Tape Deck King’s #ThursdayNightThrowback #4 feat. Public Enemy, Puff Daddy and Cam’ron!!!
T.D.K back in effect (sorry about last week had a new mixtape to drop) with the fourth installment of my weekly throwback selections on Bout Dat Online!!!
Kicking off this week with Public Enemy’s 1987 classic ‘Public Enemy #1’! The lead single from their debut album, ‘Yo! Bumrush The Show’, knocks down walls with mad force and established them as a group not to mess with!!! PUBLIC ENEMY #1, 1, 1, 1!!!
Next I’m visiting 1997 and a world where Puff Daddy and his family rule the Hip-Hop landscape with their 80’s samples and mad dancing skills! However I’ve chosen to go with the more darker ‘Victory’ featuring Biggie at his all time best (slaughtering the shit out of all his foes) and Busta Rhymes getting mad hype on the hook! Taken from Puffy’s ‘No Way Out’ album this is a stone cold classic that still kills it over 20 years later!!!
To finish off it’s 2004 and Roc-A-Fella Records is heading towards to end of it’s glorious run as one of the games best labels! One of the albums to drop that year through the Roc was Cam’ron’s, chipmunk soul masterpiece, ‘Purple Haze’! The album featured this amazing tribute to Harlem and hustling ‘Killa Cam’! Killa’s life sized bars, along with a dope as hell beat, make this a monster anthem!!! DIPPPPPSSSEEEETTT!!!
Until next week peeps keep it thoro like the late, grear, Prodigy!!! PEACE!!!