ROCK STEADY HIP HOP 90's "Next Stop New York" 

Beat by: Mr Wiggles,CORA E, Hook by: Ken Swift Featuring: Mr Wiggles, Ken Swift, Stieber Twins, MC Phrase, Shams, R.O.B. the Hitman

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"THEY CALL IT GRAFFITI" Ernie Paniccioli "A genuine collectors item" 

"Graffiti has been defined from a Global scope to an East Coast vs. West Coast challenge. There are books dedicated solely to the female practitioners of the art or it’s presence on freight trains. And Graffiti has been identified as both an act of lowly vandalism to high art. Seldom if ever has Graffiti been shown from the exciting and unique perspective of a creative photographer who has devoted more than three and a half decades to photographing Graffiti around the world. I must confess I am in love with the art form but did not want to add just another high minded, serious, thoughtful look at Graffiti, nor did I desire to just overwhelm the reader with hundreds of bright, well lit, perfectly composed murals. Instead I wanted to take the reader on a fun, odd, eclectic, creative look at the art itself as well as the environment it which this art form springs"

Ernie Paniccioli
Little more than three decades ago an energy was beginning to form. It was found increasingly in the suburbs of the cities and in essence part of a culture that can be found even today. The energy was and still is, Hip Hop. No one has helped to launch its awareness to the world better than the legendary Hip Hop Photographer himself, Ernie Paniccioli. Before rap and hip hop videos adorned screens and airwaves all over the world, Ernie with the use of his endless drive and intuitive style of photography, was beginning to help hip hop legends like Slick Rick, Grandmaster Flash, Rock Steady Crew, Doug E. Fresh, Ice Cube, Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, Salt-N-Pepa, and so many more. He helped let loose the soul of hip hop and make it happen on the world.

A Native American growing up in a white man's society, Ernie broke the barrier of stereotypes… As a young man growing up in Brooklyn in areas such as Park Slope, Bedford Stuyvesant and Flatbush in the 1970's, Paniccioli picked up a camera for the first time and instantly converted his interest and abilities from painter to photographer. Inspired by his feelings of being cast as a second class citizen and perhaps through a gift from above, he started out by taking photographs of the graffiti that embodied the borough. Unaware to Paniccioli, he had stumbled upon his unforeseen destiny. No one has mastered the art of photography better than Paniccioli.

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Nuttkase - Dope Remixes (vol.1) Instrumentals (Download) 

Nuttkase - Dope Remixes (vol.1) Instrumentals [Sampler]

01 Black Snow (ft. Ill Bill, Apathy) Instrumental
02 Puppet Master (ft. Cypress Hill, Dr. Dre) Instrumental
03 Put Ya Dukes Up (ft. Apathy) Instrumental
04 Caked Up (ft. Little Vic, Kool G Rap) Instrumental
05 Hope (ft. Nas) Instrumental
06 Black Christmas (ft. Army Of The Pharaohs) Instrumental
07 Do It (ft. La Coka Nostra) Instrumental
08 Reptilian Renaissance (ft. Sick Jacken) Instrumental
09 5 Boros (ft. Non Phixion) Instrumental
10 I Am (ft. Bekay) Instrumental
11 Heavy Metal Kings (ft. Jedi Mind Tricks, Ill Bill) Instrumental
12 Mood 2 Bust (ft. ArchNME) Instrumental
13 Tear It Down (ft. Army Of The Pharaohs) Instrumental
14 Science Of The Bumbrus (ft. Apathy, Celph Titled & Open Mic) Instrumental
15 You Ain't A Killer (ft. Big Pun) Instrumental
16 Drag You To Hell (ft. Vinnie Paz) Instrumental
17 Mighty Healthy (ft. Ghostface Killah) Instrumental
18 Connivers (ft. Q-Unique) Instrumental
19 Nirvana (ft. Necro, Ill Bill, Goretex & Mr Hyde) Instrumental

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The Lost Train: A very rare graffiti pic of one of Jorge Fabel Pabon's (VP of Rock Steady Crew) pieces when he wrote PASER! 

A very rare pic of one of Jorge Fabel Pabon's (VP of Rock Steady Crew) pieces when he wrote PASER! Him and his wife were very excited this piece of history still existed

"I'm so happy right now...I can cry! Thank God, I just saw my High School buddy LED at the HIP HOP USA SUBWAY SERIES ART EXHIBITION and he confirmed that he had a photo of a piece I rocked on the train, with NAC 143rd, back in 1981! He just emailed it to me! I never had a photo of it and hadn't seen it ever since it was running on the 6 line! Thank you LED!" Fabel~

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