Classics / Canon edition of the DiS Hip-Hop Listening Club


He became a teacher in the Bronx. It’s worth having a look at that Adult Rappers documentary - he has a little interview on that and has a couple of anecdotes about students telling him they rap, and him dropping his verse from Trouble Man.

(I think it was on that doc, anyway).


That Juggaknots album would be a great pick for this thread in its own


I absolutely love this thread and I’m looking forward to a relaunch of it. I know I never got round to contributing previously but I have been listening to all the albums and discovered some great stuff in the process.

I will do my best to take part but I’m not an expert!


No need to be an expert man, everyone’s welcome to come post a hip hop record they love or share their thoughts on other people’s picks


You can send me a private message of an album (or two or three and i can help you pick) you have in mind and we can start 2019 off with yours if want?


love the back and forth of ‘the other line’… “you got abducted on some x files shit from up above? whatever the fuck”, guitar line is lush too and that drum breakdown.

‘pain’ sounds so new York, scene setter



Slight tangent, but this interview with Breeze Brewin is excellent.