Review of Master Ace last single for Cold Chillin’, written by Reginald C. Dennis in The Source, june 1991.
Master Ace : Movin’ On (remix) (DivShare)
Master Ace featuring Unique & Master Ice : Go Where I Sent Thee (DivShare)
Review of Yz’s first mini-album, entirely produced by Trenton legend Tony D. Written by Reginald C Dennis in the Source.
Yz & Tony D : Mixel Plic (remix) (DivShare)
Review of the last BDP album from the Source, march 1992. Anyone who has a copy of “Intromental”, please upload it for posterity !
The mp3 is the remix version of We In There with different lyrics.
KRS One : We In There (Ali Shaheed Muhammad remix) (Hulkshare)
Great interview where LL Cool J answers the questions of Reginald C. Dennis. Unfortunately I don’t have a copy of the Dangerous practice session that he played for him, so instead the audio is a live recording of LL dissing Ice T over the Keni Burke instrumental.
Review of Snoop’s first album in The Source, which was treated with a so-so rating (compared to the 4.5 mics of Enter The Wu-Tang in the same issue), thus giving us another proof of their legendary east-coast biais. February 1994.
Snoop & Kurupt : Nuthin but a freestyle mix
It’s not very often that you see a journalist actually doing research and investigation in a rap magazine. The last time this happened was this Reginald C. Dennis piece on EPMD breaking up in The Source, in march 1993.
EPMD & Roger Troutman : Get Up (edit)
From the january 1993 issue of The Source, G Rap and Tyron Williams, Cold Chillin CEO, talk about censorship with Reginald C. Dennis, Ice T’s favourite journalist !
Kool G Rap & DJ Polo : Train Robbery
The infamous Source editorial of december 1992 where Reginald C. Dennis blame Ice T for dropping Cop Killer from Body Count album. This was the first article that spark the beef between The Source and Ice T which culminated with Ice T’s last great song, It’s On.
Next to it is the explanation of what happened before that they printed in the year recap, published in january 93.
Ice T : It’s On