dynasty’s 1980 song “Adventures in the Land of Music”. The song became Camp Lo’s biggest hit, peaking at No. 50 on the Billboard Hot 100. The post Camp Lo “Luchini (This Is It)” (1997) appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • LL Cool J “I’m Bad” (1987)

    I’m Bad is the first single from LL Cool J‘s second album, Bigger and Deffer. It was released in 1987 for Def Jam Recordings and was produced by the production group, The L.A. Posse and LL Cool J himself, with Russell Simmons executive producing the single. This single was followed by “I Need Love” and “Go The post LL Cool J “I’m Bad” (1987) appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • Track-By-Track Review: Ghostface Killah – Supreme Clientele (2000)

    I’m a die-hard Wu-head. Ever since I was around 14 or 15, I’ve been down with Wu (Can I get a Suuuuuu?). Going from 36 to Return to 36 to Swords to Linx to Iron Man. Since then GZA and Ghost have battled for my top Wu spot. It was neck and neck between them The post Track-By-Track Review: Ghostface Killah – Supreme Clientele (2000) appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.

  • New Video: Gang Starr f/ J. Cole “Family and Loyalty”

    Gang Starr Is Resurrected With New Video, “Family and Loyalty” Featuring J. Cole  Fab 5 Freddy Directed Video Now Available! Gang Starr is undoubtedly one of the most revered, beloved and influential groups in Hip Hop.  Over the course of their distinguished career, they became a cultural institution and a brand you could ultimately trust.  The The post New Video: Gang Starr f/ J. Cole “Family and Loyalty” appeared first on Hip Hop Golden Age.