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Said in Black Thoughts voice… “it’s the pen-ul-ti-mate…” episode of our Best of the 90′s set. At this point, I don’t think there are any surprises with our selections. Just certified classic bangers from the decade that was.



Here is the first of five episodes dedicated to the best of the 90′s. We start with #66 and get down to #53.



It’s a celebration! We don’t divert from the formula too much with this one-dope jams and good people! Heck, there is even a video version of this podcast coming soon!



DJ Selecta takes us to school and plays some pre-Rawkus era jams that we haven't heard. This is going to be a recurring segment every couple of months.



Hurricane Ike left us without electricity for over 2 days. I'm sure people got much worse, but this is the first episode after the blackout. We've got the joints now that we've got the juice.



Our good friend, and my big brother, Jon Hill drops in with Bill Morse for this bonus episode. Clocking in at over 90 minutes, this show is heavy on the talk and light on the music. Discretion is advised as this episode is definitely not politically correct.



He's the man in the sky blue kufi, he's too black for BET, he's Ghostface Killah, arguably the best rapper rapping right now. Join us as we dedicate a whole hour to the Wally Champ. He will ponder age old paradoxes such as why water is wet, or why the sky is blue. He will rap over your parents favorite oldie classics, original singing still in tact. He will tell some of the most vivid and realistic sex stories ever told on record (slow down boo boo). He will even dis top 40 rappers. He is Ghostface Killah and he is one of the most original characters in hip hop today.