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DJ Cyrus - 'B-Boy Classics Radio Vol. 04' (9/18/2007)
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Date Posted:9/18/2007
Show length:1 Hour
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From the boombox to the thunderbird, Cyrus breaks out the mullet and ice cold Busch Lights for this heavy metal infused episode of B-Boy Classics. If there is one word to describe this show, EPIC. Where else can you turn to find Sabbath and Diana Ross side by side? If you're not up on Cyrus, you are not up on life. Should you download this episode? T-T-Totally Dude!! Cyrus owns aproximately everything you got.

Song ListingComments
1. Brick House Intro
2. One Way - 'Cutie Pie'
3. Diana Ross - 'Upside Down (Cyrus Mix)'
4. Biggie Smalls, Black Sabbath - 'Would You Die For Me (Cyrus Mix)'
5. Lil Jon, Black Sabbath - 'What U Goin Do (Cyrus Mix)'
6. Black Sabbath - 'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath'
7. Led Zeppelin - 'Levy Break/Ezekiel Quote'
8. Aretha Franklyn - 'Rock Steady'
9. James Brown - 'Funky Drummer'
10. NWA - 'Appetite for Destruction'
11. Ice Cube - 'No Vaseline'
12. Zapp - 'Dance Floor'
13. Zapp - 'Do Wa Ditty'
14. Public Enemy - 'Bring the Noise (Cyrus Mix)'
15. Fatback - 'Gotta get My Hands on Some'
16. Esther Williams - 'Last Night Changed It All'
17. Orange Krush - 'Action Break Beat'
18. Queen - 'Another One Bites The Dust'
19. Spyder D - 'Smurphies Dance'
20. Dusty Springfield - 'Say I'm Your Number One'
21. Kraftwerk - 'Trans Euro Express'
22. Mann Parish - 'Hip Hop Be Bop'
23. Tommy Boy Mega Mix
24. Royal Clash - 'Radio Active'
25. Grandmixer Dst. - 'Mega Mix 1'
26. Midnight Star - 'Electricity'
27. Uncle Jam's Break Beat
28. Afrika Bambata & the Soul Sonic Force - 'Planet Rock'
29. Tom Browne - 'Rockin Radio'
30. Garett's Crew - 'Nasty Rock'
31. Uncle Jam's Army, Egyptian Lover - 'Dial A Freak'
32. Egyptian Lover - 'Egypt Egypt'
33. Orbit - 'And The Beat Goes On'
34. Farley Jackmaster Funk - 'The House That Jack Built'
35. Tyree - 'I Fear The Night'
36. First Choice - 'Its Not Over'
37. Farley Jackmaster Funk - 'Livin The Acid Life'
38. Xavier - 'You Used To Hold Me'
39. Fast Eddie - 'Kid Thunder'
40. Boomer & the Nudge - '97.1 Prank Call'
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Average Visitor Rating:
5 Stars(5 Stars)
Total Comments: 40
5 Stars
Name: alonso (Posted: 5/21/2012 1:18:00 PM; Partial IP: 35.235.220)
Location: lima peru
Comment: super chevre
5 Stars
Name: wilhian (Posted: 8/15/2010 10:29:00 AM; Partial IP: .82.18.139)
Location: brasil
Comment: otimo musica
5 Stars
Name: jdm (Posted: 7/24/2009 6:37:00 PM; Partial IP: 165.19.180)
Location: Inland Empire
Comment: dope shit
5 Stars
Name: Taylor Smith (Posted: 3/4/2009 2:33:00 PM; Partial IP: 234.20.222)
Location: Greenwood, SC
Comment: I love this mix takes me back
5 Stars
Name: POLORICAN (Posted: 3/4/2008 10:42:00 AM; Partial IP: 113.14.194)
Location: MIAMI
Comment: doooooope
5 Stars
Name: dj ricky (Posted: 2/8/2008 2:53:00 PM; Partial IP: .57.237.80)
Location: L.A.
Comment: OFF THE MUTHAFUCKIN CHAIN!!!!
5 Stars
Name: highwoodwalker (Posted: 1/28/2008 10:42:00 AM; Partial IP: .13.76.139)
Location: klagetoh, arizona
Comment: my man! yeeeaaaahhhh booooyyyyy!
Name: B-rett (Posted: 11/25/2007 12:41:00 PM)
Location: Detroit
Comment: gets old after 19. But really good up to there.
Name: attack of the flying pope (Posted: 11/24/2007 12:23:00 PM)
Location: Warren, MI, USA
Comment: holy shit man! amazing!
Name: DJ Cyrus (Posted: 11/18/2007 7:12:00 PM)
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Comment: One Love Fam! I just made that move back to Brooklyn, NY and I'm in these streets tryna pull these connections together (old school artists). I'm gettin a lot of love out here, and I can't wait to give it back to y'all. Its real out here, and I'm not a blin bling celebrity, so its taking a little time
Name: "eVoLVe,, (Posted: 11/12/2007 4:24:00 PM)
Location: Vancouver, BC CANADA
Comment: effing epic! me been playin da oldskool for ages, blown away by the mixdown from Cyrus. droppin some classic mashdown sickness!! much love, props... "eVoLVe,,
Name: BoOF (Posted: 10/25/2007 4:59:00 AM)
Location: LONDON! BrrAp!!!
Comment: Downloaded it at work, Rocked it on da way home, at home, in da car, my mate's cars... This shit is bOom! Big Ups Cyrus!!!!
Name: trav' (Posted: 10/17/2007 2:13:00 PM)
Location: ft.defiance, Arizona
Comment: wat up weed man? it's going good w/ tha' beat nor sound of ur album.. so keep it real and keep on Rep'in!
Name: Traestar (Posted: 10/17/2007 1:16:00 PM)
Location: Atlantic City, NJ USA
Comment: All I have to say is, I'm a instant fan Cyrus!!
Name: tony tone (Posted: 10/16/2007 8:55:00 AM)
Location: brooklyn
Comment: hot best I heard in a long time
Name: leroy (Posted: 10/9/2007 5:55:00 AM)
Location: jenkins
Comment: this shit is crucial
Name: DJ Cyrus (Posted: 9/28/2007 8:47:00 PM)
Location: VA
Comment: I got you! You will NOT be disappointed. Thanks again for your patience.
Name: Akim (Posted: 9/28/2007 1:17:00 AM)
Location: Boston, MA
Comment: Hey DJ Cyrus I need one of ea.#1&4(CD) you sold out man.
Name: DJ Cyrus (Posted: 9/21/2007 11:13:00 PM)
Location: VA
Comment: Thank ALL of you for your love, support, and patience. This is where I'm coming from: Hip Hop is a creative expression of one's self. It should never be confined to any 1 genre. Hip Hop is not 'rooted' in any 1 genre. This is street music. And in the street...there's danger. Peace.
Name: DJ un1son (Posted: 9/20/2007 8:12:00 PM)
Location: Denver-CO
Comment: thanks for the download homey
Name: Forecloser (Posted: 9/20/2007 9:05:00 AM)
Location: Chicago
Comment: I love the Rock to old school to rap mesh. Great blends scratches. Cyrus all of your mixes are all around tight and put together well.
Name: Sonja Leveque (Posted: 9/19/2007 9:26:00 PM)
Location: Fredericksburg. VA
Comment: Dj cyrus you are the best keep it up! peace.
Name: Alex (Posted: 9/19/2007 3:50:00 PM)
Location: Bakersfield, Ca
Comment: We need more hip hop like this here in the 661, north of Los ANgeles
Name: Trees (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 9/18/2007 6:49:00 PM)
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Comment: Another great show Cyrus!

