Words from DJ Eclipse:
Since Saturday (March 21) was Preem and Pro’s birthday, I figured I would do a short medley of some of their work on my Rap Is Outta Control radio show last night (Sunday March 22). The show airs every Sunday on Sirius XM so in order to listen to the entire show you gotta subscribe. Here’s the first 30 minutes of the show though so you can see what you’re missing.
Words from DJ Eclipse:
All month long, Def Jam has been hosting mixes by 30 different DJs to celebrate the historic label’s 30th anniversary. With the likes of Tony Touch, DJ Scratch, Mister Cee buy levitra and Afrojack involved, it’s been a star-studded affair. But the label saved the best for last. DJ Premier just unveiled his mix for the masses, and it’s something to behold. Check out Primo’s mix below, and head over to Def Jam’s site to check out the other 29 mixes by some of the best in the game.
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This is from earlier this year, but I didn’t post it up yet so now I cartoon porn videos do it.
It’s hip hop month over at Diplo & Friends and Diplo got DJ Premier to start with the first hour.
Montrose – Bad Motor Scooter
The Doors – Five To One
Steve Miller Band – Fly Like An Eagle
Rush – Tom Sawyer
Steve Miller Band – Take The Money And Run
Alice in Chains – Would
The Police – Voices Inside My Head
Pink Floyd – Another Brick In The Wall (Part 1)
Heart – Magic Man
ZZ Top – Cheap Sunglasses
Rage Against the Machine – Bulls On Parade
AC/DC – Back In Black
Yes – Leave It
Simple Minds – Alive And Kicking
Talking Heads – Burning Down The House
Morrissey – Suedehead
U2 – Beautiful Day
M.O.P. – 187
DJ Premier – My Influences (feat. NYG’z)
38 Spesh – The Meeting (Problems Or Peace) (feat. Kool G Rap)
Nas – Nas Is Like
Ea$y Money – Nothin’ Alike (feat. DJ Premier)
Joell Ortiz – Project Boy (feat. DJ Premier)
Cerrone – Rocket In The Pocket
Isaac Hayes – Ike’s Mood
The Lady of Rage – Chemical Burn
Showbiz – PLAY
DJ Premier talks the story behind some of his classic track, nothing new for most of us but it’s alway fun!
A good number of Hip-Hop fans would consider DJ Premier to be one of the top 3 producers of all time, so when the opportunity knocked to get in the studio with Premo and talk about some of his classic records, we ran to the door and let that mothafuckin opportunity in! We got with Premier for our latest audio-biography.
We posted the short version recently, here’s the full dope mix: