Saturday, February 06, 2010

I thought i told ya that we don't stop!

Hip-housin part 2 tonight on Corks RedFM 104-106 on my Black on Red show-Stevie G

One or two more bits of UK Flavour, a couple of crossover hits, more
female MC's and one or two related tracks that are not hip-house per se,
but have that vibe; like this classic below!

part 1 here

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