Smile – Doitall Feat. Mr. Cheeks

Doitall from Lords of the Underground links up with Mr. Cheeks from the Lost Boyz for Smile, the first single from Doitall’s upcoming solo project Mr. Do It & The Adventures of Freddie P coming soon.Smile – Doitall Feat. Mr. Cheeks

FAB 5 – Lefluar Leflah Eshkoshka

FAB 5

 

I can remember countless conversations with Brotha Men back in ’95/’96 where we broke down the best cliks of that time trying to decide who was the top undisputed king of the cliks. See back then, every one was in a clik; you had the BOOT CAMP CLIK, ONYX, FLIPMODE SQUAD, THE FIRM,DEF SQUAD, WU TANG CLAN, LOST BOYZ etc. We spent so many summer afternoons going back and forth about who was the best and why. Ultimately WU TANG had the stamina to shine through but back in ’95 it was definately a toss up. And I have to say for a short time  FAB 5 and the entire BCC (Boot Camp Clik) def was on top mainly because of the charisma HELTAH SKELTAH brought to the group. Ruck & Rock was rippin shit up in ’95/96 and Ruckus a.k.a. Sean Price continues to rip tracks to this day. You already know my man Rev knows all about the BCC so be sure to check his post on the OGC (Originoo Gunn Clappaz) cuz you know Rev always posts proper  http://hulkhatetimetravel.com/2008/10/17/no-fear-ogc/ . Take a listen and enjoy a couple of my favorite tracks from the FAB 5 and HELTAH SKELTAH.

 

Ghetto Jiggy – Lost Boyz

The Lost Boyz dropped their last album LB IV Life back in 1999 although it’s their least known album it still yielded a few hits.  Including We Got That Hot Shit, Only live Once and Ghetto Jiggy

Six months prior to this albums release founding member and possibly the livest hypeman ever Freaky Tah was murdered but is still featured all over the album.  Tah was definitely not your average hypeman, he made each track better by his adlibs with Mr. Cheeks.  Not to mention occasionally getting busy himself with his solo song Problems on the LB’s debut album Legal Drug Money in 96.