November 16, 2009


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October 29, 2009

Flashback Party Mix Volume 1.


As you can probably tell by the title of this post, it's an "old-school" rap/r&b/reggae mix comprised mainly from selections from the 1990's.

This mix was done for promotional purposes for the party tomorrow evening (please refer to my previous post).

1. heavy d - you ain't heard nothing yet
2. lost boyz - get up
3. yvette michelle - mr. dj (cross bronx expressway mix)
4. mya/jay-z - best of me
5. notorious big - one more chance (hip hop mix)
6. ll cool j/leshaun - doin it
7. poor righteous teachers - rock this funky joint
8. audio two - top billin
9. mary j blige - real love
10. mariah carey - honey
11. city high - caramel
12. lil kim/lil cease/notorious big - crush on you
13. lil kim/lil cease - big mama thing
14. the lox/lil kim - money, power, respect
15. puff daddy/the lox/lil kim/notorious big - all about the benjamins
16. dmx/sheek louch - where my dogs at?
17. dmx - ruff ryders anthem
18. crooklyn clan - ooh no
19. noreaga - superthug
20. busta rhymes - dangerous
21. busta rhymes - put your hands where my eyes can see
22. crooklyn clan - hands up
23. crooklyn clan - say what
24. jay-z/jermaine dupri - money ain't a thing
25. crooklyn clan - choose one
26. jay-z - money, cash, hoes
27. ja rule - holla, holla
28. 2pac - i get around
29. gang starr/greg nice - dwyck
30. notorious big - hypnotize
31. 112/notorious big/puff daddy - only u (bad boy remix)
32. swv/wu tang clan - anything (old skool remix)
33. soul ii soul - however do you want me (double L ain't nothing to f*ck with mix)
34. mary j blige - you bring me joy
35. louchie lou/michie one - rich girl
36. chaka demus/pliers - murder she wrote
37. shaggy/rayvon - big up
38. red fox/screechie dan - pose off
39. super cat - ghetto red hot
40. shabba ranks - trailer load of girls
41. shabba ranks - ting-a-ling
42. nadine sutherland/terror fabulous - action
43. nadine sutherland/buju banton - wicked dickie

Hope to see you at the party!


THIS FRIDAY!!!!! It's goin down at Le Poisson Rouge (158 Bleecker St., NYC).

The hottest Halloween party this weekend will be taking off at 10pm and not stopping until 4am.

Senari & Teenwolf bring you a spooky dance affair filled with hip-hop/reggae/dancehall mayhem. For the special occasion, we've enlisted NY's DJ GRAVY (Rice and Peas), DOUBLE L (G13 Sound International, BX), PERRY LEVY (Most High Sound, BK) along with our own TEENWOLF (Ninjasonik)! Our homie OJAY MORGAN of the infamous "Poppin Bottles, Gettin Pregnant" Wednesdays at Happy Endings will be hosting - costumes are encouraged! Best costume wins a prize!

The $6 beer/shot drink combo all night will make sure to save your wallet and keep you dancing all night!


$3 with RSVP to

A night of hip hop, reggae, dancehall and other dance musics with:

:: Rice and Peas, NY ::

:: G13 International Sound, Bronx ::

:: Ninjasonik, NY ::

:: Most High Sound, BK ::

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September 4, 2009

Killing Time

My mind was blown the first time I heard this riddim circa 2003-04. The Mad Coolie riddim is the "love-child" of the Mad Instruments & Coolie Dance riddims.

Here is the "fyah man" Capleton with "Killing Time":

Capleton - "Killing Time"

RIP Steely (Steely & Clevie)

2009 has been a crazy year in the music world. One of dancehall's legends has just passed away.


Wycliffe Johnson, popularly known as Steely of the dancehall reggae production duo, Steely and Clevie, has died.
RJR News is receiving information that Steely died on Tuesday morning in a New York Hospital from complications following a heart attack.

Our news centre understands that Steely was recuperating from Tuberculosis and kidney related problems.

Steely and Clevie have worked with artistes such as The Specials, Gregory Peck, Bounty Killer, Elephant Man, Sean Paul and No Doubt.

