Combat Jack has Bobbito join in on his show, with special guest, Jean Grae. He writes: “When I met Bobbito back in 1989, when we were both interns at Def Jam, I never imagined dude to be facing such an illustrious career. Basketball, official #Shoemanati, a&r, label owner, author, actor, filmmaker… we talk about the [cont.]
Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Garcia reunited for one evening on February 22nd on WKCR for a “1993 special”, featuring lost freestyle sessions and demo tapes from Akinyele, Das Efx, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, O.C., Big L, McGruff, Masta Ace, Lord Digga, Buckshot, Nas, UMC’s, Hurricane G, Redman, Erick Sermon, Artifacts, Lord Finesse, Souls Of Mischief, and [cont.]
“The Bob from Stretch & Bob” appears on Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg’s Juan Epstein to talk about his new basketball film, Doin’ In The Park.
Bobbito visits Angie Martinez at Hot 97 to speak on his new pick-up basketball film, Doin’ It In The Park.
Roy Ayers Project: Questlove from Roy Ayers Project on Vimeo. Roy Ayers Documentary: Bobbito Garcia from Roy Ayers Project on Vimeo. Both ?uestlove and Bobbito Garcia will appear in The Roy Ayers Project, a forthcoming documentary on the legendary musician, who’s entire catalog was sampled in the 80′s and 90′s.
Longtime Fondle ‘Em homies reunite for this in studio interview to speak on Q’s recent Between Heaven & Hell release on Fat Beats.
Here’s our own rip of Stretch & Bobbito’s WKCR 20th Anniversary show that happened while you were sleeping. 5 hours of raw hip-hop – highlights include Nas “It Ain’t Hard To Tell” original demo, classic freestyles from Big L, Jay-Z, O.D.B., Large Professor, and a ton of “ayo’s”. 256 kbps. Stretch & Bobbito WKCR Reunion [cont.]
Stretch Armstrong tweeted last night that he, Bobbito, and Lord Sear will reunite on the legendary WKCR on Thursday, October 21st, at 1AM EST. Expect a house full of rappers.
Another one from HipHopSite’s massive cassette deck archive, as promised last week. Here, Black Thought, Malik B, Dice Raw, and Rahzel appear on the Stretch Armstrong show in early 1995. Do you want more?!?!!? The Roots On Stretch Armstrong 3-13-95 (MP3)
Brooklyn Bodega, producers of the 6th Annual Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival (BHF) announces the details of their new event “Salute the DJ.” This event is on July 8th as part of the week-long 2010 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival. Salute the DJ honors this invaluable foundation of Hip-Hop with a portion of the night’s proceeds being donated to [cont.]
To Have & To Hold – Taster Tape from Jony Lyle on Vimeo. How about we balance out the WMC posts with a documentary about the love of vinyl? This documentary is still in production, but features interviews with ?uestlove, Bobbito Garcia, Chuck D of Public Enemy, and others.
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