From 27 years ago this weekend, a recording of the Capital Rap Show. As well as the great music from that Summer night, there’s a short interview with one of the greatest Hip-Hop acts on the planet, from when they were still building beats in The Basement [and still known as DJ Pete Rock and Corey Luv] !
There are a couple of pauses on this, but overall it’s dope. Tracks from Ice Cube, Cookie Crew and Comptons Most Wanteds’ 2nd LPs get aired. There’s a World Premiere of a Jazzy Jeff production by Monie Love, and there are cuts lifted from the soundtracks to Boyz N the Hood and Livin Large. Keep an ear open for an unreleased track from UK crew the Outlaw Posse dissing fellow UK Rappers the Cash Crew.
Monie Love – Work it Out
Pete Rock & CL Smooth – The Creator
3rd Bass ID
Ice Cube – How to Survive in South Central
Hijack – Phantom of the Opera
Nice & Smooth – Harmonize
Nice & Smooth – Hip Hop Junkies
Yo-Yo – Mama Don’t Take No Mess
Kam – Every Single Weekend
Comptons Most Wanted – Driveby Miss Daisy
Cookie Crew – Fade 2 Black
Cookie Crew – A Word From The Conscious
Hijack – I Had to Serve You
Nice & Smooth – Paranoia
Cash Crew – BBW
Outlaw Posse – Sons of the Devil
Jungle Brothers – Doin’ Good For Yourself
Jungle Brothers ID
Pete Rock & CL Smooth & The Untouchables ID
Pete Rock & CL Smooth Interview [Pre-Rec]
Notable Westwood fails:
He refers to KAM as KMD and the Ice Cube track as How to Survive in the South !?!