TrackBlasters Radio: 11.09.17

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Today’s show includes new music from the likes of Audio Push, Childish Major, Pete Sayke and Tha God Fahim. Press play and enjoy! Record Of The Day: Tha God Fahim – Don’t Go Summer Playlist Audio Push – Planet Earth Is Live Childish Major – Supply Luh Pete Sayke feat. Add-2 – On Everything The Council feat. Kabaka Pyramid, Koro Fyah & Massy The Creator – Misery Jay-Z feat. Damian Marley – Bam Sister Nancy – Bam Bam **Record Of The Day** Tha God Fahim – Don’t Go Summer Chris Rivers feat. Lydia Ceaser – Old Thing Back **Throwback** Naughty By Nature – The Megamix Fugees – Fu-Gee-La Jay-Z – Moonlight **Throwback #2** Cam’ron feat. Jay-Z & Juelz Santana – Welcome To New York City Jay-Z – Hear Of The City (Ain’t No Love) Jay-Z – The Ruler’s Back Wu-Tang Clan – Rules Wu-Tang Clan feat. Redman – People Say Download here (right click and save as…)

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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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TrackBlasters Radio: 03.07.17

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Today’s show is all about Hov’s brand new LP, “4:44”. Press play and enjoy! Record Of The Day: Jay-Z – Marcy Me Playlist Jay-Z – December 4th Jay-Z feat. Gloria Carter – Smile Jay-Z – Blueprint (Momma Loves Me) Jay-Z – 4:44 Jay-Z – Kill Jay-Z Jay-Z feat. Damian Marley – Bam Mavado feat. Jay Z – I’m On The Rock Damian Marley – R.O.A.R. Fat Joe & Remy feat. Jay-Z & French Montana – All The Way Up Jay-Z – Caught Their Eyes DJ Khaled feat. Beyonce & Jay-Z – Shining Beyonce feat. Jay-Z – Deja Vu Fugees – Fu-Gee-La Jay-Z – Moonlight Jay-Z – The Story Of O.J. **Record Of The Day** Jay-Z – Marcy Me Download here (right click and save as…)

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TrackBlasters Radio: 05.08.16

Da Fat Friday Afternoon – The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend Host: DJ P.R. Happy Friday, ya’ll! Record Of The Day: French Montana feat. ASAP Rocky – Said N Done Playlist Drake feat. PARTYNEXTDOOR – With You PARTYNEXTDOOR – Don’t Do It For You No More Kehlani – Gangsta **Record Of The Day** French Montana feat. ASAP Rocky – Said N Done H.T.M. feat. Royce Da 5’9″ – Hard To Find Nick Grant – Nobody The Notorious B.I.G. – You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You) Troy Ave – Hot Boy DJ Khaled feat. Nas – Nas Album Done Fugees – Fu-Gee-La Fugees – How Many Mics Five Steez – Mic To The Check ScHoolboy Q – JoHn Muir Mac Miller feat. Anderson. Paak – Dang! Action Bronson, Mark Ronson & Dan Auerbach – Standing In The Rain Chris Webby feat. Jarren Benton & Locksmith – Suicide Squad J57 – Sound Design Vol. 1 Demo Download here (right click and save as…)

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TrackBlasters Radio: 18.05.16

