December 8, 2008
I’ve been doing this blog for two years now, and I just realize that I haven’t posted the Chronic review from The Source yet. The review was written by Matty c, but for some reason was signed by The Mind Squad, the collective name used by the staff writers. Published in february 1993.
Dr Dre : Dre Day extended mix (DivShare)
June 12, 2008
Long story on the Freestyle Fellowship, Mad Kap, Pharcyde and the Good Life from Rap Sheet, july 1993. Sorry for the bad quality, but you know how cheap Rap Sheet paper was. Audio is quite recent, it’s Pharcyde’s leader Fatlip with Heavyweight MC (and unseen force behind this blog) T-Love from the Jazz Liberatorz album. T-Love new album is coming out in september, but we’ll talk about that later…
Fatlip & T-Love : Genius At Work (Divshare)
October 4, 2007
Ice Cube was on the cover of the 1990 summer issue of The Source, no interview inside but a strange analysis supporting Ice Cube’s chauvinistic stance.
To fully understand the last paragraph (“Why do my posse and I have fun shouting along with Ice Cube ? He caters to our fantasies in a world where we feel so powerless.”), you have to realize that the writer Dan Charnas is a white american male who, at that time, was a&r at
Tommy Boy Profile..
Audio is Ice Cube, Sir Jinx and K-Dee first single.
CIA : My Posse (DivShare)
September 27, 2007
Review Of I Smooth 7 first album from The Source, june 1995 by Allen S. Gordon The Ebony Cat.
I Smooth 7 : For Da Love Of The Ghetto (DivShare)
I Smooth 7 : For Da Love Of The Ghetto (Mass Mirror)
April 10, 2007
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
March 25, 2007
Reginald C Dennis talks to NWA’s best MC, Ren, about the release of his EP. From The Source in august 1992.
MC Ren : Kizz My Black Azz
Category : Reginald C. Dennis, LA, Interview.