Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Preserving The Culture Mix # 83 (By D.J. Lord Ron 5/21/13)

Preserving The Culture Mix #82 ( By D.J. Lord Ron 5/06/13 )

PTC Mixtape #84 (4 Tha Ladies & Gents, Tha Nite Tyme Mix) by DJ Lord Ron

Preserving The Culture Mixtape #81 (By D.J. Lord Ron 4/19/13)

Vibe Out: FINLAND by UK Vibe

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Gee-O's take on the BET Hip Hop Awards

This evening I made sure to tune in to BET 15 minutes before 8pm. Lip Sync Battle was on and I got me a good laugh with the remainder of the show. Remy Ma won the Lip Sync Battle and got that nice Championship belt. That was just an appetizer to what I really tuned in to watch and that is the BET Hip Hop Awards. Now, why would I be hyped to watch this year’s Award show? It’s in MIAMI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From the opening of the show, you knew it's going to be a 305 affair. DJ Khaled started off the show with the lit joint from a few years back: I’m So Hood. I was happy to see Trick Daddy on stage, T-Pain does his thing and was surprised to even see Plies. I thought it was a great way to start the show. There was great energy from the start. 

Now the Cyphers is always going to be a gem for the Hip Hop Awards and I was excited that DJ Premier decided to use the You’re The Customer beat from EPMD as the main beat for the cypher. I remember when I first came to South Florida in 1988 that beat was jumping even then. I thought every rapper that participated in the Cypher all did their thing. Not one Cypher was weak. 

The Performances overall was good. A HUGE shoutout to Yo Gotti because he only rapped over his hooks and also had DJ. Cardi B had a DJ as well but she brought energy and put on a performance. I honestly thought Migos would’ve done Bad N Boujee or T-Shirt instead of what song they did. I wasn’t feeling Playboy Carti’s performance at all. His blouse of an I Love NY sweater totally threw me off. Gucci Mane’s performance had no energy at all Worst is that it was done at a whole different location. I think I’d be lit for being at Club Liv than his performance there

The awards given out tonight was a totally predictable but I honestly didn’t mind at all. With the choices that were given for the awards and also the momentum that each artist this year you knew who the obvious winners will be. 

Eminem’s Freestyle was awesome and to the point. I personally thought it was more of an outstanding spoken word segment rather than a freestyle. Nonetheless, it was great to see Eminem. He bodied Trump and everything that is wrong with him and with what’s going on here

The I Am Hip-Hop Icon Award to Luther “Uncle Luke” Campbell is well deserved and long overdue. When he was talking about his struggles and also his rejections from the Hip Hop peers I can truly vouch for him with that. I remember the first time I heard of Luke I was in NYC listening to a station and they played “We Want Some P*ssy” and I was blown!!!!! I remember when I came down to Florida and how popular the 2 Live Crew were was insane. There were a popular mixtape DJs called Jam Pony Express that used to rock 2 Live Crew joints heavy. I also remember hearing folks diss 2 Live Crew for not being “Hip Hop” too!!!! They made booty music they say. The elements of Hip Hop was there but it sounded different from what other places were doing. He marched on. He took on the Supreme Court and won, He championed his sound and still toured GLOBALLY!!!!!! Booty music got him his tours. It is still Hip Hop!!!!!! His music made some feel uncomfortable but his music also made many feel loose and made you wanna dance. Whenever any of his songs came on down here or anywhere that was poppin he had everyone on that dance floor. He totally deserves this win. 


When DJ Khaled said they don’t want us to win he was talking about Miami in general. It was a huge deal that Miami got the Hip Hop Awards. There were times I’m watching the show and saying though “Are they hot in some of these outfits?”. It’s 90 something down here and the cypher is done outside in the heat. I’m seeing sweaters on and all……….Hope they’re not funky. I also enjoyed the fact that they also had segments about Hurricanes that affected areas.  

Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) - Beef (Gee-O Remix)

Monday, October 9, 2017

DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 19

THE CHRONICLES RADIO SHOW -ROKISSY FM -10/8/17-NEW BOOM BAP -DJ MIXX AND DJ SNUU

Soul Senators - Playlist 1733

THE AFTERWORK CLASSIC REWIND -10/6/17-STREETVISION RADIO-DJ MIXX AND DJ SNUU

AutumnOmy17 by Soul Jazz Easy Come

DJMILAN OLD SKOOL 89-90-91-92..JUNGLE HARDCORE DRUM-BASS

Mono Loco Mixtape: Jazz Show (06/10/2017)

DJ Boogie Boy - Search & Destroy (1996)

Marley Marl & Westwood - BBC Radio 1 30.01.99

Hip hop classics short mix by Dj Skillz

Friday, October 6, 2017

Gee-O Mixes on Youtube





A Stable Sound Episode 12: Sound Of The Funky Drummer Featuring Edan

Gang Starr 'Daily Operation' 25th Anniversary Mixtape mixed by Chris Read

Dj Jazzy Jeff - Block Party Vol. I

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

The best meme of the day

I know many of women that fits the bill with this meme. Some I have been shocked when I saw their Real selves. Now I don’t put anybody that wants to let me in the secret but I know several men have been shocked. Then there’s brave women that’ll be like what, git an issue???”😂😂😂

