Boom Bap Radio – June 20, 2015

The Massacre

    
When killer prisoners from New York freely roam the countryside and a blonde haired, blue eyed woman ends her masquerade as a Black woman, only a racist, psycho could end the week with a bang. The nation turned its lonely eyes to Charleston, S.C. where a racist shot up a church in post-racial America and only prayers and Hip Hop could get us all through the tragedy. We called upon EPMD, Chubb Rock, Das EFX, Lauryn Hill, Diamond D, Queen Latifah, Heavy D & the Boyz, A Tribe Called Quest and so many more to put this massacre in proper perspective. Hey what are y’all doing with those dogs? Ewww – that’s nastyy! It’s Boom Bap Radio!

Da Play List

  1. Strictly Business – EPMD – 1988 – Strictly Business
  2. Stoned Is the Way – Cypress Hill – 1991 – Cypress Hill
  3. Hey Ladies – Beastie Boys – 1989 – Paul’s Boutique
  4. Life’s a B – NaS feat A.Z. -1994 –  Illmatic
  5. I Used to Love Him – Lauryn Hill – 1998 – The Miseducation
  6. The Chubbster – Chubb Rock – 1991 – The One
  7. Now That We’ve Found Love – Heavy D – 1991 – Peaceful J
  8. Pump that Brakes – Diamond D – 2015
  9. Black Rage – Lauryn Hill – 2014
  10. Get Down – Craig Mack – 1994
  11. Funky Enough – D.O.C. – 1989 – No One Does It Better
  12. Flavor of the Month – Black Sheep – 1989 – Wolf in Sheep’s
  13. Next Episode – Dr. Dre/Snoop – 1992 – The Chronic
  14. Dance 4 Me – Queen Latifah – 1989 – All Hail
  15. Love Sick – Gang Starr – 1991 – Step Into the Arena
  16. Buggin’ Out – Tribe – 1991 – Low End Theory
  17. Freakit – Das EFX – 1993 – Straight Up Sewerside

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