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J-Zone - 'Gator$ -N -Fur$: A Monthly Mixshow (August Gator: Zooted)' (8/5/2008)
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Date Posted:8/5/2008
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Welcome back to the land of Gator$-n-Fur$! I took July off to tackle other obstacles life chose to throw at me and let you catch up on past Gator$-n-Fur$ shows you missed, but my co-host Chief Chinchilla just couldn't stay out of trouble. I never did smoke much weed beause a) I was too cheap and b) you never can tell what else is in it these days. Chief didn't get that memo and he's actin' a damn fool (more so than usual) as he's become a temporary drug addict due to some ruthless player hating. If you do drugs, then do so to this soundtrack. If you're a square like me, enjoy one hour of music dedicated to the world of narcotics, for better or worse...and watch the story unfold!

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1. Intro
2. Johnny Cash - 'Cocaine Blues'
3. Cypress Hill - 'I Wanna Get High'
4. Odd Squad - 'Smokin Dat Weed'
5. Krown Rulers - 'That's Not Where It's At'
6. Mob Style - 'The Pipe'
7. Audio Two - 'Get Your Mother Off The Crack'
8. Masters Of Ceremony - 'Cracked Out'
9. Ganksta Nip - 'Smokin Amp'
10. Da Lench Mob (feat. B-Real) - 'Ain't Got No Class (Remix)'
11. Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band - 'High As Apple Pie- Slice 2' (Talk Break)
12. Dealer's Meeting (Skit)
13. Funk Inc. - 'Goodbye, So Long'
14. Da Lench Mob (feat. Ice Cube) - 'All On MY Nut Sac'
15. Lord Finesse - 'A Lesson To Be Taught'
16. NWA - 'Dopeman'
17. Boogie Down Productions - 'Drug Dealer'
18. Royal Flush - 'I Never Made 20'
19. J-Rock - 'Neighborhood Drug Dealer (DJ Premier Remix)'
20. Faze-O - 'Ridin' High'
21. Danger Mouse & Jemini - 'Don't Do Drugs'
22. The Genius - 'Life Of A Drug Dealer'
23. J-Zone - 'Gimme A Hit & Kokaine' (Talk Break)
24. WC & The MAAD Circle - 'Kill A Habit'
25. 2 Black 2 Strong & The MMG - 'Skulls'
26. Chubb Rock - 'I Need Some Blow'
27. Big Daddy Kane, Kid Capri & LL Cool J - 'Heal Yourself' (Edit)
28. Public Enemy - 'Night Of The Living Baseheads'
29. Ice-T - 'I'm Your Pusher'
30. De La Soul - 'My Brother's A Basehead'
31. J-Zone (feat. Joe Clark) - 'The Drug Song'
32. Skyy - 'High' (Talk Break)
33. Street Justice
34. K-Solo - 'Tales From The Crackside'
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4.5 Stars(4.5 Stars)
Total Comments: 34
4 Stars
Name: derrick (Posted: 8/28/2008 7:59:00 PM; Partial IP: 128.100.23)
Location: colombia
Comment: conozco 20 de estos 34 puntos me gusta eso mis amigos no les gusta tanto el rap en ingles a mi me encanta este en especial de norteamerica, quisiera felicitarlos porel programaĦĦĦĦĦ.lench mob old school they are real shit. thanks
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Name: cameocutz (Posted: 8/6/2008 3:09:00 PM; Partial IP: .58.20.147)
Location: ithaca ny
Comment: thanku! been lookin 4 aint got no class remix 4 years! keep slayin'em!

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Before I made records that pissed you off and blew out your speakers, I walked around with a hi-top fade and a walkman that I never took off, even in school. After a short summer internship at Power Play Studios in Queens (where I watched Large Professor work on albums for Akinyele and Roxanne Shante) and listening to the sounds of producers like 45 King, Bomb Squad, DJ Pooh, DJ Muggs, Ultramagnetic, DJ Premier, Dr. Dre, Mr. Mixx and Pete Rock, I was convinced I wanted to make beats...and a career in rap music .My childhood dream of playing bass in a funk band died after the jheri curl went outta style. I got an SP-1200 and some other equipment and started makin demos in the crib. You could say I've been pretty busy. I'm best known as a producer and all of my albums are self-produced. I've done beats for Biz Markie, Sadat X, Lil Fame (M.O.P.), Akinyele, Tha Alkaholiks, Casual, Apathy, Louis Logic, Prince Po (Organized Konfusion), Vast Aire, RA the Rugged Man, Del, Tame One, MF Grimm, The Juggaknots and many more. I've also collaborated with Da Beatminerz, Large Professor, Pete Rock & Ed OG, DJ Premier, Danger Mouse & Cee-Lo (Gnarls Barkley), Jemini the Gifted One, DJ Miz, Greg Nice, Grand Puba, Vance Wright and Jehst & Harry Love as a rapper, DJ and studio engineer. As a DJ, I like to spin gangsta rap that clears the dancefloor, but I don't care. Too $hort, Poison Clan, Geto Boys and Eazy-E are party records to me. I also play disco, funk, hiphop classics, classic rock or r & b when the crowd behaves. Recently, I've shifted my focus away from rapping, but when I was doing it I didn't freestyle and I was known for vulgar lyrics, brutally honest social commentary and crude subject matter, but always all in fun. I've recently shifted my focus from recording, touring and being J-Zone the artist to do instrumental music, production, DJing and behind the scenes work. Rap is a young man's game and I'm changing as a person, so it's time to move on! I currently live with my Grandmother, Evil E (she's on 3 of my 5 album covers), in Queens, NY. I can usually be found going to the store for her with a pocket full of coupons or at the house watchin Sports Center all day and waitin for somebody with some money to call me. Also hip-hop's biggest basketball fan and recently wrote an article for Bobbito Garcia's Bounce magazine on New York City public high school basketball, as well as freelance writing for Reverse Magazine based in France. I'll bust you up in a game of HORSE when my jumper is on too. And speakin of sports, I recently had some music in a Sprint Commercial for Superbowl XL. I even scored music for a porno (Asian Bang, 2006)! Yeah!!! Loved by few, hated by many...f*ck it! Producer, rapper, DJ, label owner, journalist and wearer of and poster child for fine fur coats. Talk sh*t about me all you want, just make sure you spell my name right!
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