TrackBlasters Radio: 06.09.17

Da Wednesday Underground Flava – Underground & Old School Tunes Non-Stop Host: DJ P.R. Today, DJ Step One takes us on a trip down memory lane with “The Remix Mix Volume 1”. Press play and enjoy! Record Of The Day: Redman – Rockafella (Remix) Playlist Craig Mack – Flava In Ya Ear (Nashmack Mix) Black Sheep – Without A Doubt (Elm Street Remix) Naughty By Nature – Feel Me Flow (Feel The Funk Mix) Volume 10 – Pistol Grip Pump (Friday Night Mix) Fat Joe – Shit Is Real (DJ Slip Remix) Channel Live – Mad Izm (Buckwild ’95 Remix) **Record Of The Day** Redman – Rockafella (Remix) Keith Murray – The Most Beautifullest Thing In This World (Green Eyed Remix) Jamal – Fades Em All (Pete Rock Remix) Mobb Deep – Temperature’s Rising (Remix) Camp Lo – Coolie High (Ski’s Paradise Mix) De La Soul feat. Common – The Biznizz (Vinyl Reanimators Remix) Diamond D feat. Cru – The Hiatus (Remix) Gang Starr – You Know My Steez (Dobie Remix) Gang Starr – The Militia (Soul Brother Remix) Jay-Z – A Million And One Questions (DJ Premier Remix) El Da Sensei, Pharaohe Monch, Mike Zoot, FT & Prince Po – Frontline (Fat Daddy Remix) Ol’ Dirty Bastard – Got Your Money (White Label Remix) Gang Starr feat. Nice & Smooth – DWYCK (1st Klass Dancehall Mix) Wyclef Jean feat. John Forte – We Trying To Stay Alive (Rocksteady Mix) Download here (right click and save as…)

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Koss feat. A.G. & El Da Sensei – Diggin’ In The Facts [Audio x Download]

“Diggin’ In The Facts” is the new free single by Belgian producer Koss featuring A.G. and El Da Sensei. Koss’s new album “Born To Live” is set to release on September 8th. The producer/emcee collaboration album includes features by Torae, Masta Ace, Large Professor, Craig G, Marley Marl, Blaq Poet, J-Live, Keith Murray, Ruste Juxx and remixes by Large Professor, K-Def, 12 Finger Dan and B-Base. The album will be available on digital/CD via Below System Records and vinyl via Slice Of Spice Records. Diggin' In The Facts (feat. A.G. & El Da Sensei) by Koss

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Eloh Kush & Dus feat. John Robinson, El Da Sensei, A.G. & Stahhr – B-Boy Bonanza [Audio x Download]

This is taken from Eloh Kush & Dus’s upcoming collabo project “AngelDus”, available June 24th. Pre-order here. “AngelDus” is a collaborative 11 song LP from the New Jersey lyricist Eloh Kush of Angelz Inc & producer Dus of Brothers Grimm. The mentality behind creating this album was to bring the listener outside the box of what’s going on in today’s Hip-Hop culture. This was achieved by shining light on the essence of the art form and by featuring higher-level concepts & esoteric ideas within the subject matter from track to track. Also the title of the record is heavy on the influence and direction that the artists strived to create musically, lyrically and content wise: totally mind-altering, head nodding, out the box Hip-­Hop!

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Beneficence, El Da Sensei & Mr. Complex – Rap Is Outta Control Freestyle [Video]

New Jersey emcees Beneficence and El Da Sensei were joined by NYC emcee Mr. Complex as guests on Rap Is Outta Control. They were here discussing Beneficence’s new album Basement Chemistry, El Da Sensei’s upcoming XL album with Sadat X (Brand Nubian), and Mr. Complex’s recent work. Check out the freestyle and share it!

