This is part 2 of an ‘All Vinyl’ series by DJ 2-Tone Jones on CUT CONVENTION Radio, leading up to the INSTANT VINTAGE Record Fair & Auction in DC on Saturday, Aug. 30th. On this show 2-Tone spins a number of rare 12-inches that will be available for sale at the event (and a few that won’t).
This special episode of CUT CONVENTION Radio features A DJ Named Slick Back and his vinyl collection of ’70s Soul Soundtrack gems. Fans of throwback-blaxploitation flicks are in for a treat. 2-Tone drops joints from Car Wash, Black Caesar, Gordon’s War, Shaft in Africa, Black Dynamite, Sparkle, The Don (from India) and more!
On this episode of CUT CONVENTION RadioDJ 2-Tone Jones drops some new joints and a few throwback joints courtesy of The Roots, Kendrick Lamar, Blu & Nottz, Black Milk, People Under the Stairs, Cormega, Madlib, Mos Def, and more! [The show officially starts after 3:10]
TRACKLISTING Aquarius - Cal Tjader Get Hip - People Under the Stairs Body the Beat (inst) - Khrysis Industry - Cormega Oh La La - Dibia$e Travel Light (inst) - Oddisee b/w Ill Vibe (aca) - Busta Rhymes & Q-Tip Black Rock - The Roots Deadly Medley - Black Milk feat. Royce da 5’9” & Elzhi Deion’s House - Black Milk End of the World (remix) - Blu & Nottz What it’s Worth - Black Milk Egyptian Cotton - Big K.R.I.T. M.A.A.D. City - Kendrick Lamar feat. MC Eiht Sittin’ on Chrome - Masta Ace Masala - Madlib Transitions - Tobias Felton Auditorium - Mos Def feat. Slick Rick
The next edition of CAN I KICK IT? (kung-fu flicks X hip-hop X soul) is coming up soon. Here’s the new official movie poster (designed by Gerald Watson) for one of the featured films, "Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang". It’s gonna be another pretty cool event.
It’s that time of year again when the essence of J Dilla/Jay Dee is presented live on stage in DC with some of the best artists from around the country. The 9th Annual DC Loves Dilla Concert and Fundraiser is coming back to the Howard Theatre, and this time will feature N’Dea Davenport (coming all the way from London), Bahamadia, Pharoahe Monch and Phife Dawg. Tickets are already on sale.