Last night was dope. Or, in the words of Blues, it was "def, def, deffington." He and I rolled through to WTBU's Midnight Marauders and did our thing. I'll say it like this... Boycott tore shit up. Listen to the things he says. Whatever he decides to speak on, he's saying it in a way nobody else ever has, and that is saying A LOT.
Aside from the performing, the main reason we stopped by was to promote Brick's upcoming 15th anniversary show this Friday at Church in Boston. Come through for what is no doubt going to be a memorable night, with appearances / performances by 1982 (Statik and Termanology), 7L & Esoteric, Blacastan, Moe Pope (Life After God), Boycott Blues, City Slickers, myself, Deadeye, hosts Checkmark and D-Tension, and probably even more.
Listen to and download last night's broadcast below. Highlight's include:
- Discussing the controversy and recent banning of Colt 45 BLAST in some venues.
- My remix of Doug E. Fresh's La Di Da Di (which I guess I'm calling Dougie's Psychedelic Breakfast for now), and the discussion this raises among the always insightful Marauders crew.
- Blues discussing how he got into making beats and rhymes around the time he was about 5 years old. He used to secretly mess with his brother's equipment. When his brother would turn on his drum machine and see some new beats on there, he wouldn't know how they got there. Check it out.
- Blues rhyming, me rhyming, then back to back rhyming.
Will C. & Boycott Blues on 89.3 WTBU's Midnight Marauders (04.24.11) - FULL SHOW -
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Will C. & Boycott Blues on 89.3 WTBU's Midnight Marauders (04.24.11) - JUST THE RHYMING -