Friday, January 25, 2013

The HedRush: Episode #44 - L.A. Hip-Hop Appreciation Pt. 2, featuring DJ Mark Luv


It's been a long time... we shouldn't have left you... without part 2 of our history of Los Angeles hip-hop podcast.

But hey, this episode is packed with close to two hours and 15 minutes of music and insight that only the HedRush can provide. Legendary DJ/Zulu Nation King/personality Mark Luv and Spider Jerusalem, along wtih JB d'Mulatto behind the boards, engage in their sprawling exploration of the Los Angeles hip-hop scene in the '80s and '90s. Among other thing, they discuss the origins of one of L.A.'s hip-hop's pioneering crews, the history of Freestyle dancing, the dynamics of organizing and recording a posse cut, and the backgrounds of a couple hip-hop groups that never fullfilled their potential in their primes.

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Tracklisting and previous episodes: The HedRush


2 comments:

done said...

Oh man the Rhyme Syndicate history on here is so good. Listening now, I need to get up on more of that Good Life etc shit.

Boothe said...

Yup!

I could listen to Mark Luv tell stories all day.

Glad these guys are podcasting again. Been bothering Jessie (Spider Jerusalem) for a long time to get this episode up.

I hope they get on a regular schedule again.