Sacred hoop and Lord Top Ramen are bringing their debaucherous ways to the Midwest, as well as the great DJ Quest. if you’re in the area be sure to make the drive and check them out. Don’t forget to hit the ATM beforehand to get some extra cash for cds and shirts.
Now Topr and The Hoop will definately put on a dope show. but if you need a lil more convincing, seeing DJ Quest wreck shop is well worth more than the price of admission. Check out a lil snippet from Quest’s routine at a Topr show a few months back.
Welcome to the revamped Gurp City Webpage. While we all loved the old design it simply lacked the functionality needed to serve the constantly evolving Gurp City society. So out with the old and in with the new in 2007, big props to Dap One for the revamp. Check here for all announcements, interviews, show/artist pictures, as well as unreleased material from all your favorite Gurp City artists. Also peep out our Myspace page as well if you already didn’t know. More updates to come real soon.
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Disclaimer: The reason I say ‘kind of’ is because this shit is really early ’06.
After showing up at my girl’s New Year’s Party last night, I immediately noticed the radio playing and no one feelin it. I asked if it was OK to throw my iPod on (since I came prepared, with my RCA-headphone jack chord and all), and she said it was cool. I knew right away what I would bump; DJ Spair’s Mackin’ Mixtape (Oakland Faders) and DJ BCause’s Night of the Remix (4OneFunk), (PS It might be helpful for you two DJs to have links on your myspace pages and crew websites to buy these albums). This shit got the crowd movin, and even though most of the guests at the party weren’t directly listening to the music, I could tell they were feelin it. The best parts of the night was when I would see people would immediately start to dance to the beginning of a song they were familiar with, then go crazy and sing along with the song when they actually recognized who that shit was mixed with…especially when fools went crazy over BCause’s George Micheal beat then stopped and finally noticed that it was remixed with Three Six Mafia’s Stay Fly. Check out www.myspace.com/djspair and www.myspace.com/djbcause to hear their shit and send them a message to put a link on their pages and follow through with their hustle so you can buy their mixes…I guarantee you will like it.
The Mayor of Gurp City has graced us with this holiday gift of over an hour and a half OG classic hip-hop tracks that will keep your head bumpin’ until Bav Gate has a platinum album. Run Da Jewelz Vol.1 include tracks from Large Professor, Knuckleheadz, Big Shug, Ed O.G., Finsta Bundy, Scientifik, Natural Elements, HDM, Sadat X, Lord Finesse, Grap Luva, Laster, Mr. Supreme, Al Tariq, Lord Jamal, Mysterme and YZ. If you don’t know, now you knoooowwww.
The way radio should be, The 40 oz Show comes correct once again. Make sure and stop by the homie Max’s www.audionarcotic.com for updates and new shows.
Merry Christmas y’all. Here’s the play list for this week’s show, Wednesday December 20. And be sure to come back next week for The 40 Oz Show Best of 2006 roundup…
- Redman, “Time 4 Sum Aktion,” Whut? Thee Album (Def Jam)
- The Game, “Let’s Ride,” Doctor’s Advocate (Geffen)
- Dr. Dre, “Let Me Ride,” The Chronic (Death Row)
- Eddie K, “Slumpish” feat. DJ Quest, Gurpology 101 (Gurp City)
- Clipse, “Ain’t Cha,” Hell Hath No Fury (Jive)
- Nas, “Money Over Bullshit,” Hip-Hop Is Dead (Def Jam)
- The Weathermen, “Made You Shit Your Pants” Copywrite, Yakballs & Cage, The Conspiracy (Eastern Conference)
- Ultramagnetic MCs, “Ease Back,” Critical Beatdown (Roadrunner)
- Awol One & Daddy Kev, “Agony,” Souldoubt (Meanstreet)
- Motion Man, “I Crack Tall Ones,” feat. Mistah F.A.B., Pabilito’s Way (Threshold)
- Ghostface Killah, “You Know I’m No Good,” More Fish (Def Jam)
- Viktor Vaughn, “Saliva,” Vaudeville Villain (Traffic Ent.)
- Devin The Dude, “Go Somewhere,” Just Tryin’ Ta Live (Rap-A-Lot)
- Third Sight, “Crawl Space,” Symbionese Liberation Album (Disgruntled)
- TopR, “Overdose,” feat. Z-Man, Cheap Laughs For Dead Comedians (Gurp City / E-Lings)
- Run D.M.C., “Christmas In Hollis,” A Very Special Christmas (A&M)
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Sacred Hoop is back, dropping their new album Go Hogwild available on www.sacredhoopfan.com. This is the shock studded story of two young men, immoral and hedonistic, who’s sole existence is spent satisfying their weird warped desires. Everyday was full. Every night a sensual orgy; fiendish in their curies and passion. Wealth and leisure afford them every opportunity for every gratification. A shattering study of the safe set for shock proof adults. Everything they touch is stained. Tainted with sex, liquor and drugs, where else could they try their crazed pursuit of kicks?
A reason to toast, the return of Sacred Hoop. Between Luke Sick’s well plotted lyrical debauchery and Vrse Murphy’s sonic buffet, great music gets made. Meant to shake up a squares existence, Go Hogwild is party music void simplicity. If you can’t feel this, then you can’t feel shit. Cheers. – Corey Bloom, Synthesis
The foundation of this brilliant record is producer Vrse Murphy’s densely layered construction, which is so thick, it’s practically unfathomable. Add to all this cuts by DJs Raw-B and the unfuckwitable Quest, and you have a contender for best underground rap record of the year. – Max Sidman, Mesh
Sacred Hoop makes music to hate your parents to, with a catalogue of youthful rebellion-inspired anthems deep enought to keep one thousand angst-filled teenagers from killing themselves…Go Hogwild, chockfull of odes to bleak futures and girls who pack guns. – Sam Ada, FADER