DJ Revolution,Supa Dave,Food Stamp, DJ Honda

Originally Posted On:
June 5, 2008

One of my favorite DJ/Producers, DJ Revolution ( from The Wake Up Show with Sway & King Tech is one of the illest and smoothest scratchers out there. I still remember my first time listening to him back in late 90's while filling in for Prince Ice (WUS's DJ before Rev). And this was before Final Scratch (the 1st DVS system)....pure vinyl deejaying.Good times and memories. I'm still looking for a link R2k mix and I'll post as soon as I find one. For now take a listen to some classics from the 80's.

DJ Revolution @ UGHH Store In 2006

DJ Revolution
Class Of '85 [86 MB] (2004)

01. DJ Revolution - Introduction
02. Rock Master Scott And The Dynamic Three - The Roof Is On Fire
03. Masterdon Committee - Funkbox 2
04. MC Shy D - Rap Will Never Die
05. Word Of Mouth - King Kut
06. Jazzy Jay - The Def Jam
07. Force MD's - Itchin' For A Scratch
08. Roxanne Shanté - Bite This
09. UTFO - Bite It
10. Cutmaster D.C. - Brooklyn's In The House
11. Z-3 MC's - Triple Threat
12. Whistle - Just Buggin'
13. Doug E. Fresh And The Get Fresh Crew - The Show
14. Whodini - Big Mouth
15. Grandmaster Flash - Larry's Dance Theme
16. Choice MC's - Beat Of The Street
17. LL Cool J - Rock The Bells
18. Schoolly D - P.S.K.
19. Run-DMC - King Of Rock
20. DST - The Home Of Hip Hop
21. DJ Revolution - King Of The Kuts (Interlude)
22. Marley Marl - Marley Marl Scratch feat. MC Shan
23. Stetsasonic - Just Say Stet
24. T La Rock - Breakdown
25. Mantronix - Needle To The Groove
26. Mantronix - Fresh Is The Word
27. DJ Revolution - DJ's Flee (Interlude)
28. Dana Dane - Nightmares
29. MC Chill - Bust This Rhyme
30. Kurtis Blow - If I Ruled The World
31. Fat Boys - The Fat Boys Are Back
32. Boogie Boys - You Ain't Fresh
33. Toddy Tee - Batteram
34. DJ Revolution - Finest Scratches In The World (Interlude)
35. LL Cool J - Dangerous
36. LL Cool J - Can't Live Without My Radio
37. Steady B - Take Your Radio
38. Run-DMC - Together Forever (Krush Groove 4)

New Link: (5/27/09)

The Essential Elements
DJ Revolution
Class of '86 [91 MB] (2006)

01. Intro/ Just Ice - Back To The Old School
02. Run DMC - Peter Piper
03. Original Concept - Pump That Bass
04. Cutmaster DC - Brooklyn Rocks The Best
05. Divine Sounds - Do Or Die Bed Sty
06. Tricky Tee - Leave It To The Drums
07. B Fats - Woppit
08. Kool G Rap & Polo - It's A Demo
09. Stetsasonic - Go Stetsa
10. Fat Boys - Breakdown
11. Heavy D - Mr. Big Stuff
12. Biz Markie - Make The Music With Your Mouth
13. Word Of Mouth - Coast To Coast
14. The Real Roxanne - Bang Zoom
15. T La Rock - Back To Burn
16. Steady B - Bring The Beat Back
17. Just Ice - Cold Getting Dumb
18. Eric B & Rakim - Eric B Is President
19. B.D.P. - South Bronx
20. MC Shan - The Bridge
21. Dougie Fresh And The Get Fresh Crew - Nuthin'
22. Beastie Boys - Hold It Now, Hit It
23. Run DMC - My Adidias
24. Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince - Girls Ain't Nothin But Trouble
25. Ice Cream Tee - Guys Ain't Nothin But Trouble
26. Ultra Magnetic MC's - Ego Trippin'
27. Whodini - Funky Beat
28. King Tee - Payback's A Mutha
29. Original Concept - Knowledge Me
30. Ice T - Six In The Morning
31. Beastie Boys - Paul Revere
32. Salt N Pepa - My Mic Sounds Nice
33. Joeski Love - Pee Wee's Dance
34. MC Boob - Do The Fila
35. Kool Mo Dee - Go See The Doctor
36. Just Ice & DMX - Latoya
37. Sweet Tee, Jazzy Joyce - It's My Beat
38. Rodney O & Joe Cooley - Everlasting Bass
39. Eric B & Rakim - Check Out My Melody

Here's another Food Stamp Mix. This time he mixes tunes from the great Chitown lyricist....Common.

