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We baaaack.

As I had assumed (first mistake), with the departure of El CAPitan to the West West Y’ALL and with M.A. Waakaoing island life, it seemed that the HHHT dynasty was ready to settle into bed and retire into seclusion.  But like the Clan you know NEVER to Fuck Wit’, we’re back on our B.S. and from the West, to the East to the FAR East, we got you covered.

So to continue with CAP’s lead…we stay heavy.

Never Can Say Goodbye.

You received the leaks MONTHS ago.  And yes, you were blown away.  And yes, like yourself, I wondered, ‘When the EFF is this ISH comin out?!” Well dammit, it’s arrived and it’s oh so sweet.  Featuring remixes of MJ, Marvin and Stevie, Beatnick & K-Salaam have without a shadow of a doubt proved that they are, in fact a problem.  For REALS for real.

Click cover for DL.


Couldn’t tell you what’s goin on here, but I can tell you I’m thoroughly intrigued.  These 2 working together should definitely generate goodies.

Pharrell & Mr. Oizo are Eric Williams?


Finally, on September 19th, the world lost a true innovator, inspiration and phenom to the art of turntablism. Anthony Williams a.k.a. Grandmaster Roc Raida passed away last week due to complications from a surgery he had to undergo after a mixed-martial arts accident.

Without question, not only one of the most influential people in the Turntablist community, but also one of the main reasons I began to pursue music in the first place.  I literally wore out my X-Pressions CD in Grade 10 to the point where out of the 20 some cuts, I could only eventually play 5 or 6 cause the rest of the disc was burnt out.   In Saskatoon, where I grew up, we had a Skate/Hip-Hop shop called 9Times that used to get bootleg copies of underground Hip-Hop VHS tapes.  That’s where I got Tableturns 2. That’s when I first saw the Push It/Goin Back to Cali routines and that’s when I realized that Roc Raida ain’t no joke.  And well, that’s also where I got ‘the Adventures of Grandmaster Roc Raida’ and was really shown just how much of an impact he had on the Hip-Hop world.

Below I’ve included clips of the Tableturns 2 routine, one of my favorite clips from ‘the Adventures of…’ where Raida has a friendly battle with D.I.T.C. legend, Lord Finesse, and ‘Raida’s Theme’ from X-Pressions.

One of the best to ever do it.

R.I.P. Roc Raida.

Be well world. Let your peoples know you love’em.


Those who live in Taipei know the mid-week madness that is Ladies Night. Free drinks for ladies offered at the 3 big clubs in the city. Luxy being the most popular with the younger crowd. Room 18 catering to the more mature crowd and Plush catching the in between. Usually it can be a good way to start your weekend early or an even better way to ruin a Thursday, either way. In honor of a great way to spend a wednesday night….

Kool and the Gang – Ladies Night

For the ladies who like their men a little thuggish ruggish, and the song that inspired the name of this post. Lord Finesse – Strictly for the ladies
Crank the volume, this one is recorded a little low.

The lady who inspires many a lady (and many men too)
Beyonce – Single Ladies(Put a ring on it)

As a gift here’s the Beyonce song for you to rock in your ipod

And after you’ve picked your husband for the night…let’im know…

Erykah Badu – Honey

…then drink your Supau, eat your Dan Bing, scrub 94 cigarettes off your skin, crawl into bed, pump this up and let Vikter take over…

Vikter Duplaix – Make a Baby


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October 2020