Posts Tagged ‘Pete Rock’

Trackside Burners // PETE ROCK // Special Dedication
11 Aug. 2015

Trackside Burners // PETE ROCK // Special Dedication


Yo real hip hop headz.. Did you hear Trackside Burners Radio Show special dedication for the one and only Pete Rock (a.k.a. Soul Brother No.1.) on Itch FM 21.06.2015. If you missed the show, no stress because you can listen here (below) Dj Philly and 210 prodly presents they weekly Radio Shows all over the world. Always represent the real hip …

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30 Apr. 2015

Pete Rock ‘Cosmic Slop’ // Official Video


Brand new ‘Cosmic Slop’ video by the one and only Pete Rock from the upcoming album “Petestrumentals 2″ coming really soon on Mello Music Group in 2015. Petestrumentals 2 conjures memories of BBQ cookouts and 70s Blaxploitation scores, rattling summer jeep cruises and blunted Jamaican vacations. There’s a gorgeous requiem to Dilla (“Dilla Bounce (R.I.P),” where the …

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07 Feb. 2013

NOTTZ // PETE ROCK “Turn It Up” OFFICIAL VIDEO OUT NOW


 NOTTZ feat PETE ROCK. Two heavy hitters in the hip hop game, turn it up in the city for their brand new video and audio collaboration. They tear the mic to shreds on this one.For more videos and for more interviews please go to  KarmaLoop TV  channel..Watch the “Turm It Up ” video below and …

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27 Oct. 2012

TWO ICONS OF THE HIP HOP PETE ROCK & DJ.PREMIER //INTERVIEW//


DJ.Premierblog posted this bonus interview from the DJ Premier vs Pete Rock DVD released in Japan. So much history dropped in this hour-long chat. Required watching if you’re born after 1985.Among other things Premier talks about making the early Gangstarr recordings like “Words I Manifest” “Jazz Music” and how he got out of his first …

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26 Oct. 2012

JAMES DEWITT YANCEY REST IN PEACE 1974-2006


James Dewitt Yancey (February 7, 1974 – February 10, 2006),better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee, was an American record producer who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. According to his obituary at NPR.org, he “was one of the music industry’s most influential hip-hop artists, working for big-name acts like A Tribe Called Quest, De La …

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