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Vintage Interview With DJ PRZM (video)

In this rare interview PRZM talks about how he started DJ’ing and what his 1st record was among some other real cool info. here’s a the official rundown. R.I.P.

From 1999 to 2005 Dj Przm (Christopher Sheffield) a.k.a Mr. Nervous brought Hip-Hop to Columbus,Ohio in it’s Purest Form. This interview was circa 2000-2001 and has been in the acrhives for all this time…. Although he passed away in 2007 he may be gone but He Will Not Be Forgotten… To those who shared awesome times and miss him enjoy and share with anyone you think would appreciate this….

Gunshot – Social Psychotics [Live on The Beat] (video)

Check out this awesome video if Gunshot just tearing it down live on ITV’s “The Beat”, I know nothing about all that but it’s awesome! What could be more awesome your wondering? Youtube comments that what.

I tried ordering a couple of gunshot´╗┐ hoodies off them back in the early 90s. The order form was in one of their CD sleeves. I sent the form off with a cheque to an address in Leytonstone, the area they’re from.They cashed the cheque and never sent anything. Phone number just rang off. Thieves.

Insight and Edan Remind Me That Live HipHop Can Be Good

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Edan is a cool guy I met him once we talked hiphop and ate pizza, then he spun some wild Russian records, I know he DJ’s semi frequently but his live “MC” performances are hard to come by and never mind one where he performs side by side with one someone just as incredible, Insight. Insight is one of those MC, producer, DJ’s that’s just on a whole other level, maybe that’s why him and Edan work so well together? This is some vintage audio, well it’s roughly 10 years old and it’s just a snippit of a live set Insight and Edan did in the UK. This probably around the time Updated Software Ver. 2.5 (which was bundled with a beat program Insight created for you make your own beats) dropped. The two also known as Duplexx show exactly what a live show should sound like performing “Syllables”, using the ever so rare “back and fourth” technique, which is pretty much extinct these days. It’s hard enough to get this right in a studio, never mind during a live set.