An exhilarating tour de farce into the guts of trauma, obsession and cognitive capitalism. Listening to the show, which aired from 1990 to 1998, was the equivalent of puffing blunts in a housing project staircase where some nobody kid with a funky fro was freestyling with the power of Black Jesus. We were the last of the underground that could be commercial, says , who once battled the late on the show. I have to get on a plane in a few minutes, so I'll keep ths brief for now, but let me just say that with these two chaps, it felt like it was 1990- the timing, the jokes, the fun. Listen to it, and within 10 mins, you will be laughing, guaranteed. Juicy Fruit gum - the taste is gonna move you! Please be respectful to other users. The circumstances of his death in the neighboring country were not well explained today.
Featuring footage and photographs taken by their fans, as well as input from their audience the world over who offer their opinions on the band and recount their experiences, the film explores the reasons behind One Direction's huge success. Documentary about the London-based pop quintet. Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives dura 90 minutos. All would loyally tune in for the offbeat humor just as much for the exclusive tunes. Nick is currently directing Con Artistes, a documentary about the theatre program in Sing Sing Prison. I found the freestyle not the entire show unfortunately.
We were just in the zone. Enjoy the following: listeners freestyling and getting dissed, listeners trying to diss but getting slayed, some yo-yo-yo-yo-yo-yo speed demonstrations, me rapping about snacks, the concentration clappping song about. Photo by Matt McGinley This is the second film Bob has directed. The bad boys of rock have celebrated a career that has seen them sell millions of albums and perform thousands of concerts. Although the film serves as his autobiography, Garcia frames the tale of the station through the various wild boy personalities that joined him and Stretch in the studio. His body was buried immediately after his death, raising the suspicions of premeditated murder.
The total record sales for all the artists that premiered on their show exceed 300 million. Respect the community, and do not consign their comments to the memory hole. Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives is a love letter to a gritty yet magical era when life might have been illmatic, son, but every Thursday night we always had something to look forward to. The Final Tour ended up being comprised of 164 concerts over two years, all ending with a hometown gig at Los Angeles' Staples Center. The next day, as I sat at Def Jam, I played the tape over and over, just loud enough for anyone walking by to hear so I could explain that yes, finally, we were on the air. This tape is mad distorted, the levels are bonkers, but it still sounds milk.
In 2006, Stretch partnered up with dance-rock-electro luminary Dominique Keegan in his famed Plant Music label, where they are preparing several international releases from the likes of Kasper Bjorke, The Glass, Eli Escobar, Kap10Kurt and Jesse Tittsworth, amongst others. During the 1990s, Stretch and Bobbito introduced the world to an unsigned Nas, Biggie, Wu-Tang, and Big Pun, as well as an unknown Jay Z, Eminem, and the Fugees. This documentary brings the issue back to the fore and tries to publicly clarify some obscure facts of the history of Brazil. A love for both house music and New York's weekend hip-hop mix shows led him to begin deejaying during his high school years. Always message the mods instead of attacking users in public. A few of his subjects include Barry White Vibe , DAngelo Wax Poetics and Lauryn Hill The Source.
João Goulart known as Jango had been democratically elected president of Brazil, but was expelled from office after the coup of April 1, 1964. On the same show, Big L passed through. Stretch and Bobbito serves as a brilliant magic carpet ride to the now-bygone era of hip-hop. During that period when I was writing features for The Source and Vibe, there were many insomnia-fueled Thursdays when Id pull all-nighters listening to the show. But as the neighborhood gentrified, this haven for a diverse, unlikely community faced its strongest challenge, inspiring its biggest devotees to next-level greatness. Our film is a story of how we—two quirky friends who were real nerds—became unlikely hip hop legends by engaging our listeners and breaking the biggest rap artists ever.
After that, Jango lived in exile in Argentina, where he died in 1976. One night in 1995, I was beer and blunt buzzed, and I dialed up the station to profess how much I enjoyed a Fat Joe freestyle Id just heard. Blurring the lines between fact and fiction, truth and artifice, and between documentary and drama, Gaglianone has created a film within a film. The failure to diversify the economy has insured control by outside, unrestricted corporations with the support of politicians kept in their positions by these very same companies. A lot of the things we were doing on the air sounds planned but none of it was. His earliest clients included Nickelodeon and Saatchi and Saatchi. This show was a big deal for me because Nas, who already was a legend to us back then, spit over a beat I had made that day.
While the station could have the weed cloud slash spilled beer feel of a hip-hop animal house, women such as former Vibe editor Mimi Valdez and publicist Zuhirah Khaldun-Diarra also worked at the station. This tape will be posted. Some very entertaining lines were spit and the energy was trumungous. I haven't reviewed many shows in their entirety, but this episode of Krunchtime what we came to call the 4-5 a. For passionate skiers around the globe, however, the time of year can never undermine the enthusiasm for their next great day on snow.