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Hip-Hop Shop #82 Interviews Devo Spice!

Every Sunday at 9:30 PM EST we air a live new edition of Hip-Hop Shop on BlogTalkRadio like the one you're about to hear - Episode #82 - Hip-Hop Shop Interviews Devo Spice! Tonight we cover the entire span of Spice's career from the formation of Sudden Death to the alt.rap.unsigned.tape to his rise to fame on the Dr. Demento Show and much much more. Check out his website at, follow him on Twitter @devospice, you can view his Facebook page too and he'll be at Nerdapalooza next weekend! Send all feedback on the show to Thanks for listening and remember to share the show with a friend and tell them to check out the replay every Tuesday on!

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Tracks featured this week:

* Devo Spice - Praying to the Porcelain God
* Devo Spice - I Hate Mondays
* Devo Spice - Why I No Longer Listen to New York Hip-Hop Radio
* Devo Spice - Not Your Personal IT Guy
* Devo Spice - Platform Wars

Willie Green - The Color of Funky

Many great producers don’t get the face time they deserve, which is why this week I made a trip behind the boards to catch up with beatsmith extraordinaire, Willie Green. Originally from Hartford, CT, but now residing in Brooklyn, there’s a good chance you’ve heard Green’s work, but just don’t realize it. He has production credits on the Super Chron Flight Bros’ latest album, Cape Verde, and on Premonition’s just released The Build. Green’s latest solo release is Dirty Jordans and when he sat down with me we discussed the album, why he likes the idea of dirty, rather than clean, Jordans, and what he has in common with some other famous Willie Greens, including an NBA player and an organic farm.

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Free Music Friday: The Avitus Edition

Back in 455, military commander Avitus was declared the Western Roman Emperor on this day. 1555 years later, he's the topic of this mixtape as a random, but significant title! These mixtapes run the summer and you should check 'em out!

Big Boi :: Mixtape for Dummies

[Big Boi's new album earned 9 of 10 on this very website!! What's new though? Big Boi brings nothing less from greatness. And this mixtape if for all you young'ns or slow cats who don't know Big Boi from the resturant. Others can download this one freely as we enjoy the tunes of Daddy Fat Sax, B-I-G-B-O-I]

Cee-Lo & Greg Street :: Stray Bullets

 Cee-Lo Green & Greg Street - Stray Bullets

[Heh, seems like another Dungeon relative decided to throw up a mixtape for us! Cee-Lo Green always comes with the future ish and this mixtape is no different. I don't even have to describe nothing here. Just d/l!]


Chilla :: The Juggernaut Mixtape

[Chilla's back on FMF, and he's the JUGGERNAUT TRICK!!! [Edited just in case we have chil'ren reading this. This mixtape features production from the Trackslayerz, as well as collaborations with Slaine of La Coka Nostra, J the S, Dre Robinson and much more. Download this!]


dead prez :: Revolutionary But Gangsta Grillz

[dead prez has always been one of my favorite/highly underrated groups of all time. This mixtape shows that the dead prez are still getting free and they're giving this one away FOR free. No excuse if you claim you love hip-hop, then you should have this one, playa.]


Intalek & Ritchcraft :: Lives and Vibes

[You ever had a group that seemingly come out of nowhere and one listen you receive a huge slap right in the face that's soothing instead of painful? That's what I had listening to these cats right here. The slap is my wake-up call as in, "Stop sleeping on these dudes!!" And y'all shouldn't either!] 


That's it for the "Avitus Edition" of "Free Music Fridays." If you have any free music you would like to share with the world, please e-mail me at If you're an artist with your free mixtape/album shown on this page and you want to send me a link re-up, corrections, and/or questions, e-mail me at, as well. Thanks for reading and enjoy y'all! Two fangas, one love....
Audio: Pharoahe Monch feat Mela Machinko - "Shine"

Video: Naughty By Nature - "I Gotta Lotta"

From The Wonder TwinZ:


Naughty By Nature --- "I GOTTA LOTTA"

PRODUCED BY: Lenox Road Productions

Artist: Naughty By Nature
Song Title: "I GOTTA LOTTA"
Album Title: "ANTHEM INC."
Record Label: Illtown Records

Video Produced by: Lenox Road Productions
Video Directed by: Trigger Treach, The Wonder TwinZ & Jessica Ardito
Video Edited by: The Wonder TwinZ
Video Filmed by: Lights Out Films



Naughty By Nature --- "I GOTTA LOTTA"

Naughty By Nature : "I GOTTA LOTTA"

Video: Jody Breeze feat. Travis Porter - "Jump The Line"

official music video!


cameos from Jazze Pha & DJ Smallz

Jump the Line - Jody Breeze ft. Travis Porter from TWOFIFTY VIDEO on Vimeo.

Von Pea "So Motivational: The Most Skullduggery of Mixtapes"

Fresh off of his Sandwich Shop collaboration with fellow Tanya Morgan member Donwill, Von Pea has been keeping himself busy with his own solo project, preparing Pea's Gotta Have It, slated for release September 2010. In order to whet the appetites of awaiting fans, Von Pea releases his free mixtape today, So Motivational: The Most Skullduggery of Mixtapes.

Consisting of a selection of new solo tracks and a host of current and past collaborations featuring talented artists like Trackademicks, XV, Che Grand, The Lessondary, and more So Motivational offers listeners a chance to catch up on much of the work Von has been doing outside his work with Tanya Morgan. "This started out as a collection of all of my recent collaborations," explains Von of the mixtape, "but I decided to use the ones that fit best as well as record a few new tracks." The result is a collection of tracks that to come together with fluidity. With "Lookin Fly" featuring Trackademicks and Donwill, the three rap over a funk-inspired Von Pea-produced track, while, elsewhere, "Year Of The Other" finds Von trading verses with fellow emcees Max Mega and Justin Battle over the track's smacking drums, wobbling bass, and hazy synthesizers. The mixtape is also accompanied by special artwork, created by Shake of

Von Pea's Pea's Gotta Have It will be released September 7th via Interdependent Media.

