Nipsey Hussle Victory Lap for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means we’re closer to the weekend. Since returning to work, I’ve gotten a chance to listen to more music this week. My playlist consisted of All Eyez on Me Disc 1, Life after Death CD 2 and The B. Coming from Beanie Sigel. The Dead Prez & Outlawz mixtape, an unreleased Dogg Pound CD and the Lil Baby also was played. My selection came from the last album that was in my selection this week. Despite not being over 10 years old, this is still a classic from an artist we lost last year. It’s ... [read more]

Mystikal Ain’t No Limit for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s almost the weekend. My playlist this week only consisted of Fat Joe’s Loyalty album and 112’s Pleasure and Pain. Since I’ve been home all week the only album that was played was Unpredictable from Mystikal. Mystikal will be the featured artist this week. The Unpredictable album was his No Limit Records debut and it went on to go platinum. The Unpredictable album was the first No Limit project Snoop jumped on as he still wasn’t signed to the label. Speaking of No Limit Records, on ... [read more]

Fat Joe John Blaze for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means it’s closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted Common’s Like Water for Chocolate, a Jadakiss and Raekwon mixtape. Bizzy Bone’s Thug Revenge and Styles P Master of Ceremonies also were played. One joint off some of Jadakiss’s collaborations mixtape caught my attention.  John Blaze is the track and it’s my Throwback Thursday track of the week, John Blaze is off Fat Joe’s Don Cartagena album and it features four of New York’s coldest spitters. When you have Raekwon, Nas, ... [read more]

2Pac Changes for Throwback Thursday

I see no changes, wake up in the morning and I ask myself, is life worth living should I blast myself. These are the opening line to 2Pac Changes, which is part of his Greatest Hits double album. 2Pac would’ve turned 49-years-old if he wasn’t murdered in Vegas on September 7th of 1996. Changes were released after his death and it’s one of his most impactful records ever. 2Pac Changes talked about racism, gun violence, mistreatment of black people by the police and the war on drugs. Does any of that sounds familiar in 2020? The track was ... [read more]

Candy Rain by Soul for Real for Throwback Thursday

Once again, we have arrived at another Thursday which means we’re closer to the weekend. My playlist this week consisted of quite a few gems like the new album from Wale. We also checked out Petey Pablo’s debut, the 2nd Steady Mobb’n joint and Eve’s first album she put out. Playa Fly’s project called Fly Shit was also part of that playlist, but we are going in another direction for this one. The last album that was played took me back to the mid-90s. Soul for Real hit the scene with their debut album, Candy Rain and it went platinum. The title ... [read more]

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