Anyway, whilst I tussle with that existential crisis let’s get on with some Craig Mack. I first came in contact with him when I rented a ‘hip-hop mix’ CD from my local library (SAVE OUR LIBRARIES, FUCK YOU DAVID CAMERON. Sickening) and taped it on a blank cassette with my little stereo. I was about 10 or 11 and had just gotten into hip-hop, and I can safely say this CD was probably one of the biggest catalysts to my new musical awakening. It had ‘Flava In Ya Ear’ on it, and since it didn’t have loads of swear words I could play it super loud in my house. I didn’t really get what he was talking about because well, well I was ten but it sure sounded cool. This right here is how you do good hip-hop.
Remember, if there’s some old skool artists you think we should be repping on our Classics Sunday segment; rappers, DJs, Beatboxers, graff writers, whoever then drop us a link on Twitter or Facebook, or comment this post.