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DJ Food Stamp - 'Welfare Radio Vol. 33' (1/8/2010)
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Date Posted:1/8/2010
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Man, with so much effed up in the world right now it's sad that my descriptions of these shows are usually about sports, the sh*tty radio station setup (this is actually that new exclusive topical ish) and the douchebagery displayed in sections of American culture - not anything related to the music itself. This week I figured out that I'd tie it in a bit. First off, it was nice to see the Celtics beat the Magic on Xmas but the next week was sad; this show features the "2009 Rap Up" by Skillz, which I think is one of his most on-point in a minute; then, well, word up to 2K10; and yes, I watched the MTV countdown show in moderate disgust on my DVR (ahaha) after my NYE gig at like 4AM; and man, there is no way I can front on one of the greatest pieces of cultural anthropology in decades: MTV's "Jersey Shore" and the most skilled turntablist I've seen since DJ Craze in DJ Pauly D!!! No wonder UNICO wants it off the air; hip-hop DJs and turntablists should demand the same for different reasons.

For real, this is what DJing has come to? Is the audience that dumbed down that this dude is getting burn, paid, and pie (of the hair version), while some of the dopest DJs out there play for a few drink tickets or have had to quit the game altogether? Man, it was just 10 years ago on MTV that I watched DJ JS-1, Slynke, and Skribble kill it for the 15 minutes before the ball dropped in 2000, live as all hell. Now, Lindsey Lohan and everybody w/ some sort of cultural brand is DJing somewhere or even faking mixing to a pre-fab iPod mix half-naked. I'm perplexed. Welcome to 2K10 suckas...where do you think DJing and music will be in ten more???

Song ListingComments
1. Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane, and Biz Markie - 'Erase Racism'
2. Lord Finesse, Big L, A.G. (of D.I.T.C.) - 'Yes You May' (Remix)
3. Joeski Love - 'Pee Wee Herman'
4. Organized Konfusion (Pharoahe Monch + Prince Po) - 'Somehow, Someway'
5. Common - 'Breaker 1/9'
6. Neek The Exotic feat. Large Professor - 'Rhyme Mania '99'
7. Originoo Gunn Clappaz (O.G.C.) - 'No Fear'
8. Pete Rock and The Lost Boyz - 'The Yearn'
9. Piakhan & BJ - 'Queen City'
10. The Fugees - 'Vocab' (Remix)
11. The Bush Babies feat. Mos Def - 'The Love Song'
12. Keith Murray - 'The Rhyme' (Dilla Mix)
13. Pudgee - 'On The Regular'
14. Mobb Deep - 'Peer Pressure'
15. Big L (of D.I.T.C.) - 'Put It On' (LG Mix)
16. Marley Marl feat. MC Shan - 'He Cuts So Fresh'
17. Nas - 'Halftime'
18. A Tribe Called Quest - 'The Jam'
19. Polyrhythm Addicts (DJ Spinna + Shabaam Sahdeeq + Tiye Phoenix + Mr. Complex) - 'Motion 2000'
20. Capital Tax - 'The Masha'
21. Dr. Dre feat. Devin The Dude - 'Fuck You'
22. E-Rule - 'Listen Up'
23. EDO.G & DJ Spinna - 'Let's Be Realistic'
24. Boogie Down Productions (KRS-One, D-Nice + DJ Scott La Rock) - 'Super Hoe'
25. Masta Ace Inc. - 'INC Ride' (Remix)
26. Illegal - 'We Getz Buzy'
27. Marley Marl feat. Craig G - 'Droppin Science'
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4.9 Stars(4.9 Stars)
Total Comments: 27
5 Stars
Name: lordbefroi (Posted: 3/15/2013 10:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 151.195.47)
Location: Colombia Rda.
Comment: Excelente mezcla me ha gustado...
5 Stars
Name: YellowBoy (Posted: 8/7/2010 6:19:00 PM; Partial IP: .15.236.93)
Location: Bakersfield SUR-CALI
Comment: Its like smoking sum YESCA...
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Name: ST3V3nice (Posted: 1/22/2010 6:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 03.195.162)
Location: RI
Comment: say word!
5 Stars
Name: jack (Posted: 1/19/2010 7:02:00 PM; Partial IP: .221.71.74)
Location: ri
Comment: always with that heatness
4 Stars
Name: hypntik (Posted: 1/17/2010 6:41:00 PM; Partial IP: .21.111.96)
Location: Rock Town, IL
Comment: Good show man. You were also right on point about Dj Fashion Trend (aka dj pauly d) He is a perfect example of everything wrong with dj'ing right now.
5 Stars
Name: jaz (Posted: 1/11/2010 3:56:00 AM; Partial IP: 15.109.178)
Location: o
Comment: 10 yrs youll select your mp3's and your ipod will cut and mix them for u..itll be great..never heard that neek the exotic joint before stamp that ish is ridiculous! big ups
5 Stars
Name: Quest (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 1/10/2010 9:41:00 AM; Partial IP: 60.116.249)
Location: Boston, MA
Comment: One of your better song selections you chose in a long time. Lots of great joints and you KILLED it on the Joeski Love mix - DOPENESS! A must download.
5 Stars
Name: smokey (Posted: 1/10/2010 6:16:00 AM; Partial IP: 106.124.25)
Location: bulgaria vidin
Comment: this is real

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After buying BDP's Criminal Minded in 1987, Food Stamp was hooked. 20-years later he's still an addict. If you can't tell by the name, he's one of those DJ's who doesn't take himself too seriously, but enjoys the hobby. And yes, he has been on, and is applying for, food stamps... everybody has got to eat. You can peep him at your local lounge, club, or dive bar doing one of the craziest things a DJ can do: play music and make drunks dance. Stamp has made more "quality" mix cd's in the last three years than most will in their life, and you can peep them here at

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