Boom Bap Radio – January 11, 2014

RIP Civil Rights Icon Amiri Baraka

A root toot tootie toot, a rap tap tootie yeah – the Boom Bap Radio Crew – was back together again for the first time in 2014. Resident MC and Zulu J-Crush reunited with the C.O., Angry Engineer and Masta Talka to bid adieu to literary great and international legend Amiri Baraka. However, they couldn’t ignore the elephant in the room and expressed their collective humiliation and heart-break for those members of NJ Gov. Chris Christie’s staff who closed lanes outside of the GWB bridge for shits and giggles. We also examine Dennis Rodman’s strange relationship with a dick-tator and cheered a weekend thaw-out after again surviving record cold in the Tri-State. Don’t worry, before The Worm could start singing again, we played more of the internet’s best Hip-Hop. MC Shan, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, Gang Starr, De La Soul, Artifacts, and Eminem all did their things. Don’t plead the 5th or put your cussing baby up on YouTube. – It’s Boom Bap Radio!

Da Play List

  1. The Bridge  – MC Shan – 1987  – Down By Law
  2. Human Beatbox –  Fat Boys  – 1984  – Fat Boys
  3. Something’s Going On – Heavy D  – 1994 – Nuttin But Love
  4. Above the Clouds – Gang Starr/Inspectah Deck – 1998 – Moment..
  5. I Can’t Hold it Back – K-Solo – 1992 – Time’s Up
  6. The Bridge Is Over – KRS-ONE – 1987 – Criminal Minded
  7. 8 Million Stories – Kurtis Blow – 1984  – Ego Trip
  8. Cha Cha Cha  – Flipmode – 1998 – Imperial
  9. Oh Yeah  – Rottin Razkals – 1995 – Rottin to Da Core
  10. Get Lifted – Keith Murray – 1994  – Most Beautifulist Thing
  11. Electric Relaxation – Tribe – 1993 – Midnight Marauders
  12. The Interview – Artifacts – 1997 – That’s Them
  13. Proteck Ya Neck – Wu – 1993 – Enter the Wu  36 Chambers
  14. Call Me D Nice – 1990 – D Nice – Call Me D Nice
  15. Momma Gave Birth to the Soul Children – Queen Latifah – 1989
  16. Too Much Posse – PE – 1987 – Yo Bum Rush the Show
  17. The Monster – Em feat Rihanna – 2013 – Marshall Mathers LP 2

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