Boom Bap Radio – Sept. 27, 2014

Class Is In Session

In what was the first show in September, the Boom Bap Radio Crew did one just for the kids. J-Crush, The Angry Engineer Masta Talka and the C.O. got really Ol. School by playing some hot, fire from the 80’s. Still not over the recent rash of Police Brutality, the crew questioned new shootings of unarmed Black men in South Carolina and Ohio as well as a beating of an unarmed pregnant woman in NYC. We also welcome baby Charlotte Clinton into the world, England into the bombing campaign against ISIS and hint at the Douchey McDouche Bag winner for September. Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force, Run-DMC; The Treacherous Three; Cold Crush, Kurtis Blow and the Fatback Band gave funky lessons in Rap history for the kids. Hey, why are we bombing a 1970’s Saturday morning kid’s show again? – It’s Boom Bap Radio.

Da Play List

  1. Planet Rock  – Afrika Bam/Soulsonic Force – 1982
  2. Cold Crush @ The Dixie – Grandmaster Caz – 1983 – Wildstyle
  3. 8 Million Stories – Kurtis Blow – 1984 – Ego Trip
  4. Peter Piper – Run-DMC – 1986 – Raising Hell
  5. Rock Box – Run-DMC – 1986 – Run-DMC
  6. Hollis Crew – Run-DMC – 1986 – Run-DMC
  7. Can You Rock It Like this – Run-DMC – 1986 – King of Rock
  8. Stick ‘Em – Fat Boys – 1984 – Fat Boys
  9. Five Minutes of Funk – Whodini – 1984 – Escape
  10. 8th Wonder – Sugar Hill Gang – 1981
  11. The Show – Doug E. Fresh/Get Fresh Crew – 1986
  12. It’s Nasty – Grandmaster Flash Furious Five – 1981
  13. I Can’t Live Without My Radio – LL Cool J – 1985 – Radio
  14. Fast Rap – Treacherous Three – 1980
  15. Kim Tim 3 – Fatback Band – 1979 – Fatback XII

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