Thursday, June 10th, 1993 (Black Moon, The Fantastic 4, 5, 6, N-Tense, Pretty Boy Floyd, Smif-N-Wessun, Smoothly Ripped)

Stretch's Comments (on July 9th, 2007): “What's ‘sup kiddies? I had to dip out of town again and the files that I wanted to post are too big to take with me and even attempt to post from a hotel room. Served up for your listening pleasure are parts one and two of a slamingo KCR episode from June 10th, 1993, a little more than fourteen years ago. By this point in time, Black Moon had already come out as a new group to take seriously. I regret not having shown up to the video shoot for Who Got the Props, especially since they bigged up me (and Bob) at the end of the record. That bugged me out, for real; to hear my name on wax! (You laptop Serato youngsters don't know how easy you have it.) Anyway, it would be cool to go to YouTube on my new iPhone and watch Who Got the Props with my cameo...but it just ain't so. So...on this show Black Moon was scheduled to come up and they were bringing Smif-N-Wessun who we hadn't known yet. But they left an indelible mark on my ears after ripping shit lovely that night. This had me amped. You'll also enjoy it when I threw on LL Cool J’s Back Seat of My Jeep, probably to annoy Bobbito. There's another live appearance by a group named N-Tense of which I have no recollection. On part two, you hear a funny musical episode that was recorded in my bedroom on a hot summer day, featuring muddy, echoed-out vocals by Reef, Ghetto Communicator, Bonz Malone and Cage. 4, 5, 6 and Justice League was in effect and the sound of the bong is real. And so is the static. This was early enough in our radio 'career' to actually worry about profanity. Haha, that's funny.”

Total Duration:

3 hours, 39 minutes, 36 seconds.

Total Size:

175 MB.

File Quality:

112 CBR MP3s.


Talk with Bobbito
Jeru the Damaja
– Come Clean
Diamon-D & the Psychotic Neurotics – You Can't Front ft. Sadat X & Lord Finesse
Fat Joe
– Flow Joe
Tha Pharcyde – Passin' Me By (Stretch Armstrong Mix)

Redman – Hardcore ft. EPMD
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth – Death Becomes You ft. YG'z
Akinyele – Dear Diary ft. Rob Swift
Ultramagnetic MCs
– One Two, One Two
Talk with Stretch & Bobbito
Black Moon & Smif-N-Wessun
– '93 Stretch & Bobbito Interview & Freestyle
– Down with the King ft. C.L. Smooth & Pete Rock
Nikki D
– Your Man is My Man (Large Professor Remix)
Wu-Tang Clan – M.E.T.H.O.D. Man
The Nubian Crackers – Do You Wanna Hear It? ft. Artifacts
Mobb Deep
– Hold Down the FortGrand Puba – Mind Your Business
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
– It's Not a Game
– Ak Ha Ha! Ak Hoo Hoo?
– Am I My Brother's Keeper
– Watch His Back ft. Curt Cazal
Talk with Bobbito
N-Tense & Pretty Boy Floyd
– '93 Stretch & Bobbito Interview & Freestyle
– Slam (Instrumental)
Erick Sermon
– Hittin' Switches
The Beatnuts
– Reign of the Tec
LL Cool J
– Back Seat of My Jeep
The Knucklehedz – All She Wanted (Remix)
Prime Minister Pete Nice & Daddy Rich – Kick the Bobo (Beatnuts Remix)
– Funk Mode
– In the House
Party Break
Dr. Dre
– Puffin' on Blunts and Drankin' Tanqueray ft. Lady of Rage, Dat Nigga Daz & Kurupt
The Beatnuts
– Psycho Dwarf
Souls of Mischief
– That's When Ya Lost
Intelligent Hoodlum
– At Large (Marley Mix)
Mobb Deep – Hit It from the Back
Freestyle with Stretch & Bobbito
Talk with Bobbito
Rhythm X / Kool Keith, Percee P & Godfather Don
– Stretch & Bobbito Promo
Black Moon
– U Da Man (Remix) ft. Dru Ha, Havoc & Smif-N-Wessun
Mad Kap
– Proof is in the Puddin'
Prime Minister Pete Nice & Daddy Kane – Verbal Massage (Part II)
Brand Nubian
– Steal Ya Hoe
– Attitudes
– Bootlegga
Motion Man
– Mo' Like Flows On (Remix)
Ultramagnetic MCs – Two Brothers With Checks
Talk with Bobbito
The Fantastic 4, 5, 6 & Smoothly Ripped
– '93 Stretch & Bobbito Interview & Freestyle
Talk with Bobbito


Unknown said...

Yo! Where can I grab these tapes!?! I'm fiending

Unknown said...

Yo! Where can I grab these tapes!?! I'm fiending

Unknown said...

Hey i'm just wondering if these can be downloaded or bought or anything? I used to have all this stuff but I lost it somehow, stretch really put together some wicked beats and remixes.

Anonymous said...

Right After The Beatnuts' "Psycho Dwarf", It's DJ Shadow and Asia Born's "Count and Estimate".

Anonymous said...

The Party Break contains the following samples:
*"It's a New Day" by Skull Snaps ('73)
*"Jungle Boogie" by Kool and the Gang ('73)
*"Hihache" by Lafayette Afro Rock Band ('73)
*"Starfish and Coffee" by Prince ('87)
*"The International Zone Coaster" by Leaders of the New School ('91)
*"Down Here on the Ground" by Grant Green ('70)
*"Stoned is the Way of the Walk" by Cypress Hill ('91)
*"Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg ('92)
*"Passin' Me By" by The Pharcyde ('92)
*"Microphone Fiend" by Eric B. & Rakim ('88)
*"The New Rap Language" by Spoonie Gee and The Treacherous Three ('80)
*"The Funkiest" by Funkdoobiest ('93)

Dove said...

all links on this website seem to be dead now :(

any chance they could be re-uploaded (e.g. to MEGA) - or can they be found elsewhere?

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