Classic Track B.G. Living Legend for Throwback Thursday

Welcome to another Thursday, this means we’re getting closer to the weekend. Let the Rhythm Hit ‘Em, Mean Green No Limit compilation, Come Home with Me by Cam’ron was on my playlist. Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP, a personal mixtape and a slow jams CD was also on the list. The final album that made the list will have one of its tracks as my featured Throwback Thursday joint. The album is It’s All On U Vol. 2 from B.G. B.G. released Volume 2 just a few months after the release of Volume 1. I’ve said many times before that B.G. was my favorite ... [read more]

Twista Overnight Celebrity with Kanye West for Throwback Thursday

Welcome to another Thursday, this means we’re closer to the weekend. My playlist consisted of a mixture of R&B and some hip hop of course. Musiq Soulchild, Jamie Foxx and the debut from Jagged Edge was for the R&B side. For hip hop, Busta Rhymes, the Beautiful Struggle from Talib Kweli, Ice Cube’s debut and Twista. The Adrenaline Rush 2007 album from Twista was on my playlist, but it made me think about some older Twista. We’re going back to the album after his classic, Adrenaline Rush which was the Kamikaze joint. It took Twista almost ... [read more]

Nas Affirmative Action Featuring the Firm for Throwback Thursday

Welcome to another Thursday, which means we’re closer to the weekend. For many of us, this was a short week seeing that Labor Day was on Monday. My playlist this week consisted of the King’s Disease album, NWA Greatest Hits and the Released Therapy album from Ludacris. 8Ball & MJG, Big Boi’s debut album and a 2Pac mixtape was also played this week. For this Throwback Thursday, there’s a lot to choose from when it comes to these artists. With Nas celebrating his 47th birthday in 5 days, we have to go with him. On his new album, the Firm ... [read more]

Brandy and Monica The Boy is Mine for Throwback Thursday

Welcome to another Thursday, this means we’re closer to the weekend. Many of us will have a three day weekend with Labor Day being Monday. My playlist was once again pretty nice with albums like YG’s My Krazy Life. My 1994 hip hop disc 1, J. Cole Greatest Hits Disc 2 and Jermaine Dupri’s Life in 1472 albums were played also. There were couple others, but we’re going in another direction for this week’s Throwback Thursday. With the record breaking Verzuz that took place between Brandy and Monica, we had to go there. It’s been said that over 6 ... [read more]

Mama Said Knock You Out Released 30 Years Ago Today

LL Cool J is known as one of the greatest rappers of all-time. LL burst upon the scene in 1985 with Radio and held his own for decades. 30 years ago today, LL Cool J released his fourth album, Mama Said Knock You Out. Mama Said Knock You Out was the follow-up to his platinum selling Walking with a Panther. Walking with a Panther produced four classic LL Cool J tracks, so how was Mama Said Knock You Out? It seemed like the people really loved the album because it eventually went double platinum. LL dropped five singles off the album. Around the ... [read more]

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