I had a chance to rock at a basement party in Allston Friday night. It was a fun time, and I'm pretty sure it was also an extreme fire hazard. After my set I caught up with Wally Sparks, the man-about-town in the Boston area when it comes to filming hip hop events. He seems like a real cool guy… I'm sure our paths will cross again soon, Wally!
Topics include a mega-condensed history of Brick Records and an uplifting "You don't have to do drugs to party" speech.
To keep the hilarious Stretch and Bobbito radio moments vibe going, I wanted to post this clip up. This is a great segment, Kool Keith is bugging out as usual, offending Xzibit left and right and launching into the best / worst freestyle ever seemingly out of nowhere. If you haven't heard it, give it a listen. It will be 10 minutes well spent!
This Stretch and Bobbito tape is filled with some incredible moments. It starts with Stretch asking listeners to send him an email (remember, this is when AOL was the newest / latest), and from there KRUNCHTIME is off and running. As Stretch explained on his Konstant Kontact blog, "Krunchtime was what we came to call the 4-5 a.m. slot, when we were too tired to dj, focus, or be anything but delirious, and usually opened the phone lines to anyone." Listen for the lengthy conversation with a 22-year-old female caught in the WKCR crossfire. This is a great tape, but nothing tops the one Stretch posted HERE. Enjoy both of them!