Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Saturday, November 26, 2011
1. Jean Grae - Tea And Beer
2. Sean Price - 60 Bar Dash
3. Munshine Featuring Sean Price, Terminology, Statik Selektah - What Now
4. SLiM PiCKENS - Space Cowboy
5. Messiahbolical - Bring The Noise
6. Consequence - q.u.e another e.n.s
7. N_A aka Non Applicable - IM DOIN THIS
8. Kanye West, Nas, KRS-ONE - Better Than I've Ever Been
9. Q-Tip Featuring Busta Rhymes & Pharrell - For The Nasty
10. The X-ecutioners ft. Pharoahe Monch, Xzibit, Inspectah Deck & Skillz - The X (Ya Know The Name)
11. N_A aka Non Applicable - Say It Again
12. Big Daddy Kane - Set It Of
13. Hieroglyphics - Lasccapella
14. Gang Starr, Cobane, Eddie Hizpanik
15. Eddie Hizpanik - All The Way To The Casket
16. True Knowledge - So Fly Its A Crime
17. Boogie Down Productions - Stop The Violence
18. The Fugees, Q-Tip, Busta Rhymes - Rumble In The Jungle
19. Jungle Brothers - Beyond This World
20. Jungle Brothers - I'll House You
21. Nicki Minaj - Go Hard
22. Messiahbolical - Its That Raw
23. Mos Def - Beef
24. Nas Featuring Q-Tip - One Love
25. Agent 85 & Ghost - Grow in Pain ft Stress
Friday, November 25, 2011
DJ Lord Ron Mixtape #35 The Thanx-Giving Holiday Jump Off featuring: Aliano & DJ Izzy, Derek Strong & Andy Mac feat., Wildleux, Montage One, Wyld Bunch, Grand Official, Teflon, Wais P, Dirt Platoon, GEE-O feat., Gang Starr Cobane & Eddie Hizpanik (Remixes), Roc Marciano feat., Alchemist & Oh No, Tha Connection, DJ Lord Ron & Wildelux – D.J. Lord Ron
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
Yessa! We are Back Like vertebrae! and D.J. Lord Ron of The Mighty Zulu Nation hits you with All new musik for 2011 that features: MED feat., PLANET ASIA & KURUPT, MOBB DEEP, TORAE, WYLD BUNCH, KONCEPT feat., ROYCE DA 5’9, KRUMBSNATCHA, GEE-O feat., MOS DEF, BREEZE feat., RAKAA IRISCIENCE, HAS-LO, KRUMBSNATCHA & GURU, DJ LORD RON & WILDELUX…. Tune in enjoy! – Signing off ya man A-FS 201-973! TWO FINGERS UP! THREE DOWN!
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Zulu nation’s D.J. Lord Ron Brings You Another Dedication Mix, This time for Heavy D, The Overweight Lover recently passed and to celebrate his Life and large body of work that he presented the world we give you this mix! Preserve The culture and dont take these artists for granted show them what they mean before they gone! Water! – A-FS 201-973
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Friday, November 11, 2011
Sylvia Robinson (March 6, 1936 – September 29, 2011) was an American singer, musician, record producer and record label executive most notably known for her work as founder/CEO of the hip hop label, Sugar Hill records. This mixtape is dedicated to Miss Robinson. Big up to the pioneers of hip hop culture. This is my generation which I’m very proud of. I was 16 when I first heard hip hop music in the late 70′s. Rock on TRUE SKOOL! Word!!!!!!!!! Preserving The Culture Rock on!!!!!!! — DJ Lord Ron
FEATURING: TREACHEROUS 3, GRANDMASTER FLASH & THE FURIOUS 5, STARSKI LUV BUG, RUN DMC, STEADY B, MC SHAN, BOOGIE BOYS, WHODINI, GRANDMASTER FLASH & THE FURIOUS 5, CAPTAIN ROCK, SPOONIE GEE, CRASH CREW, SUGARHILL GANG, STARSKI LUV BUG, FUNKY 4 + 1, GRANDMASTER FLASH, SPOONIE GEE & THE SEQUENCE, SUGARHILL GANG, GRANDMASTER FLASH & THE FURIOUS 5
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Rapper Heavy D collapsed in his Beverly Hills home Tuesday morning and died a short time later at a Los Angeles hospital, according to police and the coroner. He was 44.
Heavy D, whose real name is Dwight Arrington Myers, was found conscious with difficulty breathing at his home after police were called there at 11:25 a.m., the Beverly Hills police said in a news release.
He was pronounced dead in the emergency room at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Tuesday afternoon, according to Los Angeles County coroner's operations chief Craig Harvey. The cause of death has not been determined, Harvey said.
His hip-hop recording career began in 1987 with his group Heavy D & the Boyz and on his first album he released the hit single "The Overweight Lover's in the House." Another one of his breakthrough hits came in 1991 with a remake of the O'Jays' "Now That We Found Love."
Heavy D's rapping was featured on Janet Jackson's 1990 hit "Alright."
He rapped on Michael Jackson's 1991 hit "Jam," which he performed at last month's Michael Jackson tribute show in Cardiff, Wales.
He also composed and performed the theme songs several television shows, including "In Living Color," "MADtv" and "The Tracy Morgan Show."
His last CD, "Love Opus," was released this year.
Heavy D also pursued an acting career, which included mostly roles on TV shows and movies.
He played a courthouse guard in the Eddie Murphy film "Tower Heist," released last weekend.
iReporter: "Rest in peace to Heavy D"
He used his Twitter account Monday night to express sadness about the death of boxer Joe Frazier:
"SMOKIN JOE FRAZIER..RIP.. truly one of the best heavyweight champs that ever lived.. GODS SPEED,MR FRAZIER!"
Heavy D's last Twitter message, posted late Monday, was: "BE INSPIRED!"
CNN's Jack Hannah contributed to this report.