Boom Bap Radio – February 2, 2013

Happy Jazzy Black History Month

Boom Bap Radio opens Black History Month on Ground Hog Day by paying tribute to the American art form of Jazz. Without J-Crush, the remaining crew: The CO, Angry Engineer and Masta Talka, journey into an alternate universe where Jazz, Hip-Hop and Neo-Soul meld to make the world a funkier place. We say peace out to Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, and prep for Valentine’s Day by chatting up the man–love of Ronny Tuiasosopo. We also chat up the Super Bowl XLVII and help Chris Brown deal with his anger management issue. Digable Planets, Brand New Heavies, Grand Puba, Lords of the Underground and Trends of Culture join us for this jazzy ride – So, don’t those chicken wings – it’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1. Wrong Side of the Tracks – Artifacts – 1994 – Between A Rock and a Hard
  2. Transit Ride – GURU – 1993 – Jazzmatazz Vol. 1
  3. Ex-Girl to Next Girl – Gang Starr – 1992 – Daily Operation
  4. Lord Jazz Hit Me One Time – LOTUG – 1993 – Here Come the Lords
  5. Who Makes the Loot – Grand Puba – 1992 – Heavy Rhyming Experience
  6. A Peace of Light – Roots – 2010 – How We Got Over
  7. Walk Alone – Roots – 2010 – How We Got Over
  8. The Frog – Q-Tip and Will I Am – 2006 – Sergio Mendes – Timeless
  9. The Choice is Yours – Black Sheep – 1991 – A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing
  10. My Life – Mary J. Blige – 1995 – My Life
  11. Valley of the Skinz – Trends of Culture – 1993 – Trendz
  12. Still Standing – Pharoahe Monch feat. Jill Scott – 2011 – WAR
  13. Stop Shammin – Big Daddy Kane – 1993 – Looks Like a Job For
  14. Go – Common – 2006 – MTV My Block: Chicago
  15. For Corners – Digable Planets – 1994 – Blow Out Comb
  16. Appt @ The Fat Clinic – Digable Planets – 1993 – Reachin’
  17. Umi Says – Mos Def – 1999 – Black on Both Sides

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