Classic Reviews : Dead Serious in The Source (1992)

September 30, 2008

While their style may have not aged as well as some of their Hit Squad colleagues, Das Efx first album was quite entertaining at the time. As requested here is the review ran in the Source back in may 1992, and as a bonus the letter from ?uest, a young fan from a Philadelphia group then called Square Roots, later known as The Roots…

Das Efx : They Want EFX remix (divshare)


Classic Review : Whut Thee Album in The Source (1992)

May 3, 2007

Review of Redman first album in The Source, commented by Matty C. Only 4.5 mics, but that’s probably because Reginald C. Dennis had a no five-mic policy at that time.

Redman, Tame 1 & Rah Digga : Stretch Armstrong Promo (prod Redman) (zShare)
Redman, Tame 1 & Rah Digga : Stretch Armstrong Promo (prod Redman) (You Send It)

Out Of Business : The EPMD break up in The Source (1993)

April 4, 2007

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)


Funk From Hell : Redman feature in The Source (1992)

April 2, 2007

December 1992, Redman as seen by The Source’s Editor In Chief, Jon Shecter, the accompanying freestyle is from a 1996 Bad Boy mixtape.

Redman : Freestyle from the Puff Daddy/Stretch Armstrong mixtape


Categories : Jon Shecter, Hit Squad, Feature, Freestyle.

Classic Review : Business Never Personal in The Source

March 23, 2007

Big Greg Cee’s short review of EPMD’s ultimate album. The Source august, 1992.

EPMD : Brothers From Brentwood, LI


Categories : Hit Squad, Review.