Classic Review : Movin’ On (remix) in The Source (1991)

August 4, 2012

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)


Classic review : Yz’s EP in The Source (1991)

April 5, 2009

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)


Classic Reviews : Sex And Violence in The Source (1992)

March 18, 2008

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)


Born Again : Run DMC in The Source (1993)

August 1, 2007

Dope piece on the best group ever by Reginald C. Dennis in february 1993.

Run DMC : Live At Montreux (DivShare)





Categories : Feature, Queens, Live, Reginald C.Dennis .

Pimpin Ain’t Easy : Too Short interview in The Source (1992)

June 13, 2007

Cover story on Too Short from the august 1992 issue of The Source, interviewed by Reginald C. Dennis.

Too Short : In The Trunk (Glove Compartment Street Mix) (zShare)
Too Short : In The Trunk (Glove Compartment Street Mix) (DivShare)

Holder Of The Rock : LL Cool J interview in The Source (1993)

June 12, 2007

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.

LL Cool J : Freestyle live at Chuck Chillout Birthday Party (zShare)
LL Cool J : Freestyle live at Chuck Chillout Birthday Party (DivShare)

Classic Review : Doggystyle in The Source (1994)

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