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TrackBlasters Radio: 24.07.17

Posted on July 24, 2017

Da More Fire Monday - The Correct Flava To Start Your Week

Host: DJ P.R.

Heatrock after heatrock - you know the motto! Press play and enjoy.

Record Of The Day: Wu-Tang Clan - SAVOR.WAVS (Remix)


Wu-Tang Clan - Don't Stop

**Record Of The Day**
Wu-Tang Clan - SAVOR.WAVS (Remix)

**Throwback #1**
Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Wear: The Garment Renaissance

Masta Killa feat. Boy Backs & Moe Roc - OGs Told Me
Supastition - Thanks, Ghost
Jarren Benton feat. Big Cheeko - Tears

**Throwback #2**
Wendy Rene - After Laughter (Comes Tears)

Jay-Z - 4:44
VvG - Building Fund Freestyle
Puff Daddy feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Rick Ross - Watcha Gon' Do
Puff Daddy feat. The Notorious B.I.G. & Rick Ross - Bad Boy Watcha Gon' Do (Dre Day)

**Throwback #3**
The Notorious B.I.G. - Real Niggaz Do Real Things
Funkmaster Flex & Big Kap feat. Snoop Dogg - Real G's

Planit Hank feat. Styles P, Conway & Lil Fame - Finish Him
Raekwon - The Reign

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Planit Hank feat. Styles P, Conway & Lil Fame – Finish Him [Audio]

Posted on July 18, 2017

Styles P, Conway and Lil Fame join producer Planit Hank on his new single "Finish Him". Listen below.

Planit Hank feat. Canibus, Kool G Rap, Chris Rivers & DJ Evil Dee – The Omen [Audio]

Posted on December 18, 2016

Producer Hank Homage, aka Planit Hank teams up with Canibus, Kool G Rap, Chris Rivers and DJ Evil Dee for a new song called "The Omen".

Says Hank:

"My idea behind this song was to give hip-hop something they haven't heard before and I always wanted to hear a Canibus and Big Pun collaboration due to the unfortunate events of Pun's passing. Years later, thanks to Chris carrying on the torch of one of hip-hop's Legends, hip-hop has a chance to hear these two emcees come together for the good of the culture. With the addition of G Rap, we get to also reignite that magic we heard on Allied Meta Forces. To close it out, the Legendary DJ Evil Dee from Black Moon gives us that boom bap stamp of pure hip-hop. That piece of Duck Down, with the cuts on hooks, brings it home for a song that was two decades in the making."

Listen below.