Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Show Notes: Jay Porks Experience Episode #72 'Idiot Culture'

Guess who's back. Community!
Check out the first two BRAND NEW episodes on Yahoo Screen

Kim Gordon is on a Book Tour and she sat down with Carrie Brownstein to chat about 'Girl In A Band'

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Above is the personnel from Mase's debut record Harlem World which came out in 1997. 

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Show Notes: Jay Porks Experience Episode #71 'Pretentious Clickbait Websites

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RIP Sam Simon, co-creator of the Simpsons

Here is your SXSW 2015 Keynote speaker.... 

Rest In Peace to Biggie. Above, listen to One More Chance released May 9th 1995.

Here's a song by Big L titled 'MVP'. This was on his debut record Lifestylez Ov Da Poor and Dangerous, which hit stores March 28th 1995.

Nas, arguably Hip Hop's greatest living MC, talks Big L with Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97. Flex actually points out that Diddy jacked his whole MVP vibe. The way they speak about how Hip Hop used to be in NYC just brings me way back.

Back in the early 90s, DJ Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia used to have a 5 hour show without commercials on 88.9 FM WKCR overnights. The idea was rappers can get their demo played for the first time, even come up to drop a verse or two after performing a show somewhere in the city. Big L became a regular and always brought up his friends from Harlem to shine. Ma$e and Cam'ron can be heard in the above freestyle.

 The most famous of those times when Big L brought up and coming rapper Jay Z and the duo burned the place down.

Broad City!!!

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Show Notes: Jay Porks Experience Episode #70 'Wanna Be Like B-Real'

B Real from Cypress Hill has a new mixtape out called The Prescription. It's highly recommended.

Meanwhile, there's people like this in the world who somehow make it on Television.

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G-Unit went on the Breakfast Club on Tuesday to talk a load of things including their new EP 'The Beast Is G-Unit', 50's lack of a relationship with Dr. Dre these days and seeing Suge Knight come pay a visit to the 'In Da Club' video shoot. Funny funny times.