DJ Double D & Sam

East coast Vs. the West coast today! The ultimate smackdown! LISTEN!


African & Brazilian & Classical & Dubstep & Eclectic & Electronic & Experimental & Fado & Hip-Hop & International & Jazz & Oldies & Punk & Rock

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Monday 2/24/2014 @ 4:00AM - 6:00AM
Willy Deville Low Rider Youtube video
Sly and the Family Stone (You Caught Me) Smilin There's a Riot Goin' On
Brenton Wood I Think You Got Your Fools Mixed Up Brenton Wood's 18 Best
El Chicano Sabor a Mi N/A
Apple and Three Oranges Moon Light N/A
Julia Holter In the Same Room Ekstasis
Georgia Anne Muldrow Roses UMSINDO
Blind Willie McTell Brown Skinned Woman Piedmont Blues
Pine Top Smith Pine Top's Boogie Woogie Boogie Woogie Blues
Mamie Smith Crazy Blues Female Blues
Big Bill Broonzy Five Feet Seven Country Blues
Ma Rainey 'Ma' Rainey's Black Bottom Female Blues, Ma' Rainey Mother Of The Blues, 1965.
T-Bone Walker Trinity River Blues Recorded on February 4, 1929, Originator of the Blues, Douglas Fernell on
Gladys Knight a& the Pips Neither One of Us (Wants to be the First to Say Goodbye
The Last Poets On the Subway The Last Poets Godfathers of Hip Hop
Wu Tang Clan I Can't Got to Sleep The W East Coast!
De La Soul Eye Know Three Feet High and Rising
Slick Rick Street Talkin (Feat. Outkast) The Art of Storytelling
Missy Elliot I'm Really Hot This Is Not a Test!
Le1f Wut York
El-P Deep Space 9mm Fantastic Damage
Clams Casino Bookfiend (JJ Doom Remix) Bookfiend
Kool Keith I Don't Believe You Matthew
Deltron 3030 The Fantabulous Rap Extravaganza Part II Deltron 3030 Bay Area mad king, making waves for decades with Heiroglyphics
Deltron 3030 Things You Can Do Deltron 3030
Kendrick Lamar Control Freestyle (Kendrick Verse Only) Current king of LA (and both coasts)
Aceyalone The Guidelines The Book of Human Language LA originator, out of Lamerck Park, and cousin to Ice Cube.
Handsome Boy Modeling School Sunshine White People Dan the Automator and Prince Paul. Genius
Dilated People Triple Optics The Platform LA city underground...lost for a while in teh
Jurassic 5 (J5) What's Golden? Power in Numbers The doo-wop, Tempations of Rap, Bone Thugs minus the gangster stance.
2Mex L.A. Like The Cholo rap phenom, collabs with everyone worth working with, and "more underground than the L.A. underground."
The Pharcyde Passing Me By LA's own old school masters and, arguably, the best song from either coast, ever...LA wins. Hands down.