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900
Posted 2 days ago
DJ Cash Money celebrates our landmark Show 900 with a wild ride through 50 years of funk, reggae and raw raps, juggled and cut up by the DMC legend who set the gold standard for party rocking worldwide. Plus deadly dancefloor dubs by Kon and Alkalino, conscious cuts from Que Rock and J The Exodus, and a special '96 blend to complete the circle.
899
Posted 1 week ago
Groove and Static take a journey through Biggie's celebrated catalog 20 years after his passing, from his legendary Madison Square Garden freestyle all the way up to new releases by Faith Evans and Kazakhstani beatsmith iRon J. Plus breezy poetics from Noname, hazy B-side disco from Lord Echo, Seven Davis Jr.'s dancefloor manifesto "Soul Music", and another impeccable cut off Oddisee's "Iceberg" LP.
898
Posted 2 weeks ago
Lord Jazz unloads a full clip with underground bangers and exclusives from Mr Cheeks, Treach, Krazy Drayz and the LOTUG fam. Plus another Staten Island staple from Raekwon, transcendent soul from queen Aretha, and smooth modern funk from MadD3E and G-noF.
897
Posted 3 weeks ago
Zattar delivers a superb mix of disco and soul, including cuts from the vault by Mystic Pleasure and Joe Cruz, gritty instrumentals by El Michels Affair and Leroy & The Drivers, and classy modern grooves by E. Live and Solar Shield. Plus sultry soul from Erykah Badu and Ravyn Lenae, rambunctious posse cut "All Barz", and a tribute to the original funky drummer Clyde Stubblefield with live gems, interview insights and classic JB heat like "Say It Loud" and "Mother Popcorn".
896
Posted 4 weeks ago
Rawsoul digs deep into the jazzy side of 90s hip-hop then touches a full spectrum of acid jazz from frenetic grooves by Sunship to laidback vibes from Cutee B. Plus Carneyval & Jackson Breit’s soulful “It Ain’t Love”, a jazz twist on Common by Indigo Jam Unit, and a celebration of Junie Morrison’s singular spirit from his beginnings with Ohio Players through primetime P-Funk jams.
895
Posted 5 weeks ago
DJ Soares reps the streets of Brazil with straight ahead hip-hop from Zudizilla, reggae fire from Rael and Sombra, and future beats from Cesrv and Lay. Plus soulful sweetness from Honey Sauce Band and Omar, a sample salute to David Axelrod by way of De La Soul, and Neighbour & GSD's monster rework of "The Walk" by The Time.
894
February 3, 2017
Ohmega Watts in soul control! Featuring an all-school hip-hop set from Fat Boys to Damu the Fudgemunk followed by a blast of heavy grooves from Ruby Andrews, Trio Esperança, Tarantula and Gene Faith. Plus a rousing call to action from Soul Scratch, lyrical alchemy on Jean Grae's "Crux", and jams from modern funk torchbearers K-Maxx, G-noF and Diamond Ortiz.
893
January 27, 2017
Rob Swift breathes new life into breakbeat classics with a megamix featuring Octopus Breaks staples from Esther Williams, Rhythm Heritage, Johnny Hammond, Tom Jones and Dexter Wansel. Plus a seismic G-Funk Anderson .Paak remix, rough Chinese zither breaks from Bei Bei & Shawn Lee, and an exquisite sample pairing between Ugly Duckling and Brazil's Marcos Valle.
892
January 20, 2017
Bain Magique indulges the sweeter side of soul with ballads by Smokey Robinson and Sweet Charles, then fires up the boogie with killer grooves by Twilight, Free Russell and Love Unlimited Orchestra. Plus an infectious necksnapper from the Lytics, The Pendletons' ode to the everyday struggle "Gotta Get Out", and freewheeling jazz-meets-broken beat on Sekoya's "My Will".
891
January 13, 2017
Soul Koffi gives a masterclass in soul-slinging with rough and tough cuts by Southside Movement and Billy Garner, women-in-charge burners by Loleatta Holloway and Su Kramer, and deep African sounds from Burkina Faso to Kenya. Plus forward-looking scat/trap fusion by Masego, stripped down synth fonk from Temu, and a 90s treasure from Phill Most Chill's alter ego Baritone Tiplove.