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Inbox Goodies: The One Where Trav Doesn't Even Know Where To Start….

by Travis on August 20, 2009

I originally started doing these inbox goodies post as an easy post once a week. Well as most “easy” things, they aren’t always so easy. That’s why I’ve been on a major lag with the inbox. These things take some time. I have about….oh, I’d say at least three weeks of stuff sitting in a folder that I’ve been meaning to put up, but just haven’t. Of course I put up some of the things I found personally interesting when I’ve had the chance, but I’ve never wanted to dominate the blog too much with my own personal tastes, I already do that enough. Anyway, here is a BUNCH of stuff that has been sitting around. Undoubtedly a lot of this stuff has been featured on other spots weeks ago, but if you missed them on those other places, here’s your chance to catch up…Unfortunately I didn’t get as far as I was hoping tonight (got through stuff I got today and that’s about it), other stuff distracted me, but I’ll try to get some more up tomorrow night while I plan out some new original stuff.

New Issue of HHC

Celebrating 25 years of the DMC Championships, the new issue of HHC Digital pays tribute to the history of the world’s premier mixing competition with DJ Craze, Q-Bert, A-Trak, The Scratch Perverts, Roc Raida, Cutmaster Swift and many more all taking a trip down memory lane.

We’ve also dug in the dusty DMC vaults to unearth the greatest selection of archived DMC photos you’ll ever see (James Brown performing live in London in ’88? Check! Behind-the-scenes footage of the legendary Royal Albert Hall set-up from ’86? Yep!) while DMC champ DJ Switch has put together a slick 30 minute mix of the month’s best new music to soundtrack the reading experience.

Elsewhere in the issue Trackademicks talks about his ultimate Bay Area posse project, Will C tells all about collecting Real Roxanne posters, Fresh Daily details his obsession with breasteses, Unkut drops a list of hip-hop’s most totally humourless rappers, Werner gives up the definitive guide to unreleased Natural Elements tracks, and we highlight only those albums that are actually worth downloading this month.

All that and it’s free! So pop along and cop it now:



Mixtapes, Albums, Podcasts & EPs

DJ Ill Digitz (of Kooely High) Presents: Fresh Cuts Sponsored by K 97.5 FM

For those not in the know, DJ Illdigitz of the NC hip-hop conglomerate Kooley High also works as a radio DJ fro K 97.5 in his hometown of Raleigh NC. Like Rosenberg(NYC), DJ Hyphen(Seattle,WA) and others…Digitz is one of the few DJ’s playing real hip hop on commercial radio waves. Here is a podcast he does for the station that features music you wont here on top 40 radio. They are kind enought o post it on their site for download and they are big supporters of both Digitz and Kooely High so big ups to K 97.5!!!
Fresh Cuts with DJ Illdigitz Episode 3


1) Kid Cudi feat. Kanye West – “Make Her Say”
2) The Cool Kids – “Champions”
3) J.Cole – “Grown Simba”
4) Tanya Morgan feat. Phonte – “She’s Gone”
5) The Clipse – “I’m Good”
6) Drake feat. Trey Songz – “Successful”
7) Mayer Hawthorne – “Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out (Astronote Remix)”
8) Chrisette Michele feat. Ne-Yo – “What You Do”
9) Maxwell – “Pretty Wings”


New Jay-Z Video

Watch Run This Town Video Here!!!

Animal Farm Footage

Footage from Animal Farm performing at the Dew Tour with LMFAO this past weekend. In the video, Animal Farm also takes the viewer on a humerous tour of the Rose Garden Arena and the Dew Tour.

Animal Farm is currently making a ton of noise as one of the hottest hip-hop groups from the Northwest. Their most recent album, “The Unknown”, features the legendary KRS-One and has received radio play throughout the country, as well as on iTunes Indiecast, and peaked at #3 on the CMJ Hip-Hop Charts, where Animal Farm remained in the Top 10 for seven straight weeks. The group has been praised in many publications and blogs, including Urb Magazine’s Next 1000, which claimed “The animated Animal Farm achieves a classically feel-good tone.” Animal Farm’s newest single, “Back in the Day”, was featured on NBC and MTV2′s 2009 coverage of the Dew Tour, and will be available on their next album, to be released in Early 2010.

The group has quickly developed a large regional following after performing live throughout the United States with the likes of Common, Method Man and Redman, LMFAO, GZA and RZA from Wu-Tang Clan, N.E.R.D., KRS-One, The Cool Kids, The Game, Dead Prez, Brand Nubian, Aceyalone, Mike Jones, Del the Funky Homosapien, Tha Alkaholiks, and at festivals such as CMJ Music Marathon, SXSW, The Dew Tour, MusicFest NW, and NW Reggae Fest.


