The Combat Jack Show – The DMC Episode

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Sucks that Dallas isn’t in on this episode, considering his Queens heritage and comic book stats.



Mikey D Apologizes To LL Cool J and Melle Mel

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Queens battle MC veteran Mikey D hit up Unkut HQ the other day to make the following announcement:

Mikey D: All through the years, since the 80’s, with [LL] Cool J, each interview that I have the topic of the conversation is always about me and him. Although we went through what we went through, me looking back as a grown man, technically he didn’t do anything to me that was wrong. He did everything that he was supposed to do! But I got caught-up in people’s misery. You know how they say “misery needs company”, so by me still drinking 40 oz’s and still trying to hold on to being the “baddest MC in the neighborhood” title – and you’ve got these miserable people in your ears all the time, hating on him for what he’s doing? Of course I fell into that. I’m going to keep it real and say to him that I apologize for any form of disrespect. I can’t fault a man for my failures. After I left the beer and all of the negative people alone, that’s when I started seeing clearly. Melle Mel also, what happened happened at the New Music Seminar, that was 25 years ago. Let’s get over it. I want to apologize to both of them as a man, because we are all under the same umbrella. Let’s get it poppin’!

Mikey’s new crew Elements of Hip-Hop consists of Mikey D on the mic, DJ Mercury (who worked with Professor X) and Philly DJ legend Grand Wizard Rasheen. Calm Before The Storm drops April 2, with Day of Destruction following later in the year.



Video: Black, Rock and Ron – You Can’t Do Me None [1990]
Tuesday January 22nd 2013,
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Watch Black Rock and Ron drive around in a limo and rap over “To Be Real.” Please note the extra deep V-neck sweaters, Ron Scratch’s portable drum machine and their dancers sporting the world’s most colorful overalls. Just remember kids, “When it comes to skeezers, I lay pipe like a piper!”



Video: Run-DMC Meet The King of Chinese Rap
Monday October 29th 2012,
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Oh, those wacky Japanese! Run, DMC and Jam-Master Jay are joined by the ‘King of Chinese Rap’ during a performance of ‘Walk This Way’, before a beatbox freestyle and an extra awkward interview.