I really liked Antonio Sabato Jr. on General Hospital. Whoo! And I met him one...– Kid Sister was one of the esteemed members of this Complex celeb poll from (2007). For those unfamiliar with the celeb poll, it’s a panel of famous faces chosen to give their take on random questions to generate funny, and sometimes insightful conversations. Our extended interview had its...
Kool Kirk Presents Meth vs. Chef Blend Tape (1996)
This blend tape pre-dates a more recent collection of re-worked Wu-bangers, compiled by Mathematics on Avenging Eagles. Download Kool Kirk’s mixtape here. Schnooklyn Zoo has the tracklist.
DJ Hero: Cipha Sounds (2007)
Last time we checked, Cipha Sounds also specialized in the art of moving butts to Caribbean rhythms riddims. He’s Puerto Rican, which makes him an island man too! He’s no Don Imus. So in case you got extra sensitive with Cipha’s recent comments, allow us to school you on his background in this interview from 2007 which touches on deejaying dancehall sets at The Tunnel and doing...
Ecko Unltd. Presents Underground Airplay Vol. 8
Back when Black Star, Smut Peddlers and Company Flow buzzed through New York’s underground rap circuit, Ecko Unltd. (circa 1997) helped expose their talent by distributing free mixtapes with a purchase. Here’s Volume 8 from the historic Underground Airplay series featuring a live performance by Mos Def, Wordsworth, Thirstin Howl III, Lil Sci, Shabaam Sahdeeq and A.L. Click below to...
Pete Rock's Main Ingredients (2008)
Pause the headline. A 2008 interview with Pete Rock combs through some of his timeless productions, revealing the stories behind them. Hit the jump for Pete’s picks. Sorry, his remix of Jeru tha Damaja’s “Can’t Stop The Prophet” didn’t make it into our discussion. Pete Rock’s Main Ingredients (2008) 1) Public Enemy, “Shut Em Down” (Pete Rock...