Playlist 04-Apr-14

One full hour of hip-hop classics, from 1988 to 1992-ish. It was a fun show and educational for all of the rap rookies out there. Get familiar.

Tonight’s show also sparked a small debate about the “Mount Rushmore” of Queens hip-hop. The TrackBastards came to the conclusion that the 4 would be: Run-DMC, Nas, LL Cool J & 50 Cent. Let us know what you think in the comments.

  • Public Enemy No. 1 – Public Enemy
  • Saturday Night – Schooly D
  • I Ain’t No Joke – Eric B. & Rakim
  • Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn – Eazy-E
  • Pick Up The Pace – Grand Daddy I.U.
  • Cocaine – HDV
  • Drama – Ice-T
  • What’s Going On – Jungle Brothers
  • Droppin’ Science – Marley Marl (feat. Craig G)
  • If It Ain’t Ruff – N.W.A.
  • Notorious – Donald-D
  • The Rebel – Marley Marl (feat. Tragedy)
  • Mortal Kombat – Big Daddy Kane
  • The Big Payback – EPMD
  • Road To The Riches – Kool G. Rap
  • Big Ole’ Butt – LL Cool J
  • You Ain’t Heard Nuttin’ Yet
  • This Is A Recording 4 Living In A Fulltime Era – De La Soul
  • Funky For You – Nice & Smooth
  • Bring The Horns – Stezo
  • Packet Man – Digital Underground
  • Top Billin’ – Audio Two
  • Ya Moms’ In My Business – K-Solo
  • Gold Digger – EPMD
  • Work It Out – Monie Love
  • Ain’t Nuthin’ Changed – Bell Biv Devoe
  • It’s My Turn – Stezo
  • I’m That Type Of Nigga – The Pharcyde
  • Shining Star – Leaders Of The New School
  • 911 Is A Joke – Public Enemy
  • Act Like You Know – Pete Rock & CL Smooth
  • The Magnificent – Special Ed
  • Think About It – Paris
  • I Went For Mine – Diamond D & The Psychotic Neurotics
  • South Bronx – Boogie Down Productions
  • D.A.I.S.Y. Age – De La Soul
  • Lick The Balls – Slick Rick
  • The One – Chubb Rock
  • How I’m Comin’ – LL Cool J
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