Gee-O Podcast 10317

THE READY CEE SHOW - Episode #202

Preserving The Culture MixxTape #122 (The Hardcore as We See It) by DJ Lord Ron

THE CHRONICLES RADIO SHOW -ROKISSY FM-10/1/17-DJ MIXX AND DJ SNUU

Sick mix, thought music might make this fever go away... Nope... Head was killing me... by Dj Skillz

45s,Albums and CDs on wgfmradio.com 9/30/17 by Gary T

beaterapia #23

Diamond D 'Stunts, Blunts & Hip Hop' 25th Anniversary Mixtape mixed by Chris Read

Sunday, September 3, 2017

DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 17

Pirate Radio w/Marley Marl & Pete Rock 105.9 WNWK February 26, 1994

The Awesome Two (Special K & Teddy Tedd) 105.9 WNWK February 5, 1994

The Stretch & Bobbito Show w/DJ Eclipse 89.9 WKCR March 20, 1997

Preserving The Culture MixxTape #121

Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s) (27/07/2017)

Thursday, August 24, 2017

DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 16



  • 1 Around The Way Girl by LL Cool J
  • 2 Hey Mr. D.J. (Original Mix) by Zhane
  • 3 All For One by Brand Nubian
  • 4 Scenario by A Tribe Called Quest
  • 5 Rock Box (B-Boy Mix) by Run-DMC
  • 6 Ain't No Half Steppin (Instrumental) by Big Daddy Kane
  • 7 The Show by Doug E. Fresh & The Get Fresh Crew
  • 8 Frontin' (Instrumental) by Pharrell Williams
  • 9 Classic (Instrumental) by DJ Premier
  • 10 How I Could Just Kill A Man by Cypress Hill
  • 11 Mama Said Knock You Out by LL Cool J
  • 12 Bring The Pain by Method Man
  • 13 They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.) by Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth
  • 14 The Gas Face by 3rd Bass
  • 15 So Wat Cha Sayin' by EPMD
  • 16 It's My Thing (Instrumental) by EPMD
  • 17 Got A Good Thing (Instrumental) by Superlove Cee and Casanova Rud
  • 18 Everybody Get Up (Instrumental) by Salt N Pepa
  • 19 Sucker MC's by Run-DMC
  • 20 Children's Story by Slick Rick
  • 21 Method Man by Method Man
  • 22 Dangerous by Busta Rhymes
  • 23 Time 4 Sum Aksion by Redman
  • 24 I'm The Magnificent (Remix) by Special Ed
  • 25 The Humpty Dance by Digital Underground
  • 26 Mo Money Mo Problems by The Notorious B.I.G.Featuring Puff Daddy & Mase
  • 27 911 Is A Joke by Public Enemy
  • 28 I Know You Got Soul by Eric B & Rakim
  • 29 Jack Of Spades by Boogie Down Productions
  • 30 Paperthin by MC Lyte
  • 31 How Ya Like Me Now by Kool Moe Dee
  • 32 Night Of The Living Baseheads (Remix) by Public Enemy
  • 33 Gettin Funky by Kid N Play
  • 34 Peter Piper by Run-DMC
  • 35 Looking At The Front Door by Main Source
  • 36 Feel So Good by Mase
  • 37 Party Groove by Showbiz & A.G.
  • 38 Don't Sweat The Technique by Eric B & Rakim
  • 39 Give It Here by Def Jef
  • 40 Ya Bad Chubbs by Chubb Rock
  • 41 World´s Famous by Malcolm McLaren
  • 42 8th Wonder by Sugarhill Gang
  • 43 Mona Lisa by Slick Rick
  • 44 Ladies First by Queen Latifah Featuring Monie Love
  • 45 Sometimes I Rhyme by Nice & Smooth
  • 46 Ready 2 Attack by Special Ed
  • 47 The 900 Number by DJ Mark The 45 King
  • 48 Lean On Me by Big Daddy Kane
  • 49 The Power by Chill Rob G
  • 50 Bubble Bunch by Jimmy Spicer
  • 51 Raw by Big Daddy Kane
  • 52 Say No Go by De La Soul
  • 53 What U Waitin 4 by Jungle Brothers
  • 54 Let's Move It by Special Ed
  • 55 Rampage by EPMD Featuring LL Cool J
  • 56 You Owe Me by Nas feat Ginuwine
  • 57 Changes by 2pac
  • 58 Set It Off by Strafe
  • 59 I Get The Job Done by Big Daddy Kane
  • 60 We Got Our Own Thang by Heavy D & The Boys
  • 61 Jam On It by Newcleus
  • 62 Dance For Me by Queen Latifah
  • 63 The Creator by Pete Rock & CL Smooth
  • 64 Doin' Our Own Dang by Jungle Brothers Featuring A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Monie Love
  • 65 Monie In The Middle by Monie Love
  • 66 A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays" by De La Soul Featuring Q-Tip
  • 67 Treat'em Right by Chubb Rock
  • 68 Juice (Know The Ledge) by Eric B & Rakim

DJ Gee-O Supreme Throwbacks 20