Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The Tees are back!!!

The Long Crisp White Tee's that we knew and loved may be gone, but that doesn't mean that we can't retain some semblance of existence via the internets. For now, we'll stick to our show's founding credo:

"To celebrate the length and crispness of white tee's through the medium of hip-hop music"

However, that doesn't mean other stuff won't pop up from time to time.

For now, here's some stuff to check out:

- Go to my homie's website and purchase some of his pics of the San Diego Wildfires. All proceeds go to the relief fund.

- Support this film and the non-profit it spawned.

- Check out The Full Clip for some fresh Dujeous joints. If you're not up on Dujeous, go here.

- Flip a sample, create a beat, and upload it here (or just check out what other people have done)

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Damn, It's Been a While

This doesn't really signal the return of LCWT's, I'm just too busy these days. But I like this beat that samples Tami Lynn's "One Night of Sin" so I decided to match it up with some acapellas and see what worked.

Lil Wayne - Hustla Music remix

Kanye - All Falls Down remix

Friday, August 3, 2007

Old School Banger of the Week

"...I'm Nestle when it's crunch-time..."

I know, I know, it's been a minute since we updated. We had a station-mandated one-week suspension due to malt liquor shenanigans and then the WMFO studios weren't broadcasting correctly last week. Anyway, fuck it, take your damn Old School Banger and enjoy it.

In honor of Common releasing his new album Finding Forever this week I thought I'd take you back to '94-style Comm Sense with his classic track "Resurrection" off the album of the same name. I enjoyed his new album, but in my not-so-humble opinion Resurrection was Common at his finest. Also, he may look like he just stepped out the pages GQ Magazine nowadays, but back in the day he kept it classic and gully with the black hoodies and skull caps. I bet you '94 Common Sense could beat the shit out of '07 Common....

Common - "Resurrection"


Thursday, July 12, 2007

Old School Banger of the Week

"...it's like that, you know it's like that...."
Quick Old School Banger for y'all this week. We got Nasty Nas in your area....bout to cause mad hysteria. Another classic from QB's finest off one of the top five hip-hop albums of all time, Illmatic.
Nas - "Halftime"

I wanna give a special shout-out to the two fucking Tufts Rent-A-Cops who had nothing better to do Tuesday night than shut down our show on some straight bullshit. I understand that you two bitches got bored of sitting in your cruiser and dyking out all night, but the 40 minute powertrip that you made myself, Mzarecta, and the whole U.S. squad sit through was laughable and pathetic. Get a real fuckin job.



Monday, July 2, 2007

Old School Banger of the Week

"...this is how we chill from '93 til..."

Summer is finally underway. The weather is warm, shorties are wearing the fine summer dresses, and it is time for an Old School Banger to get you in the summer mood. Seeing as the 4th of July festivities are this Wednesday, I thought I'd hit y'all with a classic laid back summer jam to bump at your grillfest or whatever other activities you got going on. Coming straight out of Oakland, and comprising a part of the Oakland supergroup Hieroglyphics, I give you :

Souls of Mischief - " '93 Til Infinity"

Thursday, June 21, 2007

Old School Banger of the Week

" I got you stuck off the realness..."

What up kids, and welcome back to the second edition of LCWT's "Old School Banger of the Week". This week we're going way back in the day to 95' to hit you with a classic grimy 90s East Coast Video. Before Prodigy got old and locked himself in his room to do drugs and stare at candles he was a young 20-year-old up and coming MC from Queensbridge who formed one half of Mobb Deep. While he and Havoc were never really able to match the popularity of their breakthrough album The Infamous with their later releases, this classic record helped define the 90s East Coast sound.

I'm bringin' y'all the video "Shook Ones Pt. II" this week; perhaps one of my favorite songs of all time. The video is classic gully QB style, something they could have actually shot in an alley behind their crib. My personal favorite part of the video is the matching, and seemingly homemade, "Hennesey" jerseys that Prodigy and Havoc are rocking. No disrespect to Havoc, but Prodigy absolutely slays his verse in this song, and steals the show. Enjoy the ride back to 95'.

We apologize for not updating with links to the last couple shows. Our radio website has been giving us some bullshit, but we're working on getting the past couple shows up. Stay locked.

One Hunned.