Boom Bap Radio – Nov. 15, 2014

41-Years of Zulu Nation Greatness


Still recovering from the weeklong Zulu Nation celebration, J-Crush returned to the fold and the fun ensued. The complete BBR crew, including Masta Talka, The C.O. and Angry Engineer were on hand to discuss all things relevant: magma in Hawaii, the Mid-term election sweep by the GOP, the passing of Rap pioneer Big Bank Hank and the growing controversy over Mrs. Kanye West’s large, round, glistening derriere. Yep, only the most important stuff for our listeners. Oh there was Hip-Hop from Zulu’s too – A Tribe Called Quest; Naughty Nation, Ice-T and our very own J-Crush kept it real and joined with the likes of Divine Styler, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and The Sugar Hill Gang.  Yo C-Span caller – we already knew the GOP hated Obama – you racist. Yeah, yeah we know, Rep. Tim Scott and Rep. Mia Love are just different somehow. We get it. I’m so glad racism is over. Can someone please tell me how to clean off these presidential tar babies? It’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1. Apache – Sugar Hill Gang  – 1981
  2. Planet Rock – Afrika Bam/Soulsonic Force – 1982
  3. Yeah   – J-Crush    – 2008 – The Sampler
  4. Reckless – Ice T  – 1984 – Breakin’
  5. Sucka Nigga – Tribe – 1993 – Midnight Marauders
  6. Craziest – Naughty  – 1995 – Poverty’s Paradise
  7. Herc Yardman   – Kool Herc – 1994 – Super Bad
  8. Sticka – Chuck D / Terminator X – 1994 – Super Bad
  9. Check Yo Self – Ice Cube feat Das EFX – 1992 – The Predator
  10.  The Ultimate – Artifacts – 1997 – That’s Them
  11.  They’re Playing Basketball   – Kurtis Blow – 1984 – Ego Trip
  12. Ms. New Booty  – Bubba Sparxxx – 2002 – The Charm
  13.  Y.O.U. – (5:01) – Meth & Red.  – 1988 – Blackout
  14.  Ain’t Sayin Nothin  – Divine Styler – 2003 – Word Power
  15. Bitch Please – Snoop feat Xzibit and Nate Dogg – 1997
  16. UNITY – James Brown feat Afrika Bam – 1981

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