Filed under: Not Your Average,Radio Interviews,Steady Bootleggin',Tape Vaults
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
BDK’s pioneering work with see-through outfits has yet to be properly acknowledged.
Another steal from XXL. This might be the only other decent track ever to feature in the Bangers section, given the glut of Southern trash on there. A little Big Daddy Kane unleased shit, taped off of Westwood‘s show, from around the Prince of Darkness era, judging by the sing-songy sections of his lyrics that became an annoying part of his repertoire later in his career. The beat could be some Easy Moe Bee work, but that’s a rough guess.
Big Daddy Kane – Sing My Song [unreleased]
In the “pointless diss record” department we find “Fuck It (Busta Rhymes Diss)” from Dinco, who’s decided to get at his old Leaders of the New School pal some thirteen years after their last album together. As “the other guy” from L.O.N.S., Dinco faces an uphill battle catching anyone’s ear in 2006, but I guess he figured that this was the best way to get a little attention for himself. Considering that the only worthwhile thing Busta has done in recent times is banging one or more of those Pussycat Dolls chicks, I could care less about a diss song towards him, but I’m hoping that the D loses the drum machine and follows up with some quality tracks like “The Treacherous Three”, a slept-on cut he did with Chris Lowe and Sadat X a couple of years back. I’m not holding my breath though.
Dinco – Fuck It (Busta Rhymes Diss)
In blog news, the Vinyl Addicts have closed-up shop, after having brought us some great material (the video posts in particular) for the last year or so. Even when they posted records I already had, it was still quicker to grab them off there than rip them onto my hard drive off the vinyl, so thanks for all the hard work fellas! You’ve got until the end of April before all the old files get removed, so get in while the going is good.
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