Boom Bap Radio – Oct. 5, 2013

Shut It Down!

The Boom Bap Radio crew, minus J-Crush, were undaunted by the shutdown of the Federal government. Nope, nothing could stop this Hip-Hop engine. Not House Republicans, not Miley’s lizard-like tongue, not even a protester with gasoline drawers could deter the C.O., Angry Engineer and Masta Talka on this day. The BBR crew was extra inquisitive and wondered aloud why millionaires want to de-fund the Affordable Healthcare Act, why DC police can’t stop a car driven in a circle by a deranged person without using deadly force, even why Nelly was singing R&B in a leather outfit. But no one could question our selection of Hip-Hop and we were going, going; back, back; to Cali, Cali in this episode.  Ice Cube, Souls of Mischief, Hieroglypics, Cypress Hill, Pac, Snoop and The Jurassic 5 were part of the engine driving this funky runaway train. Coming at you like a pack of marauding motorcycle cops and cracking your driver’s side window – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1.  4,3,2,1  – LL Cool J feat. Meth, Redman – 1997 – Phenomenon
  2. Transmitting Live from Mars – De La – 1989 – 3 Feet High and Rising
  3. Change in Speak – De La – 1989 – 3 Feet High and Rising
  4. What’s More –  De La – 1989 – Hell on 1st Avenue
  5. Big Brother Beat – De La  – 1996 – Stakes is High
  6. 93 ‘Til Infiniti –  Souls of Mischief – 1993 – 93 ‘Til Infiniti
  7. Streight Up Menace  – MC Eiht – 1993 – Menace II Society Soundtrack
  8. Brenda’s Got a Baby – 2Pac – 1991 – 2Pacalypse Now
  9. Check Yo Self – Ice Cube feat Das EFX – 1992 – The Predator
  10. Crazy – Snoop feat Nate Dogg – 1999 – Blue Carpet Treatment
  11. You Never Knew – Hieroglyphics – 2003 – 3rd Eye Vision
  12. We’re All in the Same Gang – West Coast All-Stars – 1993
  13. Quality Control – Jurassic 5 – 2000 – Quality Control
  14. How I Could Just Kill a Man – Cypress Hill – 1991 – Cypress Hill
  15. Make Room – Alkaholiks – 1993 – 21 & Over
  16. Last Call – Alkaholiks – 1993 – 21 & Over
  17. Can’t Tell Me Nothing – Kanye – 2007 – Graduation
  18. Consumerism – Lauryn Hill – 2013

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