This is crazy!
Check out this old school video I found of German music executive, Gerhard Augustin, taking home footage while on a trip to New York in 1992.
While walking around the streets, he just so happens to run into Prince Rakeem (RZA) and other members of Wu-Tang, 8 days before their debut single “Protect Ya Neck” released on RCA Records.
They speak for a while and even discuss possible ventures in Germany; which if I’m not mistaken, they ended up executing.
Check it out below:
I wasn’t going to post anything today, but I’ve got to share this with you guys.
My bwoy Perry from Good Friday Ent just sent me the unreleased album MC Hammer did with Death Row, titled “2Tight”.
I never thought I’d hear this. The album has a bunch of features too; including Kurupt, Luniz, Spice 1 and… 2pac!
Check out the track with Pac and download the album below.
MC Hammer ft. Nuttso, 2pac & Danny Boy – Too Late Playa
Click here to download the album
I wonder what would’ve happened had this been released.
Back when late night talk shows had a little more flavour. I remember wildin out when I saw this air.
Yo Yo, MC Lyte, Treach from Naughty By Nature, A Tribe Called Quest, Fu-Schnickens, CL Smooth, Guru from Gangstarr, DAS EFX, Wu-Tang and KRS One all perform together on The Arsenio Hall Show!
Wow! This is some serious throwback sh*t. I wonder if I watched this when it originally aired.
Check out this crazy clip of Herbie Hancock sampling the voice of kiddie Tatyana Ali on Sesame Street back in the day.
[Shout out to Mick Boogie]
Whoooooooa. I did not expect to find this video on YouTube.
Here’s a throwback video for you – Whodini‘s “Freaks Come Out”. Crazy.
My favourite part about this video – the little kid dancing in it is Jermaine Dupri!