Thursday, June 15, 2017

The Living Room w/ DJ Lord Ron (All Episodes)

A new lane I've created 4 myself  N' the light of a radio personality! I was always a BIG fan of the legendary Frankie Crocker (da best 2 ever 2 it) & Leon Isaac Kennedy aka "Leon The Lover".

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DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 12

Monday, June 5, 2017

Gee-O Podcast 6517

Nothing but that New School Underground Mix with some sprinkled gems!!!!!! Enjoy!!!!


  • 1 Machine Gun Black (CDQ) by Hall N Nash (Westside Gunn & Conway)
  • 2 Times Up by Kool G Rap
  • 3 Dem Boyz by Lost Boyz
  • 4 Kung Fu lo-fi by Killa B aka Lil Lottie & RATTEDDUBBLERINC.
  • 5 Wandering by D. Begun
  • 6 Lookin Like The Greatest (Ft. Benny) by Westside Gunn
  • 7 Big Pun - You ain't killer (PDAS remix) by Rafael (PDAS)
  • 8 Dashiki In The White House feat. Mach-Hommy (prod. by THA GOD FAHIM) by THA GOD FAHIM
  • 9 Flying lotus - between friends instrumental::: thundercat version by Flying Lotus
  • 10 Midnight Riders by Lords Of The Underground
  • 11 The Definition Featuring Kel Spencer by DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • 12 Soldier Story (Instrumental) by DJ UnEq
  • 13 The World Is Yours by Nas
  • 14 You Gone Learn (Ft. Shabaam Sahdeeq & Kasim Allah) by Endemic Emerald & Skanks The Rap Martyr
  • 15 Smile From You by Kolaps
  • 16 Dream by KLIM beats
  • 17 Eternal Broadcaster by Madlib
  • 18 The M.I.C. (instrumental) by MF DOOM
  • 19 Keep It Real [Instrumental] by Miilkbone
  • 20 From The Heart (Instrumental) by SolomanandD7
  • 21 Watch The Wave (prod. by Dame Grease) by Joe Young Feat. Styles P & Termanology
  • 22 Timeless Classic (Ft. Skyzoo & Rome Clientel) by Jakk Wonders
  • 23 [88.Godz]_AM by Rozewood
  • 24 Toonami by K.A.A.N. & Klaus Layer
  • 25 imortal by DJ Mark The 45 King
  • 26 Theif's Theme (Blitz) by DBegun
  • 27 Crush by Jansport J
  • 28 Push It Along by A Tribe Called Quest
  • 29 Steve Biko (Stir It Up) by A Tribe Called Quest
  • 30 Trombone Love by Karriem Riggins
  • 31 New York City by Gee-O
  • 32 Peek A Boo (Dolls & Robots) by 6Fingers
  • 33 Come On (Greyskul) by 6Fingers
  • 34 Why R U (Instrumental) by Amerie
  • 35 Next Level (instrumental) by Showbiz & A.G.
  • 36 7th October by Alfa Mist
  • 37 Subterranean Raw (Ft. DJ Djaz) by Wildelux
  • 38 Let Me Hear U Clap Featuring Pos of De La Soul by DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • 39 Brand New Funk 2K7 Featuring Peedi Crakk by DJ Jazzy Jeff
  • 40 The Hit by Gee-O
  • 41 Black Jesus feat Raekwon & U-God by Ghostface Killah
  • 42 Angels by Ghostface Killah & MF Doom -
  • 43 Space Ho's (Madlib Remix) by DANGERDOOM
  • 44 Escapist by Raekwon & P.U.R.E.
  • 45 It's Just Practice-HHB by na
  • 46 I Don't Live Today by Wu Tang & Jimi Hendrix
  • 47 Money Hugger by Madlib
  • 48 Kookies by MF Doom
  • 49 nice nasty by DJ Mark The 45 King
  • 50 flipnastics by DJ Mark The 45 King
  • 51 SCOOBY DOO AND THE GANG by Kev Brown
  • 52 Collage, Pt. 3: Rush Hour by Alchemist
  • 53 Cadillac Broham (Instrumental) by DirtyDiggs
  • 54 Serotonin High (Ft. Milano Constantine & DJ Q-Bert) by Hus Kingpin & Big Ghost Ltd.
  • 55 Speaking Gently by BADBADNOTGOOD
  • 56 Yeyo Jazz (Ft. Smoovth) by Hus Kingpin & Big Ghost Ltd.
  • 57 [Lost _verse]/Arch|druids] by Rozewood
  • 58 Silently (Instrumental) by Adrian Younge
  • 59 Salmon Cakes & Grits (Instrumental) by GeStalt
  • 60 GrandTheftAutoWithTheSoundOff by Mello メロ
  • 61 Meduza by Alchemist
  • 62 Leave the Bones Behind (Instrumental) by Black Milk
  • 63 Raindrops (Instrumental) by Bmbu
  • 64 Messer by Brenk Sinatra & Fid Mella
  • 65 Treiben by Brenk Sinatra & Fid Mella
  • 66 Too Much by Gensu Dean
  • 67 HUMBOLDT by Canya Reial
  • 68 The Boys Who Died in Their Sleep (feat. Captain Murphy) [Instrumental] by Flying Lotus