DJ Food Stamp
Best Of Common [65 MB] (2007)

1. Food Stamp - Intro Listen
2. Common - 'The Light' Listen
3. Common - 'Communism (Stamp Blend)'
4. Common - 'Like They Used To Say'
5. Common - '6th Sense
6. DJ Hi-Tek feat. Common - 'The Sun God'
7. Common feat. Slum Village - 'Thelonious'
8. Kanye West feat. Common - 'Wouldn't You Like To Ride'
9. Common - 'Tekzilla'
10. Common - 'I Used To Love H.E.R.'
11. Common - 'I Used To Love H.E.R.
12. Common - 'Reminding Me (Of Self)
13. De La Soul feat. Common - 'The Bizness'
14. Prime & Common - 'While I'm Dancin' (Remix)'
15. Roots feat. Common - 'Act Too (The Love Of My Life) (Live Mix)'
16. Black Star feat. Common - 'Respiration'
17. Common feat. Mos Def - 'Question'
18. Common - Thoughts On Cube (Interview)
19. Common - 'The Bitch In Yoo'
20. Sway & Tech feat. Common - 'Enough Beef'
21. Common - 'Carhorn (Stamp Blend)'
22. Kanye West feat. Talib Kweli, Common - 'Get 'Em High'
23. Common feat. Kanye West - 'Food'
24. Common feat. Sadat X, Talib Kweli - 'One-Nine-Nine-Nine'
25. Common - 'A Penny For My Thoughts'
26. Common - 'The Corner (Stamp Blend)'

DJ Honda,( one of the best known beatmakers & DJ from Japan, has been quietly producing some great beats since the late 90's. Honda, like Kutmasta Kurt, I think are two beatsmiths that don't get recogition they deserve.

This first one...."Remixes" is was released only in Japan and later found it's way to the US as an import. The second one...."DJ Honda" is Honda's first Album. Open ya'll ears people and listen some good music.

DJ Honda
Remixes [45 MB] (1995)

Intro (O.F.S. "Scratch")
Common - Resurrection
Fat Joe - The Shit Is Real
Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain
DJ Honda - Out For The Cash (Remix)
Beatnuts - Are You Ready
Da Brat - Funkdafied
Nas - World Is Yours
Kurious - I'm Kurious
Fugees - Nappy Heads
Doctor Dré & Ed Lover - Back Up Off Me

Out For Cash ft. Al Tariq,Beatnuts,Fat Joe & Problems

DJ Honda
DJ Honda [63 MB] (1996)

DJ Battle
What You Expected ft. Guru ,Scratches - DJ Premier
Kill The Noize Ft. Problemz
Dat's My Word Ft. Redman
Straight Talk From NY [Ft. Grand Puba , Sadat X , Wakeem
Out For The Cash Ft. Al' Tariq , Beatnuts, Fat Joe , Problemz
Interlude Ft. Common
Biz Freestyle ft. Biz Markie
F*k Dat Ft. Sean Black
International Anthem Ft. Tha Alkaholiks
The End Ft. Al' Tariq
Out For The Cash (5 Deadly Venoms) Ft. Beatnuts, Common Sense , Fat Joe
What You Expected (Instrumental)

Not to be confused with the De La Soul producer Supa Dave West or Harlem mixmaster Supa Dave. This turntablist named Supa Dave , the DMC 2000 East Coast Champion, has made one of the best KRS One mixes ever. I heard alot good things about this mix. Check it for yourself.

Supa Dave vs. M Rock

Supa Dave
KRS 1 @ His Best:
The Best Of KRS One [71 MB] (2001)

KRS-One Intro
Hip-Hop vs. Rap/Cold Cuts (remix)
Duck Down
Step Into A World
My Philosophy
Outta Here
Like A Throttle
Criminal Minded
Get Yourself Up
The M.C.
Why Is That
We In There
Sound Of The Police
Love's Gonna Get Ya
Mortal Thoughts
Jah Rules
13 & Good
South Bronx
Black Cop
Breath Control
I'm Still #1
KRS-One Attacks
Ya Slippin'
Bridge Is Over
M.C.'s Act Like They Don't Know
Wannabe M.C.'s
Higher Level
Free Mumia feat. Channel Live
Bronx Tales feat. Fat Joe
"P" is Still Free
New Link (5/02/09)

Coming on Monday I will have some little known albums that I feel that peeps should give a listen to...The Nounce,Visionaries and more.

The Dynamic Hamza 21®

Hip Hop since 1982.

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