Early 2019 get ready! Jamille Records and MC Oxygen are bringing you some 7" heat to keep you warm this winter. This will be limited as always and we will be taking pre-orders early December.
Here we go with part 2 of the recap of the 2018 Tools Of War Park Jams which took place at Crotona Park in the boogie down Bronx! This was the finale show that once again showcased some of hip-hop's greatest. It never ceases to amaze me how so many legends of hip-hop culture can be in one place. Special thanks to Christie Zee, Popmaster Fabel, and the friends of Crotona Park for another great event.
|Lil Rodney C(Funky 4+1) & Percee P|
|Busy Bee & Mean Gene|
|Dj Johnny Juice|
|Lil Rodney c & T Ski Valley|
|Rockin Rob, Biz, & Breakbeat Lou|
|Old School Represent!|
|Dj Rockin Rob|
(Soul Sonic Force)
|Dj Hollywood & Busy Bee|
|Mix Master Ice (U.T.F.O.) & Grandmaster Caz|
|Dj Grand Dragon K.D.|
|The Legendary Twins|
|Dj Dre Mayes|
|Mighty Mike C|
|Louie Loo, Undercover Brother, & Breakbeat Lou|
|Coke La Rock|
|"It Was A Good Day" (Ice Cube voice)|
Looks like we lost another one. Man, I remember buying the "Making Trouble" Lp back in 88 and first hearing the title track and thinking that this was the hardest rap song I had ever heard. Prince Johnny C & The Jukebox sounded more like a harder, criminal version of Run-Dmc with their back & forth style of rhyming and mixture of rap and rock production but it was the guitar stabs and scratching by Ready Red that stole the show. I never got to see you guys perform live but I kept the Making Trouble Lp on repeat. Thank You Dj Ready Red!
You moved the world as a jazz singer long before I was born. Soon after you became "soul sister" #1 and showed the world what it's like to be young, gifted, and black. During my high school years your production from Luther Vandross and Narada Michael Walden kept you on every black radio station and BET's "Video Soul". Your voice has moved mountains. Thank You Aretha!
Me & Giz go back like a Cadillac with 4 flats. We used to rock parties together all over Phoenix back in the day. Nowadays, Giz spends her time in "Bed Stuy" Brooklyn hustlin the finest of vintage clothing. Whether she's Dj'ing, modeling, or acting, it's the clothing hustle that Giz is most passionate about. From the flea market to the corner to various shops in Bed Stuy, you can find Giz lacing New Yorkers with the grooviest digs. I always make it a habit to check her out when I'm in town and I wanted to introduce her to you.
|Gucci down to the socks!|