Bootleggin’ In The NY Times / Nu-Skratch DVD
Sunday June 26th 2005,
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NY Times

I just came across this feature in the New York Times, which I was interviewed for a few months ago:

Hip-Hop’s Raiders of the Lost Archives

By Jon Caramanica

DJ Ivory discussed this issue when I interviewed him last year. I’ve also written a little something along the same lines.

In other news, Pritt from Nu-Skratch blessed me with a preview DVD of some documentaries that he’s putting out. The trailers for Men & Their Music looks like it’s going to bury all the other films covering hip-hop producers and DJ’s from recent years, and previews for the DJ Supreme (Hijack) film and the King of the Beats challenge are just as dope. Look for a detailed review when these projects see an official release. In the meantime, visit the Nu-Skratch site for some trailers.


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Like smooth operators, baby. Hahaha. Smooth operators, kiiiiiid.

Blogs are the new bootleg white label 12″s of obscure golden-era cuts which get sold to clueless newjacks on ebay as originals which are the new “hear no evil” style mix cds which are the new Crates1974 posts about supposedly meeting Alpo on 125th street while copping a mixtape from Kid Capri which are the new Ego Trip’s Rap Lists Artists Who Were At One Time Rumored To Have Signed To Death Row Records list.

Comment by Brian Beck From Wisconsin 06.27.05 @

“the new Crates1974 posts about supposedly meeting Alpo on 125th street while copping a mixtape from Kid Capri”

Haha, I remember that shit.

I can’t believe that someone actually made a mixtape with songs that use “Funky Drummer”. If that’s what this whole “Random Rap” thing is about, then count me out.

Comment by Robbie 06.27.05 @

peace to my boy Crates1974

Brooklyn, holla!

Comment by word_a_mowf 07.03.05 @

do you know crates1974?

-DJ LROCK
http://myspace.com/djlrock

Comment by crates1974 09.23.05 @



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