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DJ Cyrus - 'B-Boy Classics Radio Vol. 06' (3/3/2008)
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Date Posted:3/3/2008
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I had to fire a warning shot on this one. I'm not taking aim at anyone in particular at this point. I will though. I've totally had it with these lazy cats who run their mouths all over good songs and could care less about production or transitions. How dare you! You have prompted a return of the Hip Hop DJ. I will soon be pulling a 50 Cent on all sucker DJs in NYC. I fully intend to start head hunting and burning your name up in future battle mixes. So I advise you to be like Mike. Start calling your mixed CDs ‘Compilations' and be real with your fans. Leave the ‘mixed' CDs to the mixing professionals.

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1. DJ Cyrus - 'BBC 6 Mix Intro'
2. Craig G, Marley Marl - 'Droppin Science'
3. KRS One - 'Jah Rules'
4. KRS One - 'B-Side Accapella (Cyrus Mix)'
5. Jeckle & Hyde - 'AM/PM'
6. Stetsasonic - 'Just Say Stet'
7. Quest Legends - 'BB6 Promo'
8. Eric B. & Rakim - 'Eric B For President'
9. Master P - 'Ghetto D'
10. EPMD - 'So What Ya Sayin'
11. LL Cool J - 'Boomin Systems (Chi-Town Mix)'
12. En Vouge - 'Hold On'
13. Mr. Vegas - 'Under Mi Sensi (Cyrus Blend)'
14. KRS One, BDP - 'The Bridge Is Over'
15. Juice Crew, Shante - 'Juice Crew Allstars'
16. Doug E Fresh, Slick Rick - 'The Show'
17. Nas - 'If I Ruled The World (Cyrus Blend)'
18. Doug E Fresh - 'Get Fresh Doug'
19. Alicia Keys - 'No One (Cyrus Blend)'
20. Amerie - 'What You Gonna Do (Unreleased!)'
21. Cosmic Crew- 'Gonna Rock For You'
22. Craig G, Marley Marl - 'Duck Alert (Red Alert Dis)'
23. DJ Cyrus - 'Hip Hop On Wax Mix Intro'
24. Chuck Chillout - 'Hip Hop On Wax'
25. QL & DJ Cyrus - 'Dialog'
26. Crucial Conflict - '1-900-Off My Square'
27. DJ Cyrus - 'Keep It Movin Mix Intro'
28. Missy Elliot - 'Keep It Movin'
29. Ms Jada, Tweet - 'What Is This Feeling'
30. Wu-Tang, Killa Priest - '4th Chamber'
31. DJ Cyrus - 'BBC 6 Ghetto Mix'
32. Gheto Boyz - 'Balls & My Word'
33. Mystikal - 'I'm A Soldier'
34. Master P, Mystikal - 'Lets Get Em'
35. DJ Cyrus, DJL - 'BBC 6 Drop'
36. X-Clan - 'Verbal Milk'
37. BBC 6 Mix Outro
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4.7 Stars(4.7 Stars)
Total Comments: 37
3 Stars
Name: DJ Country (Posted: 3/4/2009 2:45:00 PM; Partial IP: 234.20.222)
Location: Greenwood
Comment: This mix is kinda of sucky. Vol.4 is better
5 Stars
Name: Chinois (Posted: 11/12/2008 9:37:00 AM; Partial IP: 214.92.228)
Location: Oporto, PORTUGAL
Comment: to know what "I am" I've got to know what "I was".got to find a balance. Thanks.
4 Stars
Name: sp1nl4d3n (Posted: 10/3/2008 10:47:00 PM; Partial IP: .17.195.11)
Location: anytown,usa
Comment: good ish. too many people are brainwashed by corporate radio play to appreciate true hip hop bboy style
5 Stars
Name: fion (Posted: 6/25/2008 1:24:00 AM; Partial IP: 228.111.17)
Location: china
Comment: I was about to download
5 Stars
Name: Traestar (Posted: 6/8/2008 8:32:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: Atlantic City, NJ USA
Comment: Whoa this shit is killin!!
