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J-Zone - 'Gator$ -N -Fur$: A Monthly Mixshow (November Gator: POLITIC$ AS U$UAL)' (10/31/2007)
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Date Posted:10/31/2007
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Yawn. Another November. More politics in your face. I don't care, its NBA time anyway. Chief Chinchilla and myself have never been ones for politics, but this theme is a timely and necessary follow up and change of pace from the ultra silly October edition of the show (FreaXXXshow). Don't get it wrong though. We're puttin many a politician on the Foreman Grill to fry over the perfect political soundtrack. Guaranteed to be unpleasant to jackasses, elephants and any other party that holds some type of office. Even PETA gets roasted...its only right with the name of the show being what it is. To quote Sams from Lean On Me "Yo Bitch, vote on this!" Oh, Chief Chinchilla wants you to know he will perform lude acts with interns too, and he ain't even a democrat. P.S. Don't post your political views on the myspace page. Any comments not dealing with the show itself will be deleted! Your vote is void in the land of Gator$-n-Fur$. This is ain't no damn democracy!

Song ListingComments
1. Words From Nancy Reagan
2. Paris - 'Bush Killa'
3. Brass Construction - 'Changin'
4. 2 Black 2 Strong & The MMG - 'Burn Baby Burn'
5. Kam - 'Neva Again'
6. Geto Boys - 'Fuck A War'
7. 2 Pac - 'Wordz Of Wisdom'
8. Ice Cube - 'I Wanna Kill Sam'
9. Blowfly - 'The First Black President'
10. TALK BREAK- Earth, Wind & Fire - 'This World Today'
11. Commercial- Tweedy Bird Loc - 'Tweedy For President'
12. Ice Cube - 'A Bird In The Hand'
13. Public Enemy - 'Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos'
14. Big Daddy Kane - 'Calling Mr. Welfare'
15. Willie D - 'Welfare Bitches'
16. Just-Ice - 'Welfare Recipients'
17. Da Lench Mob - 'You & Your Heroes'
18. Gangstarr - 'Conspiracy'
19. Saigon - 'Teach The Babies'
20. Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich - 'Mr. President'
21. Words From Eazy-E
22. James Brown - 'Funky President'
23. Pete Rock & CL Smooth - 'Anger In The Nation'
24. Fred Wesley & The JB's - 'You Can Have Watergate, Just Gimme Some Bucks & I'll Be Straight'
25. TALK BREAK- Marvin Gaye - 'What's Happening Brother'/ Gary Toms Empire - 'This Crazy World'
26. Words From Luke
27. Guns-N-Roses - 'Welcome To The Jungle'
28. Intelligent Hoodlum - 'Arrest The President/Remix (Medley)'
29. 2 Live Crew - 'Banned In The USA'
30. Willie D - 'Fuck Rodney King (aka Rodney K)'
31. TALK BREAK- Roy Ayers Ubiquity - 'Ain't Got Time'
32. KRS One - 'Higher Level'
33. Public Enemy - 'By The Time I Get To Arizona'
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Total Comments: 33
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Name: Ophir (Posted: 5/25/2008 3:41:00 AM; Partial IP: .90.39.105)
Location: Haifa, Israel
Comment: Came onto your show searching for Blowfly's "1st black president". Gotta tell you I really got more than I asked for: X-lent shit, and will listen to you again. Thankz.
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Name: Insight (Posted: 2/6/2008 3:17:00 PM; Partial IP: 41.133.113)
Location: Scotland, Fife
Comment: ExCellent mix of Beats & Rhymes, props to J-Zone and UGHH for the free download! Keepin my peeps entertained with some reflection of views expressed in us. Chillin with the Spliff's burnin' all the way in Scotland! Streets is crazy, too many slaughters. But imma' keep it real and stick without a record deal. Peace ya'll!
Name: DJ Cyrus (Posted: 11/18/2007 8:00:00 PM)
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Comment: @ J-Zone: I ran into this dude on Fulton Ave. the other night, sellin books on the street. I mentioned this website cuz he had some vintage Hip Hop books (subway Art, etc). He mentioned that he heard of this site, and mentioned your name. This dude told me that you have a show that comes on at night, on the weekends. So I'm trying to check for that show, but I forgot what station. Please list the station and time. I'll probably call in and big you up when I hear it. Keep doin your thing in Queens, and I'm rock it from the streets of Brooklyn. The streets is hot right now, too many young brothers gettin shot down for no reason.
Name: kenn G (Posted: 11/14/2007 11:04:00 PM)
Location: chicago il
Comment: Man, keep em coming. I look foward to a fresh new mix and theme every month. Dec should be a Christmas hip-hop theme
Name: gstatty (Posted: 11/7/2007 4:17:00 AM)
Location: eastside dallas
Comment: i gotta say this is refreshing from all the other music out there these days, quite a trip back in time, never heard of blowfly until this mixtape, one of the originators of rap music apparently, good looks j-zone, chief chinchilla, captain backslap or whatever you call yourself these days, nice to see some intelligent stuff from an emcee who usually raps that ignant shit, but even that is dope with your production skills
Name: Oski (Posted: 11/5/2007 7:44:00 PM)
Location: 415, Cali
Comment: The man plays Paris. The Radio Show is on point along with the themes. J-ZONE resurrects entertainment, comedy, drama, killers, hoe-slappers, went to the corner store found what I've been looking for St. ides and good times to rap. Dude is essential. Two fingers up homie. J-zone I want to hear Master Ase Slaughterhouse. Two Fingers UP.
Name: djbigsale (Posted: 11/2/2007 7:35:00 AM)
Location: zagreb croatia
Comment: man I love your's such a rare thing for someone to mix up Good music!!
Name: Fuck Bush (Posted: 10/31/2007 4:53:00 PM)
Comment: Fuck Bush!

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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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