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The indie hip-hop movement was defined by a handful of key players in the late 90′s / early 2000′s, DJ Spinna being one of them. This essential mix collects many of the classic tracks that defined an era of underground hip-hop, with a mouth watering tracklist that showcases forgotten yet definitive tracks of the time. Whether you were a part of this era, or were 12 years old when it happened, grab this mix, in stores now.

TRACKLIST:
1. DJ Spinna – Underground Forever (Intro)
2. Juggaknots – Clear Blue Skies
3. Godfather Don – Properties Of The Steel
4. J-Live – Braggin’ Writes
5. Dutchmin – Get Your Swerve On
6. L The Head Toucha – Too Complex
7. AK Skills – Nights Of Fear
8. The East Flatbush Project – Tried By 12
9. Non Phixon – No Tomorrow
10. Old World Disorder – 3hree6ix5ive feat. Eminem
11. Ugly Duckling – Fresh Mode
12. The Basement Khemist – Vibrate
13. Natural Resource – Negro League Baseball
14. Mike Zoot – High Drama feat. Mos Def
15. Shabaam Sahdeeq – It Could Happen Anytime feat. Shadowz In The Dark
16. Street Smartz – Mental Thangz feat. Pharoah Monch & OC
17. Shadez Of Brooklyn – Survival Warz (When It Rains It Pours)
18. Mr Voodoo – Lyrical Tactics
19. Paula Perry – Paula’s Jam
20. Lace Da Booms=2 0 – Cut That Weak Shit feat. Quasi Modo & Royal Flush
21. Saukrates – Play This (Remix) feat. Common
22. IG Off & Hazadous – This Ain’t Livin’
23. Jigmastas – Beyond Real
24. Money Boss Players – Players Pinnacle
25. Greg Nice – Set It Off

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3 Responses to "DJ Spinna Releases Classic Indie Hip-Hop Mix With "Underground Forever""
  • This looks like a proper return to the old skool. I think I’m in on this, gotta love the old breaks in those days and the beats are fresher than anything we hear today. Nice…

  • Trav says:

    That’s getting bought right now.

  • OneBeerDrunk says:

    I’m grabbing this!
    Those were the great hazy days of major innovationS in Hip-Hop (sigh).

    I blame it hearing on ‘High Drama’ and Shawn J Period’s ‘Simplicity’, after that I was regularly dodging my landlord…the rent was spent on a truckload of vinyl or CDs!

    The mainstream’s overdone musical gimmicks and contrived artist image(take a look around today and see MCs mugging for camera/still dressed like it’s 1996/reciting formulaic /A-B-C simple lyrics) makes me wanna break something.

    Indy tracks in the late 90’s / early 2000’s didn’t need a video – they simply needed to be dope.

    I hope we’re re-entering a time like that again, hopefully even better and longer…

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