kramtronix

The Microphone King Donald D* & DJ Chilly-D - Dope Jam / Outlaw kramtronix

May 17, 2010

I agree. I have a copy of this. After years of hearing it over and over on my Red Alert tapes and not knowing who it was, I found out in 1997 when I met Red in Tampa. He told me who made this record, and I immediately started looking for it. After only a few months, I found it in Germany for trade. When I wanna test my bass, I throw this jam on.
Chill66

The Microphone King Donald D* & DJ Chilly-D - Dope Jam / Outlaw as reviewed by Chill66

September 15, 2007
This was the shit back in 87 red alert use to kill outlaw on 98.7 kiss FM in NY those where the days of real hip hop not the bull shit we hear on the radio today. I miss the days of Rakim,KRS 1,Big Daddy Kane,Public Enemy,Run DMC, and so many to mention real hip hop has to come back if only for us 30 plus real hip hop lovers. Don't get me wrong what ever the kids like now is cool for them and i can adapt to change but i personally love old school hip hop
dylaf

The Microphone King Donald D* & DJ Chilly-D - Dope Jam / Outlaw dylaf

September 25, 2015
Lets face it bro, its hard to say without getting dissed by the youth, but 90% 0f current rap is utter garbage. Back then, there was something to say, something to fight for, an explosion of street tension & a lot to get off your chest. Oh, and the rhyming had rhythm- I hear a lot of stuff thats popular now, yeah they can rhyme- but that really is about it if you ask me. The real talents gone, along with the politics & times that gave birth to the whole scene. Plus, sampling breaks was replaced with cold, bleak software drums & fake synths- and stupid pop vocal effects like auto tune. Makes me feel unwell... Like you said though, that was, and still is, our time- can't be bettered.