SNAP! Hip Hop Mix
1. Saafir - Light Sleeper
2. The Nonce - Bus Stops
3. Big L - Now or Never
4. Kool Keith - Plastic World
5. De La Soul - Itsoweezee (Hot)
6. Eric B. & Rakim - Keep The Beat
7. Nas - featuring A.Z. - Life’s A Bitch
8. A Tribe Called Quest - Clap Your Hands
9. Ice Cube - You Know How We Do It
10. Outkast - Ova Da Wudz
11. The Alkaholiks - featuring Diamond D - The Next Level
12. The Roots - Push Up Ya Lighter
13. The Pharcyde - Runnin’
14. Souls Of Mischief - Make Your Mind Up
15. Mobb Deep - Survival Of The Fittest
16. De La Soul - Breakadawn
17. Gang Starr - Soliloquy Of Chaos
18. Ol’ Dirty Bastard - Baby C’mon
19. Aceyalone - Mic Check
20. EPMD - So Wat Cha Sayin’
21. Digable Planets - It’s Good To Be Here
Here’s a mix of a few of my favorite classic hip-hop tracks!
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Check out SNAP! 90s Party every 3rd Saturday at LOFI - Seattle, WA
Every last Friday at HOLOCENE - Portland, OR
and now once a month at The MILK BAR in Denver, Colorado!
SNAP! Is a monthly party that happens every last Friday of the month at Holocene in Portland, Oregon and every 3rd Saturday at Lo-Fi in Seattle, Washington! Plus NOW SNAP! is once a month at The Milk Bar in Denver, Colorado!!! This DANCE PARTY is held down by Portland resident DJs Doc Adam, Colin Jones, Freaky Outty and in Seattle Trashy Trash Djs ( Introcut, Same Dna, Ben Meadow, Mad Max, Al Nightlong ) and hosted by Ms Coco B.The vision behind the party is to offer a slice of nostalgia that will bring booty-shaking, head-nodding and memories… of all those awesome middle school dances. SNAP! is proud to have hosted some of the most talented DJs/Producers touring the world currently.
Art by m33gs
An unheard-of new arcade game appeared in several suburbs of Portland, Oregon in 1981, something of a rarity at the time. The game proved to be incredibly popular, to the point of addiction, and lines formed around the machines, often resulting in fighting over who played next. This was followed by clusters of visits from men in black. Rather than the usual marketing data collected by company visitors to arcade machines, they collected some unknown data, allegedly testing responses to the psychoactive machines. The players themselves suffered from a series of unpleasant side effects, including amnesia, insomnia, nightmares, night terrors, and even suicide in some versions of the legend. Some players stopped playing video games, while reportedly one became an antigaming activist. The supposed creator of Polybius is Ed Rotberg, and the company named in the urban legend is Sinneslöschen (what seems to be a slightly incorrect German translation for “sensory-extinguishing”), often named as either a secret government organization or a codename for Atari. The gameplay is said to be similar to Tempest (a shoot ‘em up game using vector graphics), while the game is said to contain subliminal messages which would influence the action of anyone playing it.
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