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Rhyme Tyme w/ DJ Peter Parker

"Rhyme Tyme" is the ultimate in hip hop radio. You can't ask for more. The combination of live guests performing and hot records being spun is the perfect balance. And you know the show motto, "More Rappin And Less Flappin". So unecessary talk and scr

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Episode 11 (1/23/04) - The Killa Sha Hour

Mon, 18 Jan 2010 23:38:47 +0000

First off let me start by saying “R.I.P. Killa Sha”!!! I’m damn near speechless. This shit came out of nowhere. I was fortunate to work closely with Sha for many years. He was the epitome of hip hop. On the mic he was a beast and he more than held his weight on the turntables. On a personal note, Sha was one of the funniest cats I ever had the pleasure to be around. His wit and magnetic personality are clearly demonstrated in the 46 episodes of Rhyme Tyme we co-hosted together. In memory of Killa Sha I'd like to open up The Spider's Web vaults and present Episode #11 "The Killa Sha Hour". God bless the dead. 1) Rhyme Tyme Theme Song = Killa Sha 2) Show Intro 3) Nightshiftin = Killa Sha 4) Inner City = Killa Sha 5) Night Runs = Killa Sha 6) No One (Remix) = Killa Sha w/ Maxwell 7) Nourishment = Killa Sha 8) Hurt Niggas Freestyle = Killa Sha w/ Lloyd Banks and Prodigy 9) You Don't Know My Name (Remix) = Killa Sha w/ Alicia Keys 10) Mic Break #1 / interview = Killa Sha 11) Down And Out In New York City = Killa Sha 12) Is A Hook Really Needed = Killa Sha w/ Foul Monday and Jo Jo Pellegrino 13) Sneaky Uncle = Killa Sha 14) Turn Me Up Some (Remix) = Killa Sha w/ Busta Rhymes 15) Our Love = Killa Sha 16) Show Wrap Up

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Episode 97 (6/29/07)

Sat, 30 Jun 2007 07:13:30 +0000

It's that time again. Time for the dopest hip hop radio show on the planet. This week we're taking a trip deep into the underground. This is where the real hip hop is at. None of that sing songy nursery rhyme bullshit here. Got brand new heat from J Dilla, Diamond D, Pharoahe Monch, Havoc (of Mobb Deep), and much more. Big ups to this weeks special guest K Banger who spit flames and nearly burnt down The Spider's Web Studios. Go cop his EP "Truth Be Told" on July 10. 1) Rhyme Tyme Theme Song = P-Dap 2) Show Intro 3) Say It = J Dilla ft. Ta’Raach and Exile 4) Blockshit = Marco Polo ft. Skyzoo 5) Born And Raised In The Ghetto = Point Blank 6) Respect = Sheek Louch 7) Thinkin A Lot = Pcasso 8) The Beginning Of The End = Supersoul ft. Shadow Huntaz, Akiladahun, O’Slick, and Infamous 9) Life = Diamond D w/ Large Professor 10) Mic Break #1 / Interview = K Banger 11) Without Soul = K Banger w/ John Robinson 12) All I Need = K Banger 13) Mic Break #2 / Freestyle = K Banger 14) Free = Pharoahe Monch 15) The Weeping Tiger = Cilvaringz w/ Raekwon 16) Be There = Havoc (of Mobb Deep) 17) Wallet = Krhyme Life (of T.M.F. / Theodore Unit) 18) Big Thangs = Buff 1 19) Show Wrap Up

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Episode 61 (11/25/05) Replay

Tue, 12 Jun 2007 04:18:54 +0000

Time certainly flies while you're busting your ass. It's been almost a month since doing a new show. Good thing my side project is nearly finished then it's back to the regular weekly "Rhyme Tyme" routine. Be on the lookout for my newest CD "Diamond Is Forever" with none other than the legendary Diamond D. More details to come. For all my real hip hoppers I uploaded an old show I did back in November 2005 consisting of some of the hottest live performances from "Rhyme Tyme". There are some sick freestyles on here from the early days of the show never before podcasted so enjoy. 1) Rhyme Tyme Theme Song = P-Dap 2) Show Intro 3) Masta Ace Freestyle 4) Drag On Freestyle 5) Neek The Exotic and Royal Flush Freestyle 6) Casual Freestyle 7) Da Ranjahz Freestyle 8) O.C. Freestyle 9) Grafh Freestyle 10) Bathgate Freestyle 11) Scram Jones Freestyle 12) Nature Freestyle 13) Fort Nox Freestyle 14) Synp Life (of D Block) Freestyle 15) Timbo King, Killah Priest, and Hell Raiza Freestyle 16) Show Wrap Up