Friday, June 2, 2017

The Ever-Changing Cycle of the Old and Young Hip Hop Head

I wake up in the morning, iron clothes, take my daughter to the bus stop, go home, eat breakfast and get my son ready for school. I enter my car with him, turn on the car and instead of rocking my mp3 I decided to turn on the radio and I hear Migos T-Shirt on. I immediately switch to my mp3. This is a 40 something typing so pay attention!!!!!!

The disconnection of the old and young heads are so far apart but is that a bad thing? I honestly don’t so. Follow me here as I rewind a few times before I go forward. In 1988 and before I was listening to Hip Hop (Rap) and you could not tell me anything negative about what I was listening to. BDP, Eric B and Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, PE, Ultramagnetic MC’s, EPMD, De La Soul, MC Lyte ruled!!!!! My uncle would tell me all the time that I’m listening to crap. My mother hated Rap music, My stepfather thought it was garbage, my father thought that it was negative, my aunt was into Freestyle music mostly. Most of my friends listened to Rap music as well and WE LOVE IT!!!!!!!! I remember hearing the heads that listened to rap before me talk about the Melle Mel’s, The Caz’s, Funky 4 and all and that the new rappers aren’t better than them. The rebuttal was a constant thing. I used to say “Old Man can’t keep up”. 

Fast forward to 95. A whole new landscape has changed. Biggie (The Notorious B.I.G.) was on top, Nas was the best at that time, Wu-Tang Clan was the dopest group that started doing their solo ventures, Mobb Deep had everyone Shook, Jay-Z was just about to blow up and 2pac coming out of jail was a big thing!!!!! This was the new school of the 90s. Slowly my favorites from the 80s had to either keep up or fade away. The 90s heads swore by their favorites they was not trying to hear that the 80s was better. At this point Hip Hop was at its best all around. There was so many things being rapped about and everyone had gotten its shine. If you got tired of listening to the radio then you had the The Stretch & Bobbito show, The DNA Hank Love Show and many others in college radio all around the states and pirate radio overseas. Everyone had gotten their shine in the 90s.

We fast forward now to the 2000s and Hip Hop is a blur!!!!!! The boom bap sound as we started to call it has gone underground. On top started to sound bland but that’s my opinion. Many others can say the same thing around my age group but those that was born in the late 80s and 90s has their new heroes like Nelly, Lil Wayne, Jeezy, Ja Rule, 50 Cent, Rick Ross and Drake. I remember when I first heard Lil Wayne and I thought he was going to blow up and he did. What Started to lack was originality in rhyme and delivery. Remember that this is an old head typing so wait for it. One rapper who has a legitimate beef with another rapper ends up stealing his style and doing the same thing as the rapper he was knocking him for. Another one used to be a correctional officer but you cannot deny his talent even though he did sounded like Biggie in the beginning. One started out as a Degrassi High actor who actually have love for his craft (Go listen to Little Brother) and has become the biggest name in rap right now!!!!! Remember Lil Jon too??? I swore this guy was everywhere!!!!! The Older crowd that’s a heavy Hip Hop fan has started to back up new school rappers like Kanye West, Papoose, Mickey Factz and more. Some praised J Dilla for saving their lives even though he passed away. Madlib was genius but mainstream only picked up one from the homegrown underground and that’s Kanye.

Now its the 2010s and from my standpoint its a mess!!!! From a Millennial’s standpoint it looks great. You had Soulja Boy doing Superman, 2 Chains rocking 6, making dance routine songs is a norm. DJ Khaled is the biggest Hip Hop DJ right now even though I hear him doing promos left and right. Migos is the biggest group out right now. Their flow and cadence has made many follow suit and copy. There’s rappers calling themselves rockstars like Lil Uzi Vert. Yung Thug is weird, mumble rap is ok to many fair-weather fans, Youtube, Soundcloud and strip clubs are basically the A&Rs and can make or break you. The youngsters are loving it right now. I sound like the old heads that used to go there with me when I started listening to Hip Hop and look at me now. That also goes for many in my position but do I understand it, I sure do!!

