GrandMixer DXT is arguably the first DJ turntablist. He was mentored by Kool Herc and is featured on Herbie Hancock’s groundbreaking single “Rockit”.Heand Baby T, one of the very first female MCees, are two Hip Hop pioneers who have a lot of history to share, telling stories about the first parties and Hip Hop performances in the 1970′s & 1980′s.
TheBeeShine.com interviewed both of them together, providing a fascinating glimpse into the adventures of another time, when baby Hip Hop was in its infancy stage. In those days, it was not about a check. It was about rocking the party, being creative and having fun. Of course, there was also a lot of violence that cast a dark shadow over the culture.
Props to the theBeeShine for featuring this on their site. Fudge Pudge is a classic song by Organized Konfusion, featuring the homie O.C. As Bryan from theBeeShine explains,
… the song does not reference or explain the term “fudge pudge” that is mentioned only twice.
MCMI’s PH asked people at the Organized Konfusion reuninon (BB Kings) what “fudge pudge” really means. Some of the answers are hilarious!
Besides asking the 3 artists on the song, PH also asked Chip Fu,Rahzel, Mr. Meccand some others what the mysterious song title means. I believe O.C. was actually telling us the real deal. Monch’s answer is a little graphic.
Click more to check out the video for the song Fudge Pudge.
The group weatherPROOF, one half of which you may know as Bryan from TheBeeshine, just released a free album, Dirty Naturals, with features from Ras Kass, Louis Logic, Foreign Beggars (UK), and more, with stellar production and a 90s influence. If you enjoy the music, spread it around!
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Waitin’ for the video footage to be edited, but in the meantime, check these awesome pics sent to us by Bryan at The Bee Shine, Photo RobÂ and Robert Adam Mayer.Â Good looks, homies. For more pics of everyone that day, visit Mugs.smuggmuggs.comÂ and check out TheBeeShine.com for artist interviews about what inspires them. Shout out to Rock Steady Crew and Crazy Legs, who just turned 46 and is still battling breakers and spreading the art of breakin’ to younger generations.