Da Wednesday Underground Flava - Real Hip Hop Non-Stop
Host: DJ P.R.
Heatrock after heatrock - you know the motto!
Record Of The Day: J. Cole - Can I Holla At Ya
Nas - Back When
Wu-Block - Crack Spot
Curren$y feat. Jadakiss - Clear
Raekwon feat. Faith Evans - Hold You Down
Skyzoo - Floor Seats With Young
Skyzoo - Grew Up on Kool-Aid
Jay-Z - Roc Boys (And The Winner Is...)
Ludacris feat. Nas & Jay-Z - I Do It For Hip Hop
Joell Ortiz feat. Jadakiss & Saigon - Hip Hop (Remix)
DJ Khaled feat. Scarface, Nas & DJ Premier - Hip Hop
**Record Of The Day**
J. Cole - Can I Holla At Ya
J. Cole - Tears For ODB
**Homegrown Heat: Megaloh - Auf Ewig Mixtape**
Megaloh x Creutzfeld & Jakob – Anfangsstadium (21 Edition)
Megaloh x Stieber Twins – Schlangen sind giftig (21 Edition)
Megaloh x Eins, Zwo – Vogelperspektive (21 Edition)
Megaloh x Curse – Wahre Liebe (21 Edition)
Megaloh x RAG – Ohne Gewähr (21 Edition)
Megaloh x Freundeskreis – Esperanto (21 Edition)
Massachusetts producer CHEATCODE gives Nas' classic "Street Dreams," taken from his sophomore album It Was Written,' a rather imaginative mashup of the time-honored single. By combining elements of both Aerosmith's 1973 single "Dream On" and Ol' Blue Eye's vintage ballad "Young at Heart," over CHEATCODE's crushing percussion, trembling bassline and crunchy synths, the Commonwealth producer skillfully blends over five decades of music history into one seamless remix. Conceptually, the remix reveals the juxtaposing vantage points of a young Nas revisiting his childhood dreams of being rich, while a seasoned Frank Sinatra dreams of buying back his youth. This remix is now available for free download.
"I don't know exactly what's gonna happen with it yet, but that song is gonna be heard by the world one day," producer Ht-Boy says.
"I'm an open canvas, a clear canvas and an excited painter with a shaky hand," Nas says.
"Time would really make me feel it, or not," the MC says about his latest studio album "Life Is Good".
“I caught a lot of heat for that [hat],” Nas said. “People were mistaking that for Puffy style, but he came to me like ‘This is what you’re doing now. I see it. I know you gonna do the mink.’ “We were going back and forth on the things we saw growing up as New Yorkers, African Americans, watching the older guys doing it. So when we wore it in the video, people didn’t get it. They thought it was over the top, and it was, but it was a style that we were representing that we grew up watching, and adored.”
Previously: Nas Hennessy Concert In NYC [Video]
Nas performs "Daughters" from his latest studio album "Life Is Good" at HennessyVS Concert in New York City. Watch himt perform "Bye Baby" and "The Don" below.
Pac Div's very own Like takes on the challenging task of remixing track four off Nas' "Illmatic".
Previously: Nas: The 92Y Interview [Video]