The Stetson Brothers aka Stetsasonic Demo Tape
Tuesday April 27th 2010,
Filed under: Demo Week,Not Your Average,Promos & Exclusives,Tape Vaults
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Ever wonder what MC Delite, Daddy-O and The Human Mix Machine Wise sounded like before ‘Go Stetsa’? Here’s a tape of the Stetson Brothers (with DJ Prince Paul on the wheels) going for broke around 1984.

The Stetson Brothers Demo Tape

Courtesy of Old School Hip-Hop Tapes, via g

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never get enough of these old school routines.

Comment by swordfish 04.27.10 @

The crazy part is this, and I say it with the serious nature of a bad prognosis. It’s better than a lot of new stuff coming out. It’s like hip hop is going backwards.

Dee El Sends

Comment by Dee El 04.27.10 @

Can’t ever go wrong with Daddy O and Delite on the same track. It’s definitely a time vault treasure that shows just how much rap has alienated beatbox from albums. Nice to know that hiphop keeps it alive and very well respected at shows though!

Comment by CENZI 04.27.10 @

Although they were from Brooklyn and Paul from L.I this sounds like the South Bronx without question…dope

Comment by mercilesz 04.27.10 @

Whats the beef with Fruitkwan and the rest of Stet, anyway? He wasn’t around for, “Blood, Sweat, and No Tears” and he wasn’t onstage at their recent (one-off?) reunion show. Wise fills in for him. Anybody know the deal?

Comment by J 04.27.10 @

^^ could be because he passed away?

Comment by spitler 04.27.10 @

“It’s like hip hop is going backwards.”
No shit?
Has been for a while…

Comment by D-BO 04.28.10 @

Dope, thanks Robbie and Old School Hip Hop Tapes.

Comment by Jaz 05.02.10 @

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