To download Von Pea's new mixtape, So Motivational: The Most Skullduggery Of Mixtapes, visit:

The Background:

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Von Pea has been emceeing since 1991 and producing since 2000. Initially attracted to hip hop by the likes of Another Bad Creation and many other young rappers that were near his own age, Von would eventually shift his interest to those who would become his strongest influences – A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Big Daddy Kane, DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, and Biggie. In 2002 Von Pea began an alliance with the original members of North Carolina rap group Little Brother (Phonte, Rapper Big Pooh, and 9th Wonder) which lead him to being featured on such projects as Phonte and Nicolay’s Foreign Exchange Connected album (“Von Sees”), and Little Brother’s The Minstrel Show (“Cheatin” interlude). In addition to his group’s music, Von has released acclaimed projects such as 2003’s “Custom Fitted”, 2007’s “Grand Vonye” and his late 2007 remix project “American Angster” which has been considered one of the best of the Jay Z remix albums. Von Pea is also a member of the rap group Tanya Morgan. Von Pea's latest solo album, Pea's Gotta Have it, will be released September 7th.


So Motivational: The Most Skullduggery Of Mixtapes:

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Video: Ralphy Boy - "Tell Me"



Ralphy Boy's introduction to the world continues as he presents his new video for the track entitled 'Tell Me'. In this video, Ralphy starts off by explaining what he wants from listeners then the video takes a slight twist.

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Also make sure you check out more from Ralphy Boy as well:


Ralphy Boy introduces himself to the world with this video entitled 'How You Like Me Now?' explaining the enigmatic side of his character. Also, download his mixtape 'Hear Me, Feel Me'.



'Hear Me, Feel Me' is a collection of tracks recorded by the Brooklyn artist from '08 until now. The project is compiled of both released and unreleased music to create Ralphy's story of his personality traits, love, pain, fun and being fly which stands the test of time. Includes fan favorites such as 'Tell Me', 'Get It' and 'Brooklyn Bullshit' (Fly, Fresh, Free).


Potluck To Release 'Greatest Hits With Our Buds' On July 20th

Potluck To Release “Greatest Hits With Our Buds” Featuring Tech N9ne, D12, E-40, Chali 2na,
and The Luniz On July 20th
Since 2001, Humboldt hip-hop duo Potluck has been cultivating an army of pot smoking hip-hop heads who crave the group’s head nodding beats. Throughout their decade career, Potluck has created some sticky musical chemistry with the aid of some of their closest musical comrades. Now the group has collected their greatest collaborations into one career spanning package entitled, "Greatest Hits With Our Buds", for release on July 20th, 2010 through Suburban Noize Records.
"We have been blessed to work with a lot of well known rappers throughout our career. We are always getting questions from fans about what album certain songs are on, so we decided to put out a 'Greatest Hits' of all the collaborations we have done," commented 1 Ton from Potluck. "We went through all of our albums and picked out all of the best collaboration tracks, as well as some unreleased songs we have with D12, King Gordy, and (Hed)pe. If you like Potluck or never heard of us before, this CD will be sure to entertain you. Welcome to the Movement!!!"
"Greatest Hits With My Buds" will be a 2-disc set that includes classic tracks from the Potluck back-catalog, as well as the previously unreleased song, “I Ain’t Crazy”, featuring none other than D12 & King Gordy. The second disc in this explosive set will include the Potluck EP, "Pothead Music Vol. 1: The Dank Alumni Experience", which was previously only available digitally. The EP features tracks the group recorded alongside Absolute on End, and Garth "Culti" Vader. The album is available for pre-order online at
DISC 1:                                                                                    
1 - "What We Are" feat. Tech N9ne & Big Krizz Kaliko
2 - "Sports Junkies" feat. Equipto
3 - "Stoner Bitch" feat. Kottonmouth Kings
4 - "Humboldt County High" feat. Al Roc Ski & Automatic
5 - "Say What U Wanna" feat. Tech N9ne
6 - "Mary Jane" feat. The Luniz
7 - "You Ain’t That Fine" feat. E-40
8 - "Hip Hop" feat. Mystik Journeymen
9 - "Hot Box Anthem' feat. Absolute on End & Garth Culti Vader
10 - "4smokazonly" feat. Hed PE
11 - "Roll Big" feat. Kottonmouth Kings
12 - "No Disrespect” feat. Ishi Dube
13 - "What’s Your Purpose" feat. DVS
14 - "Just Like U” feat. James Boy
15 - "Revolution" feat. Chali 2na
16 - "Smoke The Pain Away" feat. Twiztid
17 - "Funeral" feat. Twiztid
18 – “I Ain’t Crazy” feat D12 & King Gordy
1 - "Intro: Pot City"
2- "Wassuppers"
3 - "Vapors"
4 - "Roll It Up"
5 - "Fetish for Fightin"
6- "Humboldt County"
7 - "Doin' It Like Me"
8- "The Jump Off"
9 - "Puff, Puff" and Pass It
10- "Mary Jane"
11- "Outro: City Council Meeting"
Video: Q-Tip and Phonte Talk About Bilal

From Nora Ritchie:

Video: Q-Tip and Phonte Talk About Bilal

Q-Tip talks about Bilal from bilal oliver.

Phonte talks about Bilal from bilal oliver.

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