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Episode 95 (4/27/07) - The Ic-A-Don Invasion

Sat, 28 Apr 2007 06:43:46 +0000

Welcome back. You are now tuned in to the Ic-A-Don invasion of Rhyme Tyme!!! All Ic for a whole hour. Hear songs spanning his career from his first appearance on wax, courtesy of Redman's "Malpratice" album, to joints literally right out of the studio. If that's not enough during the live freestyle segment Ic spits the very rhymes that blew Redman's mind and got him signed some 6 years ago. Whether you know him as Icarus or his new name Ic-A-Don, there's no denying this guy is one of the brightest future stars in hip hop. 1) Rhyme Tyme Theme Song = P-Dap 2) Show Intro 3) Real Niggaz = Redman w/ Scarface, Ic-A-don, Treach (of Naughty By Nature), and Mally G 4) What’s That Sound = Ic-A-don w/ Redman 5) You Gots To Chill Freestyle = Ic-A-don w/ Rockwilder 6) How You Want It = Ic-A-don w/ Stack A Dolla and Method Man 7) Mic Break #1 / Interview = Ic-A-don 8) Branson Branson (unreleased version) = Redman w/ Ic-A-don 9) Get Em = Redman w/ Saukrates and Ic-A-don 10) My Apologies = Ic-A-don 11) The City Is Mine Freestyle = Ic-A-don 12) Redlite District = Redman w/ Ic-A-don 13) Mic Break #2 / Freestyle = Ic-A-don 14) George Jet Son = Ic-A-don 15) Breathe Freestyle = Ic-A-don 16) I Don’t Give A Fuck = Ic-A-don w/ Nature 17) Big Boy Toyz = Ic-A-don 18) Show Wrap Up

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Episode 93 (3/30/07)

Sat, 31 Mar 2007 19:05:34 +0000

This week we're taking a trip back in time to 1986 courtesy of Dr. Dre who at the time was in the World Class Wreckin Cru. This is from the historic Roadium Mixtape series which was sold exclusively at the L.A. swap meats. Entitled "86 In The Mix", Dr. Dre takes mixtapes to the next level incorporating multitrack recorders and other high end recording equipment. At times you can hear 3 or 4 records being mixed at the same time all while Dre is scratchin on top of em. He burns through literally 300 records or more so a tracklist is non existent. If anyone can compile a tracklist I will personally big them up as the "king of hip hop". Much props to Dr. Dre for creating such a masterpiece. If you didn't know now you know. This could be one of the illest mixtapes ever!!!

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Episode 66 (1/1/06) "The Wu Years Show" Throwback

Sat, 24 Mar 2007 07:00:16 +0000

Just wanted to clarify that "Rhyme Tyme" is broadcasting new shows on a bi weekly basis until May/June. Contractual obligations have my hands tied and my time filled. Then it's back to the normal weekly routine. And I can't wait. This slowed down pace is driving me nuts. Since this is an off week I decided to hit you with one of the illest of all the Rhyme Tyme episodes. This is the infamous "Wu Years Show" that broadcasted New Year's Eve 2006. I dug deep in the crates and spun nothing but the illest and rarest Wu-Tang records I could find. Also this is the historic first appearance where Trife Da God, Kryme Life, and Tommy Whispers air it out for nearly 15 minutes over the "Murdergram" Instrumental. Did someone say hip hop is dead? Certainly isn't in The Spider's Web. It stays poppin over here! Thanks for listening. 1) Rhyme Tyme Theme Song = P-Dap 2) Show Intro 3) Pass The Bone = Genius 4) Drug Free = Deadly Venoms w/ Ol Dirty Bastard 5) Cobra Clutch = Ghostface Killah 6) Set It Off Freestyle = Ghostface Killah & Trife Da God 7) Run (unreleased version) = Raekwon 8) Run = Cappadonna 9) Mic Break #1 / Interview = Trife Da God 10) Put It On The Line = Trife Da God 11) Fire = Ghostface Killah & Trife Da God 12) Mic Break #2 / Freestyle = Trife Da God, Kryme Life, & Tommy Whispers 13) Don’t U Know Pt. 2 = Ol Dirty Bastard 14) Mr. Sandman = Method Man w/ RZA, Inspectah Deck, Street Life, and Carlton Fisk 15) Fear, Love, And War = Killarmy 16) Labels (rza remix) = Genius 17) Show Wrap Up

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