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V.A. – The IV League [Album]

If you’re just now getting familiar with The IV League, welcome. Those of you who keep up with the scene most likely have that one dream-team of artists that you would love to see join forces. This is where the League comes in, specifically stamped and served as an “international fraternity of extraordinary emcees, producers and deejays.” Veteran emcees Ras Kass, Shabaam Sahdeeq and El Da Sensei have been in the mix for quite some time, and still continue to release full length projects year after year that consistently offer something refreshing and satisfying for their worldwide fanbase to sink their teeth into. Their skills have yet to age. So what happens when you get them in the studio with some of Hip-Hop’s more burgeoning talent? Well, it’s the perfect mesh as New York wordsmith El Gant offers his expected, unapologetically piercing lyrics, while Sam Solo, 4rAx and thekeenone step up to the plate and deliver quality bars akin to their seniors. After a handful of released singles under The IV League’s umbrella, coupled with a busy year for all of the artists involved, their full length debut has finally arrived. The versatile, 11 track offering covers quite a large brushstroke of soundscapes for those easily bored, as Snowgoons, Vanderslice, Jake Palumbo, Poetiq Beetz, P Original and more carefully select the proper canvas for each artist and theme. And the outcome is as blunt as it is raw. The IV League ( ALBUM ) by I V League

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Sadat X & El Da Sensei – We Must Stand [Audio]

Fans of East Coast rap stalwarts Sadat X and El Da Sensei have been anticipating something collaborative from the duo known as XL for several years, and it’s finally come to fruition today with the first hint of their group titled release, a non-album standout in “We Must Stand.” If the soul-sampling production here sounds at all familiar, that’s because it’s handled by none other 9th Wonder. The North Carolina producer laced these two living legends with pure, neck-snapping fire that they use to kick knowledge about their worldwide travels, staying independent in a shady industry, and simply keepin’ it movin’. As for ‘XL,’ the album is coming soon on AVX Records/Empire Distribution.

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TrackBlasters Radio: 03.06.15

Da Wednesday Underground Flava – Underground & Old School Hip Hop Non-Stop Host: DJ P.R. Heatrock after heatrock – you know the motto! Record Of The Day: Method Man feat. Hanz On & Street Life – The Meth Lab Playlist CZARFACE feat. Method Man – Nightcrawler **Record Of The Day** Method Man feat. Hanz On & Street Life – The Meth Lab Raekwon feat. Ghostface Killah & Rick Ross – Revory (Wraith) El Da Sensei feat. DJ Devastate & J57 – Show Stoppa (J57 Remix) ASAP Rocky feat. Mos Def, Acyde & ASAP Yams – Back Home ASAP Rocky feat. Kanye West & Joe Fox – Jukebox Joints HASEEB – Game Days The Black Opera – 90z Baby Magestik Legend – Ahhh Joint Russ – Lapped Kendrick Lamar – u ASAP Rocky feat. Joe Fox – Holy Ghost Dizzy Wright feat. Berner – I Can Tell You Need It Berner x B-Real feat. Snoop Dogg & Vital – Faded **Throwback** Jay-Z – A Million And One Questions Jay-Z – Dear Summer Lil Kim – Drugs Download here (right click and save as…)

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TrackBlasters Radio: 18.05.15

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Today’s show includes new heatrocks from El Da Sensei, Jadakiss, Mobb Deep, Russ and Ghostface Killah. Enjoy! Record Of The Day: Ghostface Killah feat. Raekwon & RZA – Return Of The Savage Playlist El Da Sensei feat. DJ Devastate & J57 – Show Stoppa (J57 Remix) Jadakiss – Two Curse Words Mobb Deep – Survival Of The Fittest (ESPN Remix) Russ – Lapped **Record Of The Day** Ghostface Killah feat. Raekwon & RZA – Return Of The Savage Raekwon feat. ASAP Rocky – I Got Money ASAP Rocky feat. Miguel, Rod Stewart & Mark Ronson – Everyday Kendrick Lamar feat. Bilal, Anna Wise & Thundercat – These Walls **J. Period & Black Thought – The Live Mixtape (JB Edition)** Download here (right click and save as…)

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El Da Sensei – Show Stoppa (J57 Remix) [Stream]

