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09/24 - My Melody (old school hip-hop night) @ Resident - Los Angeles 
10/01 - PR+MJ @ 7th St Entry with DJ Dave Paul - Minneapolis
10/01 - PR+MJ @ Madrone Art Bar with DJ Jeff Harris - San Francisco  
10/07 - That BIG 80s Party @ Public Works - San Francisco 
10/09 - Prince and MJ @ Coda - Philadelphia
10/15 - That BIG 80s Party @ Resident - Los Angeles 
11/05 - Prince and MJ @ Madrone Art Bar - San Francisco 
11/19 - Prince and MJ @ Resident - Los Angeles 
11/26 - Prince and MJ @ Nectar Lounge - Seattle
12/03 - Prince and MJ @ Madrone Art Bar - San Francisco
12/17 - Prince and MJ @ Beauty Bar - Chicago, IL

more info: The Prince and Michael Experience l That 80s Show l Funkytown

from our 80s parties
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from our Prince and Michael Jackson parties
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Do you miss real rap music? Me too. So instead of just complaining about it
we decided to do something about it. Enjoy this episode.

Here's even more rap to listen to on Spotify

the RETURN OF THE DJ series
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Volume 1 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol1
Volume 2 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol2
Volume 3 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol3
Volume 4 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol4
Volume 5 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol5
Volume 5.5 - http://bit.ly/rotdj5pt5
Volume 6 - http://bit.ly/rotdjvol6

Listen to the entire series on Spotify

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ESSENTIAL HIP-HOP ALBUMS for your collection:

DOC - No One Can Do It Better
Ultramagnetic MC's - Critical Beatdown
Lord Finesse - Funky Technician
Alkaholiks - 21 & Over
Masta Ace - Slaughta House
Del - I Wish My Brother George Was Here
Main Source - Breaking Atoms
KRS One - Criminal Minded
Diamond and the Psychotic Neurotics - Stunts, Blunts, & Hip-Hop
Fugees - The Score
Black Sheep - A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
Gang Starr - Step In the Arena... continue reading

DJ CRAZE : watch DJ Craze as he murders it #realdjing

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Artist: Mikey D and the LA Posse
Title: Bust A Rhyme Mike/My Telephone/Dawn - 12"
Label: Public Records - 1987
Producer: Paul C and Mikey D

Before his contributions to SuperLover C and Ultramagnetic, the late great Paul C lent his production talent to the likes of Mikey D (former Main Source M.C.) for a solid 3-song single. The A-side, "Bust A Rhyme Mike," was pretty typical fare, but the B-side had much more to offer. "My Telephone" was a slammin' mid tempo cut with lyrics and music that owe a lot to the early Fresh Prince stuff. DJ Johnny Quest added some above average scratching of the ubiquitous "Late Night" break, making for an entertaining and somewhat amusing track. The final song, "Dawn," was another entry into the "beatbox+nasty lyrics" genre inspired by Slick Rick and Just Ice.

record review by DJ Shadow

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