Steely debuted as a keyboardist with Sugar Minott's Youth Promotion collective in the 1970s.

Steely and Clevie first played together at Lee "Scratch" Perry's Black Ark Studios during the late 1970s.

In 1986, the duo was the house band at King Jammy's Studio, which became the centre point of late-1980s reggae, by which time Steely & Clevie were established production leaders with an immense slew of 12-inch and dub singles.

The duo formed the Steely & Clevie label in 1987

Steely & Clevie produced some of the biggest dancehall tracks of all time, two of which are Dawn Penn's "No No No (You Don't Love Me)", & "Murder Dem" by Ninja Man.


September 3, 2009

Here I Go Again.

I don't know it was briefly watching Chris Brown on CNN's Larry King last night, but I thought about Rihanna's first record. Not to say her more recent releases are not good, she has become very successful and I'm not gonna knock her hustle.

Her first record, Music of the Sun, had some overlooked gems on it, one being this sweet one-drop cut "Here I Go Again".

I wouldn't mind hearing more material from her like this in the future.

Rihanna "Here I Go Again"

September 1, 2009


New riddim from the Daseca camp. Catchy, happy tunes on this.

R6 riddim - Daseca production


Not new news, but the DJ community lost one of it's best this past Friday. AM was an innovator, trend setter, and stood out predominantly in this vast industry.


August 11, 2009

Dutty Chronicles.

Another classic mix fresh off the press from the mighty Federation Sound. New Sean Paul album "Imperial Blaze" out 8/18!

If I have to say anything else about this, then you just don't know.


August 10, 2009


Not exclusive, but very fun.

Happy Monday and stay cool peoples!

August 5, 2009

The General.

Classic from Gargamel, aka Buju Banton. This track makes me think of this old DJ Xman "Best of Buju" mix from about 8 years ago. I used to bump this hard at Pearl of Africa on South St. in Philly the summer I worked there.


All the massive.

If any of you guys and gals are holding some heat (new or old) and wouldn't mind sharing with a brother, link me at the email address there-------------------------------------------------->
Thanx in advance.

Going to Church. (Classic)

Just watched this for the first time in a while yesterday and it brought back some great memories. I would definitely go to Elephant Man's church.

July 11, 2009


The latest collab from yours truly and LP as G13 INTN'L.

Coming correct as always is the fifth edition of our HOME FOR CARNIVAL mix series, established in 2006.

Biggest tunes from the 2009 carnival season are featured here, from every island, mixed smooth as silk. You won't hear anything smoother.

Featured artists include: Machel Montano, Destra Garcia, Zoelah, Patrice Roberts, Shurwayne Winchester, El A Kru, Maximus Dan, Tony Matterhorn, + many more!

This is a fully ID3 encoded mp3 file, complete with track listing & cover art.


June 22, 2009


New track with a classic sound from Jah Cure. Riddim called "Indiscretions" & the track is called "Searching".

I owe at least 3 months worth of posts, so why not try to start catching up.

(Imeem is hating on your boy so I can't post a stream here. Click on the download link and you'll be able to preview the track at the Zshare site before deciding to actually download.)



It's been a really long time since I've posted anything up here. I've been recieving your emails and want to say thanks for checking out this site.

I also haven't heard anything recently that has caught my attention. *If anybody has any suggestions to the tunes they feel buss, please email me or leave a comment here. That would be much appreciated.

Today I have a new tune from the Madhouse camp, "Recession" by Baby Cham. Fitting for the time, of course.


April 23, 2009


It's been well over a month since my last post. Thanks to everyone who still checks this out on occasion.
I've been getting a lot of emails about the link being down for my Y2K Flashback mix, so here's the new link
Listen to the mix here.

March 13, 2009


Since I'm on this West Indian/American rapper crossover tangent, I thought I'd post up some chunes from another fav of mine (most of the time), Brooklyn's Foxy Brown.

Here are three of my favorite tracks, featuring Reggae superstars Spragga Benz, Sizzla & Demarco, respectively.