In lieu of the one year anniversary of Coalmine Records’ decennary compilation album, ‘Unearthed,’ mixed by DJ Revolution, the Brooklyn-based indie is pleased to present the J57 Remix of the El Da Sensei featured favorite, “Show Stoppa,” which boasts Sweden’s DJ Devastate and Young Pacino on the hook duties, over J’s head nodding remix. To further celebrate the milestone, Coalmine’s pleased to release a limited edition run of Unearthed on cassette. Dubbed the ‘Green Slimes’ for being pressed on green shells, the hour long mix serves as a who’s who of today’s independent Hip-Hop scene, packed with features from both veteran and burgeoning emcees such as Pharoahe Monch, Kool G Rap, Large Professor, The Artifacts, Blu, Sean Price, Billy Danze (of M.O.P.), Big Noyd, One Dae, Skillz, Guilty Simpson, Rah DIgga, Maffew Ragazino, El Da Sensei, and Fashawn, among others. Producers tapped include Diamond D, Nottz, Ayatollah, Marco Polo, Khrysis, along with the Grammy Award Winning, M-Phazes, among others.

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Incredible Cypher Of Hip Hop Legends @ R.A. The Rugged Man Show [Video]

Legendary emcee R.A. The Rugged Man kicks off his Shoot Me In The Head Tour with a star-studded performance in New York City, featuring appearances from the likes of Chris Rivers, Mikey D of Main Source, Grandmaster Caz of Cold Crush, Mighty Mike C of Fearless Four, Dinco D of Leaders Of The New School, El Da Sensei of the Artifacts, Ruste Juxx, and more. The Shoot Me In The Head Tour runs from makes stops in the U.S., Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Poland, and Romania. Full tour dates here.

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Coalmine Records Presents: Remineded (A Collection of New & Old Remixes) [Album Stream]

Brooklyn based Hip-Hop label, Coalmine Records, is pleased to present, ‘Remineded: A Collection of Old and New Remixes.’ Armed with a head nodding, ten track compilation that offers a new spin to their decade deep history, the project from the Brooklyn indie is both a reflection of their noteworthy catalog, and taste of what’s to come. From the GMJ Remix of Supernatural’s “Altitude,” first produced by Marco Polo and released in 2005, to more contemporary remixes featuring the likes of Sean Price, Blu & Guilty Simpson, among others, Coalmine has been adamant in supplying a new wave of Boom bap packed tracks for listeners’ worldwide. ‘Remineded’ features remixes from Hip-Hop’s most coveted acts, including Q-Borough’s emcee, and famed Golden Era producer, Large Professor (Nas, Big Daddy Kane, Mobb Deep, AZ, Cormega,) D.I.T.C.’s Diamond D (KRS-One, Dilated Peoples, Pharoahe Monch, Sean Price) Spanish heavyweights Cookin’ Soul (Nipsey Hustle, Don Cannon, Smif-n-Wessun), Australia’s Grammy nominated M-Phazes (Eminem, Kimbra, Logic, Sean Price) and Brown Bag All Stars’ rapper and producer, The Audible Doctor (50 Cent, Smoke DZA, Fredro Starr, Tragedy Khadafi), amongst others.

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Def Dee feat. El Da Sensei – Yea [Video]

Off of Def Dee’s fortcoming project, “Deja Vu”. Deja Vu is the sophomore release from Seattle’s torch bearing producer / vocalist, Def Dee. Building upon a potent and well received discography that includes a standout beat tape known as “Cheap Heat” as well as his debut album, 33 and a Third (released on Mello Music Group), Deja Vu is Def Dee’s testament to quality hip-hop. The project is a unique listen and plays especially well as a complete album. It has a Lyricist Lounge vibe but Def Dee isn’t simply rehashing the sounds of yesterday; his approach to unquantized rhythms and sample is unique and sonically refreshingly. Though this is Dee’s second full length, it is his first appearance on vinyl through a special venture with Redef Records via friend/mentor, Damu the Fudgemunk. To mark the occasion, Def Dee was given the task of producing a complete work and he delivered with ease, showing that he can bang with the best of them. On Deja Vu, Def Dee acts as music director while an accomplished team of MCs effortlessly covers a wide variety of topics and ideas throughout the program. The album features a handfull of instrumentals alongside guest appearances from Roc Marciano, El Da Sensei, Blu, One Be Lo, Raw Poetic and other creatives. Def Dee is making a strong statement with Deja Vu. Are you listening?

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