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Da Underground Sound

On This Day in Black Music History – March 30, 1962 – Here Comes the Hammer!

http://[mixcloud width=100% height=60 hide_cover=1 mini=1 light=1] Happy Birthday Stanley Burrell a.k.a. MC Hammer born on March 30, 1962.         I still remember that night at the Oakland Coliseum- November 29, 1989.  It was two weeks before my 12th birthday.  Was saw Patrick Ewing go for 40 as the Knicks took on the Golden State Warriors.  Of course I was there rockin the Raider Nation black hoodie […]

todayMarch 30, 2022 36 2

Album Reviews

Album Reviews : Continuance by Curren$y & The Alchemist

              Continuance - Curren$y & The Alchemist -!!!1/2 This now familiar collaboration between rapper Curren$y and producer Alchemist is kinda like Jambalaya and Caviar- an unforeseen pairing yet surprisingly satisfying.  While on the surface, you wouldn't think of mixing the two, after consumption you think to yourself- why not?!                 As the title indicates, Continuance is the follow-up […]

todayMarch 25, 2022 21 2

Da Underground Sound

On this Day in Black Music History – 3 Feet High and Rising

De La Soul released their critically acclaimed debut album, 3 Feet High and Rising, on this day, March 3rd in 1989. This album quickly developed into one of Hip-Hop's first classics on the strength of the catchy, smash single "Me, Myself, and I".  De La Soul is officially comprised of Long Island MC's Posdnuos a.k.a. Plug 1, Trugoy the Dove a.k.a. Plug 2, and DJ Maseo a.k.a. Plug 3.  Its important […]

todayMarch 3, 2022 24

Album Reviews

Album Reviews : The 7th Hand by Immanuel Wilkins

The 7th Hand - Immanuel Wilkins !!!! As a traditional Hip-Hop crate digger, I spend so so much time still enjoying many of the Jazz greats (especially Hard Bop) from decades past.  I have to consciously remind myself to stay open for new artists.  Brother Immanuel Wilkins make my job much easier.  His 2020 debut, Omega, primed the industry for what could follow.  This year's sophomore release, The 7th Hand, not […]

todayFebruary 27, 2022 8