Budsmokers Only – Vol. 8

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   We kick things off today with an unforgettable track from former N.W.A. member Ice Cube and a couple of romantic raps from legendary emcee LL Cool J and New York duo Pete Rock & CL Smooth.  We have a track taken from the debut … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 7

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   We start today’s volume with an innovative track from British-born storyteller Slick Rick taken from his acclaimed 1988 album The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick before a classic hip-hop number from Oakland rapper Too $hort.  We have a sweet 1994 record from rap duo Gang Starr, the … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 6

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   West Coast gangsta rap group Compton’s Most Wanted kick things off with a popular track from their 1992 album Music To Driveby, while Texas rapper The D.O.C. brings us a classic from his 1989 album No One Can Do It Better, released … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 5 (Sticky Icky Special)

Spark one up and kick back with this sticky icky stoner special.   Blaze it up with a bag of potent herbal hip-hop and a complimentary block of reggae resin.  Float higher than the heavens with Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, take hits from the bong with Cypress Hill and learn how to roll the perfect blunt with … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 4

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   We begin this fourth volume with two classics from the late 80’s – a light-hearted tale from hip-hop legend Biz Markie and an entertaining track from East Coast duo EPMD.  DJ Quik is on hand with some seriously funky shit, Pharoahe Monche paints … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 3

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   Today we begin with Coldcut‘s famous remix of a groundbreaking Eric B. & Rakim production and a jazzed out classic from Latin rapper Kid Frost.  We have some incredibly raw material from Eminem, including a cut from his debut album Infinite that only sold 1000 copies and a track from … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 2(Pac)

Spark up and kick back with a chronic 2Pac special.   2Pac made his first recorded appearance on Digital Underground’s This Is An EP Release back in 1991 after initially being hired as a roadie and back-up dancer.  The Californian group was headed by Shock G who went on to produce 2Pac’s debut album, 2Pacalypse Now, … Continue reading

Budsmokers Only – Vol. 1

Spark up and kick back with a chronic batch of hip-hop sounds.   The first installment of this feature kicks off with an absolute classic from King Tee as well as a track from Positive K that gave us the first recorded instance of “drop it like it’s hot” back in ’92.  Get ready for a master class in lyricism from the one … Continue reading

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