BC’s Top 50 Fav Hip-Hop Songs of All Time (#20-11)

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Well, we’ve made it to the Top 20. This is where things got really difficult for me. I mean, each of these could easily be in anyone’s Top 10. Each one is a classic, in it’s own right, and you won’t be disappointed.

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BC’s Top-5 Most Anticipated Sets @ Fun Fun Fun Fest 2012!

 

For this year’s list, we decided to only choose artists we have NEVER seen before. There were a couple that didn’t make the list (A$AP Rocky, Superchunk, Lagwagon, Doug Benson) but I will definitely be seeing live, any way. There just wasn’t enough room because this year’s line-up is fantastic (as is tradition for FFFF).

5) X

Punk rock got me through my formative high school years of being a pissed-off little brat. Bands like Black Flag, The Germs, Dead Kennedys, and, of course, X, were on that list of “Legendary Punk bands I will never see live.” After this weekend, I will at least be able to cross one of these bands off my list (I’m still waiting on that DK reunion, Jello Biafra).

4) Bun B

I’m ashamed to say that I have never seen Bun B perform live. As an avid fan of UGK (and virtually anything from the Land of the Trill), I’ll make sure to hold up my cup during Bun’s dirty-south set.

3) David Cross

The question is: Why WOULDN’T you want to see half of Mr. Show and Tobias Fünke do stand-up?

2) De La Soul

This is another artist I’m sad to say I have yet to see live. It seems like De La Soul and I have this missed connection every time they come through Austin. I won’t let it happen again. Come Hell or high water, I will be at this set!

1) Run DMC

I’m sorry, but if Run DMC ISN’T on your “Must-See” list, you probably shouldn’t bother going to Fun Fun Fun Fest. Even without the late Jam Master J behind the turntables, this is going to be one of the most legendary sets grace Auditorium Shores.

BC & Merch & Neiliyo Present: The Best of H-Town Mixtape!

OMGZ can you believe it?  BC and Merch have joined mixtape-forming forces with pop-rocker Neiliyo to create “The Best of H-Town Mixtape”!  All of those crazy rappers that were born and raised in Houston, Texas and rap about their southern upbringings are on this mix.  We got some old stuff and even added some newbies.  Make sure to add this to your summer beach cruising CD stash and share with all of your hip-hop lovin’ O.G.’s!

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Tracklist:

UGK feat. Outkast | “International Players Anthem”

Fat Pat | “Tops Drop”

Lil’ Flip | “Game Over”

Lil’ Keke | “Southside”

Paul Wall | “Break Em Off”

DJ Screw | “Cloverland (Botany Boys)”

Pimp C feat. Mike Jones, Bun B | “Pourin’ Up”

DJ DMD | “25 Lighters”

Bun B feat. Ying Yang Twins | “Git It”

The Hawk | “Haters Luv It (When You Down)”

Slim Thug feat. T.I., Bun B | “3 Kings”

Geto Boys | “My Mind Playing Tricks On Me”

Devin The Dude | “Jus Coolin”

Lil’ Troy | “Wanna Be A Baller”

Chamillionaire feat. Lil’ Flip | “Turn It Up”

South Park Mexican | “High So High”

Mike Jones | “Mr. Jones”

UGK, Outkast & George Michael | “International Whisperer’s Anthem”

I just couldn’t help myself. Skratch Bastid‘s mash-up of UGK, Outkast, and George Michael is just too perfect a slow jam.

UGK, Outkast & George Michael | “International Whisperer’s Anthem” [mp3]

Also, here is some Sexy Sax Man.

Kid Sister “Kiss Kiss Kiss” Free Mixtape

Here it is…little miss Kid Sister has released a mixtape titled ‘Kiss Kiss Kiss’ on Fools Gold RecordsKiss Kiss Kiss features tracks with Paul Wall & Bun B, Gucci Mane, and Nina Sky, with remixes from Douster and Caspa. We love this chick and have seen her live multiple times, she is a bad ass lady. Make sure to download the mixtape fo-free.

Kiss Kiss Kiss track list:

“Kissin-tro”
“Kiss Kiss Kiss”
“Work Them”
“Green Velvet – Everybody Wants”
“Carte Blanche – Do!Do!Do! (Original + Laid Back Luke Remix)”
“Daydreaming (Douster Remix)”
“Lookout Weekend (feat. Nina Sky)”
“Gucci Rag Top (feat. Gucci Mane)”
“Click Clack (Show It Off)”
“Don’t Stop Movin”
“Right Hand Hi (Caspa Remix)”
“Paul Wall – Imma Get It”
“Jo-DE-Ci (feat. DJ Gant-Man”