Sunday, March 11, 2007


Essential James Brown tribute mix from the one and only DJ Premier of Gang Starr, covers two eras of the Godfather of Soul - disc one focusing on his classics, and disc two focusing on the classic hip-hop songs that have sampled him. Includes classics from Superlover Cee & Casanova Rud, NWA, Big Daddy Kane, Eric B. and Rakim, Kool G. Rap and DJ Polo, The D.O.C., LL Cool J, Run DMC, Lord Finesse, EPMD, Stetsasonic, Kool Moe Dee, Brand Nubian, Craig G, Public Enemy, Jungle Brothers, Gang Starr (!), Biz Markie, KRS-One, Notorious BIG, and more
Get it before its gone.

Friday, March 9, 2007

Grand G Southbridge 1989

i stole this like i do most things

plus he's a glasgow high alumni, G G G G HIGH!

Wednesday, March 7, 2007


....and we're off! It's been a great year so far huh guys? I mean almost all of us are still alive and the sun is still shining. What couldn't be better? Somebody told me you were dumb and couldn't read, but I don't believe the hype. You might be dumb and dont know how to read, there's a difference. The next case study involves Kwest, no graffiti role models, no fat caps. Just raw DE graffiti influenced by the friends around him and later the walls around him. Most of you were probably still in t-ball getting your little league photos taken when this guy was wearing backpacks the wrong way into stores and shoveling piles of paint into his pouch. Smashed routes is what that rap was about.


Day One and a half.

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Look Closely. Mad Dash One Roof Richardson Park. Cobalt Toss Richardson Park. Anybody remember some of the younger kids from RP? 50 pts. to whoever can name the most.

Day One

Halloween. My outfits were always so cheap. Other kids would have crazy getups like full body outfits and the plastic bib Charlie Brown and Mr. Potato Head costumes from the Pathmark on Lancaster. I had a Heman monster mask. Being broke and not planning for halloween will do that to you. But I always had a good time, I wasnt out to impress any pedefiles and other bad little kids. I just wanted the candy. This was 1985 on 3rd St. Wilmington DE. Believe it or not, two years later I caught my first tag with my cousin. We wrote "Rasheim and Rashawn" real big in gold paint off of Cleveland Ave. We didn't know what we were doing at the time, but we saw the tags around the city and they provoked us. I don't think I need to elaborate on the fact we got beat for that one. I didn't want to be a criminal I wanted to be a cop. I wanted to ride around like the Dukes of Hazard (minus the rebel flag) and chase badguys down like Miami Vice, Airwolf, and MacGuyver. I'm getting off track. Damn, that mask was crazy.

I remember all types of stuff that no longer exists in Wilmington. Alot of the earlier photos I took all found their way on the internet and thank god. Because I never saw them again. Alot of older tags have now been cleaned and I since deleted all the photos I once had, bought new computers, and just somehow lost them. Theres stuff I wish I documented, like the 6ft tall BAM wickett off of Lancaster AVE. Hilltop or the RDStar, COD, Burst, and Said slams right off 4th st. on the I-95 underpass pillars. They were really dope, at the top of the fence right at the intersection. Graff is a very impressionable subject matter.
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Above Elsmere, Cant get no respect, Bam piece, Moco Toss above, Where's Derm? Down to the left. Below Southbridge, Slick CBS, Burst RHBT main partner. Keep your head up.