Contact Information
DJ Cyrus defines old school. Born in California in 1969 he grew up in the north side of Pasadena. In 1983, before some of today’s hip hop fans were even born, Cyrus began experimenting with cassette decks using the pause button technique, attempting to make mega mixes and emulate the sound he heard on boom boxes around his way. In 1985, Cyrus left California for the midwest (Minneapolis, MN to be exact) and began using turntables for the first time. Under the name L-Rock, he began trading cassettes with other B-Boys and accumulated a stockpile of underground hip hop music from the 80s that would surely fetch thousands of dollars in today’s market. In 1987, Cyrus landed in the east coast scene of Washington, D.C. using the alias Madskills. He began mixing live cassettes with MCs rapping over break beats and traded New York mixed tapes for V103 mixes with a DJ crew called the Numarks. Washington D.C. also introduced Cyrus to Go Go. After leaving DC, Cyrus began moving all around North America picking up tricks, equipment, techniques, musical styles, and observing hip hop in it’s rawest form in cities and corners in Chicago, Jamaica Queens, Fulton Ave, Flatbush, Bed-Stuy, Haiti, the Domincan Republic, Boston, and finally Virginia (where he calls home today). When asked where he got the inspiration for this show, Cyrus had this to say: “I became discouraged with mixed CDs that weren’t ‘mixed’ anymore, I decided to revive the original Hip Hop style of Dee-Jaying and set it on these all talk and no show DJs who achieve fame from lip service. Hip Hop is not dead, we just dropped the ball. Hip Hop is Ghetto Art. Strip Hop is fast money and is not concerned with the production of classic material. Underground Hip Hop is real Hip Hop, and real Hip Hop by nature cannot be suppressed. It is an expression of the human soul which has existed with us throughout the ages. UndergroundHipHop.com is the place where you can engage in Hip Hop in its raw and original form! B-Boy Classics & Battle Mixes is designed specifically for this purpose.” This show is truly a gem, and we encourage everyone to listen to it at least once. You will be hooked. DJ Cyrus is educated from the street level of Hip Hop emerging from the FIRST official generation of Hip Hop Culture.

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