Monday HIP HOP MIX: Big Daddy Kane Australian Tour Mix by MK-1 (Universal Zulu Nation, Bondi Beach Radio) | Hip Hop, Bboy Breaks [sydney hip hop tour]


Our boy MK-1 just dropped the 2015 Big Day Kane Tour Mix to help you through the start of our working week.

Info //
“MK-1 Presents Big Daddy Kane – Official Australian Tour CD (Promotional Use Only) – Sponsored by penny Drop, Slingshot Touring, Get Busy Productions & The Universal Zulu Nation Chapter 61”

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Follow him for more mixes at –> https://hearthis.at/lvgrfkgd/

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OLD SCHOOL|RAP|HIP HOP: BIG DADDY KANE (LIVE) Thursday Oct 20 @ Oxford Arts Factory Supporter by : Paper Plane Project (Live), DJ Mike Who?, Frenzie, Kato


Way-2-Fonky & Blunted presents

BIG DADDY KANE (NY) – FIRST TIME EVER IN AUSTRALIA

Oxford Art Factory, NSW

Thu 20 Oct, 2011

08:00 PM

KING ASIATIC NOBODY’S EQUAL. The dopest rhyme spitter and ghost writer from the ‘Golden Era’ of Hip Hop, Big Daddy Kane is simply a living legend!

Growing up in the notorious Bed-Stuyvesant neighbourhood of Brooklyn, Kane was educated first hand in the rapidly expanding culture of Hip Hop. He found strong influence in the lyrical proficiency of Grandmaster Caz from the Cold Crush Brothers and as a late teenager he joined a local group called the Juice Crew headed by legendary Marley Marl. His first single in 1987 called “Raw” was a nonstop barrage of abuse upon the mic without a pause for breath, Kane had proven he had what it took and stole centre spotlight from the Juice Crew only to pursue a solo identity. He continued to build an unforgettable array of gold standard joints such as “It’s a big daddy thing“, “Ain’t no half steppin”, “Warm it up” and “Smooth Operator” amongst countless others. Having also given starts to the likes of Jay-Z, Biz Markie and Roxanne Shante, you can see why he is regarded as one of the true pioneers and immortals of the hip hop game.

It’s amazing to think that in a career spanning over 25 years Australia has never witnessed the magic of a Big Daddy Kane live show…that wait ends in October with a show promising to deliver all the classics that influenced countless MCs and defined to many a generation and lifestyle.

LONG LIVE THE KANE!

+ VERY SPECIAL GUESTS: Paper Plane Project (Live), DJ Mike Who?, Frenzie, Kato

HIP HOP SOUL DISCO: Sampled Track of the Day: Mary Jane Girls – All night long (1983)


Mary Jane Girls – All Night Long (1983)

Released in 1983 on Motown,

Producer, Arranged By, Written By – Rick James

The song also contains elemtes of Keep Rising to the Top by Keni Burke.

The group’s name is believed to be an homage to Rick James’ affinity for marijuana, which is sometimes called “Mary Jane.”

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Sampled by a host of Hip Hop, Rap & R&B artists including;
Mary J. BligeMary Jane (All Night Long)

LL Cool JAround the Way Girl


RedmanTonight’s da Night

Groove Theory-Tell Me

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