Bling47 Breaks takes you on a journey into samples used by J Dilla. Filmed, edited and animated and directed by Waajeed.
We make another stop in Philly this week with my close friend Rich Medina. We spoke about a remix I slept on for years, “Oblighetto” by Brother Jack McDuff. I always knew about the record from sampling it on my own but somehow I managed to overlook Dilla’s take on it. When I saw the 45 I flipped – “A fucking 45!” Wow! Rich always had to nack to shock me with records and his extensive knowledge of them. In our convo he made some interesting points. Peep it. - Jeedo
Casey Veggies speaks about:
- His story (0:14)
- The type of student he was at school (0:44)
- Jobs he's had as a teenager growing up (1:10)
- The key to success (1:28)
- His favorite books (1:35)
- What he would call his book, if he were to write one (2:00)
- His one & only tattoo (2:17)
- What he thinks he were in a previous lifetime (2:24)
- How he knows if a woman is wifey material or not (2:31)
- What he has in his pockets (2:43)
- Odd Future & his relationship with Tyler, The Creator (3:08)
- A memorable tour story (3:56)
- His other talents (4:32)
- What keeps him motivated (4:55)
Da More Fire Monday - The Correct Flava To Start Your Week
Host: DJ P.R.
Today's show includes loads of brand new music. Press play and enjoy!
Record Of The Day: ASAP Rocky feat. Lana Del Rey - Ridin'
Pusha T feat. Swizz Beatz - In This Ho (Lambo)
DJ Khaled feat. Kanye West & Rick Ross - I Wish You Would
Rick Ross feat. French Montana - All Birds
Slaughterhouse feat. Swizz Beatz - Throw It Away
Angel Haze - New York
Big Boi feat. UGK & Big K.R.I.T. - Gossip
Nas feat. Rick Ross - Accident Murderers
Wiz Khalifa feat. 50 Cent - Telescope
Prodigy - Live
Foodchain - Gone
Big Sean feat. Mac Miller - Hundred Dollar Bill Skyscraper
**Record Of The Day**
ASAP Rocky feat. Lana Del Rey - Ridin'
Lupe Fiasco - Bitch Bad
Curren$y feat. Pharrell - Chasin' Papers
Mary J. Blige feat. Rick Ross, Wale, Stalley & Meek Mill - Why (Remix)
Wale feat. Stalley & Rick Ross - The Zenith
Miss Special caught up with Nitty Scott, MC in the Bronx before her first performance there at the Ladies Love pop up shop. They began by speaking about doing a street performance for her "Tell Somebody" video and her favorite street performers. When asked why she chose Action Bronson and The Kid Daytona for "Auntie Maria's Crib (The Neapolitan Remix) she replied, "You know that was a New York thing more than anything else.. They're both artists that I am huge fans of, that are my homies as well, that represent that new wave, that new generation of spitters that are coming out with their own modern day styles. I think we're all dope individually so to just put all of that on a track is too swaggy!" She also spoke about rushing the "How I Fly Remix" for Styles P. "They reached out and I was like yo I can knock that out TONIGHT. It was the thing like you gotta write it, record it, and get it back to them the following day so they could drop it that next day.. Weed is the easiest fucking thing to talk about." Coming next for Nitty Scott, MC (hopefully in August) is "The Boombox Diaries Volume One". "This EP is everything.. I tell people all the time, I've been waiting to put out this project my entire life. Despite the fact that I've put out mixtapes and music and every thing. Having one cohesive project that has a concept that's beyond check me out I got skills.. I've shown that I have substance but it has been very skills based. I just wanted to be accepted within the hip hop community as a spitta but now I think they want to get to know the girl behind the bars." When asked what her own sound is she calls it street soul, for now. She also spoke about meeting Large Professor at one of her recent shows, the upcoming Royal Arena Festival in Switzerland, and more.
Produced by DJ Premier. Taken from the forthcoming "Masters Of The Dark Arts" LP in stores July 31st, 2012.
Face discusses his upcoming project, revealing the title and saying that Scarface fans won't be disappointed. He explains that although he didn't produce this album, he had full say over who made an appearance on the project.