• Lost Boyz Legal Drug Money Dropped 25 Years Ago Today
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    Lost Boyz Legal Drug Money Dropped 25 Years Ago Today

    The 90s had so much talent that there were a lot of groups or artists that got overlooked. One of those groups was the Lost Boyz. The Lost Boyz consisted of Mr. Cheeks, Freaky Tah, DJ Spigg Nice and Pretty Lou. They released their debut album 25 years ago today. Legal Drug Money was the name and it debuted #1 in the hip hop/R&B category. Legal Drug Money eventually went gold off the strength of an unprecedented five singles. Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz were the first single to be released. It dropped way back in the late summer of 1995. The track was the typical Lost Boyz sound…

  • Outkast Elevators for Throwback Thursday
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    Outkast Elevators for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. My playlist this week started off with the Exodus album from the late, great DMX. Trill by Bun B, Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP 2 and Premro 2 by 8Ball was also played. Kizzy Rock, the joint from Talib Kweli & HiTek and Ice Cube’s Peace album made the list also. Any of those albums would be worthy of being featured, but I’ll go in a different direction. The History of the Dungeon Family mixtape was also played and it had some bangers. If you didn’t know, the Dungeon Family included Organized Noise, Outkast, Society of Soul and…

  • Big Mike All A Dream for Throwback Thursday
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    Big Mike All A Dream for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. We had a mixture of hip hop and R&B again this past week. Jodeci’s Forever My Lady, Al B. Sure and TLC’s CrazySexyCool were represented for the R&B side. Back for the First Time by Ludacris and Teflon Don by Rick Ross were a couple joints played. Eminem’s Relapse album, followed by mixtapes from 2Pac and T.I. was also played. As always, we are going in a different direction for the featured Throwback Thursday track. We are going with Big Mike and his album Still Serious. Many people may remember him as Willie D’s replacement for the…

  • Pastor Troy Face Off Released 20 Years Ago Today
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    Pastor Troy Face Off Released 20 Years Ago Today

    If you’re from the south, fan of hip hop or from Georgia then you know all about Pastor Troy. Pastor Troy has been putting out music since 1999. Many people know of him because his beef with Master P and No Limit Records. 20 years ago today, Pastor Troy released his fourth album, Face Off. Face Off put Troy on the map as it was his first joint with a major label. Troy signed with Universal Records so now he started getting some publicity. Before the album was released, No Mo Play in GA was heard on so many mixtapes during that time. We all know that track was directed…

  • Sugar Hill by AZ for Throwback Thursday
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    Sugar Hill by AZ for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. We had a couple of old-school gems this week to start off with. 2 Hype from Kid-N-Play and the King of Rock from the legendary Run DMC. Muddy Waters by Redman, the debut joint from Spice 1 and the Soul Food Soundtrack were played also. The new school was represented with the Detroit mixtape from Big Sean and The GOAT project from Polo G. We going to take you back to 1995 for the featured Throwback Thursday joint. We are going with AZ and his classic debut album Doe or Die that dropped in October of 1995.…

  • Three 6 Mafia Gotcha Shakin for Throwback Thursday
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    Three 6 Mafia Gotcha Shakin for Throwback Thursday

    Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. My playlist this week was as diverse as it has ever been. Make It Last Forever, Emancipation of Mimi and the Raymond vs. Raymond joint from Usher represented for the R&B side. Blood Money, Trap or Die 2, The Documentary 2 from Game and Paid in Full was for hip hop. For my Throwback Thursday, I’ll take you in another direction. Mystic Stylez by Three 6 Mafia was also played this week. Mystic Stylez was their debut album and it definitely grabbed my attention when it was released in 1995. The following album, Chapter 1: The End…