The State of Ferguson, Mo.
You just know things are all kind of messed up in the world when the one year anniversary of shooting death elicits events from those celebrating the life of the victim and that of the gunman. Be it â€œRIP Michael Brownâ€ or â€œHappy Darren Wilson Dayâ€ todayâ€™s racial divide seems to be right in the American heartland and if you know us, weâ€™ve never met a divide we couldnâ€™t exploit. The BBR crew of The C.O., Angry Engineer and Masta Talka were a divisive as ever and giggled like children at the chasm of racial despair. Fresh-off an Olâ€™ School concert in Da Brick City, all hands were on deck to work the black seam. Afrika Bam and the Soulsonic Force, Joeski Love, T. La Rock, Melle Mel, Slick Rick, Snoop, Dre. Ice Cube and Run-D.M.C. all pitched in for comedy gold and the best Hip Hop on the web. What? I really canâ€™t have one of your tasty burgers? Seriously? Dude, donâ€™t have a Big Mac Attack! â€“ Itâ€™s Boom Bap Radio.
Da Play List
- White Lines – Grandmaster Flash & Furious Five – 1983
- It’s Like That – Run-D.M.C. – 1984-Â Run-D.M.C.
- Hey Young World – Slick Rick – 1988 – The Great Adventures
- Planet Rock – Afrikaa Bam/Soulsonic Force – 1982
- Poetry – BDP – 1987 – Criminal Minded
- Buffalo Girls – Malcolm McLaren – 1982
- Pee Wee Dance – Joeski Love – 1986
- It’s Yours – T. La Rock – 1984
- Lodi Dodi – Snoop – 1993 Â – Doggystyle
- Freestyle – Ice Cube/Rev. Run/DJ Premier – 2015
- Lefleur Leflah – Heltah Skeltah – 1996 -Nocturnal
- F’ You – Dr. Dre – 2001 – The Chronic II
- Gimme Some More – Busta – 1998 – Extinction Level
- Too Much on My Mind – LOTUG – 1991 – Future w/o A Past
- Times Up – O.C. – 1994 – Word…Life