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Diggin’ In The Crates: Twelve Jewelz (Volume 6)

Friday, July 10th, 2015


Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

The gems continue this week as we return with Volume 6 of our Twelve Jewelz series. This time around we’ve got a dozen more B-Sides, remixes, unreleased cuts, bonus bangers, and mixtape rarities from the ’90s and early 2000s for you to feast your ears on. Take a break from the new shit and enjoy another trip down memory lane below. And after you stream/read, make sure to click that download link at the bottom of the post to add these Twelve Jewelz to your collection!

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Tony Yayo – Niggas Talk Shit

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015


For today’s freestyle, Yayo hops on Black Moon’s “Niguz Talk Shit” off the classic Enta Da Stage LP.

Previously: Tony Yayo – Front Door

Video Vault: 10 Classic ’90s Brooklyn Rap Group Videos

Sunday, July 27th, 2014


Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

Brooklyn is enjoying a moment right now, with the rapid rise of Bobby Shmurda and the recent success of artists like Troy Ave and Joey Bada$$, but it’s always been home to great solo rappers. From Big Daddy Kane to The Notorious B.I.G. to Jay Z to Fabolous, the borough knows how to crank out star MCs, there’s no doubt about it. And it’s also the home to many legendary rap groups. So for our latest Video Vault, we collected 10 Classic ‘90s Brooklyn Rap Group Music Videos for you to enjoy. Included on the list are early Gang Starr and M.O.P. clips, a hat trick of Boot Camp Click visuals, certified dopeness from the Rawkus Records catalog courtesy of Company Flow and Black Star, and much more. Tie up your Timberlands for this one. It’s time to stomp through the back blocks of BK.

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Black Moon’s Enta Da Stage: The Videos

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Enta Da Stage, Black Moon’s near perfect 1993 debut, turns 20 years old tomorrow. The album arrived during a marquee year for Rap, one that saw the release of several other now iconic projects, including the game shattering Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Snoop’s Doggystyle and A Tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders. Although it wasn’t nearly as commercially successful as some of these other releases, it was every bit as artistically signifigant. Make no mistake about it, this album had a huge impact on NYC at the street level.

The album produced four singles and accompanying music videos, none of which were particularly groundbreaking, but all of which captured the essence of the era flawlessly. Two of the four used remixed versions of the tracks which differed signifigantly from the versions found on the album. I’ve collected all four below for your convenience, so dust off those 40 Belows and break out that conehead hoody as we take a quick trip back to ’93 with Buckshot, 5FT and Evil Dee.

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Video: Black Moon: The Beginnings (Documentary)

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

Here’s a short documentary on the rise of Black Moon in honor of the 20th anniversary of their seminal debut album Enta Da Stage this Saturday. You can catch Buck, 5FT and Evil Dee at the Music Hall of Williamsburg tonight for the Duck Down x Javotti Media CMJ Showcase. Also, the group will streaming a live performance of the entire album and Q&A on Saturday at 4:00 PM EST on turntable.com.

Previously: Black Moon Rehearse with Band for Rock the Bells NYC | Talib Kweli, Buckshot, Steele, Skyzoo, Joey Bada$$ & Kirk Knight – Boiler Room Cypher

Video: Black Moon Rehearse with Band for Rock the Bells NYC

Friday, September 2nd, 2011

Black Moon will be performing their debut album, ‘Enta Da Stage,’ with a 6-piece band at Rock the Bells in NYC (Sept 3rd, 2011) on the 36 Chambers Stage from 4:50PM – 6:05 PM.

Video: Sean Price Performs @ Black Moon’s “Enta Da Stage”

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Video: Black Moon Rehearse w/ Live Band

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Buckshot rehearses with the band that will back him tonight at Southpaw as he performs Enta Da Stage in it’s entirety. Doors open at 8 and you can also expect performances from Sean Price, Smif-N-Wessun, Iron Soloman, MFN eXquire and Statik Selektah, all for a negligible $10.

Previously: Black Moon ft. Dru-Ha – U Da Man (Live @ Southpaw)

Estelle ft. Freeway – Break My Heart (Remix)

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Philly Freezer & Benja Styles remix the Estelle record over Black Moon’s “How Many M.C.’s” beat.

Download: Link

Previously: Freeway & Young Chris – Otis Freestyle (Video)

Video: Black Moon ft. Dru-Ha – U Da Man (Live @ Southpaw)

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

It’s always special when Dru does his “U da Man” verse.

Previously: Random Axe – “The Hex” & “Random Call” (Live @ Southpaw)