5 Stars
Name: DJ Louie Louie (Posted: 3/26/2008 7:28:00 PM; Partial IP: 54.210.248)
Location: Kansas (Midwest)
Comment: DJ Cyrus, you have become one of my favorite DJs. I like your style and combination of jams from the old school hip-hop, house, freestyle and modern hip-hop to one crazy azz mix. Keep doing your thang. Holla!
5 Stars
Name: jAZZY (Posted: 3/19/2008 11:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 11.143.195)
Location: America
Comment: An Artist on the 1s and 2s no doubt.
5 Stars
Name: POP KILL (Posted: 3/5/2008 3:54:00 PM; Partial IP: 19.240.100)
Location: The Town
Comment: DJ Cyrus Kills it as always..
5 Stars
Name: DENA LOVE (Posted: 3/5/2008 2:56:00 PM; Partial IP: 36.154.104)
Location: PASADENA, CA
5 Stars
Name: Trees (UGHH Staff) (Posted: 3/5/2008 11:36:00 AM; Partial IP: 199.48.175)
Location: Boston, MA, USA
Comment: Yeah - Just because Master P is in the mix, heads act like he's playing a straight out Master P full song - listen to the way it's flipped before you criticize. BIG UPS CYRUS!!!!!
5 Stars
Name: whoMIXEDthis? (Posted: 3/5/2008 8:50:00 AM; Partial IP: 85.229.248)
Location: Jax. FL
Comment: Whats up DJ Cyrus! Every show is always on point with tons of bangers filled with flavor from all parts of the world of music! Keep Doin Ya Thang Thang Homie!
5 Stars
Name: DJ Cyrus (Posted: 3/4/2008 9:39:00 PM; Partial IP: 229.137.65)
Location: Brooklyn NY
Comment: Some of us are unaware that Hip Hop is not confined to East Coast rap. Hip Hop is a culture. It is also a variety of music played in a certain way. But we've been tricked into thinking that Hip Hop is strictly rap and nothing else. Trapped in this mindset, we will never fully appreciate how Hip Hop has created new genres (House, Techno, etc) and has dominated music trends, worldwide. As for me, I come from an era when Hip Hop included Euro Dance, Freestyle, Soul (R&B), Funk, Disco, and Rap. B-Boys rocked to all of this, and this is a B-Boy Classics show. Therefore I cannot sell out to misinformed concepts of Hip Hop in this day and age. Crucial Conflict was produced by Fab 5 Freddy. Get the movie wildstyle and you'll find out who Fab 5 Freddy is. Then you'll understand that CC was created by one of the VERY FIRST people who brought Hip Hop's attention to he masses. Blondie was also considered Hip Hop. New Wave was also sought by Hip Hop DJs to define the unique sound of Hip Hop (alternative & underground). Download the show, and you'll understand why I call it a warning shot. To sum it all up, Hip Hop was created by the DJ long before rap music ever existed. Rap music is just another one of those genres that evolved out of Hip Hop. DJ Cyrus is a HIP HOP DJ, not just a rap music DJ. Whatever I play, even if its Garth Brooks, is going to come off as REAL Hip Hop no doubt. Its not what you play, its how you play it. I proved that when I played Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. Remember: This B-BOY Classics & Battle MIXES. Not 106th and Park or Rap City. I have to give you REAL Hip Hop, not mainstream misinterpretations.
5 Stars
Name: dj ricky (Posted: 3/4/2008 12:35:00 PM; Partial IP: .57.237.80)
Location: L.A.
Comment: polorican,what's up? why you hateing? just becuzzz you don't like his selection,doese not mean it's not good. WHERE IS YOUR STATION? KEEP ROCKIN CYRUS!!!
4 Stars
Name: POLORICAN (Posted: 3/4/2008 10:34:00 AM; Partial IP: 113.14.194)
Location: MIAMI

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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. 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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