A hot mess in the streets from my main Philly dude Dev79. Believe that he repped in the early octs for the Under the Radar gig back in the day, and dude was hustlin' vinyly from up and down Haight Street like a pimp.
01. Dev79 ft. Bezel "That Philly Raw" 02. Styles P ft. Swizz Beats "Blow Ya Mind (Starkey remix)" 03. Cobra Krames "Philly Pistol Banger" 04. The A’Z "Rocketship (Dev79 Remix)" 05. DJ Freak Nasty ft. Storm & Starr "Get in my Stance (Dev79 re-bass)" 06. Shawty Lo ft. DG Yola vs. Timeblind "Lets Decay It (Dev79 blend)" 07. Hurricane Chris "A Bay Bay (Michael Squid remix)" 08. Trina ft. Killer Mike "Look Back at Me (Dev79 & Darrel Asbury remix)" 09. R. Kelly "Real Talk (MOVES!!! refix)" 10. Lil Jon ft. Fabo & Gucci Mane "I’m a J" (Dev79 remix)" 11. Vicious "The Glock (BD1982 remix)" 12. DJ Assault "Seclusiasis Radio Freestyle (Dev79 remix)" 13. Teddy Pendergrass "Turn Off The Lights (Chrissy Murderbot remix)" 14. Pop It Off Boyz "Crank Dat Batman (Starkey Adam West mix)" 15. El Carnicero ft. Cee Knowledge & Kai Chi "Live from the Butcher Shop" 16. Swizz Beats "Its Me Bitches (Generic Man remix)" 17. Ebony Eyez vs. Ying Yang Twins "Drop Droppin It (Dev79 blend)" 18. Baby Boy Da Prince ft. Mannie Fresh - "Naw Mean (Dev79 remix)" 19. Milano ft. Turf Talk & Mistah FAB - Yes Sir (Dev79 remix)"
YT - England Story Flying Lotus - Dance Floor Stalker Players Association - Hustlin Jet Black Crayon - Lost in the Fog Brandy - Wanna be Down (Norrit Remix) Flairs - Truckers Delight (original) Central Booking - Stunna Shades (remix) Sydney Confirm - Miss TK (No Biters RMX) Sufjan Stevens - Year of the Monkey Czerwone - ?? (Copped from lovefingers) K-os - Sunday Morning General Elekriks - Death of an 80's Limo (feature Beans) Piana - Early in Summer
NEW YORK (AP) -- Wayne Frost, a hip-hop pioneer known as "Frosty Freeze" whose acrobatic performance with the legendary Rock Steady Crew in the 1983 hit movie "Flashdance" set off a worldwide breakdancing craze, died Thursday. He was 44.
Frost died at Mount Sinai Medical Center after a long illness, said Jorge "Fabel" Pabon, a senior vice president of the crew where Frost and other so-called b-boys (for beat or break boys) made their name performing complicated and daring dance routines.
"He was one of most charismatic b-boys that ever lived," said Benson Lee, director of the new documentary film "Planet B-Boy."
Breakdancing emerged from the Bronx and Harlem in the early 1970s, part of the hip-hop culture that also included graffiti, MCing or rapping, and disc jockeys scratching and mixing vinyl records on turntables.