It’s impossible to deny that from the first scratch of “when the east is in the house…oh my god, god, god…” you’re open. That’s the legacy that MC Outloud and DJ PF Cuttin’ have. One of the most recognizable joints from the era, and a piece of a puzzle that went by the name “Blah Blah Blah“, which was the sole full length release from the group Blahzay Blahzay. PF Cuttin produced the entire project. In fact over the years he’s produced for numerous hip-hop artists like Action Bronson (buy) and Labba. He’s released 100+ mixtapes since 1994, and has DJ’d all over the world.

Recently I was lucky enough to interview DJ PF Cuttin, who recounted the creation of the classic hip-hop staple Danger, details why they never released a follow up (as Blahzay Blahzay) and talks NY hip hop.

Oh my god…god…god…

— Read my interview here

#theruler

(Source: eyeknowhiphop, via hip-hop-life)

A good dig today!

"…I rocks hardcore even when I dress suited, on some business shit my street is deep rooted…"

– Outloud, of Blahzay Blahzay, from the song Danger

What up y’all? I joined up with a fresh new hip hop blog called <em>Hip Hop Certified</em>. Imma be reviewing classic stuff I dig up and also interviewing golden era rappers and talking hip-hop. So stay tuned…I’ll be re-posting content here.

Stay blessed and keep diggin’.

I’ll be back to regular posting after the holidays y’all! I’ll be digging in the meantime. Happy holidays!
- Special
#SaturdayDig: Capadonna The Pillage. Dope album overall&#8230;if only for the first three joints and the last track, definitely give it a spin.
#SaturdayDig: Capadonna The Pillage. Dope album overall&#8230;if only for the first three joints and the last track, definitely give it a spin.

#SaturdayDig: Capadonna The Pillage. Dope album overall…if only for the first three joints and the last track, definitely give it a spin.

Been connecting with lots of classic/influential hip-hop artists over the last little while...2014 I'm going to start a new "segment" called "5 questions with..."
Hoping to capture their perspectives on the current scene as well some of the learnings and stories from their careers.
I'll be gathering questions from some of y'all too...so stay tuned!!
#realhiphop

Rapper Freddie Foxxx was supposed to meet up Eric B — who was looking for an MC to team up with — back in like 1986. For whatever reason, he missed that meeting. Subsequently Eric B ended up meeting with rapper Rakim…you know the rest.

That’s a big what if right there!

Long live the B side!