There’s a always a cycle in Hip Hop or in any genre of music. The younger crowd is always going to rebel from the older crowd regardless of how trash the music might’ve gotten from the older crowd’s perspective. Now is there ways to enjoy Hip Hop without listening to the younger commercialized crowd? Sure!!!!!! As an older head, I always hear that Hip Hop needs to go back to how it was and guess what, there’s rappers out there that actually does it with the ingredients that an older head likes but is the support there? NO!!!!!! The only close to support that can get an older head’s attention is J Cole and Kendrick Lamar and still they also bring in the young crowd too. Older heads are not familiar to Smoke DZA, Westside Gunn & Conway. Go look them up and also for like minded rappers. There’s far too much music out there and variations of Hip Hop to get into but always remember that the music is always going to change no matter how much we don’t want it to change but as long as you have love for Hip Hop it will never die!!!!!

Thursday, June 1, 2017

DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 11


  • 1 Down Bottom by Ruff Ryders
  • 2 Top Shotta by Chase and Status
  • 3 New Day by Chip
  • 4 Mad With It by Chip
  • 5 Pagans (Instrumental) by Dizzee Rascal
  • 6 DJ Khaled f Jay-Z & Future- I Got the Keys- CLEAN by DJ Khaled feat. Jay Z & Future
  • 7 Style & Flows by Double S Ft. JME
  • 8 City Lights by Redman, Method Man and Bun B -vs- Joker
  • 9 501 (Hollow And Heston) (Ft. CasIsDead) by Giggs
  • 10 Chimes (Rmx) [feat. Pusha T, Future, Travi$ Scott, French Montana] by Hudson Mohawke
  • 11 Sun City (prod. by Chase & Status) by Jammer
  • 12 Whats Your Fantasy (Feat Shawna) by Ludacris
  • 13 FUSE by Hudson Mohawke
  • 14 Need Want by Lakim
  • 15 jamann by Maloon TheBoom
  • 16 He-Man by Mark Cooper
  • 17 Meth by Rhett Neji
  • 18 Kings - Trap Musik 1 by Soulection
  • 19 Unruly (CDQ) by Newham Generals & Wiley
  • 20 Contagious (Ft. Rubylee) by P Money
  • 21 Gunfingers (Ft. JME & Wiley) by P Money
  • 22 Meadow of Trust (Feat. Saba) by Skyzoo
  • 23 Dear Lola & Thomas White - Brand New by Souletiquette
  • 24 Bandana - Boss Produced By Jonezzy by SuperteamUK
  • 25 Step 7 (Prod. by Darq E Freaker) by Wiley
  • 26 Step 10 (Prod. by Dullah Beats) by Wiley
  • 27 I Spy by Skepta
  • 30 I Like It by Kano
  • 31 Ni__as In Paris by Jay-Z & Kanye West
  • 32 Yakuta Riddim by Novelist
  • 33 Funny (London Bars Vol I) by Chase & Status ft Frisco
  • 34 3 Wheel-ups (feat. Giggs) by Kano
  • 35 BDL Anthem by Big Narstie
  • 36 Stacks by Flying Lotus
  • 37 Getting It Wrong ft. Skepta, Diggerz by Frisco
  • 38 Heaven In Hell by HW&W
  • 39 Mixtape Sh*t (Produced By Crankz) by Piff Gang
  • 40 Opera by Smoke DZA
  • 41 Slow Jamz by Kanye West, Twista & Jamie Foxx + Kaytranada
  • 42 Outlaws by araabMUZIK
  • 43 What You Know by T.I.
  • 44 Goooo by Hudson Mohawke
  • 45 Evolisontherise (Ft. Hudson Mohawke) by Nick Hook
  • 46 Oatmeal Face by Flying Lotus
  • 47 Loxipen by Citizen Kane
  • 48 Top Floor by TNGHT (Hudson Mohawke x Lunice)
  • 49 BasslineTrap by Gee-O
  • 50 Sex by Hudson Mohawke
  • 51 Crying Instrumental by Roots Manuva
  • 52 In A Corner by Skepta
  • 53 Amnesia (Bar9 Remix) by Skepta
  • 54 Embrace by Geode