Hell Razah & Shabazz

Back after the Release of Welcome to Red Hook Houses on Babygrande Records returns Hell Razah and Shabazz with a double mixtape hosted by 2 of the best of Justo’s Mixtape DJ’s in the game, DJ J. Ronin and DJ Rated R from Canada called
T.H.U.G. Angelz n Demonz/Stairway to Heaven Razah’ with all new and exclusives tracks.

Songs will be available for download and to buy on
Here is the world premier called ‘Mo Angelz Mo Demonz’. Support Real Hip Hop. Wingz Up.

Hell Razah & Shabazz - Mo Angelz Mo Demonz (


Fes Taylor f. Inspectah Deck & Solomon Childs – Shoot Up The Party (Official Remix)

Killa Hill: The Documentary (Official Trailer)

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This documentary is directed By Gerald Barclay.

**Inspectah Deck Presents Fes Taylor – Flight 10304 (T-2 Fly) Is In Stores Now!**



His laid back flow and production have made him an undisputed Hip-Hop legend, but t
hose attributes and accomplishments have and always will certify multi-platinum rapper and producer, Warren G as a West Coast icon.

Warren G exploded out of the burgeoning Long Beach rap scene in 1994 and while many of his West Coast contemporaries such as Tupac, Dr. Dre, and Snoop signed record deals with LA’s Death Row Records, Warren G took an alternative route and signed with Def Jam in New York , quickly proving he had something remarkable up his sleeve. His 1994 debut album, Regulate…G Funk Era, certified Warren G as a multi-platinum internationally acclaimed artist, selling over 10 million units worldwide. He also received multiple award nominations (Grammy, American Music, Soul Train) for his smash hit “Regulate.”

With seven LP’s (his reunion disc with Snoop and Nate Dogg 213′ The Hard Way was released in 2004 and quickly went Gold) already under his belt, Warren G will release his sixth solo LP, Tha G Files, on 9-29-09 (an entirely self-produced effort) and it features the Snoop Dogg assisted lead-single, “Swagger Rich.”

DL Link to Warren G “100 Miles & Runnin” f/Raekwon & Nate Dogg:

Not only is Warren G back with G Files, but the West is back!!


5 O’Clock Shadowboxers & Has-Lo

Fresh off the hype of Zilla Rocca and Douglas Martin’s “The Slow Twilight”, here’s a b-side from the 5 O’Clock Shadowboxers remixed by Zilla himself so y’all don’t forget that Doug isn’t the only slamming producer out of the duo.

In addition, we got a new joint from Has-Lo produced by DJ Soulclap. Great vibe for those late-summer blues and BBQs… Please repost these on blogs, DJ pools, etc if you’re feeling ‘em!

5 O’Clock Shadowboxers - “No Fury” (Zilla Rocca Remix):

Has-Lo“How Do You Feel” (prod DJ Soulclap)

SBcigar.jpg picture by DAAP (Has-Lo)
Has_stairs.jpg picture by DAAP


Potholes In My Blog Presents… Transmitting Live Volume 1 Mixed by DJ Traumatix

Second and Final Official Leak off the Upcoming Mixtape, Transmitting Live Volume 1.
A Double Single featuring Sene, Blu, King Magnetic, Elucid and Haj of Dumhi!

Side 1: Sene“PaperPlanePushers” produced by Blu [Artwork & mp3 Attached]

Side 2: King Magnetic & Elucid – “Double Your Money” produced by Haj of Dumhi [Artwork & mp3 Attached]

Zip File of Both Singles Together & Full Artwork

Direct Link:

Blog Feature:

Official Release Date: August 25th, 2009

Over 25 exclusive, unreleased tracks featuring: Keelay & Zaire, Panacea, K-Murdock, Blu, IMAKEMADBEATS, Buff1, M-Phazes, Damu the Fudgemunk, Sene, Jon Hope, Objektiv One, The Tones, Trek Life, 9th Wonder, Arts the Beatdoctor, Muneshine, D-Sisive, Fundament, Blame One, Dujeous, Animate Objects, Dela, dumHi, King Magnetic, Elucid, TAIS, Jern Eye, J Freedome, Midaz, Slo Mo, The Regiment, The Red Giants (Jermiside & Brickbeats), Big Tone, Debaser (Sapient & Ethic), Descry, ESEMDEE, Joe Kickass, Ritchcraft, Kayo, Killing Skills, Nichelle Brown, Alternate Reality (Dumi RIGHT & Cadence) and many more!

Major props to Objektiv One ( , ) for cooking up the fantastic single artwork… Enjoy!

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