Da Wednesday Underground Flava – Underground & Old School Tunes Non-Stop Host: DJ P.R. Today, DJ Filthy Rich takes over TB Radio with his “90’s Reggae Hip Hop” mix. Light one up, press play and enjoy! Record Of The Day: Back on Friday! Playlist Intro Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb (Filthy Rich blend) Mikey Jarrett – Mack Daddy Shaggy – Gunshot Shaggy – Gunshot (Beemin RMX) Jamalski – Put It On (Filthy Rich blend) Cheshire Cat – Boom Shot Dis (Sabotage) (Filthy Rich blend) Burro Banton – Boom Wa Dis (Hip Hop RMX) Super Cat – South Central (DJ Clue RMX) Bush Babees – Swing It Lady Saw – No Long Talking (Filthy Rich blend) DJ Filthy Rich – Agony In De Dance (Party Break) Ini Kamoze – Here Comes The Hotstepper (LP Version) Fugees feat. Mad Spider – Boof Baf (Refugee Doodle RMX) Super Cat – Ghetto Red Hot (Hip Hop Remix) Bounty Killer feat. Cocoa Brovas – It’s A Party (Filthy Rich blend) Shabba Ranks & KRS-One – The Jam (Back To The Bridge Mix) Mad Stuntman – I’m The Mad Stuntman (Mad Hip Hop mix) Major Mackeral – Hot (Filthy Rich blend) Bounty Killer/Michigan & Smiley – Fed Up/Tom’s Diner (Filthy Rich Remix) Shabba Ranks – Trailor Load A Girls (Filthy Rich blend) Patra feat. YoYo – Romantic Call Lil Vicious & Dougie Fresh – Freaks Mad Lion feat. Method Man – Take It Easy (Filthy Rich ReFix) Red Fox – Dem a Murderer (Original +

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TrackBlasters Radio: 14.12.15

Da More Fire Monday – The Correct Flava To Start Your Week Host: DJ P.R. Today, the legendary DJ Babu (of Dilated Peoples) takes over the TB Radio airwaves with his dope “Barbershop Classics 2” mix. Enjoy! Record Of The Day: Back on Wednesday! Playlist No playlist available today Download here (right click and save as…)

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Wyclef Jean On How Relationship With Lauryn Hill Influenced “The Score” & Much More [Video]

Wyclef Jean and Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV sit down at SXSW for in depth conversation about Wyclef’s career. In part 3, Wyclef talks about how the energy from his relationship with Lauryn Hill shaped the making of The Score. “The best music is always created when its based from fact of truth. That’s the only way the public can relate to it. So when you put yourself out there…This is your therapy…This don’t really come from me. Stevie Wonder was doing it long before me. Ray Charles was doing it way before me. Prince…Because of the relationship it definitely added to a certain emotion that wouldn’t be there. Inside The Score, you can listen from beginning to end, there is an undertone that you feel going on”. Wyclef also elaborates on what he meant when he called Ms Hill his muse and creative chariot in his autobiography ‘Purpose: An Immigrant’s Story’. Clef goes on to talk about making the transition from The Fugees to his solo album The Carnival. Part 3 includes much more from Wyclef talking about his creative process (writing songs in the shower) to working in the studio with Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina to collaborating with Dizzy Wright. Check out the video for much more. We are just getting started. Tune in Friday for part 4 of Nick’s conversation with Wyclef! Wyclef got his start as a crucial member of hip-hop trio the Fugees in the mid-1990s. Since winning multiple Grammys

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Wyclef Describes How The Fugees Came To Be, Meeting Lauryn Hill, Working w/ Salaam Remi [Video]

Wyclef Jean and Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV sit down at SXSW for in depth conversation about Wyclef’s career. In part 2, Wyclef talks about how The Fugees originally came to be when Pras introduced Clef to Lauryn Hill and Marcy, who later left the group. Wyclef tells story of how at the time when Pras told him that he had a band with two girls, Clef was more interested in what the girls looked like than actually being in the band because he was a teenage boy. Wyclef states that someone that doesn’t get enough credit for the early days of The Fugees is Khalis Bayyan original producer for Kool & The Gang, who is the first producer to have The Fugees in the studio and recognize that there was magic there, helping them craft the album which eventually became Blunted on Reality. Clef goes on to explain how the groups diverse individual musical backgrounds all combined to make what eventually became the Fugees sound. As the interview continues Clef tells stories about how The Fugees debut album Blunted on Reality was a commercial failure and how their label Sony didn’t know what to do with them. Clef adds that working with Salaam Remi helped them simplify their sound going into their sophomore album The Score which was recorded in The Booga Basement. Check out the video for much more. We are just getting started. Tune in Wednesday for part 3 of Nick’s conversation with Wyclef! Wyclef

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