Delorean Travels With Tracey Lee/1997 by DJ Layne Luv

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For those that need help with the title of this blog, Tracey Lee is a rapper from Philadelphia PA, that made his debut in 1997 with a single entitled...

@30YearsAgo Today Presents: A Convo With Uncle Kool DJ Red Alert

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It's not everyday you get to talk to one of the forefathers of Hip Hop, but when they want to shed light on one of THE most important years...

Break-A-Dawn: A New Chapter 4 PM Dawn by DJ Layne Luv

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Hip-Hop has 8 million stories. Some good, some bad. Stories of triumph and failure. There are stories of artists that are hot one moment and once they make it...

Harlem DJ’s Pt 5: The World Famous Brucie B by DJ Layne Luv

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In 2001, The Source Magazine advertised this documentary about 3 young brothers from Harlem New York. The story Game Over was about fast rise enterprising teenagers that turned into...

Harlem DJ’s Pt 2./ DJ Layne Luv chops it up with Fatman Scoop

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I enjoyed speaking to the Party Rock veteran Fatman Scoop and getting his breakdown on what it means to be a Party Rock DJ. He's got a new single...

Harlem DJ’s Part 1: DJ SNS by DJ Layne Luv #BlackMusicMonth

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If you are reading this, you better know that in this lifetime, there is nothing like a Harlem DJ. Nothing! A Harlem DJ to music and like Miracle Whip to...

The After Party: DJ Layne Luv speaks with Newark NJ’s @DoItAllDu

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There was a time in hip hop when an artist doing well in the music industry could not see anything past performing on records and stage. However, in the...

Freedom or Death: DJ Layne Luv Chops It Up With Freedom Williams

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In 1991, rap group 3rd Bass came out with the song Pop Goes The Weasel which was a diss song about rappers like Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer going...

Ricky L Samuel Sr: Dirt Road Music by DJ Layne Luv

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Being the Northern Yankee boy that I am, I'm always elated when I engage with someone from the Dirty South. To keep it simple...we just do shit differently. For example,...

Jamo Gang! Gang! but not the Same! Same! by DJ Layne Luv

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2018 Hip Hop is full of experiments and hybrids but then there's those (as TLC would call it) MTB type things...ahem Meant To Be! But Hip Hop culture has...