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Subsoniq Interviews Rakaa/DJ Babu/Black Milk

This week we feature some of Deuce Quattro’s interviews from the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival recorded July 10, 2010. Hear Black Milk, Rakaa and DJ Babu take time out backstage to kick it with DQ. Also be sure to check out our Youtube page (www.youtube.com/subsoniqradio) for extra footage of Smooth B (Nice & Smooth), Dres (of Black Sheep) and more! For more info/pics/videos/interviews from the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival please check our good friends at www.brooklynbodega.com

Included in this week’s show you’ll also hear the Subsoniq crew speak on the recent rumors of Slum Village’s break up, Round 2 in the debate over Reflection Eternal’s newest album “Revolutions per Minute”, and tons of new music from Rakaa, The Roots, Med, Bilal, SV, Damu, Pharoahe Monch, Big Boi, and much more!

DOWNLOAD THE SHOW AT THE LINK BELOW:

http://subsoniqradio.com/podcasts/Subsoniq-7-20-10.mp3

Check the play list after the jump

Subsoniq 7-20-10 (BHHF Interviews)
Rakaa/DJ Babu interview
Rakaa – Delilah > C.T.D.
Dres (of Black Sheep) – Forever Luvlee
Med/Talib Kweli – Classic
Danger Doom/Talib – Old School
Mayer Hawthorne – Just Ain’t Gonna Work Out
Bilal – Free
Slum Village – Lock It Down
Black Milk Interview
Black Milk – Hold It Down > Losing Out (f/Royce Da 5’9)
Damu – Start Here
Mr. Chop – TROY (remix)
Pharoahe Monch – Shine
Reflection Eternal – Ballad Of Black Gold > Strangers (f/Bun B)
Prodigy – Illuminati
Tragedy Khadafi – Illuminati
Ayatollah – The Song Is Over
The Roots – Radio Daze > How I Got Over
Big Boi – For Your Sorrows (f/George Clinton, Too Short)


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3 Responses to Subsoniq Interviews Rakaa/DJ Babu/Black Milk

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Deuce Quattro , Decon. Decon said: Listen to the @subsoniqradio @bkhiphopfest interview feat. @therealrakaa, @djbabuforeal & @black_milk + more: http://bit.ly/cb4cAB […]

  2. asims says:

    Yo just wanted to say I think the exit of Jay Dee had a greater impact on Slum Village than the introduction of Elhzi

  3. KB says:

    no doubt Asims, i think almost all would agree that the loss of Dilla to the SV camp was the one that hurt the most.

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